The Lady Camels varsity had a rough shooting night on Friday falling to the Bishop Brossart Mustangs by a final score of 55-40 before a large crowd at CCMS. The loss brings Lady Camels record to 5 wins versus 10 losses on the season and the 40 points put up by the Camels was their lowest point total of the season. The win locked up the number 1 district seed for Bishop Brossart and leaves the Camels to battle Scott for the number 2 seed.
The junior varsity game prior turned out to be a preview of how the varsity game would be as they struggled with an ice cold shooting night also putting up a season low in points in falling to the Mustangs 38-28. The loss evens their record to 3 wins versus 3 losses on the season.
On a positive note the freshman Lady Camels improved their record to 9 wins versus 1 loss on the season by beating the Mustangs 36-20. The Lady Camels were led in scoring by Brittany Fornash and Holly Schwarber who scored 9 point each.
The Lady Camels next game is a Tuesday night triple header at Boone County against a usually tough Rebel team. The freshman tip off at 4:30, JV @ 6:00 and the varsity @ 7:30. They then return home for a JV and varsity matchup Friday against St. Patrick beginning at 6:00.
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