Coming into the season, Campbell County was the overwhelming favorite to repeat as regional champion and represent the 10th Region at Rupp Arena in late March. Their standing as the best team in the region was challenged at times throughout the season, especially during a stretch of three consecutive losses to start the 2015 calendar year, one of which was a double-digit loss to 10th Region foe Mason County.
Once the Camels got healthy and fully committed themselves on the defensive end, however, they left no doubt as to who the best team in the 10th Region is. Campbell County capped off an impressive local postseason in which their average margin of victory was 27 points per game with a convincing 89-57 win over Scott High School in the 10th Region Championship.
The Camels jumped out to an early 9-0 lead, but Scott cut the lead to 20-18 by the end of the first quarter behind nine early points by sophomore guard Jake Ohmer.
Campbell County dominated the second quarter, however, outscoring the Eagles 24-8 along the way. Much like Campbell Countyís semifinal game against Pendleton County, several Camels starters were saddled with early foul trouble but their reserves checked in and provided an immediate spark.
The Camels built a double-digit lead thanks to an 8-0 run to start the second quarter, extending their lead to 28-18. Sophomore guard Deondre Jackson scored six of his teamís eight points during their run. Scott cut the lead to seven a few possessions later, but that was as close as they would come for the remainder of the game.