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Gillette WY-- The Gillette Camel football team will hold it's annual scrimmage Friday night, August 22nd at 6. This will be the first time the lights will be on at Camel Stadium. It is a chance for Camel fans to see the Camels for the first time as they move ever closer to the regular season.

The scrimmage is important for many players on the squad due to
The Gillette Camels are expected to name the starting quarterback soon after Friday's annual scrimmage. Head coach Vic Wilkerson says after the scrimmage the depth chart will be much clearer as they head into the regular season. This week will be critical for the two players vying for the job under center.

Senior Cale Miessler and junior Dalton Holst have been in a battle all off
The Gillette Camels are back were back at it yesterday on day three of practice. The intensity level was high during seven on seven drills as the receivers and secondary competed on every snap.

Speaking of competition both quarterbacks in the running for the starting job received plenty of reps. The top two competitors are senior Cale Miessler and junior Dalton Holst. Head coach
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.
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