Will Paducah contend?

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    Will Paducah contend?

    Should we get our tickets to Rupp?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Paducah View Post
    Should we get our tickets to Rupp?
    What high school are you talking about? Tilghman?

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    In my eyes Tilghman and Graves are the top 2 contenders for the region championship but anything can happen this year. I think Graves is the most consistent team in the region but when Tilghman plays well they are really good.

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    Don't leave out McCracken

    Marshall is capable of beating one of them but not sure if they can win 2.

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    That's why I said anything can happen. There's 4 teams that have a legitimate shot at winning but PT and Graves are the top 2 teams in the region.

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    I think it depends on how bad PT wants it. They are young and have some good players. Laster is a freshman and is doing very well averaging around 9pts. Thomas, Reed, and Workman all average around the same. If Reed is to get noticed and increase his stock, he'll need to get to Rupp this year.

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    Hasn't Graves got the best resume of the 1st region teams? That's who I'm going with in any contest I enter.

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    Graves is playing really well right now, so they have the advantage. PT is a hard team to judge because they are so Jekyll and Hyde, they have the most talent, but I don't know about the most heart. McCracken is consistent and if they shoot well from the outside like they did against Hoptown, they can win the region. Marshall is a distant 4th because they plateaued back in early January.

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    Dido to what what Silo said. I think Graves is the favorite but PT has the potential to be the best team. McCracken is impressively consistent against good teams. Marshall is good and they're also young. PT and Marshall should be interesting to watch next season also.

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    What @silo11 said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PTHSalumni View Post
    I think it depends on how bad PT wants it. They are young and have some good players. Laster is a freshman and is doing very well averaging around 9pts. Thomas, Reed, and Workman all average around the same. If Reed is to get noticed and increase his stock, he'll need to get to Rupp this year.
    I believe the key is Reed, if he gets rolling he is very capable of being a difference maker with his size & speed. It will help getting to Rupp, but Reed has played in the Spring and Summer in front of many college coaches with many showing significant interest. He has much upside that has not been realized. Coaches like that potential.

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