2013-14 Kentucky High School Basketball Preview - 10th Region

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    Spectacular preview for this year! Great job Randy Parker! (And Gold Sunrise and mcpapa). Thing should be a very interesting year in 10th region basketball.
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    ^ I've always enjoyed Skinner's work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    ^ I've always enjoyed Skinner's work.
    He is a good guy and does his work with a lot of passion!

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    Well done, lil homey, goldie and my favorite rappper mc papa. You guys are a tough act to follow.



    I look forward to following the 10th. I'd love to see Brossart pull it out and make it to Rupp. Them or Augusta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurplePride92 View Post
    Augusta.
    If this happened....I mean, I just can't describe it. For a school as small as Augusta (a little over 100) their crowd was enormous at the 39th District & 10th Region Tournaments last year.

    Bach & company are a fun team to watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    If this happened....I mean, I just can't describe it. For a school as small as Augusta (a little over 100) their crowd was enormous at the 39th District & 10th Region Tournaments last year.

    Bach & company are a fun team to watch.
    Brossart travels extremely well too. I would suggest you show up early to get a good seat on 1/11/14 at noon at NKU Regents hall. First round of the All A.
    The place is guaranteed to be electric. Both had great crowds for their meeting at Nicholas County last year (not an easy place to get to). The crowd was able to witness a 28 point performance by Saunders and a 39 point performace by Bach. Trentman and Burns also combined for 26 in a 78-68 Mustang Victory that sent them to the All A state. This year, the luck of the draw put them in a first round match up. Winner should be odds on favorite to make the trip down state this year.
    As you mentioned in your preview, this is a must watch game!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    If this happened....I mean, I just can't describe it. For a school as small as Augusta (a little over 100) their crowd was enormous at the 39th District & 10th Region Tournaments last year.

    Bach & company are a fun team to watch.
    Would be like Cainyville .... several years ago at state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    I would suggest you show up early to get a good seat on 1/11/14 at noon at NKU Regents hall.
    I'll just plan on staying at your house. Get the oatmeal ready.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    I'll just plan on staying at your house. Get the oatmeal ready.
    Open door policy at the TAC house. You are welcome to stay the weekend! Oatmeal will be provided. Do you bring your own bunny Jammies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    Do you bring your own bunny Jammies?
    Sure do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gold sunrise View Post
    Would be like Cainyville .... several years ago at state.
    Guessing that's before my time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    Guessing that's before my time.
    If more than nine years ago?

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    ^ Six years.

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    Coming in late but after seeing Mason tonight, they need to be #2.

    Those boys can play.

    John Greenhill and Kamryn Caudill can flat out stroke it from outside.

    Dee Johnson and Antwavon Williams provide a nice 1-2 punch at the 1 and 2. Both know their roles and play them well. MC is a legit threat to win the region. I would personally take them over Brossart and Campbell RIGHT NOW.

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