wc bbb logoDIXON, Ky. (3/11/18) — Champion Webster County exited the 2017-18 season with the best record among Second Region teams. The Lady Trojans, who pulled away to defeat Christian County 45-32 in the Second Region title game, compiled a 28-7 record.

Christian County (23-8) and Hopkinsville (20-11) were the only other Second Region girls' basketball teams to claim 20 or more wins.

Webster County, under the direction of head coach Brandon Fisher, excelled throughout the 2017-18 girls' high school basketball season. 

The Lady Trojans' season 2017-18 ended with a loss to 16th Region title winner Boyd County in the opening round of the Girls' Sweet 16 State Basketball Tournament at Northern Kentucky University's BB&T Arena in Highland Heights on Thursday. Prior to suffering the season-ending loss, Webster County has notched 11 straight wins.

A look at the final Second Region girls' basketball records for the 2017-18 season follows.


Second Region Girls' Basketball

Final 2017-18 Records

Webster County (28-7)

Christian County (23-8)

Hopkinsville (20-11)

Lyon County (18-10)

Caldwell County (16-13)

Crittenden County (15-14)

Henderson County (14-13)

Livingston Central (14-16)

Hopkins County Central (14-16)

Dawson Springs (12-20)

Trigg County (9-17)

Union County (9-19)

University Heights (9-17)

Madisonville-North Hopkins (8-18)

Fort Campbell (0-25)


Steve LeMaster

SurfKY News Sports

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