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    Campbell County 67 Bishop Brossart 18

    Campbell County 67, Bishop Brossart 18

    Campbell (17-1) - Fleckenstin 0 1 1, Clos 10 4 28, Schwarber 5 0 12, Miller 1 0 2, Jackson 1 0 3, Wells 1 0 2, Holbrook 1 0 3, Stapleton 4 8 16. Totals: 23 13 67.

    Brossart (9-5) - A. Schultz 1 1 3, Kiefer 4 1 9, Fromeyer 0 2 2, Erodendaker 0 2 2, Crowe 0 2 2. Totals: 5 8 18.

    Halftime: CC 61-11. 3-pointers: CC 8 (Clos 4, Schwarber 2, Jackson, Holbrook); B (none).
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    Lady Camels = Lots of firepower

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    61-11 at halftime and it ended 67-18?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PP1 View Post
    61-11 at halftime and it ended 67-18?
    Running clock and only 1 FG in 3rd quarter

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    Does Campbell County have any talent after losing their current crop of talented seniors?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kysport4 View Post
    Does Campbell County have any talent after losing their current crop of talented seniors?
    Eh, it might be a bit dicey next season.

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    Maybe compared to this season, but they will still be one of the top 3 teams in their region. They will return 2 starters and 3 others who are logging significant minutes.

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    The cupboard is not bare, but is definitely unproven. With having Clos and Schwarber on the Varsity team for the past 5 years, many of the other girls will "pass" on their own shots. Only time will tell how far the Lady Camels will drop off after this season.
    With that being said, I am very confident that the Lady Camels will be able to score more than 18 points in every game next year.

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    I think the Lady Camels will have to regroup next year. I don't think they will be anywhere near the caliber of a team as this year but let's face facts this team is a very special team and you don't get the chance to see something this special very often and losing Clos and Schwarber are irreplaceable and now having Stapleton as well but the legacy that these girls are leaving behind to the younger girls will set in and they will step up next year when they are needed to and the Lady Camels of next year will be just fine. I agree with the above that they will be a top 5 team in the region and have the chance to compete for the regional next year.

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    Hope the Camels are strong again next season, although definitely not as strong and this year because there are going to be a lot of teams/coaches that won't forget some of these scores.
    IMO the transfer Stapleton has made them a top 10 team in the state instead being a top 10-20 team in the state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAP View Post
    Hope the Camels are strong again next season, although definitely not as strong and this year because there are going to be a lot of teams/coaches that won't forget some of these scores.
    IMO the transfer Stapleton has made them a top 10 team in the state instead being a top 10-20 team in the state.
    Top 10, heck they're a legit top 5 team and maybe even higher than that! This team is extremely scary!!! They should win the region easy .. with only one team really having a chance to challenge them ... that team being GRC, who Campbell blew away earlier this season!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAP View Post
    Hope the Camels are strong again next season, although definitely not as strong and this year because there are going to be a lot of teams/coaches that won't forget some of these scores.
    IMO the transfer Stapleton has made them a top 10 team in the state instead being a top 10-20 team in the state.
    The Camels returned everyone from a top 20 team last year, they would have been top 10 this year regardless. Stapleton was icing on the cake. Now they are in the conversation for being the best team in the state.
    Campbell has been in the top 20 the past several years. I don't see that changing in the future.
    And, I remember CCHS taking some thumpings back in the day from Notre Dame, Boone County, and NCC. Those teams were not taking it easy on anyone just because they were much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PP1 View Post
    61-11 at halftime and it ended 67-18?
    ... HALFTIME?

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