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Bluegrasspreps.com 13th Region Week 10 review


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1. North Laurel (21-2 overall, 8-0 vs. 13th Region competition)

The Jaguars will face-off against Red Bird Tuesday in semifinal action of the 49th District Tournament. They defeated the Cardinals earlier this season, 81-19.
2. Harlan County (18-4, 5-3)
It’s do or die time for the Black Bears as they face-off against Bell County Tuesday during the 52nd District semifinals. The Bobcats are red-hot while Harlan County defeated them earlier this season.
3. South Laurel (17-5, 12-3)
Jeff Davis’ squad became the first team to punch a ticket into the 13th Region Tournament on Saturday after holding off Williamsburg, 80-71.
The Cardinals will play Corbin tonight in the 50th District title game. They are 2-0 against the Redhounds this season.
4. Corbin (13-6, 12-4)
The Redhounds are winners of 10 straight after upending Whitley County, 90-68, during Saturday’s 50th District Tournament semifinals.
Corbin will play South Laurel tonight in the 50th District title game with hopes of capturing a district title. The Redhounds are 0-2 against South Laurel this season.
5. Knox Central (13-5, 7-3)
The two-time defending 13th Region championship Panthers are scheduled to play Pineville in the 51st District Tournament semifinals this week.
Knox Central cruised to an easy 91-36 win over the Mountain Lions earlier this season.
6. Harlan (15-5, 11-2)
Jordan Akal and the Green Dragons continue to surprise this season with hopes of advancing to the 13th Region Tournament this week.
They play Middlesboro in Tuesday’s semifinal action of the 52nd District Tournament.
7. Bell County (16-10, 10-6)
The Bobcats are winners of four in a row and eight of their last nine games. Bell County will have to beat Harlan County during Tuesday’s 52nd District Tournament to advance to the 13th Region Tournament. They suffered a 77-46 loss to the Black Bears earlier this season.
8. Clay County (13-7, 9-5)
The Tigers may be ranked a tad bit too low but we will soon see. They’ll face off against Jackson County today in the 49th District Tournament’s semifinals and then will more than likely meet up with North Laurel for a second time this season. The Jaguars won the earlier meeting between the two teams with a 99-74 victory.
9. Barbourville (11-12, 7-9)
Coach Cody Messer is hoping his team will be healed up enough by the time Wednesday’s 52nd District semifinal game begins. The Tigers won an earlier meeting between the two teams.
10. Lynn Camp (11-11, 7-7)
The Wildcats hope to erase an earlier loss to Lynn Camp during Wednesday’s 51st District Tournament. Lynn Camp dropped an earlier 62-54 decision to the Tigers.
11. Middlesboro (5-14, 4-13)
Coach Lewis Morris will try to slow things down against Harlan, and that is something his teams have done, and been successful with in year’s past.
12. Williamsburg (11-10, 5-9)
The Yellow Jackets are one of the most improved teams this season. Their season ended Saturday after falling 80-71 in a hard-fought battle.
Micah Steely proved this season, he belongs to be mentioned as one of the top players in the region.
13. Pineville (10-10, 5-7)
The Mountain Lions have the task of trying to knock off two-time defending 13th Region champion Knox Central on Tuesday. Pine drilled lost, 91-36, during the two teams’ only meeting this season.
14. Whitley County (4-16, 3-15)
The Colonels have struggled throughout the season but looked a while lot better during the past two weeks. They were eliminated by Corbin on Saturday. 
15. Jackson County (5–12, 4-6)
The Generals just couldn’t get on track this season.they hope to do so tonight when they play Clay County.
16. Red Bird (0-20, 0-17)
The Cardinals will attempt you shock the region Tuesday when they play North Laurel during semifinal final action of the 52nd District Tournament.
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