10th Region girls basketball weekly stats update
The 10th Region Coaches Association has released its latest weekly stats update.
George Rogers Clark had at least one player to qualify in each statistical category and is one of only two schools (Paris) in the region to do so.
The Lady Cardinals also showed up as one of the teams in the coaches’ poll top five. For the third consecutive week, GRC comes in as the No. 2 team in the region, breaking their tie in second place with Campbell County from last week.
Bishop Brossart remains in first place after taking over GRC three weeks ago. Campbell County, Bourbon County and Paris round out the rest of the top five.
— Kennedy Igo, 18 games, 233 points, 12.9 ppg. Ninth in the region.
— Brianna Byars, 20 games, 235 points, 11.7 ppg. 15th in the region.
— Tyra Flowers, 20 games, 224 points, 11.2 ppg. 18th in the region.
— Shelbi Wilson, 70 FG made, 137 FG attempted, 51.1 percent. Third in the region.
-— Tyra Flowers, 87 FG made, 185 FG attempted, 47.0 percent. Sixth in the region.
— Brianna Byars, 100 FG made, 218 FG attempted, 45.9 percent. Eighth in the region.
— Kennedy Igo, 35 3-PT made, 105 3-PT attempted, 33.3 percent. 13th in the region.
Free throw percentage
— Kennedy Igo, 32 FT made, 38 FT attempted, 84.2 percent. First in the region.
—Brianna Byars, 20 games, 158 rebounds, 7.9 rpg. Tied-fourth in the region.
— Tyra Flowers, 20 games, 158 rebounds, 7.9 rpg. Tied-fourth in the region.
— Tyra Flowers, 20 games, 69 assists, 3.5 apg. Second in the region.
— Brianna Byars, 20 games, 23 blocks, 1.2 bpg. Fourth in the region.
— Tyra Flowers, 20 games, 51 steals, 2.6 spg. Eighth in the region.
— Brianna Byars, 20 games, 44 steals, 2.2 spg. 15th in the region.
George Rogers Clark traveled to Lexington Tuesday night for a cross-region matchup with Tates Creek. Clark County entered the game... read more