Monthly Archives: February 2012
Ballard (70)- Martin 19, Snider, 17, Baker 4, Holland 13, Murray 17
Manual (56)- Repisdto 13, Drake 4, Wells 5, M. Thompson 1, Gray 4, Q. Thompson 22, Tillman 1, Ekman 4, Zuberer 2
Story by: Trinity Athletics
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – No. 1 Trinity led by 17 at halftime and coasted to a 63-44 win over Male in the opening round of the 2012 Class Act 7th Region Tournament at Bellarmine. Trinity advances to Thursday’s semifinals against either Manual or Ballard.
The Shamrocks won their 12th consecutive game, tying the second longest streak in the history of the program, and have won 24 of their last 25 games overall. Trinity is now 26-1 against teams from the state of Kentucky this season.
Junior guard James Quick and senior guard Charles Foster each had a team high 13 points to lead the Shamrocks.
With their 29th win of the season, the Shamrocks tied the school record for wins in a season at 29. Previously, the 2004-2005 team enjoyed one of the best seasons in program history, finishing the year 29-4.
Leading 16-13 after one quarter, the Shamrocks scored the first ten points of the second quarter and held Male without a score until 1:55 left in the period to take a 26-13 lead. During the 10-0 run, Charles Foster and Quick hit three-point field goals, part of the seven three-point field goals that the Shamrocks made in the opening half.
Trinity returns to action on Thursday, March 1, 2012 in the semifinals of the 2012 Class Act Seventh Region Tournament at Bellarmine’s Knights Hall. The Shamrocks will face either Manual or Ballard. Tipoff is set for 7:00 p.m.
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Male (44)- Moran 16, Taylor 7, Lambert 2, Stoner 6, Belew 8, Kimbrongh 2, Scott 3.
Trinity (63)- Hicks 7, Foster 13, Saxton 10, Perito 2, Rice 3, Dieudonne 6, Thurman 2, Quick 13, Owens 3, Page 4.
Three-Point Field Goals- Hicks, Foster 2, Saxton 2, Quick 3, Taylor, Stoner, Scott.
6th Region Schedule
Tuesday February 28th at Atherton High School
By: Steve Ludden
HSreplays Top 25 Ky high school boys basketball 2/19
- Trinity (26-3) The Rocks head into district play winning 21 of their last 22 games.
- Moore (25-4) The Mustangs beat PRP 73-72 at home in a game I wish I could have seen.
- PRP (22-6) The Panthers lost a nail biter to Moore in a game that could easily turn out to be a preview of the 6th region final.
- Madison Central (28-1)The Indians picked up a good win at Covington Catholic last week.
- Scott County (26-4) The Cardinals knocked off a pair of Louisville schools in Eastern and Western last week.
- Bullitt East (22-4) The Chargers look to be righting the ship at the right time.
- Ballard (22-7) The Bruins struggled last week losing to Jeffersontown and only beating Beth Haven by six points.
- Perry County Central (23-4) The Commodores head into district play on a 14 game winning streak.
- Holy Cross (Covington) (28-2) The Indians will try to keep their 14 game win streak in place when they face Covington Catholic in district play.
- Henry Clay (22-8) The Blue Devils cooled down from their hot streak by losing a pair of close games to Lafayette and George Rogers Clark.
- Marshall County (27-2) The Marshals look to be a lock coming out of the 1st region.
- Ohio County (28-2) The Eagles look to get their 20th strait win in district play.
- George Rogers Clark (25-5) The Cardinals beat Henry Clay last week getting ready to head into district play.
- Hopkinsville (27-2) The Tigers look to be the best of the 2nd region.
- Lexington Catholic (22-7) The Knights grabbed a pair of wins last week.
- Rowan County (20-7) The Vikings earned their 20th to end the regular season.
- Bowling Green (24-6) The Purples have won 15 of their last 17 going into district play.
- East Jessamine (20-4) The Jaguars close the regular season by winning their last 14 games.
- Jeffersontown (18-9) The Chargers beat Ballard last week and have looked really good times and bad times this season.
- Knott County Central (23-5) The Patriots have stumbled losing three of their last four games.
- Oldham County (24-5) The Colonels have won 11 in a row to end the regular season.
- St. Xavier (19-8) The Tigers have won their last six and seem to be playing their best basketball of the season.
- Bardstown (21-9) The Tigers are another team that can beat anyone or lose to anyone.
- Dixie Heights (19-9) The Colonels should be battle tested heading into district play.
- Boone County (23-6) The Rebels have been consistent all year and finally crack the HSreplays top 25.
By: Steve Ludden
Ky boys high school top 25 week ending 2/12
- Trinity (24-3) The Rocks won 3 games last week by at least 19 points.
- Moore (24-4) The Mustangs outscored Bullitt Central and Seneca last week 168-78.
- PRP (22-5) The Panthers kept things rolling with a pair of dominant wins but travel to Moore on the 17th for a great match up.
- Madison Central (26-1)The Indians picked up a pair of road wins over Lexington Catholic and Franklin County.
- Ballard (20-6) The Bruins are clicking on all cylinders at the right time of year beating KCD and Eastern handily on the road.
- Scott County (24-4) The Cardinals took out Lexington beating Christian and Catholic last week.
- Henry Clay (22-6) The Blue Devils maybe the best team in the state the last month.
- Bullitt East (20-4) The Chargers picked up a pair of wins but haven’t necessarily been playing focused since the Derek Willis announcement.
- Perry County Central (22-4) The Commodores got by Knott County Central 46-43 last week.
- Holy Cross (Covington) (27-2) The Indians grabbed 3 road wins last week now winning 26 of their last 27 games.
- Marshall County (25-2) The Marshals added two more wins to their record over Calloway County and St. Mary.
- Ohio County (26-2) The Eagles pulled out a 62-60 win at Grayson County.
- George Rogers Clark (23-4) The Cardinals Lost on the road to Simon Kenton by 11 points last week.
- Knott County Central (22-4) The Patriots dropped a pair of games last week to PCC and Breathitt County.
- Hopkinsville (25-2) The Tigers won at Muhlenberg County 76-74 and cruised to a pair of home wins.
- Lexington Catholic (20-7) The Knights lost a pair of games but to #4 Madison Central and #6 Scott County.
- Rowan County (18-7) The Vikings split last week losing to Ashland by 15 points.
- Bowling Green (22-6) The Purples knocked off Owensboro and Warren East last week.
- Montgomery County (17-5) The Indians went 2-1 but the loss was a 59-57 to a very hot Henry Clay team.
- East Jessamine (20-4) The Jaguars pushed their winning streak to 11 games with two more wins.
- Jeffersontown (18-9) The Chargers crushed South Oldham but lost a close one at John Hardin 66-64.
- Dixie Heights (17-8) The Colonels took out Ryle and Covington Catholic last week without much trouble.
- Oldham County (23-5) The Colonels extended their winning streak to 10 picking up three wins last week.
- Bardstown (19-8) The Tigers picked up a 20 point win over Marion County last week.
- Manual (16-9) The Crimsons Lost to Fern Creek at home but beat Shawnee and Central away.