Tuesday, April 11, 2017

2016-17 Roster

23 Ty Fox 6-2 210 12
33 Caleb Boyd 6-1 165 11
 5 Malkolm Devine 5-9 185 11
 1 Leevi Dunaway 6-1 150 11
22 Tykeise Henry 5-9 180 11
12 Braden Jackson 5-10 180 11
25 Dalton Perkins 6-10 190 11
32 Jayden Steward 6-3 200 11
24 Seth Chambers 6-0 215 11
41 Brock Gilligan 5-10 145 10
 2 Jaylen Lofton 5-9 180 10
15 Ryan Mitchell 6-1 145 10
20 Xylon Frey 6-2 155 9
10 Sam Kumler 5-11 160 9
42 Jayden Riggs              9
31 Carson Brammer        9
13 Jeremiah Jones 6-0 180 8

Head Coach: Buddy Biggs
Assistant Coaches: Brian Miller, Zach Irvine, Andy Clarke, Lamont Taylor 

Thursday, March 31, 2016

2015-16 Roster

 3 Chris Dunaway 6-0 185 12
 2 Da'Rell Henry 5-7 150 12
13 Conner Sweeney 6-6 215 12
 1 Antwavon Williams 6-0 180 12
24 Darren Williams 6-6 205 12
 5 Tanner Pitakis 5-10 150 11
25 Jantzen Smith 5-7 170 11
10 Leevi Dunaway 5-9 130 10
11 Isaiah Garrison 5-10 170 10
12 Braden Jackson 5-9 185 10
15 Brevin Jones 5-11 165 10
20 Scottie Muse 5-6 140 10 
31 Dalton Perkins 6-8 190 10
32 Jayden Steward 6-3 185 10
33 Caleb Boyd 6-1 165 10
41 Payton Stewart 6-0 255 10
30 Ryan Mitchell 6-0 130 9
35 Jaylen Lofton 5-9 180 9

Head Coach: Buddy Biggs
Assistant coaches: Brian Miller, Zach Irvine, Andy Clarke

Antwavon "Pig" Williams is 23rd on Royals' All-Time Scoring List

Antwavon "Pig" Williams (class of 2016) is 23rd on the Royals' all-time scoring list with 1,036 career points. He scored 618 points his senior season. Williams scored a career-high 36 points in a win over Montgomery County.








Photo credit: Margie Appelman

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Buddy Biggs is the Royals' new coach

Buddy Biggs is the new boys basketball coach at Mason County High School. Biggs, an assistant coach for the Royals under Kelly Wells, has been the head coach at Ashland the past nine seasons. He was the head coach at Pendleton County for five seasons. His career record is 274-166. Biggs guided Pendleton County to the 2005 10th Region championship. Biggs had three 20-win seasons and won three district titles at Pendleton County, and had six 20-win seasons and won six district titles at Ashland. He was the 2005 Associated Press Kentucky Coach of the Year, the 2006 Courier-Journal Kentucky Coach of the Year and Kentucky Association of Basketball Coaches Region Coach of the Year in 2004, 2006 and 2011.
 

 

Monday, April 6, 2015

Chris O'Hearn resigns as Royals coach to become MCHS principal

After 11 seasons as the Mason County Royals' coach, Chris O'Hearn has resigned to become the principal at Mason County High School. O'Hearn guided the Royals to nine 39th district titles, four 10th Region championships, the 2008 state championship and the state final four in 2010. With a record of 260-85, O'Hearn is the second winningest coach at Mason County. He was an assistant coach at Mason County five seasons. O'Hearn's 22-year coaching career includes three seasons as the head coach at Nicholas County. He guided the Bluejackets to a 10th Region All "A" Classic title. Here is O'Hearn's season-by-season record at Mason County:
2004-05 22-9
2005-06 25-9
2006-07 28-3
2007-08 34-4
2008-09 24-7
2009-2010 25-7
2010-11 19-13
2011-12 18-14
2012-13 17-10
2013-14 21-6
2014-15 27-3

(Edited April 8, 2015)
 

Thursday, March 26, 2015

2014-15 Roster

 1  Ryan Johnson 5-7 155 Sr.
 3  Daerius Johnson 5-7 155 Sr.
12 Amani Thomas 6-1 180 Sr.
23 Dorian Henry 6-6 190 Sr.
32 Bradley Boone 6-3 210 Sr.
35 Jake O'Mara 6-4 215 Sr.
 2 Antwavon Williams 6-0 170 Jr.
13 Conner Sweeney 6-5 205 Jr.
22 Da'Rell Henry 5-9 160 Jr.
24 Darren Williams 6-5 190 Jr.
43 Dylan Waddell 6-1 170 Jr.
31 Jamison Dudley 6-0 155 So.
33 Tyrion Fox 6-1 210 So.
20 Isaiah Garrison 5-10 160 Fr.

Head Coach: Chris O'Hearn
Assistant coaches: Brad Cox, Brian Miller

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Dorian Henry is 19th on the Royals' all-time scoring list

Dorian Henry (class of 2015) is 19th on the Royals' all-time scoring list with 1,101 career points. He averaged 21 points a game and led Mason County in scoring his senior season. Henry scored a career-high 35 points vs. Holmes. He led the state in field goal percentage (71.5%) during the 2014-15 regular season. Henry was the Kentucky Association of Basketball Coaches 10th Region Player of the Year and was a finalist for Mr. Basketball. Henry had 515 career rebounds.

(Photo credit: Chris O'Hearn)