Saturday, March 30, 2013

Kentucky Junior and Senior All-Star Rosters are Set


Here are the 2013 Junior and Senior Kentucky Basketball All-Stars that will take on Indiana in the annual series.

The Juniors will play June 7th and Seniors scheduled for June 14th in Freedom Hall.


The 2013 Kentucky Boys’ Senior All-Star Team consists of:


Jersey NameHigh School
1Dominique Hawkins Madison Central
2Ken Jah BosleyMadison Central
3Devonte GrundyBardstown
4Darryl Hicks  Trinity
5Stuart Jackson Central
6Tyler Jones Montgomery Co.
7Ray Kasongo Pikeville
8Jordan Majors Hopkinsville
9Omar Prewitt Montgomery Co.
10Rusty Troutman Bullitt East
11Jack Whitman Lexington Catholic
12Derek Willis Bullitt East

Coaches:

Head Coach – Allen Feldhaus Jr. – Madison Central High School
Assistant Coach – Chris O’Hearn – Mason County High School

The 2013 Kentucky Boys’ Junior All-Star Team consists of:


Player  NameHigh School
Brent BachAugusta
Darion BurnsFleming Co.
Christen CunninghamHenry Clay
Jackson DavisLafayette
Trey EdwardsHopkinsville
Trent GilbertScott Co.
Jordan GreenHenry Clay
Trey GrundyHenry Clay
Shane HallJohnson Central
LaMontray HarrisPRP
Brandon Hatton Dixie Heights
D’Angelo Hunter PRP
Trey IvoryTrinity
Justin Johnson Perry Co. Central
Kelan Martin Ballard
Jaelin Sanford Moore
Robert Shaw St. X
Hunter Shelton Apollo
Quinten Snider Ballard

Coaches:

Head Coach – Chris O’Hearn – Mason County High School

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Friday, March 29, 2013

Herald-Leader Names 2013 All-City Team



The Herald-Leader has named the 2013 All-City boys basketball team, as voted on by local coaches.

First Team:
Jack Whitman-Lexington Catholic
Jackson Davis-Lafayette
Mike Smith-Dunbar
Christen Cunningham-Henry Clay
Jordan Green-Henry Clay


Second Team:
William Gary-Paul Dunbar
Larry Morton-Bryan Station
Trey Grundy-Henry Clay
Tyler Harville-Lexington Christian
E.J. Floreal-Paul Dunbar

Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2013/03/29/2578559/herald-leader-all-city-basketball.html#storylink=cpy



Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2013/03/29/2578559/herald-leader-all-city-basketball.html#storylink=cpy
Honorable mention
Tranard Chester, Nick Trisko (Lafayette); Dillon Avare, Tanner Johnson (Lexington Catholic); Matt Rose (Lexington Christian); Ryan Brewer (Sayre); Jordan Fucci, Vincent Mattox (Tates Creek).

Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2013/03/29/2578559/herald-leader-all-city-basketball.html#storylink=cpy

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Madison Central's Dominique Hawkins Named Gatorade Player of the Year


Madison Central's Dominique Hawkins has been named the 2012-13 Gatorade Kentucky Boys Basketball Player of the Year. Hawkins is the first Indian ever chosen.

The award recognizes athletic and academic achievement. Recipients must also display exemplary character both on and off the court. 

Hawkins led Madison Central to a state championship and averaged 20.4 points, 5.6 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 1.8 steals per game, earning him tournament MVP honors. He maintained a B average and does volunteer work with special needs students at his school.

Full press release

Gatorade Player of the Year State Winners

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Owootoah Visiting Fresno State; Teammates Picking Up Offers



Cordia point guard Emmanuel Owootoah is still waiting on his first offer, but maybe there is a chance he picks one up this week.

Owootoah traveled to Fresno State for an official visit today. Head coach Rodney Terry traveled to Cordia High School to watch the 5'9" guard workout earlier in the season, so the visit is not a surprise.

The Canadian has received a lot of attention from high major schools as Bob Huggins, Orlando Antigua and assistants from both Seton Hall and UCLA have watched Owootoah this season.

Which ever college gets this quick point guard I am sure they will be thrilled the day he signs.

A couple of Owootoah's teammates are also getting some college interest.

Dondre Warren, a 6'6" forward, is receiving interest from several top NAIA programs. The University of Pikeville and Lindsey Wilson, two teams that finished in the Mid-South Conference Championship game, are both looking at the Lions big man. Union College has also offered.

Marlon King is probably going to the junior college route and Brevard Community College in Cocoa Beach, Florida and Manatee Community College top his list.

Congratulation on wherever these young men decide to further their education playing basketball.