The Campbell County Camels held on to beat the Conner Cougars 14-13 on Friday to help solidify their chances of getting into the postseason.
Campbell County (3-4, 2-1) got on the scoreboard first with a pair of touchdown receptions by Corey Cox. The first came on 7-yard pass from quarterback Michael Kremer in the first quarter. The second scoring catch was from eight yards out early in the fourth quarter. Cox finished with 10 catches for 119 yards. Kremer was 15-of-17 and threw for 157 yards total in the win.
Conner (4-4, 1-2) got two late TD passes from quarterback Cy Smith, but had the point-after-conversion fail when the kick went wide left after the second score at the 1:58 mark in the game. Smith wound up with 306 yards passing and 64 yards rushing in the loss.
The Camels host Cooper next week and the Cougars return home as Ryle is set to pay a visit to Hebron.