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BluegrassPreps.com 11th Region Boys Basketball Week 9 Review


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1. Lexington Catholic (19-1) - The Knights finally fell from the ranks of the unbeaten this week but not in the way most expected. The much anticipated match up with North Laurel ended didn't go as planned as Lexington Catholic fell to PLD the night before but did recover nicely by destroying North Laurel. Ben Johnson solidified his case for Mr. Basketball with huge numbers all weekend. Catholic also picked up a win over Tates Creek early in the week. As the season comes to an end the Knights are scheduled to play Robertson County this week, a nice tune up going into the 43rd District Tournament. 

2. Frederick Douglass (13-1) - The Broncos picked up 2 more wins this week running their winning streak to 11 as they took down Scott County and Henry Clay. Douglass has shown all season they deserve to be in the discussion as one of the top teams in the state of Kentucky led by a 1st team all state player in DaShawn Jackson, and a legitimate contender for the 11th Region title. This week as the regular season comes to an end the Broncos are scheduled to play Sayre and Henry Clay. 

3. Paul Laurence Dunbar (10-5) - The Bulldogs got some revenge this week picking up a win over Lexington Catholic after falling to them in a close game the week before. They also picked up a win over Lexington Christian Academy earlier in the week. Dunbar fell to Ashland to end the weekend but had a huge effort from Nick Spalding all weekend. Dunbar is the only team to beat Lexington Catholic and Frederick Douglass this season and are another legitimate threat for a region title. The Bulldogs have completed their regular season schedule and like some other teams around the state decided to take the last week of the season off to avoid any potential Covid-19 quarantines before the postseason begins. 

4. Madison Central (14-8) - The Indians picked up 2 wins this week over George Rogers Clark and Barren County and dropped a game to Pulaski County. Also, this week the 44th District had their annual district tournament draw and the Indians drew Model. This week the Indians finish the season with games against Evangel Christian, Bryan Station, and Covington Catholic. 

5. Henry Clay (10-5) - The Blue Devils finsihed the week 2-1 with wins over Tates Creek and Sayre and dropped a close game to Frederick Douglass. The Blue Devils are locked in as the 2 seed in the 42nd District tournament. Henry Clay will finish the regular season with 3 straight 42nd district games playing Scott County, Bryan Station, and Frederick Douglass. 

6. Lafayette (9-12) - The Generals hot streak continued this week winning 2 games over Great Crossing and Lexington Christian and dropping a close one on the road to Western Hills. Lafayette has won 6 of their last 7 games and have started playing well at the right time. The Generals are another team who have decided to shut down the regular season and will not return to action until the 43rd District Tournament.

7. Lexington Christian (11-10) - The Eagles had a rough week going 1-3 dropping games to Paul Laurence Dunbar, Lafayette, and St. Henry but did manage to pick up a win over Pikeville as part of the State All A Tournament. This week LCA will play one game as they travel to Great Crossing. 

8. Madison Southern (10-10) - The Eagles had a an interesting week as they had to use there "covid backup unit" but finished the week 3-1 with wins over Central Kentucky Homeschool, Model, and Garrard County and a lose to Pike County Central. The best news of the week for the Eagles was the 44th District draw where they drew Berea and avoided Madison Central. This week the Eagles are scheduled to play Tates Creek to end the season. 

9. Bryan Station (8-8) - The Defenders finished the week 3-1 with wins over Great Crossing, Scott County, and Woodford County and lost to a good GRC team on the road. Station has the potential to win the 42nd District a make a deep postseason run. This week Bryan Station is scheduled to play Madison Central, Henry Clay, and Paris. 

10. Great Crossing (9-11) - The Warhawks finished the week 1-2 with a win over Paris and close losses to Lafayette and Bryan Station. 8th Grader Malachi Moreno, brother of former Scott County star Michael, set a school record with 33 points in a win over Paris. This week Great Crossing is scheduled to play LCA and Carroll County. 

11. Frankfort (13-6) - The Panthers continue their winning ways this week with a win over Nelson County. Frankfort has now won 6 of the last 7 games they've played. The Panthers finished in a 3 way tie for the 2 seed in the 41st District and ended up as the 3 seed after the tiebreakers and will play Western Hills in the district tournament. This week the Panthers are scheduled to play Bourbon County and Carroll County. 

12. Sayre (8-5) - The Spartans finished the week 1-2 with a win over Middlesboro and losses to Henry Clay and Estill County. This week Sayre is scheduled to play Frederick Douglass, Kentucky Country Day, and Whitfield Academy. 

13. Scott County (8-9) - The Cardinals finished the week 1-2 with a win over Franklin County and losses to 42nd District rivals Bryan Station and Frederick Douglass. This week Scott County is scheduled to play Henry Clay and Bullitt East. 

14. Franklin County (11-9) - The Flyers finished the week 2-1 with wins over Frankfort Christian Academy and Tates Creek and a loss to Scott County. This week Franklin County is scheduled to play Thomas Nelson and Anderson County. 

15. Western Hills (9-12) - The Wolverines finished the week 2-1 with two nice wins over Lafayette and Grant County and a loss to Owen County. Western Hills has an argument to be higher in these rankings but havent beaten any of the teams directly ahead of them. Western Hills has no games scheduled this week. 

16. Tates Creek (5-16) - The Commodores have now lost 6 in a row and 7 of their last 8. This past week they dropped games to Lexington Catholic, West Jessamine, Franklin County, and Henry Clay. Tates Creek has no games scheduled this week. 

17. Model (8-12) - The Patriots played one game this week and lost to Madison Southern then entered covid-19 protocol quarantine. They also drew Madison Central in the upcoming 44th District tournament this weekend. Model is scheduled to play Estill County and Berea this week. 

18. Berea (6-6) - The Pirates picked up 3 wins this week over Pineville, Nicholas County, and Bell County and dropped a game to Burgin. This week Berea is scheduled to play Model, Paris, Danville Christian, and Trinity Christian. 

19. Frankfort Christian Academy (4-14) - The Royals finished the week 0-2 with losses to Casey County and Franklin County. This week FCA is scheduled to play Whitfield Academy and Model. 

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