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Region 1 Week 1 Rankings

By silo11 - Remember these rankings will be based on current play and not just the record or one good/bad game. There are two teams that are still above everyone else, but Graves County has been playing very well as of late and can make it a three way if they can keep it up. Here are the rankings as of 12/7/15. 1. Paducah Tilghman (1-0) The Blue Tornados opened the season with a dominating performance over Region 1 contender Carlisle. They were very impressive as this game was supposed to be much closer. 2. Murray (3-0) Murray has looked very good in their first 3 games. Two of those... Read More →

13th Region Girls Rankings 12-7-2015

By Les - 1. Harlan - The Lady Green Dragons showed why they were preseason No. 1 by upending No. 2 North Laurel on the road, 46-43. Harlan managed to escape by scoring four unanswered points in the final 40 seconds. Emma Bianchi and Jordan Brock each scored 15 apiece in the win. 2. North Laurel - The Lady Jaguars showed they belonged as one of the top teams in the 13th Region by almost knocking off No. 1 Harlan at home. North Laurel led with less than a minute left, but couldn't hold on. The Lady Jaguars possess a lot of weapons in leading scorer Kayla Bruner, Hannah Lawson and Madison Sheppard,... Read More →

13th Region Rankings 12-7-2015

By Les - 1. South Laurel - The Cardinals participated in the Legacy Nissan Classic this past week and dropped two games - a 52-51 loss to Mercer County and a 76-74 loss to Owen County. How 6-8 senior center Caleb Taylor isn't ranked as one of the top 20 players is crazy. Taylor scored 27 points and grabbed 13 rebounds on 13-of-14 shooting against Owen County while being double-teamed throughout the game. Taylor is currently averaging 20 points and 10 rebounds per game while teammate Jared Grubb is averaging 10 points per game. 2. Clay County - The Tigers have looked good so far during their two... Read More →

12th Region Rankings Week 1

By SHS Future - 12th Region Rankings 12/7/15 1) Mercer County (3-0) -The Titans manhandled Shelby Co. 78-34, but had one come down to the wire vs a good South Laurel team in the Legacy Nissan Classic winning 52-51. On Saturday they beat Grant Co. 82-59 to start the season 3-0. Through 3 games, the Titans brought balanced scoring with Hagar averaging 17.0, Faulkner 15.0, James 14.3, and Dow 11.7 points per game. Dow leads the team in rebounds with 11.3 and James is averaging 6.7. This week the Titans travel to Rockcastle Co. and Casey Co. for their first 12th Region competition of the young season. ... Read More →

14th Region Notebook/Rankings (Week 1) - RECAP

By All State Baseball - Week 1 of the 2015/16season has came and gone and let's take a look back at all the actionacross the 14th regions. Perry County Central (1-1): Sure their's other teams in the 14th region that areundefeated and/or have more wins than Perry Central but theCommodores got a big win over arch rival Hazard 62-48 and then wenttoe-to-toe with #2 Taylor County in the Legacy Nissan Classic atNorth Laurel. Perry Central fell to the Cardinals 70-68. Read More →

11th Region Notebook for the Week of December 7th

By Wildcatfan25 - Team of the week: Dunbar – The Bulldogs game out of the gates strong with 3 impressive wins to start the year. By beating Woodford County, Bryan Station and Madison Academy out of Alabama handily, the PLD Bulldogs have already started to distance themselves from the rest of the 11th. With road games at Lafayette and Lex Cath on the schedule this week, Dunbar should have 2 great tests ahead of them. Player of the week: Taveion Hollingsworth, Dunbar – The main reason that PLD is off to their strong start, Tay scored 29.7 PPG on 59.6% shooting along with 7.3 RPG. His huge week was capped off... Read More →

Russell Athletic/KHSAA Commonwealth Gridiron Bowl Broadcast Schedule

By theguru - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 3, 2015 The 2015 Russell Athletic/KHSAA Commonwealth Gridiron Bowl gets underway tonight as Pikeville takes on Beechwood in the 1A Championship game at Houchens Industries/L.T. Smith Stadium in Bowling Green at 7 p.m. (CT). Each game of the championship will be webcast live at for subscribers to the NFHS Network. A free audio broadcast of each game can also be found at All productions will be a part of the NFHS Network this season, which is a subscription based service. Subscription plans for the NFHS Network include a day... Read More →

Final 2A Notebook: Superlatives for a Super Season

By ATLCat - Cards Winter Migration *In the Tone of One of Those British Nature Documentary Narrators* " Every year the elusive Western Kentucky Mayfield Cardinal gathers together the first week of December. You can tell this bird by it's distinctive bright red crown and black torso or white torso. After a long November, the Cardinal welcomes winter by the most peculiar of migrations. Instead of flying South for the Winter, this pesky bird flies East. A large congregation of bird will always join together, chirping proudly, and together in unison fly just over two hours. It never fails, as if they... Read More →

3A Notebook - Knights, Pirates Charge into State Finals

By gchs_uk9 - In August, when BGP released its Class 3A Preseason Rankings, the top two teams were Belfry and Lexington Catholic. Now, at the first of December, with one football game left, those same two teams are left standing. It took adjustments, substitutions, and a couple losses, but the two best teams in the state will pair up next Sunday afternoon for a chance at the big trophy. BELFRY 42, CORBIN 14 As the heavy favorite in this state semifinal, Belfry was able to put away Corbin and move to their sixth consecutive state championship game. Belfry and Corbin had met twice before in the... Read More →

2015-16 Bluegrasspreps' Girls 13th Region Preview

By Jesse James - 13th Region Preview 1. Harlan — The Lady Green Dragons have high hopes of ending their two-game losing skid in the 13th Region finals this season with junior point guard Jordan Brock (17.1 points per game and 3.3 rebounds per game) returning. The key to Harlan’s success will be if players such as Brooklyn Massingill, Emma Bianchi, Makenzie King, Katie King and Shanae Thomas continue their impressive play. 2. North Laurel — The talent is there for North Laurel to win its first region championship. To do so, the Lady Jaguars must have players such as Kayla Bruner (19.2, 8.) and teammates... Read More →

Press Release from the KHSAA on the State Football Finals

By theguru - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 27, 2015 With its win over Marshall on Friday, Western Kentucky University secured its right to host the Conference USA Championship game on Saturday, Dec. 5 at 11 a.m. (CT). WKU hosting the C-USA Championship means the KHSAA will utilize the alternative schedule for the 2015 Russell Athletic/KHSAA Commonwealth Gridiron Bowl approved by the Board of Control in October. The revised order of games will be as follows: Thursday, December 3 7:00 PM (1A) – Beechwood vs. Pikeville Saturday, December 5 Read More →

2015-16 Bluegrasspreps' Girls 16th Region Preview

By Jesse James - 1. East Carter – Most programs go through seasons, from time to time, where they must completely rebuild a given team, but such has not been the case at East Carter under Coach Hagar Easterling, who has never had a losing season during his long tenure there. It is the rare high school program that can lose six players to graduation (three of whom were starters), and receive a spot in the following pre-season Top 20. This year’s version of East Carter is one of those rare teams, having achieved over the last two seasons a school-record two-year combined record of 58-8. While East Carter has... Read More →

Bluegrasspreps' 2015-16 2nd Region Basketball Preview

By Ram - The Road to Rupp in the Second Region runs through Hopkinsville. Either Christian County, Hopkinsville, or University Heights has represented the region every year since 2001. Given what Christian County and Hopkinsville have returning, it’s a good bet that streak continues in 2015-16. With the right draw come region tourney time, Trigg County, Madisonville, and Henderson County could make a deep run, but it’s likely to be a repeat of the Eighth District title game in the Second Region championship game. 1. Hopkinsville (27-6) – Teams that graduate nine players from a region title team... Read More →

2015-16 Bluegrasspreps' Girls 2nd Region Preview

By Jesse James - Team Rankings - Rank - Team (Last Year's Result) 1. Henderson County (28-3; State Quarterfinals) - The best remains the best until someone dethrones them or can prove they can handle their full court pressure. They will be looking to make their 4th straight trip to the Sweet 16 on the shoulders of the region's best post player, Alishia Owens. They lose a lot of fire power from last season, but big schools like Henderson County don't rebuild, they reload. 2. Madisonville-North Hopkins (20-10; Region Semifinals) - The Lady Maroons lose only one starter from a year ago but return center... Read More →

Bluegrasspreps' 2015-16 9th Region Basketball Preview

By Walter - Last year was another banner year for the 9th region champion. While the Covington Catholic Colonels didn't win a state championship, they made it back to the Sweet 16 State Semi Finals before falling to eventual state champion, Owensboro, by a score of 65-59 in overtime. While this year's region won't feature the star power that we've seen over the past several years, the region champion will once again be a contender to make a deep post season run. Let's get right in to the preseason team rankings. 1. Covington Catholic Colonels Last Season: 31-6 (9th Region Champions, State Semi... Read More →