#45 Noah Collett
Noah had a spectacular season in his first year as a Colonel. Noah led both the 6th and 7th grade teams in scoring, totaling 654 points and also led the team in rebounds, with 357, and assists, with 73. Noah scored in double digits in all twenty-two games for the 6th grade this season and was a crucial part of the team’s success.
#11 Landon Dezarn
Landon was the top 3-point shooter for the 6th grade this season. He knocked down 30 3-point shots in 6th grade competition. He also led the team in steals with 133 and finished his first season as a Colonel with 349 total points, playing for both the 6th and 7th grade teams. Landon was a crucial part of the team’s success this season with his lock-down defense and hitting numerous must-have shots in big games. He scored in all twenty-two games for the 6th grade and his season high came on January 12th against Pineville in the KBC State Tournament. Landon scored 25 points to help lead the Colonels to a 63-44 victory!
#24 Carson Miller
Carson quickly established himself as an elite “big man” in his first season as a Colonel. Carson was the team’s leading shot blocker, with 92, and scored 246 points playing for both the 6th and 7th grade teams. Carson was spectacular all season, but his best performance came in the Sweet 16 matchup against West Jessamine in the KBC Tournament. Carson scored 20 points, pulled down 9 rebounds, and came up with 7 steals in the 72-19 win!
#21 Keagan Ward
Keagan pulled down 115 rebounds and scored 105 points in first season as a Colonel. He played extremely hard in every game this season and his hustle and effort were crucial to our success. One of his best games came on December 6th at South Laurel. Keagan helped to lead a comeback by pulling down 7 rebounds, shooting 75% from the free-throw line, and drilling a huge 3-point shot to help swing the momentum our way.
#2 Connor Cunagin
Connor scored in all but three games this season and played extremely hard on both ends of the floor. Connor scored 99 points and pulled down 83 rebounds, playing for both the 6th and 7th grade teams. His attitude and work ethic were outstanding and his effort was tremendous in each game and crucial to our success this season.
#1 Lukas Robinson
Lukas was a huge asset to the team this season providing valuable minutes off the bench this season. Lukas shot 67% from the free-throw line this season. He played exceptionally well in the KBC State Tournament, and our run to the Elite Eight would not have been possible without him.
#10 Gary Wilson
Gary gave us some great minutes all season, making big plays on both ends of the floor. He put forth a tremendous effort each time he entered the game and he was a key component of the team.
#32 Carter Cunagin
In his second season as a Colonel, Carter scored in all 18 games and finished the season with 143 points and 92 rebounds. One of his best performances came on November 30th against North Laurel. Carter scored 15 points, pulled down 8 rebounds, and was perfect from the free-throw line to lead the Colonels to a 46-41 win.
#0 Zion Lakes
Zion was the leading 3-point shooter for the 7th grade this year. He finished his second season as a Colonel with 80 points and his best game came on December 13th at Pineville. He knocked down three 3-point shots in the game and finished with 13 points.
#5 Logan Baker
Logan was a huge asset to the team thanks to his outstanding effort all season long. Logan forced numerous turnovers and jump ball situations with his quickness and hustle. One of his best games came on January 8th against East Bearnstadt. He knocked down two 3-point shots in the game and shot 100% from the free-throw line in the game.
#13 Ashton Ward
In his second season as a Colonel, Ashton proved to be an exceptional defensive player. He forced numerous turnovers and jump-ball situations and was a key component of our full court press. He was a terrific rebounder all season long as well as a terrific teammate, helping to energize the rest of the team during timeouts and in the locker room. His attitude and work ethic were key components to this year’s team!
#14 Jameson Marcum, #22 Landyn Cox, #33 Jonas Marcum, and #3 Kaden Morgan gave us a great effort all season long. Each of them contributed points, rebounds, and steals throughout the season and helped make several of our wins possible!
#25 Brayden Thomas
Brayden was spectacular in his final season as a Colonel, leading the 8th grade in both points and steals! He was also the leading 3-point and free-throw shooter for the team. Brayden put forth an incredible effort all season long and was a key component to this year’s team. One of his best performances came on January 7th at Barbourville. Brayden scored 27 points and came up with 5 steals to lead the team to a 47-42 win.
#41 Andrew Gabbard
Andrew led the 8th grade in rebounding and scored 127 points in his final season as a Colonel. One of his best games came on January 7th at Barbourville, pulling down 18 rebounds and scoring 14 points. He gave 100% each time he stepped on the court and his attitude and effort in were spectacular all season long!
#2 Daelyn Dunn
Daelyn was terrific playing inside for us this season. He was the leading shot blocker for the 8th grade and pulled down 74 rebounds. He helped spark numerous comebacks and pulled down several must-have rebounds in close games in his final season as a Colonel.
#42 Korey Vickers
Korey knocked down ten 3-point shots this season and pulled down 53 rebounds. He gave everything he had each time he stepped on the court and his hustle and effort were crucial to this year’s team. He helped force numerous turnovers and jump-ball situations. One of his best performances came on November 29th at East Bearnstadt, scoring 11 points, pulling down 10 rebounds, and coming up with 4 steals.
#4 Josiah Tyra
In his final season as a Colonel, Josiah knocked down several 3-point shots and came up with numerous steals. He was a lock-down defender and gave us a terrific effort all season long.
#43 James Miller
James gave us an incredible effort all season long, pulling down 32 rebounds and scoring in several games. He shot 70% from the free-throw line and came up with numerous steals. His attitude and effort were key components to this season’s success!
#15 Joran Howard, #31 Keiton Anderson, #5 Nathan Webb, #34 Austin Hacker, #54 Trevor Neal, and #53 Nathan Lyons gave us a great effort all season long. Each of them contributed points, rebounds, and steals throughout the season and helped make several of our wins possible!
We would like to thank each of our student athletes for all of their hard work and dedication all season long. Jackson County is blessed with the greatest kids, both on and off the court, that you will find anywhere! We are so thankful for the opportunity to work with them and watch them grow and improve.
We would also like to thank all of our outstanding parents for their help and support this season. Our success would not have been possible without them!
We are looking forward to next season and we would like to wish our 8th graders the best as they move on and become Generals!
We are Jackson!