Boys 2nd Region Basketball Stat Leaders – January 27

Here are the Boys’ Second Region individual and team stats as reported by each school to the KHSAA as of January 27, 2020.

 

TEAM STATS

Scoring Offense

70.6 – Madisonville

69.6 – Webster County

68.3 – Lyon County

66.1 – University Heights

63.8 – Caldwell County

62.4 – Dawson Springs

61.3 – Union County

61.0 – Henderson County

59.3 – Crittenden County

58.6 – Hopkinsville

58.2 – Trigg County

53.8 – Christian County

49.3 – Hopkins County Central

48.8 – Fort Campbell

41.2 – Livingston Central

 

Scoring Defense

49.2 – Webster County

58.5 – Madisonville

58.7 – Henderson County

59.6 – Caldwell County

60.0 – Hopkinsville

60.2 – Christian County

60.4 – Trigg County

61.7 – Fort Campbell

63.1 – Crittenden County

63.3 – University Heights

63.4 – Hopkins County Central

64.3 – Lyon County

65.4 – Union County

66.5 – Livingston Central

70.6 – Dawson Springs

 

Field Goal Percentage

50.4% – Madisonville

49.9% – Webster County

47.0% – Crittenden County

46.1% – Union County

45.9% – Caldwell County

45.1% – Hopkinsville

44.0% – Henderson County

42.3% – University Heights

41.0% – Lyon County

40.8% – Dawson Springs

40.7% – Hopkins County Central

39.1% – Christian County

38.9% – Fort Campbell

35.3% – Trigg County

34.1% – Livingston Central

 

Three-Point Percentage

34.8% – Madisonville

34.7% – University Heights

34.5% – Caldwell County

33.0% – Hopkinsville

32.0% – Henderson County

32.0% – Webster County

30.9% – Dawson Springs

28.3% – Crittenden County

28.2% – Christian County

27.9% – Lyon County

26.0% – Union County

26.0% – Fort Campbell

25.5% – Trigg County

24.7% – Hopkins County Central

24.3% – Livingston Central

 

Free Throw Percentage

71.8% – Webster County

67.9% – Caldwell County

66.0% – Christian County

65.0% – Crittenden County

64.8% – Lyon County

64.5% – Hopkins County Central

64.4% – Madisonville

64.3% – Henderson County

62.6% – Dawson Springs

61.8% – Union County

61.5% – Livingston Central

60.5% – Hopkinsville

59.7% – University Heights

58.5% – Trigg County

52.6% – Fort Campbell

 

Rebounds

32.6 – Trigg County

32.6 – Madisonville

31.5 – Union County

31.4 – Caldwell County

29.9 – Dawson Springs

29.8 – Lyon County

29.2 – Webster County

27.7 – University Heights

27.3 – Fort Campbell

27.0 – Henderson County

26.7 – Hopkinsville

26.3 – Crittenden County

25.3 – Christian County

25.2 – Hopkins County Central

23.2 – Livingston Central

 

INDIVIDUAL STATS

Scoring

23.8 – Travis Perry – Lyon County

21.7 – K.J. Crump – University Heights

18.9 – Kenny White – Madisonville

18.8 – Skyler Clark – Dawson Springs

18.1 – Don Victor – Hopkinsville

17.0 – Preston Turley – Crittenden County

16.6 – Tyler Camplin – Webster County

16.5 – Gabe Mott – Crittenden County

16.4 – K’Suan Casey – Madisonville

15.2 – Cameron Pratt – Fort Campbell

15.1 – Jackson Shoulders – Lyon County

14.8 – Eric O’Leary – Crittenden County

14.5 – D.J. Quarles – University Heights

14.0 – Daymian Dixon – Henderson County

13.1 – Destin Allen – Webster County

13.1 – Tripp Branch – Caldwell County

12.9 – Landon Pace – Dawson Springs

12.9 – Adarius Riley – Caldwell County

12.5 – Max Downey – Livingston Central

12.4 – Stephen Bussell – Christian County

12.2 – Kaleb Kanipe – Union County

11.5 – Kion Thompson – Trigg County

11.5 – Hunter McNaughton – Webster County

11.3 – Deljuan Johnson – Madisonville

11.1 – William Bryan – University Heights

11.1 – Jordan Miles – Trigg County

11.0 – Braxton Cotton – Dawson Springs

10.5 – Mikeon Mathis – Christian County

10.5 – Amani McGee – University Heights

10.3 – Sam Almon – Hopkins County Central

10.1 – Blasin Moore – Hopkins County Central

10.0 – Dylan Dawson – Dawson Springs

9.7 – Qua Chambers – Christian County

9.4 – Arthur McKnight – Hopkinsville

9.3 – Myekel Sanners – Henderson County

9.3 – Ayden Winn – Webster County

9.2 – Jamarius Blaine – Caldwell County

9.1 – Olajuwon White – Christian County

9.0 – Cayden Fraliex – Caldwell County

8.9 – Cole Smiley – Caldwell County

8.9 – Noah Curry – Henderson County

8.8 – Jhaden Vaughn – Trigg County

8.7 – Aaron Hall – Fort Campbell

8.7 – Keshawn Stone – Madisonville

8.7 – Jeremiah Holley – Fort Campbell

8.6 – Kendric Adams – Trigg County

8.4 – Reece Jeese – Hopkinsville

8.2 – Gunnar Bingham – Lyon County

8.1 – John Barnes – Livingston Central

 

Rebounding

10.3 – Jackson Shoulders – Lyon County

10.2 – Kaleb Kanipe – Union County

9.5 – K’Suan Casey – Madisonville

8.9 – Preston Turley – Crittenden County

8.3 – Braxton Cotton – Dawson Springs

8.0 – Kenny White – Madisonville

7.9 – Khyran Vaughn – Trigg County

7.5 – Jeremiah Holley – Fort Campbell

7.3 – Kendric Adams – Trigg County

7.2 – Landon Pace – Dawson Springs

6.8 – Olajuwon White – Christian County

6.8 – Reece Jesse – Hopkinsville

6.6 – Cole Smiley – Caldwell County

6.5 – Dylan Dawson – Dawson Springs

6.3 – Blasin Moore – Hopkins County Central

6.2 – Don Victor – Hopkinsville

 

Field Goal Percentage (minimum 65 attempts)

63.6% – Jeremiah Holley – Fort Campbell

61.8% – Preston Turley – Crittenden County

59.8% – Blasin Moore – Hopkins County Central

59.7% – Kenny White – Madisonville

59.3% – Reece Jesse – Hopkinsville

59.2% – Jaxon Winn – Hopkins County Central

59.1% – Destin Allen – Webster County

58.6% – Kaleb Kanipe – Union County

57.1% – Cole Smiley – Caldwell County

56.7% – Adarius Riley – Caldwell County

55.2% – K’Suan Casey – Madisonville

54.9% – Jamarcus Burks – Hopkinsville

53.4% – K.C. Cabiness – Hopkinsville

53.4% – Khyran Vaughn – Trigg County

52.7% – Ayden Winn – Webster County

52.3% – Deljuan Johnson – Madisonville

51.9% – Tyler Camplin – Webster County

51.0% – Eric O’Leary – Crittenden County

50.9% – Hunter McNaughton – Webster County

49.3% – Gabe Mott – Crittenden County

48.7% – Olajuwon White – Christian County

47.3% – Braxton Cotton – Dawson Springs

47.3% – Don Victor – Hopkinsville

47.2% – Travis Perry – Lyon County

47.1% – Daymian Dixon – Henderson County

46.2% – Jamarius Blaine – Caldwell County

46.2% – Qua Chambers – Christian County

45.8% – Bubba Leavell – Christian County

45.7% – K.J. Crump – University Heights

45.1% – Jackson Shoulders – Lyon County

44.8% – Nolan Zaim – Livingston Central

44.1% – Noah Curry – Henderson County

43.8% – Izaiah Manuel – Union County

43.5% – Aaron Harmon – Webster County

43.5% – Myekel Sanners – Henderson County

43.4% – Daisjuan Mercer – Hopkinsville

43.2% – Luke Fulkerson – Henderson County

43.0% – William Bryan – University Heights

42.4% – Xavier Bugg – Henderson County

42.2% – Jabrion Spikes – Caldwell County

42.2% – Marquise Parker – Madisonville

42.2% – D.J. Quarles – University Heights

41.7% – Cameron Pratt – Fort Campbell

41.5% – Landon Pace – Dawson Springs

41.2% – Tripp Branch – Caldwell County

41.0% – Max Downey – Livingston Central

40.9% – Issac Wring – Livingston Central

40.9% – Skylar Clark – Dawson Springs

40.5% – Sam Almon – Hopkins County Central

 

Three-Pointers Made

48 – Don Victor – Hopkinsville

44 – Tripp Branch – Caldwell County

40 – Skyler Clark – Dawson Springs

40 – Travis Perry – Lyon County

37 – Cameron Pratt – Fort Campbell

35 – Daymian Dixon – Henderson County

32 – K.J. Crump – University Heights

27 – Stephen Bussell – Christian County

27 – Jordan Miles – Trigg County

25 – Eric O’Leary – Crittenden County

25 – Sam Almon – Hopkins County Central

24 – D.J. Quarles – University Heights

24 – Jakobe Bridges – Trigg County

24 – Gabe Mott – Crittenden County

24 – Bubba Leavell – Christian County

22 – Zach Tow – Madisonville

22 – Luke Fulkerson – Henderson County

22 – John Barnes – Livingston Central

21 – Kenny White – Madisonville

21 – Tyler Camplin – Webster County

20 – Myekel Sanners – Henderson County

19 – Holden Raley – Henderson County

19 – Landon Pace – Dawson Springs

18 – Deljuan Johnson – Madisonville

18 – Destin Allen – Webster County

18 – Ayden Wynn – Webster County

18 – Keshawn Stone – Madisonville

18 – Mikeon Mathis – Christian County

17 – Cayden Fraliex – Caldwell County

17 – Kion Thompson – Trigg County

17 – Xavier Bugg – Henderson County

 

Three-Point Percentage (minimum 40 attempts)

42.9% – Kenny White – Madisonville

42.9% – Tyler Camplin – Webster County

42.1% – Dertarius Leavell – Christian County

41.0% – Don Victor – Hopkinsville

40.7% – D.J. Quarles – University Heights

38.6% – Zach Tow – Madisonville

38.6% – K.J. Crump – University Heights

38.3% – Tripp Branch – Caldwell County

37.9% – Eric O’Leary – Crittenden County

37.5% – Ayden Winn – Webster County

36.7% – William Bryan – University Heights

35.8% – Landon Pace – Dawson Springs

35.5% – Luke Fulkerson – Henderson County

35.4% – Xavier Bugg – Henderson County

35.0% – Daymian Dixon – Henderson County

34.8% – Gabe Mott – Crittenden County

34.7% – Kion Thompson – Trigg County

34.6% – Keshawn Stone – Madisonville

34.2% – Travis Perry – Lyon County

34.0% – Deljuan Johnson – Madisonville

33.8% – Skylar Clark – Dawson Springs

31.6% – Mikeon Mathis – Christian County

30.8% – Myekel Sanners – Henderson County

30.6% – Holden Raley – Henderson County

30.1% – Sam Almon – Hopkins County Central

 

Free Throw Percentage (minimum 40 attempts)

82.5% – Sam Almon – Hopkins County Central

82.3% – Marcus Eaves – Hopkins County Central

81.7% – Keshawn Stone – Madisonville

81.4% – Tyler Camplin – Webster County

80.0% – K.J. Crump – University Heights

79.6% – Travis Perry – Lyon County

77.8% – Kaleb Kanipe – Union County

75.0% – Max Downey – Livingston Central

73.2% – Adarius Riley – Caldwell County

72.7% – Noah Curry – Henderson County

72.7% – Jordan Miles – Trigg County

72.5% – Arthur McKnight – Hopkinsville

72.5% – John Barnes – Livingston Central

71.4% – Dylan Dawson – Dawson Springs

71.4% – Cole Smiley – Caldwell County

71.4% – Mikeon Mathis – Christian County

69.8% – Lance Skinner – Henderson County

69.2% – Gabe Mott – Crittenden County

68.8% – Tripp Branch – Caldwell County

67.9% – Hunter McNaughton – Webster County

67.1% – Don Victor – Hopkinsville

66.0% – Cayden Fraliex – Caldwell County

66.0% – Myekel Sanners – Henderson County

64.7% – K’Suan Casey – Madisonville

64.4% – Destin Allen – Webster County

64.3% – Skyler Clark – Dawson Springs

64.1% – Aaron Hall – Fort Campbell

63.9% – Preston Turley – Crittenden County

62.9% – Jamarius Blane – Caldwell County

62.8% – KC Cabiness – Hopkinsville

62.7% – Daymian Dixon – Henderson County

61.4% – Amani McGee – University Heights

61.0% – Cameron Pratt – Fort Campbell

60.2% – Jhaden Vaughn – Trigg County