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  1. 1 point
    Vols are skyrocketing in recruiting this cycle, currently #2 nationally and trying to push my Buckeyes for #1. Are they going to restore order in the East?
  2. 1 point
    You trading futures or day trading Tennessee stock?
  3. 1 point
    I’m buying Tennessee stock right now. They’re recruiting like Stoops did to kick off his run at UK, but better.
  4. 1 point
    UT has been way down the past several years. And I agree, they aren’t near the top of the list to contend for the East. My confidence in UK football is at an all time high. I’m a numbers guy though. We’ve beaten UT twice in my lifetime. If it’s a coin flip for UK or UT to finish 3rd, I’ll take UT every time.
  5. 1 point
    How do you include UT in that list? Mizzou and SCar have had more recent success than UT. We’re only 1 year removed from UT being on a 3 year losing streak to Vandy. If there’s a pecking order, UT is no where near the top of the list.
  6. 1 point
    UK has finished ahead of UT 2 of the past 3 years. Until UT beats UGA or UF, they are no better than UK in the SEC East.
  7. 1 point
    That wasn’t the question at hand though.
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    They’re roughly 50-7 against us sine 1960. You willing to bet against that kind of streak? Until UK regularly challenges for the east, we’ll alway be an underdog to UT. There’s something called a pecking order and UK football is way down the list on that order. Until proven otherwise, UT, UGA and UF are the contenders in the East. Anything else would be an upset.
  9. 1 point
    That's what we were discussing, that they were as good a chance being 3rd as anyone. No one was saying they were going to win the east.
  10. 1 point
    Because for anyone who isn’t 100 years old, we’ve never seen UK be in contention. We’ve had some success the past few years, but never really challenged for the East. Nothing different this year. We may win 6,7,8 or 9 games. We’ll still be , at best, the third best team in the SEC East.
  11. 1 point
    Why? Bowden is really the only key loss.
  12. 1 point
    Georgia and Florida are above the rest of the East right now. After that it’s a toss up til you get to Vandy. I’d go UK, Tenn, Scar, Mizzou after UGA and UF. The 2 most intriguing games in the east though will be the Worlds Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party, and the UK/UT game. Is the game in Lexington this year?
  13. 1 point
    I just don't see it happening this football season, if there is a football season. UK will probably be better than 5 or so years ago but I cannot see being as good as the past two.
  14. 1 point
    Hasn't UK been top 3 in the east the last few seasons?
  15. 1 point
    I wish I could say UK but I can't say it without a chuckle.
  16. 1 point
    Tennessee going after the quantity over quality. Definitely won’t last, but hey credit to them. They have a bad roster.
  17. 1 point
    Vols keep 4 star in state TE Hudson Wolfe away from OSU. Lack of visits due to COVID is beating my Bucks up. UT at #3 nationally, #1 in the SEC. Neither spot will hold but won’t fall too much, incredible work this cycle.
  18. 1 point
    Yup it’s crazy, I wonder if we could see a flood of decommits in the fall if things open up and kids can take officials.
  19. 1 point
    Added another top 150 kid, remains #2 nationally, #1 in the SEC. Certainly won’t stay there though. Vols fans have to be ecstatic.
  20. 1 point
    No higher than 4th? Lets see Georgia and Florida then.....?
  21. 1 point
    UT was extremely fortunate to beat UK last year and were very lucky to beat IU in the bowl game! They will finish no higher than 4th in the East this year!
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    They also had bumper crops with Kiffin and Butch... In both of those cases I felt Tennessee sold out to letting the "inmates run the asylum" and in the long run the highly ranked players they had on their roster did not translate to the success that you see other schools have. That is the key for Pruitt. A historical program in the SEC with a rampant fanbase, great facilities, and open spots for playing time can be very appealing to bring in a highly ranked recruiting class. What happens with discipline and transfers when too many promises are made or the wins don't come at first is what becomes the watershed. I know this about Pruitt from some VERY credible sources from his time as an assistant at UGA. - He is a first class recruiter. - He is also a first class jerk. - He is a habitual bridge burner. Maybe he has changed since his time on the UGA staff, but from what I have heard from some names I trust above all else, he will either be a glorious success as a Head Coach or a glorious failure.
  23. 1 point
    Fair point, I use 247 though and believe they could end up top 10-12 with an 89 average player rating. Two 5 stars and 7 four stars, to go with twelve 3 stars is quite a haul out of nowhere for UT. Only a handful of schools will get multiple 5 stars.
  24. 1 point
    Derrick Ansley and Tee Martin are very good recruiters. Both have put time in coaching at UK at some point.
  25. 1 point
    I don't think UT is back, but possibly headed in the right direction.
  26. 1 point
    That ranking is pretty inflated by the fact that they already have 21 commits. On Rivals, the Vols current average star ranking is 3.38. That's probably good for a top 15 or top 20 class at the end of the cycle. Good but not great class for Tennessee if that holds up.
  27. 1 point
    Pruitt channeling his inner Mark Stoops and why not. Kids are buying into it.
  28. 1 point
    Not being able to bring prospects to Knoxville due to Covid19.
  29. 1 point
    What would you attribute the boost in recruiting to?
  30. 1 point
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 6, 2020 Following the completion of the 2020 KHSAA Basketball season, the Association has chosen the finalists for the sport’s Official of the Year Award. Of the 1,782 licensed officials in basketball, Raymond Lightfoot (Frankfort), Hannah Reynolds (Island), Rian Craft (Burkesville) and Brian Johnson (Jenkins) were chosen as finalists with Lightfoot selected as the 2020 KHSAA Basketball Official of the Year. The KHSAA will honor the top licensed officials for the 2019-20 season during the course of the year, with the honorees for each sport chosen in the weeks immediately following each respective sport’s championship. Finalists in each sport are selected through a combination of not only on-field/court performance but local association activity and leadership, training efforts and the mentoring of newer officials. One official in each sport will be named “Outstanding Official of the Year” for his/her sport in appreciation of their dedication and service to schools and student-athletes across the state. Winners are selected following consultation with local assigning secretaries, veteran officials’ observers, coaches throughout the state and additional staff review. Each finalist will receive a commemorative watch and certificate courtesy of the Officials Division Trust Fund, with the Official of the Year receiving an additional recognition award. With officiating numbers declining at the national level, the KHSAA is always accepting applications from individuals interested in giving back to their community. Officiating remains a great avenue to stay active, earn extra spending money and ensure that high school athletics are preserved for the current and future generations. To get involved as an official, visit Officiating Information | Kentucky High School Athletic Association. 2019-20 KHSAA Outstanding Officials (winners in bold) FIELD HOCKEY – Megan McGrath (Louisville), Jamie Gatewood (Louisville) SOCCER – Terry Linscott (Radcliff), Gustavo Turmero (Madisonville) VOLLEYBALL – Mike Wooten (Paducah), Doug Grinnell (Elizabethtown) FOOTBALL – Shaun Williams (Lewisport), Jordan Tarrence (Lexington), Gary Wise (Louisville) WRESTLING – Brett Branson (Cincinnati, Ohio), Jon Eschan (Union) SWIMMING – Ruth Ann Bode (Fisherville), Terri Tonges (Versailles) BASKETBALL – Raymond Lightfoot (Frankfort), Hannah Reynolds (Island), Rian Craft (Burkesville), Brian Johnson (Jenkins)
  31. 1 point
    I went for a run last night and Cliff Nobles' THE HORSE came on. I can listen to that over and over again. That was a pep band classic for a HS football or basketball game in the early 70's. Still, every time I hear it, I think of that goalline stand our guys had at Paris in the 2nd round of the playoffs in November of 1994. We had a handful of really good players, but only dressed about 27 that night. Our opponent was a very good NewCath team coached by Bob Schneider. The day before, our practice stunk to the point that I thought our guys had given up on the season and saw little hope of winning. Thankfully, I could not have been more wrong. Our defensive coordinator was Phillip Burbage and our goalline defense had seven guys up front.... we struggled to even have seven big guys on our team! But, the good thing about it was that some of those big guys got a chance to get on the field. So, 4th and goal inside of the one yard line, Paris, KY, Blanton Collier Stadium, November playoff game, the Greyhound Band is playing "The Horse"...loud...our big guys play great! They don't allow any movement on the LOS. Our LB's are able to come over the top and stop the play. Our guys make the stop and celebrate. As soon as it happened, I was especially happy for our big guys. They didn't get the spotlight too often. But, here they were, on a tradition rich field, the band is playing "The Horse" the crowd is cheering.... this is their moment! Some of those big guys usually didn't get much recognition. Some didn't get a whole lot of playing time, even though they never missed a practice or a workout. But, in this moment, their hard work and dedication paid off. Most of the time, the guys that hang in there for all four years, they have their moment. Some will start and play a bunch. Some will just play a little, but usually, they all have their time. And, when they do, it is great to see it. Cliff Nobles- THE HORSE You can watch this play at : Black Shoes and White ShoeStrings: Cliff Nobles, The Horse and Earning that Moment on a HS Football Field
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    In December of 2007, several of us were standing in the hallways between classes at Mason County HS. It was finals week, just a few days before Christmas break was suppose to start. The weather was miserable, cold & windy. While standing out there, I get a phone call from my good friend, Chuck Smith, who at that time was coaching linebackers at the University of Kentucky. We are freezing, but Chuck is in Florida, enjoying GREAT weather on recruiting. One of the guys I am standing with in the hallways is our head basketball coach, Chris O'Hearn. He is pretty excited. Our basketball team, lead by future Mr. Basketball, UK Wildcat, & NBA player, Darius Miller, is getting ready to fly to Hawaii to play in a Nike Tournament for the best basketball teams in the country. I casually make the comment... "Yeah, all the good coaches are going to enjoy some great weather. The bad ones, like me, are stuck in the cold." The bell rings and I return to class. My classroom phone immediately rings. The voice on the other end says, "Coach Buchanan, this is Travis Davis with American Football Monthly. We would like to do a video on the Triple Screen and some other areas of football with you." I am stunned but really excited. He continues, "We will fly you to West Palm Beach, Florida, to do the videos." He continues to talk. My classroom phone is right next to my door. I am on the phone, checking caller ID, and then sticking my head out the door. This has GOT to be a joke. I am looking around, up and down the hallways for the likely culprits... Coach O'Hearn, Steve Appelman, Fred Hester, Chris Ullery, Seth Faulkner, Larry Harris, Kent Moore (probably just hung up the PA from singing Christmas Carols). I check caller ID and ask again... "Please, now who is this?? Where are you? What is this for?" I really can't believe it and don't believe it. But, it turned out to be legitimate! So, one January morning, when the temperature was below 30 degrees and the wind had blown the kids basketball goal up next to the house, I jumped in the car and headed to the airport in Cincinnati. When I arrived in West Palm Beach, the temperature was in the mid 80's and it was sunny. I was sitting in short sleeves, looking at palm trees. I met Travis and then spent the next 24 hours working with Rex Lardner, filming the videos. This was insane... I was in West Palm Beach, Florida, doing football videos, in late January! I enjoyed working with Travis and Rex. Really good guys who are exceptional in the work they do. For me, the moral to the story is God can do anything He wants to do when He wants to do it. It was a really cool way for God to show me that He loves me. It definitely got my attention. That event has also made me pay closer attention each day as different things happen. God communicates His love to us often through the day. If we are not paying attention, we may miss that. Because of my faith in God, nothing seems too little or too big. When God chooses me to serve Him in the smallest, most menial, humble ways and in a way that would be beneath others, I am good with that. I am serving Him and working for Him. When God chooses big ways, extraordinary ways, even situations that I would be in over my head in my own abilities, I trust Him with the outcome. I don't know what the future holds. But, big or little, I will be content to serve God in whatever way He chooses. And, if He decides to throw in some palm trees here and there, they will just be a great reminder of the incredible phone call that cold day in December of 2007.
  33. 1 point
    I watched the slant zone one years ago. The triple screen I remember Tony DeMeo talking about. Great little play.
  34. 1 point
    Thank you for the kind words and sharing your thoughts. Happy Saint Patrick’s Day to you and all of BGPreps. We are in tough times, but our spirit will not be crushed and we will help each other get through this difficulty.
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    Well said Chiefsmoke. I have never posted anything on this site but compelled to reply to this. On this crazy day in what has been and will continue to be difficult weeks this brought a smile to my face and warmth my heart, and not because of the palm trees. Kudos for the most honest and heartfelt post I have probably ever read on this site. Amen to all of it, and here is hope me and everyone can share the same type of attitude in these difficult times.
  36. 1 point
    Well here we are, another basketball season is about to pass. It seems like just a week or so ago when I published my first 2019-2020 article. I wish all the seniors the best as they move on to post-secondary life. I hope that all of you use your gifts and talents to help your fellow man and make the world a better place. I anticipate a crowded gym and parking lot this evening at NKU, you may want to arrive a wee bit earlier than usual. I will probably try to be on campus by 6:30. I recall in 2015, I tried to make it to the championship game and five minutes after tipoff I was still looking for a parking spot. It is not looking good for me to make a trip to the Sweet 16 this year, so tonight is my last chance to see a high school basketball game. I think this game will be very competitive. Venue: BB&T Arena Time: 7:30 Prediction: I have never had a season where almost everything I predicted would happen has never happened. I have made, I think, 14 calls this year and only 1 of them have come to fruition (Dixie over Lloyd). So round and round we go. It's like Vizzini arguing with Carey Elwes about where the Iocane Powder is when it really doesn't matter because Elwes had spent the last few years building an immunity to Iocane Powder. This is probably the best Highlands team I have seen since I moved to Bellevue, as a 1st Grader, in 1987. Admittedly, I did not pay much attention until around 1995. There are those that feel I have not given the Bluebirds enough love this year in my weekly rankings and the fact that they are playing in the Championship Game would seem to support that. Covington Catholic has been #1 all year and, despite the darts, they continue to perform at a high level. There are some very talented players that wear that uniform. I look forward to seeing the crazies do their thing. So who is going to win? I'll pull a Bobby Heenan move when he was asked who would win the U.S. Heavyweight Championship Tournament final bout between Sting and Meng..."I'll tell you tomorrow."
  37. 1 point
    Region 1 Tournament Preview – Murray State University At the beginning of the year all the hype was about two teams and two players. Zion Harmon with Marshall County and Jackson Sivills with McCracken County. It seemed that Marshall would be the favorite this season because they were going to have the one of the best players in the state and were playing a national schedule against some of the best teams in the country. Reality set in quickly that they were not ready for that type of schedule and McCracken defeating them on their on court. When they finally met a second time, Marshall had been playing their best ball of the season and it ended up the same. Two close games with the Mustangs coming out on top. In the meantime, some of the other teams in the region showed real improvement and what looked like only a two team race has turned into much more. This should be an exciting tournament and is definitely not a slam dunk for McCracken County like it seemed in mid January. The only thing that could make this tournament better, was if Murray was in it. It is sad to see such a successful season and team get knocked out in district play. Don’t count out Calloway County or Paducah Tilghman, either team could earn their ticket to Rupp given the right breaks and right circumstances. Should be a fantastic region 1 tournament again this year. McCracken County (27-5) The Mustangs proved all year they were the team to beat in Region 1 as they went undefeated in Region 1 play going 17-0. During that they had a number of close games which really shows how open this region really is. They beat Calloway County by 5 points, Marshall County twice, once by 4 points and once by 5 points. They beat Graves by only 6, and Paducah Tilghman by only 3. Any one of those game could have gone the other way, so McCracken will have their work cutout for them as they drew the toughest team they could have for the first round, Calloway County. If they defeat Calloway they most likely will face Mayfield, which they haven’t seen this year. After that it will most likely be either Marshall County for a third time or Paducah Tilghman for a 4th time. The Mustangs are led by region 1 Player of the Year Jackson Sivills. He is scoring almost 22 points per game and pulling down almost 8 rebounds per game. He is deadly from three point range hitting over 41% he attempts, which he took 194 of this season. He is also an 84% free throw shooter, and likes to take it to the basket when he isn’t draining threes, so he is very difficult to game plan for and guard. Noah Dumas is the other scoring threat for McCracken. He averages 13.4 ppg and can also shoot from the outside, but isn’t as accurate as Sivills. Overall the team averages 66 ppg while only giving up 50.5 ppg. Marshall County (21-10) Marshall was supposed to be the team to beat this year, and while they have been good, they haven’t been the best team, but most likely have been the second-best team. They spent much of the first half of the season playing a national schedule and piling up losses against teams that just outmatched them. After settling down and playing a Kentucky schedule, they started racking up wins and confidence, winning 14 of their last 15 games, with their only loss coming to Calloway County by 1 point, which they avenged in the district title game. The only other team in Western Kentucky they lost to was McCracken County, twice. Zion Harmon is a brilliant talent and is without doubt what makes this team go. He averages 25.4 ppg, and he is money from the free throw line (missed only 13 this year). He could improve from outside, but is respectable. The Marshalls are at their best when they don’t rely solely on Harmon, and they have talent to do that. Jonathan Stokes gets almost 15 ppg and 10 rpg. Tyler Powell adds almost 13 per game. This team defeated Calloway County without Harmon who had to sit out a game. Together they can put a game together that can take out McCracken if they should meet them in the finals. Paducah Tilghman (20-11) Tilghman has been a much more consistent team this year than in previous years and they have the talent and ability to win the region, albeit a long shot. They have played both McCracken and Marshall close they year, and easily defeated Calloway County twice. They did lose to their first round opponent Carlisle County, but it was the first game of the season, and this team is much better than it was then. Expect the Blue Tornado to win their first round game, and battle hard for a difficult win against Marshall County. They had trouble stopping the Harmon/Stokes combo in those games and will have to figure that out if they are going to win. Tilghman is led by Michael Laster with 17 ppg and 5.2 rpg, and Eli Brown adds 14.3 ppg. The Tornado average almost 67 ppg, but they give up almost 60 ppg defensively. The key for them to make it to Rupp, will be to get better at the free throw line, play stiffer defense, and get a few bounces and calls to go their way. Calloway County (18-13) It is really difficult to figure out this Laker team. One moment they are playing above their talent level and the next below it. As examples, they lose to Graves County by 22 points, and then defeat Marshall County. They get pummeled by Paducah Tilghman and then turn around and beat a very good Murray team to knock them out of the post season. This team can very well pull the big upset and take out McCracken in the first round. It would be a shock to many in the state, but to those following region 1 action, it is very plausible. Calloway is led by a trio of players. Chandler Steele leads the way with 15.5 ppg and 8.2 rpg. He is very good around the basket and can really frustrate teams inside on both ends. Cade Butler and Kade Mize take care of things in the front court averaging 11.6 ppg and 10.1 ppg respectively. Both have no problem shooting it from deep and when they get hot, Calloway is a very, very dangerous team. They only lost 3 games this season when they made more than 5 three pointers. This should be the best game to watch in the first round. Graves County (12-19) Graves record doesn’t seem like they belong in this tournament, but they have earned themselves some serious consideration as a Cinderella team. They have played the top teams in the region very well the last month of the season. They only lost at McCracken by 6, and backed that up by losing to Marshall by only 5. They did lose to both Mayfield and Carlisle at the end of the season which was a slight surprise because of how tough they played the top tier teams. So which team is going to show up in the first round of the region tournament will be crucial to their success. They will be a significant underdog to Harmon and Marshall County, but they have proven they can play with them on a given night. The Eagles will be led by Seth Thomas who is the teams leading scorer with 15.3 ppg. Grant Mason (6.8 ppg) stepped up big in both the Marshall and McCracken games, and will need to do so again if Graves is going to keep it close. Mayfield (20-9) Mayfield has been a consistent team in the middle of the pack of region 1 all year. They have won the games they were supposed to and lost games when they were underdogs. No significant upset win, but no real glaring loss either. They did play a lot of tight games against better teams, which could help with their confidence. Marshall County, Calloway County, and Paducah Tilghman all were games where the Cardinals lost by less than 5 points. One or two calls or bounces go their way and they do pull out an upset. That could happen this week. They should easily win their first round matchup with Fulton County, they are the weakest team left in the region and they just beat them by 24 two weeks ago. Second round game looms with either McCracken County or Calloway County, both would be heavy favorites. Mayfield have been without DeAngelo Brooks the last few games. He has averaged 14.4 ppg and it doesn’t look like he will be available for the region tournament. Kade Neely is the next in line to lead the team and he is averaging 13 ppg and has stepped up in Brooks’ absence. There are a variety of other role players that could play a part as there is a consistent rotation of these players. It is imperative that some of these guys step up in big ways if the Cardinals are going to move on to the finals. Carlisle County (20-10) The Comets had a strong finish to the regular season winning 11 of their last 13 games, with losses coming to McCracken County and Murray. The teams they faced were at the bottom of the region, although they did have a nice win against Graves County. The biggest win Carlisle has is against Paducah Tilghman in the first game of the season. However they will be significant underdogs this time versus the Blue Tornado. Carlisle is led by the tandem of Reese Anderson (15.6 ppg) and Elder Blake (14 ppg). They average 60 points a game on the season and don’t have any big strengths or glaring weaknesses in their stats or gameplay. The fact they will be the less talented team on the floor will be the biggest contributing factor to their success or lack thereof. Fulton County (14-15) Fulton County is coming out of one of the weakest districts in the state of Kentucky, and the closest game played against the remaining teams was a 9 point loss to Carlisle County in the district title game. They do not have much of a chance against Mayfield, as they lost big two times to the Cardinals in the last 3 weeks. They will be a major underdog in this first round game. The Pilots are led by Hayden Murphy (11 ppg) and Dylan Hammond (11.5 ppg). Colton Henderson and Jequan Warren also contribute 10 ppg for the Fulton.
  38. 1 point
    Stansbury was in attendance tonight. Really the 1st time I’ve seen Harmon focused on both ends of the floor.
  39. 1 point
    Louisville announced they are no longer recruiting Harmon. I wonder if that will affect his focus this week.
  40. 1 point
    Nice preview and nice predictions and good points by everyone (especially the reminder of the head to head records in the 9th. However, any of these teams can win...and I do think the game times and the week off will affect some teams more than others. My predictions are: St. Henry over Cooper by 10. Hat's off to Sully....he has Cooper playing their best basketball of the year, but the Crusaders are just too deep. Wyatt Vieth and Jude Bessler will shine. Cov Cath over Newport by 25. The Colonels are too disciplined and experienced to let down in this one. Disken and Green will come to play. Beechwood over Conner by 6. The Tigers will be seeking revenge over this earlier season loss. Riley, Downton and Draud with big games to win this one. Highlands over Dixie by 12. Vinson and team again are too deep and have played too well this year to take a game off. Overall a very close 9th region this year...with only Cov Cath the clear favorite. Should be a great tournament. Good luck to all the teams.
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    Regional Tournament Preview Hard to believe that the season is coming to a close. I hope to see some of you at NKU on Saturday. I wonder if the weeklong furlough will adversely impact the performance of some of these young men that have worked so hard to get to the regional tournament. Game 1: St. Henry vs. Cooper. Time: 12:00. Preview: I would assume that both Mr. Sullivan and Mr. Faust would have preferred to not play at 12:00 in the afternoon. Both squads must remain focused all week in order to perform at a time that, perhaps, they only have had only one opportunity to experience. Cooper is playing the best basketball that they have played all season and I predict a game that will be decided by 9 points or less. Game 2: Covington Catholic vs. Newport Time: 1:30 Preview: The Wildcats probably feel that almost all of NKY did not anticipate seeing them this week in Highland Heights. Newport’s fear of having to face the Colonels has come to fruition, but there are about eight other teams in the 9th Region that covet their position. I expect a tough-nosed game in the first quarter with Cov Cath methodically pulling away the final three quarters for a +20 victory. Game 3: Conner vs. Beechwood Time: 6:30 Preview: Both teams are playing good basketball right now, but it has been a long time since Conner lost. The Cougars did beat Beechwood in the regular season and the Tigers will be looking to avenge that loss. This has the potential to be a high scoring affair that will probably come down to the wire. I expect a close game that stays within 9 points or less from horn to horn. Game 4: Highlands vs. Dixie Heights Time: 8:00 Preview: On paper, it looks like a game that points all the way to the Bluebirds. On February 5th, Highlands did get the victory over the Red Colonels, but Dixie was able to put up 72 points. Highlands does come in favored and I believe only one Courageous Warrior, that will remain nameless, stuck his/her neck out there to predict a regional birth for Dixie Heights; however, the 34th District Championship was a close game and Coach Stainforth will work very hard to prep his boys for this one. I do see Highlands avoiding the upset and advancing to the semi-finals. Players to Watch: For the Crusaders Wyatt Beith Jude Bessler Cody Teeten For the Jaguars Gavin Rabe Kevin Centers Jacob Deere For the Colonels Grant Disken Neil Green Donovan Stocks For the Wildcats DaeShawn White KeAndre Nelson Kaleal Davis For the Tigers Scotty Draud Will Downton Mitchell Riley For the Cougars Jalen Scott Riley Osterbur Jared Hicks For the Dixie Height Colonels Ian Snelling Jay Flynn Jason Summe For the Bluebirds Sam Vinson Luke Muller Oliver Harris
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    I've said it on other threads; McCracken got a very tough draw for a top seed. Regardless, they have to beat the best to be the best. Mayfield got a pretty sweet draw.
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    Be a good time for Cooper to sneak up on someone.
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    Head-to-Head records among 9th Region Tournament particpants: 1. Cov Cath (8-0) 2. St. Henry (7-2) 3. Conner (7-2) 4. Highlands (5-3) 5. Beechwood (4-5) 6. Newport (1-7) 7. Dixie (1-7) 8. Cooper (1-8) St. Henry is in 2nd over Conner because of their win at Conner, and Newport is in 6th over Dixie because of their win at Dixie.
  46. 1 point
    Tri State Internet Sports Radio will be LIVE with all 4 games on Saturday. The broadcast link for all of the games is Tri State Internet Sports Radio is on Mixlr. Mixlr is a simple way....
  47. 1 point
    Centers playing at a high level right now. Could be right, and could be a good game, but I see St. H with the horses to pull through in the end.
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    I should have added Draud to this list also. Another crop of players to pay attention to are: Riley & Downton (Beechwood), Shea (St. H), Osterbur & Couzins (Conner), White & Nelson(Newport), Rabe (Cooper), McHale & Starks (CCH), Ahfeld (Highlands), Snelling & Geraci (Dixie).
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    My predictions in the first round. Cooper (might be going with my heart but I do feel it could be a little different game than in December with Jennings and Centers back neither played in the first meeting. ) CCH by a bunch Conner by 6-8 Highlands by 12-15
  50. 1 point
    Just curious PP1 who are you predicting to win the ST. Henry/ Cooper game and the Conner/Beechwood game??
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