The district opener for the Camels would be an offensive showcase, but it was Simon Kenton who got on the board early and more often. Even with the Camels scoring 35 points, they couldn’t keep up with the Pioneers.
As the first quarter came to a close the Camels were already down 21-0. It wouldn’t be till midway through the second quarter until the Camels scored their first touchdown, but it was quickly matched by the Pioneers, making the score at halftime Simon Kenton 28, Campbell County 7.
The camels offense would come alive in the second half scoring 28 points, but Simon Kenton would keep pace, as they scored 27 of their own.
With tonight’s loss, that drops the Camels to 0-1 in district play. They look to get their first district win next week as they welcome Dixie Heights to CCHS.
Ian is the founder of Camel Pride. He is a 2002 CCHS graduate. He lives with his wife and four children in Grants Lick.
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