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McCreary Central vs. Lincoln County Predictions 1/29

McCreary Central vs. Lincoln County Predictions 1/29  

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  1. 1. McCreary Central vs. Lincoln County Predictions 1/29

    • Winner - McCreary Central
    • Winner - Lincoln County

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The game of the year in the 12th Region is finally here. The sharpshooting Raiders, #2 in the 12th region who are averaging 83ppg over the last five and three straight of 84+ points, will host the #1 team in the region, Lincoln County. More than likely, McCreary Central will stand at 18-2 and Lincoln County at 14-3 or 13-3 entering the game and both teams are #1 and #2 in scoring, respectivly. The Raiders, who are off to their best start in decades, have averaged over 10 "threes" a game over their last three game. The Raiders went to Stanford and won 77-74 last season.



McCreary Central:

71.8 PPG

56.5 OPPG


Lincoln County:

70.6 PPG

57.6 OPPG



McCreary Central 72

Lincoln County: 66

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I think this one will be a dandy. Rob Jones is one of the most under rated coaches in this end of the state. I would love for his team to take the Patriots, but Jeff Jackson is one of the best in the entire state and will pull this one out. Maybe Rob and the Raiders will take the rematch in the 12th regional tournament. Lincoln 71 McCreary 63.

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Home court will be huge in this matchup for the Raiders. I am not going to make a prediction, but am looking foward to seeing Watts play. He impressed me very much last year.


This seems to be the best two teams in the region, I would take a LC loss here if it meant a win in the region.

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