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Wednesday, 1 December 2010
Paul Dunbar vs. Scott County (Girls) December 1, 2010
Topic: Basketball

2010PLDSC

 

 

Paul L. Dunbar (0-1)  vs.  Scott County (0-0)

Scott County High School

Georgetown, KY

December 1, 2010

 

Scott County raced out to a 49-30 lead at halftime on their way to a 80-71 victory over Dunbar.  The victorious Lady Cardinals increased the lead to 30 points in the third quarter before Coach Helton began subbing players.

5-11 Fr. Iman Guy led Scott County with 14 points and seven rebounds.  5-10 Sr. Kristen Stainback added 13 points.  5-11 Fr. Tereka Guyn recorded 12 points and five rebounds.

5-2 So. Kierra Muhammad led Dunbar with 21 points.  5-9 Jr. Morgan McEldowney and 5-2 So. Jordin Fender each recorded 13 points.

 

Paul Dunbar    15  15  11  30  -  71

Scott County   20  29  13  18  -  80

 

Paul Dunbar (71) – McEldowney 13, Fender 13, Parks 8, Haney 7, Muhammad 21, Raglin 4, Grabmayer 2, Kelsey 3.

Scott County (80) – Guyn 12, Guy 14, McKenzie 9, Stainback 13, Christopher 9, Jackson 2, Logsdon 6, Eaton 3, Huellemeir 6, Tevis 1  xxxx 5.

 

Acknowledgements:

A special thanks to Scott County coach Steve Helton for sending me this info.


Posted by REH at 11:51 PM EST
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Lexington Catholic vs. Ryle (Girls) December 1, 2010
Topic: Basketball

2010LCRY

 

 

Lexington Catholic (0-0)  vs.  Ryle (0-0) (Girls)

Ryle High School

Union, KY

December 1, 2010

 

Lexington Catholic coach Chelsea Chowning started the following lineup: 6-0 Jr. Alex Botkin, 5-10 Jr. Emily Johns, 6-0 Jr. Elizabeth Walton, 5-7 Jr. Bonnie Rhule, and 5-8 So. Octavia Wilson.  Ryle coach Patti Oliverio countered with 5-11 Jr. Jenna Crittendon, 5-10 So. McKell Oliverio, 5-10 Sr. Liz Meyer, 5-7 Jr. Ashley Cheesman, and 5-5 Sr. Abby Jump.

Ryle led 45-35 after three quarters and held off a fourth quarter rally to defeat Lexington Catholic 64-60.  Lexington Catholic was plagued by foul woes and poor free throw shooting (eight of 15) tonight.  Bonnie Rhule and Octavia Wilson fouled out and Alex Botkin was limited to 20:37 minutes and finished with four fouls.

Ryle shot 35.6% from the field including six of 24 from the three point line.  The Lady Raiders connected on 16 of 24 free throws, pulled down 44 rebounds, and scored 18 points off 24 Lexington Catholic turnovers.  Lexington Catholic shot 38.3% from the field including six of 23 from beyond the arc.  The Lady Knights connected on eight of 15 free throws, pulled down 39 rebounds, and scored 16 points off 22 Ryle turnovers.

Jenna Crittendon led Ryle with 19 points and 14 rebounds.  Ashley Cheesman added 14 points.  5-5 So. Dawn Johnson recorded 11 points including nine of 14 from the free throw line.

Octavia Wilson led Lexington Catholic with 19 points including three three point baskets.  Alex Botkin added 11 points, nine rebounds, and three blocked shots.  Sarah Cawood chipped in with 11 points and six rebounds.  Elizabeth Walton pulled down a team high 10 rebounds.

 

Lexington Catholic   11  10  14  25  -  60

Ryle                       12  20  13  19  -  64

 

Lexington Catholic (60) – Botkin 11, Johns 7, Walton 4, Rhule 6, Wilson 19, Cawood 11, Shaw 2.

Ryle (64) – Crittendon 19, Oliverio 5, Meyer 4, Cheesman 14, Jump 6, Johnson 11, Douthit 5.

 

Acknowledgements:

A special thanks to the Lexington Catholic Stats Crew Glenn Gentry and Gary Long for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight’s game.


Posted by REH at 10:00 PM EST
Updated: Wednesday, 1 December 2010 10:02 PM EST
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Ballard vs. Assumption (Girls) November 30, 2010

2010BAAS

 

Ballard (0-0)  vs.  Assumption (0-0) (Girls)

Assumption High School

Louisville, KY

November 30, 2010

 

Ballard coach Steve Kaufman started the following lineup: 5-10 Fr. Javonna Layfield, 6-3 Sr. Ciera Woods, 6-2 Sr. Jaylan Bodiford, 5-7 Sr. Anjelica Newby, and 5-7 Jr. Daryius Franklin.  Assumption coach Ron Ferch countered with 5-9 Sr. Maggie Hartlage, 5-10 Jr. Morgan Foley, 5-9 So. Katie Freidrich, 5-6 Jr. Becca Durbin, and 5-7 So. Dee Dee Sliter.

Ballard captured a hard fought 49-46 decision over Assumption.  Ballard shot 37% from the field including one of 10 from the three point line.  The Bruins connected on 14 of 22 free throws, pulled down 41 rebounds, and scored 16 points off 21 Assumption turnovers.  Assumption shot 24.4% from the field including two of seven from beyond the arc.  The Rockets connected on 22 of 31 free throws, pulled down 29 rebounds, and scored 17 points off 29 Ballard turnovers.

Javonna Layfield led Ballard with 11 points, nine rebounds, and six assists.  Jaylan Bodiford added nine points and six rebounds.  5-9 Fr. Kiana Richardson chipped in with nine points.

Dee Dee Sliter, Maggie Hartlage, Morgan Foley, and Katie Freidrich each scored nine points for Assumption.

 

Ballard          12   8  13  16  -  49

Assumption    5  14   7   20  -  46

 

Ballard (49) – Layfield 11, Woods 4, Bodiford 9, Newby 7, Franklin 4, Saunders 2, Richardson 9, Shanklin 3.

Assumption (46) – Hartlage 9, Foley 9, Freidrich 9, Durbin 0, Sliter 9, Crotty 2, White 7, Kaiser 1.

 

Acknowledgements:

A special thanks to Bob Tonini for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight’s game.

 

 


Posted by REH at 7:45 PM EST
Updated: Wednesday, 1 December 2010 7:46 PM EST
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Christian Academy of Louisville vs. Lexington Christian Academy November 30, 2010
Topic: Basketball

2010CALLCA

 

 

Christian Academy of Louisville  vs.  Lexington Christian Academy

Lexington Christian Academy

Lexington, KY

November 30, 2010

 

CAL coach Clay Moody started the following lineup: 6-2 Sr. Mac Walden, 6-4 Jr. Tyler Stocking, Sr. Drew Wilder, 6-2 Sr. Drew Mumford, and Sawyer Hobbs.  LCA coach Tommy Huston countered with 6-2 Sr. Joe Duncan, 6-1 Jr. Patrick Nickodem, 6-4 So. John Lannertone, 5-10 Sr. Carter Helton, and 6-2 Jr. Taylor Barnette.

 

LCA led 37-36 after three quarters but CAL rallied for a 51-48 victory.  CAL shot 41% from the field including eight of 17 from beyond the arc.  The Centurions connected on 11 of 12 from the free throw line, pulled down 28 rebounds, and scored 21 points off 14 LCA turnovers.  LCA shot 36.2% from the field including three of 18 from beyond the arc.  The Eagles connected on 11 of 19 free throws, pulled down 26 rebounds, and scored 17 points off 20 CAL turnovers.

Drew Mumford led Cal with 20 points including three three point baskets.  Tyler Stocking added 14 points and six rebounds.

Patrick Nickodem led LCA with 17 points including two three point baskets and pulled down six rebounds.  Taylor Barnette added 10 points.

 

CAL   12  14  10  15  -  51

LCA   17    4  16  11  -  48

 

CAL (51) – Walden 3, Stocking 14, Wilder 6, Mumford 20, Hobbs 8.

LCA – Duncan 0, Nickodem 17, Lannertone 7, Helton 6, Barnette 10, Tesler 5, Harville 3.

 

Acknowledgements:

A special thanks to WL Stats for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight’s game.

 


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Henry Clay vs. Tates Creek November 30, 2010
Topic: Basketball

2010HCTC

 

 

Henry Clay (0-0)  vs.  Tates Creek (0-0)

Tates Creek High School

Lexington, KY

November 30, 2010

 

Henry Clay coach Daniel Brown started the following lineup: 6-2 Sr. Trae Stewart, 6-0 Sr. Kendrick Prewitt, 6-6 Sr. Daniel Kiesling, 6-0 Sr. Brandon Nichols, and 5-9 Jr. Wes Kimball.  Tates Creek coach Wayne Breeden countered with 6-4 Sr. Marcellus Barksdale, 6-0 Jr. Darius Gibson, 6-3 Sr. Todd Bradley, 5-11 Sr. Kendale Mack, and 6-2 Sr. Ryan Fucci.

Tates Creek defeated Henry Clay 50-49 in overtime.  Ryan Fucci made one of two free throws late in the overtime period and blocked Wes Kimball’s attempted layup as time expired to preserve the victory.  Tates Creek shot 34% from the field including zero for nine from the three point line.  The Commodores connected on 18 of 25 free throws, pulled down 40 rebounds, and scored 12 points off 18 Henry Clay turnovers.  Henry Clay shot 35.8% from the field including five of 20 from beyond the arc.  The Blue Devils connected on six of 13 free throws, pulled down 30 rebounds, and scored 13 points off 21 Tates Creek turnovers.

Ryan Fucci led Tates Creek with 25 points.  Marcellus Barksdale added 11 points and 14 rebounds.

Brandon Nichols led Henry Clay with 15 points including four three point baskets.  Daniel Kiesling added 12 points and nine rebounds.  Coach Brown showed he was not afraid to throw two talented freshmen into the pressure cooker of city rivalries early in the season.  6-5 Fr. Trey Grundy logged 18:16 minutes and scored five points and pulled down three rebounds.  6-5 Fr. Jordan Green logged 26:14 minutes and scored two points and pulled down seven rebounds.

 

Henry Clay     12  18   4  15  0  -  49

Tates Creek   18    9  11  11  1  -  50

 

Henry Clay (49) – Stewart 2, Prewitt 6, Kiesling 12, Nichols 15, Kimball 7, Green 2, Grundy 5.

Tates Creek (50) – Barksdale 11, Gibson 8, Bradley 3, Mack 2, Fucci 25, Bigsby 1.

 

Acknowledgements:

A special thanks to WL Stats for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight’s game.

 

 


Posted by REH at 1:22 AM EST
Updated: Wednesday, 1 December 2010 1:23 AM EST
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Menifee County vs. Sayre November 30, 2010
Topic: Basketball

2010MCSAYR

 

 

Menifee County (0-0)  vs.  Sayre (0-0)

Sayre School

Lexington, KY

November 30, 2010

 

Menifee County coach Tim Swartz started the following lineup: 6-1 Sr. Steven Warren, 6-0 Sr. Ethan Hunt, 6-0 Jr. Josh Williams, 5-7 So. Drew Swartz, and 6-1 Sr. Keenan Hacker.  Sayre coach Ted Hall countered with 6-1 Jr. Reid Freeman, 6-2 Jr. Philip O’Rourke, 6-3 Sr. Griffin Patterson, 5-10 Sr. Cabot Haggin, and 5-9 So. Mike Smith.

Sayre defeated Menifee County by a score of 82-68.  Sayre shot 49% from the field including seven of 18 from the three point line.  The Spartans connected on 25 of 35 free throws, pulled down 39 rebounds, and scored 12 points off 12 Menifee County turnovers.  Menifee County shot 39.1% from the field including eight of 25 from beyond the arc.  The Wildcats connected on 10 of 23 free throws, pulled down 40 rebounds, and scored 18 points off 17 Sayre turnovers.

Mike Smith led Sayre with 23 points.  Reid Freeman added 19 points including four three point baskets.  Cabot Haggin added 17 points including 10 of 10 free throws.  Griffin Patterson also reached double figures with 10 points.  6-6 So. Ray Brewer came off the bench to score seven points and pull down 11 rebounds.

6-0 Jr. Shawn Welch came off the bench to lead Menifee County with 24 points including four three point baskets.  Drew Swartz added 10 points.

 

Menifee County      13  17  14  24  -  68

Sayre                    19  31  20  12  -  82

 

Menifee County (68) – Warren 9, Hunt 4, Williams 2, Swartz 10, Hacker 8, Welch 24, Brooks 4, Quillen 7.

Sayre (82) – Freeman 19, O’Rourke 2, Patterson 10, Haggin 17, Smith 23, Brewer 7, Courtney 4.

 

Acknowledgements:

A special thanks to WL Stats for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight’s game.

 


Posted by REH at 12:47 AM EST
Updated: Wednesday, 1 December 2010 12:48 AM EST
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Ballard vs. Scott County November 30, 2010
Topic: Basketball

2010BSC

 

Ballard (0-0)  vs.  Scott County (0-0)

Scott County High School

Georgetown, KY

November 30, 2010

 

Ballard coach Chris Renner started the following lineup: 6-1 Sr. Danny Yackey, 6-4 Sr. DeVante Parker, 6-5 Fr. Kelan Martin, 5-10 So. Lavonne Holland, and 5-11 Fr. Quentin Snider.  Scott County coach Billy Hicks countered with 6-4 Sr. Tanner Shotwell, 6-2 Jr. Josh Harris, 6-4 Jr. Tamron Manning, 6-0 So. Quin Richardson, and 6-2 Jr. Isaiah Ivey.

Ballard raced out to a 25-8 first quarter lead, led 57-41 after three quarters, and withstood a furious Scott County rally in the final period to capture a 77-73 victory.  Ballard shot 36.4% from the field including eight of 30 from the three point line.  The Bruins connected on 21 of 29 free throws, pulled down 51 rebounds, scored 17 points off 20 Scott County turnovers, and had three players foul out of the game.  Scott County shot 32.4% from the field including four of 15 from beyond the arc.  The Cardinals connected on 25 of 34 free throws, pulled down 46 rebounds, and scored 26 points off 17 Ballard turnovers.

Quentin Snider led Ballard with 27 points including four thee point baskets and was 11 of 13 from the free throw line.  Lavonne Holland added 14 points and seven rebounds.  DeVante Parker scored 13 points and pulled down 14 rebounds.  Kelan Martin chipped in with 12 points.

Isaiah Ivey led Scott County with 27 points including 12 of 13 from the free throw line and pulled down six rebounds.  Tamron Manning added 15 points and six rebounds.  Tanner Shotwell recorded 13 points, eight rebounds, and four blocked shots.  6-0 Sr. Trey Relford came off the bench to record 13 points.

 

Ballard            25  15  17  20  -  77

Scott County     8  14  19  32  -  73

 

Ballard (77) – Yackey 5, Parker 13, Martin 12, Holland 14, Snider 27, Lewis 6.

Scott County (73) – Shotwell 13, Harris 4, Manning 15, Richardson 1, Ivey 27, Relford 13.

 

Acknowledgements:

A special thanks to the Scott County Stats Crew for providing the computer statistics for tonight’s game.


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Tuesday, 30 November 2010
Madison Southern vs. Madison Central (Boys) November 30, 2010
Topic: Basketball

2010MSMC

 

 

Madison Southern (0-0)  vs.  Madison Central (0-0)

Madison Central High School

Richmond, KY

November 30, 2010

 

Madison Southern coach Shane Buttry started the following lineup: 6-0 Jr. Brandon McGuire, 6-1 Sr. Aaron Ponder, 5-11 So. Mike Rothermel, 5-8 Sr. AJ Jeck, and 5-11 Jr. Chris Roberts.  Madison Central coach Allen Feldhaus countered with 6-2 Sr. Jared Pyatt, 6-2 Sr. Nick Ford, 6-3 So. Quan Taylor, 6-0 Sr. Brenton Covington, and 6-0 So. Dominique Hawkins.

Madison Central captured a close 60-57 decision over Madison Southern tonight.  Madison Southern stayed in the game on the three point shot tonight as they held a 33-18 advantage in three point points.  Madison Central shot 50% from the field including six of 12 from the three point line.  The Indians connected on eight of 13 free throws, pulled down 35 rebounds, and scored 19 points off 14 Madison Southern turnovers.  Madison Southern shot 40.4% from the field including 11 of 33 from beyond the arc.  The Eagles connected on four of eight free throws, pulled down 26 rebounds, and scored 13 points off 16 Madison Central turnovers.

Dominique Hawkins led the victors with 14 points five assists, and three steals.  Nick Ford added 13 points.  6-1 Jr. John O’Bryan gave the Indians a boost off the bench with nine points including two three point baskets.

Aaron Ponder led Madison Southern with 25 points including six three point baskets.  Ponder also recorded nine rebounds and five steals.  Mike Rothermel added nine points.

 

Madison Southern   12  13  16  16  -  57

Madison Central     12  13  19  16  -  60

 

Madison Southern (57) – McGuire 7, Ponder 25, Rothermel 9, Jeck 7, Roberts 3, Stone 6.

Madison Central (60) – Pyatt 7, Ford 13, Taylor 2, Covington 4, Hawkins 14, O’Bryan 9, Allen 6, Abshear 5.

 

Acknowledgements:

A special thanks to the Madison Central Stats Crew for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight’s game.

 

 


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Anderson County vs. Lafayette (Girls) November 30, 2010
Topic: Basketball

2010ACLAF

 

 

Anderson County (0-0)  vs.  Lafayette (0-0) (Girls)

Lafayette High School

Lexington, KY

November 30, 2010

 

Anderson County coach Tony Kays started the following lineup: 6-0 So. Kali Whiteside, 5-9 Sr. Caroline McDowell, 6-3 Jr. Sydney Brown, 5-3 Fr. Destiny Stewart, and 5-10 Fr. Makenzie Cann. (Note: 5-10 Fr. Eriel McKee was unable to play tonight due to illness).  Lafayette coach Allison Denton countered with 5-7 Jr. Emily Justice, 5-7 Sr. Mackenzie Graham, 6-1 Sr. Shomari Kendrick, 5-7 Jr. Aleisha Stiltner, and 5-3 Sr. Jariana Gillespie.

Anderson County defeated Lafayette tonight by a score of 51-46.  Anderson County erased an early 9-2 deficit to take a 34-24 halftime lead.  The Lady Bearcats shot a blistering 64% from the field in the first half.  Lafayette rallied to close the deficit to 43-40 at the end of three quarters.  Lafayette cut the deficit to one; 43-42 early in the fourth quarter but could not overtake Anderson County.

Anderson County shot 51.2% from the field including three of 10 from the three point line.  The Lady Bearcats connected on four of five free throws, pulled down 23 rebounds, and scored 12 points off 15 Lafayette turnovers.  Lafayette shot 37.5% from the field including four of 19 from beyond the arc.  The Lady Generals connected on six of seven free throws, pulled down 23 rebounds, and scored 13 points off 14 Anderson County turnovers.

Mackenzie Cann led the victors with 16 points, five rebounds, five assists, and three steals.  Caroline McDowell added 14 points, five rebounds, four assists, and four steals.

Shomari Kendrick led Lafayette with 18 points, eight rebounds, and four steals.  Emily Justice added 11 including three three point baskets.

 

Anderson County     20  14   9   8  -  51

Lafayette                15    9  16  6  -  46

 

Anderson County (51) – Whiteside 8, McDowell 14, Brown 8, Stewart 5, Cann 16.

Lafayette (46) – Justice 11, Graham 7, Kendrick 18, Stiltner 2, Gillespie 6, Martin 2.

 

Acknowledgements:

A special thanks to WL Stats for providing the computer statistics for tonight’s game.


Posted by REH at 11:08 PM EST
Updated: Tuesday, 30 November 2010 11:09 PM EST
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2010 KBA Pre-Season Showcse Rupp Arena November 27, 2010
Topic: Basketball

2010KBASHOW

 

 

2010 KBA Pre-Season Showcase

Rupp Arena

Lexington, KY

November 27, 2010

 

There will be a total of 12 games today.  There will be nine boys games and one girls game.  There will also be the girls 7th grade middle school championship game and the girls 8th grade middle school championship.  Any statistics listed here are not official but recorded by me personally.

 

Richmond Model  vs.  Bath County

 

Richmond Model coach Wes Scarberry started the following lineup: 5-9 Jr. Hunter Conner, 6-1 Jr. Cody Sizemore, 6-4 So. Tyler Reeder, 5-8 So. AJ Hammons, and 5-9 Sr. Dennis Smith.  Bath County coach Deron Breeze countered with 6-0 Sr. JD Maschino, 6-2 Sr. Jared Ravenscraft, 6-4 Sr. Sam Dye, 5-10 Sr. George Carpenter, and 5-10 Sr. Cody House.

Model outscored Bath County 31-12 in the second half to earn a 49-31 victory.  Dennis Smith led the victors with 18 points including three three point baskets.  Fourteen of his points came in the second half.  Sam Dye led Bath County with 13 points.

 

Model             18  31  -  49

Bath County   19  12  -  31

 

Model (49) – Conner 5, Sizemore 4, Reeder 2, Hammons 6, Smith 18, Morris 2, Thomas 3, Ballard 4, Middleton 3, Gentry 2.

Bath County (31) – Maschino 0, Ravenscraft 5, Dye 13, Carpenter 7, House 0, Anderson 1, Wright 1, Carswell 2, Hodge 2.

 

Green County  vs.  Harrison County

 

Green County coach Ashley Geralds started the following lineup: 6-2 Sr. Grayson Bills, 6-2 Sr. Dillian Potts, 6-4 Sr. Skyler Shively, 5-10 Sr.  Kyle Calhoun, and 5-10 Sr. Tanner Durett.  Harrison County coach Mike Reitz countered with 6-2 So. Eli Gross, 6-2 Fr. Dillon Pulliam, 6-3 So. Tyler Wagner, 5-9 Sr. Eric Sanders, and 5-8 So. Jordan Stubbs.

Harrison County defeated Green County by a score of 41-27.  6-2 Jr. Caleb Ford and 5-9 So. Scott Kendall led Harrison County with nine and seven points respectively.  Kyle Calhoun led Green County with nine points on three three point baskets.

 

Green County       14  13  -  27

Harrison County    22  19  -  41

 

Green County (27) – Bills 0, Potts 2, Shively 0, Calhoun 9, Durrett 3, Buckner 2, Moss 1, Ratliff 3, Taylor 3, Westmoreland 2, McDermott 3.

Harrison County (41) – Gross 4, Pulliam 2, Wagner 2, Sanders 4, Stubbs 0,

Vallandingham 6, Carr 3, Hendrix 4, Ford 9, Kendall 7.

 

Adair County  vs.  Whitley County

 

Adair County Mark Fudge started the following lineup: 6-4 Jr. Kyle Young, 6-0 Sr. Trey Grider, 6-3 Sr. Jon Hansel, 5-8 Jr. Jordan Alfaro, and 5-6 Fr. Matt Fudge.  Whitley County coach Chris Baker countered with 6-4 Sr. Shawn Harris, 5-10 Sr. Jordan Akins, 6-4 Jr. Aaron Petrey, 5-8 Jr. Justin Paul, and 5-10 So. Danny Butcher.

The score was tied 24-24 at halftime but Whitley County pulled out a 46-43 victory.  Jordan Akins led the victors with 17 points including some big plays down the stretch.  Kyle Young and Trey Grider led Adair County with 14 and 13 points respectively.

 

Adair County       24  19  -  43

Whitley County    24  22  -  46

 

Adair County (43) – Young 14, Grider 13, Hansel 8, Alfaro 0, Fudge 0, Franklin 8.

Whitley County (46) – Harris 7, Akins 17, Petrey 8, Paul 0, Butcher 5, Goins 9.

 

Letcher County Central  vs.  Dixie Heights

 

Letcher County Central coach Robert Hammonds started the following lineup: 6-2 So. Cody Gregory, 6-3 Jr. Kendall Ballou, 6-5 Jr. Koree Stewart, 6-2 Jr. Logan Johnson, and 6-0 Sr. Brian Roark.  Dixie Heights coach Ken Chevalier countered with 6-5 Jr. Parker Stansberry, 6-1 Jr. Jordan Hassel, 6-5 Sr. Frank Muntis, 5-11 Sr. Matt Trammel, and 6-1 Fr. Brandon Hatton.

Dixie Heights trailed 32-26 at halftime but rallied for a 60-55 victory.  Parker Stansberry led the victors with 21 points.  Brandon Hatton added 10 points.  Koree Stewart, Logan Johnson, and Cody Gregory led Letcher County Central with 15, 13, and 12 points respectively.

 

Letcher County Central    32  23  -  55

Dixie Heights                   26  34  -  60

 

Letcher County Central (55) – Gregory 12, Ballou 0, Stewart 15, Johnson 13, Roark 7, Whitaker 2, Boggs 2, Baker 3, Robinson 2.

Dixie Heights (60) – Stansberry 21, Hassel 8, Muntz 4, Trammel 4, Hatton 10, Harris 7, Moo Young 1, Cohorn 2, Waller 2.

 

Corbin Middle  vs.  Crosby Middle 7th Grade Girls Championship

 

Corbin coach Bo Roaden started the following lineup: Jaclyn Jewel, Melanie Wilson, Rachel Logan, Madicyn Wynn, and Shelby Bolton.  Crosby coach Paul Sehlinger countered with Amara Ballard, Sydney MacBlane, Emma Bowman, Ebony Reed, and Chase Spencer.

Sydney MacBlane hit a shot at the buzzer to give Crosby a 37-35 overtime victory in an exceting game that seemed to change on every possession.  Crosby had one of the most balanced teams I have ever seen play with several players being capable of making the big plays.  Corbin is a very talented team that plays hard from whistle to whistle.  Crosby led 18-8 in the second quarter but Corbin roared back to only trail by two; 18-16 at halftime.

The game remained close the rest of the way with the score being tied 28-28 at the end of regulation.  Sydney MacBlane was named Game MVP and led the victors with nine points.  Chase Spencer, Ebony Reed, and Amara Ballard added eight, six, and six points respectively.  Jaclyn Jewel, Melanie Wilson, and Rachel Logan led Corbin with 15, nine, and seven points respectively.

 

Corbin    7  9  5  7  7  -  35

Crosby   9  9  6  4  9  -  37

 

Corbin (35) – Jewel 15, Wilson 9, Logan 7, Wynn 1, Bolton 2, Gabbard 1.

Crosby (37) – Ballard 6, MacBlane 9, Bowman 2, Reed 6, Spencer 8, Schroll 3, Little 2, Coffey 1.

 

Southern Middle  vs.  TK Stone Middle 8th Grade Girls Championship

 

Southern coach Chris Fitzgerald started the following lineup: Brittany Combs, Samantha Fitzgerald, Dylana Fothergill, Destiny Molden, and Adison Corder.  TK Stone coach Tim Mudd countered with Erin Boley, Dani Wilson, Reauna Cleaver, Darien Huff, and Livie Bowling.

TK Stone led 33-20 at the end of three quarters on their way to a 43-36 victory over Southern.  Game MVP Erin Boley led the victors with 15 points.  This is a very balanced team that has several girls capable of putting up big numbers.  They are very unselfish and the ball goes to the player with the “hot hand”.  Southern was led today by Destiny Molden and Brittany Combs with 15 and 11 points respectively.  This team is extremely solid with excellent long range shooting with Corder, Molden, and Combs and solid inside play with Fitzgerald and Fothergill.  Fitzgerald also has the ability to be very effective on the perimeter.

 

Southern     7   5  8  16  -  36

TK Stone   17 10  6  10  -  43

 

Southern (36) – Combs 11, Fitzgerald 2, Fothergill 0, Molden 15, Corder 8.

TK Stone (43) – Boley 15, Wilson 6, Cleaver 4, Huff 7, Bowling 5, Warden 4, Pfeiffer 2.

 

Marion County  vs.  Anderson County  (Girls)

 

Marion County coach Trent Milby started the following lineup: 5-9 Jr. Bre Elder, 5-7 So. Patrice Tonge, 6-1 So. Kyvin Goodin-Rogers, 5-7 Sr. Shakila Goodin, and 5-7 Sr. Brooke Roberts.  (Note: 5-10 So. Makayla Epps was not able to play today because of an ankle injury). Anderson County coach Tony Kays countered with 5-9 Sr. Caroline McDowell, 5-11 Fr. Eriel McKee, 6-1 Jr. Sydney Brown, 5-5 Fr. Destiny Stewart, and 5-11 Fr. Makenzie Cann.

Anderson County defeated Marion County by a score of 47-41.  Makenzie Cann led the victors with 13 points.  Sydney Brown and 6-1 So. Kali Whiteside added eight and seven points respectively.  Bre Elder and Kyvin Goodin-Rogers led Marion County with 16 and 10 points respectively.

 

Marion County       22  19  -  41

Anderson County   23  24  -  47

 

Marion County (41) – Elder 16, Tonge 3, Goodin-Rogers 10, Goodin 2, Roberts 8, Powell 2.

Anderson County (47) – McDowell 4, McKee 5, Brown 8, Stewart 5, Cann 13, Whiteside 7, Robinson 5.

 

Henderson County  vs.  Harlan County

 

Henderson County Mark Starns started the following lineup: 6-4 Sr. Patrick Neel, 6-2 Sr. Ford Stuen, 6-5 Sr. Adam Revlett, 5-11 Sr. Victor Cosby, and 6-0 Jr. Gavont Baker.  Harlan County coach Mike Jones countered with 6-2 So. Aaron Caldwell, 6-1 So. Tyler Brewer, 6-6 So. Nathan Saylor, 6-0 So. Alex Sergent, and 6-0 So. Chad Massingill.

Henderson County won by a score of 42-41 on a long three point bank shot by Victor Cosby at the buzzer.  Adam Revlett and Ford Stuen led the victors with 15 and 13 points respectively.  Alex Sergent and Tyler Brewer led Harlan County with 14 and 12 points respectively.

 

Henderson County   18  24  -  42

Harlan County         22  19  -  41

 

Henderson County (42) – Neel 2, Stuen 13, Revlett 15, Cosby 3, Baker 3, Gabe 3, Wathen 3.

Harlan County (41) – Caldwell 0, Brewer 12, Saylor 0, Sergent 14, Massingill 7, Bond 7, Lindsey 2.

 

Johnson Central  vs.  Meade County

 

Johnson Central coach Tommy NcKenzie started the following lineup: 6-0 Sr. Wade Skaggs, 6-5 Sr. Tanner Bratton, 6-6 Sr. Cody Parker, 5-11 Jr. Matt Gallagher, and 6-0 Sr. Tate Salyer.  Meade County coach Jerry Garris countered with 6-0 Jr. Chase Garris, 6-1 Jr. Cheaney Schumate, 6-3 Jr. Wes Dowell, 5-11 So. Bryce Garris, and 5-10 Jr. Bo Wilson.

Johnson Central won by a score of 54-51.  Cody Parker led the victors with 20 points.  Bo Wilson and Bryce Garris led Meade County with 11 and 10 points respectively.

 

Johnson Central   22  32  -  54

Meade County     13  38  -  51

 

Johnson Central (54) – Skaggs 7, Bratton 5, Parker 20, Gallagher 4, Salyer 8, Blair 2, Collins 2, Curtis 1, Shane Hall 4.

Meade County (51) – C. Garris 4, Schumate 8, Dowell 4, B. Garris 10, Wilson 11, Raymer 3, Wilson 1, Smith 8, Compton 2.

 

Leslie County  vs.  LaRue County

 

Leslie County coach Tim Sizemore started the following lineup: 6-1 Jr. Troy Napier, 6-3 Jr. Dylan Hacker, 6-4 Jr. Hobert Asher, 6-0 Jr. Casey Maggard, and 6-0 Jr. Chris Maggard.  LaRue County coach Paul Childress countered with 6-1 Sr. Ryan Whitlock, 5-10 Jr. Kyle Meredith, 6-0 Jr. Jonathon Firquin, 5-11 Jr. Kyle Sheeran, and 5-10 So. Kelton Ford.

LaRue County defeated Leslie County by a score of 51-29.  Kelton Ford and Kyle Sheeran led the victors with 15 and 10 points respectively.  Hobert Asher led Leslie County with eight points.

 

Leslie County    11  18  -  29

LaRue County   26  25  -  51

 

Leslie County (29) – Napier 3, Hacker 0, Asher 8, Ca. Maggard 5, Ch. Maggard 5, Collett 3, Bray 2, Adams 2.

LaRue County (51) – Whitlock 2, Meredith 6, Firquin 2, Sheeran 10, Ford 15, Reynolds 4, Venegas 4, Hall 3. Parr 6.

 

Hazard  vs.  East Jessamine

 

Hazard coach Allan Holland started the following lineup: 6-3 Jr. Kyle Spencer, 6-1 So. Jarrod Combs, 6-4 Jr. Jordan Frazier, 6-1 Fr. Collier Mobelini, and 6-0 Fr. Matt Thompson.  East Jessamine coach Chris O,Ryan countered with 6-3 Sr. Jordan Redd, 5-10 Jr. Tashan Hairston, 6-2 Sr. Andrew Brockman, 5-10 Sr. Dusty Webb, and 5-11 Jr. Michael Rexroat.

This game ended up tied 50-50 at the end of regulation and since it was a scrimmage no overtime was played.  Hazard was led by Kyle Spencer with 21 points.  Jordan Frazier added 11 points.  Hazard was missing several players due to football playoffs.  Michael Rexroat and Tashan Hairston led East Jessamine with 11 and eight points respectively.

 

Hazard                20  30  -  50

East Jessamine    20  30  -  50

 

Hazard (50) – Spencer 21, Combs 2, Frazier 11, Mobelini 9, Thompson 2, Wells 2, Collins 3.

East Jessamine (50) – Redd 7, Hairston 8, Brockman 5, Webb 7, Rexroat 11, Thomas 2, Collins 4, Honeycutt 6.

 

Frankfort  vs.  Pendleton County

 

Frankfort coach Tony Wise started the following lineup: 6-1 So. Aaron Jackson, 6-0 Sr. Dylan Gilkey, 5-10 Sr. Doriyan Frazier, 5-10 Sr. Dariyan Frazier, and 5-6 Sr. Stevon Quincy.  Pendleton County coach Chad Simms countered with 6-0 Sr. Alex Valentine, 6-1 Jr. Gabe Antrobus, 6-1 Sr. Michael Walsh, 5-10 Jr. Bryan Woods, and 5-9 So. Mason Monroe.

Aaron Jackson hit a field goal with four seconds left on the clock to give Frankfort a 56-55 victory.  Aaron Jackson and Doriyan Frazier each scored 18 points for Frankfort.  Mason Monroe led Pendleton County with 13 points and passed the ball well.  Asa Crozier and Michael Walsh added 11 and 10 points respectively.

 

Frankfort                28  28  -  56

Pendleton County    28  27  -  55

 

Frankfort (56) – Jackson 18, Gilkey 7, Do. Frazier 18, Da. Frazier 9, Quincy 2, Perry 2, Lamotte 2.

Pendleton County (55) – Valentine 3, Antrobus 4, Walsh 10, Woods 3, Monroe 13,  Crozier 11, Gibson 4, Rering 5

 

Conclusion:

This was an excellent well run event with several teams getting the opportunity to play in Rupp Arena.  The girls 7th and 8th grade middle school championships were very exciting and was well attended by their fans.  Several of the high school teams were missing players due to football playoffs and various other reasons.  These were scrimmages for the high school teams and the coaches were using this as a teaching tool and to experiment with various player rotations to prepare for the upcoming season.

 

Acknowledgements:

A special thanks to Jared Prickett, Ken Farley, and the rest of the KBA staff for putting this event together and making it enjoyable for both the teams and fans.


Posted by REH at 1:13 PM EST
Updated: Tuesday, 30 November 2010 1:20 PM EST
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