2nd Region Week 7 Review
Week Seven Review:
Madisonville has everyone else looking up at them so they have a target on their back. It would still be quite an upset for anyone in the region to defeat them this year, however some teams are starting to make moves. University Heights has looked much better and Henderson County has played teams tough. Webster County continues to win and looks to be the Maroons toughest opponent. Here are the week 7 rankings:
1. Madisonville North Hopkins – BGP #8
Season record: 15-3
The Maroons get their fourth win in a row by defeating Henderson County 56-48. While the game was much closer than most expected, Madisonville comes away with a good victory in a tough place to play. They will play Lyon County, Dawson Springs, and Hopkins County Central this week. Lyon will give them the most difficult game, but all three should be easy wins.
2. Webster County
Season Record: 16-2
Webster County was able to win all three games they played this week. They easily defeated Apollo and Evansville Christian, and pulled out a very tough game at home against Hopkinsville 68-64. They will play McLean County and Union County this week.
3. University Heights
The Blazers continue to try turn their season around as they have now won 5 straight including 3 wins in the 2nd region All A Classic by defeating Crittenden County, Lyon County, and Caldwell County. They will advance to the State All A Classic for the 5th straight year.
4. Lyon County
Season Record: 10-7
The Lyons easily defeated Dawson Springs in the 2nd region All A Classic, however they were pounded by University Heights 78-58. They will play Madisonville-North Hopkins and Ballard Memorial this week.
5. Henderson County
Season Record: 10-9
Henderson split their two games this week losing to Madisonville-North Hopkins in a closer than expected game. They were able to defeat Union County 62-56. They now will play two teams from Indiana this week.
6. Christian County
Season Record: 6-11
Christian County have now lost 4 of 5 games after losing to both McCracken County and South Warren, both away games. Things do not get easier for the Colonels as they play Hopkinsville at home and go to Bowling Green.
Season Record: 8-12
Hopkinsville finally was able to snap their 6 game losing streak by defeating South Warren 70-74. They will try and keep that up with games against Fort Campbell and Christian County this week.
8. Union County
Season Record: 6-9
Union County lost their only game this week to Henderson County 62-56. This is the Braves 5th loss in a row. They have a good chance to reverse the slide when they play Hopkins County Central.
9. Crittenden County
Season Record: 7-9
Crittenden lost their only game to University Heights in the All A Classic. It wasn’t close at all as they went down 72-31. They will play Hardin County (IL), Fort Campbell, and Paducah Tilghman this weke.
10. Caldwell County
Season Record: 8-9
The Tigers had a good week easily winning their first two games in the All A Classic, and falling in a close game to University Heights 69-61. They look to continue their success as they play Trigg County and McLean County.
11. Trigg County
Season Record: 9-9
The Wildcats defeated Evansville Christian (IN) and Community Christian while losing to Hopkins County Central. They play Caldwell County, Dawson Springs, and Union County this week.
12. Dawson Springs
Season Record: 5-10
The Panthers lost by 24 points to Lyon County in the All A Classic in their only game this week. They play Madisonville-North Hopkins, Trigg County, and Frederick Fraize this week.
13. Fort Campbell
Season Record: 6-10
Fort Campbell lost their only game this week which was in the All A Classic to Caldwell County 77-39. They play Hopkinsville and Crittenden County this week.
14. Hopkins County Central
Season Record: 3-12
Hopkins County Central won both their games this week and have their first winning streak of the year. They defeated Livingston Central and Trigg County. They will play Union County and Madisonville this week.
15. Livingston Central
Season Record: 0-18
The Cardinals losing streak stands at 18 games after losing to both Caldwell County and Hopkins County Central. They play Christian Fellowship this week hoping to snap this losing streak.