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Cameron, Howe teams split Tuesday night's twinbill

November 10, 2011

WHATCHA GOING TO DO NOW? — Cameron's Rodie Snell, left, looks to make a pass while being defended by Howe's Stephen Helmandollar, center, as Snell's teammate, Kenny Whitehead moves toward the basket during Tuesday night's game in Cameron. PDN Staff Photo by David Seeley

CAMERON — In the home openers for the Cameron High School basketball teams, they split their two games Tuesday night against Howe.
The Yellowjackets rallied late to down the Lions 61-57, but the Lady Lions were too much for the Lady ’Jackets in a 78-17 victory.

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