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  1. They still do as far as I know but the real focus in those sports is individual performance. Unless you are on a relay I guess. My point is I think classification isn't necessary in those sports either.
  2. There is no good reason to have classification for cross country and track when you have sports like baseball and basketball that don't have classification. Those are individual sports where enrollment does not matter. There are classes in those sports to get more people involved thus bringing in more dollars at the gate when they host the state meet. A few years back they changed it for track to where the top 2 finishers in each region along with the next 10 best in the state all made it to the state meet. My nephew made it last year and it was very eye opening to how those sports have turned into the participation trophy league. There are so many runners that they do not even do preliminary and finals races anymore. You just run your heat and the best time out of all of the heats is the winner. Stuff like this is why I am against classification for anything other than football.
  3. I have some family in Clarksville, Tennessee that play basketball and football. Tennessee uses 6 classes for public school football and only 3 for public school basketball. I am sure that is the norm in other states as well. My cousin's boys play 5A football and 3A basketball at their school.
  4. I will put in my weekly vote for the top team in the 2nd region - Christian County. Jesse, are they at least in your top 25 or 30?
  5. Scoring (ranked by points/game) 1. Tabby Padon - Livingston Central 23.3 PPG 2. Trinitee Jackson - Christian County 16.1 PPG 2. Madison Champion - Crittenden County 16.1 PPG 4. Anshanique Leavell - University Heights 14.6 PPG 5. Aaliyah Hampton - Christian County 14.4 PPG Rebounding (ranked by rebounds/game) 1. Allison Murphy - Lyon County 12.6 RPG 2. Calista Collins - Lyon County 10.5 RPG 3. Trinitee Jackson - Christian County 10.3 RPG 4. Nykea Ikeard - Hopkins County Central 9.9 RPG 5. Nahla Woodward - Crittenden County 8.8 RPG Field Goal Percentage (minimum 50 attempts) 1. Trinitee Jackson - Christian County 63.2% (103/163) 2. Tabby Padon - Livingston Central 54.0% (114/211) 3. Kinara Phillips - Christian County 52.7% (49/93) 4. Aaliyah Hampton - Christian County 51.8% (87/168) 5. Jalee Carter - Henderson County 51.3% (40/78) 3-Point Shooting (ranked by 3-Pointers made/game) 1. Laderia Gold - Christian County 2.5 (37/140 26.4%) 2. Sophie Bingham - Lyon County 2.5 (27/105 25.7%) 3. Emilee Hope - Henderson County 2.0 (18/44 40.9%) 4. Karlie Keeney - Webster County 2.0 (32/99 32.3%) 5. Courtney Peyton - Madisonville-North Hopkins 1.6 (13/44 29.5%) Free Throw Percentage (minimum 20 attempts) 1. Katie Rideout - Henderson County 80.0% (28/35) 2. Laderia Gold - Christian County 79.1% (34/43) 3. Mauri Collins - Crittenden County 78.9% (30/38) 4. Alyssa Dickson - Henderson County 77.3% (17/22) 5. Jessica Winders - Webster County 74.2% (49/66) Hopkinsville, Trigg County and Fort Campbell did not have stats reports available
  6. Rank (Movement Since Last Ranking) Team (Overall Record; Region Record) #1 (UP 1) Webster County (12-4; 4-0) - The Lady Trojans have really picked up momentum over the holiday break. They took down district rival Henderson County 59-46 in the championship game of the Owensboro Invitational Tournament. Senior forward Jessica Winders was huge for the Lady Trojans in that game with her 20 points and 9 rebounds. Webster County followed that up by going 2-1 in the State Farm Classic at national powerhouse Riverdale High School in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Dixon will be the place to be when Henderson County comes to town for a rematch on January 9th. #2 (DOWN 1) Christian County (11-4; 4-0) - The Lady Colonels went 1-2 in the Murray Bank Lady Tiger Classic. They suffered a 14 point loss to host Murray, a top 10 team in the state, and a 9 point loss to Lincoln County, a top 3 team in the 12th region. While senior guard Laderia Gold has cooled down from her hot start, senior center Trinitee Jackson and junior guard Aaliyah Hampton have continued to lead the Lady Colonels. Junior guard Kinara Phillips continues to exceed expectations. January 12th will be the first Christian County-Hopkinsville matchup of the season at Hopkinsville. They will meet again on February 2nd. #3 (UP 1) Henderson County (5-6; 1-1) - The Lady Colonels have settled the debate for #3 in the region after their 17 point win over #4 Hopkinsville at the Owensboro Invitational Tournament. Their trio of returning varsity experience (Alyssa Dickson, Jalee Carter and Emilee Hope) was big in that game with all of them scoring in double figures. However, the next day they suffered a 13 point loss to district rival #1 Webster County. The Lady Colonels will get their chance at redemption when they travel to Dixon for their rematch on January 9th. #4 (DOWN 1) Hopkinsville (12-4; 5-1) - The Lady Tigers got a couple of 3rd place finishes over the holiday break. At the Owensboro Invitational Tournament, they lost to eventual runner-up in the tournament #3 Henderson County. After Christmas, Hopkinsville traveled to the FNB Holiday Bash at South Warren where they suffered a 19 point loss to Campbell County, who many believe is the #3 team in the state. Junior guard Breon Oldham continues to pace the Lady Tigers with her pressure defense and offensive production. They will have a tough test on January 9th when they travel to Graves County, one of the top team in the 1st region. Just days later they host bitter rival #2 Christian County on January 12th. #5 (SAME) Caldwell County (8-4; 5-2) - The Lady Tigers had both their best and worst performances of the year in their own holiday tournament. A head-scratching 19 point loss to Ballard Memorial had the Caldwell County faithful concerned, but the Lady Tigers responded with a hard-fought win over a tough Calloway County team the next day. Freshman Jacey Jaggers posted a 21 point and 6 rebound performance in the win. January will be a big month for Caldwell County. On January 6th they host #1 Webster County in the 6th/7th District Challenge. The next week they face district rivals Madisonville-North Hopkins and Hopkins County Central. #6 (SAME) Hopkins County Central (8-8; 2-4) - After a head-scratching loss to Union County, the Lady Storm rebounded nicely by winning the PBI/Danny Annis Classic at Ohio County. They opened up their own Lady Storm United Mine Workers of America Classic with a huge win over Northeast (Clarksville, TN) but finished with 3 straight losses, including a heart-breaking 1 point overtime loss to Grayson County. Junior guard Nykea Ikeard has been outstanding for the Lady Storm with her double-double production nearly every game. A chance at redemption awaits when they face Union County in the 6th/7th District Challenge at Caldwell County, and the next week features a matchup to determine 1st place in the district when they host rival Caldwell County on January 12th. #7 (SAME) Livingston Central (8-7; 3-2) - It was a tough holiday break for the Lady Cardinals. Their 18 point loss to #1 Webster County reminded us of the division between the top 4 teams and the rest of the field this year in the 2nd region. The Lady Cardinals followed that up by going 1-2 in the Lady Marshal Holiday Classic at Marshall County. Senior forward Tabby Padon keeps filling up the box score, including a 36 point performance against Egyptian (Tamms, IL). Things heat up in January with All-A Classic just around the corner. Expect Livingston Central to challenge Caldwell County for the region. #8 (SAME) Crittenden County (6-6; 4-2) - The Lady Rockets are staying competitive despite their youth. They went 1-2 in the Martin Lions Club Tournament at Westview, Tennessee. Senior guard Madison Champion keeps providing offense for the Lady Rockets on a nightly basis. They have 2 important matchups with Lyon County within 10 days of each other. They host the Lady Lyons on January 5th before they open the All-A Classic against them on January 15th at Caldwell County. #9 (SAME) Lyon County (8-3; 5-2) - The wins keep coming for the Lady Lyons. They made it all the way to the championship game of the Lady Warrior Shootout at Community Christian Academy in Paducah before losing a close one to Hickman County. The Lady Lyons could easily could be ranked as high as #5 because of their record and key win over Caldwell County earlier in the season. However, they stay at #9 due to their pair of distict losses to Livingston Central and Crittenden County who both lost to Caldwell County. Junior Allison Murphy continues to average a double-double for the Lady Lyons. The upcoming games with rival Crittenden County that were mentioned above are games to keep an eye on. #10 (SAME) University Heights (4-6; 2-2) - The Lady Blazers have shown they will go as far as senior guard Anshanique Leavell and sophomore guard Lily Hendricks can take them. Opponents continue to focus on limiting Leavell's scoring and so far Hendricks has been the only consistent production outside of Leavell. If the Lady Blazers can find a consistent 3rd scoring option, they could be in the discussion for #5- #9. On January 15th, they will open up against Dawson Springs in the All-A Classic at Caldwell County. #11 (SAME) Madisonville-North Hopkins (3-8; 2-3) - The Lady Maroons went through a tough 6 game losing streak, including losses to district rival #6 Hopkins County Central and #1 Webster County. They went 1-2 in the South Central Bank-Halton Classic at Allen County-Scottsville but managed to end their streak with a big win over Lecanto, Florida. Sophomore Courtney Peyton and 8th grader Camryn LaGrange continue to lead the Lady Maroons night in and night out. The next big game on the schedule is at district rival #5 Caldwell County on January 9th. #12 (SAME) Union County (2-10; 1-4) - The Bravettes pulled the upset and picked up their 1st region win when they defeated Hopkins County Central. 8th grade forward Raigan Price had a big game with her 17 points and 12 rebounds. However, since that night it has been tough sledding for the Bravettes, losing their last 4 games. They face off against district rival #1 Webster County on January 5th before getting a rematch with #6 Hopkins County Central the next day. District rival Henderson County is just around the corner on January 12th. #13 (SAME) Trigg County (5-7; 2-6) - The Lady Cats went 2-1 in the Lady Warrior Shootout at Community Christian Academy in Paducah. Their lone loss was a lopsided one to #9 Lyon County, showing another division in region between the middle tier teams and the bottom tier teams. The young Lady Cats have a big district rival game coming up on January 5th at home against #7 Livingston Central. #14 (SAME) Dawson Springs (3-9; 1-5) - The Lady Panthers went 1-2 in the Murray Bank Hardwood Tournament at Calloway County, getting a win over Fulton City. They get back to district play on January 4th at #5 Caldwell County. #15 (SAME) Fort Campbell (0-9; 0-7) - The Lady Falcons haven't played since their 46-6 loss against #5 Caldwell County. Offensive struggles continue with only 8.7 points per game average as a team. Hopefully the Lady Falcons can find their rhythm this month and get their 1st win. I know I did not fulfill my promise last time but I hope to have player stat rankings posted soon. I just do not have as much spare time as I had last year to compile all of the stats.
  7. Through the first 3 weeks of the season it has become clear that the region will indeed be a 4 horse race, maybe fewer. We are still waiting for our first power matchup of the season between the big 4, but there has been a lot of action in the middle of the pack that made ranking teams 5-9 very tough. Rank (Preseason Rank) Team (Overall Record, Region Record) 1 (1) Christian County (8-2, 3-0) - The Lady Colonels continue to blow past region competition and their only 2 losses have been by a combined 6 points. 6-3 center Trinitee Jackson is playing to her potential and that is a scary thought for the other 14 teams in the region. Guards Laderia Gold and Aaliyah Hampton are producing as expected, but the surprise has been the production they are getting from their role players. This is a very talented team. 2 (2) Webster County (4-2, 2-0) - The Lady Trojans took back to back losses at the hands of the top 2 teams in the 1st region (Murray and Graves), but they have been dominant in their 4 wins. Their deep bench and balanced scoring has been too much for region competition so far, as they have both region games by 29 points or more. 3 (4) Hopkinsville (6-2, 5-0) - The Lady Tigers move up 1 spot from their preseason ranking due to their hot start, winning all region games by 33 points or more. Lightning quick point guard Breon Oldham is having a great year and the team is shooting the basketball much better than in years past. If they continue to put the ball in the hole as efficiently as they have been, they definitely make a run to the Sweet 16. 4 (3) Henderson County (2-5, 0-0) - The Lady Colonels have dealt with a combination of injuries and inexperience to start the season. They stay in the top 4 however because of the lack of depth in the region this year. Expect Henderson County to right the ship by January and start playing the way we are used to seeing them play. 5 (5) Caldwell County (5-2, 4-2) - This was a tough ranking to make given their loss to Lyon County but that looks to have been an off night for the Lady Tigers. As of now, they are my favorite to take the All-A but it will be the most competitive tournament we have seen maybe ever. The 7th district is a toss-up right now between Caldwell County and Hopkins County Central. Their first matchup should be a good one. 6 (6) Hopkins County Central (4-4, 2-3) - The Lady Storm are sitting even right now at 4-4 but what is alarming is their 4 blowout losses. Granted 3 of the 4 were to the top 3 teams in the region and a region contender in the 3rd (Muhlenberg County). We will know more about this team when their region and district schedule heats up in January. 7 (9) Livingston Central (7-4, 3-1) - The Lady Cardinals are looking like the team we all thought they would be last season. Their 3 region wins were all over 5th district rivals so they are sitting comfortably in the 1 spot. Their lone region loss was to Caldwell County, whom they most likely will face again in the All-A. 8 (11) Crittenden County (4-3, 4-2) - The blue collar mentality of the Lady Rockets always seems to make them a competitive team regardless of youth or talent. They pose the biggest threat to Livingston Central for the 5th district. 9 (8) Lyon County (5-2, 4-2) - The Lady Lyons dropped district games to both Livingston Central and Crittenden County, but they have a nice win over #5 Caldwell County. Forward Allison Murphy is doing everything she can to keep Lyon County in the race for the 5th district and All-A. 10 (7) University Heights (2-4, 2-2) - Anshanique Leavell is playing very well offensively keeping the Lady Blazers afloat, but this team sorely misses Jordyn Hornbuckle. 11 (10) Madisonville-North Hopkins (2-5, 2-3) - The Lady Maroons may miss the region tournament for the first time since 2006. This is a young team that is rebuilding. 12 (12) Union County (1-5, 0-3) - The Bravettes have struggled out of the gate losing region games to #3 Hopkinsville, #9 Lyon County and #11 Madisonville-North Hopkins. 13 (14) Trigg County (3-6, 2-5) - The Lady Cats wins over #14 Dawson Springs and #15 Fort Campbell move them up 1 spot. 14 (13) Dawson Springs (2-6, 1-5) - The Lady Panthers dropped a tough one to #13 Trigg County that they will get a chance to avenge later in the season. 15 (15) Fort Campbell (0-8, 0-6) - All losses have ended with a running clock. It is going to be a long year for the Lady Falcons. Player Stat Rankings will be posted later this week.
  8. I will put in my usual bid for my Christian County girls. Even though they did lose 80-78 to Bullitt East last night.
  9. It is getting more and more common. You do not have to specialize in one sport to make it. I always encouraged mine to do multiple sports just to keep them involved in something and avoid getting burned out.
  10. What is going on there? She was one of their best players coming back.
  11. 2012 was the last time a team not named Henderson County represented the 2nd region at the Sweet 16. Entering 2018, there are a few teams at the top of the preseason rankings that hope to change that narrative. However, one thing will not change from last season, the road to NKU still must pass through the 6th and 8th districts. Team Rankings Rank Team (Last Season Overall Record; Last Season Region Record; Postseason Finish) 1. Christian County (17-14; 10-5; Region Semifinals) Key Losses: Tovah Wadlington, Shakia McGregory Key Returners: Trintee Jackson, Aaliyah Hampton, Laderia Gold This is the year that Christian County has been waiting for. 6-3 center Trinitee Jackson was dominant at times for the Lady Colonels. Back again is the backcourt duo of Hampton and Gold. Talitha Bryant is back from a knee injury that sidelined her last season but she will most likely come off the bench behind Freshman Trinity McGee, who may be the X-factor for the Lady Colonels. Look for the Lady Colonels to use last season's 1 point semifinals loss to Webster County as motivation to take the region by storm. 2. Webster County (21-13; 14-4; Region Runner-Up) Key Losses: Kaylee Duncan Key Returners: Karlie Keeney, Jessica Winders, Marissa Austin Webster County won their first district championship since 1999 with their upset of powerhouse Henderson County. They return all but one player from last season's region runner-up squad, but Kaylee Duncan leaves some big shoes to fill from a leadership and toughness standpoint. Another question mark is whether or not Kelsey Payne will return after her 2nd season-ending ACL injury. However, the Lady Trojans can rely on sharpshooter Karlie Keeney and workhorse Jessica Winders to lead this very deep squad. Expect the Lady Trojans to repeat as 6th district champions and be Christian County's biggest threat for the region crown. 3. Henderson County (28-6; 12-1; State Quarterfinals) Key Losses: Alisha Owens, Emma Lander, Breanna Chester Key Returners: Alyssa Dickson, Jalee Carter, Emilee Hope If anyone wants to dethrone the 5-time defending region champions, this is the year to do it. Henderson County will be looking for ways to replace double-double machine Alisha Owens, sharpshooter Emma Lander and coach on the floor Breanna Chester. We have learned in the past not to count out a school of Henderson County's size because they always seem to reload. The Lady Colonels will lean heavily on all-around scorer Alyssa Dickson and point guard Jalee Carter. Shooting guard Emilee Hope showed some promise at times last season also. Look for the Lady Colonels to advance until they meet Christian County or Webster County in the postseason. 4. Hopkinsville (23-9; 15-3; Region Semifinals) Key Losses: Janiya Davis, Jaliyah Grubbs, Amarie Brodie Key Returners: Zakyra Stallworth, Breon Oldham, London Foster Hopkinsville will be without the services of 8th district journeywoman Janiya Davis and do-it-all talent Jaliyah Grubbs. The Lady Tigers do however return the best rim protector in the 2nd region in 6-3 center Zakyra Stallworth and lightning quick point guard Breon Oldham. The biggest question mark for the Lady Tigers will be scoring but they should still be a dominant team defensively. Expect the Lady Tigers to return to the region semifinals but bow out to Webster County or Henderson County. 5. Caldwell County (17-11; 11-9; District Tournament) Key Losses: Chandra Litchfield, Camryn Clift Key Returners: Moshea Glover, Jada Boyd, Jacey Jaggers The youth movement in Caldwell County is starting to bear fruit. Gone is the senior leadership of point guard Camryn Clift and leading scorer Chandra Litchfield. Back is a good crop of young talent that showed a lot of improvement last season. There is a considerable drop off of talent in the region from the top 4 teams to the rest of the region, but Caldwell County should be the best of the rest. Look for the Lady Tigers to claim their first district championship since 2014. 6. Hopkins County Central (11-20; 7-12; Region Quarterfinals) Key Losses: Talana Hardy, Rickara Hughes, Brittney Medlen Key Returners: Nykea Ikeard, Gabriella Baxter Hopkins County Central shocked the region last year by upsetting top-ranked Madisonville-North Hopkins to claim their first district championship since 2006 after a roller coaster of a season. Gone is the double-double average of Talana Hardy and athletic guard Rickara Hughes. However, the Lady Storm return their 2 leading scorers from postseason play last year in Nykea Ikeard and Gabriella Baxter. Look for the Lady Storm to be the biggest threat to Caldwell County for the 7th district championship. 7. University Heights (14-14; 7-8; District Tournament) Key Losses: Jordon Hornbuckle, Areonna Day, Faith Alm Key Returners: Anshanique Leavell, Lily Hendricks How do you ever replace a player like Jordon Hornbuckle? The selfless workhorse had an unparelleled work ethic and leadership qualities. The Lady Blazers will struggle to replace her nightly double-doubles. Also gone is Areonna Day (transfer to Christian County). They do however return high-scoring guard Anshanique Leavell who may lead the region in scoring this season. Don't expect UHA to keep Christian County or Hopkinsville from contending for a region title, but do expect them to be Caldwell County's biggest challenge for the All-A. 8. Lyon County (19-11; 15-10; Region Quarterfinals) Key Losses: Allison Ellis, Terrianna Johnson, Jenna White Key Returners: Allison Murphy, Hannah Holloman Ellis, Johnson and White all provided consistent production and balanced scoring for the Lyon County last season. Back for the Lady Lyons is all-around talent Allison Murphy and shooter/rebounder Hannah Holloman. The Lady Lyons will rely heavily on those 2 for scoring and leadership with a young roster. Look for them to be the team to beat in the 5th district and challenge for the All-A. 9. Livingston Central (11-17; 4-10; District Tournament) Key Losses: Sarah Williams, Chaney Adams Key Returners: Tabby Padon, Kalynn Campbell Last season was a disappointment for Livingston Central. Tabby Padon and Kalynn Campbell were coming off stellar sophomore seasons that included an All-A region championship. The Lady Cardinals looked poised to win the 5th district and repeat as All-A region champs. They fell short of expectations but still return their top 2 guns in Padon and Campbell. If they can rekindle some of that fire from 2 seasons ago, they could make another run at the 5th district and All-A this season. 10. Madisonville-North Hopkins (18-13; 10-6; Region Quarterfinals) Key Losses: Molly Stone, Kalveona Pepper, Brynin Carver, Irelane Enoch, Jayda Civils Key Returners: Courtney Peyton, Lindsey Peyton Madisonville-North Hopkins loses one of the best rebounders in the state in Molly Stone and one of the state's best shooters in Brynin Carver. Also gone due to transfer is 6-0 center Kalveona Pepper who teamed with Stone to form the region's best frontcourt. The Lady Maroons will be a totally different team as they lose all 5 starters and only return 2 players with significant varsity experience. Expect a rebuilding year in Madisonville. 11. Crittenden County (25-8; 17-5; Region Quarterfinals) Key Losses: Cassidy Moss, Amanda Lynch, Kiana Nesbitt Key Returners: Madison Champion, Mauri Collins Gone is all-time leading scorer Cassidy Moss, as well as the next 2 best players on the roster from last season. Madison Champion is the team's leading returning scorer at 9.5 PPG. The Lady Rockets will be a balanced team but an inexperienced one. Expect a rebuild in Marion but they will still be in the hunt for the 5th district. 12. Union County (9-20; 3-12; District Tournament) Key Losses: Kiara Campbell, Victoria French, Ashley Duckworth Key Returners: Courtlyn Beaven, Jocelyn Spaulding Union County is on their 3rd head coach in as many years. Gone is long-time starting point guard Kiara Campbell and sharpshooter Victoria French. Back are key contributors from last season Courtlyn Beaven and Jocelyn Spaulding. Unfortunately, also returning are district foes and region powers Webster County and Henderson County to keep the Bravettes from reaching the region tournament. 13. Dawson Springs (11-19; 4-15; District Tournament) Key Losses: Malaia Miller, Erin Woosley Key Returners: Erin Orten, Brooklyn Cotton Dawson Springs is coming off back-to-back 11 win seasons but only 7 of those 22 wins were against region competition. However, that win total could increase this season due to a down year in the region for teams ranked 5th and lower. The Lady Panthers could be a surprise region tournament team in a down year for the 7th district. 14. Trigg County (6-20; 2-13; District Tournament) Key Losses: Faith Hughes, Kimberlee Shelton Key Returners: Lauren Oliver, Emily Noffsinger There were signs of improvement with a youthful team last season. Center Lauren Oliver averaged a double-double and the Lady Cats got balanced production throughout their roster. The question now is have they improved enough to contend in the 5th district. The rest of the team may still be a year away from contending but unfortunately Oliver is a senior. 15. Fort Campbell (0-26; 0-18; District Tournament) Key Losses: Alyssia Holt, Tamisha Sibert, Kylie Blaszkowski Key Returners: Latira McLaughlin, Makaila Clayton Fort Campbell loses top talent Alyssia Holt and head coach Arnika Brown. February 5, 2016 was the last time the Lady Falcons got a win and unfortunately it looks like it could be another long season. Player Rankings Rank Player (Class) - Team 1. Trinitee Jackson (SR) - Christian County At 6-3 she is not just big, she is strong and athletic. She can be unguardable at times and holds offers from Memphis and several OVC schools. 2. Karlie Keeney (JR) - Webster County Great size for a shooting guard that allows her to finish around the rim and rebound to compliment her scoring. 3. Anshanique Leavell (SR) - University Heights Good size for a point guard and can score in a variety of ways 4. Alyssa Dickson (JR) - Henderson County Burst onto the scene last year with her scoring ability and looks poised to have an even bigger year in 2017-2018 5. Nykea Ikeard (JR) - Hopkins County Central Long and athletic guard that thrives on defense and attacking the lane 6. Aaliyah Hampton (JR) - Christian County One of the best attackers in the region that is developing as a shooter 7. Laderia Gold (SR) - Christian County Quick point guard that doubles as a 3-point specialist 8. Zakyra Stallworth (SR) - Hopkinsville Region's best rim protector that is 6-3 with an even bigger wingspan but still developing offensively 9. Tabby Padon (SR) - Livingston Central A threat to score from inside and out 10. Jessica Winders (SR) - Webster County Workhorse on the block but can step out and shoot it 11. Allison Murphy (JR) - Lyon County 12. Lauren Oliver (SR) - Trigg County 13. Breon Oldham (JR) - Hopkinsville 14. Marissa Austin (SO) - Webster County 15. London Foster (SR) - Hopkinsville
  12. I'm trying not to make a homer pick but Christian County is a top 20 team in my opinion. Trinitee Jackson is one of the best post players in the state and a D1 recruit. They also have some athletic guards to go with her. Their lineup features size and speed that not a lot of teams in the state can match. They will represent the 2nd region in the Sweet 16 this year.
  13. I agree about the 1st region top teams being favored to win the 2nd region. This is the weakest I have seen the region in a very long time, if not ever. It was weak already then 3 of the top players in the region transfer.
  14. Everyone is missing out on a huge sleeper in the 2nd region. Christian County will return to Rupp Arena.
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