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2015 KBA Boys High School Summer State Tournament

Freshman, Junior Varsity, & Varsity

Kentucky Basketball Academy & Lexington Christian Academy

Lexington, KY

June 18-21, 2015

2015 by Ron Harrison

 

 

Freshman Division There were thirteen teams entered in this division. They were placed into four pools as follows: Pool A: Grant County, Buckhorn, and Lafayette. Pool B: North Laurel, LCA, and Henry Clay, Pool C: Rowan County, Southwestern, Harlan County, and Lexington Catholic-White, and Pool D: Madison Central, Lexington Catholic-Blue, and Sheldon Clark.

 

Junior Varsity There were eighteen teams entered in this division. They were placed into five pools as follows: Pool A: Mercer County, North Laurel, Scott County, and Lafayette-White, Pool B: Woodford County-Gold, Dunbar, Pikeville, and Bryan Station, Pool C: Tates Creek, Southwestern, Henry Clay, and Murray, Pool D: Lafayette-Red, Buckhorn, and Rowan County, and Pool E: Woodford County-Black, Lexington Catholic, and Madison Central.

 

Varsity There were thirty teams entered in this division. They were placed into eight pools as follows: Pool A: Murray, Pikeville, Dunbar, and Fern Creek, Pool B: Madison Central, Southwestern, Buckhorn, and Lexington Catholic, Pool C: McLean County, Tates Creek, Woodford County, and North Laurel, Pool D: Scott County, Johnson Central, and Grant County, Pool E: West Jessamine, Sheldon Clark, and Henry Clay, Pool F: Lafayette, Harlan County, Montgomery County, and Western Hills, Pool G: Frankfort, Bryan Station, Powell County, and Lawrence County, and Pool H: Mercer County, Bath County, Rowan County, and LCA.

 

Thursday June 18th (Pool Play)

 

Freshmen Division

 

Lafayette

62

Buckhorn

39

LCA

47

Madison Central

44

Henry Clay

53

Sheldon Clark

45

North Laurel

43

Lexington Catholic-Blue

36

Henry Clay

73

LCA

53

Henry Clay

60

North Laurel

47

Southwestern

53

Rowan County

42

Harlan County

37

Lexington Catholic-White

34

 

Junior Varsity Division

 

North Laurel

55

Scott County

48

Mercer County

66

Lafayette-White

33

Bryan Station

55

Pikeville

35

Dunbar

50

Woodford County-Gold

37

Henry Clay

55

Tates Creek

49

Henry Clay

67

Southwestern

35

Henry Clay

won

Murray

forfeit

Lafayette-Red

59

Madison Central

52

Rowan County

43

Buckhorn

37

Lexington Catholic

40

Woodford County-Black

34

 

Varsity Division

 

Dunbar

83

Pikeville

63

Dunbar

53

Fern Creek

43

Lexington Catholic

86

Buckhorn

47

Southwestern

80

Madison Central

66

North Laurel

67

Woodford County

49

McLean County

72

Tates Creek

67

Scott County

75

Grant county

46

Henry Clay

62

West Jessamine

60

Henry Clay

77

Johnson Central

42

Henry Clay

won

Sheldon Clark

forfeit

Montgomery County

46

Western Hills

41

Lafayette

74

Harlan County

54

Lawrence County

78

Powell County

48

Bryan Station

77

Franklin County

41

LCA

52

Rowan County

35

Mercer County

won

Bath County

forfeit

 

Friday June 19th (Pool Play)

 

Freshmen Division

 

Lafayette

59

Grant County

52

Grant County

59

Buckhorn

47

LCA

40

North Laurel

35

Lexington Catholic-White

44

Rowan County

26

Harlan County

57

Southwestern

39

Southwestern

48

Lexington Catholic-White

41

Harlan County

47

Rowan County

39

Lexington Catholic-Blue

43

Madison Central

38

Madison central

55

Sheldon Clark

34

Lexington Catholic-Blue

52

Sheldon Clark

40

 

Junior Varsity Division

 

North Laurel

72

Mercer County

63

Scott County

75

Lafayette-White

47

North Laurel

72

Lafayette-White

49

Scott County

53

Mercer County

26

Dunbar

66

Pikeville

42

Bryan Station

53

Woodford County-Gold

26

Pikeville

40

Woodford County-Gold

31

Bryan Station

53

Dunbar

48

Southwestern

60

Murray

20

Tates Creek

55

Southwestern

44

Tates Creek

51

Murray

27

Lafayette-Red

76

Rowan County

40

Lexington Catholic

60

Buckhorn

25

Lafayette-Red

67

Buckhorn

15

Woodford County-Black

55

Rowan County

37

Madison Central

50

Lexington Catholic

43

Madison Central

56

Woodford County-Black

46

 

Varsity Division

 

Murray

77

Pikeville

63

Dunbar

78

Murray

42

Fern creek

68

Pikeville

55

Murray

49

Fern Creek

47

Southwestern

95

Lexington Catholic

72

Madison Central

59

Buckhorn

56

Lexington Catholic

77

Madison Central

76

Southwestern

85

Buckhorn

59

North Laurel

66

McLean County

47

Tates Creek

63

Woodford County

52

McLean County

79

Woodford County

69

North Laurel

71

Tates Creek

66

West Jessamine

95

Grant County

89

Scott County

60

Sheldon Clark

44

Johnson Central

96

Grant County

70

Scott County

78

Johnson Central

55

West Jessamine

69

Sheldon Clark

44

Lafayette

83

Western Hills

28

Harlan County

82

Montgomery County

57

Lafayette

79

Montgomery County

33

Harlan County

78

Western Hills

56

Frankfort

77

Lawrence County

72

Bryan Station

69

Powell County

47

Lawrence County

71

Bryan Station

70

Frankfort

59

Powell County

56

Mercer County

81

Rowan County

66

LCA

78

Bath County

59

LCA

57

Mercer County

47

Rowan County

71

Bath County

42

 

Saturday June 20th (Tournament Play)

 

Freshmen Division

 

LCA

62

Lexington Catholic-White

51

North Laurel

52

Southwestern

40

Grant County

67

Sheldon Clark

64

Harlan County

46

Rowan County

31

Madison Central

70

Buckhorn

43

 

Junior Varsity Division

 

Woodford County-Black

53

North Laurel

52

Tates Creek

65

Dunbar

55

Mercer County

54

Murray

33

Lafayette-Red

70

Mercer County

35

Madison Central

70

Southwestern

65

Bryan Station

56

Lafayette-White

14

Lexington Catholic

44

Rowan County

36

Woodford County-Gold

53

Buckhorn

50

Henry Clay

53

Woodford County-Gold

20

Scott County

won

Pikeville

forfeit

 

Varsity Division

 

Dunbar

72

Western Hills

55

Lawrence County

55

Tates Creek

40

LCA

75

Powell County

55

Lexington Catholic

89

Montgomery County

79

Harlan County

50

Madison Central

47

Henry Clay

72

Pikeville

57

McLean County

65

Frankfort

62

Southwestern

96

Bath County

61

Mercer County

90

Grant County

43

Bryan Station

65

Woodford County

55

West Jessamine

70

Murray

54

Rowan County

won

Fern Creek

forfeit

Lafayette

74

Buckhorn

73

Johnson Central

71

Sheldon Clark

39

 

Varsity Division Final Sixteen

 

Dunbar 94 Lawrence County 78 Darius Williams, Jordan Lewis, and Taveion Hollingsworth led Dunbar with 27, 24, and 19 points respectively. Tim Dalton led Lawrence County with 27 points. Austin Chaffin added 19 points including five three point baskets. Grant Kiser chipped in with 11 points.

 

Lexington Catholic 85 Lexington Christian Academy 68 Luke Johnson led Lexington Catholic with 34 points. Donovan Morris added 12 points. Kyle Rode led LCA with 16 points.

 

Harlan County 69 Scott County 56 Cameron Carmical and Treyce Spurlock led Harlan County with 33 and 16 points respectively. Cooper Robb led Scott County with 22 points including five three point baskets. Bryce Long added 13 points.

 

Henry Clay 86 McLean County 41 Krizzell Mitchell, Isaiah Tisdale, and Jacoby Sims led Henry Clay with 16, 11, and 10 points respectively. Harrison Taylor led McLean County with 15 points.

 

Mercer County 76 Southwestern 74 Will Hager led Mercer County with 28 points. Trevon Faulkner added 26 points including four three point baskets. Hunter Stevens led Southwestern with 19 points. Peyton Cundiff added 17 points including four three point baskets. Peyton Gover chipped in with 16 points.

 

Bryan Station 60 West Jessamine 55 Andre Davis led Bryan Station with 20 points including four three point baskets. Deandre Dishman also scored 20 points. Isaiah Okesson and Cam Jones led West Jessamine with 12 and 11 points respectively.

 

North Laurel 56 Rowan County 40 Peyton Broughton, Bryson Asher, Trae Henson, and Brian Gray led North Laurel with 19, 16, 11, and 10 points respectively. Larry Whelan led Rowan County with 19 points.

 

Lafayette 87 Johnson Central 37 JaJuante Carpenter led Lafayette with 16 points including four three point baskets. Cameron Greenup added 15 points including four three point baskets. Ross Jenkins chipped in with 13 points. Harrison Lane recorded 12 points on four three point baskets. TJ Downey also recorded double figures with 11 points. Mason Blair and Jerry McCarty led Johnson Central with eight and seven points respectively.

 

Sunday June 21st (Tournament Bracket)

 

Freshmen Division

 

Lexington Christian Academy 56 Lafayette 51 (Quarterfinal) Will Hacker, Pearce Dalton, Isaiah Hunt, and Blaine Harden led LCA with 13, 13, 13, and 11 points respectively. Evan Dreaux led Lafayette with 25 points.

 

Lexington Catholic-Blue 55 North Laurel 48 (Quarterfinal) Deonte Edmonds, John Hardin, and Patrick Ogbogu led Lexington Catholic-Blue with 14, 10, and 10 points respectively. Hunter Bowling and Trey Rose led North Laurel with 14 and 11 points respectively.

 

Henry Clay 78 Grant County 36 (Quarterfinal) Montaveon Bean, Keaston Brown, Harris Hawkins, and Scott Halsey led Henry Clay with 19, 15, 13, and 11 points respectively. Ron Spratt led Grant County with 10 points.

 

Madison Central 61 Harlan County 50 (Quarterfinal) DC Whiting, Antoine Warford, and Isaiah Cozart led Madison Central with 18, 12, and 10 points respectively. Gabe Price and Alex Pace led Harlan County with 16 and 10 points respectively.

 

Lexington Catholic 54 Lexington Christian Academy 48 (Semifinal) Javin Hardin, Sam Vaught, and Deonte Edmonds led Lexington Catholic with 16, 14, and 13 points respectively. Isaiah Hunt led Lexington Christian Academy with 16 points including four three point baskets. Shaddai Scott added 14 points.

 

Henry Clay 64 Madison Central 48 (Semifinal) Montaveon Bean, Harris Hawkins, Ramond Jackson, and Keaston Brown led Henry Clay with 17, 17, 12, and 11 points respectively. Isaiah Cozart, Dondre Fuch, DC Whiting, and Chase Pressley led Madison Central with eight, eight, seven, and seven points respectively.

 

Henry Clay 69 Lexington Catholic 56 (Championship) Ramond Jackson led Henry Clay with 23 points including three three point baskets. Harris Hawkins and Ragaan Thompson added 12 points each. Harris Hawkins was named Tournament MVP. Sam Vaught, Javin Hardin, and Deonte Edmonds led Lexington Catholic with 14, 14, and 12 points respectively.

 

Junior Varsity Division

 

Woodford County-Black 58 Tates Creek 54 (Quarterfinal) Alex Cason, Alex Kerbach, and Brandon Cromwell led Woodford County-Black with 17, 15, and 11 points respectively. Taron Cummings led Tates Creek with 23 points. Darryl Bell and Raquan Hale added 12 and 10 points respectively.

 

Lafayette 74 Madison Central 67 (OT) (Quarterfinal) Demonte Johnson and Latham Saunders led Lafayette with 22 and 21 points respectively. Isaiah Minter led Madison Central with 26 points. Michael Roberts and Alex Mayes added 13 and 11 points respectively.

 

Bryan Station 43 Lexington Catholic 28 (Quarterfinal) Jalen Burbage and Myles Branson led Bryan Station with 15 and 11 points respectively. John Polton and Max Sparkman led Lexington Catholic with nine and eight points respectively.

 

Scott County 69 Henry Clay 68 (Quarterfinal) Cam Fluker, Josh Davis, and Lorenzo Williams led Scott County with 16, 16, and 13 points respectively. Anderson Green and Keaston Brown led Henry Clay with 21 and 13 points respectively.

 

Lafayette 58 Woodford County-Black 47 (Semifinal) Latham Saunders and Chris Wharton led Lafayette with 18 and 13 points respectively. Braxton Caudill led Woodford County-Black with 22 points including five three point baskets. Alex Kerbach added 18 points including three three point baskets.

 

Scott County 53 Bryan Station 47 (Semifinal) Brice Long, Lorenzo Williams, and Cam Fluker led Scott County with 14, nine, and eight points respectively. Skyler Hart and Jalen Burbage led Bryan Station with 14 and 12 points respectively.

 

Scott County 71 Lafayette 60 (Championship) Brize Fryman, Brice Long, Josh Davis, and Cam Fluker led Scott County with 17, 16, 14, and 10 points respectively. Josh Davis was named Tournament MVP. Chris Wharton led Lafayette with 22 points. Demonte Johnson added 18 points including four three point baskets.

 

Varsity Division

 

Dunbar 60 Lexington Catholic 49 (Quarterfinal) Darius Williams led Dunbar with 24 points. Zan Payne and Donavan Morris led Lexington Catholic with 16 and 14 points respectively.

 

Henry Clay 60 Harlan County 42 (Quarterfinal) Isaiah Tisdale led Henry Clay with 23 points including four three point baskets. Leander Ridgeway and Jacoby Sims added 12 and 10 points respectively. Cameron Carmical, David Turner, and Treyce Spurlock led Harlan County with 14, nine, and eight points respectively.

 

Mercer County 69 Bryan Station 60 (Quarterfinal) Trevon Faulkner, Malik Dow, and Will Hager led Mercer County with 19, 16, and 13 points respectively. Deandre Dishman, Tim Dunn, Rafael Few, and Andre Davis led Bryan Station with 21, 17, 10, and 10 points respectively. Tim Dunn recorded four three point baskets.

 

Lafayette 90 North Laurel 67 (Quarterfinal) TJ Downey, JaJuante Carpenter, Chris Wharton, Ross Jenkins, Eric Powell, and Harrison Lane led Lafayette with 13, 13, 12, 12, nine, and nine points respectively. Peyton Broughton, Trae Henson, and Aaron Rader led North Laurel with 28, 17, and 10 points respectively.

 

Henry Clay 75 Dunbar 69 (Semifinal) Isaiah Tisdale and Leander Ridgeway led Henry Clay with 26 and 25 points respectively. Taveion Hollingsworth, Darius Williams, Jordan Lewis, and Dontell Brown led Dunbar with 26, 17, 15, and 13 points respectively.

 

Mercer County 65 Lafayette 64 (Semifinal) Trevon Faulkner hit a field goal in the final second to give Mercer County the victory. Faulkner, Will Hager, and Malik Dow led the victors with 22, 17, and 15 points respectively. Ross Jenkins, Jaelin Jenkins, and JaJuante Carpenter led Lafayette with 18, 11, and 10 points respectively.

 

Mercer County 62 Henry Clay 39 (Championship) Mercer County was led by Will Hager, Alijah Mink, and Trevon Faulkner with 17, 16, and 13 points respectively. Will Hager was named Tournament MVP. Isaiah Tisdale and Leander Ridgeway led Henry Clay with 15 and eight points respectively.

 

A special thanks to the staff at the KBA for the hospitality extended me during this exciting and well played event.