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  1. Boyle’s first string defense gave up 3 TD’s in the playoffs.
  2. Highlands "by far" better than LCA, Bryan Station, and South Warren? Ehhhhhhhh
  3. 10 point game - Pikeville 5 point game - Bowling Green 4 point game - Mayfield 3 point game - Trinity 2 point game - Boyle County 1 point game - Christian Academy-Louisville 48
  4. If you get the Prep Spin games can you go back and watch those at anytime?
  5. It’s been 42 years for those guys they get creative in trying to find ways to have moral victories.
  6. Congrats to Cooper. Only run in with Highlands has been during 7 on 7 and lord do they talk a lot.. I was glad to see this result!
  7. I don’t see how anyone but Daniel Thomas wins it. Broke the record for rushing yards in a season. Broke the record for points scored. Next game will break the record for rushing touchdowns.
  8. If my favorite team is on the road, yes. If my favorite team is at home, no.
  9. Travis Burns would be a homerun hire.
  10. 5 point game - Christian Academy-Louisville 4 point game - Mayfield 3 point game - Bryan Station 2 point game - Covington Catholic 1 point game - Frederick Douglass
  11. The schedule catches up to Paducah this week. Haven’t played a good team since September 1st. Long way to not have your starters tested or having played a full competitive game.
  12. “Hey if you take this teams best player off their team and let everyone else stay on the other team they may lose”. Lord some HOT takes coming in today!
  13. Whole lot of if’s in this thread. If Corbin plays Boyle on November 17th they lose 21-14. And that’s fact!
  14. Courier Journal put out their top 10 for the 13th. Here's how they ranked them. Teams: 1. Harlan County 2. Corbin 3. North Laurel 4. Clay County 5. South Laurel 6. Bell County 7. Whitley County 8. Harlan 9. Pineville 10. Jackson County Players: 1. Trent Noah (Harlan Co) 2. Maddox Huff (Harlan Co) 3. Kyler McLendon (Harlan) 4. Jordan Mabe (South Laurel) 5. Hayden Harris (Clay County) 6. Sawyer Thompson (Pineville) 7. Zander Curry (Corbin) 8. Reece Davidson (North Laurel) 9. Jerrod Roark (Clay County) 10. Carter Stewart (Corbin)
  15. 5 point game - Boyle County 4 point game - Lexington Christian Academy 3 point game - Male 2 point game - Bryan Station 1 point game - Hart County
  16. Danville appealed one of their players getting tossed at Knox and he got to play the following week. This happened this season.
  17. Didn't realize that! Thank you for the heads up. I also forgot that Chadwell had went back to Knox Central, where he didn't play football I forgot he hadn't graduated. I would like to see Knox return back to being competitive. The 13th at the Arena is always a good time.
  18. Here is your 13th Region Top 10 Preview. With Reed Sheppard now making plays for UK instead of the Jaguars, the path to Rupp opens up. There is still some major star power within the region which is led by South Carolina commit Trent Noah. With a few transfers happening in the offseason, the 13th should be competitive as teams battle for the title. 1. Harlan County (27-6). Key Losses: Daniel Carmical (13 ppg) Most had the Black Bears penciled in to play NL in the 13th region championship before they were upset by Corbin in the first round. With Trent Noah (27ppg) and Maddox Huff (17 ppg) returning, most are looking for this to be the year they break through and win the region. Trent Noah is the favorite to win 13th Region POY. 2. Corbin (23-8). Key Losses: Hayden Llewellyn (16 ppg ) Brody Wells (9 ppg) Corbin brings back a solid nucleus of talent led by Zander Curry, Carter Stewart, Eli Pietrowski, Trey Worley, and Kade Elam. With the majority of these kids being football players, it may take a little time for them to start to gel. However, this is a team that should be dangerous and ready to make a run in the region. 3. Clay County (15-16). Key Losses: None When Clay County is good, 13th region basketball is a better product. Clay only loses one senior off of a squad last year and he never truly played. Clay brings back their whole team, along with the addition of Jerrod Roark from Williamsburg and a new head coach in Michael Jones. Hayden Harris is another piece of the puzzle that looks to be a top 10 player in the region. 4. North Laurel (25-11). Key Losses: Reed Sheppard, Ryan Davidson, Gavin Chadwell The heart and soul for the Jaguars these past few years has been Reed and Ryan. With them graduating a lot of new faces and role players must take the next step. Sophomore Reece Davidson will look to do just that. Colton Rawling and Brody Brock will also look to help boost a Jaguars team that will have fresh faces. 5. South Laurel (24-9). Key Losses: Eli Gover, Parker Payne, Caden Jones The cardinals lose 4 of their top 5 starters to graduation, but bring back a top ten player in the region in Jordan Mabe. The main reason I feel comfortable putting them in this slot to round out the top 5 is their head coach. Jeff Davis is one of the top coaches in the region and always gets the most out of what he has. There is no doubt he will have the cards playing good basketball by the end of the season. 6. Whitley County (20-10) Key Losses: Ashton Reynolds, Jamie Fuson The colonels finally got over the hump of beating one of the big two (South and Corbin) in their district but couldn’t get over that hump in the district. If there is a year to do it then it may be this year. The Colonels will be led by Senior Guard Bryce Anderson and Freshman Evan Ellis. 7. Bell County (15-16). Key Losses: Dawson Woolum Losing Woolum hurts but bringing back essentially the rest of your team helps. Brad Sizemore is going to get the most out of the Bobcats and they’re going to be led by three non senior returners in Burnett, Hall, and Buell. With Harlan Co leading the way for the region, Bell and Harlan should be fighting out that second spot in the 52nd district. 8. Harlan (24-8). Key Losses: Kaleb McLendon, Will Austin, Jae Dyn Gist Harlan probably gets hit the hardest with graduation in the 13th region. They bring back their superstar Kyler McLendon but lose all of the support around him. Harlan is known for having kids that can shoot and kids that get up and down the court running, and I would expect no difference this year. 9. Pineville (18-11). Key Losses: Evan Biliter This may be the year that Pineville brings home the 51st district. They’re led by Sawyer Thompson who is one of the top ten players in the region. Pineville finally got over the hump and made the region last year before falling in the first round. This may be the year of the mountain lion. 10. Barbourville (19-11). Key Losses: A lot The Tigers lost 6 of their top 7 scorers to graduation. There will be a lot of new faces on the court for the tigers. Ty Clark is the lone returner that hopes to help the tigers make some noise. 11. Jackson County (17-13) 12. Williamsburg (15-15) 13. Middlesboro (9-22) 14. Knox Central (4-26) 15. Lynn Camp (5-24) 16. OBI (11-21) 17. Red Bird (5-18)
  19. Atherton isn’t going to beat Owensboro.
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