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6th Region Boys week 8 review

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6th Region after week 8

A great week of games has caused some movement in the rankings - let's see what's going on in Region 6!

(season averages in parenthesis)

1. DeSales (12-5)   The Colts continue to play all comers.  They won two close games this week against quality opponents - winning @ Collins (53-48) and vs. Doss (75-73).  Senior Devin Perry has continued to impress, cementing himself as the likely player of the year in the region, raising his season average to 20.9p a game.  Sekou Kalle continues to be a force (19.2p/11r) inside to give DeSales possibly the best 1-2 punch in the Louisville area.  The Colts, like most of Region 6, play in the LIT this week - opening play on Tuesday @ home.

2. Fern Creek (7-4)    The Tigers had wins this week over Manual (56-51) and Bullitt East (66-56)  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.  LIT this week!

3. PRP (9-2)  The Panthers had very solid week - Going 3-0 with wins over Evangel (94-56), Bardstown (77-70) and Fairdale (89-49). Soph Zee McCown has raised his scoring average to 19p a game, and  jr. Vic Lado (11p/7r) and sr. G Nevin White (11p) are giving PRP a balanced attack.  LIT this week!

4. Doss (7-3)  The Dragons are another team that have really challenged themselves with a challenging schedule.  Doss had two great wins over Oldham Co. (54-50) and @ Bullitt East (69-61) before losing a heartbreaker to DeSales (75-73).  Senior Tony Moss (16.8p/ 8r) is leading their balanced attack,  but all 5 Doss starters average 9p a game or higher. LIT this week!

5. Butler (4-2)  After being on a pause for Covid  - the Bears got back to action this week - losing to CAL 77-65 but then upsetting highly ranked John Hardin at home 83-77.  Sr. Tae Dozier leads the Bears (17.2p) and had 33 in the win over JHHS.  Butler is another team that spreads the wealth - they have 4 players all averaging between 8.3 to 10.8p  - LIT this week!

6. Western (5-4)  Western had two good wins this week - defeating Spencer Co.(49-47) and Bullitt Central (64-38) So. Trent Hinkle (14.1p) and Sr. Janhoi Lee (13.3p) lead the Warriors in scoring.  LIT this week!

7. Bullitt East (8-7)   Bullitt East played well but came up short this week vs. Doss (69-61) and Fern Creek (66-56).  The Blanford's, jr. Tucker (15.5p) and sr. Will (13.5p) and are pacing the Chargers, with sr. Collin Powell chipping in (10.7p).  LIT this week!

8. Jeffersontown (2-5)  The Chargers finally returned to the court on Sat - losing @ Eastern 76-62. No stat report filed.  LIT this week!

9. Southern (7-3)  The Trojans went 3-0 this week with wins over North Bullitt (82-81), Waggener (73-65) and Washington Co. (55-43)  Sr.'s Camden Pfeister (18.4p), 6' 9" C Evan Frederick (15p), and Xavier Shobe (13p) lead the Southern attack.  LIT this week!

10. Holy Cross (12-5) The Cougars of HC also went 3-0 this week - getting big district wins over Fairdale (56-47) and Valley (56-48) as well as beating Portland Christian (79-66)   Fr F Jacob Hand is leading HC in scoring (16.6p).  LIT week!

11. Evangel (6-9)  The Eagles had a busy week - losses to PRP and North Hardin, but wins over KCD (68-63) in the all A sectional and No. Oldham (73-71)  So. Dawson Black continues to lead Evangel in scoring (20p) but the additions of 10th grader C Cyr Malonga and jr. G Gage Mabry will change the attack for the Eagles going forward.  They get back to action on 3/2 playing Somerset in the All A semi-state.

12. Beth Haven (15-4)   Beth Haven got 2 wins this week - defeating Cloverport (81-29) and Atherton (64-45)  Jr. Luka Mateski continues to pace Beth Haven (22.5p/10r) and sr. Luke Easley, who scored his 1000th point this past weekend, is averaging 14 a game.  LIT week!

13. Bullitt Central (9-11)   BC went 2-2 this week with wins over Meade co (61-58) and Iroquois (67-48) and losses to Thomas Nelson (66-65) and Western (64-38)   Jr. Hunter Coleman (19.1p) and Sr. Gavin Hedges (17.2p) continue to lead the Cougars.  They play again on 3/1 hosting Grayson Co.

14. Moore (3-6)  The Mustangs won both their games this week - North Bullitt (81-77) and Iroquois (68-53)   Sr. Darius Carver (16p) is leading the team in scoring. LIT week!

15. North Bullitt (6-12)  North Bullitt went 0-3 this week with losses to Southern (82-81), Moore (81-77), and Shelby Co. (74-54)   The Geary brothers - Ryan (14.4p) and Dalton (12.6p) are pacing the Eagles.  They will play in the LIT this week

16. Valley (1-5)    The Vikings got back to the court this week with a loss to Holy Cross (56-48)  Armani Carr is leading the team in scoring (11.2p)  LIT week for Valley

17. Iroquois (1-4)   The Raiders returned to action this week, losing to Moore (68-53) and Bullitt Central (67-48)  LIT week!

18. Fairdale (2-9)  The Bulldogs went 1-2 this week, losing to Holy Cross (56-47) and PRP (89-49) and defeating CEC 88-45.  So. Dalton Hicks is pacing the team (15p)  LIT week!

19. Whitefield Academy (0-15)  The Wildcats lost games this week to KCD, Brown, and Cloverport.  Sr. guard Nicholas Flores paces the Wildcats (15p). They next play Nelson co. on 3/1.

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