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TNBball43

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  1. I am sure the finalists were deserving, but I feel badly for Allen of J County. She has accomplished so much more than most could say. This season, she is a Co-MVP of District 7a and also 7a's Defensive player of the Year. Dont know the last time someone won both. To make TWSA All State Team for both Bball and Volleyball and lead your team in Points, Rebounds (as a guard primarily), Steals and Blocks. She has brought home Gold and silver in state, scored her thousandth point long ago and is nearly averaging a double double in the toughest district in 7a.
  2. I have to say what i said last year, at the very least Kassidy Allen deserves recognition. This young lady has taken every challenge head on, while playing with incredible sportsmanship. From the time she took the court as a Freshman, starting her FIRST game with Coach Jim Brown, and at the time (with players such as Coe and Hensley) that is impressive in itself. She helped her team to a State Championship, State Runner Up, two out of three district 7a titles, and a region 4a title. Just last year, she led the blue devils in Points, Rebounds, Steals, and Blocks. She is a true leader on the court, and is not only recognized at JCHS. Her basketball career included being named Upper Cumberland Freshman of the Year, to numerous district, region, and Class A all state Teams, and also this past year, to TWSA All state team. Outside of school basketball, she was named the National Blue Chips All Star camp MVP, as well as being listed Rick Bolus High potential Rank on his annual list of high school girls basketball players around the nation. In addition to Basketball, she was named the District 7a MVP for Volleyball and the TWSA all state team for volleyball in 2015. It would be a true shame if such a great athlete goes unrecognized for her high school achievements. Goodluck to everyone out there!
  3. Sorry for being unable to post recently, didn't understand how to operate ad blocker and it kept me from the site. I have to say what i said last year, at the very least Kassidy Allen deserves recognition. This young lady has taken every challenge head on, while playing with incredible sportsmanship. From the time she took the court as a Freshman, starting her FIRST game with Coach Jim Brown, and at the time (with players such as Coe and Hensley) that is impressive in itself. She helped her team to a State Championship, State Runner Up, two out of three district 7a titles, and a region 4a title. Just last year, she led the blue devils in Points, Rebounds, Steals, and Blocks. She is a true leader on the court, and is not only recognized at JCHS. Her basketball career included being named Upper Cumberland Freshman of the Year, to numerous district, region, and Class A all state Teams, and also this past year, to TWSA All state team. Outside of school basketball, she was named the National Blue Chips All Star camp MVP, as well as being listed Rick Bolus High potential Rank on his annual list of high school girls basketball players around the nation. In addition to Basketball, she was named the District 7a MVP for Volleyball and the TWSA all state team for volleyball in 2015. It would be a true shame if such a great athlete goes unrecognized for her high school achievements. Goodluck to everyone out there!
  4. Also, after watching the game, I think that Courtney Pritchett is a phenomenal player. She will perhaps become the best player in recent history from PC, write it down.
  5. The score was clearly indicative that Pickett County played better basketball. No doubt. However, anyone who has ever played a game knows that when call after call is bogus, it messes with you mentally. PC won, that's that. Before, I said I wouldn't say if PC was guilty of "flopping", BUT after watching the game, i can tell you that yes, in fact, they do. At one point, Allen drove in, completely missing a defender, and they fell backwards as if to take a charge. I agree that taking charges is part of the game, but flopping is a Technical. Just my opinion. Hope Allen is OK after her fall though.
  6. I'm feeling that Jackson will upset PC, not sure on margin
  7. How does everyone see this district match up going? Explain.
  8. Couldn't have said it better myself! Tired of the double standard!
  9. and before that JC BEAT Pickett and their place and lost a relatively close game at JC's home court. Keep talking, it's making JC look better every minute.
  10. HAHAHA, I love when people parade like they know facts when they clearly do not. Let me fill you in on some factual information. The last time that Jackson County played Pickett county was in the Livingston Academy gymnasium in the District 7a Semi-final. Jackson County was up by 3 with a matter of SECONDS left, when Jayna ferrell hit the lucky shot. Then, Allen and Flynn sent it into double and triple OT. Please, next time you try to accuse someone of not knowing their facts, do a little bit of research.
  11. Aren't you the one that said a win is a win and a loss a loss. If your logic is right, JC got within a triple overtime of beating PC. Doesn't sound like they are heads and feet above JC after all.
  12. I think that Allen herself silenced you last night. 17 points, 12 rebounds, 6 assists, and 3 steals. She was the main target of Van Buren defense, and it didn't work. Also, we should be talking about how she shut Bouldin down in the first two quarters, keeping her to 6 points i believe. I saw a nasty push in the back by Bouldin to Allen, and I was highly disappointed, but no matter, in roughly three quarters of play, Allen led a great scoring team. Sherrill had 17, and three others were in double digits I believe!
  13. I hate hearing that anyone is injured. I'm confident she will come back for an outstanding Senior season!
  14. Good idea. I haven't had a chance to see any West TN Schools, but have heard some promising things about them this year
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