Player of the Week


Pikeville High senior guard Blaine May recently became the 13th member of the prestigious 1,000 point club for his school. Blaine hit the number in a game played at the Pikeville Expo Center vs. South Floyd on Jan. 8th. Blaine has been a four year starter for the Panthers and was a member of the varsity team as an 8th grader. He was a member of the 2013 All A region championship team. Blaine plans to continue his basketball career at the next level and is receiving interest from several D-3 and NAIA schools. He is the son of former Belfry standout and assistant coach Denny Paul May.


Pikeville High senior guard Blaine May recently became the 13th member of the prestigious 1,000 point club for his school. Blaine hit the number in a game played at the Pikeville Expo Center vs. South Floyd on Jan. 8th. Blaine has been a four year starter for the Panthers and was a member of the varsity team as an 8th grader. He was a member of the 2013 All A region championship team. Blaine plans to continue his basketball career at the next level and is receiving interest from several D-3 and NAIA schools. He is the son of former Belfry standout and assistant coach Denny Paul May.

Pikeville High senior guard Blaine May recently became the 13th member of the prestigious 1,000 point club for his school. Blaine hit the number in a game played at the Pikeville Expo Center vs. South Floyd on Jan. 8th. Blaine has been a four year starter for the Panthers and was a member of the varsity team as an 8th grader. He was a member of the 2013 All A region championship team. Blaine plans to continue his basketball career at the next level and is receiving interest from several D-3 and NAIA schools. He is the son of former Belfry standout and assistant coach Denny Paul May.
http://williamsondailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_B-May.jpgPikeville High senior guard Blaine May recently became the 13th member of the prestigious 1,000 point club for his school. Blaine hit the number in a game played at the Pikeville Expo Center vs. South Floyd on Jan. 8th. Blaine has been a four year starter for the Panthers and was a member of the varsity team as an 8th grader. He was a member of the 2013 All A region championship team. Blaine plans to continue his basketball career at the next level and is receiving interest from several D-3 and NAIA schools. He is the son of former Belfry standout and assistant coach Denny Paul May.
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