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2nd Region Boys Basketball Week 1 Review

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1. Lyon County (3-0): The Lyons are off to a 3-0 start in the 2020-21 boys' high school basketball season after notching wins over Crittenden County, Community Christian (Paducah) and Webster County. The trio of Travis Perry (Fr., 23.5 ppg, 5.0 rpg), Brady Shoulders (Fr., 14.0 ppg) and Jackson Shoulders (Jr., 10.0 ppg. 9.0 rpg) were each averaging double figures in scoring through the Lyons' first two games. Lyon County is scheduled to face University Heights in the first round of the 2nd Region All "A" Classic on Tuesday, Jan. 12. 
2. Christian County (0-0): Sidelined due to COVID-19, Christian County has had games versus South Warren, Male, Hopkinsville, Evansville Central (Ind.), Evansville Reitz (Ind.) and Evansville Harrison (Ind.) canceled. The Colonels are scheduled to host rival Hopkinsville in a season opener on Friday, Jan. 22. 
3. University Heights (1-2): The Blazers opened the 2020-21 season with back-to-back double digit losses to Paducah Tilghman and Owensboro Catholic before knocking off Marshall County. DJ Quarles (17.7 ppg), KJ Crump (17.3 ppg), William Bryan (12.7 ppg) and Amani McGee (12.3 ppg) are delivering for UHA. The Blazers are slated to face Lyon County in the opening round of the 2nd Region All "A" Classic on Tuesday, Jan. 12.
4. Madisonville-North Hopkins (1-1): Reigning 2nd Region champion Madisonville-North Hopkins pulled away to defeat Caldwell County in its season opener then dropped a game to Owensboro Catholic. Kale Gaither, a transfer from Union County, scored 23 points in the Maroons' victory over Caldwell County. Madisonville-North Hopkins has home games scheduled versus Warren Central (Jan. 12), Hopkins County Central (Jan. 15) and Lyon County (Jan. 16) in Week 2. 
5. Hopkinsville (0-0): COVID-19 has affected Hopkinsville's early-season schedule, too. The Tigers' first six games in the 2020-21 season have been canceled. Hopkinsville is scheduled to visit Trigg County for a season opener on Tuesday, Jan. 19.
6. Webster County (2-1): The Trojans recorded back-to-back wins over Caldwell County and Murray before losing to Lyon County. Seniors Destin Allen (22.7 ppg, 9.3 rpg) and Hunter McNaughton (14.0 ppg, 6.0 rpg) are combining to lead Webster County. The Trojans are slated to meet Hopkins County Central (Jan. 12, away), McLean County (Jan. 14, home) and Apollo (Jan. 15, home) in Week 2. 
7. Henderson County (0-0): The Colonels are headed into a highly anticipated season opener. Another team that has been sidelined due to COVID-19, Henderson County is scheduled to host Union County for a season opener on Tuesday, Jan. 12. 
8. Crittenden County (1-1): Following a loss to Lyon County in its season opener, Crittenden County bounced back to beat Livingston Central. The trio of Preston Morgeson, Preston Turley and Tyler Boone paced Crittenden County in Week 1. The Rockets are set to host Muhlenberg County on Tuesday, Jan. 12, 
9. Trigg County (1-2): After dropping back-to-back games to Marshall County and McLean County, Trigg County outlasted Hancock County 59-57 for its first win. De Von Ladd (18.7 ppg) and Jhaden Vaughn (12.7 ppg) are combining to average 30-plus points per game for the Wildcats early in the 2020-21 season. Trigg County is scheduled to visit Cloverport on Friday, Jan. 15.
10. Union County (2-1): The Braves exited the first week of the 2020-21 season 2-1. Union County claimed back-to-back wins over Apollo and Hopkins County Central prior to losing to Crittenden County. Through three games, Izaiah Manuel (19.3 ppg), Kristopher Hughes (10.7 ppg) and Kaleb Kanipe (10.3 ppg, 10.3 rpg) are combining to pace the Braves. Union County has games scheduled versus Henderson County (Jan. 12, away), Evansville Mater Day (Jan. 14, home) and McLean County (Jan. 16 at Owensboro Sportscenter) in Week 2.
11. Caldwell County (0-2): The Tigers are 0-2 after opening the 2020-21 season with back-to-back losses to Webster County and Madisonville-North Hopkins. Junior guard Jabrion Spikes is leading Caldwell County early in the latest prep hoops campaign. The Tigers are scheduled to host Livingston Central on Tuesday, Jan. 12.
12. Livingston Central (0-1): Livingston Central dropped a season opener to Carlisle County on Saturday, Jan. 9. Seniors Max Downey and John Barnes combined to score 41 points for Livingston Central in the season opener. The Cardinals are scheduled to visit Caldwell County on Tuesday, Jan. 12. 
13. Hopkins County Central (0-1): Hopkins County Central suffered a 10-point loss to Union County in a season opener on Thursday, Jan. 7 and hasn't played since. The Storm are scheduled to meet Webster County (Jan. 12, home) and Madisonville-North Hopkins (Jan. 15, away) in Week 2. 
14. Dawson Springs (0-0): The Panthers have been sidelined due to COVID-19 as well. Dawson Springs is scheduled to visit Hopkins County Central for a season opener on Thursday, Jan. 21. 


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