The Campbell County High School basketball team will be hosting two games tonight, Thursday, beginning at 4 p.m.
Both Clinton and Knott County Central High School (Ky.) will be participating in the pre-season scrimmages.
Clinton and Knott County will start things off at 4 p.m., as Campbell County will take on Clinton directly after.
Knott County will play Campbell County following the District 3-AAA rematch of last season’s close games.
According to head coach Matt Housley, the games should be exciting and challenging games for the Cougars.
Knott County has some big talent on their roster, as their upcoming junior has already been a big hit.
The 6-foot-1, 160-pound junior, Camron Justice, has already been offered by the University of Tennessee, University of Alabama-Birmingham and Western Kentucky, according to Housley.
The junior has also visited Butler, Clemson and Wake Forest, according to the Campbell County coach.
With exciting basketball in the making inside John R.W. Brown Gymnasium, Campbell County is looking for a packed gym.
The University of Tennessee coaches are expected to make an appearance to see what Justice has to offer.
Admission for the games are $2.