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March 17, 2014 6:11 PM

Mark Story: For Knott Central star Justice, Sweet Sixteen dream goes way back

Most Kentuckians have vivid memories of the first time they are in Rupp Arena. Knott County Central sharp shooter Camron Justice is an exception. When Raymond Justice Jr. and his wife Beth took their son to Rupp to see the 1997 Kentucky boys high school basketball state tournament, the little boy was one month old.

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