October 3, 2014
What many thought was going to be a premiere game in Northern Kentucky football turned out to be anything but that.
The halftime score looked very promising, as the camels were only down by three, 7-10. The camels even received the ball first in the second half, and was putting together a very promising drive. But a fumble on a run was the start of it all. Simon Kenton would capitalize with a touchdown.
That was the beginning of a very successful, for Simon Kenton, and lengthy, for camel fans, 3rd quarter. As the quarter closed out Simon Kenton had put 21 additional points on the board making the score 7-31.
Simon Kenton would add 14 more points in the fourth quarter.
There was a bright spot for the camels late in the game as the camels scored a touchdown in the final minute.
With the loss the camels overall record is 4-2, and their district record is 0-1.
The camels look to rebound next week at Dixie Heights.
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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