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Recent Campbell County High School graduate Cody Kelley will continue his basketball career at a prep school in Florida, next year, in hopes of eventually playing for a Division I program.

The two-time Wyoming Gatorade player of the year will play for the Ganon Baker Elev8 Institute, in Delray Beach, Florida, about an hour north of Miami, and take classes at Lynn University, a nearby Division
Some recent graduates of Campbell County High School turned in some impressive performances over the weekend.

Cody Kelley led the Wyoming All-Stars in two basketball games against Montana, Friday and Saturday, while Austin Fort was named offensive MVP of Saturday’s Shrine Bowl football game.

Kelley scored 22 points to lead the Wyoming all-stars in a 105-103 loss to Montana, on Friday.
The 41st Annual Shrine Bowl is this Saturday afternoon at Natrona County High School Stadium.

The North Roster will be Coached by Gillette football coach Vic Wilkerson. His assistants will include Jason Gill, from Gillette, and Andy Garland, from Upton/Sundance.

The North squad features three players from the 2013 Camels, they include Austin Fort, Billy Williams, and Bryce Lyman. Also
All-star high school basketball players, from Wyoming, will team up, Friday and Saturday, to take on similar teams from Montana.

The Wyoming boys team includes Gillette's Cody Kelley and Seth Moerkerke. The Wyoming girls feature the Camels' Julia Seamans.

Friday's game is in Sheridan; Saturday's contest will be held in Billings, Montana.

Kelley is a finalist for the 2014
The Gillette Boys placed fourth in Class 4a, behind Natrona County, Kelly Walsh, and Rock Springs, who placed first, second, and third.

On Thursday, Dustin Erisman placed first in the Pole Vault, with Walker Newell taking second, and Zach Clark fourth. Harrison Simmons placed fourth in the 3200 meter run.

On Friday, Beau Nutting was fourth in the triple jump.

On Saturday, Seth Moerkerke
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