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BluegrassPreps.com 2nd Region Week 3 Review

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1. Lyon County (8-0): Remaining unbeaten in Week 3, Lyon County notched wins over Caldwell County, Graves County and Calloway County. One of the state's top players, freshman Travis Perry continues to lead the Lyons. Perry and teammates Jackson Shoulders and Brady Shoulders are combining to average nearly 55 points per game for the Lyons. Lyon County is slated face Livingston Central (Jan. 25, home), Trigg County (Jan. 29, away) and Henderson County (Jan. 30, home) in Week 4.
2. Madisonville-North Hopkins (3-1): The Maroons haven't played since outlasting University Heights 63-60 on Friday, Jan. 15. Kale Gaither is averaging 22.5 points per game for the Maroons. Madisonville-North Hopkins is scheduled to host Muhlenberg County for its next game on Saturday, Jan. 30.  
3. Hopkinsville (2-1): After being sidelined through the first two weeks of the season, Hopkinsville defeated both Trigg County and Muhlenberg County. In between the wins over Trigg County and Muhlenberg County, Hopkinsville dropped a game to Greenwood. Through Hopkinsville's first two games, Alijah Watts and Jamarcus Burks were averaging double figures in scoring. The Tigers are scheduled to match up against Webster County (Jan. 26, home), Owensboro Catholic (Jan. 29, away) and Dawson Springs (Jan. 30, away) in Week 4. 
4. Henderson County (4-2): Rejuvenated Henderson County notched back-to-back wins over Evansville Central (Ind.) and Ohio County following a six-point loss to Evansville Reitz (Ind.). Noah Curry, Eli Wilkes and Gerard Thomas are combining to lead a balanced Henderson County offensive attack. The Colonels are slated to visit Meade County (Jan. 26), Union County (Jan. 29) and Lyon County (Jan. 30) in Week 4. 
5. Webster County (7-2): The Trojans reeled off three consecutive wins from Jan. 18-Jan. 23, defeating Calloway County, Union County and Livingston Central. Destin Allen (20 ppg) and Hunter McNaughton (16 ppg) are leading Webster County. The Trojans are scheduled to visit Hopkinsville (Jan. 26), Caldwell County (Jan. 28) and Livingston Central (Jan. 29) in Week 4. 
6. Christian County (0-0): After missing out on the season's first three weeks, Christian County is scheduled to host Owensboro Catholic for a season opener on Tuesday, Jan. 26. The Colonels have additional upcoming games scheduled versus Paducah Tilghman (Jan. 29, away) and McCracken County (Jan. 30, home). 
7. University Heights (1-5): The Blazers were sidelined throughout Week 3. University Heights hasn't been on the floor for a matchup since falling to visiting Warren Central on Saturday, Jan. 16. DJ Quarles (18.7 ppg), KJ Crump (18.2 ppg), Amani McGee (14.7 ppg) and William Bryan (10.5 ppg) combine to lead the Blazers. University Heights is scheduled to host Owensboro Catholic on Saturday, Jan. 30. 
8. Trigg County (4-3): Following a loss to Hopkinsville, Trigg County reeled off three straight wins over Caldwell County, Cloverport and Dawson Springs. Trigg County is 4-2 after opening the season 0-2. DeVon Ladd, Daeyontae Thompson and Jhaden Vaughn are averaging double figures in scoring for the Wildcats. Trigg County is scheduled to face Todd County Central (Jan. 25, away), Crittenden County (Jan. 26, home) and Lyon County (Jan. 29, home) in the week ahead.  
9. Crittenden County (3-3): The Rockets are 3-3 six games into the season. In Week 3, Crittenden County notched wins over Livingston Central and Whitesville Trinity. Preston Turley, Gabe Mott and Preston Morgeson are combining to average double figures in scoring for the Rockets. Crittenden County has games scheduled versus Trigg County (Jan. 26, away), Caldwell County (Jan. 29, home) and McLean County (Jan. 30, home) in Week 4.  
10. Union County (5-4): The Braves dropped back-to-back games to Owensboro Catholic and Webster County before topping Apollo in Week 3. Union County is scheduled to face Dawson Springs (Jan. 26, away) and Henderson County (Jan. 29, home) in Week 4. 
11. Caldwell County (2-6): The Tigers are on a four-game losing skid following losses to Lyon County, Russellville and Trigg County in Week 3. Jabrion Spikes and Tripp Branch continue to pace Caldwell County, averaging 20 points and 15 points per game, respectively. Caldwell County is scheduled to meet Webster County (Jan. 28, home) and Crittenden County (Jan. 29, away) in Week 4.
12. Livingston Central (1-5): The Cardinals are on a three-game losing skid following losses to Crittenden County, Christian Fellowship and Webster County. Livingston Central is scheduled to meet Lyon County (Jan. 25, away), Webster County (Jan. 29, home) and Ballard Memorial (Jan. 30, home) in Week 4.
13. Hopkins County Central (0-2): On a lengthy layoff, Hopkins County Central continues to be sidelined due to COVID. The Storm are scheduled to host Whitesville Trinity on Saturday, Jan. 30. 
14. Dawson Springs (0-1): The Panthers dropped a season opener to Trigg County. Dawson Springs is scheduled to host Russellville (Jan. 25), Union County (Jan. 26) and Hopkinsville (Jan. 30) in Week 4.
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