Journal-Times (Grayson, KY)

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April 10, 2013

Bates' Crazy 8

April 10, 2013 — Baseball:

1. Lewis County (8-2)

2. Bath County (7-4)

3. Greenup County (7-3)

4. Ashland (5-4)

5. Morgan County (9-2)

6. Boyd County (3-4)

7. East Carter (5-7)

8. Raceland (7-5)

With a lot of teams going out of state, there were several games taking place in the 16th Region where some teams really shift in the Crazy 8.

Morgan County, which boasted a 7-0 record last week, fell to Rowan County 10-0 in five innings. Lewis remains in the top spot of the rankings after earning three wins in the week. Raceland makes its way into the rankings as well.


1. East Carter (14-2)

2. Menifee County (10-3)

3. Rowan County (12-3)

4. Boyd County (5-3)

5. Ashland (7-4)

6. West Carter (3-1)

7. Fleming County (6-7)

8. Greenup County (6-5)

Not a whole lot of change to the softball rankings this week.

East Carter had a good week, defeating Menifee County and Morgan County while going 4-2 in the Play it Again Classic in Clarksville, Tenn. Rowan County also helped their cause out despite a district loss to No. 2 Menifee County. The Lady Vikings won the Where’s the Beach Classic at Rockcastle County against some very good southern Kentucky teams.

Look for more shifting in the rankings next week as several big games take place in the 16th Region.

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