State baseball poll

Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches Association Top 25
Released April 14
1. Tates Creek
2. West Jessamine
3. Henderson County
4. Mercer County
5. St. Xavier
6. McCracken County
7. Paul Laurence Dunbar
8. Pleasure Ridge Park
9. Male
10. Ballard
11. Lexington Catholic
12. Danville
13. Beechwood
14. Collins
15. Lafayette
16. Scott County
17. Central Hardin
18. South Warren
19. Lawrence County
20. Dixie Heights
21. Glasgow
22. Union County
23. Bowling Green
24. Bullitt East
25. Louisville Christian
Also receiving votes: Harrison County, Logan County, Bourbon County, Covington Catholic, Marshall County, South Laurel, Trinity, Franklin-Simpson, Owensboro Catholic, Apollo, South Oldham, Hazard, Shelby County, Rowan County, East Jessamine, DeSales, Somerset.

Henderson stays on top in baseball poll

The Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches Association’s Top 25
1. Henderson Co.
2. St. Xavier
3. Tates Creek
4. Lafayette
5. PRP
6. Mercer Co.
7. Male
8. Lexington Catholic
9. West Jessamine
10. Ballard
11. Central Hardin
12. Paul Dunbar
13. Collins
14. McCracken Co.
15. Apollo
16. Beechwood
17. Danville
18. Lawerence Co.
19. Bullitt East
20. Harrison Co.
21. South Warren
22. Scott Co.
23. Paducah Tilghman
24. Louisville Trinity
25. Covington Catholic

Others Receiving Votes: South Laurel, Bowling Green, Daviess Co., Glasgow, Union Co., Garrard Co., South Oldham, Bethlehem, North Laurel, Nelson Co., Letcher Co. Central, Shelby Co., Butler, East Jessamine, Estill Co., Taylor Co.

Scouting Ashland Blazer

Henderson County will play Ashland Blazer Wednesday at noon in the first round of the Girls State Tournament in Bowling Green. Here are links to a few newspaper articles about the Ashland team from the Ashland Daily Independent.
From the March 7 win over East Carter in the 16th Region final
http://www.dailyindependent.com/localsports/x1984781885/Thrillogy-Kittens-net-three-peat-with-photos-video

Ashland’s roster includes sisters Alexis Robinson, a junior, and Mykasa Robinson, an eighth-grader. Alexis Robinson has committed to play at Colorado.
http://www.dailyindependent.com/localsports/x334193882/AARON-SNYDER-Swish-Family-Robinson

Alexis Robinson committed to Colorado near the end of January.

http://http://www.dailyindependent.com/localsports/x1427974241/Ashlands-Robinson-commits-to-Colorado

Henderson Co. No. 1 in preseason baseball poll

Henderson County is ranked first in the Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches Association’s preseason poll. Here are the rankings:

KHSBCA Pre-Season top 25

1. Henderson Co.
2. PRP
3. Central Hardin
4. Male
5. Tates Creek
6. Lafayette
7. St. Xavier
8. Apollo
9. Mercer Co.
10. Bullitt East
11. Lexington Catholic
12. McCracken Co.
13. Harrison Co.
14. Collins
15. Danville
16. Ballard
17. West Jessamine
18. Logan Co.
19. South Warren
20. Paul Dunbar
21. Butler
22. Hazard
23. Beechwood
24. Meade Co.
25. North Laurel
Other receiving votes: (In order most to least votes): Lawrence Co., Letcher Co. Central, North Bullitt, Covington Catholic, Bowling Green, Johnson Central, Lewis Co., Madison Central, Bethlehem, Ryle, Caldwell Co., Union Co., Dixie Heights, South Laurel

Area players invited to all-star tryouts

Several area players have been invited to tryout for the team that will represent Kentucky in the Kentucky/Indiana Junior All-Stars series this summer.
Among the boys players 43 invited are Henderson County’s David Simmons and Webster County’s Mason Roland. Henderson County will have two players among the 39 girls invited to the tryouts, Maci Brown and Kacie Wallace.
Tryouts, which will be conducted along with the tryouts for the senior team, will be April 12-13 at Georgetown College.
http://http://www.kyallstars.net/2014/03/kentucky-all-stars-announce-2014-junior-and-senior-all-star-tryout-selections/

Kentucky AP high school basketball poll

Kentucky Basketball Prep Polls
By The Associated Press

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) The top teams in the Kentucky Associated Press high school basketball polls, with first-place votes, records, total points and previous rankings:

BOYS

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs
1. Hopkinsville (5) 25-2 85 2
2. Lou. Ballard (4) 25-5 84 1
3. Scott Co. – 28-2 67 3
4. Cov. Catholic – 25-1 60 5
5. Newport Central Catholic – 26-3 59 6
6. Lou. Trinity – 24-5 48 4
7. Holmes – 24-5 27 9
8. Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park – 21-7 24 7
9. Montgomery Co. – 25-2 10 8
10. Wayne Co. – 27-1 7 NR

Others receiving votes: Warren Central 6. Graves Co. 6. Lex. Lafayette 5. Henderson Co. 3. Apollo 2. Lex. Bryan Station 2.

GIRLS

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs
1. Lou. Butler (8) 23-3 97 1
2. Elizabethtown (1) 24-4 90 2
3. Anderson Co. (1) 22-4 81 3
4. Simon Kenton – 25-3 62 4
5. Allen Co.-Scottsville – 26-2 47 6
6. Lou. Ballard – 20-4 41 7
7. Lou. Sacred Heart – 22-7 39 5
8. East Carter – 27-2 27 9
9. Henderson Co. – 20-5 25 8
10. Glasgow – 24-6 20 10

Others receiving votes: Lex. Lafayette 8. Newport Central Catholic 6. Franklin Co. 6. Bowling Green 1.
All AP member newspapers and broadcasters in Kentucky are urged to cast ballots to ensure the poll is as representative as possible. Those who voted this week: Kentucky Enquirer, Cincinnati; The Advocate-Messenger, Danville; Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow; The Gleaner, Henderson; Kentucky New Era, Hopkinsville; Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer, Owensboro; Appalachian News Express, Pikeville; Princeton Leader, Princeton; WKYX, Paducah; WSON, Henderson.

My AP ballot

My ballot for the Kentucky AP high school basketball poll for the week of Feb. 24.
Boys
1st Place: Hopkinsville
2nd Place: Covington Catholic
3rd Place: Ballard
4th Place: Scott County
5th Place: Newport Central Catholic
6th Place: Warren Central
7th Place: Trinity (Louisville)
8th Place: Montgomery County
9th Place: Wayne County
10th Place: Graves County
Girls
1st Place: Butler
2nd Place: Allen County-Scottsville
3rd Place: Elizabethtown
4th Place: Anderson County
5th Place: Simon Kenton
6th Place: Henderson County
7th Place: East Carter
8th Place: Franklin County
9th Place: Glasgow
10th Place: Lafayette

Kentucky AP high school basketball poll

Kentucky Boys and Girls Basketball Prep Polls
By The Associated Press

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) The top teams in the Kentucky Associated Press high school basketball polls, with first-place votes, records, total points and previous rankings:
BOYS

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs
1. Lou. Ballard (7) 23-5 105 1
2. Hopkinsville (4) 23-2 96 2
3. Scott Co. – 26-2 89 3
4. Lou. Trinity – 23-4 74 4
5. Cov. Catholic – 23-1 64 5
6. Newport Central Catholic – 24-3 62 6
7. Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park – 20-5 39 7
8. Montgomery Co. – 23-1 38 8
9. Holmes – 20-5 11 9
10. Lex. Lafayette – 16-8 10 10

Others receiving votes: Wayne Co. 7. Warren Central 6. Graves Co. 3. Lexington Catholic 1.
GIRLS

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs
1. Lou. Butler (8) 21-3 107 1
2. Elizabethtown (3) 22-4 101 2
3. Anderson Co. – 20-4 87 3
4. Simon Kenton – 23-3 67 4
5. Lou. Sacred Heart – 20-6 54 5
6. Allen Co.-Scottsville – 24-2 50 6
7. Lou. Ballard – 19-4 39 7
8. Henderson Co. – 19-4 22 8
8. East Carter – 22-2 22 9
10. Glasgow – 22-6 17 10

Others receiving votes: Lex. Lafayette 16. Franklin Co. 13. LaRue Co. 3. Murray 2. Newport Central Catholic 2. Bowling Green 2. University Heights 1.
All AP member newspapers and broadcasters in Kentucky are urged to cast ballots to ensure the poll is as representative as possible. Those who voted this week: All AP member newspapers and broadcasters in Kentucky are urged to cast ballots to ensure the poll is as representative as possible. Those who voted this week: Daily Independent, Ashland; Daily News, Bowling Green; Kentucky Enquirer, Cincinnati; The Gleaner, Henderson; Kentucky New Era, Hopkinsville; Lexington Herald-Leader, Lexington; The Courier-Journal, Louisville; Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer, Owensboro; Princeton Leader, Princeton; WKYX, Paducah; WSON, Henderson.

My AP basketball poll ballot

For the week of Jan. 17.
Boys
1st Place: Hopkinsville
2nd Place: Covington Catholic
3rd Place: Ballard
4th Place: Scott County
5th Place: Newport Central Catholic
6th Place: Trinity (Louisville)
7th Place: Montgomery County
8th Place: Pleasure Ridge Park
9th Place: Warren Central
10th Place: Wayne County
Girls
1st Place: Butler
2nd Place: Allen County-Scottsville
3rd Place: Elizabethtown
4th Place: Anderson County
5th Place: Simon Kenton
6th Place: Henderson County
7th Place: East Carter
8th Place: Franklin County
9th Place: Glasgow
10th Place: Lafayette

AP high school basketball poll

Kentucky Boys and Girls Basketball Prep Polls
By The Associated Press

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) The top teams in the Kentucky Associated Press high school basketball polls, with first-place votes, records, total points and previous rankings:

BOYS

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs
1. Lou. Ballard (10) 22-5 144 1
2. Hopkinsville (5) 20-2 131 2
3. Scott Co. – 25-2 122 4
4. Lou. Trinity – 20-4 100 3
5. Cov. Catholic – 20-1 90 5
6. Newport Central Catholic – 22-3 80 6
7. Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park – 19-5 46 7
8. Montgomery Co. – 22-1 43 T9
9. Holmes – 19-4 30 8
10. Lex. Lafayette – 15-7 12 NR

Others receiving votes: Wayne Co. 11. Apollo 5. Elizabethtown 4. Warren Central 3. McCracken County 2. Graves Co. 2.

GIRLS

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs
1. Lou. Butler (13) 19-2 147 1
2. Elizabethtown (2) 20-4 136 2
3. Anderson Co. – 18-4 119 3
4. Simon Kenton – 21-3 92 6
5. Lou. Sacred Heart – 18-6 66 4
6. Allen Co.-Scottsville – 22-2 65 8
7. Lou. Ballard – 18-4 53 5
8. Henderson Co. – 17-3 32 9
9. East Carter – 22-2 26 7
10. Glasgow – 20-6 23 10

Others receiving votes: Franklin Co. 22. Lex. Lafayette 14. Owensboro Catholic 9. Murray 5. Bell Co. 5. LaRue Co. 4. Newport Central Catholic 3. Marshall Co. 1. University Heights 1.
All AP member newspapers and broadcasters in Kentucky are urged to cast ballots to ensure the poll is as representative as possible. Those who voted this week: Daily News, Bowling Green; Kentucky Enquirer, Cincinnati; The Advocate-Messenger, Danville; The News-Enterprise, Elizabethtown; The Gleaner, Henderson; Kentucky New Era, Hopkinsville; Lexington Herald-Leader, Lexington; The Courier-Journal, Louisville; The Ledger Independent, Maysville; Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer, Owensboro; Appalachian News Express, Pikeville; Princeton Leader, Princeton; The Winchester Sun, Winchester; WPAD, Paducah; WKYX, Paducah; WSON, Henderson.