January 30th, 2018

SHA and Trinity basketball ranked

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Conor Revell

Managing Editor


SHA and Trinity basketball ranked
file photo by Conor Revell

The Associated Press released its latest rankings Monday. Trinity fell back to No. 2 after their stunning loss to now 10th-ranked Madison Central while Sacred Heart moved up to No. 1 after whipping Mercer County 83-48 in the Louisville Invitational Tournament title game Saturday night.

BOYS

1. Scott County (15) – 21-1 – 150 – 2

2. Trinity – 20-2 – 129 – 1

3. Covington Catholic – 18-4 – 113 – 3

4. Ballard – 16-4 – 86 – 6

5. Bryan Station – 17-3 – 67 – 4

6. Fern Creek – 17-5 – 59 – 5

7. Butler – 19-2 – 55 – 9

8. Lafayette – 15-5 – 47 – 7

9. Cooper – 16-5 – 46 – 8

10. Madison Central – 17-5 – 30 – NR

Others receiving votes: Lexington Christian 15. Corbin 7. Doss 4. North Laurel 3. Lexington Catholic 3. Mayfield 3. Paducah Tilghman 2. Ashland Blazer 2. Campbell County 1. Clark County 1. Knox Central 1. Pikeville 1.

GIRLS

1. Sacred Heart (11) – 19-5 – 143 – 2

2. Mercer County (2) – 22-3 – 125 – 1

3. Campbell County (1) – 21-2 –114 – 3

4. Elizabethtown (1) – 21-1 – 103 – 4

5. Murray – 22-2 – 83 – 6

6. Butler – 20-2 – 78 – 5

7. Scott County – 21-2 – 51 – 9

8. Male – 15-6 – 38 – 8

9. South Warren – 21-3 – 36 – 7

10. Harlan County – 18-2 – 17 – 10

Others receiving votes: North Laurel 14. Shelby Valley 7. Boyd County 5. Ryle  4. Leslie County 3. Graves County 2. Clark County 1. West Carter 1.

This week's voters: The Daily Independent, Ashland; Daily News, Bowling Green; Kentucky Enquirer, Cincinnati; Times-Tribune, Corbin; East Kentucky Broadcasting, Pikeville; Daily Enterprise, Harlan; Kentucky New Era, Hopkinsville; Lexington Herald-Leader, Lexington; Courier Journal, Louisville; The Ledger Independent, Maysville; The Mayfield Messenger, Mayfield; The Paducah Sun, Paducah; Times Leader Princeton, Princeton; WDKY, Lexington; WKYX, Paducah.

 

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