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Week Two Review:

Madisonville has continued its dominance and remains a top the rankings. Webster has shown even more why it’s the second best team in the region. Christian County is starting to separate itself from the others, while a host of mid tier teams battle it out for the 4-10 spots. Caldwell County has fallen off the face of the earth and still winless, and Fort Campbell and Lyon County continue to surprise. Here are week two’s rankings for region 2:

1. Madisonville North Hopkins – BGP #6
Season record: 4-0

The Maroons continued to beat up on their opponents in their only game this week. The Maroons defeated Christian County 77-54 led by 22 points from Deljuan Johnson. Zach Tow added 14 points showing the talent that surrounds White and Casey on the team. Hopkins County Central is a warm up game before opening round of the King of the Bluegrass against Clay County.

2. Webster County
Season Record: 5-0

Webster County continues their impressive start by winning both games this week against Dawson Springs and Evansville Day (IN). Both games were won by more than 24 points. They hope to continue their hot start as they host their next 4 games against Livingston Central, Daviess County, Hopkinsville, and Nelson County.

3. Christian County
Season Record: 3-3

Christian County is showing improvement each game as they did lose to Madisonville-North Hopkins before good wins against Hopkinsville by 10 and them an undefeated Simon Kenton team by 5. They will play Owensboro and Bowling Green, two tough opponents, next.

4. Henderson County
Season Record: 3-2

The Colonels split their games this week against Apollo and Warren Central. They defeated Apollo by 2 points 60-58 in a close game, however they were clearly outmatched in their game against Warren Central, losing 78-41. They will try to pick things back up in games against Paducah Tilghman and North Bullitt.

5. Union County

Season Record: 4-1

Union continues to play well after their opening season loss to Owensboro. They defeated University Heights in overtime 80-72, Bracken County 83-78, and Fleming County 66-41. Kate Gaither leads the way averaging 21.6 ppg. The Braves will play a tough matchup at Lyon County Monday before hosting Caldwell County on Saturday.

6. Lyon County
Season Record: 4-2

After the Lyons 4 game week in week one where they split their games, they rebounded with two wins in two games this week. They defeated Crittenden County and Carlisle County which sets up a good game against Union County on Monday. They will then play Trigg County the next day before taking a week off.

7. Hopkinsville
Season Record: 3-3

Hopkinsville had a better week, winning two out of three games, however the one loss came to cross town rival Christian County 71-61. The Tigers looked good against Northwest (TN) and Barren County. Nelson County, Webster County, and Daviess County are next up on the schedule.

8. University Heights
Season Record:1-4

The Blazers got the winless monkey off their back in a win at home against Crittenden County 81-58. This followed an overtime loss to Union County. KJ Crump is averaging 24 ppg in the 5 games to start the season. Fort Campbell is up next followed by the Paducah Tilghman Christmas Tournament.

9. Trigg County
Season Record: 3-2
The Wildcats continue a decent start winning two of three games this week. Wins at Fort Campbell and Livingston Central, and a loss against Wolfe County. Lyon County and Hancock County are up next.

10. Dawson Springs
Season Record: 3-3
Another 3 game week for the Panthers, this time going 2-1 to even their season record. Wins against Livingston Central and Hopkins County Central move them up in the rankings. McLean County and Caldwell are next up along with Ballard Memorial. All winnable games it seems.

11. Crittenden County
Season Record: 2-3

Crittenden had a good game against Caldwell, defeating them 65-62 led by Gabe Mott with 19 and Preston Turley with 17. They followed that with two away losses to Lyon County and University Heights. Hardin County (IL), Christian Fellowship, Livingston Central, and Trinity Whitesville are on this week’s busy schedule.

12. Caldwell County
Season Record: 0-5

The Tigers are in a tailspin to start the season losing both games this week and still winless in 5 games. Two close games, a 3 point loss to Crittenden, and a 8 point loss to Muhlenberg. They will try and get out of their funk this week against Todd County Central, Dawson Springs, Russellville, and Union County.

13. Fort Campbell
Season Record: 5-1

Fort Campbell is off to one of their best starts in 20 years. This week they suffered their first loss to Trigg County 59-46, however they defeated Community Christian and Christian Fellowship. University Heights and Mayfield are up next.

14. Hopkins County Central

Season Record: 0-5

The Storm are another one of the region 2 teams trying to get their first win of the season. This week they dropped a close one to Dawson Springs and losing to Muhlenberg big. They play Madisonville-North Hopkins before the Twin Lakes Classic in Clinton County.

15. Livingston Central
Season Record: 0-6

The Cardinals suffered 4 losses in this weeks schedule keeping them winless. The closest game was a 5 point loss to Fort Campbell. Carlisle County, Webster, and Crittenden County are up this week.

Player of the Week

Kale Gaither, Union County
Gaither had 29 points and 10 boards in a big overtime win against University Heights Academy. He also scored 25 points versus Bracken County.