Campbell County 2015 Schedule

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    Campbell County 2015 Schedule

    08/21/2015 7:00PM East Central
    08/28/2015 7:00PM at Highlands
    09/04/2015 7:00PM NewCath
    09/11/2015 7:30PM at Cooper
    09/18/2015 7:30PM at Ryle
    09/25/2015 7:00PM Western Brown
    10/09/2015 7:00PM at Conner
    10/16/2015 7:00PM at Simon Kenton
    10/23/2015 7:00PM Boone County
    10/30/2015 7:00PM Henry Clay
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    That is a tough schedule for the Camels!

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    Who are they returning this year ? Are they expected to be competitive? this season ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coach1980 View Post
    Who are they returning this year ? Are they expected to be competitive? this season ?
    I think they lost a lot of starters they do return Plessinger.

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    Western Brown should be interesting, if they can follow up on their,9-2 season from last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newarkcatholicfan View Post
    Western Brown should be interesting, if they can follow up on their,9-2 season from last year.
    East Central will be tough also.

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    I agree.

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    Hard to believe that Lickert has been at Campbell 4 years already. Whats more hard to believe is the 24-22 record. Serious question (not bashing) is Lickert the guy for Campbell? or is Campbell just average at football and thats all they are going to be?


    2014 RECORD: 6-5, 1-3 Class 6A, District 6
    COACH: Stephen Lickert (24-22 @ Campbell County, four years, 62-60 overall, 11 years)

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    It's not enrollment, it's not facilities, and I do think Lickert is a good coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by footstomp View Post
    It's not enrollment, it's not facilities, and I do think Lickert is a good coach.
    So what you are saying is that the talent is just not at Campbell Co?

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    The Camels don't have a rich football tradition like some of the other perennial powers in NKY. They've had a handful of nice players here and there but struggled beyond them. I do believe that next year's freshmen class may be the best that the school has seen in a while. Not a ton of size or OL/DL prospects, but a ton of athletes. If they can remain semi-intact through the years, Lickert may have his best class of kids to work with yet. I sure hope he sticks around for us to find out. He will have a true bona fide QB to work with in Helton. Some names to look for are (in no particular order): Spaulding, Starrett, Anderson, Jolly brothers, Singleton, Rector, Southerland and Lawrence.

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    No, I believe the talent is there, I'm not too sure about developing that talent at the lower levels is adaquate. It seems as though by the time some of the kids get to the years where they should be hungry to play, they're burned out. I know that happens in all sports and kids decide to do other things, but it seems to happen at a higher frequency for football here. JMO. Some thought it was coach Stiers and his staff, but I think coach Lickert has meet the same obstacle.

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    I think senior leadership is key. Mainly the number of seniors starting on a team. The really good football players are going to get playing time as a sophomore. It's keeping the kids that may not get much playing time untill later that is the key. Getting kids to buy in and wait their turn. Hard to go into a season with only 8 seniors that can play. Keeping the kids involved is the key.

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