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Scout releases final top 100 for class of '09

Atlanta big man Derrick Favors claims the top spot, followed by John Wall and UK signee DeMarcus Cousins. Peyton Siva checks in at No. 38, Rakeem Buckles at No. 67.

Peyton Siva is athletic

So says his fellow blue chippers... Best athlete? Unanimous: Louisville signee Peyton Siva.

Siva, Franklin take state

Pretty sweet pic attached to the story. The Quakers came into the tournament as the prohibitive favorite to win their sixth title in program history; they flexed their muscles early with a game-clinching 21-0 run in the first quarter to take an insurmountable 23-5 lead. Franklin senior and tournament MVP Peyton Siva had 10 points, four steals, three assists and a pair of rim-rattling dunks in his last game before heading to Louisville. Freddy Wilson, a 6-foot-3 senior, had 12 points and five assists, both team highs.

Siva keeps winning

University of Louisville basketball signee Peyton Siva and his Seattle Franklin High School basketball team is still alive for a state championship. Siva had 10 points and six assists on Wednesday as Franklin decked Shadle Park 67-42 in a first-round game of the Class 3-A state tournament. Franklin, the winners of the King of the Bluegrass Holiday Classic at Fairdale, has won two states Class 4-A titles in the past six years. The Quakers are 25-1.

Siva, Franklin go down

University of Louisville signee Peyton Siva hit only 3 of 11 from the field and scored 12 points as Seattle Franklin dropped its first game of the season on Tuesday. Franklin, the King of the Bluegrass champions, lost 62-60 to Bainbridge. The Quakers had been 13-0 and ranked No. 1 in Class 3-A.

Siva's shorthanded team defeats Bulldogs 56-52

University of Louisville signee Peyton Siva thrilled the packed house with 14 points, five rebounds, three assists and one huge blocked shot to help the Quakers overcome a severe case of jet lag and beat Male 56-52 last night in the Canfield Development King of the Bluegrass Holiday Classic at Fairdale. Franklin's 26-person travel group left Seattle for Las Vegas early Wednesday morning and encountered nothing but trouble from there as a snowstorm snarled air traffic. Only eight players made it to Louisville in time for the game as the travel party had to be separated into three groups. "Man, it snowed in Vegas!" the 5-foot-11 Siva -- an obvious pick for the first travel group -- said before leaving the locker room and signing several autographs. "That caught me off-guard." Franklin (4-0), ranked No. 19 in the nation by USA Today, advanced to face Pleasure Ridge Park, which beat Madisonville 69-68, in tonight's 7:30 quarterfinal. O. J. Bell had 17 points and 11 rebounds to lead defending KOB champion Male (3-2), No. 10 in Kentucky in The Courier-Journal's preseason poll of coaches.

Franklin KOB game day changed

Travel delays for Seattle's Franklin High School have forced King of the Bluegrass Holiday Classic officials to tinker with the first-round schedule. Tournament director Lloyd Gardner said Franklin was scheduled to arrive in Louisville Wednesday night but that delays in Las Vegas will delay the team's arrival until Thursday afternoon. Therefore, Franklin's first-round game against Male originally scheduled for 7:30 Thursday night has been moved to 7:30 Friday night. The Manual-Bardstown game originally scheduled for 7:30 Friday night has been switched to 7:30 Thursday night.

Las Vegas: Day Two

Teammates Anthony Wroten Jr. and Peyton Siva didn't disappoint either. After seeing a handful of talented class of 2011 prospects on Tuesday, the trend of game-changing rookies continued on day two in Vegas with Wroten's effort. The rising sophomore punched his ticket and recorded 18 points and roughly a half dozen assists and rebounds. Siva, a 2009 Louisville pledge, added 17 points and shot the ball well in the easy victory. He's as steady as they come on the West and will be a welcomed addition for Rick Pitino next winter. The Seattle Rotary team has, however, suffered its first loss in the tournament.
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