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Campbell County 2007 Football Preview
8/10/2007 - by NKS Editor
Head Coach: Troy Styer (14-8 in 2 Seasons)

Assistant Coaches:
Keith Culp, Jeremiah Sowards, Kip Mason Jr., Adam Nelson, Greg Fangman, Terry Brown, Justin Mason, Justin Fussinger, Doug Miller

Last Year's Record: 8-4 (5-2 District)

Key Returning Starters:
Andy Lay (LT), Brian Sauerbeck (LG/LB), Jimmy Brickler (RG), Ryan Eten (TE/DE), Patrick Thomer (OG/DE), Austin Studer (WR), Andy Franzen (WR), Chris Addie (WR), Grant Rose (RB), Corey Porter (S), Jordan Woodruff (LB), Nathan Kidwell (LB), Cody Owens (LB)

Offensive Outlook
Campbell County will have to look to replace several skill positions, notably QB, WR, RB and TE. There is a lot of talent to choose from to reload as WR's Austin Studer, Andy Franzen, Chris Addie, and Tony Bishop will look to step up to the challenge. Senior, Nathan Kidwell (6-14 for 66 yards last year), will step in as Quarterback this year and run the offense. The strength of the team will be the receivers and the speed of the running game.

Defensive Outlook
The defense has lost many playmakers from last year, but return their top 3 tacklers in Brian Sauerbeck, Jordan Woodruff, and Cody Owens. The team's leader in interceptions, Corey Porter, also returns. Patrick Thomer should be a major contributor on defense this year as he moves to DE. The transfer from Middletown, OH, Ross Risner, should also see time at LB in the Camel's 4-4 defensive scheme. Sophmores Zach Koeninger and Michael Stacey had great spring practices and look to be ready to help out on the varsity level this year.

Overall Outlook
After finishing 8-4 last year with their first playoff victory since 1994, expectations have risen at Campbell County. A tougher non-district schedule, which includes Lexington Tates Creek, Mason County, NewCath, and Dixie, looks to get the Camels ready for postseason play. The new breakdown of their district will make it tough because now five teams are fighting for four playoff spots. Their success is contingent upon players stepping into starting roles, and their contstant battle to develop depth across the lines.
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