Final 2019-20 Second Region Boys’ Basketball Stat Leaders

Here are the Boys’ Second Region individual and team stats as reported by each school to the KHSAA as of March 15, 2020. These stats were reported following region tournament play.

 

TEAM STATS

Scoring Offense

72.1 – Madisonville

72.0 – Lyon County

70.0 – Webster County

66.6 – University Heights

65.2 – Dawson Springs

65.0 – Caldwell County

60.5 – Henderson County

60.4 – Crittenden County

60.1 – Hopkinsville

58.4 – Union County

58.4 – Trigg County

56.8 – Christian County

52.4 – Hopkins County Central

49.6 – Fort Campbell

45.8 – Livingston Central

 

Scoring Defense

54.3 – Webster County

56.7 – Madisonville

57.5 – Christian County

57.9 – Henderson County

60.3 – Caldwell County

60.7 – Hopkinsville

61.6 – Fort Campbell

61.9 – Trigg County

62.5 – Crittenden County

63.1 – Hopkins County Central

64.6 – University Heights

65.0 – Lyon County

66.4 – Livingston Central

69.3 – Dawson Springs

70.2 – Union County

 

Field Goal Percentage

51.3% – Madisonville

50.6% – Webster County

47.0% – Crittenden County

46.6% – Caldwell County

45.9% – Hopkinsville

44.6% – Union County

43.4% – Henderson County

42.9% – Lyon County

42.9% – University Heights

41.7% – Hopkins County Central

41.7% – Christian County

41.6% – Dawson Springs

38.9% – Fort Campbell

37.1% – Trigg County

37.0% – Livingston Central

 

Three-Point Percentage

34.7% – Caldwell County

34.3% – University Heights

33.9% – Madisonville

33.0% – Webster County

32.2% – Crittenden County

32.2% – Christian County

31.4% – Hopkinsville

31.3% – Henderson County

31.2% – Lyon County

31.1% – Dawson Springs

30.2% – Livingston Central

28.5% – Union County

27.0% – Fort Campbell

26.0% – Trigg County

25.9% – Hopkins County Central

 

Free Throw Percentage

68.7% – Webster County

67.9% – Caldwell County

66.7% – Hopkins County Central

66.0% – Henderson County

66.0% – Madisonville

65.6% – Dawson Springs

65.6% – Christian County

65.4% – Lyon County

64.7% – Crittenden County

63.0% – Livingston Central

61.9% – University Heights

61.4% – Union County

59.8% – Hopkinsville

59.8% – Trigg County

51.7% – Fort Campbell

 

Rebounds

34.6 – Madisonville

32.3 – Lyon County

31.5 – Dawson Springs

31.0 – Trigg County

29.8 – Union County

29.1 – Caldwell County

29.1 – Webster County

28.7 – Fort Campbell

27.7 – University Heights

26.1 – Crittenden County

25.9 – Henderson County

25.9 – Hopkinsville

25.5 – Christian County

24.7 – Hopkins County Central

23.8 – Livingston Central

 

INDIVIDUAL STATS

Scoring

26.6 – Travis Perry – Lyon County

20.8 – K.J. Crump – University Heights

19.1 – Don Victor – Hopkinsville

18.5 – K’Suan Casey – Madisonville

18.4 – Kenny White – Madisonville

17.8 – Tyler Camplin – Webster County

17.1 – Skyler Clark – Dawson Springs

16.2 – Jackson Shoulders – Lyon County

16.0 – Gabe Mott – Crittenden County

16.0 – Cameron Pratt – Fort Campbell

15.6 – D.J. Quarles – University Heights

15.3 – Daymian Dixon – Henderson County

15.0 – Eric O’Leary – Crittenden County

14.7 – Max Downey – Livingston Central

14.4 – Stephen Bussell – Christian County

14.3 – Preston Turley – Crittenden County

14.1 – Amani McGee – University Heights

13.7 – Landon Pace – Dawson Springs

13.4 – Alijah Watts – Hopkinsville

13.1 – Adarius Riley – Caldwell County

13.0 – Destin Allen – Webster County

12.9 – Braxton Cotton – Dawson Springs

12.7 – Tripp Branch – Caldwell County

12.5 – Mikeon Mathis – Christian County

12.3 – Jordan Miles – Trigg County

12.2 – Hunter McNaughton – Webster County

11.8 – Kaleb Kanipe – Union County

11.2 – Deljuan Johnson – Madisonville

11.0 – Noah Curry – Henderson County

11.0 – William Bryan – University Heights

11.0 – Sam Almon – Hopkins County Central

10.8 – Dylan Dawson – Dawson Springs

10.6 – Kion Thompson – Trigg County

10.1 – John Miller – Hopkins County Central

10.1 – Tyler Boone – Crittenden County

10.0 – John Barnes – Livingston Central

10.0 – Olajuwon White – Christian County

9.8 – Cayden Fraliex – Caldwell County

9.8 – Izaiah Manuel – Union County

9.8 – Jamarius Blaine – Caldwell County

9.5 – Ayden Winn – Webster County

9.5 – Jhaden Vaughn – Trigg County

9.4 – Blasin Moore – Hopkins County Central

9.0 – Gunnar Bingham – Lyon County

8.9 – Kendric Adams – Trigg County

8.7 – Aaron Hall – Fort Campbell

8.5 – Jeremiah Holley – Fort Campbell

8.4 – Qua Chambers – Christian County

8.4 – Arthur McKnight – Hopkinsville

8.3 – Marcus Eaves – Hopkins County Central

8.2 – Khyran Vaughn – Trigg County

8.2 – Reece Jesse – Hopkinsville

 

Rebounding

11.5 – Jackson Shoulders – Lyon County

10.8 – K’Suan Casey – Madisonville

10.0 – Kaleb Kanipe – Union County

9.0 – Braxton Cotton – Dawson Springs

8.5 – Jeremiah Holley – Fort Campbell

8.0 – Kenny White – Madisonville

8.0 – Preston Turley – Crittenden County

8.0 – Khyran Vaughn – Trigg County

7.6 – Dylan Dawson – Dawson Springs

6.7 – Kendric Adams – Trigg County

6.7 – Max Downey – Livingston Central

6.6 – Olajuwon White – Christian County

6.5 – Reece Jesse – Hopkinsville

6.4 – Landon Pace – Dawson Springs

6.4 – Destin Allen – Webster County

6.3 – Cole Smiley – Caldwell County

 

Field Goal Percentage (minimum 100 attempts)

60.9% – Preston Turley – Crittenden County

60.7% – Kenny White – Madisonville

60.3% – K’Suan Casey – Madisonville

59.7% – Reece Jesse – Hopkinsville

59.6% – Jeremiah Holley – Fort Campbell

59.1% – Jamarcus Burks – Hopkinsville

58.6% – Zane Geary – Webster County

57.4% – K.C. Cabiness – Hopkinsville

57.3% – Kaleb Kanipe – Union County

56.4% – Destin Allen – Webster County

56.1% – Blasin Moore – Hopkins County Central

54.7% – Adarius Riley – Caldwell County

54.6% – Cole Smiley – Caldwell County

54.4% – Khyran Vaughn – Trigg County

52.5% – Tyler Camplin – Webster County

52.5% – Jaxon Winn – Hopkins County Central

52.3% – Ayden Winn – Webster County

52.1% – Hunter McNaughton – Webster County

51.6% – Eric O’Leary – Crittenden County

51.2% – Deljuan Johnson – Madisonville

50.9% – Olajuwon White – Christian County

49.5% – Braxton Cotton – Dawson Springs

49.4% – Don Victor – Hopkinsville

49.2% – Travis Perry – Lyon County

48.3% – Jamarius Blaine – Caldwell County

48.1% – Jackson Shoulders – Lyon County

47.7% – Marquise Parker – Madisonville

47.6% – Gabe Mott – Crittenden County

47.6% – Daymian Dixon – Henderson County

46.8% – K.J. Crump – University Heights

45.5% – Qua Chambers – Christian County

45.0% – Noah Curry – Henderson County

44.4% – D.J. Quarles – University Heights

43.3% – Clem Johnson – Union County

43.1% – Xavier Bugg – Henderson County

42.5% – Landon Pace – Dawson Springs

42.5% – John Miller – Hopkins County Central

42.4% – Max Downey – Livingston Central

42.4% – Amani McGee – University Heights

42.1% – Tripp Branch – Caldwell County

42.0% – Mikeon Mathis – Christian County

41.9% – Myekel Sanners – Henderson County

41.7% – William Bryan – University Heights

41.7% – Nick Whalin – Lyon County

41.6% – Cayden Fraliex – Caldwell County

41.6% – Cameron Pratt – Fort Campbell

41.4% – Jhaden Vaughn – Trigg County

41.2% – Izaiah Manuel – Union County

41.1% – Stephen Bussell – Christian County

40.9% – Dylan Dawson – Dawson Springs

40.9% – Bubba Leavell – Christian County

40.0% – Luke Fulkerson – Henderson County

 

Three-Pointers Made

83 – Travis Perry – Lyon County

79 – Tripp Branch – Caldwell County

71 – Skyler Clark – Dawson Springs

69 – Cameron Pratt – Fort Campbell

68 – Don Victor – Hopkinsville

63 – Stephen Bussell – Christian County

57 – John Barnes – Livingston Central

57 – K.J. Crump – University Heights

52 – Daymian Dixon – Henderson County

48 – Eric O’Leary – Crittenden County

46 – Bubba Leavell – Christian County

44 – Mikeon Mathis – Christian County

43 – Jordan Miles – Trigg County

43 – Sam Almon – Hopkins County Central

43 – Gabe Mott – Crittenden County

42 – Landon Pace – Dawson Springs

41 – Preston Morgeson – Crittenden County

41 – Cayden Fraliex – Caldwell County

41 – Deljuan Johnson – Madisonville

39 – Tyler Camplin – Webster County

37 – D.J. Quarles – University Heights

35 – Ayden Wynn – Webster County

34 – Keshawn Stone – Madisonville

33 – Hunter McNaughton – Webster County

32 – Destin Allen – Webster County

32 – Brady Shoulders – Lyon County

31 – Kenny White – Madisonville

30 – Noah Curry – Henderson County

30 – Gunnar Bingham – Lyon County

29 – Kobe Dillard – Christian County

28 – Jakobe Bridges – Trigg County

26 – Zach Tow – Madisonville

26 – Max Downey – Livingston Central

26 – Luke Fulkerson – Henderson County

25 – Logan McKnight – Dawson Springs

25 – Javon Smith-Rudd – Hopkinsville

25 – Jabrion Spikes – Caldwell County

25 – Xavier Bugg – Henderson County

 

Three-Point Percentage (minimum 80 attempts)

45.7% – D.J. Quarles – University Heights

39.8% – Don Victor – Hopkinsville

39.7% – Tripp Branch – Caldwell County

39.3% – K.J. Crump – University Heights

39.3% – Eric O’Leary – Crittenden County

39.0% – Tyler Camplin – Webster County

38.5% – Landon Pace – Dawson Springs

38.3% – Deljuan Johnson – Madisonville

37.9% – Travis Perry – Lyon County

37.9% – Hunter McNaughton – Webster County

37.6% – Mikeon Mathis – Christian County

37.1% – Dertarius Leavell – Christian County

36.5% – Ayden Winn – Webster County

35.6% – Brady Shoulders – Lyon County

35.2% – Kenny White – Madisonville

35.0% – John Barnes – Livingston Central

34.7% – Cayden Fraliex – Caldwell County

34.4% – Daymian Dixon – Henderson County

33.9% – Gabe Mott – Crittenden County

33.0% – Noah Curry – Henderson County

32.9% – Zach Tow – Madisonville

32.7% – Keshawn Stone – Madisonville

32.6% – Stephen Bussell – Christian County

32.5% – Preston Morgeson – Crittenden County

32.1% – Luke Fulkerson – Henderson County

32.1% – Logan McKnight – Dawson Springs

31.0% – William Bryan – University Heights

30.7% – Skylar Clark – Dawson Springs

30.3% – Cameron Pratt – Fort Campbell

 

Free Throw Percentage (minimum 75 attempts)

82.1% – Sam Almon – Hopkins County Central

81.8% – K.J. Crump – University Heights

81.5% – Max Downey – Livingston Central

78.2% – Landon Pace – Dawson Springs

78.1% – Tyler Camplin – Webster County

77.9% – Travis Perry – Lyon County

76.7% – Noah Curry – Henderson County

74.7% – Lance Skinner – Henderson County

74.4% – Mikeon Mathis – Christian County

74.2% – Adarius Riley – Caldwell County

73.6% – Jordan Miles – Trigg County

73.3% – Gabe Mott – Crittenden County

73.2% – Kaleb Kanipe – Union County

72.2% – Tripp Branch – Caldwell County

71.2% – Marcus Eaves – Hopkins County Central

70.0% – Dylan Dawson – Dawson Springs

70.0% – Arthur McKnight – Hopkinsville

68.5% – Don Victor – Hopkinsville

68.0% – William Bryan – University Heights

67.0% – Hunter McNaughton – Webster County

66.7% – Skyler Clark – Dawson Springs

66.2% – Daymian Dixon – Henderson County

64.6% – Cameron Pratt – Fort Campbell

64.5% – Jamarius Blane – Caldwell County

63.3% – Kenny White – Madisonville

63.3% – Cayden Fraliex – Caldwell County

62.7% – Olajuwon White – Christian County

62.7% – Jhaden Vaughn – Trigg County

62.4% – K’Suan Casey – Madisonville

62.2% – Amani McGee – University Heights

61.1% – Nick Whalin – Lyon County

61.0% – Jakobe Bridges – Trigg County

60.9% – Braxton Cotton – Dawson Springs

60.8% – Preston Turley – Crittenden County

60.2% – Keishon Martin – Union County

60.1% – Jackson Shoulders – Lyon County