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HARRIMAN — Jellico junior center Carla Beams returned from injury and immediately provided dividends for the Lady Blue Devils Monday morning.
SEVIERVILLE — Brad Honeycutt, Campbell County High School girls head basketball coach, came away from Monday’s game against Creek Wood pleased with his team’s rebound.
It was a back and forth game throughout, but Jellico pulled out the win 67-65 over Oliver Springs in high school basketball action Dec. 16 at Jellico.
When 18-year-old Jellico senior Justin Bowlin broke the state record for assists Friday, it was announced to the home crowd toward the end of the game against Coalfield.
Artificial turf could be in the future for Campbell County High School’s football field.
On a night in which Jellico’s Justin Bowlin made history, the Blue Devils cruised to a 75-62 win over the Coalfield Yellow Jackets at Jellico Friday in the boys game.
Though Jellico’s freshman guard Kendra Smith had a hot hand and was knocking down 3-pointers, the Coalfield high school girls basketball team picked up the 68-34 victory.
The Oliver Springs High School girls basketball team was just too much for Jellico Tuesday night, Dec. 16 at Jellico.
Oliver Springs won 61-25.
Wynn had a difficult night against Powell Valley in middle school basketball play at Wynn Habersham Elementary School Thursday, Dec. 18.
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