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BluegrassPreps.com 11th Region Boys Basketball Week 7 Review

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1. Lexington Catholic (13-0) - The Knights continue to roll right along. Only one game was played this week but they picked up a win over rival Lexington Christian. Ben Johnson, as always, paced the Knights with 32 points and continues to make his case for Mr. Basketball. This week Lexington Catholic has 4 games in 4 days this week as they take on Sayre, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Henry Clay, and Tates Creek. 

2. Frederick Douglass (9-1) - The Broncos did not play any games this past week due to weather and Covid protocols. In any other year senior guard DaShawn Jackson would be making a solid case for region player of the year and Mr. Basketball but it just happens to be a season where Ben Johnson exist, but nonetheless what Jackson is doing is impressive. Up next for Douglass is Bardstown and Scott County. 

3. Paul Laurence Dunbar (7-2) - The Bulldogs played one game this week and picked up a win over Lafayette. Dunbar, like most Fayette County public school teams, have had to deal with the constant shut downs and delays because of weather and covid and cant seem to get into a real groove. This week PLD has 3 tough tests with West Jessamine, Lexington Catholic, and Trinity. 

4. Henry Clay (8-3) - The Blue Devils were another team who did not play any games this week due to weather and covid protocols. Henry Clay has been a bit of a surprise this year, with some unknowns stepping up in Aziel Blackwell and Darik Holman. This week Henry Clay plays Lafayette, Western Hills, and Lexington Catholic. 

5. Madison Central (11-5) - The Indians picked up a win over Bourbon County this week, and look to be the only team in the region who are having a somewhat normal season as far as games being played. Over the weekend the Indians social media mentioned Coach Feldhaus had a slip and fall and was injured, hoping for a quick recovery for him! This week Madison Central has 2 nice tests in North Laurel and Montgomery County. 

6. Lexington Christian (7-6) - The Eagles played only one game this week and lost a close one to rival Lexington Catholic. LCA did get some goof news as the All A State Tournament was rescheduled and will still be played. This week LCA plays Bluegrass United, Woodford County, and Tates Creek. 

7. Madison Southern (6-7) - The Eagles picked up 2 nice wins this week over Perry County Central and Great Crossing. Trent DeVries had big nights in both of those games. Coach Newton has done an outstanding job with the Southern program and they continue to get better every night out. This week Madison Southern plays Lincoln County, Corbin, and Berea. 

8. Scott County (5-5) - The Cardinals havent played a game since February 8th but are scheduled to get back in action this week. Scott County is scheduled to play Sayre, Bryan Station, Frederick Douglass, and Great Crossing. 

9. Sayre (6-1) - The Spartans make a surprise entry into the top 10 this week after 2 nice wins over Wolfe County and Bryan Station. Sayre hadnt played a game in a full calendar month before the two they played this week. Up next are some more opportunities for the Spartans as they play Scott County, Western Hills, Lexington Catholic, and Louisville Collegiate in a packed week. 

10. Bryan Station (4-4) - The Defenders take a steep drop this week after dropping a game to Sayre and now having dropped 4 in a row. As with other Fayette County public school teams they just havent had any consistent time on the floor. This week Bryan Station plays Tates Creek, Scott County, and Harrison County. 

11. Frankfort (9-5) - The Panthers are playing really well lately as they picked up 2 wins this week over Western Hills and Bethlehem. Junior Jackson Twombly has been putting up crazy numbers and scored his 1,000th career point this past week, congrats to him! This week Frankfort has 6 games in 6 days with Great Crossing, Frankfort Christian, Louisville Collegiate, Franklin County, Anderson County, and Rockcastle County. Quite a stretch. 

12. Great Crossing (5-8) - The Warhawks went 1-1 on the week with a blowout win over Frankfort Christian and an overtime loss to Madison Southern. Another team that has been affected by numerous covid shutdowns, Great Crossing just needs consistent time in the gym. This week is a busy one as they take on Frankfort, South Oldham, Western Hills, and Scott County. 

13. Franklin County (8-6) - The Flyers were hit by the covid bug this week and were without a couple key guys being quarantined and went to Mercer County and dropped a game that under normal circumstances they would probably win. Once again, FC could be a top 10 team in the region at some point if they can get it all together. This week the Flyers face off with Frankfort, Nelson County, and Lafayette. 

14. Tates Creek (4-9) - The Commodores did not play any games this week due to weather cancellations. This week Tates Creek is scheduled to play Bryan Station, LCA, Lexington Catholic, and Lafayette. 

15. Western Hills (6-8) - The Wolverines played only 1 games this week and dropped it to Frankfort and have now dropped 3 in a row. This week Western Hills plays Berea, Sayre, Great Crossing, Frankfort Christian Academy, and Nelson County. 

16. Lafayette (3-11) - The Generals played only once this week and fell to PLD. Lafayette has lost 10 of their last 11 games. This week the Generals play Henry Clay, Tates Creek, Garrard County, and Franklin County. 

17. Model (6-11) - The Patriots went 1-1 on the week with a win over Bluegrass United and a loss to Williamsburg. This week Model plays Williamstown, Trinity Christian, Mercer County, and Burgin. 

18. Berea (1-4) - The Pirates have not played a game in over 2 weeks. This week they are scheduled to play Western Hills, Estill County, Powell County, Jackson County, and Madison Southern. 

19. Frankfort Christian Academy (4-10) - The Royals went 1-1 on the week with a loss to Great Crossing and a win over Portland Christian. This week they play 41st District games with Frankfort and Western Hills. 

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