A four-year varsity starter, senior Taylor Clos leaves behind a stellar basketball legacy at Campbell County High School. She wrapped up her varsity career as the all-time leading scorer (girls or boys) in school history with 2,521 career points. Averaging 23 points per game this season, she helped lead the Lady Camels to a fourth straight Kentucky 37th District championship and a 10th Region semifinalist finish. She had numerous big-time scoring games, including vs. Simon Kenton (30 points), Newport (30), Sacred Heart (29), Bullitt East (28), Central (28) and Bishop Brossart (28).
Taylor's numerous honors this year included being a finalist for Miss Kentucky Basketball. She was 10th Region Player of the Year and MVP of the 37th District tournament, plus she is a finalist for Cincinnati.com's Sports Awards' Girls' Basketball Player of the Year.
All-star basketball runs in the family. Twin brother Tanner Clos played men's basketball for the 10th Region champion Camels and also is a 1,000+ career point scorer.
Taylor also played four years of varsity golf for the Lady Camels. Very active in community service, she will play basketball collegiately at Northern Kentucky University. Her favorite athlete is Stephen Curry, favorite entertainer is Adam Sandler, favorite book is Heart of a Husky, favorite movie is My All-American and most-like-to-meet is Maya Moore.