The journey has concluded for the Camdenton Lakers.

The journey has concluded for the Camdenton Lakers.

Camdenton, which entered the Class 4 District 10 Tournament at Capital City as the fourth seed amongst six schools, took on the top seed Helias Catholic and an early surge from the Crusaders led to a 70-51 defeat Tuesday night.

“Helias was able to get some turnovers and easy buckets to start the game that allowed them to build an early lead they never relinquished,” Camdenton coach Craig Campbell said. “The gap stayed at about 10 for most of the game with us never being able to get the stop and score we needed to get it below nine in the second half. The boys played hard and fought until the end f the game.”

Camdenton was led by Tony Glynn’s 15 points while Paxton DeLaurent finished with nine and Drake Miller had eight. The Lakers finish the year 5-22 overall.

“Ending the season always leads to reflection and you try to focus on the things you can control and improve moving forward,” Campbell added.

Well, the work towards that mission can now officially begin.