The Simon Kenton Pioneers locked up the No. 2 seed in the upcoming playoffs with a dominating 50-12 win over the Campbell County Camels in district action on Friday night in Northern Kentucky.
Simon Kenton (7-2, 4-1) scored 36 unanswered points to start the contest and led by five scores at the half. Quarterback Chad Lawrence continued his stellar senior campaign by throwing for 263 yards and two scores and running for another. The defense was equally impressive, coming up with five sacks by providing constant pressure throughout the evening.
Campbell County (4-5, 3-2) quarterback Michael Kremer threw for a pair of late touchdowns, but was intercepted four times on the night.
The Pioneers' victory ensured them a home playoff game versus Tates Creek when the postseason begins in two weeks and also means that the Camels will play on the road at George Rogers Clark.
Simon Kenton concludes it regular season next Friday as Scott pays a visit to Independence. Elsewhere, Campbell County is set to host Clark County.