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  1. The Kentucky High School Tennis Coaches Association has published top 10 boys and girls tennis teams based on UTR Rankings. Boys: 1. St. Xavier 2. DuPont Manual 3. Covington Catholic 4. Henry Clay 5. North Oldham 6. Elizabethtown 7. Dunbar 8. Model 9. Belfry 10. Greenwood Girls 1. Sacred Heart 2. North Oldham 3. McCracken Co 4. DuPont Manual 5. Scott Co 6. Lexington Catholic 7. Lexington Christian 8. Henry Clay 9. Notre Dame 10. Elizabethtown Clearly there are a lot of teams that aren't reporting their scores via UTR, so this list is missing some strong teams. Any thoughts? KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS COACHES ASSOCIATION - Home
  2. I don't understand how David Johnson isn't making first team all-state teams.
  3. In 2013 Hawkins and Willis both signed.
  4. Scott Co played in the KOB early in Billy's tenure. I wonder why he doesn't want to go back any more.
  5. Is it common for non-KHSAA players to play in All-Star games for Kentucky?
  6. I ignored the why. Trinity and Scott Co are easily the top 2 teams in the state as of now, and have 2 of the top 3 or 4 players. Western Ky (Regions 1-5): University Heights should be really good and has the highest profile player in the state. Mayfield returns almost everyone from a top 25 team. They have a pair of really good scorers in the Guthries. LaRue Co had a great year this year and returns most of their team including some very good Sophomores and Juniors to be. Adair Co if Harmon is there Louisville: Ballard: I have no idea how good they will be, but I always assume they'll be good, and I would want to keep them in this event every year. Male has some very good young talent. I think they'll be solid moving forward. Waggener I also expect will be pretty good next year, though I'd research them a little more before committing. Central/Northern Ky (Regions 8-12) Covington Catholic I expect will still be a very good team despite their losses. Pendleton Co has an elite player in Allen who is worth showing off to the rest of the state. LCA has a potential first team all-stater in Rode. They lose two very good players, but should once again be a very good team. Eastern Ky (13-16) I can't think of anyone.
  7. Assuming 11 spots for in-state teams, must offers include: Scott Co (tell Billy how often the state champ plays in the KOB). Trinity University Heights Others I would include: Mayfield LaRue Co Waggener Male Ballard Pendleton Co Covington Catholic Adair (if it seems likely Harmon is there next year).
  8. I take Thomas More. Frederick is probably the best player on the court, but Thomas More has lots of guys that were all-region in high school and have 2-4 years of strength/maturity on top of that.
  9. Would the Covington Catholic basketball team have gone undefeated if he didn't miss time this season?
  10. Are these Covington Catholic official stats posted online anywhere? I'd like to see their full stats for this season.
  11. This was the first time a team failed to reach 30 in a state semifinal since Oldham Co scored 29 against Seneca in 1963. 1946 was the last time a team scored 28 (or less) in the semis.
  12. The two times I saw UHA played, they played approximately 0 defense. If their defense is truly improved I think they will win this game.
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