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13th Region Girls Rankings Jan. 26 - Feb. 1

By Les - 1. Harlan County (14-6 overall, 7-1 against 13th Region competition) — The Lady Black Bears move to the top spot after upending Harlan in the WYMT Classic, 46-45. Keep an eye on Harlan County. The Lady Black Bears look to be peaking at the right time. 2. Bell County (11-5, 4-2) — The defending 13th Region champions remain at the No. 2 spot after upending former No.1 Harlan, 38-32. 3. Harlan (17-3, 9-2) — It wasn’t a good week for the Lady Green Dragons. Not only did they lose two games, but both of the losses turned out to be against 52nd District rivals Bell County and Harlan County. ... Read More →


Inside the 9th Region (1/25)

By Walter - A week ago everyone in Northern Kentucky thought that we had FINALLY found a unanimous number 1 team in the region. An All A region tournament later and we are back to questioning who the best team in the region really is. Let's take a look at this week's rankings and review last week's (snowy and limited) action. 1. Covington Catholic (14-6) Even with the loss to Holy Cross, it's tough to argue against Covcath right now as the best team in the region after beating Newcath by 15 then beating two very good Cincinnati teams in Lakota East and Aiken. Aiden Ruthsatz really stepped up his... Read More →


Hall of Fame Journalist Mike Fields joins KHSAA.org as contributing writer

By theguru - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 25, 2016 KHSAA Commissioner Julian Tackett announced today that Hall of Fame journalist Mike Fields and his more than 41 years of experience covering high school sports will be joining KHSAA.org as a contributing writer. Fields, who retired from the Lexington Herald-Leader in 2015 after 35 years with the publication, will produce content for his own blog at KHSAA.org along with feature articles and state championship coverage through the KHSAA website and social media. “I have talked to Mike on several occasions about my hopes for developing an increased... Read More →


Region 7 Rankings - 1/25/16

By ball_coach_4 - Since I posted them on Thursday of last week, and all games were cancelled for the remainder of the week, the rankings haven’t changed for this week at the top. We had a little movement in the bottom 10 from the All “A” Classic, and the teams that moved ranking from last week’s ranking are shown in parentheses (): 1. Ballard (13 -6) Tough week looming for the new #1 team this week. They have games versus a very talented Fern Creek team, Seneca, and a streaking St. X on Friday. Their schedule this week will be a great test to show if they can stay at the top of the region. 2.... Read More →



Inside the 15th Region (1-25-15)

By 15th Region - Overview: With snow forcing cancellations for over half the week, the mountains saw very little basketball action but was able to get a few games in on Monday and Tuesday. Lawrence is still the team to beat as they flexed their muscle against Paintsville, JC’s post-Christmas win streak keeps rolling, Shelby Valley prepares for the All-A state tournament, and Magoffin County is still quietly feared by everyone. Let’s see the rankings after 8 weeks of play. 1. Lawrence County (17-3) – The Bulldogs were only able to get one game in before the snow came, but were able to defeat Paintsville... Read More →


3rd Region Rankings (1/25/16)

By ApolloFan98 - The big snow cost the 3rd region some big games last week, but there was still SOME action of note.... 1.Meade County(15-4 SAME) - The Waves suffered a setback this past week to another team with a great record, North Hardin. The combined records of the teams that have beaten Meade this season, is an impressive 61-15. No shame in those defeats. Meade has another tough one Tuesday in 15-3 Bullett East before returning home to host a big district contest vs Breck County. 2.Breck County(13-5 SAME) - Breck took an ugly loss on the road vs Apollo this week, but maintain their #2 spot over... Read More →


8th Region SNOW Re-cap and Rankings

By 8th Region Warrior - A lot of snow this week, and that means a lot of cancelled games. Coaches frown at the snow and it could be a blessing in disguise with players getting some rest, and teams having players heal up during the break. Making up games can be a pain, especially if they are district seed games. Here is this weeks rankings and not a lot has changed. 1. Owen County-The Rebels travel to Frankfort as one of the favorites to win the All A, and play host to KCD in the first round. I hope the NCC match up awaits us, as we could watch 2 Mr. Basketball candidates in action. Only game this week was... Read More →


12th Region Rankings 1/24/16

By SHS Future - 12th Region Rankings 1/24/16 It was a messy week of basketball last week due to all of the cancelations but there were some significant games played earlier in the week. Here are the 12th Region rankings for this week. 1) Mercer County (20-0) - The Titans only had one game this week due to weather. They beat Montgomery County 84-51. Trevon Faulkner had a big game scoring 31 points while shooting 71.4% from the field. This week the Titans are scheduled to play at Boyle County, at West Jessamine, and host East Jessamine. 2) Southwestern (15-2) - The Warriors beat Russell County... Read More →


13th Region Rankings Jan. 25-Feb.1

By Les - ****NOTE, due to winter weather most teams didn't play a game**** 1. South Laurel (15-4 overall, 7-1 ) — Despite dropping a 65-58 decision on Saturday to Taylor County, South Laurel had a pretty darn good week. Good enough to get back into the top spot after defeating Clay County, 70-51, at home. The 19-point win was impressive because the Cardinals just recorded a 67-49 win over the Tigers five days earlier, and didn't show any let down this past Tuesday. South Laurel is now 2-0 against Clay County. South Laurel also picked up a win over Powell County Monday. The Cardinals’ have three... Read More →


10th Region Rankings & Weekly Review (1-24-16)

By Randy Parker - Every team was negatively impacted by nasty weather last week, so there's very little movement in the rankings and very little to report overall. #1 - Montgomery County (13-7) The Indians got a second shot at the state's only undefeated team, Mercer County, on the road Tuesday night. The Titans had beaten MoCo 71-56 on December 29th in the finals of the Gateway Holiday Classic. The outcome of this one was significantly more lopsided, though, as Mercer put away Montgomery 84-51. Jerryd Jones led the Indians in defeat with 23 points on 11-16 FG shooting. #2 - Bishop Brossart... Read More →


5th Region Rankings (Week 8)

By ACfan4 - 5th Region Rankings (1-24-15) 1. Taylor Co. (10-7)- Taylor Co. remains at #1 in the rankings this week as they picked up a win over Hart Co. in their last game and will have 2 big district contests this week. They will play Marion Co. on Monday and try and avenge their early season loss to Adair Co. on Tuesday. 2. North Hardin (17-5)- North Hardin picked up a win over Etown this past week, and will look to keep it going against Fort Knox in a district contest on Tuesday. 3. Central Hardin (15-3)- Central Hardin picked up a huge win over Bardstown this past week to jump to #3 in the... Read More →


Six Degrees of Basketball Separation

By 15th Region - With so much snow and many games cancelled around the state I thought I would try a game with the BGP community to remedy our basketball addiction. Six Degrees of Basketball separation. Many have heard that every human on the planet can be connected through 6 people. Can the same be applied to basketball in the state of Kentucky across different periods of time! Objective: Connect the player or coach to one another through basketball only. You must connect person A to person B using no more than 6 people (person A and person B count toward your 6). Rules: For a connection to exist... Read More →


KHSAA sanctions Bryan Station and Lafayette girls basketball programs for altercation

By All State Baseball - The KHSAA has handed down two-game suspensions to a total of seven girls’ basketball players following an altercation between Lafayette and Bryan Station on January 14, 2016. During the incident, violations of Bylaw 15 “Sportsmanship” were committed when multiple nonplayers (rostered individuals not in the contest) left the bench area. Due to the number of individuals involved in the situation, the game officials appropriately requested review by the KHSAA under the video review policy. KHSAA policies and procedures permit the use of replay at the discretion of the Commission and in... Read More →


Region 7 Rankings

By ball_coach_4 - Hey guys sorry for the delay in rankings. The snow days and my work schedule threw me off a bit. We have another #1 for the 3rd straight week. With the snow storms and school/game cancellations, I don’t know how much the rankings will change next week, but we’ll cross that bridge when we get there. Last week’s ranking are in parentheses (). Here we go!: 1. Ballard (13 -6) (4) Had a huge week, winning the LIT with victories against Waggener, Fern Creek, St. X and Trinity in the finals. I know some may contest this rise, but the fact is, that they’re 10-3 since the addition of Clivonte... Read More →


Is Mercer County the best team in the state?

By PurplePride92 - Mercer County in currently ranked #1 in the AP Poll, tied for #1 in the Litkenhous Ratings, #2 in the Cantrall Ratings and #2 in the Bluegrasspreps Rankings. They are undefeated with a 20-0 record after defeating Montgomery County 84-51 last night. In just his second year at Mercer County Head coach Josh Cook brings his talented team to the floor each night with visions of playing games in Rupp Arena in March. Led by senior point guard Will Hager this Mercer County team also boasts arguably the best sophomore in the state in Trevon Faulkner. Hager recently became the all time leading... Read More →


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