2015-16 10th Region

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    Our Brossart Mustangs have every right to improve. We have the potential to have 8 seniors on the roster, many of which saw varsity action this past season.

    I have every confidence that Mustang bigman Jackson Crawford will emerge as an all-region performer. Dylan Geiman, Jake Zai, Logan Schultz, and Justin Rolf all saw lots of QP Varsity time. John RIdder, Joey Hickman, and David Kelley were all contributing members of our 16-3 NKAC Division II Conference Champion JV team. Sharpshooter (JR) Bryce Kremer and (JR) post-player Luke Flottman could chip in.

    We'll accept our Number 10 preseason ranking, and build on it as the season progresses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustang View Post
    Our Brossart Mustangs have every right to improve. We have the potential to have 8 seniors on the roster, many of which saw varsity action this past season.

    I have every confidence that Mustang bigman Jackson Crawford will emerge as an all-region performer. Dylan Geiman, Jake Zai, Logan Schultz, and Justin Rolf all saw lots of QP Varsity time. John RIdder, Joey Hickman, and David Kelley were all contributing members of our 16-3 NKAC Division II Conference Champion JV team. Sharpshooter (JR) Bryce Kremer and (JR) post-player Luke Flottman could chip in.

    We'll accept our Number 10 preseason ranking, and build on it as the season progresses.
    Great info as always.

    I look for the 'Stangs to be legit contenders in what should be another wild 10th Region Class "A" field. Augusta, Paris, Bracken, & Brossart...4 pretty good teams, all of which will have a good shot at a title.

    Is the Class "A" in Brooksville this year? Or did I just make that up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    Great info as always.

    I look for the 'Stangs to be legit contenders in what should be another wild 10th Region Class "A" field. Augusta, Paris, Bracken, & Brossart...4 pretty good teams, all of which will have a good shot at a title.

    Is the Class "A" in Brooksville this year? Or did I just make that up?
    You would be correct

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    I think people who are leaving Paris off their rankings are really missing out. Paris has the talent to compete with any team in the region. They just need to add consistency. They are my early pick to win the All "A" region crown, and I expect they will be in the mix for an outright region title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rez View Post
    I think people who are leaving Paris off their rankings are really missing out. Paris has the talent to compete with any team in the region. They just need to add consistency. They are my early pick to win the All "A" region crown, and I expect they will be in the mix for an outright region title.
    Went and saw them twice...Once in Robertson County for the All A, and once during the District Tournament. They could be a sleeper if they are running on all cylinders!

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    I think my Camels have earned the top spot but they have a lot of work to do. A key strength for them has been the bench and they will need some development of non-varsity players. I look for Hegyi and Bertsch to take big steps forward alongside Seniors Wilson and McGovney.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rez View Post
    I think people who are leaving Paris off their rankings are really missing out. Paris has the talent to compete with any team in the region. They just need to add consistency. They are my early pick to win the All "A" region crown, and I expect they will be in the mix for an outright region title.
    Agree with everything you said. Paris returns most of their players from last season, including Garrard who is a legit top 5 player in the region. They could easily do everything you stated above.

    What gives me reservation is the consistency issue you pointed out. Not to mention the last time we saw the Hounds, Scott was pounding them in the region tourney.

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    Never count out Mason, Scott, Montgomery, Campbell, & Clark. Being the largest schools in our region they may have kids moving in we won't know about until the beginning of school this year. I've always contended they have kids walking the halls now that would start on most other teams in our region.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndOneDad View Post
    Never count out Mason, Scott, Montgomery, Campbell, & Clark. Being the largest schools in our region they may have kids moving in we won't know about until the beginning of school this year. I've always contended they have kids walking the halls now that would start on most other teams in our region.
    Largest boys' enrollment, 10th region, 2013-14 school year:

    Clark County 860
    Campbell County 771
    Montgomery County 684
    Scott 510
    Harrison County 477
    Bourbon County 453
    Mason County 429
    Pendleton County 399

    I am always shocked at how infrequently the biggest 10th region schools get to Rupp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcpapa View Post
    Largest boys' enrollment, 10th region, 2013-14 school year:

    Clark County 860
    Campbell County 771
    Montgomery County 684
    Scott 510
    Harrison County 477
    Bourbon County 453
    Mason County 429
    Pendleton County 399

    I am always shocked at how infrequently the biggest 10th region schools get to Rupp.
    In terms of Scott, they may be the 4th largest in the region but they are the 3rd largest in their school district. Competing with Dixie and Simon Kenton for students in Kenton County. Not to mention some kids that live in or around Taylor Mill and Latonia that go to Holy Cross, Holmes, or CovCath.

    Recent history would suggest otherwise about the large school not making it to Rupp often.

    2011 Clark
    2012 Clark
    2013 Montgomery
    2014 Campbell
    2015 Campbell

    The runner ups the last three years have also been one of those 4 largest. 13 Scott, 14 Montgomery, 15 Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndOneDad View Post
    Never count out Mason, Scott, Montgomery, Campbell, & Clark. Being the largest schools in our region they may have kids moving in we won't know about until the beginning of school this year. I've always contended they have kids walking the halls now that would start on most other teams in our region.
    Agree. A great example of this would be Taylor Howard of GRC. Couldn't make the team his 9,10, 11 years, when we had Zollo , Robbie Stenzel and Company. So he played at the Y. His senior year he went out again after that talented group graduated and made the team. He was a huge part of us going back to state in 2011 and was a starter. He could have started at most of the schools all 4 years of his high school career.

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    Top 5 Players in 10th Region 2015-2016

    1. Austin Crawford, Bracken County
    STATS 2014-15 Season: PPG-24.1 RPG-9.7 APG-2.9 SPG-1.6 BPG- 1.0 FG%-47.8 FT%-71.3
    2. Matt Wilson, Campbell County
    Stats 2014-15 Season: PPG-14.6 RPG-11.1 APG-0.8 SPG-1 BPG-2.5 FG%-55.1 FT%-67.7
    3.Pig Williams, Mason County
    4.Jake Ohmer, Scott High
    5. Koebe Garrard, Paris

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    Top 5 Teams in 10th Region 2015-2016
    1. Montgomery County
    2. Campbell County
    3. Scott High
    4. Pendleton County
    5. Mason County

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoachNormanDale View Post
    Top 5 Players in 10th Region 2015-2016

    1. Austin Crawford, Bracken County
    STATS 2014-15 Season: PPG-24.1 RPG-9.7 APG-2.9 SPG-1.6 BPG- 1.0 FG%-47.8 FT%-71.3
    2. Matt Wilson, Campbell County
    Stats 2014-15 Season: PPG-14.6 RPG-11.1 APG-0.8 SPG-1 BPG-2.5 FG%-55.1 FT%-67.7
    3.Pig Williams, Mason County
    4.Jake Ohmer, Scott High
    5. Koebe Garrard, Paris
    I see the stats but Wilson won many games. From what I hear Bracken had a bad season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock land View Post
    I see the stats but Wilson won many games. From what I hear Bracken had a bad season.
    I understand that, this is a PLAYER ranking not a TEAM ranking. Crawford can't help that he doesn't have the supporting staff Wilson has.

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