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6th Region Boys week 7 review


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6th Region after week 7

We are starting to see some movement in the rankings now that all the teams have a few weeks under their belts - let's see what's happening!

(season averages in parenthesis)

1. DeSales (10-5)   The Colts continue to take on a brutal schedule.  With Covid changing the schedules for many teams - DeSales picked up two opponents this week - #2 in state Ballard (88-83 loss) and #8 in state Oldham Co. (77-72 loss)  While they lost both games, it did little to knock them out of their #1 in region ranking.  Senior Devin Perry has cemented himself as the likely player of the year in the region, putting up 40 vs. Male and raising his season average to 20.1p a game.  Sekou Kalle continues to be a force (19.3p/11r) inside to give DeSales possibly the best 1-2 punch in the Louisville area.  The Colts return to the court on 2/22 - traveling to Collins

2. Fern Creek (5-4)  The Tigers are another team that has played an extremely tough schedule.  They sandwiched a good win over a tough Doss squad (73-63) between losses to juggernauts Ballard (74-71) and Bowling Green (70-54)   Jr Darian Lewis is pacing the Tigers (14.6p) in scoring, and sr. guard Jaden Rodgers has returned from injury to play some minutes the last couple of games.  FC also got news that FL transfer TJ Toney will be eligible this week - which will give their backcourt a boost.  They return to the court on 2/26 vs. Manual.

3. PRP (6-2)  The Panthers had very solid week - defeating district foe Holy Cross 89-61 and then beating Doss 86-73. Soph Zee McCown leads the Panthers in scoring(18.1) and assist, but they are starting to get help from jr. Vic Lado (11p/7r) and after a slow start, sr. G Nevin White is rounding into form (21p/8r vs. Doss).  They next host Evangel on 2/22.

4. Doss (5-2)  The Dragons have raced out to a 5-0 record, but lost this week to tough opponents Fern Creek (73-63) and PRP (86-73).   Senior Tony Moss (17.7p/ 8r) is leading the team, but sharpshooters jr. Inslee Carroll (13p) and sr. Jeremiah Glover(12p) (30p outing in the PRP game) make up a solid 3-headed attack for Doss.  They next host top-10 Oldham Co. on 2/22.

5. Butler (3-1)  no games this week (quarantine) - scheduled to play John Hardin on 2/27

6. Bullitt East (8-5)   Bullitt East split games this week with Spencer Co. (65-60 loss) and Campbellsville (72-61 win).  The Blanford's, jr. Tucker (15.5p) and sr. Will (13.8p) and are pacing the Chargers, with sr. Collin Powell chipping in (11.2p).  Their next opponent will be Doss on 2/23.

7. Jeffersontown (2-4)  no games this week (quarantine) - scheduled to play Moore on 2/26

8. Western (3-4)  Western had a light week, only defeating Southern 70-63. Sr. Janhoi Lee leads the Warriors in scoring (16.8p).  They next play Spencer Co. on 2/23

9. Southern (4-3)  The Trojans split games this week with Western (70-63 loss) and Bullitt Central (69-45 win).  Sr.'s Camden Pfeister (18.3p), Evan Frederick (14.6p), and Xavier Shobe (12.7p) lead the Southern attack.  They next play North Bullitt on 2/23.

10. Holy Cross (9-5) The Cougars of HC went 0-2 this week - losing to district rival PRP 89-61 and Lou. Collegiate 58-56.  Fr F Jacob Hand is leading HC in scoring (17p).  They host Fairdale in a big district game on 2/22.

11. Beth Haven (13-4)   Beth Haven got 2 wins this week - a HUGE win over district rival Fairdale (63-61) and LIGHT-Danville (95-45) Jr. Luka Mateski continues to pace Beth Haven (22p/10.5r) and sr. Luke Easley, who scored his 1000th point this past weekend, is averaging 14 a game.  They host Cloverport on 2/23.

12. Evangel (4-7)  The Eagles did not play this week with the all "A" being postponed.  So. Dawson Black continues to lead Evangel in scoring (20p) and 8th grader Ben Tshaka is at 10p. 10th grader C Cyr Malonga and jr. G Gage Mabry have both received word that they are eligible and will surely add to the Eagles attack going forward. They get back to action on 2/22 traveling to PRP.

13. Iroquois (1-2)   no games this week (quarantine) - next scheduled to play Bullitt Central on 2/27

14. Bullitt Central (7-9)   BC split games this week with Shelby Co (57-54 win) and Southern (69-45 loss).  Jr. Hunter Coleman (18.9p) and Sr. Gavin Hedges (17.8p) continue to lead the Cougars.  They play again on 2/22 hosting Thomas Nelson.

15. North Bullitt (3-9)  North Bullitt is on a 5-game win streak.  This week they have wins over CKHS, Highlands Latin, and KCD (67-65) in winning the Lou Christmas Classic.  The Geary brothers - Ryan (14.3p) and Dalton (13.1p) are pacing the Eagles.  They play at Southern on 2/23.

16. Valley (1-4)    no games this week (quarantine) - next scheduled to play Shawnee on 2/25

17. Fairdale (1-7)  The Bulldogs went 0-2 this week, losing to Beth Haven (63-61) and Eastern (96-65)  So. Dalton Hicks is pacing the team (14.6p)  They are feeling the loss of sr. G Isaac Tedford, who has been playing through injury. They next play at Holy Cross on 2/22.

18. Moore (1-6)  The Mustangs got their first win of the season with a win over Brown (73-52).  Sr. Darius Carver (15.2p) is leading the team in scoring. They play at N. Bullitt in a district matchup on 2/25..

19. Whitefield Academy (0-11)  The Wildcats lost games this week to Shawnee and Atherton. Sr. guard Nicholas Flores paces the Wildcats (15p). They next play KCD on 2/23.

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