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  1. 6th Region Preview and preseason rankings There has been a LOT of roster movement this year in the 6th Region. Between transfers, players repeating their grade, and good old-fashioned player development - some squads look a lot different than last season. Let's look at the top teams! 1. Western You heard me right! - Western leads the preseason rankings. I watched first hand as they physically wore down Lexington Catholic last weekend in a scrimmage. Athletes everywhere! Jr. G Trent Hinkle will be the leader of the young Warriors, as they will likely start 2 freshmen in G Kaden M
  2. While not at the level of the 2nd game - the Dunbar/Manual match up was a good game. Soph striker Amelia Jones scored in the 7th minute to put Manual up 1-0. Manual dominated the possession in the first half and outshot the Bulldogs 8-2 However, the second half was much more even. Dunbar created many chances in the second half and seemed to wear down the Manual midfield as the game wore on. Both goalies (Fr. Morgan White for Man - So. Amber Brandon for PLD) made some great plays, and kept the final score at 1-0 Both of these teams will have their hands full Thursday....but yo
  3. Well, after seeing ND last night - holding that team to 6 goals is no small feat. Good luck to her and I hope to see her in person again
  4. There is a lot of young GK talent in Louisville. SHA, Assumption and Manual all have freshman goalies starting for their programs. It seems crazy that 3 top 10 in KY programs would be starting youngsters like that but if you watch them play - you can see why.
  5. I heard that Schooler is a candidate as well
  6. The BULLITT EAST CHARGERS are 6th Region CHAMPS: Here was the Draw: Monday RU 21 Beth Haven (19-6) 43 @ W 22 DeSales (18-6) 54 RU 23 Evangel (10-13) 72 @ W 24 Bullitt East (12-8) 86 RU 24 Fern Creek (11-6) 58 @ W 21 PRP (13-3) 56 RU 22 Western (10-7) 65 @ W 23 Bullitt Central (12-14) 62 The first round went mostly to form. DeSales had a slow start; Beth Haven was as close as 2pts near end of 3rd Q, but pulled away for a semi-comfortable win. Bullitt East previewed their recent run of form with a fairly easy win. Western struggled at times but held on to win a
  7. PRP was up 15 mid 3rd Q. Zee McCown was having his way early, but Fern Creek's depth and pressure wore him down. PRP's Lavonte Harris was also very effective early, but rolled an ankle end of 2nd and wasn't the same rest of game. Fern Creek went small most of second half and that seemed to work well. PRP did a really good job of keeping FC out of the lane, but Jaden Rogers hit some BIG 3's in the second half to start the comeback. Game was well-officiated, but play was allowed to be physical until last 3 min then refs started calling everything. Didn't really seem biased,
  8. After this crazy season - we are to the Regional! Here is the Draw: Monday 7pm RU 21 Beth Haven (19-6) AT W 22 DeSales (18-6) RU 23 Evangel (10-13) AT W 24 Bullitt East (12-8) RU 24 Fern Creek (11-6) AT W 21 PRP (13-3) RU 22 Western (10-7) AT W 23 Bullitt Central (12-14) Thursday AT VALLEY 5:30 DeSales/Beth Haven vs. Bullitt East/Evangel 7:30 Fern Creek/PRP vs. Western/Bullitt Central Saturday AT VALLEY 7:00 FINAL The obvious favorite is DeSales. The LIT champs played one of the hardest schedules around and finishe
  9. 6th Region after week 10 and District Preview! The regular season (that wasn't a regular season!) has come to an end and it's time for post-season play. Lets look at each district field in the 6th Region! (season averages in parenthesis) 21st District 1) PRP (11-3) 2) Holy Cross (14-8) 3) Beth Haven (18-5) 4) Fairdale (4-12) 5) Valley (3-8) PRP is the heavy favorite going into the 21st region tourney. They have handily won all their district games by double digits. Super Soph Zee McCown has put in a first-team all reg
  10. 6th Region after week 9 A great week of games (and the LIT!!) has caused some movement in the rankings - let's see what's going on in Region 6! (season averages in parenthesis) 1. DeSales (16-5) LIT CHAMPS - not much else to say - they defeated Ballard 74-73 in OT to win the Title! Sekou Kalle was unstopable in the title game and won the MVP - Devin Perry and Keith Robinson were named ALL - LIT team. They start this last week of the season with a huge district match-up with Butler on Mon 3/8. 2. Fern Creek (10-5) The Tigers cemented themselves as the co-favorite with
  11. 6th Region after week 8 A great week of games has caused some movement in the rankings - let's see what's going on in Region 6! (season averages in parenthesis) 1. DeSales (12-5) The Colts continue to play all comers. They won two close games this week against quality opponents - winning @ Collins (53-48) and vs. Doss (75-73). Senior Devin Perry has continued to impress, cementing himself as the likely player of the year in the region, raising his season average to 20.9p a game. Sekou Kalle continues to be a force (19.2p/11r) inside to give DeSales possibly the best 1-2 pun
  12. Newly eligible 6' 11" Cyr Malonga made his debut last night in this game. He is raw and needs to get stronger for sure, but showed flashes of being a very high-level player. Good hands, runs very well, good court vision in Evangel's press break. When Evangel gets to full-strength (jr Gage Mabry is eligible for varsity starting Friday?) - I expect them to make some noise in the all A.
  13. 6th Region after week 7 We are starting to see some movement in the rankings now that all the teams have a few weeks under their belts - let's see what's happening! (season averages in parenthesis) 1. DeSales (10-5) The Colts continue to take on a brutal schedule. With Covid changing the schedules for many teams - DeSales picked up two opponents this week - #2 in state Ballard (88-83 loss) and #8 in state Oldham Co. (77-72 loss) While they lost both games, it did little to knock them out of their #1 in region ranking. Senior Devin Perry has cemented himself as the likely pl
  14. 6th Region after week 6 Now that everyone has been playing for a couple of weeks, we are starting to see some shake up in the ratings. Let's dive into Region 6! (season averages in parenthesis) 1. DeSales (10-4) WHAT A WEEK for the Colts! 2 Huge victories over Male (preseason #1 in the State) and Fern Creek (preseason #1 in the Region). Then with some covid shakeup in the schedule, they pick up a game at Ballard and almost pull off the upset (losing 88-83) Senior Devin Perry has cemented himself as the likely player of the year in the region, putting up 40 vs. Male and rai
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