2019KBCMS7G

 

 

2019 7th Grade Kentucky Basketball Commission Middle School State Championship (Girls)

Kentucky Basketball Commission

Lexington, KY

October 26-27, 2019

2019 by Ron Harrison

 

There were twenty five teams entered in this tournament and placed into seven pools as follows: Pool A: Elkhorn, Edythe J. Hayes, Holmes, and Jackson County. Pool B: Casey County, Mullins, North Laurel, and Johnson (LOU). Pool C: Ashland, Henderson County, Southern (LEX), and Meece. Pool D: Knox County, Morton, Menifee County, and Anderson County. Pool E: Robert Campbell, Lincoln County, and Green County. Pool F: Meyzeek, Southwestern Pulaski, and Leestown, and Pool G: Bardstown, Northern Pulaski, and Trailblazers. Each team will play in two pool games and then enter the tournament. Losers of the first round games will be entered in the Silver Bracket and the loses of the second round games will be entered in the Gold Bracket while the winners of the second round games will advance in the Championship Tournament Bracket.

 

Saturday October 26th

 

Pool Play

 

Meece

51

Southern (LEX)

17

Menifee County

32

Morton

21

Leestown

20

Meyzeek

7

Elkhorn

41

Edythe J. Hayes

17

North Laurel

43

Mullins

3

Robert Campbell

32

Green County

31

Bardstown

30

Trailblazers

15

Henderson County

47

Southern (LEX)

22

Anderson County

27

Knox County

18

Southwestern Pulaski

29

Leestown

13

Elkhorn

48

Holmes

20

North Laurel

45

Casey County

11

Johnson (LOU)

56

Mullins

10

Green County

34

Lincoln County

31

Northern Pulaski

30

Trailblazers

15

Jackson County

35

Edythe J. Hayes

29

Ashland

48

Henderson County

6

Anderson County

51

Menifee County

46

Knox County

46

Morton

14

Southwestern Pulaski

45

Meyzeek

19

Jackson County

29

Holmes

21

Johnson (LOU)

33

Casey County

25

Robert Campbell

32

Lincoln County

28

Bardstown

35

Northern Pulaski

25

Ashland

41

Meece

31

 

 

Tournament Bracket

 

Henderson County

39

Casey County

22

Holmes

34

Northern Pulaski

32

Morton

21

Leestown

12

Johnson (LOU)

41

Meyzeek

31

Meece

30

Trailblazers

15

Menifee County

31

Edythe J. Hayes

24

Green County

49

Southern (LEX)

23

Jackson County

33

Lincoln County

27

Knox County

41

Mullins

6

Elkhorn

38

Henderson County

5

Morton

28

Holmes

25

Anderson County

42

Johnson (LOU)

26

Meece

48

Robert Campbell

20

North Laurel

56

Menifee County

12

Bardstown

41

Green County

33

Ashland

42

Jackson County

27

Knox County

32

Southwestern Pulaski

30

 

Sunday October 27th

 

Silver Bracket

 

Northern Pulaski

31

Casey County

24

Quarterfinal

Leestown

21

Meyzeek

17

Quarterfinal

Southern (LEX)

27

Edythe J. Hayes

24

Quarterfinal

Lincoln County

44

Mullins

14

Quarterfinal

Northern Pulaski

32

Leestown

13

Semifinal

Lincoln County

47

Southern (LEX)

21

Semifinal

Lincoln County

52

Northern Pulaski

30

Championship

 

Gold Bracket

 

Henderson County

31

Holmes

27

Quarterfinal

Johnson (LOU)

29

Robert Campbell

27

Quarterfinal

Green County

57

Menifee County

49

Quarterfinal

Southwestern Pulaski

38

Jackson County

34

Quarterfinal

Johnson (LOU)

32

Henderson County

22

Semifinal

Green County

38

Southwestern Pulaski

22

Semifinal

Green County

39

Johnson (LOU)

22

Championship

 

 

Tournament Championship Bracket

 

Elkhorn

44

Morton

16

Quarterfinal

Anderson County

34

Meece

25

Quarterfinal

North Laurel

36

Bardstown

10

Quarterfinal

Ashland

46

Knox County

26

Quarterfinal

Elkhorn

37

Anderson County

22

Semifinal

North Laurel

51

Ashland

13

Semifinal

North Laurel

48

Elkhorn

32

Championship

 

The North Laurel Lady Jaguars seventh grade team is the best in the state again as their sixth grade team won last year and they captured the championship this season by a score of 48-32 over a good Elkhorn squad. North Laurel dominated this weekend led by the Tournament Most Outstanding Player Halle Collins who won the same award last year as a sixth grader. The victorious North Laurel team was coached by Haley Ratliff and consisted of players Bella Sizemore, Saige McClure, Halle Collins, Brooke Nichelson, Ellie Adams, Kelsie Smith, Maria Yount, Kierra Larkey, Abby Hubbard, Holly Mathis, Carley Evans, Hannah Hensley, Cecile Craig, and Kyra Lewis.

 

All Tournament First Team Halle Collins (North Laurel) (MVP), Bella Sizemore (North Laurel), Brooke Nichelson (North Laurel), Madison Jackson (Elkhorn), Leia Hogan (Elkhorn), Lainey Johnson (Anderson County), Khia Robinson (Ashland), Anieja Russell (Johnson LOU), Haley Combs (Meece), Nariyah Crowe (Bardstown), and Sydney Hurst (Knox County).

 

All Tournament Second Team Saige McClure (North Laurel), Anna Kemp (Henderson County), Aaliyah Collins (Holmes), Amari Sims (Morton), Ciara Byars (Robert Campbell), Shalyne Baker (Menifee County), Grace Bale (Green County), Abby Gilbert (Jackson County), Jordyn McDonald (Southwestern Pulaski), Alexia Baldock (Lincoln County), Cam Ridderikhoff (Elkhorn), and Madeline Butcher (Northern Pulaski).

 

All Tournament Honorable Mention Kylie Ball (Anderson County), Kenleigh Woods (Ashland), Kadence Livers (Bardstown), Shelby McQueary (Casey County), Kate Baker (EJ Hayes), Kaylee Judd (Green County), Allyson Rideout (Henderson County), Mercedes Frazier (Holmes), Larkin Vaughn (Jackson County), Trinity Miles (Johnson LOU), and Zoey Hamilton (Knox County).

 

All Tournament Honorable Mention Alona Perkins (Leestown), Hallie Mullins (Lincoln County), Devan Hurt (Meece), Alana Diehl (Menifee County), Camiya Beasley (Meyzeek), Maddie Turay (Morton), Allie Adkins (Mullins), Hannah Murray (Northern Pulaski), Madeline Settles (Robert Campbell), Miracle Morbley (Southern), and Kylie Dalton (Southwestern Pulaski).

 

Congratulations to all the participants in another quality event this weekend. Congratulations to the staff at the Kentucky Basketball Commission for another great effort in putting together another top flight tournament with several players to watch at the high school level down the road.