Bowling Green Ranked No. 1 In Kentucky Associated Press Poll
Bowling Green’s boys’ basketball team now sits atop all of the state, as the Purples were ranked No. 1 in the Kentucky Associated Press Boys’ Basketball Poll released Monday afternoon.
The Purples (15-2 overall) have reeled off eight-straight wins, including a victory over defending state champion and then-No.8/now-No. 10 Paul Laurence Dunbar on Saturday night in the State Farm Shootout at South Warren High School.
Head coach D.G. Sherrill and his club sat in third place in last week’s poll, but were able to climb all the way to the top this week after receiving 141 total points.
Bowling Green returns to action on Tuesday night on the road at No. 7 Christian County (13-2). Tipoff is set for 7:30 p.m. CST.
Here is how this week’s KY AP Top 10 looked:
Scott County and Ballard are tied for fifth.
- Bowling Green – 141 points
- Trinity – 139 points
- Fern Creek – 137 points
- Covington Catholic – 125 points
- Scott County – 77 points
- Ballard – 77 points
- Christian County – 69 points
- Campbell County – 46 points
- Cooper – 42 points
- Paul Laurence Dunbar – 21 pointd