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The Jellico Blue Devil football team showcased a prolific quick-strike offense on Friday night against Hancock County that could prove dangerous to opposing defenses this season.
County high school teams got one last dress rehearsal last Friday night during pre-season jamboree action before taking the field for their season openers this week.
The Heritage goalkeeper fumbled a loose ball and Campbell County sophomore striker Drew Leach netted the first goal of the 2016 season for the Lady Cougars on Monday night.
As a volleyball player, Campbell County senior Macey Ogden fulfills a family legacy.
Before a match, the Lady Cougars will all chant together. They’ll chant, “Who’s got my back? I got your back! Who’s got my back? Lady Cougars got my back!”
It’s unlikely Jordan Zecchini could be any clearer about her enthusiasm for volleyball: “Volleyball is literally my life. It’s my favorite thing ever.”
Jellico volleyball player Morgan Bowlin does not have the typical course load of a high school senior. In fact, everything she is taking this semester is college-level.
CCHS Lady Cougars
After graduating four seniors last year, the Campbell County Lady Cougars volleyball team is a youthful team this year.
LaFollette native Macy Caldwell finished seventh overall and first among women in the Big Dam 8.0K Race at Norris Dam on Saturday.
The Campbell County High School boys’ and girls’ golf teams defeated Oak Ridge at Deerfield to begin the season last Thursday.
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