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By mcpapa - Campbell County Camels 28-5 (15-0 region) Coach - Aric Russell (8th year at Campbell County, 164-81 as CC coach) The Camels, number 3 in the (my) preseason regional rankings, were the only squad to go undefeated in region play this season. They lost two first-team all-region players in Cole Hegyi and Garren Bertsch as well as center Brad Geiman to graduation; who accounted for nearly 40 points and over 13 rebounds per game. They were unceremoniously bounced in the 2018 regional tournament in the first round on a last-second shot by Mason County's Pig Williams, then suffered an even... Read More → 1st Region - McCracken County Preview

By silo11 - McCracken County Mustangs Record: 28-6 Coach: Burlin Brower Region 1, District 2. McCracken County started the year as the 5th ranked team in Region 1. They lost quite a bit from the previous year and would really need the players that were coming back to step up and lead. Region 1 was a very tough region at the top this year. Mayfield, Graves County, Paducah Tilghman, and McCracken County were all ranked in the BGP Top 20 at some point this season. The Mustangs started out hot winning 10 of the first 11 games, with the only loss coming to Mayfield. They struggled over the Holidays... Read More → 2nd Region - University Heights Preview

By silo11 - University Heights Blazers Record: 23-7 Coach: Grant Shouse Region 2, District 8. UHA started the year as the third ranked team in Region 2, and district 8. They were considered a dangerous offensive team that couldn’t play defense. That mindset continued into the beginning of the season when Paducah Tilghman put up 88 points on them and Bryan Station put up 82 points. However following the Holiday tournaments, the Blazers seem to find some defense and things began to turn around, but the toughest parts of their schedule still lied ahead. Late January brought about the All “A”... Read More → - Region 3 - Apollo Sweet 16 Preview

By ApolloFan98 - Season recap: Apollo entered the season with some unfinished business. Last year’s team went 22-6 in the regular season and was the favorite heading into tournament play, but they were bounced in the first round of district by Daviess County in overtime. The Eagles had to go back to the drawing board without its leaders, 3rd region player of the year, Zach Hopewell and point guard Tabor Shadowen. The team would return a solid core of seniors in Nathan Boyle, Alex Gray, James Graham and Cory Wilson. Over the summer, guard Hunter Shelton returned to the program from prep school and Angel... Read More →

6th Region Recap and State Tournament Preview -- Fern Creek

By coachlee - It has been a bit of a roller coaster season for the Tigers of Fern Creek this season. Fern Creek was the Pre-Season 6th region favorite and as the Christmas tourneys came around it looked like Fern Creek was a force to be reckoned with even beyond the 6th. It was during the prestigious King of the Bluegrass in December that Fern Creek defeated both Covington Catholic and Trinity on back to back nights sending notice around the Bluegrass that they had the talent to compete with anyone. Then came 2018 and in January they lost to Doss during the Louisville Invitational Tournament which was... Read More → - Region 8 - Oldham County Colonels Sweet 16 Preview

By ColonelMike - Team Synopsis Oldham County Colonels (29-5 overall, district 29 champs; 8th region champs) Season highlights: Champions, Pegasus Sports Network Best in Hoops Classic - beat North Bullitt, 79-44, beat Warren Central, 71-39, and beat John Hardin 88-60 Third place, Holiday Basketball Classic, Palm Beach, FL - beat Atlantic Shores Christian (Cheasapeake, VA) 56-24, lost to St. Andrew's Episcopal (Potomac, MD) 57-61, and defeated Grace Christian Academy (Knoxville, TN) 57-43 Read More →

16th Region Recap and State Tournament Preview -- Boyd County

By 24Bricks - The Lions of Boyd County are making their first trip to Rupp Arena since 2000, a statement that sounds surreal given their success isn't the 1980's and especially in the 90's. The path was anything but easy, though. The Lions point guard, Blake Stewart, missed the semifinal game due to illness, but managed to play, and play well in the championship contest, although showing obvious signs of fatigue and sickness. In addition, he suffered a rolled ankle in the fourth quarter of the championship before returning to the game to handle the ball in the most crucial minutes. If that wasn't... Read More → Warren Central State Tournament Preview

By DragonFire - Warren Central Dragons Coach: William Unseld Record: 29-5 State Championships: 1 (2004) District: 14 Region: 4 When Warren Central last appeared in the Sweet 16 in 2013, it was their ninth trip to the state tournament in 12 years. They had seen a stretch of six straight titles (including a state title), two years off, then three titles in four years during that span. The Dragons were extremely used to appearing in the state tournament. Given their three titles in four years and favorite status for 2014, I had called that "The Second... Read More → John Hardin Bulldogs Sweet 16 Team Preview (5th Region Champs)

By Sportslover32 - Season Recap The Bulldogs of John Hardin are going back to Rupp. This is their first appearance since winning the 5th Region in 2013. John Hardin ended the season with a 28-7 record. Out of the 7 losses 5 of those teams have been ranked top 20 in the state sometime this year. The Bulldogs are a high scoring team as they average 75 points per game. They only give up 61 points per game. John Hardin had a region record of 15 and 2 this year. To get to state they beat a very good Larue County team 48-46. Larue County had 3 losses on the year and 2 of them were against John Hardin. John... Read More → State Tournament Preview - Pikeville Panthers

By 15th Region - 2018 15th Region Champions – Pikeville Panthers – State Tournament Preview The Pikeville Panthers will be making back-to-back state tournament appearances after knocking off Johnson Central in the regional championship for the second straight season. Pikeville opened the season as the favorite to win the region and started strong, winning 14 of their first 17 games to include the All-A regional title. In the All-A championship, senior Cade Byers went down with a broken hand and the Panthers dropped five of their next ten games. The ship was rocky, but Byers would return by regional... Read More → Covington Catholic Colonels Tournament Preview

By MidwestUnited - Covington Catholic ( 31-4)- Covington Catholic had a very successful 9th Regional Tournament as there 19 game winning streak continues. The Colonels beat St. Henry ( 74-31), Cooper (53-49) and Dixie Heights ( 74-31). The Colonel’s Face Apollo ( 16-15) on 3/15 at 8:00 pm. Projected Starters: CJ Frederick- 22.5 ppg. 9th Regional MVP and Gatorade Kentucky Player of the Year Jake Walter- 11.7 ppg. Aiden Ruthsatz- 14.3 ppg. AJ Mayer - 9.0 ppg. Casey Nowak- 1.5 ppg. Bench: Read More → Trinity State Tournament Preview

By Smallhoops - Trinity comes into the state tournament as one of the favorites, and it is easy to understand why. Unfortunately, the Shamrocks play one of the other favorites, Scott County, in the first round. But that is what happens in a blind draw. Trinity comes into the tournament with a record of 30-3. It is a good shooting team, averaging 50.2% from the field as a team. It shoots the three extremely well, averaging 41.3% as a team from three. It has good overall size, with its starters ranging from 6' 2" to 6' 5". It comes into the tournament playing well, as evidenced by its 68-53 defeat of... Read More → Scott County Cardinals Sweet 16 Team Preview

By mooremiller31 - Scott County Cardinals Coach: Billy Hicks Record: 34-1 State Championships: 2 District: 42 Region: 11 The Scott County Cardinals return to Rupp Arena to represent the 11th Region for the second year in a row. Last year they fell in the quarterfinals to eventual state champion Bowling Green in a close game that came down to the final few minutes. Make no mistake the Cardinals are back for one reason and one reason only, to claim a State Championship!! The Cardinals enter the tournament with an impressive 34-1 record and no losses against in state competition. They look to bring... Read More → Estill County Engineers Sweet 16 Team Preview (14th Region Champs)

By All State Baseball - School: Estill County High School Mascot: Engineers City: Irvine District: 56th Region: 14th Head Coach: Jon Bentley Colors: Royal Blue, Black, White Playing in a high school state tournament of any sport, basketball (boys and girls), softball, baseball, track and field, football, bowling, fishing, tennis and so on is what kids always dream of. After years (63 years to be exact) of heart break and semi-finals of the regional tournament being a thorn in the side, a team, who had never won a regional tournament or played in the KHSAA Sweet 16 boys basketball tournament was made... Read More →

Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys' Sweet 16® Broadcast Information, 98.5 FM to Air Games

By theguru - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 12, 2018 The 2018 Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys’ Sweet 16® gets underway Wednesday afternoon at Rupp Arena when Corbin takes on Estill County at 12 p.m. (ET). Fans can follow all the action through live webcasts at or listen to the games online at The games will also be carried statewide across 51 stations through the Kentucky Utilities/KHSAA Sweet Sixteen® Radio Network, with the games airing locally in Lexington on iHeart Media’s “The Bull Icons at 98.5 FM”. All 15 games of the Boys’ Sweet 16® will be webcast live at for subscribers... Read More →