High school basketball: Girls' Rating the State

January 24, 2011 

  • RATINGS BY REGION

Girls

TOP 25

School (record) This week Rating

1. Manual (14-4) Monday at Male; Wednesday at Louisville Invitational 86.2

2. Rockcastle Co. (18-1) Monday vs. Mercer Co.; Friday at Pulaski Co. 85.7

3. Boone Co. (15-3) Monday vs. Simon Kenton; Wed. vs. Conner; Friday at Lou. Invitational 85.3

3. Ryle (12-3) Tuesday vs. (24) St. Henry; Friday at Highlands; Sat. vs. Cov. Holy Cross 85.3

5. Mercy (15-3) At Louisville Invitational 84.8

6. Bowling Green (13-1) Tuesday at Logan Co.; Friday vs. Warren Central 84.3

7. Elizabethtown (16-1) Tuesday vs. Nelson Co.; Friday at LaRue Co.; Saturday at North Hardin 84.1

8. Marion Co. (13-4) At Louisville Invitational 82.6

9. Butler (16-2) Idle 82.3

10. Scott Co. (12-5) Thursday vs. Henry Clay; Friday at Louisville Invitational 81.8

11. Sacred Heart (14-3) At Louisville Invitational 81.6

12. Clay Co. (11-5)Monday at Bell Co.; Friday vs. Jackson Co.; Saturday at (21) Lex. Catholic80.5

13. Perry Central (14-3)Monday vs. Johnson Central; Tuesday at Morgan Co.; Thursday vs. Estill Co.80.3

14. Calloway Co. (18-1) Tuesday at Heath; Friday vs. (21) Murray; Saturday vs. Comm. Christian 80.1

15. Bryan Station (16-2) Tuesday vs. Paul Dunbar; Friday at Lafayette 79.3

16. Jeffersontown (15-1) Idle 78.8

17. Lincoln Co. (13-5) Monday at North Laurel; Friday at Boyle Co.; Saturday at Somerset 77.8

18. South Oldham (10-5) Monday at Owen Co.; Friday vs. Anderson Co. 76.8

18. Newport Catholic (11-3) Tuesday at Walton-Verona; Friday vs. Simon Kenton 76.8

20. Madison Central (10-6) Monday vs. Western Hills; Thursday vs. (23) Woodford Co. 76.4

21. Murray (14-5) Friday at (14) Calloway Co.; Saturday vs. Fulton Co. 75.1

21. Lexington Catholic (10-9)Tuesday vs. South Laurel; Thursday at Tates Creek; Sat. vs. (12) Clay Co.75.1

23. Woodford Co. (16-2) Thursday at (20) Madison Central; Saturday vs. Frankfort 74.8

24. Bullitt East (16-5) At Louisville Invitational 74.3

24. Notre Dame (12-6) Wednesday at Campbell Co.; Saturday vs. Beechwood 74.3

24. St. Henry (15-3) Tuesday at (3) Ryle; Saturday vs. Ludlow 74.3

1ST REGION

1. Calloway Co. 80.1

2. Murray 75.1

3. Marshall Co. 71.8

4. Ballard Memorial 67.7

5. Lone Oak 53.6

6. Graves Co. 52.5

7. Paducah Tilghman 52.2

8. Heath 51.7

9. St. Mary 50.6

10. Comm. Christian 48.0

11. Carlisle Co. 46.5

12. Mayfield 45.6

13. Hickman Co. 40.1

14. Reidland 30.3

15. Fulton Co. 24.3

16. Fulton City 0.8

2nd REGION

1. Henderson Co. 69.7

2. Union Co. 67.5

3. Hopkinsville 64.2

4. Crittenden Co. 61.7

5. Madisonville 58.7

6. Webster Co. 54.6

7. Livingston Central 52.1

8. Lyon Co. 51.4

9. Christian Co. 49.7

10. University Heights 44.7

11. Caldwell Co. 42.1

12. Trigg Co. 38.0

13. Dawson Springs 27.5

14. Fort Campbell 26.6

15. Hopkins Central 21.8

3rd REGION

1. Owensboro Catholic 73.9

2. Ohio Co. 73.7

3. Grayson Co. 72.6

4. Muhlenberg Co. 66.7

5. Breckinridge Co. 65.8

6. Daviess Co. 60.3

7. McLean Co. 54.7

8. Meade Co. 52.7

9. Hancock Co. 50.8

10. Apollo 49.5

11. Butler Co. 47.7

12. Owensboro 43.3

13. Edmonson Co. 38.6

14. Whitesville Trinity 19.4

15. Cloverport 0.6

4th REGION

1. Bowling Green 84.3

2. Monroe Co. 72.2

3. Franklin-Simpson 71.6

4. Greenwood 70.9

5. Glasgow 66.0

6. Barren Co. 65.5

7. Russell Co. 55.7

8. Todd Central 54.9

9. Logan Co. 54.2

10. Metcalfe Co. 53.8

11. Allen Co. 51.2

12. Russellville 49.6

13. Warren East 43.2

14. Warren Central 41.7

15. Clinton Co. 40.0

16. Cumberland Co. 38.5

17. South Warren 29.15th REGION

1. Elizabethtown 84.1

2. Marion Co. 82.6

3. Nelson Co. 66.1

4. LaRue Co. 65.6

5. Hart Co. 65.4

6. Taylor Co. 64.2

7. North Hardin 60.7

8. John Hardin 60.1

9. Adair Co. 59.9

10. Bardstown 53.9

11. Central Hardin 52.8

12. Green Co. 49.5

13. Washington Co. 47.8

14. Caverna 43.6

15. Bethlehem 38.2

16. Campbellsville 26.7

17. Fort Knox 15.5

6th REGION

1. Butler 82.3

2. Bullitt East 74.3

3. Bullitt Central 70.3

4. Lou. Holy Cross 64.0

5. Central 63.8

6. Pleasure Ridge Park 57.0

7. Presentation 56.5

8. Southern 48.1

9. Western 46.1

10. North Bullitt 44.2

11. Fairdale 40.6

12. Iroquois 33.0

13. Brown 31.6

14. Shawnee 28.8

15. Doss 22.8

16. Beth Haven 19.9

17. Valley 12.2

18. Portland Christian 0.6

19. Evangel 0.1

7th REGION

1. Manual 86.2

2. Mercy 84.8

3. Sacred Heart 81.6

4. Jeffersontown 78.8

5. Assumption 72.1

6. Ballard 71.2

7. Louisville Christian 69.7

8. Eastern 67.2

9. Fern Creek 64.7

10. Male 62.2

11. Moore 46.8

12. Seneca 41.2

13. Country Day 40.7

14. Atherton 28.1

15. Waggener 25.3

16. Whitefield Academy 24.4

17. Collegiate 24.2

8th REGION

1. South Oldham 76.8

2. Walton-Verona 72.2

3. Anderson Co. 71.8

4. Owen Co. 66.6

5. Simon Kenton 63.9

6. Collins 61.1

7. Carroll Co. 55.9

8. Oldham Co. 55.4

9. Gallatin Co. 54.5

10. Williamstown 50.0

11. Henry Co. 48.4

12. North Oldham 48.3

13. Trimble Co. 48.0

14. Grant Co. 38.9

15. Spencer Co. 37.3

16. Shelby Co. 28.4

17. Eminence 10.9

9th REGION

1. Boone Co. 85.3

1. Ryle 85.3

3. Newport Catholic 76.8

4. Notre Dame 74.3

4. St. Henry 74.3

6. Highlands 69.7

7. Conner 62.5

8. Dixie Heights 56.9

9. Cov. Holy Cross 56.2

10. Cooper 50.2

11. Holmes 46.9

12. Beechwood 45.4

13. Villa Madonna 39.2

14. Lloyd 35.7

15. Bellevue 34.7

16. Dayton 30.1

17. Ludlow 24.6

18. Latin 20.3

19. Newport 18.4

10th REGION

1. Clark Co. 71.2

2. Montgomery Co. 64.6

3. Campbell Co. 60.0

4. Bishop Brossart 59.5

5. St. Patrick 58.9

6. Scott 58.6

7. Paris 57.6

8. Mason Co. 57.2

9. Bracken Co. 54.1

10. Harrison Co. 50.9

11. Pendleton Co. 49.4

12. Bourbon Co. 40.4

13. Nicholas Co. 35.5

14. Deming 34.0

15. Calvary Christian 28.5

16. Augusta 24.4

17. Silver Grove 23.8

11th REGION

1. Scott Co. 81.8

2. Bryan Station 79.3

3. Madison Central 76.4

4. Lexington Catholic 75.1

5. Woodford Co. 74.8

6. Lafayette 72.2

7. Paul Dunbar 71.2

8. Franklin Co. 67.3

9. Lexington Christian 66.6

10. Tates Creek 61.6

11. Henry Clay 56.9

12. Sayre 55.9

13. Western Hills 53.3

14. Frankfort 50.8

15. Madison Southern 40.5

16. Model 39.6

17. Berea 34.6

12th REGION

1. Rockcastle Co. 85.7

2. Lincoln Co. 77.8

3. Southwestern 71.9

4. Casey Co. 71.3

5. Mercer Co. 66.6

6. Wayne Co. 65.1

7. Danville 64.9

8. Garrard Co. 63.3

9. Somerset 62.1

10. Pulaski Co. 55.8

11. Monticello 55.5

12. Boyle Co. 46.2

13. West Jessamine 41.9

14. Burgin 40.0

15. McCreary Central 39.9

16. East Jessamine 37.7

17. Ky. School for Deaf 0.1

13th REGION

1. Clay Co. 80.5

2. Harlan Co. 66.5

3. North Laurel 66.3

4. South Laurel 64.4

5. Bell Co. 64.0

6. Corbin 63.6

7. Whitley Co. 63.4

8. Harlan 54.4

9. Middlesboro 53.3

10. Pineville 52.4

11. Knox Central 48.9

12. Barbourville 45.6

13. Lynn Camp 43.6

14. Williamsburg 39.1

15. Jackson Co. 36.8

16. Oneida Baptist 0.1

14th REGION

1. Perry Central 80.3

2. Letcher Central 64.9

3. Breathitt Co. 59.0

4. Leslie Co. 58.9

5. Knott Central 58.4

6. Powell Co. 54.3

7. Estill Co. 51.0

8. Hazard 49.9

9. Owsley Co. 46.6

10. Jenkins 40.1

11. June Buchanan 36.0

12. Lee Co. 32.7

13. Wolfe Co. 28.6

14. Buckhorn 26.7

15. Jackson City 22.0

16. Cordia 2.3

17. Riverside Christian 0.1

15th REGION

1. Magoffin Co. 67.4

2. Sheldon Clark 67.3

3. Shelby Valley 67.0

4. Betsy Layne 61.1

5. Belfry 56.2

6. Paintsville 55.0

7. East Ridge 54.6

8. Pikeville 54.1

9. Johnson Central 50.1

10. South Floyd 45.7

11. Lawrence Co. 45.5

12. Pike Central 43.0

13. Prestonsburg 38.7

14. Allen Central 31.9

15. Phelps 24.5

16. Piarist 18.2

16th REGION

1. Ashland Blazer 71.3

2. Fleming Co. 66.9

3. Rowan Co. 66.5

4. Boyd Co. 65.9

5. East Carter 61.2

6. West Carter 59.8

7. Morgan Co. 47.9

8. Russell 47.7

9. Greenup Co. 46.3

10. Bath Co. 43.0

11. Menifee Co. 42.9

12. Raceland 40.4

13. Lewis Co. 37.3

14. Fairview 35.8

15. Elliott Co. 33.1

16. Rose Hill 25.1

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