1. Fern Creek (3-1): Fern Creek lost to #1 Trinity on the Rocks home court after leading by 10 at the half. Trinity shot 18 for 19 from the free throw line while Fern Creek was 3/9. That was a major reason why, but the Tigers also failed to rebound on the defensive end and showed some cracks in the armor if they continue those trends in two key areas of play. The Tigers are getting 21.5 PPG from Ahmad Price, 19.5 from Anthony Wales and 12 from Clint Wickliffe to form a strong trio of scoring threats. They have also defeated both PRP and Doss on their home court by double figures to remain the #1 ranked team in the region.

2. Butler (5-0): The Bears scored 100 in their last game against Moore and are now 5-0 after starting the season with a 1 point win versus Valley. The team is led in scoring with 4 individuals all in double figures. Maurice Tolly leads with 17, Jaquay Wales with 14.5, Devin Pendergrass with 12.5 and Michael Burns with 10.5. Butler looks like they will enter the Holiday tournaments with an unblemished record as they face Western High School and Male before the break this week.

3. PRP (4-1): PRP has went on a streak of 4 wins after opening the season with a tough loss to Fern Creek. They have averaged 80 PPG since only scoring 63 in the opener. WIth Valley and Holy Cross on the slate for this week, PRP should enter the Holiday tournaments on a roll. Very balanced scoring with Gerald Gray, BJ Robinson, and Trey Hill leading the way for the Panthers.

4. Doss (4-2): After opening the season with 4 straight victories, the Dragons have lost to Fern Creek on the road by 15 and then a loss to Christian County on a neutral site by 4 points. Neither of those losses are anything to worry about. Doss will be back to winning very soon, led by Stephon Franklin.

5. Valley (2-2): The Vikings have rebounded with 2 straight wins after opening the season with two losses. We will learn much about the Vikings after their midweek matchup with PRP this week.

6. Iroquois (3-2): The Raiders went 1-1 this past week with a tough loss to Doss by 3 points and a win over Manual. A key game against Fairdale looms this week. Two Raiders score over 20 ppg in Keelan Kennedy and Davarrio Martin.

7. Fairdale (3-1): The Bulldogs were not high enough early on and this week an adjustment is made as they have only loss a single game versus 3 victories over 6th region foes. None of those wins have been against the better teams in the 6th, but this week they take on DeSales and Iroquois so we will see if they deserve this #7 spot.

8. Holy Cross (3-2): The Cougars lost their first two, but now have won three this past week. With a game this week against PRP we will be able to tell if Holy Cross is indeed a Top 10 team in the 6th.

9. Jeffersontown (3-2): The Chargers are now 3-2, but have only one victory in the 6th region against Moore by a single point. Western and Spencer County are on the schedule for this week.

10. Bullitt East (2-4): Bullitt East has played some good teams in at least 3 of their losses. But neither of their wins stand out as tough earned victories. They get a chance to get a good win versus Waggener from the 7th region this week and need it to avoid a 5th loss.

11. Southern (2-2): A win over North Bullitt on the road, but a loss to Fairdale indicates that Southern is about right where they deserve to be ranked outside the Top 10.

12. DeSales (1-3): Went 1-1 last week after starting 0-2. Lost bad to a good Oldham County team and beat a not so good Bardstown team. This week a win versus Fairdale will help their cause if they can pull off the win on their home court.

13. Bullitt Central (4-1): Every year they have a record that makes you think they should be ranked higher, but once they play the 6th region teams they never prove that to be the case. Maybe this year is different.

14. Moore (0-4): The Mustangs have played good opponents in 3 of their 4 losses. The other game was a single point loss to Jeffersontown in the season opener. They will get wins soon and as they play Bullitt Central it would move them up in the next rankings.

15. Western (0-5): Tough to get wins when you play in the 6th and your team is still learning a new system without an abundance of talent. Warriors will win soon, but not against Butler this week.

16. North Bullitt (2-2): Started the year with two wins, but then lost two games in a row when they played within the 6th region. They are where they need to be until they can beat someone in the 6th in front of them.

17. Whitefield Academy (2-3): Lost to KCD this past week, but beat Brown. This week they get a shot at Fern Creek, but it could get ugly.

18. Beth Haven (1-3): A really bad loss to Valley, they are just not able to compete in the 6th region.

19. Evangel Christian (0-2): Season got under way this past week with bad losses to both Brown and Collegiate who are not city powers by any means.