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Lexington/Central Kentucky Power Rankings – 9/16/2016 - Sponsored by Grippos


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This is a very abbreviated version this week as BGC and Mrs. BGC will be leaving the in an hour for a quick vacation via Royal Caribbean.

 

Recap of last nights action - much of which was weather-hampered.

 

Scott County and Lafayette settled the claim to King of the Bluegrass - for now - with Scott County winning a close one. 6A in the Bluegrass remains competitive. These 2 remain 1 and 2 this week.

 

Danville did not play. So we will not penalize them with any movement. But Lexington Christian is looking strong in both 2A and the Bluegrass with another 50 point plus night.

 

Madison Central beats Lexington Catholic at Lexington. The Indians are a solid 4-1 and get moved up this week. The Knights need some help with a solid Garrard County and rebounding Boyle County coming up in district.

 

Tates Creek was leading Madison Southern 27-14 when that game was postponed to be be finished at 10 a.m. this morning.

 

Mercer took it on the chin in a 27-13 defeat to Wayne County.

 

Casey County goes to 4-0 with a win over Washington County. Nicholas County goes to 5-0 with a 17-6 win over West Carter. The Bluegrass region sports undefeated teams in all three of the smaller class. Nicholas Count (1A), Lexington Christian (2A) and Casey County (3A).

 

Boyle County toes to 2-3 with a big win over Collins. Its not district yet. Do not write off Boyle in any manner. They can come out district and region champions if they learn from their early games. With Garrard winning and Western Hills getting another win (over Frankfort). The district with these teams and an unproven Lexington Catholic maybe very interesting.

 

Henry Clay and Knox Central ended play at 7 to 7 and that is where it will remain. Franklin County beats Anderson County in a 4A match-up, 35-21.

 

 

Here is how the ranking looks this week using some key head to head battles.

 

I will have a fuller run-down next week.

 

 

The Top 10

1) Scott County (6A, 4-1)

2) Lafayette (6A, 3-2)

3) Danville (2A, 3-1)

4) Lexington Christian (2A, 5-0)

5) Madison Central (6A, 4-1)

6) Tates Creek (6A, 2-2)

7) Madison Southern (5A, 4-0, trailing Bryan Station to be completed at 10 a.m. Saturday)

8) Mercer County (4A, 2-3)

10) Bryan Station (6A, 2-2)

6) Lexington Catholic (3A, 1-4)

 

The Next Level

11) Henry Clay (6A, 1-2-1)

12) Boyle County (3A, 2-3)

13) Casey County (3A, 4-0)

14) Western Hills (3A, 4-1)

15) Nicholas County (1A, 5-0)

16) Garrard County (3A. 3-2)

17) East Jessamine (4A, 3-2)

18) Anderson County (4A, 2-3)

19) Franklin County (4A, 2-3)

20) Russell County (4A, 2-2)

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