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8th Region Week 8 Rankings and Review

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Week 8:
Not every team in the Region got to play this week, but there were some games that were played. We will recap those, look at who’s playing this week, and look at leading scorers from each team. 

1. North Oldham (16-2)
The Mustangs just keep winning. This time over a solid CAL team, they won by 16. They host Doss on Tuesday, before hosting South Oldham on Friday. Then finish the week up with Beechwood at home on Saturday. North Oldham is wasting no time getting their legs back under them from the light week from last week. North Oldham is led on the year by Grant Neal (21.3), Jack Fischer (13.0), and Ryan Howard (11.8). 

2. Woodford County (13-3)
Woodford didn’t play this week but have a huge game tomorrow as they host Oldham County. They finish the week up with Collins on Friday. WoFo is led on the year by Santonio Waide (18.0), Layton Starks (13.3), and Omari Jointer (10.2). Can’t help but wonder how good this team would’ve been had Jasper Johnson stayed. 

3. South Oldham (9-6)
The Dragons had one game last week and won it in convincing fashion over Owen County by a score of 90-62. South Oldham is back in action on Tuesday as they travel to Trimble County, and then Friday as they travel to North Oldham in a big time matchup. South Oldham is led by a balanced effort on the year by Julian Miles (16.1), Christian Veirs (15.3), Jake Fithian (13.5), and William Burnside (11.1). 

4. Oldham County (14-5)
Oldham Co won their only game of the week over Anderson by 20 points. They have a huge game tomorrow as they travel to Woodford and look to knock them off. They finish the week up with Shelby County on Friday at home, then host Central on Saturday. The Colonels are led on the year by Max Green who is scoring 31.9 per game shooting 51% from the field, 43% from 3, and 84% from the line. What a year! 

5. Spencer County (10-8)
Spencer didn’t let the snow affect them as they went 2-0 on the week with a 37 point win over Bullitt Central and a 12 point win over Grant County. The Bears kick the week off tomorrow with Collins at home, and then host Anderson County on Friday. Spencer is led on the year by Luke Erhardt (21.1), Camden Cox (15.4), Keaton Baird (12.2) and Jack Armstrong (9.9). 

6. Walton-Verona (14-6)
The Bearcats faced a 12 point setback to Covington Catholic at home in their only game they played this week. That’s now two straight losses, and they look to get back to their winning ways as they play in the All A State Tournament this week. They kick off action Thursday at 1:00 against Augusta at The Corbin Arena. WV is led on the year by Aaron Gutman (21.0), Julian Dixon (15.5), and Zach Smith (12.6). 

7. Gallatin County (12-5)
Gallatin went 1-0 on the week with a 42 point win over Eminence. They host Henry County on Tuesday, then travel to Simon Kenton on Friday. The Wildcats are led on the year by Matthew Griffin (18.2), Kellen Dossett (14.9), and Andrew Brinker (10.5). 

8. Shelby County (10-7)
The Rockets dropped their only game on the week in a game with Spencer where they lost by 12 on the road. Shelby is back in action this week as they take on Tates Creek at home on Tuesday, before traveling to Oldham County on Friday. Shelby is led on the year by Dillon Ritchey (17.9), Michael Jones (16.4), and Dallas Mercer (10.8). 

9. Simon Kenton (7-11)
The Pioneers made the most out of their week by going 2-0. They beat Williamstown by 30 and Henry County by 27. Both of these games snapped a 3 game losing streak. SK is back in action this week on Tuesday as they travel to Conner and Friday as they host Gallatin County. Simon Kenton is led on the year by Travis Krohman (13.4) and Jay Bilton (11.2). 

10. Anderson County (12-7)
Anderson had a tough week going 0-2 with a 6 point loss to Bethlehem and a 20 point loss to Oldham County. It was tough to drop them out of the 10 slot however, with Williamstown getting beat by 30 and the Bearcats just beating Collins by 12 nine days ago. Anderson looks to get back in the win column as they travel to Rockcastle tomorrow before traveling to Spencer County on Friday. The Bearcats are led on the year by Carson Sutherland (14.8) and Treyton Hart (9.2). 


Best of the Rest:

11. Williamstown (11-4)

12. Collins (8-9)

13. Owen County (9-8)

14. Grant County (9-9)

15. Carroll County (4-10)

16. Henry County (10-10)

17. Trimble County (3-14)

18. Eminence (3-12)

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