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Week 3 Rankings

1.       Bardstown (5-1) (LW:1)

Bardstown holds onto the top spot despite losing it’s first game of the year to district rival Washington County. If they want to continue to hold that spot, they must shoot better than they did against Washington County.

2.       Larue County (5-0) (LW: 4)

Larue jumps two spots this week as it continues its dominance in the 18th district with wins over Green and Caverna this past week.

3.       Taylor County (5-1) (LW: 5)

Taylor moves up a couple of spots as well this week. They picked up a nice 60-57 win against Adair County last week.

4.       John Hardin (4-3) (LW: 2)

John drops a couple of spots this week after losing to district foe Elizabethtown in overtime. The Bulldogs should rebound just fine. Don’t look for them to drop much lower than the top 5.

5.       Green County (6-2) (LW: 7)

Green earns a win against Hart County but drops one to Larue County. Right now, Green looks to be the clear #2 in the 18th district

6.       Adair County (6-2) (LW: 3)

Adair drops their first 2 games of the season this past week but ended the week with a win against Russellville.

7.       Washington County (4-2) (LW: 14)

The Commanders make the biggest jump of the season in the rankings this week, going from 14 to 7. They picked up two important district wins this week including knocking off #1 Bardstown.

8.       Campbellsville (5-4) (LW: 😎

The Eagles hold steady at #8 this week but they ride a 3-game winning streak into this week. They’ll look to stretch that to 4 as they plan Danville and then after Christmas play host to the Campbellsville High School Holiday Classic.

9.       Central Hardin (5-3) (LW: 6)

Central drops a few spots this week after going 1-1 at the Beth Haven Classic. They’ll take this week off and then head to Gatlinburg for the Smoky Mountain Classic.

10.   Thomas Nelson (4-3) (LW: 10)

The Generals remain in the 10 spot. They went 2-1 last week but had a really disappointing 18-point loss to Bardstown. They’ll look to get  back on track with a game against Ft. Knox on Tuesday

11.   Elizabethtown (2-5) (LW: 16)

The Panthers weren’t going to stay down in the rankings for much longer and they picked up their first 2 wins of the season, defeating Hart County and then picking up a big district win against #2 John Hardin. They’ll match up against big riser Washington County on Tuesday.

12.   Bethlehem (3-4) (LW: 9)

Bethlehem goes 1-2 last week dropping games to Anderson County and Campbellsville. They’ll host Bardstown on Monday before heading to the Agringold Christmas Tournament in Western Kentucky.

13.   North Hardin (3-5) (LW: 12)

North drops one spot this week after a 1-1 week. Their one loss came to John Hardin, who they played well. The Trojans will play 3 games this week and then nothing until after the first of the year.

14.   Hart County (2-6) (LW: 11)

The Raiders had a tough week dropping 2 more to Russellville and district opponent Green County. The Raiders will take the week off before heading to Henry County for the Henry County Invitational. They’ll look to snap their 4-game losing streak.

15.   Caverna (3-4) (LW: 13)

Caverna drops both of their games this week by 20 plus points. They head to Clinton County for the Twin Lakes Christmas Classic. They need to get some momentum going and soon if they are going to have a shot in their district.

16.   Nelson County (1-5) (LW:15)

A double-digit loss to Thomas Nelson and a 9-point loss to Washington County this past week, left the Cardinals 0-2 for the week and down one spot in the rankings. They’re similar to Caverna in that they need to get something going and soon.

17.   Marion County (0-9) (LW: 17)

No rest for the weary, the Knights are still winless after an absolute beatdown by Fairdale at the King of the Bluegrass. It won’t get any easier for the Knights this week with a couple of more games at the KOB.

18.   Fort Knox (0-5)

Things don’t look much better for Ft. Knox either. They played only one game last week and it was a 41-point loss to Southern. They’ll get a shot at district opponent Etown and then Thomas Nelson, this week before they take off until after the new year.

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