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  1. #31

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kentuckywildcat#1 View Post
    Lexington christian is one of the few teams in the state that is "bigger" than Scott county. Their discipline and ability to deal with pressure and defend is what it takes to stick with Scott County.
    Over the past 2 years LCA has managed to "stick with " Scott County a total of 2 quarters. They have a shot but in my opinion it's not a good match up for them and SC's depth and LCA's lack of depth and guard play will hurt them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juke View Post
    Over the past 2 years LCA has managed to "stick with " Scott County a total of 2 quarters. They have a shot but in my opinion it's not a good match up for them and SC's depth and LCA's lack of depth and guard play will hurt them.
    I don't think anybody is going to pick LCA to beat scott county. But any objective person would say that LCA is one of a group of teams that at least has a "punchers" shot.

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    I saw the the game back on Dec. 7 at Scott Co. and the game was a 2 point game early to mid 3rd qt when Kyle Rode went down with an ankle injury. If they stay out of foul trouble I think they can give Scott a game but as I said on another thread if Scott plays their game no one in the 11th will beat them for them to lose they will have to be off a little and someone else will have to play a great game to pull off the win.

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    I know SC is really good, but this is tournament time in Kentucky...I've seen a lot of crazy over the years.

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