Friday, September 30, 2016

Kentucky, John Calipari Make Changes to Men's Basketball Coaching Staff

The University of Kentucky has announced changes to the men's basketball coaching staff.

According to a press release, Joel Justus has replaced John Robic as a full time assistant coach on the staff.

Robic has moved into the role of special assistant to the head coach.

Here are details from UK:

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Joel Justus, who joined Kentucky two seasons ago as the director of analytics and then special assistant to the head coach, will move to one of the three assistant coaching positions for the 2016-17 season, head coach John Calipari announced Friday. John Robic, who has served as an assistant to Calipari at three different schools since the late 1980s, will move into the special assistant to the head coach role.

Both moves are effective immediately.

“I feel I have the best staff of people who surround me in the country,” Calipari said. “All are strong in areas that I’m weak. All of them understand that the relationships with our current players and working with them every single day to help them get better is the key to their success and this program. No one should look at this in any other way than me trying to shuffle our staff to put them in the best positions to succeed personally and for them to help our program remain the gold standard.

“Kenny (Payne), Tony (Barbee) and I will continue to work on putting the best incoming classes that we can together with young people who want Kentucky as bad as we want them and who understand that the program isn’t for everyone. By putting Joel where he is and having him focus on who we need to hone in on, we’ll be more prepared than we’ve ever been, which is scary. Robes will continue to focus on his strength of making us the most well-prepared team in the country and putting our kids in positions to succeed.

“I’m excited to see how the new structure of our staff improves our ability to help kids reach their dreams.”

Justus joined the staff for the historic 2014-15 season as the director of analytics. Using Justus’ analytics, Kentucky’s players bought in to a two-platoon system that helped the Wildcats become one of the most efficient teams in the country, including the most dominant defensive team in recent history, as UK became the first team in college basketball history to start a season 38-0.

Justus analyzed player and team performance, utilizing various stats and data to help develop efficient strategies through video. He developed tools that streamlined the decision-making process of the coaching staff using advanced statistical modeling and analysis.

He was elevated to special assistant to the head coach for the 2015-16 season. With his previous responsibilities remaining an active part of his duties, Justus’ role expanded to include scouting future opponents, providing strategies to help advance the program and assisting with special projects assigned by Calipari.

“I am excited, humbled and blessed that Coach Calipari would trust and believe in me with this opportunity,” Justus said. “After two years at Kentucky and 10 previous years at the college and high-school level, I will be able to use what I have learned in this new role as assistant coach. The chance to continue to work with Coach Cal and such an esteemed staff is a dream come true. I am looking forward to contributing more as we help these young men pursue their dreams.”

Robic is in his eighth season with the Kentucky basketball program but is a long-time associate of Calipari. Beginning with their first season together at UMass in 1988-89, where Robic was an assistant under Calipari, the two are entering their 20th season together.

Robic is the only remaining assistant left from Calipari’s original staff when he came to Kentucky in 2009-10. With Robic by Calipari’s side, the program has gone to four Final Fours, won a national championship in 2012 and helped 28 players earn selection in the NBA Draft.

In Robic’s new role, he will remain Calipari’s right-hand man. He will continue to scout future opponents, help Calipari game plan, break down film with Calipari, and carry out special projects and assignments from the head coach. Per NCAA rules, he will not be permitted to work with/instruct students on the court.

“I appreciate the opportunity Coach Cal has given me in a different role on a tremendous staff,” Robic said. “I’m looking forward to continuing to make this program the best that it can be in this new capacity. I appreciate the support I’ve been given through a tough time. My relationship – and my friendship – with Coach Cal has been a long and lasting one that’s included a lot of special moments and special teams. I’m going to do whatever I need to do to continue to help this program achieve our lofty goals, and I’m excited to continue my relationship with not only Cal but Kenny, Tony and Joel as we continue to make this place the gold standard.”

Similar to those magical years he assisted Calipari at UMass in the 1990s, Robic helped lead Memphis to the program’s most storied era in school history in four seasons with the Tigers (2006-09), as well as helping return Kentucky back among the nation’s elite since his arrival in Lexington.

Among the Wildcats’ many highlights during Robic’s tenure include the national title in 2012, draft history in 2010 when five Wildcats were selected in the first round and a historic 38-0 start in 2015.

Robic was instrumental in the game prep and scouting for the 2014 trek to the national championship game, a run that some national pundits called one of the greatest NCAA Tournament runs of all-time. Seeded No. 8 in a region analysts called “the region of doom,” UK knocked off previously undefeated and top-seeded Wichita State, downed defending national champion and archrival Louisville, and defeated defending national runner-up and Big 10 champion Michigan before edging Wisconsin in the Final Four. UK became the first team ever to knock off three of the previous season’s Final Four teams

In Robic’s last four years at Memphis, the Tigers won an NCAA record 137 games (137-14 record) while advancing to the 2006 and 2007 NCAA Elite Eights, the 2008 NCAA title game, and sweeping the 2006-09 Conference USA regular-season and tournament crowns. Memphis spent each week of the last four years in the national polls. In 2007-08, Robic was a part of the Tigers’ “Dream Season,” which lasted through the NCAA championship game. Memphis set an NCAA record for victories with 38 wins (38-2 mark) and held down the No. 1 spot in both national polls for a school-record five straight weeks during the season.

Before 2005-06, Robic served as the head coach at Youngstown State from 1999-2005. Prior to its move to the Horizon League, Youngstown State put together a tremendous year in the Mid-Con in 2000-01, Robic’s second year at the helm. The Penguins posted a 19-11 overall mark and an 11-5 Mid-Con record. The 19 overall wins were the second most in 16 seasons, and the 11 league victories tied the school record for most conference wins.

Before taking over at Youngstown State, Robic served as an assistant for 11 years at UMass for both Calipari and Bruiser Flint. After a 10-18 mark his first season on staff, Robic helped lead the Minutemen to nine consecutive winning campaigns.

From 1990-96, the Minutemen averaged 26 wins per year and had six straight 20-win seasons, including two 30-victory campaigns. UMass made the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 in 1992, Elite Eight in 1995 and Final Four in 1996. It was UMass’ first appearance on college basketball’s largest stage. After Calipari moved on to the NBA, Robic remained at UMass and was elevated to the associate head coach post under Flint from 1997-99. During his tenure at UMass, the Minutemen posted a 247-111 overall record (.690 winning percentage) and earned nine postseason tournament bids (seven NCAA, two NIT).

Justus came to UK after serving as the head coach at Davidson Day High School in Davidson, North Carolina. In both years at the helm, he guided the Patriots to the Elite Eight in the state tournament.

Prior to his time at Davidson Day, Justus served as the head boys’ basketball coach at Woodberry Forest School in Woodberry, Virginia, from 2008-12. During his time at Woodberry Forest, he guided his team to the Virginia Prep League regular-season championship in 2010 while advancing to the Virginia Prep League championship game in consecutive years, a first in more than two decades.

Justus spent time in college basketball as an assistant coach at Elon University from 2004-08, where he helped guide the Phoenix to a Northern Division title in 2006 and the Southern Conference championship game in 2008.

A 2004 graduate of UNC Wilmington, Justus helped the Seahawks as a student-athlete capture two Colonial Athletic Association titles, made three postseason appearances (NIT in 2001 and NCAAs in 2002 and 2003) and was team captain his senior season.

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Campbellsville University Adds Four More to 2016-17 Recruiting Class

Campbellsville University recently added four more players to the 2016-17 recruiting class, including some former Division I players.

Here's a release from CU:

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. — When Brent Vernon accepted the head coaching position in late June he knew of the big uphill climb that was presented to him. The first would be to hire a coaching staff …. Check. The next would be to assemble a roster…. Check.

The coaching staff is made up of the Vernon brothers – Brent and Mark – and also former Tiger Darius Clement.

The staff is pleased to announce the roster additions for 2016. This year's Tiger basketball squad will feature two former NCAA DI transfers, a junior college transfer and an NAIA transfer.

Joining Roderick Lawrence (Ole Miss) from the DI ranks is Kelton Ford (Troy University) and Andre Applewhite (Mississippi State). Ford is familiar with Campbellsville University, as he is from neighboring LaRue County High School. Applewhite transferred from Mississippi State to Our Lady of the Lake, another NAIA program in Texas.

Jalen Coates makes his way to CU from Montana Tech and Antonio Chapman is the lone junior college transfer on the 2016 roster.

Kelton Ford | Senior | Guard | 6-0 |195 | Horse Cave, Ky. | LaRue Co. HS | Troy Univ.

Ford ransferred from Troy University where he played under coach Phil Cunningham – the son of longtime CU men's basketball coach Lou Cunningham. While at Troy, he appeared in 82 games during his three-year career. His sophomore year saw the most success, averaging 7.3 points and three rebounds per game. He finished the season shooting 35 percent from the field and 62 percent from the free throw line, including two game-winning free throws which gave Troy a 55-54 win against UT Arlington. Ford scored a career-high 26 points against regular-season champion Georgia Southern, as he finished hitting 6-of-7 from downtown.

"Kelton is a kid we recruited and really wanted out of high school," said Brent Vernon. "Even though we didn't get him then, we are glad he decided to choose us for his senior year. It's always nice to have quality Kentucky kids on your roster, whether we get them out of high school or as a transfer. During his time at Troy, he was a good contributor for their team and I have very high expectations for Kelton coming into this season. He will be one of our seniors and will be counted on to be a leader for us on and off the floor. Kelton is a physical guard that can play different positions. He brings great experience to the table and a very good skill set that should help our program."

Andre Applewhite | Junior | Forward | 6-5 | 220 | Memphis, Tenn. | Central HS | Mississippi State | Our Lady of the Lake

Applewhite comes to Campbellsville after a stint with Mississippi State and Our Lady of the Lake. In his redshirt freshman season, he appeared in 12 games for the Bulldogs and had six starts under his belt while averaging 5.5 points and four rebounds. While playing at Our Lady of the Lake, Applewhite averaged 10 points and four rebounds last season.

"We are fortunate to be getting Andre with two years of eligibility remaining," said Vernon. "He is a very long, athletic, and strong player that can play multiple positions. With his versatility, both offensively and defensively, we can use him in a lot of different ways and we believe he can be a major matchup problem for other teams. Andre is another player who has played against great competition and brings great experience to our program."

Jalen Coates | Junior | Guard | 5-9 | 170 | Sacramento, Calif. | Luther Burbank HS | Montana Tech

Coates played collegiately at California State University and Montana Tech the past two years. While at Montana Tech, he averaged 31.1 minutes, scored 18.9 points per game while shooting 46 percent from the field and 34.5 percent from the 3-point line. Coates also grabbed 2.6 rebounds, dished out 2.8 assists and averaged two steals a contest.

While at Luther Burbank, Coates led the team to a 20-8 record his senior year while scoring 21 points, six assists and three steals. He was named Conference MVP, First-Team All-Sacramento, Third-Team All-Northern California and Titan of the Year. He currently holds the all-time scoring record and was inducted into the Burbank Hall of Fame.

"Jalen will have two years of eligibility remaining for us," said Vernon. "He is a point guard that can really apply pressure to opponents with his defense. As a sophomore, he was ranked in the Top 20 nationally in scoring. Where he may not score as much for us this season, we expect him to use his offensive ability to really create offense for others and make it easier for our team as a whole. He can shoot the basketball with lots of range and even though he is small he can really finish at the rim. His speed will help us play the up-tempo style of basketball we want to play this season and I am excited for him to be joining our program."

Antonio Chapman | Junior | Guard | 6'0 | 185 | Prichard, Ala. | Mattie T. Blont High School | Paris JC

Chapman is a star guard out of Mattie T. Blont High School in Alabama. During his prep days, he led his team to back-to-back Alabama 6A state championships in 2013 and 2014, while averaging 17 points per game. Chapman earned All-District and All-Region all four seasons, while earning All-State honors his senior year.

During his time at Paris Junior College (Texas), Chapman averaged 15 points per game his one year on the team.

"Antonio comes from a really good junior college program and he has proven he can do lots of things well on the floor," said Vernon. "Coming into a new system and finding the school he wanted to attend late has put him a little behind. But he is working hard and continues to get better. He can really stretch the floor and help our team once he figures out what we are trying to do."

The four new Tigers will join returners – Erik Kinney (r-Sr.), Roderick Lawrence (r-Sr.), Elliott Young (Sr.), Zach Perry (Sr.), Taylor Howard (Jr.), Shawn Johnson (Jr.), Italo Barbosa, (Jr.), Hagen Tyler (So.), Byron Dean (r-Fr.) and Corey Shelton (r-Fr.).

The Tigers are scheduled to open the season with its first regular season game on Wednesday, Oct. 26, as they host Central Penn. College at 7 p.m. in the Powell Athletic Center. The complete 2016 schedule will be announced within the next two weeks.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Eloy Vargas Named Center of the Year in Dominican Republic League

Former University of Kentucky big man Eloy Vargas was named Center of the Year in the Dominican Republic's LNB league this week.

Vargas, who plays for Metros STGO, was also named All-LNB First Team by Latinbasket.com.

Finals MVP: Elpidio Fortuna (188-G-85) of Leones SD
Player of the Year: Robert Glenn (203-PF-89) of Metros STGO
Guard of the Year: Elpidio Fortuna (188-G-85) of Leones SD
Forward of the Year: Robert Glenn (203-PF-89) of Metros STGO
Center of the Year: Eloy Vargas (211-C-88) of Metros STGO
Domestic player of the Year: Elpidio Fortuna (188-G-85) of Leones SD
Import player of the Year: Robert Glenn (203-PF-89) of Metros STGO

1st Team

PG: Adris De Leon (180-PG-84) of Metros STGO
G: Elpidio Fortuna (188-G-85) of Leones SD
SG: Victor Liz (188-SG-86) of Metros STGO
PF: Robert Glenn (203-PF-89) of Metros STGO
C: Eloy Vargas (211-C-88) of Metros STGO

2nd Team

PG: Alex Abreu (180-PG-91) of Leones SD
SG: Juan Miguel Suero (196-SG-93) of Soles SD
PF: M.J. Rhett (206-PF-92) of Leones SD
F/C: Ivan Johnson (203-F/C-84) of Reales LV
C: Jordan Richard (206-C-89) of Soles SD

Complete List

Kevin Keathley to Coach Halifax Hurricanes

Kevin Keathley has been hired to coach the Halifax Hurricanes in NBL Canada. 

Keathley last coached the Bowling Green Bandits in the ABA.

Here are details from USBasket.com:

The Halifax Hurricanes Kevin Keathley will join the team as the head coach and general manager for the upcoming season. Keathley joins the team from the Bowling Green Bandits of the American Basketball Association, where he led the team to a 11-2 record last season. 'I couldn't be more excited to be given the opportunity to lead one of the cornerstone franchises of NBL Canada,' said Keathley in a news release. 'We will build a championship quality team on and off the court.' Keathley is known for his fast paced, up-tempo philosophy. His Bandits averaged 127 points in 13 regular season games last year. 'He's a coach who understands what's needed to build a competitive team and to be part of the community,' said Don Mills, chair of the Hurricanes board of directors. Keathley has never had a losing season in his 15-year coaching career, but will have big shoes to fill in Halifax. 'It's going to be an exciting season as we look to defend the title against some of the best coaches and players in professional basketball,' said Keathley. Former General manager Andre Levingston led Halifax franchises to back-to-back National Basketball League of Canada finals appearances. While former head coach Hugo Lopez won the NBL of Canada's coach of the year award last season and led the team to a league championship in its inaugural year. The team tried to negotiate a new contract with Lopez, but the two parties couldn't come to terms on an agreement. Keathley has previous experience coaching in Canada. He was behind the bench of the now-defunct Ottawa Skyhawks in 2013, but was fired after just seven games. He was named as one of the top-10 Coaches in the United States not in the NBA back in 2009.

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Former Henderson County Guard David Simmons Commits to MTSU

Former Henderson County guard David Simmons has committed to Middle Tennessee State University.

Simmons is currently at Tallahassee Community College (JUCO).

As a freshman last season, Simmons averaged 14 points, 7 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Lindsey Wilson College to Hold Basketball Preview Event This Friday

Lindsey Wilson College will hold a basketball preview event this Friday night in Columbia.


Here's a look at the Blue Raiders roster for 2016-17:

2016-17 MEN'S BASKETBALL ROSTER

# Name Cl. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown Previous School
0 Nic Brown JR C 6-11 230 Mandeville, Jamaica Trinity Valley CC
1 Charles Sutton JR G 6-4 195 Michigan City, Ind. LaVergne HS
2 Allen Costley JR F 6-6 215 Baltimore, Md. College of Central Florida
3 Zach Reeves FR G 6-5 200 Rolesville, N.C. Christ School
4 Eddie Murphy* FR G 5-9 175 louisville, Ky. Russell County HS
5 Lik Estilien FR F 6-4 210 Naples, Fla. Lely HS
10 Cameron Morgeson FR G 5-11 150 Campbellsville, Ky. Taylor County HS
11 Marshall Griffith SO G 6-0 175 Owensboro, Ky. Gulf Coast State CC
12 Dmitry Utolin SR F 6-7 215 Dubna, Russia West Texas A&M
13 Brandon Berry FR G 6-2 190 Campbellsville, Ky. Taylor County HS
15 Hannes Erhardt JR C 6-11 235 Bara, Sweden Malmo Borgarskola
23 Ethan Hennis* FR G 6-4 170 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Providence Christian Academy
25 Bryan Wallace JR G 5-11 160 Lexington, Ky. Montgomery County HS
30 DJ Lambert JR G 6-1 165 Louisville, Ky. Louisville Male HS
32 Pepper Ben Ofokile SO F 6-8 235 Lagos, Nigeria Wesley Christian HS
34 Dylan Gaskin SO F 6-6 255 Somerset, Ky. Southwestern HS
41 John Payne FR G 6-5 195 Nashville, Tenn. Goodpasture HS
55 Marquis Johns SO G 5-8 160 Smyrna, Tenn. LaVergne HS

* Redshirt

Kentucky's Big Blue Madness Campout is Officially Underway

Kentucky's annual campout (aka Tent City) for Big Blue Madness tickets officially tipped off this morning at 5:00 a.m.

Watch as UK fans rush to find a prime spot for the rest of the week:



Jerry Tipton says there are still plenty of open spots for fans who want to join the campout:


Here is a schedule of events for the week:

Wednesday, Sept. 28

11 a.m-2 p.m. – Coke promotions from Coca-Cola Stage
4-7 p.m. – Coke promotions from Coca-Cola Stage
5-6 p.m. – “Paws and Listen” and “acoUstiKats” student a cappella groups performing from Coca-Cola Stage
6-7 p.m. – DJ Coleman performing from Coca-Cola Stage
5 p.m. – Food delivery from women’s basketball team

Thursday, Sept. 29

· 11 a.m.-2 p.m. – Coke promotions from Coca-Cola Stage
· 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. – Specialty Foods Group hot dog grill out from stage area
· 4-7 p.m. – Coke promotions from Coca-Cola Stage
· 4:30-5:30 p.m. – DJ Coleman performing from Coca-Cola Stage
· 5:30-6:30 p.m. – Specialty Foods Group hot dog grill out from stage area
· 7-10 p.m. – “Tent City Live presented by Papa John’s” live from the Coca-Cola Stage
o Show features the “Academy Sports + Outdoors Wildcat Trivia Challenge” and Coke promotions
· 9:30 p.m. – Papa John’s pizza delivery to fans

Friday, Sept. 30

· 9-11 a.m. – Coke promotions from Coca-Cola Stage

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

The Phoenix Suns Could Play an All-Kentucky Lineup

The Phoenix Suns could legitimately put an all-Kentucky lineup on the court this season if they wanted too.

The Suns now have Eric Bledsoe, Devin Booker, Archie Goodwin, Tyler Ulis and Brandon Knight on the roster.

It's not likely that they would ever play five guards together, but they could:

Say a Prayer for KCU Head Coach Grady Lowe

I don't know any details, but I have been told that Kentucky Christian University head coach Grady Lowe has been hospitalized.

Let's say a prayer of healing for Coach Lowe.

UPDATE:

This was on Facebook:

West Carter COMET Basketball

It has been posted on facebook that former Comet Head Coach and current KCU Head Coach Grady Lowe has been hospitalized and we ask that you keep him and his family in your thoughts and prayers. Comet nation one of our own needs our prayers.

Monday, September 26, 2016

Big Blue Madness Campout Begins Wednesday, But Some UK Fans Are Already Camping

The University of Kentucky has announced that this year's Big Blue Madness campout officially begins at 5:00 a.m. Wednesday morning.

Here are details from UK:

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Fans looking to secure tickets to Big Blue Madness in person at the Memorial Coliseum ticket windows on Avenue of Champions may begin camping out at 5 a.m. on Wednesday.

No tents are permitted to be set up prior to 5 a.m. on Wednesday at either designated camping locations or the areas surrounding Memorial Coliseum. Any fans who set up tents prior to the designated move-in time will be instructed to take them down immediately and tents left unattended are subject to removal.

Additionally, sidewalks must be kept clear for pedestrians, and all chairs should be moved to the side of the sidewalk farthest from the road.

As a reminder, to support regular campus operations and to facilitate student pedestrian routes to and from class – which have been affected due to surrounding campus construction – space will be limited to fans wishing to line up ahead of time for tickets. More information can be found at this link.

Fans are highly encouraged to use Ticketmaster.com to obtain tickets, though UK Athletics cannot guarantee fans will receive tickets either by lining up or going online. Tickets will be available on Friday at 10 p.m.

Big Blue Madness, the first open practice opportunity for UK’s 2016-17 men’s and women’s basketball teams, is Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. It will also air live on the SEC Network.

Of course, some fans are already out:


Ivan Aska Signs with Ironi Ramat Gan in Israel

Former Murray State big man Ivan Aska will play with Ironi Ramat Gan in Israel's National League this season.

Here are details from Latin-basket.com:

Ironi Kfar Hamaccabia Ramat Gan (National League) strengthened their roster with addition of 26-year old Virgin Islander international forward Ivan Aska (201-104kg-90, college: Murray State, agency: Comsport). He has a double citizenship as he also holds U.S. Virgin Islands passport. Aska played most recently at Ironi Nes-Ziona in Israeli Winner League. In 29 games he recorded 7.4ppg and 4.4rpg last season. National League will be definitely a better match and he can see more playing time. Aska also spent pre-season at ALBA Berlin (BBL) in German league that year.

He has tried to make it to the NBA and played in the NBA Pro Summer League in 2015.

Among other achievements Aska's college team won OVC Tournament in 2010 and 2012. He received also Latinbasket.com All-CBC Championships 1st Team award in 2015.

Aska represented U.S. Virgin Islands at the CBC Championships in Tortola (British Virgin Islands) last year. His team won Gold and his stats at that event were 6 games: 15.8ppg, 8.2rpg, 1.7apg, 1.0spg, FGP: 39.7%, 3PT: 36.8%, FT: 71.4%.

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Check Out Centre College's 2016-17 Men's Basketball Roster

Centre College's 2016-17 men's basketball roster has been unveiled.

The Colonels have the talent in place to once again compete for a spot in the NCAA Division III Tournament.

2016-17 Centre Men's Basketball Roster

No. Name Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School
1 Bailey Rakes G Fr. 6-0 170 Mt. Washington, Ky. / Bullitt East
3 Jarod Griffin G So. 6-2 170 Lexington, Ky. / Lexington Catholic
4 Matt Gump G Sr. 6-4 195 Bellefontaine, Ohio / Bellefontaine
10 Sam Gruber G Sr. 5-11 160 LaGrange, Ky. / Oldham County
11 Brett Jones G Sr. 5-9 160 Danville, Ky. / Boyle County
14 Tucker Sine G So. 6-2 165 Bowling Green, Ky. / Bowling Green
15 Matt Morette G Fr. 6-2 185 Winnetka, Ill. / North Shore Country Day
20 Jacob Bates F Fr. 6-5 195 LaGrange, Ky. / Oldham County
21 Jakob Spitzer F Fr. 6-8 190 Atlanta, Ga. / St. Pius X
23 Will Maguire G Jr. 6-2 180 Atlanta, Ga. / St. Pius X
24 Dee Mayfield F So. 6-3 175 Huntsville, Ala. / Westminster Christian Academy
32 Perry Ayers G Fr. 6-3 165 Bowling Green, Ky. / Bowling Green
33 Quinn Pergande F So. 6-7 200 Lexington, Ky. / Sayre
34 Zach Schmucker F Jr. 6-5 220 Cincinnati, Ohio / St. Xavier
42 Art Walker F Fr. 6-4 200 Mt. Sterling, Ky. / Montgomery County
45 Michael Dunaway C Fr. 6-5 275 Owenton, Ky. / Owen County
55 Luke Bleynat C Fr. 6-7 220 Asheville, N.C. / Asheville School

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