Ky boys high school top 25 week ending 1/29

Ky boys high school top 25 week ending 1/29
  1. Trinity (19-3) The Rocks had their hands full with PRP but pulled away in the last 90 seconds.
  2. Madison Central (22-0)The Indians keep pushing forward with their dream season.
  3. Moore (20-4) The Mustangs got by Eastern and another down to the wire game with Manual.
  4. PRP (18-5) The Panthers split last weeks games getting edged out by Trinity in a game that could have went either way .
  5. Ballard (16-6) The Bruins beat a good Fern Creek team but struggled with St. X last week.
  6. Scott County (18-3) The Cardinals have won 12 strait in state after dropping the first 2 to Ballard and Trinity.
  7. Bullitt East (17-3) The Chargers lost to Collins last week and haven’t looked right the last few weeks.
  8. Marshall County (21-1) The Marshals are 21-1 but Warren Central is their best win.
  9. George Rogers Clark (21-3) The Cardinals went 2-1 last week losing to Rowan County but beating Dixie Heights.
  10. Perry County Central (18-4) The Commodores keep beating teams and haven’t been seriously challenged since Christmas break.
  11. Knott County Central (18-2) The Patriots are still perfect outside of Florida.
  12. Henry Clay (17-6) The Blue Devils have won 8 strait and get their shot at unbeaten Madison Central this Tuesday the 31st.
  13. Holy Cross (Covington) (20-2) The Indians won the Touchstone Energy All “A” Classic beating Bardstown by one in the final.
  14. Lexington Catholic (17-5) The Knights got redemption for the home loss to Tates Creek by beating them in their gym by 22.
  15. Ohio County (17-2) The Eagles are winners of 13 in a row with only 2 by less then 10.
  16. Rowan County (13-6) The Vikings are proving they are a top team beating George Rogers Clark last week.
  17. Jeffersontown (17-7) The Chargers split this week beating a solid Elizabethtown team but losing to a surging Male squad.
  18. Manual (13-7) The Crimsons last 2 losses are both to Moore by a total of 3 points.
  19. Bowling Green (18-5) The Purples split this week and are in the heart of their schedule.
  20. Hopkinsville (18-2) The Tigers have a great record but their biggest win is against Warren Central.
  21. Bardstown (17-7) The Tigers played 5 games in 6 days and were runners up in the Touchstone Energy All “A” Classic.
  22. East Jessamine (19-4) The Jaguars held serve by beating Mercer County.
  23. Montgomery County (17-5) The Indians are getting back to their winning ways after a 3 game losing streak.
  24. Dixie Heights (13-8) The Colonels lost to George Rogers Clark but it is hard to drop them because of their tough schedule.
  25. Oldham County (18-5) The Colonels crack the top 25 for the first time after winning their last 5 games.
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Posted on January 30, 2012, in Basketball. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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