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Inside the 10th Region (2-16-15)

By Randy Parker - Crawford becomes scoring leader as Bracken goes 4-0 Jeremy Miles' Bracken County team is on a roll, as evidenced by their current 5-game winning streak. Four of those wins came last week, starting with Monday's 86-71 win at Williamstown, which saw the Polar Bears shoot 64.2% from the floor. Sophomore guard Austin Crawford led with 27 points, 10 rebounds, & 6 assists. Fellow sophomore Jacob Hamilton added 16 points & 6 assists, while a third sophomore, Cooper Enges, added 15 points. The next night Bracken turned back visiting Lloyd 68-62, with Hamilton scoring a game-high 27 points... Read More →


Inside 3rd Region (2/16/15)

By All State Baseball - 1) Owensboro (23-3): The Red Devils had their 17 game win streak snapped on Saturday night when they fell to Louisville Trinity 57-40. Upcoming Games: 2/17 Hopkinsville, 2/19 @ Henderson County 2) Muhlenberg County (15-12): Despite being 15-12 on the season the Mustangs are 9-3 in region play and had a big win over Daviess County this past week. Muhlenberg County has now won 4 straight. Read More →


Inside the 6th Region (2/15/15)

By GoHardITP - The top 4 teams in the 6th region all won their games this week and are overwhelming favorites to advance from their respective district as #1 seeds. However, Doss & DeSales will need to battle it out to emerge as the #1 seed from their district since they reside together. Entering the last week of the regular season Doss and PRP will wrap up with two games against 6th region opponents. They each play Fern Creek with PRP facing off against the Tigers on Tuesday, and Doss finishes the season off with Fern Creek on Friday. Bullitt East and DeSales each have two games with opponents outside... Read More →


Inside 14th Region (2/16/15)

By All State Baseball - Were just now one week away from the start of the district tournaments (season has went by way too fast). Heres a recap from the games throughout the mountains this past week. Knott County Central knocks off #16 Lincoln County, improves to 25-2 Coach BB King added two late games for his Knott County Central Patriots, one against 12th region power Southwestern over in Franklin County and on the road @ Lincoln County. Southwestern defeated Knott County Central 71-68 earlier in the season but the Knott County Central Patriots would bounce back beating Buckhorn 72-43 and #16 Lincoln... Read More →



Inside the 4th Region (2/15/15)

By DragonFire - Fourth Region Top 10 1) Monroe County (25-3) - 2/13 46-44 W #4 Clinton County Previous Rank: 1 This Week: 2/17 at Greenwood, 2/19 at Warren East 2) Bowling Green (23-5) - 2/9 77-69 W at #7 Logan County, 2/10 66-69 L Owensboro, 2/13 70-55 W at Warren East Previous Rank: 2 This Week: 2/17 vs. #8 Russellville Read More →


Inside The 11th Region (2/15/15)

By JokersWild24 - Another wild week in the 11th have passed, some news is breaking, and we've got a shakeup to our rankings. What else is new? We've seen some games with huge implications this week, including LCA's going to Lexington Catholic and beating the Knights to take the #1 seed in the 43rd, which for my money, is toughest district in the State. We've also seen Lafayette knock off Trinity and serve notice that they are going to be a force for anyone as they ride an impressive streak that also includes a win over Bryan Station that's left a buzz of it's own. With our Lexington-area district... Read More →


Bowling Green Purples; Can they get back to the Carpet?

By Purple Nation - Well, most HS football fans that don't live in Graves County would have thought the Purples would have gotten their 4th ring in 4 years. The old saying is true, "That's why they play the game." Can 2015 be a comeback to the state finals for the Purples? The short answer is yes but there are some pretty large holes to fill. Hurdle #1: The Defensive Line. You don't just replace arguably the best D - line in the state (ask St. X). Some younger kids have 6 months to bust their hump in the weight room. To the Purples advantage, Coach Wallace has one of the best, if not the best coaching staffs... Read More →


Dorian Henry Garnering a Variety of Interest

By dyaste - 2015 Mason County F Dorian Henry is having tremendous senior year and has been the biggest part of the Royals 18-2 start. Hes averaging 21.6 points and 9.4 rebounds per game and has thrust himself into the Race for Mr. Basketball. Dorian is a long and athletic forward that is really developing into a wing player. Hes much improved as a drive and has the strength to score through contact when finishing at the rim. Hes a very good rebounder on both ends and finished well whenever around the rim. Morehead State, Georgetown College, Kentucky State and Shawnee State are the colleges... Read More →


Inside the 9th Region (2/10)

By Walter - With just two weeks left in the regular season, most teams are trying to simply stay healthy and head in to the post season with momentum. Let's take a look back at this past week's action as well as the top 10. 1. Covington Catholic (21-4) Why: The Colonels won both of their games this past week to extend their win streak to 10 games and remain unbeaten in the 9th region and Northern Kentucky. Covcath 83 Scott 46 The Colonels completely dominated the Eagles behind 21 points from Cole Vonhandorf. Bo Schuh had another solid outing with 19 points, 8 rebounds, while Cooper Theobald... Read More →


Inside the 12th Region 2/10/15

By SHS Future - The 12th Region looked really strong this past week with big victories over high quality, out of region competition. Southwestern gets a nice win over state ranked #2 Knott County Central and Wayne County gets the win over Scott County in the Jock Sutherland Classic. Plus, Lincoln County played a very close game against #5 Taylor County but came up just short of victory. The rest of the state should take note, the 12th Region will be a very tough out in March. 12th Region Rankings 2/10/15: 1) Boyle County (19-5) – Beat West Jessamine 64-61 (OT) and Danville 69-56. Plays at... Read More →


Two Division-I Schools Interested in Weyer

By PrepHoopsKY - 2016 Newport Central Catholic forward Ben Weyer is having a tremendous junior season so far for one of the top teams in the state. Ben is a very versatile forward that can play both inside and outside. Hes a good perimeter shooter and can take slower defenders off the dribble and score at the rim. Hes a good rebounder and a very good finisher around the rim. He does need to get stronger, but that should come as he continues to develop. Right now Furman and South Carolina Upstate are the two schools recruiting Ben. He mentioned that he may make a visit to Furman and that both Furman and... Read More →


Inside the 8th region 2-10-15

By ColonelMike - OK, the computer ate my homework!!! I was just finishing the 8th region recap (at 2 am) when everything disapp eared. Too late to start over, but here's the big games for this week in the 8th: Tuesday 2/10/15 Owen County at North Oldham - two of the region's best go at it: Carson Williams of Owen Co and Jonathan Henry of North. Live video: The Pegasus Sports Network - PSN Read More →


Inside the 15th Region (2-9-15)

By 15th Region - Overview: With 2 Weeks left before District Tournaments begin, the 15th Region is starting to look like what we predicted before the season started. In Week 10, JC secured at least a share of the 57th District #1 seed, Sheldon Clark got good news about their star point guards injury, and Lawrence County galvanized its self among mid-season controversy. It should be a great end to the season as the rotations are getting shorter, gyms are getting packed, and teams getting ready for what could be a push to RUPP Arena. Lets see how our rankings have changed after 10 weeks of play! ... Read More →


Inside the 13th Region 2-9-15

By Les - The Clay County Tigers remain the top team in the 13th Region for another week while teams such as South Laurel and Knox Central keep moving up in the rankings. Williamsburg ahs dropped three of its last four games, but remains in the top five for now. So with that said, lets take a look at the Top 10. 1. Clay County (20-5 overall, 11-0 vs. 13th Region competition) The Tigers have dropped some games here and there, but still remain unbeaten against 13th Region teams. Clay County fell at home to Wayne County, 78-68, but responded with a come-from-behind 61-57 win over Cordia a couple of... Read More →


Inside the 10th Region (2-9-15)

By Randy Parker - Mason County with pair of statement wins The top team in the 10th Region since early January, Mason County solidified that ranking last week with a pair of Region wins. On Tuesday the Royals led host Montgomery County by 2 at halftime and by 3 after 3 quarters, but started the 4th quarter on a 9-0 run to eventually pull away for a 59-43 win. Dorian Henry continued his season-long tear by scoring 25 points on 10-15 FG shooting & grabbing 10 rebounds. Friday night saw George Rogers Clark visit The Fieldhouse and control the first half, taking a 5-point lead to the halftime locker... Read More →


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