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March 28, 2013

The State of the 13th Region

Checking out the numbers since the 13th Region realigned in 2005-06

CORBIN —  

By Les Dixon / Sports Editor

With the high school basketball season over, I figured it would be nice to maybe just roll out the details of the 13th Region Boys and Girls basketball teams dating back to when the 13th Region realigned during the 2005-06 season.

After looking back at all of the teams wins and losses during the past eight seasons (including Cawood, Cumberland and Evarts), I was surprised to see some of the numbers I ran across.

So with that said, let’s get this party started.

Boys by the numbers

2 — Clay County and Corbin are the only teams that have never had a losing season since the new realignment.

7 – Clay County leads the way with the most 20-plus winning seasons. The most the Tigers have had during a season came during this past season with 26.

29 — The most wins by a team in a season belongs to both Corbin and South Laurel. Corbin won 29 games during the 2008-09 season while South Laurel accomplished the feat during the 2006-07 season.

0 — The least winning season belongs to both Evarts and Oneida Baptist. Of course, Evarts only had three losing seasons compared to Oneida Baptist’s seven (didn’t have a team in 2011-12).

7 — The number of teams that haven’t had one season of at least 20 wins. Those teams are — Harlan, Red Bird, Oneida Baptist, Whitley County, Evarts, Williamsburg and Lynn Camp.

26 — The most losses in a season. Whitley County posted a 5-26 mark during the 2011-12 season.

.759 — Best winning percentage goes to the Corbin Redhounds, who have went 189-60 during the eight-year time span. Clay County was second with a .696 mark (177-77).

.123 — Worst winning percentage goes to Evarts, who went a combined 9-64 during the three years the Wildcats participated. Oneida Baptist came close with a .280 mark (42-108).

189 — Most wins goes to the Corbin Redhounds.

9 — Least wins goes to Evarts and close behind was Oneida Baptist with 42.

Now it’s time to see, which districts have had success in regional tournament play since the realignment.

5 — The 50th District leads the way with five 13th Region titles while the 49th District has two, 52nd District has one and the 51st District has zero.

0 — The 51st District has the least amount of 13th Region championships.

24 — The 50th District has a combined total of 24 wins in 13th Region Tournament play, which ranks first. The 50th District is 24-11, the 49th District follows with a 16-14 mark while the 52nd District is 9-15 and the 51st District is 7-16.

7 — The 51st District has the fewest 13th Region Tournament wins with seven.

12 — Both South Laurel (12-4) and Corbin (12-6) lead the way with the most 13th Region Tournament wins.

3 — Most 13th Region Tournament champions is South Laurel. Corbin isn’t far behind with two.

4 — Number of teams that have participated in the 13th Region Tournament, but haven’t won a game (Cawood, Jackson County, Red Bird and Whitley County). Each team is 0-1 in 13th Region Tournament play.

4 — Number of teams that haven’t participated in the 13th Region Tournament (Evarts, Harlan, Oneida Baptist and Williamsburg).

Girls by the numbers

1 — Clay County is the only team that has never had a losing season since the new realignment. Corbin ranks second with seven winning seasons.

8 – Clay County leads the way with the most 20-plus winning seasons. The most the Lady Tigers have had during a season came during the 2006-07 and 2011-12 seasons with 31.

31 — The most wins by a team in a season belongs to Clay County. The Lady Tigers accomplished the feat twice (2006-07 and 2011-12).

0 — The least winning seasons belong to Evarts.

7 — The number of teams that haven’t had one season of at least 20 wins. Those teams are — Cawood, Cumberland, Evarts, Jackson County, Oneida Baptist, Pineville and Williamsburg.

26 — The most losses in a season. Williamsburg posted a 5-26 mark this season while North Laurel turned in a 6-26 effort.

.806 — Best winning percentage goes to the Clay County Lady Tigers, who have went 221-53 during the eight-year time span. Harlan County is second with a .736 mark (112-40).

.208 — Worst winning percentage goes to Oneida Baptist, who went a combined 36-137. Evarts came close with a .267 mark (19-52).

221 — Most wins goes to the Clay County Lady Tigers.

19 — Least wins goes to Evarts and close behind was Oneida Baptist with 36.

Now it’s time to see, which districts have had success in regional tournament play since the realignment.

6 — The 49th District leads the way with six 13th Region titles while the 50th District has two.

0 — The 51st and 52nd Districts has the least amount of 13th Region championships.

23 — The 49th District has a combined total of 23 wins in 13th Region Tournament play, which ranks first. The 50th District is 18-14, the 52nd District follows with a 15-16 mark while the 51st District is 0-16.

0 — The 51st District has the fewest 13th Region Tournament wins with zero.

20 — Clay County (20-2) leads the way with the most 13th Region Tournament wins while South Laurel is second (10).

6 — Most 13th Region Tournament championships is Clay County.

5 — Number of teams that have participated in the 13th Region Tournament, but haven’t won a game. Barbourville (0-4), Cawood (0-1),  Knox Central (0-5), Lynn Camp (0-3) and Pineville (0-4).

4 — Number of teams that haven’t participated in the 13th Region Tournament (Evarts, Oneida Baptist, Red Bird  and Williamsburg).

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