Best 10th Region Player Ever?

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  • Chris Lofton Mason Co

    68 67.33%
  • Alvin Simms Paris

    5 4.95%
  • Chris Harrison Tollesboro

    1 0.99%
  • Ronnie Lyons Mason Co

    8 7.92%
  • Deron Feldhaus Mason Co

    8 7.92%
  • George Cooke Maysville

    0 0%
  • Warren Cooper Bracken Co.

    2 1.98%
  • Shawn Myrick Mason Co.

    0 0%
  • James Smith Maysville

    0 0%
  • other?

    9 8.91%
  1. #31
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    How many on this list were Mr. Basketball besides Chris Lofton? Easy choice for me.
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    Anyone remember Bill Kelsch from Augusta in 65-66? He scored 29 a night and out scored Dave Cowens who was at NCC at the time. Dave went on an accepted a scholarship to Florida State and 4 years later was MVP in the NBA. Pretty impressive if you ask me. Bill also received scholarship offers from Florida State, Kansas, Xavier just to name a few.

    Anybody remember?

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    does anyone remember Bobby Lee Wyatt from Pendleton?
    he graduated in 1970. he was the best that I ever saw. when he and Ronnie Lyons met head to head, wyatt held Lyons to 4points and 6 rebounds! he was absolute magic!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by U Reach I Teach
    Anyone remember Bill Kelsch from Augusta in 65-66? He scored 29 a night and out scored Dave Cowens who was at NCC at the time. Dave went on an accepted a scholarship to Florida State and 4 years later was MVP in the NBA. Pretty impressive if you ask me. Bill also received scholarship offers from Florida State, Kansas, Xavier just to name a few.

    Anybody remember?

    Kelsch could flat out shoot the ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FalmouthRedDevil
    does anyone remember Bobby Lee Wyatt from Pendleton?
    he graduated in 1970. he was the best that I ever saw. when he and Ronnie Lyons met head to head, wyatt held Lyons to 4points and 6 rebounds! he was absolute magic!!!!
    I'm not old enough to have seen him play, but I have friends and family members tell me that he was a great HS player. Someone said that "he could shoot the eyes out." I heard that he played two years at a JUCO, then finished up school at Louisiana Tech. One year, I heard this from somebody, he was either 1st or 2nd in free throw percentage in the whole nation while at Tech. He is now a PC hall of famer. His #22 is retired at PCHS.

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    Birdman, Iwould see Wyatt get 30 points a night while being double teamed and most of it was from 25 feet out!

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