Journal-Times (Grayson, KY)

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February 6, 2013

Bates' Crazy Eight

Feb. 6, 2013 — There is very little change to this week’s rankings after several teams maintained their positions in the past week.

Boys:

1. Russell (21-6)

2. Fleming County (19-4)

3. Morgan County (17-5)

4. Rowan County (13-9)

5. Boyd County (15-9)

6. Ashland (17-8)

7. Lewis County (11-11)

8. Fairview (11-9)

Kyle Skaggs and the Russell Red Devils continue to impress. Despite only one game late in the week, they responded after Greenup County gave them a huge test before pulling away for a key district victory. Boyd County has now won eight of their last 10. Watch out for a huge matchup Tuesday night when Ashland makes the trip to Rowan County. Fairview makes the list this week despite dropping a contest to Ashland last week.

Girls:

1. East Carter (19-5)

2. Boyd County (16-7)

3. Ashland (17-5)

4. Rowan County (12-11)

5. Lewis County (11-10)

6. Bath County (13-7)

7. Fleming County (11-9)

8. Menifee County (11-9)

The weather cancelled a lot of games last week on the girls side of things. So there is not much change. East, Boyd and Ashland all stick around the top. Rowan County jumps up one spot after splitting two games on the road. Greenup County falls out of the Crazy 8 after dropping three games to make room for Menifee County, who has won five out of their last seven games.

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