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    Campbell County 70 George Rogers Clark 44

    Final from Alexandria. Congrats to the Lady Camels on a great win!
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    Yikes! Congrats Camels - sounds like you're the real deal.

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    Campbell County 70, Clark County 44
    Clark (2-2) - Gray 1 2 4, Ja. Flowers 6 1 15, Bell 2 0 4, Igo 1 0 2, Wilson 0 2 2, T. Flowers 1 0 2, Dehanan 2 1 5, Harrison 3 3 10. Totals: 16 9 44.
    Campbell (4-0) - Koeninger 1 0 2, Clos 10 4 26, Schwarber 4 1 9, Miller 1 0 3 , Seckman 3 0 9, Turner 0 3 3, Holbrook 1 2 5, Stapleton 3 6 13. Totals: 23 16 70.
    Halftime: Cam 40-20. 3-pointers: Cam 8 (Seckman 3, Clos 2, Miller, Holbrook, Stapleton); Cl 3 (J. Flowers 2, Harrison).

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    Lady Camels hittting on all cylinders. Smothering defense, good outside shooting. Great overall team performance

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    LOL Sounds like Campbell is really struggling with team chemistry and suffering from the absence of the couple of kids that quit the team!

    Appears that GRC is certainly a No-Go without Igo!

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    Igo played virtually the whole game. Looked 100%. GRC could not keep up with Campbell County.

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    Two hard working girls will always be missed. They were in the student body cheering their friends on.

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    From what I understand, hard work is part of the reason they decided not to play. That being said, good for them to cheer on the team. It seems like it has worked out for everyone.

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    First, congrats to CC on the win.
    I know virtually kid on both teams. This was Igo’s first game this season, she is not close to 100% yet. As she get healthier and gets a couple of games under her belt, the Cards will improve.
    As to the two, young women who quit at CC, I can promise you avoiding hard-work was not a factor in their decision. They are great kids who have never shied away from work or competition. Showing up and cheering for their school is indicative of their character and upbringing.
    These are still the 2 best teams in the region and the region title will be decided better these 2 plus Mason and Scott barring injuries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakeandabby View Post
    First, congrats to CC on the win.
    I know virtually kid on both teams. This was Igo’s first game this season, she is not close to 100% yet. As she get healthier and gets a couple of games under her belt, the Cards will improve.
    As to the two, young women who quit at CC, I can promise you avoiding hard-work was not a factor in their decision. They are great kids who have never shied away from work or competition. Showing up and cheering for their school is indicative of their character and upbringing.
    These are still the 2 best teams in the region and the region title will be decided better these 2 plus Mason and Scott barring injuries.
    If she was not 100% why would she play this early in the year? Again, from my perspective she was moving and cutting like nothing was wrong. If she wasn't fully ready to go, why would she rush back for an early December game?
    As for the former players, if you say so. Again, kudos to them for supporting their former team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueto View Post
    If she was not 100% why would she play this early in the year? Again, from my perspective she was moving and cutting like nothing was wrong. If she wasn't fully ready to go, why would she rush back for an early December game?
    As for the former players, if you say so. Again, kudos to them for supporting their former team.
    Believe me I know the GRC team very well and Igo is not 100%. That takes time but you work your way back in. She didn't score till 3rd Q. Bar any more injuries, You will see a different Igo playing come post season when she is 100%.

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    Igo seemed to move very well but seemed rusty.

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    I agree. Igo looked like she had no problems cutting and moving side to side and the ankle appeared to not slow her down however she did look alittle rusty on the shooting side of things.

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    I agree, Igo was sprinting, making cuts and was moving well laterally. Her lack of aggression on offense was bizarre. It's kind of hard to judge her shooting when she only took two shots. Thanks in part to the defense of Schwarber.

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    Is it ok to say who the to young ladies that quit and their reasoning?

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