KHSAA Releases 1st Girls Basketball Stats of the Season

As most teams have played 8 or more games the Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) released their first stat report for the 2022-2023 season. The release has some familiar faces sitting a top the rankings. Below is the girls breakdown and where the ladies in the D&D Coverage area stack up.


Rachel Bush – Greenup County Photo Courtesy of KMK Photography

Scoring Leaders

With the release of the girls rankings, the dominance of Ms. Kensley Feltner across the Bluegrass shows clear. Feltner leads the state in scoring with a 27. 4 points per game. Below is the Top 5 in the D&D coverage area:

  1. Lawrence County Kensley Feltner 27.4 PPG State Ranking 1st
  2. Greenup County Rachel Bush 22.4 PPG State Ranking 6th
  3. Fleming County Ariana Adams 19.6 PPG State Ranking 12th
  4. Ashland Blazer Kenleigh Woods 18.1 PPG State Ranking 20th
  5. Ashland Blazer Ella Stellers 17.1 PPG State Ranking 23rd
Becca Wright – Johnson Central Photo Courtesy of Golden Eagle Broadcasting Network

Field Goal Percentage Leaders

Again, Feltner shows why she is a leading contender for KY Miss Basketball. The Senior is putting up impressive numbers as she ranks second in the state making an unbelievable 68.6% from the field. Below is the leaders in the D&D coverage area:

  1. Lawrence County Kensley Feltner 68.6% State Ranking 2nd
  2. Fleming County Ariana Adams 62.5% State Ranking 6th
  3. Johnson Central Becca Wright 60.4% State Ranking 8th
  4. Ashland Blazer Ella Stellars 50.5% State Ranking 34th
  5. Greenup County Rachel Bush 49.2% State Ranking 42nd
Haleigh Damron – Betsy Layne Photo Submitted

Free Throw Leaders

We discuss almost every broadcast, the easy way to increase your scoring average is making free throws and these ladies now how to do that. The Top 4 performers in the D&D area is making nearly 70% from the charity strip.

  1. Greenup County Rachel Bush 47-55 85.5% State Ranking 4th
  2. Betsy Layne Haleigh Damron 43-53 81.1% State Ranking 11th
  3. Lawrence County Kensley Feltner 45-61 73.8% State Ranking 28th
  4. Fleming County Ariana Adams 23-33 69.7% State Ranking 44th
Emily Maynard – Greenup County Photo Submitted

3 Pt Field Goal Leaders

Since the implementation of the 3 point line, more and more players are making the 3 point shot a part of their arsenal. The girls in the D&D coverage area are no different. Below is a list of our leaders:

  1. Greenup County Emily Maynard 31.1% 2.9 3Pt Made per Game State Rank 5th
  2. Johnson Central Kaylyn McKenzie 33.8 % 2.4 3Pt Made per Game State Rank 14th
  3. Montgomery Co. Allie Dillon 32.7% 2.0 3Pt Made per Game State Rank 28th
  4. Montgomery Co. Hayden Barrier 25.2 % 2.0 3Pt Made per Game State Rank 29th
  5. Prestonsburg Kylie Tackett 24% 1.8 3Pt Made per Game State Rank 39th
Celina Mullins – Prestonsburg Photo Courtesy of Stacy Compton Shannon

Rebound Leaders

Heart, Hard Work and Determination are the skills it takes to be a great rebounder. The ladies in the D&D Coverage area have those qualities. Below is the list of top rebounders:

  1. Prestonsburg Celina Mullins 10.5 RPG State Rank 10th
  2. Lawrence County Kensley Feltner 9.0 RPG State Rank 23rd
  3. Greenup County Rachel Bush 8.6 RPG State Rank 24th
  4. Bourbon County Zaida Villanueva 8.4 RPG State Rank 27th
  5. Fleming County Ameerah Jackson 8.1RPG State Rank 33rd

Congrats Ladies! We look forward to seeing each of your progress throughout the season.

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