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3rd Region Week 6 Review: Tigers Taking Hold

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1. Breckenridge County Tigers (14-2) SAME

The Tigers continued to roll this week, running their winning streak to 10 games. On Tuesday, they rolled into Daviess County and took down the Panthers 79-63. Kobe Poole looked unstoppable at times, on his way to 36 points. Poole became the Tigers all-time leading scorer, moving past Breckenridge County legend Adam Mattingly. Mattingly, along with current head Coach Patrick Critchelow led Breck to a state championship and would go on to win a Division II national title at Kentucky Wesleyan. Congrats to Kobe! They followed that up with an 88-68 win over North Bullitt. Poole had 24 points and 8 rebounds, while Cole Tabor chipped in 16. They host Apollo on Tuesday before heading to Grayson County to close out the week.


2. Owensboro Red Devils (9-6) SAME

Owensboro had their lone game of the week snowed out. Word on the street is 6-5 Brennan Williams will return to the Devils lineup this week. Keep your eye on that development as they host Grayson County and Daviess County this week.


3. Owensboro Catholic Aces (11-5) SAME

Owensboro Catholic got back on the winning side of things this week, starting with an 87-51 blowout win over Whitesville Trinity. Freshman Jai Webb led the Aces with 16. This weekend they won the All-A semifinal matchup against Mclean County 77-61. They will rematch Trinity for the All-A title this week before closing out the week on the road at Apollo.


4. Muhlenberg County Mustangs (9-6) SAME

Muhlenberg County suffered a big setback this week, dropping a 10th district game to Mclean County 47-41. That sets up a huge rematch at Ohio County on Friday night that could end up determining which team gets a bye into the regional tournament. Before then, they will face Hopkins Central on Monday.


5. Ohio County Eagles (10-7) SAME

The Hartford Eagles had an up and down week, starting with a 49-44 loss against red hot Grayson County. Trey Lewis scored 14 in defeat. They bounced back with a 64-50 win against Trigg County. The Eagles host Barren County on Tuesday before their district showdown with Muhlenberg County on Friday.


6. Meade County Greenwave (8-8) UP 1

The Waves got above 500 for a short period of time early in the week with a 71-36 win over Hancock County. Chezney Wieck scored 16 in the win. They fell back to an even record with a tough loss against Elizabethtown, 70-63. Meade has a chance to stay above the 500 mark this week with games against North Hardin and Hancock County.


7. Butler County Bears (11-6) UP 3

The Bears bounced back this week and have now won 5 of 6 games. They scored a blowout win over Cloverport to start the week. Parker Rice had 25. Butler followed that up with an impressive district win over Grayson County 52-46. Hurt had 13 and Leevi McMillen was huge off the bench, chipping in 8. The win ended a 4 game win streak for Grayson County. The Bears have another big 12th district game on Friday, hosting Whitesville Trinity.


8. Whitesville Trinity Raiders (10-6) DOWN 2

Whitesville opened the week with a tough loss at Owensboro Catholic but they were able to put that loss behind them in All-A tournament play, scoring consecutive wins over Edmonson County in overtime and a blowout against Cloverport. Those wins moved the Raiders into the All-A championship against Owensboro Catholic. They also have games this week against Muhlenberg and a district game vs Butler County.


9. Daviess County Panthers (6-9) DOWN 1

Daviess County battled tough this week against great competition. Tuesday, they fell at home to Breckenridge County, 79-63. They followed that up with a hard fought loss to Warren East. The constant for Coach Hayden has been Dakota Walden. He averaged 27 points per game last week, upping his season average to 25 per outing. The Panthers take their show on the road this week with road games at Edmonson County, Owensboro and Whitesville Trinity.


10. Grayson County Cougars (7-11) DOWN 1

The Cougars opened the week running their win streak to 4 straight with a 49-44 win over Ohio County. Nolan Shartzer led the way with 17 and Spencer Sharp added 16. Their run came to an end on Saturday with a tough district loss to Butler County. They head to Owensboro on Tuesday before returning home with games against Cloverport and Breckenridge County to close out the week.


11. Mclean County Cougars (6-9) UP 1

Keep your eyes on Mclean County. They have competed well all season long and finally got over the hump with a huge district win against Muhlenberg County on Tuesday. Jacob Clark led the way with 18 points, while Brady Dame added a double double with 12 points and 10 boards. Clark was big again, in their All-A win over Hancock County, scoring 29! The Cougars dropped their All-A semifinal to Owensboro Catholic. Mclean hosts Lyon County in their lone game this week.


12. Edmonson County Wildcats (7-10) DOWN 1

The Cats split a pair of games this week, knocking off Thomas Nelson 76-64 before falling in All-A action against Whitesville Trinity in overtime. Edmonson returns home for a game against Daviess County before heading to Hart County to finish the week.


13. Apollo Eagles (1-15) SAME

Apollo was off this week but they get back to action in a big way, with games against Breckenridge County, Owensboro Catholic and Evansville Central.


14. Hancock County Hornets (4-11) SAME

The Hornets dropped games this week to Meade County and then in All-A competition against Mclean County. They are back in action at Meade County on Friday.


15. Cloverport Aces (0-13) SAME

Cloverport continues to struggle, dropping games to Butler County and Whitesville Trinity this past week. They head to Grayson County before returning home against Dawson Springs to close the week.



3rd REGION PLAYER OF THE WEEK - Kobe Poole - Breckenridge County - 19 points per game this season - Became Breckenridge Counties All-Time Leading Scorer with 36 vs Daviess County this past week.



TUE - Barren County at Ohio County, Grayson County at Owensboro

FRI - Breckenridge County at Grayson County, 9th District Games (Daviess at Owensboro, Catholic at Apollo), 10th district battle - Muhlenberg County at Ohio County

SAT - Daviess County at Whitesville Trinity

ALL A CHAMPIONSHIP - Whitesville Trinity vs Owensboro Catholic at Hancock County

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Tough break for Meade Co. as I heard on the radio broadcast that Chezney Weick suffered an ankle injury and did not play against E-Town. Meade controlled the game with a 14 point lead at one point in the 3rd quarter, but gave the lead away (and some) down the stretch. While Chris Armstead may have the biggest upside on the team, I do feel that Chezney Weick is the one player Meade can't do without at this time. I know this sounds like a broken record, but the E-Town loss may be another one that needs to be highlighted with an asterisk (key injury).

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Rumors out of Meade Co. are pretty bad. Chezney Weick may be out for a pretty long time due to his recent injury. Going to be hard to overcome his loss without going through some significant adversity. Someone has to step up in his absence, but it is starting to feel like no one is anywhere close to being ready. Not having Weick is no excuse for losing to North Hardin in blowout fashion. It's soul searching time now.

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