BluegrassPreps.com 10th Region Final Rankings 2-11-18, District Tournament Matchups

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    Quote Originally Posted by maysvilleky View Post
    I wouldn't be shocked if any of the 4 teams winds up winning the 39th district.
    Nothing in this district shocks me anymore
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    I fell down on the job by not including ten "players to watch" in the district tournaments in the weekly report. While I really don't like limiting the list to 10, here goes - alphabetically by last name. NOTE - THESE MAY NOT BE THE TOP TEN PLAYERS IN THE REGION. I AM LISTING ONLY ONE PLAYER FROM ANY ONE TEAM. I WILL GIVE MY FIRST THROUGH THIRD TEAMS IN MY FINAL INSTALLMENT OF 10TH REGION SUMMARIES.

    Dontaie Allen, Pendleton County. Mr everything has the best basketball talent I've seen in the 10th since Darius Miller. He needs a little more help from his mates in order for the Cats to represent the region in Lexington. 31.8 and 11.1 for the season.

    Brennan Canada, Clark County. The versatile 6'7" swingman leads the Cardinals in scoring at 13.1 and is second in rebounds at 7.2. He is also second on the squad with 45 three-pointers made. A matchup nightmare.

    Spencer Free, Harrison County. Free missed last year's regional tournament with an injury. Although not the Breds' leading scorer (that's Quenton Turley), Free paces the squad in rebounds and hits his charity tosses at a 79% clip. If it's tight near the end and free throws need to be made, Coach Kendall wants the ball in Spencer's hands.

    Zach Hamberg, Bishop Brossart. The senior is 73 for 146 from beyond the arc, and shoots nearly 85% from the line. He will need to stay hot for the Mustangs to stay with Scott in the 37th semifinal game.

    Sam Hamilton, Nicholas County. For the Jackets to get past Harrison County in the district opener, he may have to come close to repeating his 41-point explosion against St. Patrick - particularly if Spencer Morris isn't good to go. Hamilton converts over 51% of his shots.

    Eric Johnson, Paris. The stat-stuffing senior guard leads the Greyhounds in scoring at 18.8, 3-pointers made at 49, made free throws at 83 and in rebounds at 6 per game.

    Reid Jolly, Campbell County. The senior power forward is a workhorse in the paint, averaging over 18 points and nearly 10 boards per game; and has connected on 62.6% of his field goals. He had 30 and 18 against Clark County, handing the Cardinals their only loss in the 10th all season.

    Brevin Jones, St. Patrick. Jones has been the scoring and rebounding mainstay for the Saints all year (16.5/7.0), and clicks on nearly 42% of his three-pointers.

    Jaylen Lofton, Mason County. Lofton's health is critical to the Royal's chances in the postseason. At barely 6 feet, he leads Mason County in rebounds at 7.5 per game, and is second in scoring at 11.3.

    Nelson Perrin, Scott. Perrin, a University of Dayton football commit, brings his gridiron mentality to the hardwood. 12.3 PPG, 46.8% FG percentage, including 40% from distance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcpapa View Post
    I fell down on the job by not including ten "players to watch" in the district tournaments in the weekly report. While I really don't like limiting the list to 10, here goes - alphabetically by last name. NOTE - THESE MAY NOT BE THE TOP TEN PLAYERS IN THE REGION. I AM LISTING ONLY ONE PLAYER FROM ANY ONE TEAM. I WILL GIVE MY FIRST THROUGH THIRD TEAMS IN MY FINAL INSTALLMENT OF 10TH REGION SUMMARIES.

    Dontaie Allen, Pendleton County. Mr everything has the best basketball talent I've seen in the 10th since Darius Miller. He needs a little more help from his mates in order for the Cats to represent the region in Lexington. 31.8 and 11.1 for the season.

    Brennan Canada, Clark County. The versatile 6'7" swingman leads the Cardinals in scoring at 13.1 and is second in rebounds at 7.2. He is also second on the squad with 45 three-pointers made. A matchup nightmare.

    Spencer Free, Harrison County. Free missed last year's regional tournament with an injury. Although not the Breds' leading scorer (that's Quenton Turley), Free paces the squad in rebounds and hits his charity tosses at a 79% clip. If it's tight near the end and free throws need to be made, Coach Kendall wants the ball in Spencer's hands.

    Zach Hamberg, Bishop Brossart. The senior is 73 for 146 from beyond the arc, and shoots nearly 85% from the line. He will need to stay hot for the Mustangs to stay with Scott in the 37th semifinal game.

    Sam Hamilton, Nicholas County. For the Jackets to get past Harrison County in the district opener, he may have to come close to repeating his 41-point explosion against St. Patrick - particularly if Spencer Morris isn't good to go. Hamilton converts over 51% of his shots.

    Eric Johnson, Paris. The stat-stuffing senior guard leads the Greyhounds in scoring at 18.8, 3-pointers made at 49, made free throws at 83 and in rebounds at 6 per game.

    Reid Jolly, Campbell County. The senior power forward is a workhorse in the paint, averaging over 18 points and nearly 10 boards per game; and has connected on 62.6% of his field goals. He had 30 and 18 against Clark County, handing the Cardinals their only loss in the 10th all season.

    Brevin Jones, St. Patrick. Jones has been the scoring and rebounding mainstay for the Saints all year (16.5/7.0), and clicks on nearly 42% of his three-pointers.

    Jaylen Lofton, Mason County. Lofton's health is critical to the Royal's chances in the postseason. At barely 6 feet, he leads Mason County in rebounds at 7.5 per game, and is second in scoring at 11.3.

    Nelson Perrin, Scott. Perrin, a University of Dayton football commit, brings his gridiron mentality to the hardwood. 12.3 PPG, 46.8% FG percentage, including 40% from distance.
    He originally committed to Dayton but is now going to attend Thomas Moore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I gotta go to work View Post
    He originally committed to Dayton but is now going to attend Thomas Moore.
    Thanks for the clarification. I knew about the UD commit but missed the TM info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcpapa View Post
    I fell down on the job by not including ten "players to watch" in the district tournaments in the weekly report. While I really don't like limiting the list to 10, here goes - alphabetically by last name. NOTE - THESE MAY NOT BE THE TOP TEN PLAYERS IN THE REGION. I AM LISTING ONLY ONE PLAYER FROM ANY ONE TEAM. I WILL GIVE MY FIRST THROUGH THIRD TEAMS IN MY FINAL INSTALLMENT OF 10TH REGION SUMMARIES.

    Dontaie Allen, Pendleton County. Mr everything has the best basketball talent I've seen in the 10th since Darius Miller. He needs a little more help from his mates in order for the Cats to represent the region in Lexington. 31.8 and 11.1 for the season.

    Brennan Canada, Clark County. The versatile 6'7" swingman leads the Cardinals in scoring at 13.1 and is second in rebounds at 7.2. He is also second on the squad with 45 three-pointers made. A matchup nightmare.

    Spencer Free, Harrison County. Free missed last year's regional tournament with an injury. Although not the Breds' leading scorer (that's Quenton Turley), Free paces the squad in rebounds and hits his charity tosses at a 79% clip. If it's tight near the end and free throws need to be made, Coach Kendall wants the ball in Spencer's hands.

    Zach Hamberg, Bishop Brossart. The senior is 73 for 146 from beyond the arc, and shoots nearly 85% from the line. He will need to stay hot for the Mustangs to stay with Scott in the 37th semifinal game.

    Sam Hamilton, Nicholas County. For the Jackets to get past Harrison County in the district opener, he may have to come close to repeating his 41-point explosion against St. Patrick - particularly if Spencer Morris isn't good to go. Hamilton converts over 51% of his shots.

    Eric Johnson, Paris. The stat-stuffing senior guard leads the Greyhounds in scoring at 18.8, 3-pointers made at 49, made free throws at 83 and in rebounds at 6 per game.

    Reid Jolly, Campbell County. The senior power forward is a workhorse in the paint, averaging over 18 points and nearly 10 boards per game; and has connected on 62.6% of his field goals. He had 30 and 18 against Clark County, handing the Cardinals their only loss in the 10th all season.

    Brevin Jones, St. Patrick. Jones has been the scoring and rebounding mainstay for the Saints all year (16.5/7.0), and clicks on nearly 42% of his three-pointers.

    Jaylen Lofton, Mason County. Lofton's health is critical to the Royal's chances in the postseason. At barely 6 feet, he leads Mason County in rebounds at 7.5 per game, and is second in scoring at 11.3.

    Nelson Perrin, Scott. Perrin, a University of Dayton football commit, brings his gridiron mentality to the hardwood. 12.3 PPG, 46.8% FG percentage, including 40% from distance.
    Reid Jolly is only a Junior not a Senior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Science Friction View Post
    GRC on a 24-2 run since December. NICE!!!! Go Cards!!!
    So glad to have you as a GRC fan!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gold sunrise View Post
    So glad to have you as a GRC fan!!!
    We are all GRC fans from this point on. Have to support our region’s rep at state tournament.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camelman View Post
    We are all GRC fans from this point on. Have to support our region’s rep at state tournament.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gold sunrise View Post
    So glad to have you as a GRC fan!!!
    I'm definitely on board. I love Winchester and GRC !!! One of my favorite towns. Go Hounds and Cards!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by I gotta go to work View Post
    He originally committed to Dayton but is now going to attend Thomas Moore.
    When was that decision made?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    When was that decision made?
    Originally committed to Dayton in late January. Changed his mind and switched to Thomas More about a week later just prior to signing day.

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    When and what time is the draw for the regional tourney?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gold sunrise View Post
    When and what time is the draw for the regional tourney?
    Should be Saturday or Sunday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LCDAWGS19 View Post
    Should be Saturday or Sunday.
    I figured that but was hoping someone could give us a diffident time and date.

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    It is Saturday. I believe 10am.

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