Cats Pause Region 8 Rankings

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    Cats Pause Region 8 Rankings

    Nate Bryan (@nateinsoprts) posted the Cats Pause Region Rankings as voted on by coaches. I thought the 8th region was pretty accurate. It looks like the Oldham County schools will have some battles this year.

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    The wildcard is Woodford County. If they play with the same roster from this summer, and everyone is eligible, they should be much higher than 7th in the 8th Region.

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    I know of at least one of Woodford County's players from this summer is no longer enrolled in school at WCHS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mooremiller31 View Post
    I know of at least one of Woodford County's players from this summer is no longer enrolled in school at WCHS.
    The Dryden kid just enrolled into Greenup County I believe.

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    I heard the same LethalPG. Which is a big loss for Woodford County based on what I saw this summer.

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    Woodford County's best player just transferred and there is no way Spencer County will be the sixth best team. Top 3 for them as long as there are no injuries.

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    My top 7:
    Collins
    South Oldham
    Spencer County
    North Oldham
    Oldham County
    Anderson County
    Simon Kenton

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardsrule1972 View Post
    Woodford County's best player just transferred and there is no way Spencer County will be the sixth best team. Top 3 for them as long as there are no injuries.
    Cardsrule1972, your three juniors are really strong, but who do you see replacing Seawright and Cole for Spencer Co. this year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ConverseAllStar View Post
    Cardsrule1972, your three juniors are really strong, but who do you see replacing Seawright and Cole for Spencer Co. this year?
    Sophomore Gage Mabrey had a very good summer. Very versatile and skilled player. Sam Conley was injured for summer ball but Spencer County was still competitive against some very good teams and that was because of Gage. He is a very good shooter, passer, and rebounds well. I think Spencer will be better than last year because of the improvement of the three juniors and what Gage brings to the table. The other starting spot will go to 6 ft 4 junior Jason Nichols or junior guard Jackson Jagger's. Spencer County will need to develop a bench and not have an injury to one of their top 3 players to make some noise. Their top 4 should play college ball at some level. I would be surprised if they don't.

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    Not sure how Anderson is in your top 7. They havent been competitive against top competition in two years. JV teams didn’t have much talent either...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mooremiller31 View Post
    I heard the same LethalPG. Which is a big loss for Woodford County based on what I saw this summer.
    He's a big time loss. I watched him earlier in the season on the football play, and he's a big time athlete. He would've done damage in the 8th, and will terrorize in the 16th region.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CosmoKramer View Post
    Not sure how Anderson is in your top 7. They havent been competitive against top competition in two years. JV teams didn’t have much talent either...
    They are usually well coached. They have a kid coming back that was hurt last year. Just a gut feeling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardsrule1972 View Post
    Sophomore Gage Mabrey had a very good summer. Very versatile and skilled player. Sam Conley was injured for summer ball but Spencer County was still competitive against some very good teams and that was because of Gage. He is a very good shooter, passer, and rebounds well. I think Spencer will be better than last year because of the improvement of the three juniors and what Gage brings to the table. The other starting spot will go to 6 ft 4 junior Jason Nichols or junior guard Jackson Jagger's. Spencer County will need to develop a bench and not have an injury to one of their top 3 players to make some noise. Their top 4 should play college ball at some level. I would be surprised if they don't.
    Just looked at your schedule Cardsrule1972 . . . a five day stretch in December with a home game v. South Oldham and away games v. North Oldham and Oldham County will tell you a lot about your team!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ConverseAllStar View Post
    Just looked at your schedule Cardsrule1972 . . . a five day stretch in December with a home game v. South Oldham and away games v. North Oldham and Oldham County will tell you a lot about your team!
    Yes it will! That is definitely a difficult two weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardsrule1972 View Post
    My top 7:
    Collins
    South Oldham
    Spencer County
    North Oldham
    Oldham County
    Anderson County
    Simon Kenton
    Hard for me to believe that the third best team in one district is better than any team in the 31st or 32nd.

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