Head coach Troy Styer couldn't have asked from much more from his Campbell County Camel in their season opener as they dominated the Norwood Indians on both sides of the ball from beginning to end, picking up a 50-7 win.
Norwood (0-1) had no answers for the Camels and fell behind right out of the gate, trailing 37-0 at the half.
Despite sitting out the fourth quarter and playing without his top receiver Matt Smith (out 4-6 weeks w/broken foot), senior Michael Kremer threw for 179 yards and three touchdowns to lead Campbell County (1-0).
Campbell County is set for another interstate match-up next week as they head to Roger Bacon. The Indians will look to rebound as they host Purcell-Marian.