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  1. I reviewed the quarterfinals in previous article. Bishop Brossart 58 Robertson County 54 George Rogers Clark 81 Augusta 41 Montgomery County 52 Mason County 51 Campbell County 48 Pendleton County 38 Semifinals George Rogers Clark 58 Bishop Brossart 45 Clark County got big games from each of their big 4. Lincoln Bush had 10 points and 16 rebounds. KJ Rucker had 14 points on 4 of 5 shooting from deep. Jared Wellman had 18 points and 7 boards and Jerone Morton had 10 points and 12 assists. Bishop Brossart couldn't get much going on offense. They missed several 3-pointers and layups. The Cardinals were able to alter several of their shots. Montgomery County 76 Campbell County 59 The Indians dominated the Camels inside. Rickey Lovette had 20 rebounds and whole Camels team had 22. Lovette finished with 28 points on 12 of 13 shooting. Brandon Dyer provided outside shooting and finished with 16 points. Hagan Harrison had 18 and Zach Benton added 12 points and 9 rebounds. Jordan Gross had another good game for the Camels. Campbell County heated up from deep in the second half, but it was too little too late. Finals George Rogers Clark 53 Montgomery County 50 The Cardinals used defense to turn a 9-point 1st half deficit into a 3 point win. They kept the Indians' offense off balance all night. The game was also won at the free throw line, with the Cardinals shooting much better from the stripe than Montgomery County did. Jerone Morton's play was the difference in the game. Lincoln Bush had 9 points and 19 boards and KJ Rucker made several key free throws. Rickey Lovette and Brandon Dyer played well for the Indians. Both will return next year along with sophomore Hagan Harrison. The Indians and Cardinals could very well meet again in next year's 10th region finals. George Rogers Clark will play McCracken County at 8:00 p.m. on March 18 in the first round of the Sweet 16. McCracken County is a top 10 team in the state.
  2. Lovette has 15 pts 8 boards for Indians. Dyer has 12. For GRC, Morton has 12 pts and Bush has 10 rebs. GRC dialed up their pressure to get back in it with Harrison on bench with 2 fouls. Lovette hit a 65 footer to end 1st qtr
  3. Quarterfinals: #6 Bishop Brossart 58 #3 Robertson County 54 (OT) The Black Devils led almost the entire game, but they faltered down the stretch. Ethan Eilerman hit a 3-pointer with 2 seconds remaining to force overtime, despite the Black Devils still having a foul to give. The Mustangs consistently went to Eilerman in the 4th quarter and he delivered. He finished with 25 points and 12 rebounds. Carson Schirmer hit 4 key free throws late in overtime, including a pair to ice the game. Brandon Dice had a great game for Robertson County. He was able to get to the rim with ease and finished with 21 points. Justin Becker had 14 for the Black Devils. Bishop Brossart fouled Robertson County three times late in regulation. Becker missed the front end twice, then hit a pair of free throws to put the Black Devils up 3, before Eilerman’s shot forced overtime. #1 George Rogers Clark 81 #8 Augusta 41 Augusta got off to a 5-0 lead, but George Rogers Clark turned up the heat and put the game away quickly. Jared Wellman had 18, Jerone Morton 17 and Lincoln Bush continued to be a beast on the glass, posting 12 points and 17 rebounds. Wellman has been shooting great from 3-point range all postseason. Augusta was outmatched but battled to the end. Kason Hinson finished with 15 points and 10 boards. #2 Montgomery County 52 #5 Mason County 51 The Indians found themselves in a double-digit deficit with their top two players (Hagan Harrison and Rickey Lovette) on the bench with 2 fouls. But their quick lineup was able to bother Mason County and keep the Indians in the game going into halftime. Brandon Dyer hit a jump shot in the lane with 1:45 remaining to give the Indians a 3-point lead. Mason County later cut it to 1 and had a chance to take the lead but ended up missing a wide-open layup with 30 seconds remaining. The Royals then stole the ball and had a chance to win, but Carson Brammer’s open 3-pointer rimmed out and the Royals were not able to secure the rebound. Hagan Harrison led the Indians with 15 points. Zach Benton had 7 points 3 blocks and 6 assists, including a nice behind the back assist in transition. He fouled out near the end of the game. Dyer finished with 11 points. Alex Schalch had 12 points and 10 rebounds for Mason County. Braden May and Brammer each finished with 11. Tyrell Henry struggled with foul trouble all game and ended up fouling out. #4 Campbell County 48 #7 Pendleton County 33 Campbell County’s Jordan Gross had 24 points and 8 rebounds. He was the difference in the game. Pendleton County took the lead midway through the 3rd quarter, but just didn’t have enough offense down the stretch. Tredyn Thomas led the Wildcats with 12 points and 11 rebounds. Pendleton County slowed the game down and the Camels did not look sharp, other than the good game from Gross. Garrett Beiting hit 3 of 6 threes and finished with 9 points for Pendleton County. The Camels won the turnover battle 12 to 5. Semifinal Preview George Rogers Clark (26-7) vs Bishop Brossart (25-6) Monday, March 9 at GRC - 6 p.m. GRC is the favorite to win the region. Offensively, they have relied on their big three of Jerone Morton, (17 ppg), Jared Wellman (16 ppg) and Lincoln Bush (14 ppg, 13 rpg) all season. KJ Rucker pitches in 11 points per game and provides solid perimeter defense. I expect the Cardinals to focus their defense on Bishop Brossart’s Ethan Eilerman. Expect the Mustangs to slow down the game and rely on Eilerman (20 ppg), Schirmer (15 ppg) and Verst (12 ppg). David Govan will need to try to grab some rebounds away from Bush. Montgomery County (21-12) vs Campbell County (18-14) Monday, March 9 at GRC – 7:30 p.m. Montgomery County has fallen behind in their last three games. They come in as a slight favorite tonight but will need to start strong. Hagan Harrison (18 ppg) has been a scoring machine lately and Rickey Lovette (13 ppg, 9 rpg) changes the game on both ends of the court. Brandon Dyer (8 ppg) makes winning plays and provides 3-point shooting and Austin Eichenberger (9 ppg) has been a steadying presence at point guard, often playing 30 plus minutes a game. Campbell County has a strong showing in the postseason so far. Jordan Gross (16 ppg) has been scoring at an impressive rate. He is a good shooter from deep as is Garrett Beiting (9 ppg). Dane Hegyi (16 ppg) leads the Camels in scoring. The finals will be played on Tuesday night at 7 p.m. Note the rankings are based on the 8 team rankings I did when I previewed the 10th region tournament last week.
  4. Montgomery County is playing well down the stretch!
  5. District Results 37th District Semifinals Bishop Brossart 59 Scott 56 Campbell County 81 Calvary Christian 54 Finals Campbell County 55 Bishop Brossart 46 38th District Semifinals Robertson County 63 Nicholas County 44 Pendleton County 44 Harrison County 42 Finals Robertson County 76 Pendleton County 61 39th District Semifinals Augusta 80 St. Patrick 57 Mason County 54 Bracken County 50 Finals Mason County 61 Augusta 56 40th District Semifinals George Rogers Clark 62 Paris 49 Montgomery County 69 Bourbon County 63 Finals George Rogers Clark 73 Montgomery County 64 Rankings 1. George Rogers Clark (25-7) -The Cardinals are the favorites to win the region, now that Bourbon County is eliminated. They get the region at home. 2. Montgomery County (20-12) – The Indians came back from 17 points to upset Bourbon County. They lost to Clark County for the third time this season. They are in the region for the first time since they hosted in 2016. 3. Robertson County (24-5) – Robertson County easily won the 38th district, as expected. 4. Campbell County (17-14) – The Camels had a great district tournament. They rolled past a decent Calvary Christian team before beating Bishop Brossart in the district finals. 5. Mason County (18-11) – The Royals struggled to put away Bracken County and Augusta in the district games. 6. Bishop Brossart (24-6) – The Mustangs have faltered down the stretch. They almost lost their first-round district game to Scott, then they lost to Campbell County in the district finals. 7. Pendleton County (12-19) – The Wildcats barely got past Harrison County in the first round of the district. Pendleton and Augusta are well below the top 6 remaining teams. 8. Augusta (14-18) – The Panthers got a favorable draw in the district and defeated St. Patrick. It would take a major upset for Augusta to make a deep run. 10th Region Bracket at GRC Robertson County vs Bishop Brossart March 4 at 6pm George Rogers Clark vs Augusta March 4 at 7:30 pm Montgomery County vs Mason County March 5 at 6pm Campbell County vs Pendleton County March 5 at 7:30 pm Semifinals March 9 at 6pm and 7:30 pm Finals March 10 at 7:30 pm Bracket Analysis: Regarding bracket winners, George Rogers Clark got a good draw. Robertson County and Mason County got tough draws. They will likely need to beat 3 good teams in order to win. The best first round matchups look to be Robertson County vs Bishop Brossart and Mason County vs Montgomery Counry. Pendleton County may give Campbell County a scare.
  6. Bourbon County was able to get to the rim with ease in the first half but that did not happen in the 2nd half or OT. I think Bourbon settled for too many threes in the 2nd half. Montgomery County also stepped up their defense.
  7. After watching Hagan Harrison last night, he should be ranked higher than 3rd team.
  8. Final Regular Season Rankings: 1. Bourbon County (24-5) - The Colonels are led by a host of seniors. This could be their best team since the 1980s. Paducah Tilghman transfer Amirion Joyce leads the Colonels, and Brycen Collins is having a big season on offense and defense. Last Week: Defeated Pendleton County 79-54, defeated Harrison County 86-66 2. George Rogers Clark (22-7) - The Cardinals are led by a quartet of players. Senior Lincoln Bush is having an incredible season, especially from a rebounding perspective. Sophomore Jerone Morton, junior Jared Wellman and senior KJ Rucker are all capable of beating teams. Rucker is a standout defender. Last Week: Defeated Bryan Station 74-63, defeated Boyd County 71-53 3. Montgomery County (19-11) – Sophomore point guard Hagan Harrison and big man junior Rickey Lovette are both having big seasons for the Indians. Brandon Dyer can get hot in a hurry from long range. Last Week: Defeated North Oldham 81-68 4. Bishop Brossart (23-5) - Senior Ethan Eilerman is listed on the All Region 1st team. Juniors Carson Schirmer and Stephen Verst also average double figures. Last Week: Lost to Mason County 69-62, defeated Bellevue 56-28 5. Robertson County (22-5) – The Black Devils are a scoring machine. Sophomore standout Justin Becker is 2nd in the state in scoring. Senior Ross Becker provides and inside presence along with rebounding. Last Week: Defeated Bracken County 91-70, defeated Burgin 85-30 6. Mason County (16-11) – Robertson County transfer Alex Schuh, a senior, is one of the top players in the region. He is a consistent scorer and rebounder for the Royals. Last Week: Defeated Bishop Brossart 69-62, lost to Rowan County 50-36 7. Campbell County (15-14) – Junior Dane Hegyi and senior Jordan Gross lead the Camels in both scoring and rebounding. Last Week: Defeated Boone County 78-57, defeated Ryle 74-47 8. Calvary Christian (15-14) – The Cougars are having one of their best seasons in school history and it all starts with seniors Cross Dugan and Noah Herald. Herald is a walking double-double. Last Week: Defeated Nicholas County 61-56, defeated Bellevue 73-29, defeated Southeast (IN) Homeschool 62-46 9. Paris (11-17) – Junior Ricqiece Washington has been the man all year for the Greyhounds. Last Week: Lost to Harrison County 64-61 (3OT), defeated Pendleton County 58-52, defeated Western Hills 71-68 10. Pendleton County (11-18) – Junior Tredyn Thomas is having a great season for the Wildcats. He has had some monster games this season. Last Week: Lost to Bourbon County 79-54, lost to Paris 58-52 11. Augusta (13-17) – Sophomore Kason Hinson has led Augusta to some nice wins this season. Last Week: Lost to Lewis County 81-80, defeated Ludlow 73-62 12. Bracken County (11-19) – You won’t find many 8th graders putting up better numbers than Blake Reed. Last Week: Defeated Ludlow 75-73, lost to Robertson County 91-70, lost to Grant County 89-65 13. Scott (6-21) – Junior Grant Proffit and sophomore Kyle Huelsman have been the two primary options for Scott all season. Expect Scott to take a step forward next season. Last Week: Defeated Ryle 59-56, lost to Cooper 50-42 14. Harrison County (5-24) – They have a pretty balanced attack this season. Senior Casey Sledd and junior Clay Carpenter are the leading scorers. Last Week: Defeated Paris 64-61 (3OT), lost to Bourbon County 86-66 15. Nicholas County (5-25) - Senior Morgan Planck leads the team in points and boards. Last Week: Lost to Calvary Christian 61-56, defeated St. Patrick 79-62, lost to Jackson City 74-62 16. St. Patrick (5-25) – 8th grader Jaylan Rigdon has been the key player all year for the Saints. Last Week: Lost to Bishop Brossart 75-40, lost to Greenup County 84-67, lost to Nicholas County 79-62, lost to Villa Madonna 67-65 District Previews 37th District - at Campbell County Middle School (Finals are Thursday, February 27th at 7:00 p.m.) Semifinal #1 Bishop Brossart vs Scott - Tuesday, February 25th at 6:00 p.m. Bishop Brossart has only 1 loss in region play (to Mason County) and defeated Scott 68-50 on January 28. Scott has really faltered down the stretch this season. Bishop Brossart is the heavy favorite in this one. The Mustangs were the 10th region All “A” champion and they are a legitimate regional title contender. Semifinal #2 Campbell County vs Calvary Christian - Tuesday, February 25th at 7:30 p.m. This could be one of the better semifinal games. Calvary Christian has legitimate shot at making their first ever region tournament in school history. They have several impressive results this season, including a 56-51 overtime loss to Bishop Brossart in 10th region All “A” Classic. Campbell County defeated Calvary Christian 71-56 back in December. The Camels do look to be the favorite in this game. They have quality wins over St. Henry and Bourbon County on their resume. 38th District - at Nicholas County (Finals are Thursday, February 27th at 7:00 p.m.) Semifinal #1 Robertson County vs Nicholas County - Tuesday, February 25th at 6:00 p.m. Robertson County is one of the top teams in the region and Nicholas County is ranked near the bottom, so on paper this should not be close. Robertson County defeated Nicholas County 69-65 back on December 20, and then blew out the Bluejackets in the two other games played this season. Since January 10, the Bluejackets have only won once while the Black Devils have only lost once. Semifinal #2 Pendleton County vs Harrison County - Tuesday, February 25th at 8:00 p.m. Pendleton County has consistently been better than Harrison County this season. The Wildcats defeated the Thoroughbreds 52-45 on January 14 and 70-38 on January 31. Harrison County did defeat Paris in triple overtime last week. Harrison County’s only other region wins this season came against Nicholas County. 39th District – at Bracken County (Finals are Thursday, February 27th at 8:15 p.m.) Semifinal #1 Maysville St. Patrick vs Augusta - Monday, February 24th at 8:15 p.m. Augusta has not won a game in February, but they should have no trouble with the Saints. St. Patrick does not have a region win this season and Augusta has a 7-9 record against 10th region teams. The Panthers easily defeated the Saints in both regular season matchups. Semifinal #2 Mason County vs Bracken County - Tuesday, February 25th at 8:15 p.m. Mason County has some impressive wins (George Rogers Clark, Bishop Brossart) and some head-scratching losses (Lewis County, Scott, Fleming County.) Unless they really slip up, they are expected to get past the Bracken County Polar Bears. The Royals defeated them 85-76 back on December 20. The Polar Bears best wins this season have come against Augusta, Calvary Christian, and Pendleton County. 40th District – at George Rogers Clark (Finals are Thursday, February 27th at 7:00 p.m.) Semifinal #1 George Rogers Clark vs Paris - Tuesday, February 25th at 6:00 p.m. George Rogers Clark defeated Paris twice this season by a combined 49 points. The Cardinals have consistently been ranked near the top of the region and are expected to defeat the Greyhounds. Paris has improved as the season has gone on. They have played a tough schedule this season. Semifinal #2 Bourbon County vs Montgomery County - Tuesday, February 25th at 7:45 p.m. It is a shame that one of these two teams will have to miss the regional. Bourbon County is ranked in all the major top 25 polls and they have impressive wins over Collins, Henry Clay and Lexington Catholic. The Colonels made it all the way to the state 2A title game before falling to John Hardin. They defeated Montgomery County by 5 points in December and 15 points in January. The Indians are getting hot at the right time, having won 7 straight. This could be the best of the first-round games.
  9. Campbell vs Calvary Christian could be a good one. If Calvary Christian wins, would that be their first ever trip to the region tournament?
  10. 1. Bourbon County (22-5) - The Colonels knocked off rival Paris (81-73) and had a big second half to defeated Calvary Christian (64-42). Amirion Joyce continues to lead the Colonels. He had 26 points in the win over Paris. I have Bourbon County ranked 14th in my state media rankings. The Colonels lost the coin-flip in the 40th district, so they must play the #3 seed Montgomery County Indians in the first round of the district. 2. George Rogers Clark (21-7) - The Cardinals opened their new arena with a closer than expected 72-70 double-overtime win over Madison Southern. Lincoln Bush finished with 22 points and 13 rebounds. GRC then posted nice blowout wins over Knott County Central (70-50) and Bracken County (79-54). They won the coin-flip over Bourbon County and will play Paris in the first round of the 40th district. 3. Bishop Brossart (22-4) - The Mustangs defeated Villa Madonna (69-42), Calvary Christian (47-38) and Bracken County (81-61). Ethan Eilerman had a double-double (24 points, 10 rebounds) in the victory over Bracken County. If they can get past Mason County next week they will finish with a perfect record against 10th region competition. 4. Robertson County (20-5) - The Black Devils beat a couple of the low ranked 10th region teams last week and now have won 8 straight. They rolled past St. Patrick and Harrison County. Sophomore Justin Becker continues to be near the top of the state in scoring. He is pouring in 27 points per game. 5. Montgomery County (18-11) - The Indians have now won six in a row, thanks to last week's victories over Harrison County (70-49), Estill County (60-50), and Pendleton County (60-52). Rickey Lovette had a field day with 20 points and 17 rebounds in the win over Harrison County. 6. Mason County (15-10) - Great wins followed by baffling losses pretty much sums up the Royal's season so far. Two weeks ago they knocked off George Rogers Clark but last week they inexplicably lost to Fleming County (73-70). The Royals did pick up wins over Ryle (85-63) and Harrison County (84-63) to finish 1-2 on the week. The Royals certainly have talent, but may lack the consistency needed to put together a deep run in the 10th region tournament. 7. Campbell County (13-14) - The Camels had a rough week last week, falling to Simon Kenton (64-43) and Cooper (64-58) and defeating Pendleton County (78-49). The Camels were not able to continue their momentum gained from their February 6 win over Bourbon County. Freshman Aydan Hamilton scored 21 points in the win over the Wildcats. The Camels have some nice wins this season, but have not shown much consistency. 8. Paris (9-16) - The Greyhounds knocked off Augusta for the 2nd time this season, winning in overtime by a score of 61-57. They lost at Frankfort (52-45). Junior Ricqiece Washington is averaging 19 points per game. 9. Calvary Christian (12-14) - The Cougars continue to show signs of improvement. They lost competitive games to Covington Holy Cross (67-60) and Bishop Brossart (47-38). They hung around with Bourbon County for a half before falling 64-42. The Cougars look like they could give Campbell County a run for their money in the first round of the district tournament. Senior Noah Herald is averaging 13 boards a game. 10. Pendleton County (11-16) - The Wildcats lost all three games last week. Falling to Campbell County (78-49), Montgomery County (60-52), and Estill County (50-38). The tough schedule continues next week with Bourbon County and Paris. 11. Augusta (12-16) - The Panthers lost competitive home games to Paris (61-57 OT) and the struggling Scott Eagles (64-59). Augusta also suffered a surprising 72-65 loss to Villa Madonna. 12. Bracken County (10-17) - The Polar Bears had a rough schedule last week, and were blown out by Bishop Brossart and George Rogers Clark. Blake Reed continues to put up big numbers. He had 28 in the loss to the Mustangs. 13. Scott (5-20) - The Eagles picked up a big road victory (64-59) over Augusta, ending a 12 game losing streak. Scott does have a respectable 4-5 season record in 10th region games, including December wins over Mason County and Pendleton County. 14. Harrison County (4-23) - The Thoroughbreds were blown out by Montgomery County and Robertson County last week. They have been stuck in the 14th spot the last several weeks. 15. Nicholas County (4-23) - The Bluejackets have lost 5 straight and 12 of 13. Senior Morgan Planck is averaging 16 points and 6 rebounds. 16. St. Patrick (5-21) - The Saints have dropped 10 straight. They will be looking to pickup their first 10th region win at Nicholas County on February 20. Games of the Week: Feb 18 at 7:30 p.m. Mason County at Bishop Brossart Feb 20 at 8:00 p.m. North Oldham at Montgomery County
  11. 1. Bourbon County (21-5) - The Colonels picked up a big 75-63 victory over George Rogers Clark and also knocked off Paris 81-73. That means they finished in a tie in the district with George Rogers Clark, and that the 40th district top seed will be decided by a coin flip. The winner of the coin flip will face Paris and the loser has to play Montgomery County. Against the Cardinals, the Colonels found themselves in a hole early but battled back behind a 29 performance from star Amirion Joyce. Brycen Collins chipped in 20 points and also some game changing plays on defense. Poor three point shooting (2 of 20) doomed the Colonels in a 72-65 loss to Campbell County. 2. George Rogers Clark (18-7) - The Cardinals had their roughest week of the season, dropping road games to Bourbon County (75-63) and Mason County (60-53). The Cardinals got off to a hot start against Bourbon County but did not have an answer once the Colonels turned up their pressure defense. Jerone Morton had 17 points against Bourbon County and 23 points and 9 boards against Mason County. Lincoln Bush had 16 points and 22 rebounds against the Colonels. 3. Bishop Brossart (18-4) - The Mustangs won both of their 10th region games last week, defeating Augusta (50-47) and Pendleton County (66-48). The lost to Newport Central Catholic (76-73). Three of the Mustangs four losses have come to 9th region teams. Bishop Brossart is the only 10th region team that is undefeated (10-0) in region play. However, they have not played George Rogers Clark nor Bourbon County. 4. Robertson County (18-5) - The Black Devils picked up victories over Pendleton County (76-63) and Fleming County (74-43) to bring their winning streak to 5 games. Sophomore Justin Becker had 35 points and 11 boards in the win over the Wildcats. 5. Montgomery County (15-11) - The Indians won all three games last week, including a 57-49 road win over Mason County, their most impressive win this season. The Indians also defeated Augusta 58-48 and Paris 61-50. Sophomore Hagan Harrison and junior Rickey Lovette continue to be the Indian's go-to players. 6. Mason County (13-9) - The Royals dropped a home game to Montgomery County (57-49) but bounced back in a big way to defeat George Rogers Clark (60-53). The Royals won despite having several players out due to injury or illness. Xylon Frey and Alex Schalch each had big games. 7. Campbell County (12-12) - Dane Hegyi and Jordan Gross each scored 18 points and pulled down double digit rebounds, and Garrett Beiting scored 19 to lead the Camels to a 72-65 win over Bourbon County. Despite the big victory, the Camels remain #7 because the two teams in front of them also had impressive victories last week. 8. Paris (8-15) - The Greyhounds continue to improve. After being blown out by Montgomery County and Bourbon County earlier in the season, they were much more competitive last week. They lost to the Indians by only 11 and the Colonels by only 8, and picked up victory over Model to finish 1-2 last week. Ricqiece Washington had 17 points and Caleb Johnson had 15 points and 8 rebounds in the loss to the Indians. Jamaun Clark had 20 points and 9 rebounds in the loss to the Colonels. 9. Pendleton County (11-13) - The Wildcats have achieved their highest ranking of the season. They lost to Robertson County (76-63) and Bishop Brossart (66-48), but picked up a nice 5 point win over Bracken County, avenging a loss to the Polar Bears that happened early in the season. Tredyn Thomas had an astounding 42 points and 20 rebounds, for the Wildcats in the win over Bracken County. He shot 23 free throws in that contest. Next week they have tough games coming up against Campbell County and Montgomery County. 10. Calvary Christian (12-11) - Cross Dugan had 29 points, Noah Herald pulled down 12 rebounds, and the Crusaders pulled off an big 69-49 win over Augusta. Calvary Christian lost to Ludlow (65-59) earlier in the week. 11. Augusta (12-13) - The Panthers started off the week by almost pulling a nice upset over Bishop Brossart, only to lose by 3 points. Then they lost to Montgomery County (58-48), and Calvary Christian (69-49). They seem to be trending in the wrong direction. 12. Bracken County (10-15) - The Polar Bears split home games last week, beating Harrison County (80-71) and falling to Pendleton County (70-65). 8th grader Blake Reed continues to put up big numbers, pouring in 23 points per game on the season. 13. Scott (4-18) - The Eagles continue to struggle, dropping games to Newport Central Catholic (85-62) and Conner (78-54). Scott hosts Augusta next week. The Eagles are young and could bounce back next season. 14. Harrison County (4-20) - The Thoroughbreds lost to Bracken County (80-71) and Madison Central (84-48), but bounced back in a 71-47 blowout victory over Fleming County. 15. Nicholas County (4-20) - The Bluejackets lost to Berea (79-61) and Morgan County (81-73). They have the lowest RPI in the region. 16. St. Patrick (5-18) - The Saints dropped all 3 games last week. They have lost 7 in row and remain winless against 10th region competition. Games of the Week Madison Southern at George Rogers Clark - Tuesday, February 11 7:30 p.m. - The first game in the Cardinal's beautiful new 4,200 seat gym. Knott County Central at George Rogers Clark - Friday February 14 7:30 p.m. - The Patriots are one of the top teams in the 14th region. Robertson County at Campbell County - This is a makeup game, not sure of the details yet.
  12. Yes the Mason GRC game is absoultely a game to watch! Thanks for the correction on Kason Hinson.
  13. 1. Bourbon County (19-4) - I have the Colonels ranked #13 in the state in my media top 25 rankings. Last week they rolled past Richmond Model (80-56) and won at Scott County (88-79). Bourbon County hosts George Rogers Clark on Tuesday night. Amirion Joyce (19.9 ppg) will be in the lineup. He missed the first meeting between the teams, which was won by George Rogers Clark. 2. George Rogers Clark (18-5) - The Cardinals split games last week, losing to Tates Creek (65-59) and defeating Montgomery County (60-51). Both George Rogers Clark and Tates Creek are fringe top-25 caliber teams, so the loss to Tates Creek may drop them out of the top 25 discussion temporarily. Lincoln Bush posted another double-double in the loss to the Commodores and finished with 19 points and 21 boards in the win over the Indians. The Cardinals new 4,200 seat gym opens on February 11. They will be the hosts of the 10th region tournament in March. 3. Bishop Brossart (16-3) - The Mustangs used a balanced attack to knock off Scott 68-50. They have lost only one game since December 5 and seem like they can challenge Bourbon County and George Rogers Clark. The bad news is they may need to knock off both teams in order to win the region. 4. Robertson County (16-5) - The Black Devils seem to have put their mini-mid season slump behind them. They picked up home victories over Montgomery County (66-59) and Paris (62-45). Justin Becker scored 32 of the teams 66 points in the win over Montgomery County. Becker is the state's leading scorer. 5. Mason County (12-8) - The Royals defeated Paris (72-59) and also picked up a nice win over Boyd County (79-61). Carsen Brammer had 15 points in the win over Paris. 6. Montgomery County (12-11) - The Indians suffered competitive road losses to Robertson County (66-59) and George Rogers Clark (60-51). The Indians are usually a solid rebounding team but that was not the case against George Rogers Clark. In order to make the region tournament, they will need to upset either Bourbon County or George Rogers Clark. A tough schedule may have the Indians ready to do just that. 7. Campbell County (11-12) - The Camels have been up and down all season. They suffered a disappointing loss Holmes (79-58) and a competitive loss to Beechwood (52-47). Dane Hegyi posted 29 points and 12 rebounds in a 64-50 victory over Scott. 8. Paris (7-13) - The Greyhounds have played a tough schedule and last week was no exception. They dropped games to Mason County (72-59) and Robertson County (62-45). Paris also suffered a disappointing loss to Boone County (68-62). They will have to play either Bourbon County or George Rogers Clark in the first round of the district. They don't match up well against either team 9. Augusta (12-10) - The Panthers picked up wins over Manchester (OH) and Nicholas County. Next week they have tough home games against Bishop Brossart and Montgomery County. 8th grader Kason Hinson is averaging 20 points per game. 10. Bracken County (8-14) - The Polar Bears are playing their best basketball of the season. Jhace Cummins scored 34 in an easy win over Williamstown. Bracken County also picked up a nice win over Calvary Christian (62-59). 11. Pendleton County (10-11) - The Wildcats picked up district wins over Nicholas County (72-64 OT) and Harrison County (70-38) Brett Booth had a double-double in the win over the Bluejackets. The Wildcats are 4-1 in district play. 12. Calvary Christian (11-9) - The Cougars were rising a little in the rankings but have now dropped again after losing to Bracken County 62-59 at home. Nosh Herald had 23 points and 19 rebounds in the loss. 13. Scott (4-16) - The Eagles suffered losses to Bishop Brossart (68-50) and Campbell County (64-50), bringing their losing streak to 9 games. 14. Harrison County (3-17) - The Thoroughbreds ended their 6 game losing skid with a victory over lowly Powell County. They were blown out by Pendleton County (70-38) and lost to Beechwood (69-53). 15. Nicholas County (3-18) - The Bluejackets did manage to play both Pendleton County (72-64) and Augusta (68-58) within 10 points. They were blown out by Sayre 16. St. Patrick (5-14) - The Saints have been in last place all season. On the bright side, they have already won 4 more games than they did last season. Games of the week: George Rogers Clark at Bourbon County - Tue 2/4 at 7:30 p.m. Montgomery County at Mason County - Tue 2/4 at 7:30 p.m. Bourbon County at Campbell County - Thu 2/6 at 7:30 p.m. Robertson County at Campbell County - Sat 2/8 at 4:00 p.m.
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