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10th Region Final Rankings and Post Season Preview

By teeroy - Final Regular Season Rankings: 1. Bourbon County (24-5) - The Colonels are led by a host of seniors. This could be their best team since the 1980s. Paducah Tilghman transfer Amirion Joyce leads the Colonels, and Brycen Collins is having a big season on offense and defense. Last Week: Defeated Pendleton County 79-54, defeated Harrison County 86-66 2. George Rogers Clark (22-7) - The Cardinals are led by a quartet of players. Senior Lincoln Bush is having an incredible season, especially from a rebounding perspective. Sophomore Jerone Morton, junior Jared Wellman and senior KJ Rucker are... Read More →

5th Region Week 11 Review

By SportsLife - 1. John Hardin (27-2): Staying on top, John Hardin beat both Bardstown and Nelson County. One of the state's top players, Alex Matthews is averaging a double-double of 23.5 points and 10.5 rebounds per game for the Bulldogs. Matthews has been named the 5th Region Player of the Year. 2. Elizabethtown (21-2): Remaining in the win column, Elizabethtown outlasted Taylor County in overtime and pulled away to beat Bardstown convincingly. Jaquais Franklin is averaging a team-high 21.7 points er game for the Panthers. 3. Bardstown (19-8): In a tough late-season stretch, Bardstown dropped... Read More →

9th Region Week 11 Review: A little more movement but nothing major.

By PP1 - Preface (too short to be a 'Prelude'): Well the final week of the season is upon us. There will be some very competitive games and some not-so competitive games. Next week's article is a little different because we combine our rankings with a district tournament preview. Regional Rankings 1. Covington Catholic (23-5): Cov-Cath lost to Male last week. They play Madison Central on the 21st. The Colonels will play Holy Cross in the first round of the district tournament. Read More →

1st Region Week 11 Review

By silo11 - Week Eleven Review: Some clarity took place this week, and some thing became more murky. McCracken County will be the team to beat going into the region tournament. Marshall seemed like they had number two locked up, however Calloway tripped them up this week, and then Murray is still playing strong. Paducah Tilghman took a step back and did not look like a team that could compete against those top three, or even Calloway. Here are the week 11 rankings : 1. McCracken County – BGP #10 Season Record: 24-5 McCracken spent this week trying to put away any doubt they are the number... Read More →

8th Region Week 11 Review - Oldham County Firms Up Its Claim

By ColonelMike - 8th Region Week 11 Review: Oldham County Firms Up Its Claim By Colonelmike Week 11 is in the books – only one week remains in the 2019 – 2020 regular season. The 8th Region rankings are settling down; the number one ranked Oldham County Colonels solidified their claim to the top spot this past week by upending #9 ranked Collins, the second-ranked team in the region (per this ranking) by eleven points at Collins. And – after there was no movement at all in the rankings last week – there was just minimal movement this week, with all of the movement occurring in the bottom half of the... Read More →

2nd Region Week 11 Review

By silo11 - Week Eleven Review: Madisonville-North Hopkins is a monster and they seem to be clicking on all cylinders. They are without a doubt a top 10 team in the state with a legit shot at winning it all. Henderson County has overtaken Webster as the number 2 team and Lyon County is making a case for being the number 3 team, but they are not quite there yet. Here are the week 11 rankings: 1. Madisonville North Hopkins – BGP #7 Season record: 24-3 Madisonville-North Hopkins had a very convincing win over University Heights, winning 73-58. They have two more games left in the regular season,... Read More →

3rd Region Week 11 Rankings

By ApolloFan98 - This weeks run down will be brief. I am out of town on business, I will keep it short and sweet. Next week however, I will provide an in depth district tournament preview along with my final 3rd Region Rankings and scoring leaders. 1. Ohio County Eagles (22-5) 7 wins in a row. 2-0 this week vs Whitesville Trinity by 26 and Edmonson County by 8. Close the season against Logan County and Madisonville. 2. Owensboro Red Devils (16-10) Loss to Bowling Green by 1. Win against Owensboro Catholic by 22. Close the season vs Henderson. 3. Muhlenberg County Mustangs (16-11) Defeated... Read More →

11th Region Week 11 Review

By mooremiller31 - As we enter the final week of the season in the 11th Region the top contenders for the region crown have risen to the top. Once again who really knows where or who to rank after the top 2 but thats why they play the games! District seeding is set in 3 of the 4 districts but the 42nd remains unfinished. Lets check out whats happened this past week in the 11th Region. TEAM RANKINGS 1. Lexington Catholic (25-2) - The Knights continue their dominance over 11th Region teams this past week as they went 2-0 on the road with wins over Lexington Christian Academy and Franklin County. Lexington... Read More →

16th Region Week 11 Review

By zebraman - Week 11 was a busy week in the 16th region as the rescheduling from “flu games” came into play. The Tomcats kept winning and is 26-0. Rowan and Boyd County both have shown they are on the top tier as well and look for the change to be the one that gives Ashland it’s first loss. Bath County continues to rise, playing very well as of late. Everyone is just looking forward to getting to the tournaments and playing the real season very soon. 1) Ashland (Season: 26-0 This week: 3-0) A new week but more of the same results for the Tomcats this week. Ashland was 3-0 for the week... Read More →

12th Region Week 11 Review

By se7ens - 1) Lincoln County (22-6) – Lincoln County has not lost since being beaten by Bardstown on January 25th. They made easy work of both Danville Christian and Mercer County this week and defeated the last regional team to beat them, Danville, by 14. Baylor Mattingly knocked down six threes against Danville Christian. The Patriots travel to Lexington Catholic this week before ending the regular season with a home game against Casey County. 2) Pulaski County (22 – 5) – Pulaski County is unblemished since losing on the first day of February against East Jessamine. Last week they served up revenge... Read More →

15th Region Week 11 Review: Region is wide open!

By 15th Region - Overview: Martin County reaches the top spot, becoming the third team this year to attain the ranking. Prestonsburg and Betsy Layne see two players hit the 1,000-point mark while Johnson Central continues with their up and down season. Magoffin County and Floyd Central pick up surprise district wins on the road despite being the #4 seeds in their respective districts. The district tournaments are set as the teams go into the final week of the regular season. Listed below are the rankings and recap’s after eleven weeks of play. Rankings (overall record): 1. (Up 3) Martin County... Read More →

13th Region Week 11 Review

By Les - 1. South Laurel (23-4 overall, 16-2 vs. 13th Region opponents) The Cardinals are winners of 12 straight. Just look who they have beaten during the 12-game run: Wayne County, Harlan (twice), Bell County, Corbin, Williamsburg Harlan County, North Laurel, Pikeville and Knox Central. Also senior Matt Cromer was named a finalist for Mr. Basketball and was also named KABC 13th Region Player of the Year this past week. 2. Clay County (19-8, 13-2) The Tigers rebounded from their loss to Bell County and have now won three games in a row after beating Knox Central (88-76), Jackson County... Read More →

14th Region Week 11 Review

By All State Baseball - 1) Hazard (22-5): The Bulldogs had they're 5 game win streak snapped last week when they fell to North Laurel 63-60 in overtime. The Bulldogs will have two games left in the regular season this coming week as they will host both Letcher County Central on Tuesday and Estill County on Friday. 2) Perry County Central (11-14): After having a rough start to the season, the Commodores have been really hot as of late winning 2 in a row and 7 of they're last 8 games. Can they keep the momentum going the last week of the regular season? Monday at Clay County, Tuesday vs. Southwestern and Friday at... Read More →

Seventh Region Week 11 Review: The Male Bulldogs Make A Loud Statement

By Smallhoops - The Male Bulldogs certainly took care of business Saturday night when they beat the visiting Covington Catholic Colonels 79-63. Led by the recently named Seventh Region Player of the Year Tyron Moore, the Bulldogs jumped out to an early double digit lead and led from wire-to-wire. What may be most impressive about the Bulldogs' win was that they looked so good without getting much offensive contributions form Cam Pope (0 points) and Kaleb Glenn (4 points), both of whom are always capable of big scoring games. As anticipated, Male is looking like a team that is going to be hard to beat in... Read More →

Sixth Region Week 11 Review: Fern Creek Serves Notice

By Smallhoops - The much anticipated Fern Creek-Butler match up was played this week, and Fern Creek looked good in beating the Bears 79-63. Butler fans will be quick to point out that the Bears were without the services of their leading scorer and recently named Sixth Region Player of the Year Trey Minter, and that is a valid point. But Fern Creek can only play the team put on the floor against them, and the Tigers dispatched the team put on the floor against them by 16 points. Fern Creek, and in particular Jaden Rogers, looked good in doing so. Let's hope Trey is back on the court quickly. I would... Read More →