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Inside 14th Region (12/21/14)


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As Christmas arrives, team are participating in tournaments not just across the bluegrass but across the nation as well.

 

1.Knott County Central (8-0):

The Patriots continue to dominate everyone in their path. The Patriots picked up three wins this last week with one of them being against defending state champions, Covington Catholic in the Rowan County Challenge. First half would be close throughout but the third quarter would be what sealed it for KCC when they went on to a 21-7 run during the third quarter on their way to a 78-66 thrashing of the Colonels. Camron Justice and Evan Hall combined for 55 of Knott Central’s 78 points. Camron finished with 29 while Evan chipped in with 26.

 

Knott County Central will go to Myrtle Beach to participate in the Beach Ball Classic. Perry County Central will open up with North Little Rock Arkansas next Saturday December 27th at 5:15 PM.

 

 

2.Perry County Central (8-2):

After taking two loses to Corbin and Southwestern, The Commodores bounced back winning 7 straight including two wins against two district rivals Hazard and Buckhorn and winning the Twin Lakes Holiday Classic at Clinton County.

 

Perry County Central is bound for Lexington Catholic as they will participate in the Knights Republic Bank Holiday Classic December 27-30. Perry Central will open up with Louisville Male on December 27th at 4 PM.

 

 

3.Buckhorn (6-2):

The Wildcats went 4-1 this past week picking up several big wins including a 61-47 win over Hazard. Buckhorn also defeated Lee County, Breathitt County and Lewis County. Buckhorn made the trip over to Perry County Central for a big 54th district matchup in what would be a nail bitter, however, Perry County Central would be the one that came out on top, 63-57.

 

Buckhorn will travel to Walton Florida next weekend to participate in the Walton Sun Blowout.

 

 

4.Letcher County Central (7-2):

The Cougars participated in the Hyden Citizens Bank Shootout at Leslie County this weekend. The Cougars would go 2-1 with one of the wins over Leslie County, a team that has the potential to beat either Hazard or Perry Central come district tournament time. Meade County and Letcher Central would play a thriller in the opening game with Meade County squeaking out a 43-40 win over the Cougars.

 

The Cougars will look to continue from where they left off next weekend as they head to Orlando Florida to participate in the KSA Disney/ESPN Holiday Classic.

 

 

5.Leslie County (7-5):

After a hot start to the season, Leslie County cooled off last week, going 2-3 with wins over Red Bird and Owsley County. Leslie County would go to battle with #4 Letcher County Central but would fall to the Cougars 57-46.

 

Leslie County will look to get back on track this Tuesday night as they will host district rival, Hazard. Game time is set for 8:00 PM.

 

 

6.Cordia (3-1):

After taking a season opening loss, the Lions have bounced back winning three straight. The Lions had a big stretch from December 6 through December 20th where they didn’t play a game but once they returned to action, they picked up two wins in the Baptist Health Sports and Rehab Holiday Classic. Cordia would defeat Webster County 56-46 and Nelson County 56-41. The Lions will play Hopkins County Central in the final game of this classic tomorrow at 11 AM.

 

After that, the Lions will head cross the river to Ohio to participate in the Richard Paulus Heart of Champions classic at Coal Grove Ohio.

 

 

7.June Buchanan (5-2):

Coach Elisha Justice has his Crusaders off to a good start at 5-2. The Crusaders would go participate in the Smokey Mountain Classic at Gatlinburg-Pittman TN. The Crusaders got off to a very good start as they’d defeat both Whitwell TN 75-67 and Paintsville 70-67 but would fall to Cherokee TN 60-52.

 

The Crusaders will look to continue their success next weekend as they will head to Belfry to participate in the Mountain Schoolboy Classic.

 

 

8.Hazard (3-4):

The Bulldogs would not have a good week last week as they’d go 1-3 with the lone win against Owsley County 56-54. Hazard would fall hard to district and crosstown rival Perry County Central 67-47. Knott County Central and Buckhorn would also defeat Hazard last week.

 

Bulldogs will look to get back on track this week as they will travel to Booneville on Monday night for another date with the Owsley County Owls, Tuesday night, Hazard will travel to district rival, Leslie County before heading out to Las Vegas Nevada next weekend for the Las Vegas Prep Championship.

 

 

9.Estill County (4-3):

Engineers had a tough week last week going 1-2 with the lone win coming over Nicholas County in the Rowan County Challenge 47-46. Estill County would go toe to toe with both Rockcastle County and Madison Southern on back to back nights (Monday and Tuesday) but the scoreboard would show guest as the winning team once the final horn sounded. Rockcastle County would defeat Estill County 54-47 and Madison Southern would defeat the Engineers 51-42.

 

Estill County will look to get back on track Tuesday night as they travel to Wolfe County for a game with the Wolves before heading to Berea for the Berea Holiday Classic where they will open up with Mercer County on December 27th at 2:00 PM.

 

 

10.Jackson City (5-6):

After a rocky start to open up the season, the Tigers got on track this past week going 4-2 with losses coming to Estill County 69-62 and Wolfe County 61-59. The Tigers would defeat Allen Central 79-74, Riverside Christian 80-41, Owsley County 69-58 and Burgin 68-43.

 

The Tigers will look to continue their success next weekend as they travel to Berea to participate in the Berea Holiday Classic but it won’t be easy as they will have a tough first round game against, Clay County on December 27th at 6:00 PM.

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