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Week Six Review:

Webster County lost their first game to a Kentucky team while Hopkins County Central got their first win. Madisonville recovers from their first losing streak of the season. University Heights took control of district 8 with wins against Hopkinsville and Christian County. Sad fact is that region 2 is the weakest it has been in quite some time. Only 4 teams have winning records this season, with only one team having any significant wins outside of the region. Here are the week 6 rankings:

1. Madisonville North Hopkins – BGP #8
Season record: 14-3

After losing big to John Hardin, the Maroons were able to win all 3 games this week, but not without a surprise. Dawson Springs were within 3 points late in the 3rd quarter after the starters were taken out. While the game never was in doubt, it was much closer than it should have been. Madisonville will play Henderson County this week.

2. Webster County
Season Record: 13-2

Webster County was unable to stay undefeated after playing Calloway County in the 2A Sectional Tournament. Tyler Camplin did score 19 in the loss. The Trojans will try and get back on the winning way with games at Apollo and a home game against Hopkinsville.

3. Lyon County
Season Record: 9-6

The Lyons rebounded from their 3 game losing streak to defeat Livingston Central 75-51. They will play Dawson Springs in the 2nd Region All A Classic on Tuesday before Madisonville-North Hopkins next week.

4. University Heights
Season Record:7-8

The Blazers are the team to beat in District 8, normally that means a trip to Rupp is coming, but not this year. UHA has the best record of the 4 teams in District 8 after defeating both Hopkinsville and Christian County. They can reach .500 as they play Crittenden County on Tuesday.

5. Christian County
Season Record: 6-9

Christian County lost big in their only game of the week. University Heights smacked the Colonels in their own gym 77-50. Christian County will try again as they play two tough opponents in McCracken County and South Warren.

6. Henderson County
Season Record: 9-8

Henderson split their two games this week losing to Muhlenberg County but defeated Evansville Harrison (IN). They have an important games against Union County on Friday before hosting Madisonville-North Hopkins on Saturday.

7. Hopkinsville
Season Record: 7-9

Hopkinsville worked their way to a winning record, then lost ground this week losing both games. They lost to University Heights and Greenwood to extend their losing streak to 4. They will look for better results against Northeast (TN) and an interesting matchup at Webster County.

8. Union County
Season Record: 6-8

Union County couldn’t recover from their big losses last week as it followed into this week and a 53-48 loss to Trigg County. An example of how down the 2nd region is. Henderson County will be their next opponent.

9. Crittenden County
Season Record: 7-8

Crittenden lost their only game to Webster County this week 78-70. Preston Turley threw down 29 points, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the region’s 2nd best team. Doesn’t get any easier as they host University Heights this week.

10. Caldwell County
Season Record: 6-8

The Tigers were another team that only played one game this week, and another team that lost that game. Madisonville beat up on Caldwell to the tune of 90-61. They hope for better luck against Livingston Central.

11. Trigg County
Season Record: 7-8

The Wildcats split their games this week, pulling an upset against Union County, 53-48. They lost 62-43 against Calloway County. They will play Evansville Christian next.

12. Dawson Springs
Season Record: 5-9

The Panthers lost both games this week, but came away with a standing ovation after their great effort against BGP #8 Madisonville, losing 90-82. Skyler Clark dropped 30 points in the loss. Lyon County is next up for Dawson Springs.

13. Fort Campbell
Season Record: 6-9

Fort Campbell defeated Pleasant View Christian (TN) and lost to Hopkins County Central. They will play in the All A Classic next.

14. Hopkins County Central
Season Record: 1-12

Hopkins County Central won their first game of the year against Fort Campbell 51-41. Sam Almon scored 19 points in the win.

15. Livingston Central
Season Record: 0-16

The Cardinals losing streak stands at 16 games after losing two more this week to Lyon County and Benton (IL). They play Caldwell County next.