Touchstone Energy All “A” Classic
Girls Basketball Tournament

McBrayer Arena
Eastern Kentucky University
Richmond, Kentucky

February 5-9, 2003

Copyright 2003 Ron Harrison

 The All “A” Classic included four girls teams in 1991.  The 1992 version expanded to include eight girls teams and in 1993 the tournament again expanded to include a full complement of 16 teams.  Winners crowned to date are 1991 Cumberland, 1992 Cumberland, 1993 Nicholas County, 1994 Louisville Holy Cross, 1995 Monroe County, 1996 Louisville Holy Cross, 1997 Hazard, 1998 Hazard, 1999 Bishop Brossart, 2000 Somerset, 2001 Jackson County, and 2002 Jackson County.


 February 5th - Day 1

Game No. 1  Whitesburg (16-3) (Region 14) vs. West Carter (15-5) (Region 16)

Whitesburg coach Dickie Adams started the following lineup:  5-8 So. Whitney Hogg, 5-9 So. Camille Cook, 6-0 Jr. Ashley Stidham, 5-6 Sr. Chastity Fox, and 5-4 Sr. Afton Blair.   West Carter coach coach John “Hop” Brown countered with 5-10 Sr. Brooke Mullis, 5-11 Fr. Brandi Rayburn, 5-11 Sr. Jenise James, 5-7 Jr. Stephanie Hall, and 5-6 Sr. Megen Gearhart.

Whitesburg led 39-35 entering the final quarter, and the score was tied 49-49 with 1:12 remaining in the game before West Carter hit six of six free throws to give them a 55-51 victory.  Whitesburg maintained a 40%-37.3% edge in field goal shooting and outrebounded West Carter 36-30.  West Carter was four of 18 from the three point line while Whitesburg only connected on one of seven shots beyond the arc.  The victors were led by Megen Gearhart and Brooke Mullis with 21 and 11 points respectively.  Whitesburg was led by Chastity Fox and Ashley Stidham with 16 points each.  Stidham also pulled down 11 rebounds.   Whitney Hogg added six points, 11 rebounds, and seven assists.  Camille Cook chipped in with 13 points and eight rebounds. 

Whitesburg

12

12

15

12

-

51

West Carter

12

10

13

20

-

55

 

Whitesburg

(51) -

Hogg 6, Cook 13, Stidham 16, Fox 16, Blair 0.

West Carter

(55) -

Mullis 11, Rayburn 4, James 7, Hall 6, Gearhart 21, Perry 6.

Game No. 2  Newport Central Catholic (16-4) (Region 9) vs. Washington County (13-1) (Region 5)

Newport Central Catholic coach Christie McDonald started the following lineup:  5-8 So. Jayme Thiem, 5-8 Jr. Tricia Bertke, 5-10 Sr. Heather Maudlin, 5-7 Jr. Jenny Prigge, and 5-11 Jr. Nicole Chiodi.  Washington County coach Bill Newton countered with 5-9 Jr. Alison Bartley, 5-8 Sr. Ashley Filiatreau, 5-8 Sr. Kimberly Terrell, 5-7 Sr. Lynn Railey, and 5-7 So. Katie Filiatreau.

Newport Central Catholic led 25-18 at halftime and increased their margin to double digits in the third quarter on their way to a 58-42 victory over Washington County.  Newport Central Catholic held a 39.2%-33.3% edge in field goal shooting and held a 15-0 advantage from beyond the three point arc.  Newport Central Catholic was led by Jayme Thiem, Jenny Prigge, Heather Maudlin, and Nicole Chiodi with 17, 13, 11, and 10 points respectively.  Washington County was led by Katie Filiatreau and 5-9 Fr. Brittany Edelen with 16 and 10 points respectively. 

Newport Central Catholic

12

13

21

12

-

58

Washington County

14

4

14

10

-

42

 

Newport Central Catholic

(58) -

Thiem 17, Bertke 2, Maudlin 11, Prigge 13, Chiodi 10, Schout 2, Ziegler 1, Smith 2.

Washington County

(42) -

Bartley 0, A. Filiatreau 4, Terrell 6, Railey 2, K. Filiatreau 16, Edelen 12, Shewmaker 2.

Game No. 3  Betsy Layne (16-2) (Region 15) vs. Christian Academy of Louisville (15-3) (Region 7)

Betsy Layne coach Cassandra Akers started the following lineup:  5-7 Sr. Natasha Stratton, 5-10 Jr. Tabetha Witt, 6-1 So. Kristal Daniels, 5-7 So. Kim Clark and 5-5 Sr. Tiffany Meade.  Christian Academy coach Don Rice countered with 5-11 Sr. Kristi Beougher, 5-6 Fr. Meredith Marsh, 6-2 So. Ashley Fishback, 5-9 So. Jessie Marshall, and 5-6 Sr. Nikki Thompson.

Christian Academy of Louisville held a 41-23 margin on the boards on their way to a 60-47 victory over Betsy Layne.  Christian Academy was led by Kristi Beougher with 23 points and 15 rebounds.  5-10 So. Ali Shubert added 12 points and 10 rebounds.  Nikki Thompson and Jessie Marshall chipped in with 10 points each.  Betsy Layne was led by Kim Clark and Natasha Stratton with 21 and nine points respectively. 

Betsy Layne

12

15

9

11

-

47

Christian Academy of Louisville

19

11

16

14

-

60

 

Betsy Layne

(47) -

Stratton 9, Witt 6, Daniels 2, Clark 21, Meade 7, Akers 2.

Christian Academy of Louisville

(60) -

Beougher 23, Marsh 0, Fishback 0, Marshall 10, Thompson 10, Blake 5, Shubert 12.

Game No. 4  Whitesville Trinity (9-7) (Region 3) vs. Jackson County (16-4) (Region 13)

Whitesville Trinity coach Emily Mills started the following lineup:  5-11 Jr. Lauren Mattingly, 5-10 Jr. Victoria Clouse, 6-0 Sr. Jessica Clouse, 5-6 Jr. Sarah McDaniel, and 5-5 So. Emily Bickett.   Jackson County coach Greg Parrett countered with 5-8 So. Danielle Roaden, 5-8 Sr. Jenna Lakes, 6-6 Jr. Sarah Elliott, 5-4 Sr. Jeannena Hignite, and 5-3 Jr. Whitney Moore.

Jackson County’s Sarah Elliott blocked the first four shots Whitesville Trinity attempted and Jackson County held a 41.7%-25% edge in field goal shooting on their way to a 59-40 victory.  Jackson County also held a 49-33 advantage on the boards.  Jackson County was led by Sarah Elliott with 19 points, 15 rebounds, and nine blocked shots.  Jeannena Hignite tied Elliott for the scoring lead with 19 points.  Whitesville Trinity was led by Lauren Mattingly with 13 points and 11 rebounds.  Sarah McDaniel added 10 points.   

Whitesville Trinity

12

7

9

12

-

40

Jackson County

14

23

13

9

-

59

 

Whitesville Trinity

(40) -

Mattingly 13, V. Clouse 5, J. Clouse 3, McDaniel 10, Bickett 4, Howard 3, Kaelin 2.

Jackson County

(59) -

Roaden 8, J. Lakes 0, Elliott 19, Hignite 19, W. Moore 2, B. Bingham 5, Deaton 2, C. Bingham 4.

Game No. 5  Lexington Christian Academy (11-5) (Region 11) vs. Mayfield (15-4) (Region 1)

Lexington Christian Academy coach Ralph Sallee started the following lineup:  5-8 So. Leah Anderson, 5-6 So. Kayla Yates, 5-8 Fr. Katie Brittain, 5-3 8th grade Emily London, and 5-7 Sr. Elisabeth Jones.  Mayfield coach Don Hubbard countered with 5-8 Sr. Nasa Karpoukhina, 5-8 Sr. Teri Rogers, 5-8 Sr. Dwan Galbreath, 5-6 Sr. Erin Bradley, and 5-9 Sr. Jan Dodson.

Lexington Christian Academy shot 56% from the field and led 28-22 at the intermission.  However, they could only manage 27.3% in the second half, and Mayfield rallied for a 49-41 victory.  Mayfield held a slight 42.5%-42.2% edge in field goal shooting and enjoyed a 32-21 margin on the boards.  Mayfield was 13 of 19 from the free throw line while LCA only visited the charity line three times going zero for three.  Mayfield was led by Jan Dodson with 26 points and 10 rebounds.  Lexington Christian Academy was led by Elisabeth Jones and Emily London with 12 and 10 points respectively. 

Lexington Christian Academy

16

12

6

7

-

41

Mayfield

16

6

12

15

-

49

 

Lexington Christian Academy

(41) -

Anderson 7, Yates 8, Brittain 4, London 10, Jones 12.

Mayfield

(49) -

Karpoukhina 4, Rogers 8, Galbreath 3, Bradley 8, Dodson 26.

Game No. 6  Louisville Holy Cross (14-5) (Region 6) vs. Somerset (14-5) (Region 12)

Louisville Holy Cross coach Tim Clark started the following lineup:  5-8 Sr. Stephanie Lush, 6-0 Sr. Jenn Skaggs, 6-2 Jr. Sara Eilers, 5-7 Sr. Jennifer Jones, and 5-6 Sr. Tiffany Reid.  Somerset coach Judie Mason countered with 5-8 Sr. Whitney Alderdice, 5-9 Jr. Katie Irvine, 6-0 Jr. Meg Stevenson, 5-7 Jr. Sarah Cole, and 5-4 Sr. Amy Honeycutt.

Louisville Holy Cross scored 27 points off 19 Somerset turnovers and held a 43-34 rebound margin on their way to a 66-50 victory.  Holy Cross was 17 of 17 from the free throw line while Somerset visited the charity stripe 32 times but could only connect on 18 shots.  The victors were led by Jennifer Jones with 19 points.  Jenn Skaggs added 18 points and pulled down 13 rebounds.  Tiffany Reid added 12 points, seven rebounds, and four steals.  Somerset was led by Amy Honeycutt with 16 points.  5-7 So. Madison Flowers added 12 points. 

Louisville Holy Cross

22

14

12

18

-

66

Somerset

8

15

10

17

-

50

 

Louisville Holy Cross

(66) -

Lush 4, Skaggs 18, Eilers 9, Jones 19, Reid 12, Pfeiffer 2, Bowman 2.

Somerset

(50) -

Alderdice 9, Irvine 7, Stevenson 6, Cole 0, Honeycutt 16, Flowers 12.

Game No. 7  Dawson Springs (8-5) (Region 2) vs. Clinton County (18-1) (Region 4)

Dawson Springs coach Norman Manasco started the following lineup:  5-6 Jr. Lindsey Butler, 5-8 Fr. Ashli Lanham, 5-8 Jr. Leslie Hamby, 5-7 Sr. Keila Smiley, and 5-1 Jr. Amy Stallins.  Clinton County coach Gary Abbott  countered with 5-10 Sr. Staci Ross, 5-7 So. Paige Guffey, 6-5 Sr. Angela Brown, 5-6 So. Amber Guffey, and 5-8 So. Brittany Abbott.

Clinton County held a 40.7%-20.9% edge in field goal shooting, holding Dawson Springs to nine field goals on their way to a 59-22 victory.  Clinton County also held a 42-26 rebounding margin.  The victors were led by Angela Brown with 18 points and nine rebounds.  Brittany Abbott added 15 points on five three point baskets while Amber Guffey chipped in with 12 points.  Amy Stallins led Dawson Springs with six points. 

Dawson Springs

4

8

6

4

-

22

Clinton County

11

19

11

18

-

59

 

Dawson Springs

(22) -

Butler 4, Lanham 4, Hamby 4, Smiley 4, Stallins 6. 

Clinton County

(59) -

Ross 7, P. Guffey 2, Brown 18, A. Guffey 12, Abbott 15, Cummings 3, Papineau 2.

Game No. 8  Bishop Brossart (16-4) (Region 10) vs. Owen County (16-2) (Region 8)

Bishop Brossart coach Ray Kues started the following lineup:  5-6 Sr. Casey Geiman, 5-10 Sr. Ashley Seiter, 6-0 Sr. Sarah Christen, 5-6 Sr. Sarah Wright, and 5-5 So. Lauren Vasquez.  Owen County coach Delmas Castle countered with 5-10 Sr. Andrea Perkins, 5-7 So. Kaylan Richardson, 5-11 Jr. Casey Perkins, and 5-5 Jr. Katie Smith, and 5-8 Sr. Ashli Kermicle.

Bishop Brossart outscored Owen County 13-6 in the final quarter to pull away for a 43-32 victory.  Bishop Brossart scored 12 points on 15 Owen County turnovers.  Neither team shot well from the field with Bishop Brossart shooting 33.3% and Owen County only connecting at a 29.5% rate.  Bishop Brossart was 11 of 18 from the free throw line while Owen County could only manage four of 14 from the charity stripe.  The victors were led by Casey Geiman with 14 points and 13 rebounds.  Owen County was led by Katie Smith with 11 points.   

Bishop Brossart

14

9

7

13

-

43

Owen County

12

9

5

6

-

32

 

Bishop Brossart

(43) -

Geiman 14, Seiter 5, Christen 2, Wright 9, Vasquez 9, Giglia 1, Lloyd 3.

Owen County

(32) -

A. Perkins 4, Richardson 2, C. Perkins 6, Smith 11, Kermickle 7, B. Perkins 2.

 

February 7th - Day 2  (Quarterfinals)

Game No. 9  Newport Central Catholic (17-4) vs. West Carter (16-5) Quarterfinal #1

Newport Central Catholic coach Christie McDonald started the following lineup:  5-8 So. Jayme Thiem, 5-8 Jr. Tricia Bertke, 5-10 Sr. Heather Maudlin, 5-7 Jr. Jenny Prigge, and 5-11 Jr. Nicole Chiodi.  West Carter coach coach John “Hop” Brown countered with 5-10 Sr. Brooke Mullis, 5-11 Fr. Brandi Rayburn, 5-11 Sr. Jenise James, 5-7 Jr. Stephanie Hall, and 5-6 Sr. Megen Gearhart. 

Newport Central Catholic’s Jayme Thiem scored on a driving layup with less than ten seconds remaining on the clock to take a 52-51 victory over West Carter.  West Carter had one last chance but a layup at the buzzer rolled off the rim.  Newport Central Catholic shot 38.82% from the field, was 13 of 19 from the free throw line, and captured 33 rebounds.  West Carter shot 45.8% from the field, was five of seven from the charity stripe, and had 28 rebounds.  Newport Central Catholic was led by Jayme Thiem and Nichole Chiodi with 16 and 15 points respectively.  West Carter was led by Megen Gearhart and Brooke Mullis with 17 and 13 points respectively.  Mullis also pulled down eight rebounds. 

Newport Central Catholic

14

15

14

9

-

52

West Carter

11

12

15

13

-

51

 

Newport Central Catholic

(52) -

Thiem 16, Bertke 2, Maudlin 6, Prigge 0, Chiodi 15, Ziegler 8, Gemmer 5.

West Carter

(51) -

Mullis 13, Rayburn 8, James 6, Hall 5, Gearhart 17, Duncan 2.

Game No. 10  Jackson County (17-4) vs. Christian Academy of Louisville (16-3) Quarterfinal #2

Jackson County coach Greg Parrett started the following lineup:  5-8 So. Brittany Bingham, 5-8 Sr. Jenna Lakes, 6-6 Jr. Sarah Elliott, 5-4 Sr. Jeannena Hignite, and 5-3 Jr. Whitney Moore.  Christian Academy coach Don Rice countered with 5-11 Sr. Kristi Beougher, 5-6 Fr. Meredith Marsh, 6-2 So. Ashley Fishback, 5-9 So. Jessie Marshall, and 5-6 Sr. Nikki Thompson.

Jackson County led by 16 points early in the final quarter but had to survive a three point barrage by Christian Academy to pull out a 58-53 victory.  Jackson County held a 52.5%-30.4% edge in field goal shooting but Christian Academy held a 27-12 advantage in three point points (nine goals to four).  Jackson County was led by Sarah Elliott with 18 points and 13 rebounds.  Jeannena Hignite added 17 points and eight rebounds.  Christian Academy was led by Meredith Marsh with 18 points on a tourney record-tying six three point baskets, including four in the final period.  Nikki Thompson and Kristi Beougher added 14 and 10 points respectively.  Beougher pulled down 13 rebounds. 

Jackson County

11

14

19

14

-

58

Christian Academy of Louisville

5

8

17

23

-

53

 

Jackson County

(58) -

B. Bingham 9, J. Lakes 2, Elliott 18, Hignite 17, Moore 3, Roaden 4.

Christian Academy of Louisville

(53) -

Beougher 10, Marsh 18, Fishback 0, Marshall 2, Thompson 14, Kom 1, Shubert 5, Blake 5.

Game No. 11  Louisville Holy Cross (15-5) vs. Mayfield (16-4) Quarterfinal #3

Louisville Holy Cross coach Tim Clark started the following lineup:  5-8 Sr. Stephanie Lush, 6-0 Sr. Jenn Skaggs, 6-2 Jr. Sara Eilers, 5-7 Sr. Jennifer Jones, and 5-6 Sr. Tiffany Reid.  Mayfield coach Don Hubbard countered with 5-8 Sr. Nasa Karpoukhina, 5-8 Sr. Teri Rogers, 5-8 Sr. Dwan Galbreath, 5-6 Sr. Erin Bradley, and 5-9 Sr. Jan Dodson.

Louisville Holy Cross utilized a triangle-and-two defense in an effort to slow down Jan Dodson on their way to a 55-42 victory over Mayfield.  Holy Cross held a 37.8%-28.1% edge in field goal shooting.  Holy Cross connected on 20 of 31 free throws while Mayfield visited the charity stripe 16 times connecting on seven shots.  Holy Cross was led by Jennifer Jones with 18 points.  Jenn Skaggs added 11 points and pulled down 21 rebounds.  Mayfield was led by Jan Dodson with 19 points.  Teri Rogers added nine points and pulled down 10 rebounds. 

Louisville Holy Cross

13

10

13

19

-

55

Mayfield

6

9

11

16

-

42

 

Louisville Holy Cross

(55) -

Lush 2, Jenn Skaggs 11, Eilers 9, Jones 18, Reid 5, Kluesner 1, Pfeiffer 4, Bowman 3, Willoughby 2.

Mayfield

(42) -

Karpoukhina 0, Rogers 9, Galbreath 4, Bradley 7, Dodson 19, Dublin 3.

Game No. 12  Bishop Brossart (17-4) vs. Clinton County (19-1) Quarterfinal #4

Bishop Brossart coach Ray Kues started the following lineup:  5-6 Sr. Casey Geiman, 5-10 Sr. Ashley Seiter, 6-0 Sr. Sarah Christen, 5-6 Sr. Sarah Wright, and 5-5 So. Lauren Vasquez.  Clinton County coach Gary Abbott countered with 5-10 Sr. Staci Ross, 5-7 So. Paige Guffey, 6-5 Sr. Angela Brown, 5-6 So. Amber Guffey, and 5-8 So. Brittany Abbott.

Clinton County led 33-30 at the end of three quarters but outscored Bishop Brossart 17-4 in the final quarter on their way to a 50-34 victory.  Clinton County held a 42.9%-25.5% edge in field goal shooting and outscored Bishop Brossart 11-3 from the free throw line.  Clinton County was led by Amber Guffey with 15 points.  Angela Brown added 13 points and 11 rebounds while Staci Ross chipped in with nine points and six rebounds.  Bishop Brossart was led by Sarah Wright with 10 points, and Casey Geiman added eight points.  Geiman also pulled down 10 rebounds.

Bishop Brossart

5

12

13

4

-

34

Clinton County

10

13

10

17

-

50

 

Bishop Brossart

(34) -

Geiman 8, Seiter 5, Christen 2, Wright 10, Vasquez 7, Lloyd 2. 

Clinton County

(50) -

Ross 9, P. Guffey 7, Brown 13, A. Guffey 15, Abbott 6.

 
 February 8th - Day 3 (Semifinals)

Game No. 13  Jackson County (18-4) vs. Newport Central Catholic (18-4) Semifinal #1

Jackson County coach Greg Parrett started the following lineup:  5-8 So. Brittany Bingham, 5-8 Sr. Jenna Lakes, 6-6 Jr. Sarah Elliott, 5-4 Sr. Jeannena Hignite, and 5-3 Jr. Whitney Moore.  Newport Central Catholic coach Christie McDonald countered with 5-8 So. Jayme Thiem, 5-8 Jr. Tricia Bertke, 5-10 Sr. Heather Maudlin, 5-7 Jr. Jenny Prigge, and 5-11 Jr. Nicole Chiodi.   

Jackson County utilized a great performance by Sarah Elliott to defeat Newport Central Catholic by a score of 66-58.  Jackson County held a 58.5%-33.3% edge in field goal shooting.  The victors were led by Sarah Elliott with 32 points, 20 rebounds, and five blocked shots.  Whitney Moore and Brittany Bingham added 13 and 11 points respectively.  Newport Central Catholic was led by Nicole Chiodi with 20 points and nine assists.  Heather Maudlin and Jenny Prigge added 14 points each.

Jackson County

10

16

18

22

-

66

Newport Central Catholic

7

9

17

25

-

58

 

Jackson County

(66) -

B. Bingham 11, J. Lakes 0, Elliott 32, Hignite 4, Moore 13, Whitehead 2, Roaden 3, C. Bingham 1.

Newport Central Catholic

(58) -

Thiem 5, Bertke 2, Maudlin 14, Prigge 14, Chiodi 20, Schout 2, Gemmer 1.

Game No. 14  Clinton County (20-1) vs. Louisville Holy Cross (16-5) Semifinal #2

Clinton County coach Garry Abbott started the following lineup:  5-10 Sr. Staci Ross, 5-7 So. Paige Guffey, 6-5 Sr. Angela Brown, 5-6 So. Amber Guffey, and 5-8 So. Brittany Abbott.  Louisville Holy Cross coach Tim Clark countered with 5-8 Sr. Stephanie Lush, 6-0 Sr. Jenn Skaggs, 6-2 Jr. Sara Eilers, 5-7 Sr. Jennifer Jones, and 5-6 Sr. Tiffany Reid.

Clinton County outscored Holy Cross 18-7 in the third quarter on their way to a 58-47 victory.  Clinton County held a 47.6.5%-34% edge in field goal shooting and outrebounded Holy Cross 38-21.  Clinton County was led by Amber Guffey with 22 points, including 12 of 12 from the free throw line.  Angela Brown added 18 points, 14 rebounds, and six blocked shots.  Holy Cross was led by Jennifer Jones and Jenn Skaggs with 13 and 12 points respectively.  Skaggs also pulled down seven rebounds.   

Clinton County

11

15

18

14

-

58

Louisville Holy Cross

12

11

7

17

-

47

 

Clinton County

(58) -

Ross 7, P. Guffey 8, Brown 18, A. Guffey 22, Abbott 3.

Louisville Holy Cross

(47) -

Lush 7, Jenn Skaggs 12, Eilers 9, Jones 13, Reid 6.

 
 February 9th - Day 4 (Championship)

Game No. 15  Clinton County (21-1) vs. Jackson County (19-4) Championship

Clinton County coach Garry Abbott started the following lineup:  5-10 Sr. Staci Ross, 5-7 So. Paige Guffey, 6-5 Sr. Angela Brown, 5-6 So. Amber Guffey, and 5-8 So. Brittany Abbott.  Jackson County coach Greg Parrett countered with 5-8 So. Brittany Bingham, 5-8 Sr. Jenna Lakes, 6-6 Jr. Sarah Elliott, 5-4 Sr. Jeannena Hignite, and 5-3 Jr. Whitney Moore.

Clinton County continued their excellent defense this week, holding Jackson County to three of 19 from the field in the second half on their way to a 49-30 victory and the All “A” Classic Championship.  Clinton County held a 45.9%-28.2% edge in field goal shooting and was 50% (five of 10) from the three point line.  Clinton County was led today by Brittany Abbott with 15 points, including three three point baskets.  Amber Guffey added 11 points, six rebounds, and six assists.  Paige Guffey and Angela Brown added nine and eight points respectively, while Brown pulled down 10 rebounds.  Sarah Elliott led Jackson County with 12 points, nine rebounds, and three blocked shots.  Brittany Bingham added nine points.   

Clinton County

15

14

8

12

-

49

Jackson County

12

8

6

4

-

30

 

Clinton County

(49) -

Ross 4, P. Guffey 9, Brown 8, A. Guffey 11, Abbott 15, Papineau 2.

Jackson County

(30) -

B. Bingham 9, J. Lakes 0, Elliott 12, Hignite 1, Moore 5, Truett 1, Roaden 2.

All Tournament Team

Sarah Elliott

6-6

Jr.

Jackson County

4 games 

20.3 ppg

14.3 rpg

5.0 bpg

MVP

Brittany Bingham

5-8

So.

Jackson County

4 games 

8.5 ppg

4.0 rpg

 

 

Jeannena Hignite

5-4

Sr.

Jackson County

4 games 

10.3 ppg

4.0 rpg

4.8 apg

 

Amber Guffey

5-6

So.

Clinton County

4 games

15.0 ppg

5.3 rpg

5.3 apg

 

Paige Guffey

5-7

So.

Clinton County

4 games

 6.5 ppg

3.0 rpg

 

 

Angela Brown

6-5

Sr.

Clinton County

4 games

14.3 ppg

11.0 rpg

3.5 bpg

 

Nicole Chiodi

5-11

Jr.

Newport Central Catholic

3 games

15.0 ppg

6.0 rpg

5.3 apg

 

Jayme Thiem

5-8

So.

Newport Central Catholic

3 games

12.7 ppg

5.3 rpg

2.7 apg

 

Jenn Skaggs

6-0

Sr.

Louisville Holy Cross

3 games

13.7 ppg

13.7 rpg

2.0 apg

 

Jennifer Jones

5-7

Sr.

Louisville Holy Cross

3 games

16.7 ppg

4.3 rpg

2.0 apg

 

Casey Geiman

5-6

Sr.

Bishop Brossart

2 games

11.0 ppg

11.5 rpg

2.5 apg

 

Megen Gearhart

5-6

Sr.

West Carter

2 games

19.0 ppg

3.0 rpg

4.0 apg

 

Jan Dodson

5-9

Sr.

Mayfield

2 games

22.5 ppg

6.5 rpg

3.0 apg

 

Conclusion
 
Dave Cantrall’s All ‘A’ rankings which appeared in the Lexington Herald-Leader on February 5th had Clinton County firmly entrenched in the number one position.  The Lady Bulldogs won the prestigious Pickerington Tournament in Ohio and came into this tourney on an eleven game winning streak.  They continued on their hot streak this week, utilizing both inside and outside scoring and a stingy defense.  Jackson County’s Sarah Elliott had an excellent tourney and was named tourney MVP.  There were thirteen members of the all-tournament team with the following breakdown:  seven seniors, two juniors, and four sophs.

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.