Touchstone Energy All “A” Classic
Boys Basketball Tournament

McBrayer Arena
Eastern Kentucky University
Richmond, Kentucky

February 6-9, 2003

Copyright 2003 Ron Harrison

 The All “A” Classic started in 1980 with eight teams and in 1990 became a true statewide championship with 16 boys regional tournament winners competing for the championship.  Champions crowned to date are 1980 Covington Holy Cross, 1981 Bellevue, 1982 Carlisle County, 1983 Walton-Verona, 1984 Oneida Baptist, 1985 Harlan, 1986 Muhlenberg Central, 1987 Covington Holy Cross, 1988 Bardstown, 1989 Central City, 1990 University Heights, 1991 University Heights, 1992 Lexington Catholic, 1993 Dilce Combs, 1994 Harlan, 1995 Harlan, 1996 University Heights, 1997 Lexington Catholic, 1998 University Heights, 1999 University Heights, 2000 Newport Central Catholic, 2001 Glasgow, and 2002 University Heights.

 
February 6th - Day 1

Game No. 1  Christian Academy of Louisville (10-3) (Region 7) vs. Frankfort (15-5) (Region 11)

Christian Academy of Louisville coach Jeff Imlay started the following lineup:  6-2 Jr. Travis Adkinson, 6-3 Sr. Mitch Owen, 6-4 Sr. Jon Cabal, 6-0 Sr. Tim Akin, and 5-8 Sr. Scott Stewart.  Frankfort coach Scott Chalk countered with 6-4 Sr. Chris Current, 6-3 Sr. Clinton Hall, 6-4 So. Torian Robertson, 6-0 So. Will Current, and 6-2 Fr. Aaron Dunaway.

Christian Academy missed 12 of their first 13 shots and never recovered as Frankfort won the tourney opener by a score of 75-47.  Frankfort held a 53.3%-31.4% edge from the field and outrebounded Christian Academy 48-24.  Frankfort was led today by Chris Current with 21 points and 11 rebounds.  Aaron Dunaway and 6-0 Jr. Myron Moore added 16 and 13 points respectively.  Torian Robertson added nine points and pulled down nine rebounds.   Jon Cabal led Christian Academy with 11 points and eight rebounds.  6-1 Sr. Josh Bordas added nine points. 

Christian Academy of Louisville

3

13

16

15

-

47

Frankfort

16

23

28

8

-

75

 

Christian Academy of Louisville

(47) -

Adkinson 4, Owen 2, Cabal 11, Akin 6, Stewart 5, Greschel 3, Carpenter 5, Bordas 9, Rainer 2.

Frankfort

(75) -

C. Current 21, Hall 0, Robertson 9, W. Current 4, Dunaway 16, Hack 3, Jones 6, Hyatt 3, Moore 13.

Game No. 2  Bishop Brossart (15-4) (Region 10) vs. Owen County (11-8) (Region 8)

Bishop Brossart coach Willie Schlarman started the following lineup:  6-3 Jr. Rob Doyle, 6-5 So. Kevin Smith, 6-5 So. Evan McDole, 6-1 Sr. Jeff Henry, and 5-11 Sr. Andy Kremer.  Owen County coach Gran Mefford countered with 6-1 Sr. Landon Marston, 6-4 Sr. Wilson Reinke, 6-5 Jr. Brandon Mills, 5-11 Jr. David Thomas, and 6-1 Sr. Michael Caulley.

Bishop Brossart defeated Owen County 45-28 in a game in which both teams had problems finding the basket.  Bishop Brossart was 30.9% from the field and nine of 16 from the free throw line, while Owen County was 30.6% from the field and only three of 12 from the charity stripe.  Bishop Brossart held a 44-28 margin on the boards.  The victors were led by Evan McDole with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Kevin Smith added 10 points and eight rebounds, while Jeff Henry added nine points.  Owen County was led by Brandon Mills and Landon Marston with seven and six points respectively.  Mills also had eight rebounds and blocked five shots. 

Bishop Brossart

8

10

12

15

-

45

Owen County

3

7

11

7

-

28

 

Bishop Brossart

(45) -

Doyle 5, Smith 10, McDole 12, Henry 9, Kremer 3, Anderson 2, Rhoden 4.

Owen County

(28) -

Marston 6, W. Reinke 4, Mills 7, Thomas 3, Caulley 4, Mefford 2, Osborne 2.

Game No. 3  St. Henry (14-4) (Region 9) vs. Whitesville Trinity (13-5) (Region 3)

St. Henry coach Dave Faust started the following lineup:  6-4 Sr. Matt Otte, 6-4 Sr. Todd Vieth, 6-2 Sr. Michael Schmidt, 6-1 Sr. Ross Czarnik, and 5-10 Sr. Matt Fabiani.  Whitesville Trinity coach Brad Payne countered with 6-0 Jr. Mark Evans, 6-2 Jr. Wes Hamilton, 6-2 Jr. Caleb Payne, 5-11 Jr. Jamison Mattingly, and 6-1 Jr. Michael Hagan.

St. Henry held a 46.3%-27.1% edge in field goal shooting and outrebounded Whitesville Trinity 38-26 on their way to a 63-41 victory.  St. Henry was led by Todd Vieth with 29 points, 13 rebounds, and five steals.  Matt Fabiani added 11 points and Michael Schmidt chipped in with six points and 10 rebounds.  Wes Hamilton led Whitesville Trinity with 12 points and eight rebounds.  Mark Evans and 6-0 So. Justin Evans added nine points each.

St. Henry

14

17

15

17

-

63

Whitesville Trinity

10

11

5

15

-

41

 

St. Henry

(63) -

Otte 0, Vieth 29, Schmidt 6, Czarnik 5, Fabiani 11, Hukle 4, Lageman 6, Spare 2.

Whitesville Trinity

(41) -

M. Evans 9, Hamilton 12, C. Payne 4, Mattingly 6, Hagan 0, Berry 1, J. Evans 9.

Game No. 4  Hazard (13-7) (Region 14) vs. Mayfield (17-3) (Region 1)

Hazard coach Kevin Spurlock started the following lineup:  6-5 Jr. Steven Sizemore, 6-2 Jr. Parker Carter, 6-5 Jr. Lamar Williams, 6-3 Jr. Hank Gabbard, and 5-10 Sr. Sean Wood.  Mayfield coach Chris Guhy countered with 6-0 Sr. Tristian Barnes, 6-3 Sr. Raphael Kendrick, 6-3 Sr. Jerome Saxton, 5-11 Sr. Terrian Cherry, and 6-0 Sr. Derrick Parrott.

This game had a bizarre ending as a Hazard basket in the third quarter was erroneously given to Mayfield and this error was never corrected.  The score at the end of regulation should have been 56-56 which would have necessitated overtime.  However, the score on the board read Mayfield 58 Hazard 54.  Mayfield shot 45.1% from the field, was 10 of 17 from the free throw line, and claimed 30 rebounds.  Hazard shot 47.8% from the field, was six of nine from the free throw line, and also pulled down 30 rebounds.  Mayfield was led by Derrick Parrott with 18 points, six rebounds, and seven assists, while Jerome Saxton added 14 points and 13 rebounds.  Raphael Kendrick chipped in with 13 points.  Parker Carter led a balanced Hazard attack with 10 points while Lamar Williams pulled down 11 rebounds. 

Hazard

9

11

9

25

-

54

Mayfield

19

11

14

14

-

58

 

Hazard

(54) -

Sizemore 8, Carter 10, Williams 7, Gabbard 2, Wood 6, Lyttle 9, Patrick 8, Robertson 2, Housley 2.

Mayfield

(58) -

Barnes 6, Kendrick 13, Saxton 14, Cherry 3, Parrott 18, England 2, Shoales 2.

Game No. 5  Lyon County (12-6) (Region 2) vs. Somerset (8-10) (Region 12)

Lyon County coach Kelly Carwile started the following lineup:  6-3 Jr. Ty Rogers, 6-1 Jr. Chris Wilson, 6-3 Sr. Mitch McLeod, 5-9 Sr. Adam Burgdolf, and 5-7 Sr. Justin Watson.  Somerset coach Shawn Thacker countered with 6-2 Jr. Josh Thompson, 6-2 Sr. Trey Sharpe, 6-2 Jr. Neal Tucker, 5-10 So. Nathan Bray, and 6-1 So. Ryan Jamison.

Somerset’s defense did a good job holding Ty Rogers, who had been averaging 31 ppg, to 24 points on their way to a 55-47 victory over Lyon County.  Somerset held a 37.5%-35.2% edge over Lyon County in field goal shooting and held a 40-29 advantage in rebounds.  Somerset was led today by Trey Sharpe with 23 points and 10 rebounds.  Josh Thompson added eight points and pulled down 12 rebounds.  Lyon County was led by Ty Rogers with 24 points and seven rebounds while Chris Wilson added 13 points.   

Lyon County

9

8

17

13

-

47

Somerset

9

12

13

21

-

55

 

Lyon County

(47) -

Rogers 24, Wilson 13, McLeod 4, Burgdolf 3, Watson 3.

Somerset

(55) -

Thompson 8, Sharpe 23, Tucker 2, Bray 7, Jamison 7, Megargel 5, Keck 3.

Game No. 6  Corbin (10-9) (Region 13) vs. Bardstown Bethlehem (15-4) (Region 5)

Corbin coach Tony Pietrowski started the following lineup:  6-1 Sr. Jeremy Farmer, 6-0 So. Jordan Noble, 6-10 Sr. Isaiah Mills, 6-2 Sr. Johnny Hammons, and 5-10 Sr. Tyler Henson.   Bardstown Bethlehem coach Bev Hart countered with 6-2 Jr. Kevan Kelly, 5-9 Sr. Patrick Carey, 6-2 Jr. Jeff Thompson, 5-10 Sr. Michael Voils, and 5-11 Sr. Josh McMahon.

Bethlehem held a 43.1%-39.1% edge in field goal shooting and held a 17-6 advantage from the free throw line on their way to a 67-60 victory over Corbin.  The also did an excellent job doubling down on defense to limit Isaiah Mills to eight field goal attempts for the evening.  The victors were led by Patrick Carey, Kevan Kelly, Michael Voils, and 6-1 Sr. Ryan Cecil with 16, 13, 12, and 11 points respectively.  Kelly also pulled down 10 rebounds.  Corbin was led by Johnny Hammons and Jeremy Farmer with 16 points each.   Mills added 11 points and pulled down 12 rebounds.   Jordan Noble chipped in with six points and 10 rebounds. 

Corbin

14

9

11

26

-

60

Bardstown Bethlehem

19

14

17

17

-

67

 

Corbin

(60) -

Farmer 16, Noble 6, Mills 11, Hammons 16, Henson 0, Maquet 3, Haban 4, Parks 4.

Bardstown Bethlehem

(67) -

Kelly 13, Carey 16, J. Thompson 4, Voils 12, McMahon 4, A. Thompson 7, Cecil 11.

Game No. 7  Paintsville (11-2) (Region 15) vs. Rose Hill Christian (16-3) (Region 16)

Paintsville coach Bill Mike Runyon started the following lineup:  6-4 Sr. Stuart Rutledge, 6-1 Jr. Shane Simpkins, 6-5 Jr. Peyton Conley, 5-10 Sr. Adam Rice, and 5-11 Sr. Adam Collins.  Rose Hill Christian coach Jeff Hall countered with 6-5 Sr. Marques Dawson, 6-4 Sr. Mark King, 6-4 Sr. David Frazier, 5-10 So. Zach Gillum, and 6-4 8th grader O. J. Mayo.

Rose Hill went on an 18-3 run that erased an eight point deficit and allowed them to take a 42-35 halftime lead on their way to a 77-65 victory over Paintsville.  Rose Hill held a 52.8%-37.7% edge in field goal shooting and was 11 of 22 from the three point line.  The victors were led by O. J. Mayo with 31 points and 12 rebounds.  Zach Gillum added 20 points, including five three point goals.  Stuart Rutledge led Paintsville with 17 points and 10 rebounds.  Shane Simpkins, Peyton Conley, and Adam Collins added 12, 12, and 11 points respectively.   

Paintsville

20

15

9

21

-

65

Rose Hill Christian

15

27

21

14

-

77

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paintsville

(65) -

Rutledge 17, Simpkins 12, Conley 12, Rice 6, Collins 11, Jarrell 7.

Rose Hill Christian

(77) -

Dawson 7, King 7, Frazier 0, Z. Gillum 20, Mayo 31, Taylor 5, Marcus Thomas 4, Matt  Thomas 3.

Game No. 8  Monroe County (7-9) (Region 4) vs. Louisville Holy Cross (6-7) (Region 6)

Monroe County coach Brian Carter started the following lineup:  6-2 Sr. Radford Graves, 6-3 Jr. Michael Emberton, 6-4 Jr. Daniel Harlan, 6-0 Sr. Zack Grace, and 5-11 Jr. Jeremy Myatt.  Louisville Holy Cross coach Jody Thorsnberry countered with 6-1 Sr. Michael Brumleve, 5-11 Sr. Brent Richard, 6-3 Sr. Adam Moseley, 6-1 Jr. Jeff Wachtel, and 5-9 Sr. Derek Lindsey.

Monroe County outscored Holy Cross 18-10 in the final quarter on their way to a 61-52 victory.  Monroe County shot 54.8% from the field and connected on 15 of 24 free throw attempts.  Holy Cross shot 36.5% from the field and was six of 10 from the free throw line.  The victors were led by Radford Graves, Zack Grace, and Michael Emberton with 16, 16, and 13 points respectively.  Graves also pulled down 13 rebounds.  Holy Cross was led by Derek Lindsey with 13 points.  Michael Brumleve added 12 points and pulled down nine rebounds while Brent Richard added 11 points. 

Monroe County

18

14

11

18

-

61

Louisville Holy Cross

8

19

15

10

-

52

 

Monroe County

(61) -

Graves 16, Emberton 13, Harlan 10, Grace 16, Jeremy Myatt 2, Witty 2, Roper 2.

Louisville Holy Cross

(52) -

Brumleve 12, Richard 11, Moseley 0, Wachtel 3, Lindsey 13, Settles 5, Goff 3, Stevenson 5.

 
 February 7th - Day 2  (Quarterfinals)

Game No. 9  Bishop Brossart (16-4) vs. Frankfort (16-5) Quarterfinal #1

Bishop Brossart coach Willie Schlarman started the following lineup:  6-3 Jr. Rob Doyle, 6-5 So. Kevin Smith, 6-5 So. Evan McDole, 6-1 Sr. Jeff Henry, and 5-11 Sr. Andy Kremer.  Frankfort coach Scott Chalk countered with 6-4 Sr. Chris Current, 6-3 Sr. Clinton Hall, 6-4 So. Torian Robertson, 6-0 So. Will Current, and 6-2 Fr. Aaron Dunaway. 

Frankfort nailed 26 of 31 from the free throw line and outrebounded Bishop Brossart 34-20 on their way to a 55-45 victory.  The victors were led today by Torian Robertson with 18 points and 10 rebounds.  Chris Current added 15 points and 12 rebounds.  Bishop Brossart was led by Jeff Henry, Rob Doyle, and 6-2 Sr. Mitch Orth, with 10 points each.  6-11 Jr. Derrick Rhoden added nine points.

Bishop Brossart

10

10

14

11

-

45

Frankfort

12

13

12

18

-

55

 

Bishop Brossart

(45) -

Doyle 10, Smith 4, McDole 1, Henry 10, Kremer 1, Orth 10, Rhoden 9.

Frankfort

(55) -

C. Current 15, Hall 8, Robertson 18, W. Current 4, Dunaway 10.

Game No. 10  Mayfield (18-3) vs. St. Henry (15-4) Quarterfinal #2

Mayfield coach Chris Guhy started the following lineup:  6-0 Sr. Tristian Barnes, 6-3 Sr. Raphael Kendrick, 6-3 Sr. Jerome Saxton, 5-11 Sr. Terrian Cherry, and 6-0 Sr. Derrick Parrott.  St. Henry coach Dave Faust countered with 6-4 Sr. Matt Otte, 6-4 Sr. Todd Vieth, 6-2 Sr. Michael Schmidt, 6-1 Sr. Ross Czarnik, and 5-10 Sr. Matt Fabiani.   

St. Henry won a nail-biter over Mayfield by a score of 53-51.  St. Henry shot 40% from the field, was eight of 13 from the free throw line, and pulled down 29 rebounds, while Mayfield shot 39.6%, was eight of 14 from the charity stripe, and grabbed 38 rebounds.  St. Henry was led by Michael Schmidt with 22 points.  Matt Otte and Matt Fabiani added 10 and nine points respectively.   Mayfield was led by Raphael Kendrick with 16 points and eight rebounds.  Derrick Parrott added 13 points, seven rebounds, and six assists while Jerome Saxton added nine points and nine rebounds.

Mayfield

8

13

17

13

-

51

St. Henry

19

11

11

12

-

53

 

Mayfield

(51) -

Barnes 2, Kendrick 16, Saxton 9, Cherry 2, Parrott 13, England 2, Shoales 7.

St. Henry

(53) -

Otte 10, Vieth 2, Schmidt 22, Czarnik 5, Fabiani 9, Lageman 5.

Game No. 11  Bardstown Bethlehem (16-4) vs. Somerset (9-10) Quarterfinal #3

Bardstown Bethlehem coach Bev Hart started the following lineup:  6-2 Jr. Kevan Kelly, 5-9 Sr. Patrick Carey, 6-2 Jr. Jeff Thompson, 5-10 Sr. Michael Voils, and 5-11 Sr. Josh McMahon.  Somerset coach Shawn Thacker countered with 6-2 Jr. Josh Thompson, 6-2 Sr. Trey Sharpe, 6-2 Jr. Neal Tucker, 5-10 So. Nathan Bray, and 6-1 So. Ryan Jamison.  

Trey Sharpe hit a driving layup with one second remaining on the clock to give Somerset a 44-43 victory over Bethlehem.  This capped a big comeback for Somerset, who trailed by 17 points in the first half as Bethlehem nailed seven three-pointers in the opening 16 minutes.  Somerset shot 34.1% from the field while Bethlehem could only manage 29.8% including a frigid 14.3% in the second half.  Somerset was led today by Trey Sharpe with 20 points and 11 rebounds.  Nathan Bray added 14 points, all in the third quarter.  Bethlehem was led by Patrick Carey with 12 points.  Kevan Kelly added 11 points and 13 rebounds.     

Bardstown Bethlehem

20

12

5

6

-

43

Somerset

8

11

16

9

-

44

 

Bardstown Bethlehem

(43) -

Kelly 11, Carey 12, J. Thompson 9, Voils 5, McMahon 3, Cecil 3.

Somerset

(44) -

Thompson 0, Sharpe 20, Tucker 5, Bray 14, Jamison 2, Norman 2, Keck 1.

Game No. 12  Monroe County (8-9) vs. Rose Hill Christian (17-3) Quarterfinal #4

Monroe County coach Brian Carter started the following lineup:  6-2 Sr. Radford Graves, 6-3 Jr. Michael Emberton, 6-4 Jr. Daniel Harlan, 6-0 Sr. Zack Grace, and 5-11 Jr. Jeremy Myatt.  Rose Hill Christian coach Jeff Hall countered with 6-5 Sr. Marques Dawson, 6-4 Sr. Mark King, 6-4 Sr. David Frazier, 5-10 So. Zach Gillum, and 6-4 8th grader O. J. Mayo. 

Despite only connecting on nine of 23 from the free throw line and being outrebounded 43-29, Rose Hill defeated Monroe County 69-64.  Rose Hill held a  47.3%-41.8% edge in field goal shooting.  Rose Hill Christian was led by O. J. Mayo with 22 points, six rebounds, and four assists.  Marques Dawson added 14 points and nine rebounds.  Zach Gillum and David Frazier chipped in with 13 and 10 points respectively.  Monroe County was led by Radford Graves with 24 points and 13 rebounds.  5-11 Jr. Josh Roper and Zack Grace added 13 and 12 points respectively.      

Monroe County

18

21

8

17

-

64

Rose Hill Christian

20

14

16

19

-

69

 

Monroe County

(64) -

Graves 24, Emberton 7, Harlan 4, Grace 12, Jeremy Myatt 0, Witty 4, Roper 13.

Rose Hill Christian

(69) -

Dawson 14, King 2, Frazier 10, Z. Gillum 13, Mayo 22, Taylor 4, Marcus Thomas 4.

 
 February 8th - Day 3 (Semifinals)

Game No. 13  St. Henry (16-4) vs. Frankfort (17-5) Semifinal #1

St. Henry coach Dave Faust started the following lineup:  6-4 Sr. Matt Otte, 6-4 Sr. Todd Vieth, 6-2 Sr. Michael Schmidt, 6-1 Sr. Ross Czarnik, and 5-10 Sr. Matt Fabiani.  Frankfort coach Scott Chalk countered with 6-4 Sr. Chris Current, 6-3 Sr. Clinton Hall, 6-4 So. Torian Robertson, 6-0 So. Will Current, and 6-2 Fr. Aaron Dunaway. 

St. Henry started off extremely cold, missing nine of their first 12 shots and falling behind 17-8, before rallying both on offense and defense to defeat Frankfort by a score of 58-50.  St. Henry’s defense was the real hero as they held Frankfort star Chris Current, who was averaging 25 ppg, to 13 points on four of 16 shooting from the field.  St. Henry was led today by Todd Vieth with 18 points and 10 rebounds.  Matt Otte and Michael Schmidt added 11 and 10 points respectively.   Frankfort was led by Aaron Dunaway with 19 points.  Chris Current added 13 points and eight rebounds while Torian Robertson chipped in with nine points and pulled down 13 rebounds.

St. Henry

12

12

12

22

-

58

Frankfort

17

6

9

18

-

50

 

St. Henry

(58) -

Otte 11, Vieth 18, Schmidt 10, Czarnik 8, Fabiani 8, Lageman 3.

Frankfort

(50) -

C. Current 13, Hall 2, Robertson 9, W. Current 7, Dunaway 19.

Game No. 14  Rose Hill Christian (18-3) vs. Somerset (10-10) Semifinal #2

Rose Hill Christian coach Jeff Hall started the following lineup:  6-5 Sr. Marques Dawson, 6-4 Sr. Mark King, 6-3 Sr. Josh Magnusson, 5-10 So. Zach Gillum, and 6-4 8th grader O. J. Mayo.  Somerset coach Shawn Thacker countered with 6-2 Jr. Josh Thompson, 6-2 Sr. Trey Sharpe, 6-2 Jr. Neal Tucker, 5-10 So. Nathan Bray, and 6-1 So. Ryan Jamison.   

Rose Hill held a 46%-40% edge in field goal shooting and held a 16-4 edge from the free throw line on their way to a 67-59 victory over Somerset.  Rose Hill was led by O. J. Mayo with 21 points and seven rebounds.  Marques Dawson added 15 points and eight rebounds while Zach Gillum chipped in with 13 points including four three point baskets.  Somerset was led by Trey Sharpe with 23 points and nine rebounds.  Ryan Jamison added 17 points.  

Rose Hill Christian

18

16

15

18

-

67

Somerset

12

12

20

15

-

59

 

Rose Hill Christian

(67) -

Dawson 15, King 2, Magnusson 5, Z. Gillum 13, Mayo 21, Taylor 2, Matt Thomas 3, Frazier 6.

Somerset

(59) -

Thompson 2, Sharpe 23, Tucker 2, Bray 9, Jamison 17, Norman 2, Keck 4.

 
 February 9th - Day 4 (Championship)

Game No. 15  Rose Hill Christian (19-3) vs. St. Henry (17-4) Championship

Rose Hill Christian coach Jeff Hall started the following lineup:  6-5 Sr. Marques Dawson, 6-4 Sr. Mark King, 6-3 Sr. Josh Magnusson, 5-10 So. Zach Gillum, and 6-4 8th grader O. J. Mayo.  St. Henry coach Dave Faust countered with 6-4 Sr. Matt Otte, 6-4 Sr. Todd Vieth, 6-2 Sr. Michael Schmidt, 6-1 Sr. Ross Czarnik, and 5-10 Sr. Matt Fabiani.   

St. Henry outscored Rose Hill 22-4 in the third quarter on their way to an 81-62 victory and the tourney championship.  St. Henry shot 62% from the field, 15 of 19 from the free throw line and pulled down 38 rebounds while Rose Hill was 39.4% from the field, two of two from the free throw line, and had 23 rebounds.  St. Henry was led by Michael Schmidt, Todd Vieth, and Matt Otte with 20, 19, and 17 points respectively.  Otte pulled down 13 rebounds.  Matt Fabiani added 10 points and dished out 13 assists.  O. J. Mayo led Rose Hill with 25 points and nine rebounds.  Mark King added 11 points.     

Rose Hill Christian

11

19

4

28

-

62

St. Henry

8

22

22

29

-

81

 

Rose Hill Christian

(62) -

Dawson 6, King 11, Magnusson 0, Z. Gillum 6, Mayo 25, Taylor 2, Matt Thomas 5, Maynard 2, Frazier 5.

St. Henry

(81) -

Otte 17, Vieth 19, Schmidt 20, Czarnik 6, Fabiani 10, Hukle 2, Lageman 7.

All Tournament Team

Michael Schmidt

6-2

Sr.

St. Henry

4 games 

14.5 ppg

7.3 rpg

 

MVP

Todd Vieth

6-4

Sr.

St. Henry

4 games

17.0 ppg

9.5 rpg

 

 

Matt Fabiani

5-10

Sr.

St. Henry

4 games

9.5 ppg

7.3 apg

 

 

Matt Otte

6-4

Sr.

St. Henry

4 games

9.5 ppg

6.5 rpg

 

 

O.J. Mayo

6-4

8th

Rose Hill Christian

4 games

24.8 ppg

8.5 rpg

3.0 apg

 

Marques Dawson

6-5

Sr.

Rose Hill Christian

4 games

 10.5 ppg

6.3 rpg

 

 

Zach Gillum

5-10

So.

Rose Hill Christian

4 games

13.0 ppg

3.0 rpg

 

 

Radford Graves

6-2

Sr.

Monroe County

2 games

20.0 ppg

13.0 rpg

4.0 apg

 

Patrick Carey

5-9

Sr.

Bethlehem

2 games

14.0 ppg

 

 

 

Aaron Dunaway

6-2

Fr.

Frankfort

3 games

15.0 ppg

 

 

 

Chris Current

6-4

Sr.

Frankfort

3 games

16.3 ppg

10.3 rpg

 

 

Trey Sharpe

6-2 

Sr.

Somerset

3 games

22.0 ppg

10.0 rpg

 

 

Ty Rogers

6-3

Jr.

Lyon County

1 game

24.0 ppg

7.0 rpg

 

 

Conclusions
 
Dave Cantrall’s All ‘A’ rankings which appeared in the Lexington Herald-Leader on February 6th had Rose Hill and St. Henry ranked No. 1 and No. 2.  They ended up in the championship game with St. Henry taking home the big trophy.  St. Henry personified the team concept with four players being named to the all-tourney team.   Rose Hill 8th grader O.J. Mayo had an excellent tournament and Frankfort Fr. Aaron Dunaway established himself as a young player to watch.

Please feel free to send your comments and questions concerning the tournament, teams, or players to me at prephoops@yahoo.com .  

Ron Harrison’s reports on this and other basketball events appear on http://www.angelfire.com/ky/prephoops.