1. Breckenridge County Tigers (18-2) SAME
The Tigers ran their win streak to 14 this past week, going 2-0. Tuesday, Kobe Poole scored 27 to lead Breckenridge past CAL, 74-60. On Friday, they avenged their last defeat by knocking off Meade 78-61. Poole again led the Tigers in scoring with 18. They will face bigger tests this week. On Tueday, they face #2 Owensboro at home before traveling to Ohio County.

2. Owensboro Red Devils (13-7) SAME
Owensboro opened their week with a loss on the road to Madisonville, 78-61, ending their 4 game win streak. They bounced back in big way on Friday, by defeating Evansville Bosse by 12. Bosse is ranked #3 in Indiana class 3A. Darrion Wimsatt led Owensboro with 20 and Amari Wales finished with 16. They finished the week by defeating Mclean County. This week they travel to #1 Breckenridge County before hosting Apollo on Friday.

3. Owensboro Catholic Aces (13-6) SAME
The Aces couldn't overcome a slow start against Lexington Christian on Thursday and were eliminated in the first round of the All-A state tournament on Friday. John Parker scored 21 in the loss. Coach Riley and the Aces continue their difficult schedule on Tuesday, playing host to Madisonville. They return to district play on Friday, as they host Daviess County

4. Ohio County Eagles (12-10) SAME
Ohio County was blown out at the hands of South Warren in their only game this week. They look to get back on track with games at Apollo and at home against Butler and Breckenridge this week.

5. Muhlenberg County Mustangs (11-8) UP 1
Landon Gunterman led the Mustangs to 2 wins this week, ending their 5 game skid. Friday, they defeated Apollo as Gunterman scored 18. Saturday, the Stangs knocked off Hancock County. Gunterman again led the team in scoring. This week they travel to Daviess County before returning home against a 10th district tournament preview, against Mclean County.

6. Butler County Bears (12-7) DOWN 1
The Bears dropped their lone game this week to Edmonson County, 72-65. The district defeat dropped them to 3-3 for the season in 12th district play. This week they host Todd Central before traveling to Ohio County and Hopkins Central.

7. Daviess County Panthers (8-10) UP 2
Saturday, Daviess County knocked off Meade County 59-49. Dakota Walden continued his fantastic season, leading all scorers with 26. The Panthers have 3 games this week, starting at home against Muhlenberg. Friday, they travel to Owensboro Catholic before closing out the week against Barren County

8. Grayson County Cougars (9-13) UP 3
The Cougars bounced back this week, going 2-0. Friday, they scored a 12th district road win at Whitesville Trinity. Spencer Sharp led all scorers with 26. On Saturday, they defeated Cloverport. Grayson will look to keep it rolling this week with games at Mclean County, Edmonson County and Holy Cross.

9. Whitesville Trinity Raiders (10-9) DOWN 1
While being competitive in their losses, the Raiders have now lost 3 straight. Friday, they dropped a home district game to Grayson County 65-57. Trinity was doubled up on the free throw line and that ended up costing them the game. They have 4 games on the schedule this week against Meade, Edmonson, Hancock and Mclean.

10. Meade County Greenwave (9-11) DOWN 3
Injuries have again set the Waves back. Friday, they were blown out at the hands of #1 Breckenridge, 77-54. Saturday, they lost to Daviess County 59-49. They will look to get back to 500 this week with games against Trinity and Cloverport.

11. Edmonson County Wildcats (9-11) UP 1
The Wildcats went 2-0 this week. They opened the week with an overtime win over Metcalfe County. They kept it going against Butler County, getting the season sweep against the Bears. Chaz Wilson led the way with 26 points and 8 boards. They head to the road this week at Whitesville Trinity and Grayson County.

12. Mclean County Cougars (6-11) DOWN 2
Mclean County lost a bit of ground this week, losing 2 games in Owensboro. On Tuesday, Logan Patterson scored 21 points and pulled 10 rebounds but it still wasn't enough to defeat Apollo. Saturday, they dropped their 2nd straight game at the hands of Owensboro. The Cougars will look to get back on track this week against Grayson County, Muhlenberg County and Whitesville Trinity.

13. Apollo Eagles (1-18) SAME
The Eagles ended their 18 game losing streak by defeating Mclean County on Tuesday. Malik Wilson led Apollo with 26. His return to the lineup has really helped bring scoring balance to the team. Wilson led Apollo in scoring again against Mulenberg County with 22, but it wasn't enough to get the win. They have games this week against Ohio County, Owensboro and Union County.

14. Hancock County Hornets (5-15) SAME
Hancock split a pair of games this week, defeating Cloverport on Friday. Saturday, they battled Muhlenberg County before falling short. Jaxson Gray had 23 in the loss. They take to the road for 3 straight games this week against South Spencer, Whitesville Trinity and Madison Hancock, IN.

15. Cloverport Aces (0-18) SAME
The Aces are still seeking their first win of the season after losing to Hancock County and Grayson County last week. They have Walden, Meade County and Dawson Springs this week.

3RD REGION PLAYER OF THE WEEK - KOBE POOLE - Breckenridge County - Kobe's 2nd player of the week award - he averaged 24ppg last week in wins against Meade and CAL and is at 19ppg on the season.

GAMES TO WATCH THIS WEEK
TUE - Madisonville at Owensboro Catholic, Owensboro at Breckenridge County
WED - Edmonson County at Whitesville Trinity
FRI - Breckenridge County at Ohio County, Daviess County at Owensboro Catholic