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2nd Region Week 10 Review


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Biggest game this past week in region 2 was between Hopkinsville and Christian County. This was the first year in quite some time that this game wasn’t for who would be the number one seed in District 8 and a favorite to win region 2. This year, the second seed is up for grabs and neither are favored to go to Rupp Arena. Madisonville and UHA both still look to be on a collision for the Region 2 title Here are this week’s rankings:


1. University Heights Academy – Coach Grant Shouse


2018-19 record: 22-4

Week’s Record: 1-1

All “A” Classic Champions


University Heights played an easy game against Fort Campbell winning almost 50 points. They then travelled to Eads, TN where they played one of the best teams in Tennessee, Briarcrest Christian. They didn’t play their best game of the year and they were unable to overcome some sloppy play and the Blazers lost 76-65. They play 3 of their last 4 games at home including rivals Christian County and Hopkinsville.


2. Madisonville North Hopkins – Coach Matt Beshear

2018-19 record: 19-5

Week’s Record: 4-0


The Maroons extend their winning streak to twelve games. They suffered through some very close games throughout the week. It started with a 54 point win against Dawson Springs before defeating Owensboro Catholic in a nail biter 58-57. The streak continued at Caldwell County as Madisonville won 80-70. They finished off in Bowling Green against Bardstown, coming away victorious 66-56. Evansville Day (IN) and Webster County this week.


3. Hopkinsville – Coach Larry Miller

2018-19 record: 14-9

Week’s Record: 1-0


The Tigers hosted crosstown rival Christian County in their only game of the week. James Nicholas scored 11 and Don Victor with Reece Jesse each scored 10 as Hopkinsville defeated the Colonels 53-51. Next up, the Tigers will travel across town to play University Heights Academy who they lost to by 6 early in December. It will be a tough match up for Hopkinsville.



4. Christian County – Coach Kerry Stovall

2018-19 record: 12-13

Week’s Record: 0-1


The Colonels lost to Hopkinsville in a heartbreaker 53-51. They have made some big improvements throughout the season, even if their record doesn’t show it. Coach Stovall has seen his team improve each week and will put up a big fight in the District tournament in the coming weeks. Until then they play Fort Campbell, UHA, Union, and Pulaski county.


5. Caldwell County – Coach Daniel Kukahiko

2018-19 record: 14-8

Week’s Record: 1-1


The Tigers had two games this week. In the first they defeated Hopkins County Central 74-58 while they couldn’t overcome Madisonville North Hopkins, losing 80-70. They have 3 games they should win this week coming ever closer to the 20 win season. They will play Dawson Springs, Crittenden County, and Trigg County.



6. Henderson County – Coach Tyler Smithhart

2018-19 record: 12-8

Week’s Record: 1-0


Henderson County defeated Union County in their only game of the week. Corey Stewart led the Colonels with 23 points and Holden Raley added 18 points. Henderson will play a rematch with Union County before playing Apollo and Livingston Central.


7. Lyon County – Coach Jeff Embrey

2018-19 record: 16-8

Week’s Record: 3-0


The Lyons had a great week this week winning all three of their games. They defeated Trigg County 68-52, Fort Campbell 69-40, and St. Mary 74-47. This week the games will be a little tougher as they travel to Hopkins County Central before hosting Union County.



8. Union County – Coach Shane Smith

2018-19 record: 12-7

Week’s Record: 2-1


Union County opened the week with a loss against Henderson County 79-69. However they rebounded nicely as they defeated Webster County 65-55 and followed that up with an 84-61 win against Apollo. The Braves will have the chance to get back at Henderson this week before playing at Lyon County on Friday.


9. Webster County – Coach Jon Newton

2018-19 record: 12-10

Week’s Record: 0-1


Webster took the loss against Union 65-55. Tyler Camplin led the Trojans with 21 points. They have now lost 4 games in the row and will try to end that streak this week against Hopkins County Central, Owensboro Catholic, Hardin County (IL), and Madisonville.


10. Hopkins County Central – Coach Lee James

2018-19 record: 9-11

Week’s Record: 1-1


Hopkins County had a disappointing game against Caldwell County. Things didn’t quite go as planned as they were defeated 74-58, a team they defeated just a few days before. They recovered nicely as they had a convincing win against Dawson Springs 70-28. They will play Webster County and Lyon County this week before hosting Dawson Springs again.


11. Livingston Central – Coach Chris Green

2018-19 record: 12-11

Week’s Record: 1-0


The Cardinals defeated Crittenden in a close game 53-52. They will play Christian Fellowship, Henderson County, and Hickman this week.


12. Dawson Springs – Coach Chad Burgett

2018-19 record: 9-13

Week’s Record: 2-2


Dawson Springs was a busy team this week playing four games. They were handily defeated by Madisonville and Hopkins County Central, but were able to defeat Community Christian and Frederick Fraize. They will play four more games this week against Caldwell Co., Trigg Co, Crittenden Co., and Hopkins County Central.


13. Crittenden County – Coach Denis Hodge

2018-19 record: 7-14

Week’s Record: 0-2


The Rockets couldn’t pull off a win for the fourth week in a row, instead they lost to Marshall County big, but by only 1 to Livingston Central. They will play Hardin County (IL), Caldwell County, Dawson Springs, and St. Mary this week.


14. Trigg County – Coach Payton Croft

2018-19 record: 8-15

Week’s Record: 0-1


Trigg County played Lyon County this week, but couldn’t pull out the victory 68-52. They will play Dawson Springs and Caldwell County this week.


15. Fort Campbell – Coach Robbie Townsend

2018-19 record: 5-16

Week’s Record: 0-2


The Falcons tough season continues as they lose to University Heights and Lyon County. That makes 10 games in a row. They play two more tough teams this week against Christian County and UHA.

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