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Lady Indians fall to Campbell County in return to play

Campbell County is having a surprisingly good season, and showed why once more on Tuesday night.

SCORE BY QUARTER
OHS: 7 • 9 • 2 • 4 — 22
CCHS: 14 • 20 • 13 • 8 — 55

INDIVIDUAL STARTS
: 7p, 4r, 3a, 3s
: 4p, 4r
: 3p, 6r
: 2p, 3r
: 2p, 2r
: 2
: 2p, 2r

LAFOLLETTE, Tenn.  |  Everyone knew Campbell County would be good this season, with a boatload of returning talent. Few people probably realized just how good the Cougars would be. And as the regular season resumed Tuesday (Jan. 2), Campbell County showed once more just how good they are, defeating Oneida 55-22.

The Cougars grabbed the lead early and never let up, using a stifling defense to force Oneida into 23 turnovers and limit the lady Indians to just 25% shooting.

Campbell County, meanwhile, had a +13 turnover margin and shot 49% from the field. Jayden Kitts recorded five steals and Lacey Pemberton scored 10 points to pace the Cougars on either end of the floor.

Oneida never led, as Campbell County jumped out to a seven-point lead in the first quarter, then took control of the game in the second quarter. It was a 34-16 game at halftime, and Campbell County continued to widen the lead by limiting the Lady Indians to a single field goal in the third quarter.

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SCORE BY QUARTER
OHS: 7 • 9 • 2 • 4 — 22
CCHS: 14 • 20 • 13 • 8 — 55

INDIVIDUAL STARTS
: 7p, 4r, 3a, 3s
: 4p, 4r
: 3p, 6r
: 2p, 3r
: 2p, 2r
: 2
: 2p, 2r

LAFOLLETTE, Tenn.  |  Everyone knew Campbell County would be good this season, with a boatload of returning talent. Few people probably realized just how good the Cougars would be. And as the regular season resumed Tuesday (Jan. 2), Campbell County showed once more just how good they are, defeating Oneida 55-22.

The Cougars grabbed the lead early and never let up, using a stifling defense to force Oneida into 23 turnovers and limit the lady Indians to just 25% shooting.

Campbell County, meanwhile, had a +13 turnover margin and shot 49% from the field. Jayden Kitts recorded five steals and Lacey Pemberton scored 10 points to pace the Cougars on either end of the floor.

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Oneida never led, as Campbell County jumped out to a seven-point lead in the first quarter, then took control of the game in the second quarter. It was a 34-16 game at halftime, and Campbell County continued to widen the lead by limiting the Lady Indians to a single field goal in the third quarter.

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