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The Campbell County Lady Cougars’ game against Gibbs last Thursday night at CCHS was really never in question. The Lady Cougars were simply shooting the ball too well.
The Blue Devils came close to taking the lead many times but could not quite close the gap, as Jellico lost on homecoming night to Coalfield in a tough back-and-forth battle, 73-68.
Throughout the Campbell County-Clinton boys basketball game Monday night, it felt like somebody was on a run.
Campbell County started the game with a 10-0 run.
With wins over Powell, Anderson County and Clinton in their last three games, the Lady Cougars now sit at 22-4 overall and 13-1 in the district.
An electric player on the field, Jorden Truth Hammond’s tenure on the Jellico High School football field has come to a close, with a new door opening.
Jellico High School’s Kaleb Dople signed with the University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, Ky., on Feb. 3 at the library in Jellico High School to play football.
Before he began high school, Jellico High School’s Jarrett Elmore had never played football because his mother, Sonya, fearing for his safety, banned him from doing so.
According to Jellico middle school boys head coach Troy Shannon, his team lost in their first contest in the district tournament to White Oak.
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