Lexington Catholic 67 Dunbar 59

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    Lexington Catholic 67 Dunbar 59

    Final from Dunbar.
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    2/3/2015
    Lexington Catholic 67
    Paul Dunbar 59
    Lexington Catholic 22 12 13 20 67
    Paul Dunbar 10 18 15 16 59
    Lexington Catholic (17-7) -- Ryan 2, Boothe 2, Talbott 21, Griffin 19, Johnson 15, Ogbogu 2, Morris 6.
    Paul Dunbar (10-14) -- Brown 8, Lewis 5, Williams 16, Hollingsworth 21, Kelley 2, Clark 7.

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    Big win for the Knights. Game versus LCA will be for the number 1 seed in the district.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knights View Post
    Big win for the Knights. Game versus LCA will be for the number 1 seed in the district.
    Prolly the toughest district in the state as a good team will be left out and not make the regional. Are the rest of the seeds set in that district? Will they play it at Dunbar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by citycat View Post
    Prolly the toughest district in the state as a good team will be left out and not make the regional. Are the rest of the seeds set in that district? Will they play it at Dunbar?
    Think district is at Creek this year.

    Only things certain:

    1. With 5 wins Catholic can only seed 1 or 2.

    2. With 5 losses Creek’s best outcome would be a 3-5 tie for last. At 2-6 or 1-7 they own the cellar.

    3. LCA has the most possible outcomes with 3 district games left. They can finish no worse than 4-4 which would be tie for 2nd in that scenario, or they could finish 5-3, 6-2, or 7-1, which could be sole second, tied for first, or sole 1st.

    Friday night’s games will lock up options for Dunbar, Lafayette, and maybe Creek, but the overall may come down to the last game, Feb. 12, LCA at LexCath.

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    was held @ Dunbar last year, they wont host it for 4 more years.

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    Would be a huge advantage for LexCath if they get overall #1 and get Creek. Having Dunbar, LCA and Lafayette on the other side would be big advantage.

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    [QUOTE=citycat;5401411]Would be a huge advantage for LexCath if they get overall #1 and get Creek. Having Dunbar, LCA and Lafayette on the other side would be big advantage.[/QUOTE

    The 4 and 5 seeds have a play-in game to make a bracket of 4, #1 plays the play-in winner with 2 & 3 on the other side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casual Fan View Post
    Think district is at Creek this year.

    Only things certain:

    1. With 5 wins Catholic can only seed 1 or 2.

    2. With 5 losses Creek’s best outcome would be a 3-5 tie for last. At 2-6 or 1-7 they own the cellar.

    3. LCA has the most possible outcomes with 3 district games left. They can finish no worse than 4-4 which would be tie for 2nd in that scenario, or they could finish 5-3, 6-2, or 7-1, which could be sole second, tied for first, or sole 1st.

    Friday night’s games will lock up options for Dunbar, Lafayette, and maybe Creek, but the overall may come down to the last game, Feb. 12, LCA at LexCath.
    Thanks for the breakdown. Looks like a fair amount is still up in the air, though it does seem as though Lexington Catholic has the best shot at the #1 seed and that Tates Creek will be the #5.

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