By TOMMY BRYAN
Maybe its appropriate that longtime rival Gallatin will provide the opposition tonight as Lebanon High turns the page on another legendary athletic venue.
Tonights Lebanon - Gallatin District 9AAA doubleheader marks the final regular season games at Campbell Brandon Gym / Hester Gibbs Court after some 57 years of service to local student-athletes.
The girls game will tip at 6:30 p.m. and another near capacity crowd is expected as all former players, cheerleaders, managers and coaches will be admitted free of charge and will be recognized on the court.
Coach Jim McDowells Blue Devils are hoping to follow up Tuesday nights stirring performance against Station Camp -- a 65-44 victory over the favored Bison.
LHS improved to 9-14 overall and 4-7 in District 9AAA while Station Camp slid to 14-9 / 6-5.
Post man Cameron High led all scorers with 26 while Zimmer Hunn scored 16 -- and drilled four 3-pointers. Cody Yarbrough had seven points while Julian Crutchfield and Jamel Officer each had six.
The Devilettes are still reeling in the wake of last weeks season-ending knee injury to junior Julia Fox. The talented guard tore an ACL in the early going of the Wilson Central game back on Jan. 27 is scheduled to have reconstructive surgery later this month.
Coach Larry Inmans team slid to 12-12 overall and 5-6 in District 9AAA after Tuesday nights 56-38 home loss to Station Camp.
Kelsey Yarbrough had 17 to lead LHS while Kristen Dedman finished with nine.