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  1. RIP Chamoda Kennedy-Palmore: University of Cincinnati (UC) football player killed in motorcycle crash - Story
  2. Great that she has actual offers. I never really heard of her but I am kinda out of the loop and will pay more attention now. Love to hear Kentucky girls getting offers from big time programs!!
  3. Good luck to the new coach!! I hope someone starts putting extra time in with South middle school again since this is the primary feeder into the high school! Go Dragons!
  4. That's great! Very few players get that many offers before they begin their sophomore year. She must be an elite player. I'm always pulling for Kentucky players but hope you are not getting "offers" confused with "recruiting". Hope you are correct, but regardless she has accomplished a lot for an incoming sophomore!
  5. From Rick Bolus blog: NATIONAL BOYS AAU TOURNAMENT WRITTEN BY RICK BOLUS | 26 JULY 2014 Yesterday I spent the day at the National Boys AAU Tournament held in Louisville, KY. Over 3,000 players and 294 teams participated in front of a multitude of college coaches. The event was held at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center where games were played on16 courts held under one roof. I focused on mostly the Class of 2015 and players who I normally would not see during the regular season. Below were my top 20+ picks: Luke Kennard 6-5/Sr Franklin, OH Antonio Blakeney 6-3/Sr Orlando Oak Ridge, FL Kevarrius Hayes 6-8/Sr Live Oak Suwanee, FL Khalea Turner 6-8/Jr River Ridge John Curtis, LA Edrice Adebayo 6-8/Jr Jacksonville Northside, NC Joseph Toye 6-6/Sr LaPorte La Lumiere, IN Cameron Justice 6-2/Sr Hindman Knott Co. Central, KY Haanif Cheatham 6-5/Sr Pembroke Pines Charter, FL Kyle Ahrens 6-4/Sr Versailles, OH Alex Owens 6'8/Sr Orlando Oakridge, FL Seth Dugan 7-0/Sr Otsego, MI Aric Holman 6-8/Sr Owensboro, KY Derek Pardon 6-8/Sr Cleveland VA-SJ, OH Manuel Patterson 6-8/So Chicago North Lawndale, IL Jon Teske 6-11/Jr Medina, OH Tyler Cook 6-8/Jr St. Louis Chaminade, MO Eli Wright 6-5/Jr Owensboro Apollo, KY Matthew Rafferty 6-8/Sr Hinsdale Central, IL Joe Schneider 6-10/Sr Wilbraham Wilbraham & Monson, MA Nolan Gerrity 6-9/Sr Berea Midpark, OH Kyle Doucette 6-8/Sr Easthampton Williston Northampton, MA The tournament continues today and will end on Monday. Rick Bolus High Potential Blue-Chip Basketball Camp - NATIONAL BOYS AAU TOURNAMENT
  6. UK, U of L make Erin Boley's elite final 7 Boley is down to U of L, UK and, in alphabetical order, Connecticut, Notre Dame, Stanford, Tennessee and Vanderbilt. Impressive!! Yet she didn't make the core players on the junior team, wow!
  7. West 69 East 58 Box scores GIRLS East … 13 16 7 22 - 58 West … 13 15 25 16 - 69 East - Martin 9, Kiesler 4, Curry 11, Jackson 4, Bose 13, Moore 6, Stewart 9, Vanzant 2. West - Houk 6, Waggoner 6, Huff 8, Cleaver 19, Yingling 8, Brewer 6, Goeing 3, Badgett 4, Fries 3, Winebrenner 6. 3-point goals - Martin 1, Huff 1.
  8. The 28th annual Kentucky High School Coaches Association’s East-West Junior All-Star basketball games are set for Saturday at Bellarmine University’s Knights Hall. The girls’ game begins at 6 p.m., with the boys’ game to follow at 8. Tickets are $5. The game will match top players in the Class of 2015, with players from the Fifth and Sixth Regions representing the West and the Seventh and Eighth Regions representing the East. GIRLS • West (5th/6th Regions): Laura Beth Houk (Marion County), Ciara Waggoner (Green County), Darien Huff (Elizabethtown), Reauna Cleaver (Elizabethtown), Alyson Yingling (LaRue County), Alexis Brewer (LaRue County), Megan Goeing (North Bullitt), Rachel Badgett (North Bullitt), Leslie Fries (Pleasure Ridge Park), Miah Casey (Butler), Madison Winebrenner (Butler), Andrea Compton (Pleasure Ridge Park). Coaches: Cornelius Faulkner (Caverna), Amber Courtney (Bardstown). • East (7th/8th Regions): Alex Martin (Ballard), Nora Kiesler (Assumption), Ashley Johnson (Sacred Heart), Teanna Curry (Manual), Taylor Jackson (Male), Matti Bose (Simon Kenton), Lauren Moore (Carroll County), Mary Borders (Collins), Abagail Stewart (Oldham County), Abby Vanzant (South Oldham). Coaches: Frank Wright (Ballard), Jeffrey Stowers (Simon Kenton). East-West Jr. All-Star basketball games on Saturday
  9. I agree, very sad. I really don't like that they are trying to meet the teacher requirement, just hire the best coach!
  10. Is the assistant coach for South Oldham interested in the job, Coach Jefferson?
  11. Box scores https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BqDmHrjIQAAvpHI.jpg
  12. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BqDDdIMIEAACvav.jpg Box Scores
  13. Indiana girls beat Kentucky 83-70. Ana Owens 26 pts for IND. Javonna Layfield 18 for KY. Indiana hit 10 of 14 three-pointers.
  14. Juniors have not beaten Indiana since this series started in 2012 Game 1 Girls game Indiana 98 Kentucky 67 Indiana — Ali Patberg 3 2-2 9, Josie Fisher 3 3-4 11, Tiara Murphy 1 0-1 2, Victoria Gaines 2 6-6 10, Jordyn Frantz 3 2-2 10, Lamina Cooper 7 0-1 14, Darby Maggard 4 3-4 13, Michal Miller 3 4-4 11, Dominique McBryde 0 1-2 1, Nakeya Penny 0 0-0 0, Tori Schickel 3 3-4 9, Jenna Allen 3 2-2 8. Totals: 32 26-32 98. Kentucky — J'Nayah Hall 2 0-0 4, Denayia Holmes 0 2-2 2, Logan Fraley 4 0-0 11, Alexis Robinson 3 0-1 7, Reauna Cleaver 5 4-6 14, Haley Sue Foutch 2 5-5 10, Morgan Turner 1 0-0 3, Kacie Wallace 0 0-0 0, Nora Kiesler 1 0-1 2, Alexis Brewer 2 5-6 10, Ge'Naisha Robinson 0 0-0 0, Sandra Skinner 1 0-0 2. Totals: 21 18-23 67. Halftime: Indiana 45, Kentucky 28. 3‑point shooting — Indiana 8 (Fisher 2, Frantz 2, Maggard 2, Miller, Patberg); Kentucky 7 (Fraley 3, Foutch, A. Robinson, Turner, Brewer). Game 2 GIRLS INDIANA 84, KENTUCKY 61 INDIANA - Dominique McBryde 8, Jenna Allen 11, Lamina Cooper 12, Jordan Hankins 13, Victoria Gaines 6, Alexa Bailey 4, Kennedy Archer 2, Brittany Ward 5, Ali Patberg 4, Tori Schickel 9, Olivia Crozier 10. KENTUCKY - Sandra Skinner 8, Morgan Turner 11, Reauna Cleaver 16, Alexis Robinson 6, Alexis Brewer 8, Emily Frye 0, Darien Huff 7, Asia Sims 2, Alexis Switzer 0, Nora Kiesler 3. Halftime - Kentucky 37-33. 3-point goals - Indiana 3 (McBryde 1, Hankins 2), Kentucky 8 (Turner 3, Robinson 2, Brewer 2, Huff 1).
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