Saturday, May 17, 2014

2013-14 Roster

2 Brandon Hamm 5-11 150 Sr.
24 Lukas Greenhill 6-0 165 Sr.
42 Shawn Johnson 6-7 190 Sr.
1 Ryan Johnson 5-8 150 Jr.
3 Daireus Johnson 58 150 Jr.
5 Kamryn Caudill 5-11 160 Jr.
10 Cameron Frame 6-1 160 Jr.
12 Amani Thomas 6-1 200 Jr.
23 Dorian Henry 6-5 180 Jr.
32 Bradley Boone 6-3 230 Jr.
33 Will Griffith 510 165 Jr.
35 Jake O'Mara 6-4 210 Jr.
41 Ashton Humphrey 6-3 240 Jr. 
25 Antwavon Williams 5-10 155 So.

Head Coach: Chris O'Hearn

Assistant coaches: Brad Cox, Seth Faulkner, Chris Stapleton


Shawn Johnson is 20th on the Royals' all-time scoring list

Shawn Johnson (class of 2014) is 20th on the Royals' all-time scoring list with 1,062 points. He led Mason County in scoring his sophomore, junior and senior seasons. He scored a career-high 27 points vs. Augusta in the 2013 U.S. Bank Mike Murphy Classic and had 20 points and 23 rebounds vs. Fleming County in the final game of the 2013-14 regular season. Johnson had 807 career rebounds. He has signed to play basketball at Campbellsville University.

(Photo credit: Cheri Johnson)

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

New floor at the Mason County Fieldhouse


The original floor at the Mason County Fieldhouse was removed this summer and replaced with a new floor.
(Photo by Nathan Henderson)


Monday, August 19, 2013

2012-13 Roster

11 Alex Stahl 6-2 Sr.
15 Alazion Harrison 5-11 Sr.
22 Bryeon Gibbs 6-0 Sr.
30 Austin Tuel 5-10 Sr.
34 Steven Chambers 6-3 Sr.
2 Brandon Hamm 5-10 Jr.
13 Lukas Greenhill 6-0 Jr.
23 Daulton Mason 6-0 Jr.
42 Shawn Johnson 6-7 Jr.
1 Ryan Johnson 5-7 So.
3 Dareius Johnson 5-7 So.
5 Kamryn Caudill 5-11 So.
10 Cameron Frame 6-1 So.
12 Will Griffith 5-1 So.
20 Bradley Boone 6-3 So.
31 Ashton Humphrey 6-1 So.
33 Dorian Henry 6-3 So.
35 Jake O'Mara 6-3 So.
41 Clay Hawk 6-2 So.
45 Jimmy Thoroughman 6-1 So.

Head Coach: Chris O'Hearn

Assistant coaches: Seth Faulkner, Brad Cox, Chris Stapleton

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

2011-12 Roster

24 Connor Osborne 5-9 170 Sr.
5 Zaire Henry 5-7 160 Sr.
31 Tyler Black 6-3 210 Sr.
20 Josh Harris 6-2 190 Sr.
10 Tanner Walton 5-8 155 Sr.
3 Cody Hamm 5-9 160 Sr.
11 Alex Stahl 6-2 Jr.
34 Steven Chambers 6-3 170 Jr.
15 Alazion Harrison 5-9 Jr.
22 Bryeon Gibbs 5-10 Jr.
30 Austin Tuel 5-9 Jr.
42 Shawn Johnson 6-6 so.
13 Lukas Greenhill 6-0 So.
23 Daulton Mason 6-0 So. 
32 Tee King 5-9 155 So.
25 Carson Fearis 6-0 So.
2 Brandon Hamm 5-9 145 So.

Head Coach: Chris O'Hearn

Assistant coaches: Seth Faulkner, Brad Cox

Friday, November 9, 2012

2010-11 Roster

10 Jordan Gilbert 5-10 155 Sr.
23 Neal Pawsat 6-3 205 Sr,
35 Treg Setty 6-9 205 Sr.
41 Josh Menefee 6-3 175 Sr.
31 Tyler Black 6-2 215 Jr.
20 Josh Harris 6-1 190 Jr.
5 Zaire Henry 5-9 160 Jr.
3 Cody Hamm 5-10 160 Jr.
24 Connor Osborne 5-7 155 Jr.
1 Marcel Jackson 5-9 150 So.
30 Austin Tuel 5-10 160 So.
34 Steven Chambers 6-3 180 So. 
11 Alex Stahl 6-1 145 So.
12 Cody Staggs 6-3 175 So.
45 Bryeon Gibbs 5-10 So.

Head Coach: Chris O'Hearn
Assistant coaches: Seth Faulkner, Brad Cox

Thursday, March 31, 2011

Treg Setty is 8th on the Royals' all-time scoring list

Treg Setty is 8th on the Royals' all-time scoring list with 1,524 points. He scored a career-high 34 points vs. Campbell County his senior season. Setty played for the Kentucky All-Stars in the annual series against the Indiana All-Stars. He signed with Southern Illinois University and played in all 31 games with 10 starts as a freshman. Setty transferred to Ohio University following his freshman season. After sitting out a season, he averaged 3 points a game in the 2013-14 season. He was named Academic All-Mid-American Conference Honorable Mention.

Friday, March 26, 2010

On this date in Mason County Royals basketball history

1982: Brian Littleton hits a half-court shot to end the second quarter, but the Royals lose to Virgie 68-63 in the quarterfinal round of the state tournament and end the season with a 31-1 record.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

On this date in Mason County Royals basketball history

1982: The Royals run their record to 31-0 with a 71-63 victory over Middlesboro in the first round of the state tournament;
1987: Deron Feldhaus scores 22 points and the Royals beat Doss 68-49 in the first round of the state tournament.