Boys’ 2nd Region Basketball Stat Leaders – January 13

Lyon County eighth grader Travis Perry leads the region in scoring at 23.4 ppg.

Here are the Boys’ Second Region individual and team stats as reported by each school to the KHSAA as of January 12, 2020.

TEAM STATS
Scoring Offense
70.5 – Madisonville
67.8 – Webster County
66.9 – University Heights
64.8 – Lyon County
62.4 – Henderson County
61.8 – Union County
61.8 – Dawson Springs
61.3 – Caldwell County
60.6 – Crittenden County
58.3 – Hopkinsville
55.6 – Trigg County
55.0 – Christian County
49.6 – Fort Campbell
45.1 – Hopkins County Central
39.7 – Livingston Central

Scoring Defense
48.2 – Webster County
58.9 – Trigg County
59.2 – Caldwell County
59.6 – Hopkinsville
59.6 – Fort Campbell
60.3 – Henderson County
60.4 – Christian County
60.5 – Madisonville
62.1 – Crittenden County
64.2 – Union County
61.4 – Lyon County
63.8 – Hopkins County Central
65.2 – Dawson Springs
65.6 – Livingston Central
66.2 – University Heights

Field Goal Percentage
50.1% – Madisonville
49.8% – Webster County
47.0% – Union County
46.6% – Crittenden County
44.4% – Henderson County
44.4% – Caldwell County
44.1% – Hopkinsville
42.3% – University Heights
41.4% – Dawson Springs
40.4% – Christian County
40.2% – Lyon County
39.0% – Fort Campbell
37.9% – Hopkins County Central
35.1% – Trigg County
33.0% – Livingston Central

Three-Point Percentage
34.7% – University Heights
34.1% – Madisonville
32.9% – Henderson County
32.3% – Caldwell County
32.2% – Webster County
31.1% – Hopkinsville
29.9% – Crittenden County
29.1% – Dawson Springs
28.1% – Trigg County
27.5% – Christian County
27.4% – Union County
26.3% – Lyon County
25.0% – Fort Campbell
24.9% – Livingston Central
23.2% – Hopkins County Central

Free Throw Percentage
71.7% – Webster County
67.2% – Caldwell County
64.9% – Crittenden County
64.5% – Lyon County
64.5% – Christian County
64.2% – Henderson County
63.6% – Madisonville
62.9% – Hopkinsville
61.6% – Union County
61.0% – Dawson Springs
60.8% – Livingston Central
59.7% – University Heights
59.4% – Hopkins County Central
57.3% – Trigg County
52.9% – Fort Campbell

Rebounds
32.0 – Trigg County
31.7 – Madisonville
30.8 – Dawson Springs
30.7 – Union County
30.3 – Caldwell County
29.4 – Webster County
28.6 – Fort Campbell
28.2 – Lyon County
28.2 – Henderson County
27.7 – University Heights
26.8 – Crittenden County
26.4 – Christian County
26.2 – Hopkinsville
25.0 – Hopkins County Central
22.3 – Livingston Central

INDIVIDUAL STATS
Scoring
23.4 – Travis Perry – Lyon County
21.7 – K.J. Crump – University Heights
18.7 – Kenny White – Madisonville
18.6 – Don Victor – Hopkinsville
18.5 – Skyler Clark – Dawson Springs
17.4 – Tyler Camplin – Webster County
17.3 – Preston Turley – Crittenden County
16.5 – Gabe Mott – Crittenden County
16.4 – K’Suan Casey – Madisonville
15.9 – Cameron Pratt – Fort Campbell
15.3 – Eric O’Leary – Crittenden County
14.5 – D.J. Quarles – University Heights
13.6 – Jackson Shoulders – Lyon County
13.6 – Destin Allen – Webster County
13.3 – Tripp Branch – Caldwell County
13.2 – Max Downey – Livingston Central
13.2 – Landon Pace – Dawson Springs
12.7 – Stephen Bussell – Christian County
12.2 – Kaleb Kanipe – Union County
11.5 – Adarius Riley – Caldwell County
11.1 – Kion Thompson – Trigg County
11.1 – William Bryan – University Heights
10.9 – Daymian Dixon – Henderson County
10.9 – Braxton Cotton – Dawson Springs
10.7 – Myekel Sanners – Henderson County
10.6 – Hunter McNaughton – Webster County
10.6 – Mikeon Mathis – Christian County
10.5 – Dylan Dawson – Dawson Springs
10.5 – Amani McGee – University Heights
10.3 – Jordan Miles – Trigg County
9.9 – Deljuan Johnson – Madisonville
9.7 – Qua Chambers – Christian County
9.6 – Aaron Hall – Fort Campbell
9.5 – Blasin Moore – Hopkins County Central
9.4 – Arthur McKnight – Hopkinsville
9.2 – Ayden Winn – Webster County
9.2 – Sam Almon – Hopkins County Central
9.1 – Keshawn Stone – Madisonville
9.0 – Jamarius Blaine – Caldwell County
8.9 – Jeremiah Holley – Fort Campbell
8.7 – Olajuwon White – Christian County
8.2 – Jakobe Bridges – Trigg County
8.2 – Jhaden Vaughn – Trigg County
8.2 – Noah Curry – Henderson County
8.1 – Cole Smiley – Caldwell County
8.1 – Cayden Fraliex – Caldwell County
8.1 – Kendric Adams – Trigg County
8.0 – Gunnar Bingham – Lyon County

Rebounding
9.9 – Kaleb Kanipe – Union County
9.6 – K’Suan Casey – Madisonville
9.4 – Jackson Shoulders – Lyon County
8.9 – Braxton Cotton – Dawson Springs
8.8 – Preston Turley – Crittenden County
7.8 – Jeremiah Holley – Fort Campbell
7.6 – Landon Pace – Dawson Springs
7.5 – Kendric Adams – Trigg County
7.3 – Khyran Vaughn – Trigg County
7.1 – Kenny White – Madisonville
7.0 – Olajuwon White – Christian County

Field Goal Percentage (minimum 60 attempts)
64.6% – Kaleb Kanipe – Union County
62.0% – Jeremiah Holley – Fort Campbell
61.6% – Blasin Moore – Hopkins County Central
61.4% – Kenny White – Madisonville
60.9% – Preston Turley – Crittenden County
59.7% – Reece Jesse – Hopkinsville
58.9% – Destin Allen – Webster County
57.8% – Adarius Riley – Caldwell County
54.8% – Ayden Winn – Webster County
54.7% – Jamarcus Burks – Hopkinsville
54.6% – K’Suan Casey – Madisonville
52.8% – K.C. Cabiness – Hopkinsville
51.9% – Tyler Camplin – Webster County
51.4% – Cole Smiley – Caldwell County
51.1% – Eric O’Leary – Crittenden County
50.5% – Hunter McNaughton – Webster County
50.0% – Khyran Vaughn – Trigg County
48.8% – Deljuan Johnson – Madisonville
48.5% – Olajuwon White – Christian County
47.7% – Gabe Mott – Crittenden County
47.5% – Braxton Cotton – Dawson Springs
46.4% – Jamarius Blaine – Caldwell County
46.3% – Luke Fulkerson – Henderson County
46.2% – Qua Chambers – Christian County
46.0% – Travis Perry – Lyon County
45.7% – K.J. Crump – University Heights
45.1% – Don Victor – Hopkinsville
45.1% – Dylan Johnson – Fort Campbell
44.6% – Myekel Sanners – Henderson County
44.3% – Marquise Parker – Madisonville
44.1% – Jackson Shoulders – Lyon County
43.9% – Max Downey – Livingston Central
43.0% – William Bryan – University Heights
43.0% – Cameron Pratt – Fort Campbell
42.9% – Noah Curry – Henderson County
42.2% – D.J. Quarles – University Heights
42.1% – Gunnar Bingham – Lyon County
41.9% – Everett Garrett – Livingston Central
41.7% – Issac Wring – Livingston Central
41.5% – Landon Pace – Dawson Springs
40.6% – Daymian Dixon – Henderson County

Three-Pointers Made
34 – Don Victor – Hopkinsville
32 – K.J. Crump – University Heights
31 – Tripp Branch – Caldwell County
31 – Cameron Pratt – Fort Campbell
29 – Travis Perry – Lyon County
27 – Skyler Clark – Dawson Springs
24 – D.J. Quarles – University Heights
24 – Stephen Bussell – Christian County
23 – Eric O’Leary – Crittenden County
22 – Gabe Mott – Crittenden County
21 – Jakobe Bridges – Trigg County
19 – Daymian Dixon – Henderson County
19 – Kenny White – Madisonville
18 – Zach Tow – Madisonville
18 – Luke Fulkerson – Henderson County
18 – Holden Raley – Henderson County
18 – Dertarius Leavell – Christian County
17 – Tyler Camplin – Webster County
17 – Landon Pace – Dawson Springs
15 – Jordan Miles – Trigg County
15 – Deljuan Johnson – Madisonville
15 – Sam Almon – Hopkins County Central
15 – John Barnes – Livingston Central
15 – Myekel Sanners – Henderson County

Three-Point Percentage (minimum 30 attempts)
47.5% – Kenny White – Madisonville
43.6% – Tyler Camplin – Webster County
42.9% – Luke Fulkerson – Webster County
41.9% – Zach Tow – Madisonville
40.9% – Dertarius Leavell – Christian County
40.7% – D.J. Quarles – University Heights
39.7% – Eric O’Leary – Crittenden County
38.6% – K.J. Crump – University Heights
38.6% – Don Victor – Hopkinsville
38.6% – Landon Pace – Dawson Springs
38.3% – Holden Raley – Henderson County
38.2% – Ayden Winn – Webster County
36.7% – William Bryan – University Heights
36.1% – Gabe Mott – Crittenden County
35.6% – Tripp Branch – Caldwell County
34.4% – Brock Elsberry – Fort Campbell
34.1% – Deljuan Johnson – Madisonville
33.0% – Travis Perry – Lyon County
31.8% – Jordan Miles – Trigg County
30.6% – Daymian Dixon – Henderson County
30.0% – Myekel Sanners – Henderson County
30.0% – Xavier Bugg – Henderson County

Free Throw Percentage (minimum 35 attempts)
87.3% – Tyler Camplin – Webster County
82.5% – Keshawn Stone – Madisonville
80.0% – K.J. Crump – University Heights
79.8% – Travis Perry – Lyon County
79.1% – Adarius Riley – Caldwell County
77.8% – Marcus Eaves – Hopkins County Central
77.1% – Isaac Wring – Livingston Central
75.7% – Kaleb Kanipe – Union County
75.0% – Jordan Miles – Trigg County
73.1% – Noah Curry – Henderson County
73.0% – Qua Chambers – Christian County
72.2% – Max Downey – Livingston Central
72.2% – Arthur McKnight – Hopkinsville
72.1% – Dylan Dawson – Dawson Springs
71.8% – John Barnes – Livingston Central
71.4% – Eric O’Leary – Crittenden County
71.4% – Mikeon Mathis – Christian County
69.9% – Gabe Mott – Crittenden County
69.8% – Myekel Sanners – Henderson County
69.2% – Destin Allen – Webster County
68.9% – Don Victor – Hopkinsville
67.5% – Tripp Branch – Caldwell County
66.1% – Skyler Clark – Dawson Springs
65.9% – Aaron Hall – Fort Campbell
63.6% – Hunter McNaughton – Webster County
63.6% – Daymian Dixon – Henderson County
61.4% – Amani McGee – University Heights
60.2% – Jhaden Vaughn – Trigg County
60.0% – K’Suan Casey – Madisonville