Until Wednesday morning, Tyler Neary hadn’t shot a basketball in over a month. He was finally back on the court when the Campbell County Recreation Center reopened at 5 a.m. following an extended closure because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

A redshirt freshman for the Gillette College men’s basketball team this past season, Tyler and his brother Jefferson Neary, a senior sharpshooter for Campbell County High School, were among several people to wake up before the sun rose to begin using the Rec Center facilities as soon as they could.

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