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Posted On: 01/29/18 7:27 PM
There are only 3 weeks left in the regular season for Kentucky high school basketball and it’s going quickly. This week features a ton of games that are being made up from the week of the snow and ice that shut down Kentucky basketball for a week. Some schools are playing 3 or 4 games this week. Hopefully the quality of basketball doesn’t fall off because of the fatigue some kids will experience by the time the week winds down. Here’s a quick look at some of the top games around the Bluegrass state this week.
Monday, January 29
8th region contender Spencer County heads to Louisville to tangle with PRP.
West Jessamine and Boyle County meet in a clash of 12th region contenders.
Tuesday, January 30
A battle of sophomore point guards as Dayvion McKnight and Collins play host to Tyren Moore and Male.
MeKell Burries and Newport make the trip to Boone County to take on Adam Kunkel and Cooper.
JJ Ramey and South Laurel tangle with Jordan Graham and George Rogers Clark.
Madison Central makes a short trip to Lexington to take on Henry Clay.
JJ Reed and Paducah Tilghman head to Graves County to take on Ryan Mathis and the Eagles.
Elizabethtown and John Hardin do battle for the second time this month as John Hardin looks to avenge their loss.
Mercer County and Trevon Faulkner make the trip to Pulaski County to face Steven Fitzgerald and the Maroons.
Bryan Station makes a trip to Georgetown for a rematch with Scott County.
Wednesday, January 31
DeTorrion Ware and Christian County host KyKy Tandy and University Heights.
Lincoln County goes to Boyle County just 5 days after losing at home to the Rebels.
Thursday, February 1st
UHA hits the road again as they head to Bowling Green to take on Jarius Key and the Purples.
Chad Ohmer and Scott take on Brennan Hall and Newport Central Catholc.
Friday, February 2nd
Owensboro makes the trip to Apollo in a key 9th district showdown.
Across town, Owensboro Catholic takes on Daviess County in another district game.
Louisville Collegiate takes on Kentucky Country Day in a rematch of the 7th region All A Championship game.
Henry Clay and Scott County renew their rivalry as Scott looks to finish the district undefeated in the regular season.