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    Quote Originally Posted by camelman View Post
    Shout-out to the NKY Force for making it to the title game, where they were way overmatched but still had a good tourney run to make it that far. They beat the NKY Royals and Dontai Allen along the way.
    Im curious why Allen isnt playing on an eybl team?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qryche11 View Post
    Im curious why Allen isnt playing on an eybl team?
    Who coaches the Royals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by white10 View Post
    Was their any good teams or players in 15 and 16 under teams? Heard a few 15 under teams played up in 16 under ?
    Dalton Bruner, guard from West Jessamine, had a couple 30+ games for NKY Force on their run to the finals. Saw some of their game vs Charlotte Court at Sayre before I had to leave and the young man was very fun to watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qryche11 View Post
    Im curious why Allen isnt playing on an eybl team?
    The EYBL is all 17u teams playing in the Nike league. He's good but not sure how he would fair playing up two levels. He has played 16u on the Adidas circuit with Hoop Dreams and seen some success.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MorganRaider View Post
    Dalton Bruner, guard from West Jessamine, had a couple 30+ games for NKY Force on their run to the finals. Saw some of their game vs Charlotte Court at Sayre before I had to leave and the young man was very fun to watch.

    Thanks, I heard they well some nice young players playing this past weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by MorganRaider View Post
    Dalton Bruner, guard from West Jessamine, had a couple 30+ games for NKY Force on their run to the finals. Saw some of their game vs Charlotte Court at Sayre before I had to leave and the young man was very fun to watch.
    Kid can definitely play. When the Royals did a decent job of containing him, Drew Wilson stepped up and carried the Force. The two of them, with Vince Rankin, make the Force a legit squad IMO. I imagine it was tough coming back to face the Travelers in the finals after the 98-96 OT game with the Royals.

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    Just watched Bruner's Hudl video and he is legit, range for days.

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    Top players sunday in State 15U AAU Per Ron Harrison

    9th Grade Division



    NKY Squad 71 Bearcats 42 Kameron Pardee and Garrett Jones led NKY Squad with 17 and 14 points respectively. Aston Major led the Bearcats with 11 points.



    Louisville Rising Stars 75 WKY Elite 62 (Quarterfinal) Stan Turner and David Johnson led the victors with 20 and 19 points respectively. Jayden Scrubbs and Kolton Rice added 16 and 12 points respectively. Trevor Dennis and Jamale Barber led WKY Elite with 16 and 15 points respectively.



    Kentucky Royals 62 NKY Squad 60 (Quarterfinal) DontaieAllen and Watts led the Royals with 17 and 13 points respectively. Deontae Miles and Grant Grubbs led NKY Squad with 21 and 20 points respectively.



    NKY Force 98 Kentucky Royals 96 (Semifinal) Vince Rankin led NKY Force with 27 points. Dalton Bruner, Drew Wilson, Yallen Woods, and Noah Wirth added 21, 19, 15, and 11 points respectively. Dontaie Allen led Kentucky Royals with 24 points. Spence Macke, Ty Houston, and TJ Deere added 18, 16, and 12 points respectively.



    KY Travelers 69 Louisville Rising Stars 61 (Semifinal) Keaston Brown led KY Travelers with 21 points including four three point baskets. Ramon Jackson and Jaylen Burbage added 14 and 12 points respectively.



    KY Travelers 77 NKY Force 45 (Championship) Keaston Brown led KY Travelers with 23 points including several three point baskets. Cory Gerton added 11 points. Vince Rankin and Drew Wilson led NKY Force with 12 and 11 points respectively

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    10th Grade Division



    Team Vision – 2019 74 PAL Heat 72 – Chase Sanders led Team Vision – 2019 with 37 points including seven three point baskets. Jacob Rice added 18 points. Cameron King led PAL Heat with 17 points including four three point baskets. Devontae Hayes, Darryl Bell, and Jaquisa Gray added 13, 11, and 10 points respectively.



    Louisville Lightning 60 Team Vision – 2019 57 (Quarterfinal) – Wyatt Battaile and Isaac Caudill led Louisville Lightning with 17 and 12 points respectively. Jacob Rice, Brody Barton, and Chase Sanders led Team Vision – 2019 with 14, 13, and 12 points respectively.



    Louisville Lightning 71 HLB 58 (Semifinal) – Wyatt Battaile and Thomas led Louisville Lightning with 22 and 10 points respectively. Howard and Allison led HLB with nine and seven points respectively.



    WKY Elite 74 Louisville Lightning 73 (Championship) – Jamus Key led WKY Elite in a classic battle with 20 points. Terez Traynor, Skyelar Potter, and Ty Mink added 13, 12, and 11 points respectively. Wyatt Battaile led Louisville Lightning with 18 points. Wales, Thomas, Washington, and Young added 15, 14, 10, and 10 points respectively.

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    My name is Ron Harrison and I posted a blog on my website about this tournament. Unfortunately I could only attend Sunday and I was at the KBA all day so I missed the game at the other venues. I apologize for any misspellings of names as I was trying to decipher names on the scoresheets that were available. Some of the games above were very entertaining and there were some impressive players in all three divisions. Wish I could have seen more of the games.

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    Ron you always do a great job with the State AAU games. You really have a nice handle on the best state girls programs and players!

    Thanks for the information!!

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