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As much as the team has changed, losing four everyday players from last season, it takes a back seat to just how much the venue has changed for the Campbell County High School softball team.
Last year, Jellico’s Hannah Kennedy saw some time as pitcher, but this year, she seems refocused on the position.
Several Jellico upperclassmen athletes who were not on the baseball diamond at the start of last season were in uniform for the Press’ picture day earlier this week.
The Campbell County boys’ soccer team won big, 7-1, over Union County in a scrimmage Monday night at Snodderly Park near LaFollette Elementary.
For seniors Carla Beams, Jessica Stanley and Ashley Whited, last Friday night’s regional tournament loss to Hardin Valley was their last game in a Lady Cougar uniform.
Signups for county Dixie Youth baseball and softball run through March 5.
Jerry Foust, Campbell County youth baseball president, said it is for ages 3 through 13.
DECATUR — Jellico’s strong tournament play continued, but Meigs County wound up on top, 90-80, at Meigs County High School in a regional tournament opener last Saturday.
Sometimes beginnings and endings have a sad symmetry to them.
Back in the summer, before the season started, the Lady Cougars played Hardin Valley closely.
OLIVER SPRINGS — A lot was on the line for the Blue Devil boys basketball squad against a team that had beaten them twice this year — Oliver Springs.
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