Here are stories, stats, and scores from boys and girls high school basketball games in Louisville and across the state of Kentucky from Dec. 13, 2016.
Waggener 64, St. Xavier 54
TRINITY 87, MANUAL 54
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Shamrocks (4-1) defeated the Crimsons (1-4) in a game that got away early. Trinity’s team ball style proved to be too much for the Crimsons. The Shamrocks were led by David Johnson, who finished with 19 points. The Crimsons were led by Kenyan Jacob and Brock Cassin, both of whom had nine points.
Damon McClain 3p; David Johnson 19p; L.J. Harris 12p; Walter Johnson 8p; Justin Powell 11p; Brendan King 5p; Jay Scrubb 15p; Stan Turner 8p; Lucas Burkman 6p.
Brent Williams 6p; Jonah Gelhaus 8p; Jordan McClendon 2p; Kenyan Jacob 9p; Brock Cassin 9p; Eli Roberts 3p; T.J. Ballard 5p; Noah Hawkins 12p.
BULLITT EAST 66, PRP 62
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Junior point guard Luke Enzell could not be contained as he scored 19 points and dished out ten assists. The Chargers (3-3) outlasted the Panthers (3-2) in tight game, 66-62. Jared Osborne finished with 12 points and Derrick Donigan had nine points for the Chargers. The Panthers were led by BJ Robinson who scored a team-high 25 points.
BULLITT EAST (3-3)
Luke Ezell 19p; Conner Green 3p; Sean Johnson 6p; Jared Osborne 12p; Conner Green 8p; Noah Wilson 6p; Grant Skaggs 2p; Derrick Donigan 9p.
Bj Robinson 25p; Malik Bunzey 12p; Tre HIll 8p; Cyncer Wilson 8p; Cashawn Beasley 2p; Logan Hudson 7p.
FERN CREEK 83, MALE 57
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Fern Creek (6-0) continues its hot start to the season, pushing past traditional power Male (3-2). The Tigers opened up with a 7-0 run, and never trailed. Fern Creek shared the ball well with a total of 17 assists in the game.
Javon Davis 5p; Rasean McCauley 2p; Jeremiah Goldwair 3p; Jaeliln Ferrell 13p; Darian Clyburn 8p; Hunter McCutcheon 9p; Hogan Brownley 12p; Armani Rowan 2p; Shane Doughty 3p.
FERN CREEK (6-0)
AJ Thomas 4p; Anthony Wales 18p, 2r, 4a; Ahmad Price 12p; Daiquan Jones 5p; Clint Wickliffe 11p, 5r; Darian Childress 4p, 4r; Chance Moore 14p, 7r, 3a; Tony Rogers 11p, 6r; Jordan Coleman 2p; Tone Wales 2p.
FAIRDALE 76, EASTERN 68
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Despite falling behind 35-30 at the half, the visiting Bulldogs from Fairdale scorched the Eagles 20-8 in the third quarter and never looked back. Fairdale was led in scoring by Glenn Queen with 24 points and 8 rebounds. The Eagles were led by Braxton Johnson’s 17 points.
Glenn Queen 24p; Jay Gaddie 11p; Markelo Sullivan 2p; Ike Roby 8p; Seth Dewboys 2p; Stephen Moore 3p; Mark Sullivan 5p; Ash 18p; Jarron Gaddie 3p.
EASTERN 68 (2-2)
Sugar Wyche 13p; Jacob Robinson 7p; Jordan Lyons 3p; Braxton Johnson 18p; Trent Robinson 8p; William Clay 1p; Caleb Williams 16; Javen Rushin 3p.
JEFFERSONTOWN 90, WHITEFIELD ACADEMY 50
LOUISVILLE, KY. – Jeffersontown’s pressure defense forced ten first quarter turnovers on the way to a double-digit lead. Derius Martin’s 11 second quarter points helped the Chargers push the lead back out to a comfortable margin at halftime.
Jalen Davis 9p; Dakota White 12p; Delvonte McCloud 4p; Jaden Rodgers 15p; Dwjuan Goodman 4p; Clifton Rutledge 4p; Jalen Garnett 7p; Justin Baker 12p; DJ Smith 3p; Derius Martin 11p; Chris Trigg 3p; Carlos Foster 6p.
WHITEFIELD ACADEMY (1-3)
Trevor Nauert 2p; Taylor Cash 17p, 8r, 4a; Tyler Nauert 8p; Andrew Harrod 4p; Daniel Solomon 5p; Cody Pierson 2p; Brett Milliner 2p; Will Hedgespeth 2p; Gavin Johnson 4p; Connor Emmitt 2p; Elijah Byers 2p.
DOSS 64, BUTLER 60
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Rebounds and second-chance points played a crucial role in the Dragons (3-2) victory over the Bears (5-2). The Dragons out rebounded the Bears 40-25, and scored 25 points off second-chance rebounds in the second half of play. The Dragons also went 19-21 from the free-throw line hitting clutch shots in the final minutes. Stephan Franklin scored 25 points followed by Jaylon Hall with 14 for the Dragons. Jaquay Wales added 14 points for the Bears.
Jaquay Wales 14p; Marcus Montgomery 11p; Austin Wise 8p; Ryan Luckett 5p; Kel Shawn Mozee 11p; Maurice Tolley 4p; Solomon Pennix 2p; Devin Pendergrass 1p; Frank Bentley 2p; Michael Burns 2p.
Jaylon Hall 14p; Stephan Franklin 25p; Cameron Maddox 7p; Shawnkel Knight-Goff 8p; Terez Traynor 3p; Zha Cobi Stokes 2p; Jeremiah Boyd 3p; DeRon Washington 1p; Meith Reclow 2p.
CENTRAL 64, PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 29
LOUISVILLE, Ky.- The YellowJackets (2-2) toppled the Eagles (2-5), 64-29, as they were led by Devin Firman and Josh Watkins, who both scored 12 points. Central started out on fire as they led 24-0 after the first quarter of play. Keller Mackey led the Eagles with 17 points in the defeat.
PORTLAND CHRISTIAN (2-5)
Isaiah Young 7p; Keller Mackey 17p; Brandon Ferry 3p; Terry Niestadt 2p.
Andrew Crittenden 10p; Devin Firman 12p; Korey Johnson 6p; Deron Douglass 2p; James Simpson 2p; Joshua Black 2p; Michael Romaine 3p; Eric Rice 3p; Josh Watkins 12p; Antwan Thompson 10p; Ukari Baker 2p.
CAL 70, KCD 44
CHRISTIAN ACADEMY (2-2)
Milton Wright 5p; Jeff Patterson 2p; KC Purvis 15p; Matt Duval 5p; Parker Jones 15p; Cam Marshall 5p; Wyatt Allison 7p; Austin Carr 4p; Clay Evans 2p; MIchael Woodard 9p.
Solomon Mathis 6p; JR Mathis 18p; Hayden Krouse 9p; Grant Carjna 2p; Will Cox 2p; Justin Grisson 1p; Cedric Cosby 2p; Conner Widman 4p.
COLLINS 59, MADISON CENTRAL 53
SHELBYVILLE, Ky. – With eight ties and five lead changes, the Titans (4-2) edged the Indians (3-3), 59-53. Nick Fort put up 23 points and shot 58 percent from the field to lead the Titans. Charlie Cochran also had a strong performance as he grabbed seven rebounds and scored 17 points. Isaiah Cozart and Kenyon McKee both had ten points for the Indians.
MADISON CENTRAL (3-3)
KJ Long 5p; Michael Roberts 4p; Dustin Gerald 8p; Blake Muntz 9p; Isaiah Cozart 10p; Kenyon McKee 10p.
Jacob Feltner 2p; Nick Fort 23p; Dayvion Mcknight 6p; Charlie Cochran 17p; Dominique Turner 9p; Sam Kiser 2p.
VALLEY 68, HOLY CROSS 54
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Vikings (6-1) defeated the Cougars (2-3). The Vikings were led by Tre Anderson who scored 18 points as the Vikings moved to 6-1 on the young season.
Cameron Wilson 8p; Eric George 5p; Tre Anderson 18p; Curt Lewis 2p; Ray Evans 19p; Jaylen Smith 6p; Xavier Johnson 9p; Dawann Billups 1p.
Cade Crawley 1p; DeShawn Ellis 5p; Hunter Adams 4p; Sam Bearden 3p; Chase Phillips 3p; Cooper Scott 11p; Ethan Short 7p; Max Bearden 11p; Ethan Driskell 6p; Keeton Thornsberry 3p.
SOUTHERN 106, BULLITT CENTRAL 67
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Trojans (1-4) controlled the game from the start as their full-court press made life difficult for the Cougars (1-5). Charles Wilson finished with a game-high 28 points and five assists, while Kendall Jones scored 10 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for a double-double. Tyler Tatum, a freshman, scored 12 points and had eight rebounds in the defeat.
Dan Black 7p, 8a; Charles Wilson 28p, 5a; Hamby 14p; Collier 6p; Jackson 6p; Kalakon 2p; Mathis 2p; Johnson 2p; Cancel 4p; Matthew Jones 21p; Reidel 4p; Kendall Jones 10p, 12r
BULLITT CENTRAL (1-5)
Jake Mann 5p; Tae Higdon 12p, 3a; Aiden Terry 3p; Danny Goldsmith 9p; Jax Lester 2p; Trey Kearney 5p; Chander Ocasio 1p; Tyler Tatum 12p, 8r; Creason 2p; Tanner Hazlett 8p; Austin Lewis 8p
IROQUOIS 74, NORTH BULLITT 59
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Raiders (3-3) pulled to .500 tonight against the Eagles (3-3). Iroquois pulled away in the second half. The Raiders’ defense was exceptional forcing 28 turnovers. They also shared the ball combining for a team total 18 assists. Brendan Holt led the Eagles with 19 points.
T.C. Wright 5p; Damon Richardson 11p; TreSaun Edwards 11p; Davarrio Martin 23p; Demetris Booth 2p; Keelan Kennedy 17p; Kalon Howard 5p.
NORTH BULLITT (3-3)
Peyton Luttrell 15p; Brendan Holt 19p; Dillon Ing 9p; Logan Steinmacher 12p; Nate Johnson 2p; Conner Hill 2p.
DESALES 71, WESTERN 51
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Warriors (2-3) entered the second half up four points over the Colts (5-1). The game appeared to be a grind-it-out game for both teams but Jackson Burgess and the DeSales offense hit a groove in the fourth quarter, outscoring its opponent 35-17 behind Burgess’s 15 fourth quarter points.
Austin Black 16p; Dalton Kelly 6p; Keegan Brewer 8p; Jackson Burgess 22p; Sam Weining 4p; Travis Seibert 15p.
O’Neal Swint 12p; Vitto Taylor 2p; Rusean Wright 2p; Jaelin Shannon 2p; Tyon Pearson 13p; Dajour Cameron 2p; Juvon Thompson 14p; Anthony Lewis 4p.
NORTH OLDHAM 75, ATHERTON 60
LOUISVIILLE, Ky. – The Mustangs (2-2) were able to hold off the Rebels (1-6) behind a solid performance from Zach Wheeler, who scored 23 points, and Justin Rose, who scored 17 points.
NORTH OLDHAM (2-2)
Dylan Yates 14, Justin Burton 3p; Grant Adelson 1p; Cole Fischer 4p; Zach Wheeler 23p; Justin Rose 17p; William Bonny 4p; Jeffrey McLellan 9p.
Noah Weber 4p; DeSean Johnson 2p; Flynn Calnon 2p; Krion Bentley 2p; Abe Barthelemy 5p; Ty Lauderdale 6p; Jodan Pulford 16p; Jordan Johnson 10p; Jastine Lado 8p; Josiah Price 5p.
Scores from around the state:
Adair Co. 86, Campbellsville 60
Anderson Co. 75, Danville 62
Apollo 54, Grayson Co. 44
Barbourville 71, Bell Co. 51
Bath Co. 83, Fairview 82
Bourbon Co. 65, Montgomery Co. 57
Bowling Green 66, Greenwood 59
Boyd Co. 91, West Carter 59
Calloway Co. 66, Fulton Co. 36
Campbell Co. 80, Paris 53
Carlisle Co. 60, Fulton City 59
Caverna 55, Barren Co. 49
Christian Co. 80, Owensboro 60
Cin. Moeller, Ohio 66, Cov. Catholic 51
Clay Co. 94, Oneida Baptist 77
Clinton Co. 77, Cumberland Co. 57
Cooper 81, Ryle 51
Corbin 61, South Laurel 52
Cov. Holy Cross 77, Scott 72
Daviess Co. 71, Butler Co. 65
Dayton 62, Silver Grove 46
Dixie Heights 45, Beechwood 41
East Carter 71, Lewis Co. 50
East Ridge 58, Betsy Layne 43
Elizabethtown 82, Thomas Nelson 47
Estill Co. 76, Rockcastle Co. 70
Fort Knox 56, Whitesville Trinity 51
Frankfort 66, Bishop Brossart 56
Gallatin Co. 69, Owen Co. 46
Greenup Co. 72, Ashland Blazer 68
Hancock Co. 76, Frederick Fraize 37
Hart Co. 76, Metcalfe Co. 56
Henderson Co. 67, Ev. Reitz, Ind. 65
Henry Co. 61, Carroll Co. 46
Hickman Co. 65, Ballard Memorial 49
Hopkinsville 77, University Heights 73
Johnson Central 75, Shelby Valley 49
Knott Co. Central 78, Hazard 49
Knox Central 81, Buckhorn 65
LaRue Co. 71, Edmonson Co. 46
Leslie Co. 75, Williamsburg 55
Letcher County Central 79, Belfry 58
Lex. Lafayette 74, Lex. Tates Creek 52
Lex. Paul Dunbar 66, Lex. Christian 64
Lex. Sayre 88, Berea 53
Lexington Catholic 59, Scott Co. 55
Lincoln Co. 80, West Jessamine 60
Lloyd Memorial 70, Holmes 65
Lyon Co. 50, Trigg Co. 49
Madisonville-North Hopkins 84, Hopkins Co. Central 71
Magoffin Co. 64, Allen Central 55
Marion Co. 72, Green Co. 41
Marshall Co. 67, Murray 35
Mason Co. 76, Bracken Co. 61
McCracken County 55, Mayfield 54
Meade Co. 72, Breckinridge Co. 49
Mercer Co. 82, East Jessamine 55
Model 93, Lee Co. 69
Monroe Co. 77, Russell Co. 46
Muhlenberg County 65, Ohio Co. 60
Nelson Co. 51, Washington Co. 49
Nicholas Co. 69, Fleming Co. 62
North Hardin 73, Boyle Co. 62
North Laurel 80, Whitley Co. 59
Paducah Tilghman 90, Community Christian (Paducah) 40
Perry Co. Central 84, Cordia 80
Pike Co. Central 79, June Buchanan 48
Pikeville 76, Harlan 47
Pineville 78, Jackson Co. 76
Powell Co. 92, Owsley Co. 63
Pulaski Co. 77, Garrard Co. 52
Ripley-Union-Lewis-Huntington, Ohio 61, Augusta 53
Russell 57, Morgan Co. 54
Simon Kenton 81, Conner 77, OT
Somerset 55, Casey Co. 53
Spencer Co. 67, Western Hills 44
St. Henry 62, Bellevue 45
Todd Co. Central 71, South Warren 58
Walton-Verona 81, Eminence 63
Warren Central 89, Logan Co. 50
Warren East 60, Allen Co.-Scottsville 54
Webster Co. 91, McLean Co. 70
Williamstown 74, Highlands 48
Willow Wood Symmes Valley, Ohio 64, Rose Hill Christian 43
Wolfe Co. 88, Jackson City 58
Woodford Co. 49, George Rogers Clark 45
BUTLER 92, DOSS 23
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Four players scored in double-figures to lead the Bears (5-1) over the Dragons (2-4). Butler exploded out to a 46-9 lead after the first quarter. The Bearettes pulled even with Moore atop the Region Six standings and have won five straight after losing their opener to Male.
Jamari Tillman 12p; Kemeshia Moxley 4p; Khadaizah Hellman 2p; Shacora Paige 3p; Kayla Tindall 2p.
Jabriel Kelly 10p; Breia Torrens 9p; Fontasia Jeffries 4p; Kiara Cain 11p; Doneah Marshall 8p; Jaelynn Penn 19p; Teri Goodlett 9p; Ashley Wright 5p; Molly Lockhart 10p, 5r; CaLeia Mills 7p.
MALE 88, FERN CREEK 63
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Sophomore center Cameron Browning scored 23 points as the Bulldogs (4-0) ran past the host Tigers (3-4) to stay unbeaten. Male built a double-digit cushion after one quarter, leading 21-10. Maelyn Ridener scored 13 points for Fern Creek, including a 4-of-7 clip from the 3-point line.
Ciaja Harbison 16p; Joelle Johnson 4p; Emilia Sexton 7p; Destiny Combs 4p; Derise Cox 1p; Alana Strivenson 4p; Jada Owens 2p; India Green 2p; Kyra Hogan 8p; Cameron Browning 23p; Logan Calvert 17p.
FERN CREEK (3-4)
Nsasa Makanda 14p, 6r, 1a; Maelyn Ridener 13p, 2r, 1a; Lauren Smith 1p; Ailyah Stallard 4p, 4r, 2a; Alexis Smith 19p, 7r, 1a; Sierra Hancock 4p, 3r; Nae Nae Athoba 2p; Tiana Austin 6p, 5r.
CAL 91, KCD 32
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Centurions (4-0) cruised by the Bearcats (2-5) as they remained undefeated for the season. Sarah McDonald and Summer Conti both scored 20 points each and Shelby Calhoun finished with a double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds. The Bearcats were led by senior forward Olyvia Green as she put up ten points in a losing effort.
Hayley Ice 4p; Summer Conti 20p, 3r, 11a; Emma Frank 6p, 1r; Sarah McDonald 20p, 5r, 1a; Shelby Calhoun 17p, 10r, 6a; Mia Beam 14p, 4r, 1a; Abigail Embry 2p; Riley Sexton 4p, 1r; Delaney Gardner 4p, 2r; Ashlyn Clark 3r; Kristen Piece 1r.
Meghana Manchikalapudi 1p; Kierra Scott 6p; Tia Dowling 8p; Rachel Jennings 2p; Olyvia Green 10p; Iyla Draw 2p; Maya Rao 3p.
BARDSTOWN 61, SENECA 29
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Tigers (2-2) visited the Redhawks (1-4) on Tuesday in a favorable match-up for both teams. Freshman Breanna Anthony led the Redhawks with 11 points, 16 rebounds, and 6 blocks. She was assisted by other freshman Sadaria Rucker’s 8 points. However, for all the young talent on display tonight for the Redhawks they were bruised by Bardstown’s experience. Juniors Destanie Love and Haylee Koger led the way to the unexpected rout with 21and 12 points, respectively. An eighth-grader to watch out for, Matija Yocum, chipped in an additional 11 points for the Tigers.
Jalieyah Cotton 7p; Matija Yocum 11p; Haylee Koger 12p; Allie Walsh 8p; Zanasia Paynter 2p; Destanie Love 21p.
Sadaria Rucker 8p; Daisja Trotter 4p; Breanna Anthony 11p, 16r, 6b; Marie Ninamou 6p.
NORTH OLDHAM 56, ATHERTON 35
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Mustangs (4-2) jumped out in front of the Rebels (4-3) and eventually coasted to a 21-point victory. Sophie Hale led the Mustangs with 13 points and she was assisted by Sarah Fiorito who dropped in another 11 points.
NORTH OLDHAM (4-2)
Meredith Fleming 3p; Anne Thomas-Proctor 8p; Sophie Hale 13p; Caitlyn Chen 7p; Alyssa Gordon 3p; Skylar Gillies 3p; Olivia Hinton 6p; Abby Warford 2p; Sarah Fiorito 11p.
Lauren Burks 2p; Sarah Overley 3p; Caitlyn Taylor 8p; Paige Taylor 14p; Lucy Washington 4p; Kaylyn Thompson 3p; Hailey Stone 1p.
BULLITT CENTRAL 55, SOUTHERN 52
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – In a game of between two evenly-matched teams, Sierra Graham and Bullitt Central prevailed over Davionna Sloan and the Southern Trojans. The two juniors battled until the buzzer sounded, leading their teams best they could. But Graham’s smooth-as-silk shooting from the free-throw line and 30 points helped add another win infor Bullitt Central. Davionna Sloan ended the game with 25 points for the Trojans.
BULLITT CENTRAL (4-4)
Amber Walden 7p; Sierra Graham 30p; Katlin Graham 6p; Brooke Ewing 6p; Carlie Walls 6p.
Darvionna Sloan 25p; Nia Sheckles 15p; Krystal Jackson 11p; Azaria Prescod 1p.
FAIRDALE 58, WESTERN 26
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Valeria Johnson led the Bulldogs (3-3) to a home victory over Western (0-5) with 22 points. Fairdale continuously turned the Warriors over and capitalized on their mistakes. Destany Love led Western in the defeat, scoring 16 points.
Carmen Forbes 2p; Destany Love 16p; Kelita Adams 4p; Ali Cisneros 4p.
Shanice Thomas 8p, 1a; Tyasia Brown 5p, 1a; Maria Nylund 9p, 7r, 6a; Janaesha Jefferson 6p, 2r; Valerie Johnson 22p, 2r; Peyton Allen 6p, 4r; Sheree Lattimore 2p, 3r.
HOLY CROSS 67, VALLEY 38
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Cougars (4-3) took care of business at home, defeating the Vikings (2-3), 67-38. The Cougars controlled the first half leading 36-16. Madison Turner had a strong performance for the Cougars with 12 points and eight assists. Halle Snyder led Holy Cross in scoring with 19 points. Lazhia MItchell led the Vikings with 13 points.
Serena Brumback 10p; Brooklyn Black 5p; Azeria Oliver 2p; Faith James 2p; Lazhia Mitchell 13p; Arion Holmes 6p.
HOLY CROSS (4-3)
Ally Klein 8p, 3a; Kailey Reed 2p, 8a; Lauren Shraut 6p; Halle Snyder 19p; Madison Turner 12p, 8a; Adyson Medley 2p, 4r; Amber Kaufman 4p; Katelyn Hickey 8p, 5r; Gabby Vasquez 2p, 4s; Olivia Murphy 4p, 4s.
CENTRAL 72, PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 15
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Central (3-1) rolls past Portland Christian (0-4) to win their third game in a row. The Yellow Jackets had 31 steals as a team, lead by Shamaria Stikes and Stephonie Cole with five each. Precious Hereford had a game high 19 points.
PORTLAND CHRISTIAN (0-4)
Lydia Cyrus 4p; Chloe Istre 2p; Hannah Taylor 4p; Sarah Goul 5p.
Thelisia Guin 8p; Shamaria Stikes 5p; Precious Hereford 19p, 5r, 3a; Makayla McKay 2p; Stephonie Cole 13p, 5r; Aurianna Burnett 6p; Domonique Blakely 6p; India New 7p; Jayla Johnson 4p; DeAsia Yates 2p.
SPENCER CO. 56, SHELBY CO. 45
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Specner Co. (3-2) defeated Shelby Co. (2-2) in a hard-fought district game. Shelby Co. is young and still growing. Anderson on Thursday another big district game. Trying to overcome their youth.
SPENCER CO. (3-2)
Alyssa Howie 18p; Lauren LambdIn 17p; Audrey Michels 6p; Abby Myers 5p; Chelsea Stevens 4p; Haylee Cox 4p; Emily Sibert 2p.
SHELBY CO. (2-2)
Zephaniah Gray 14p; Zoey Holland 4p; Alyssa Roberts 2p; Jenna Jones 6p; Amie Conley 15p; Asia Hardy 4p.
Scores from around the state:
Adair Co. 56, Campbellsville 49
Anderson Co. 72, Oldham Co. 47
Apollo 59, Union Co. 29
Ballard Memorial 53, Hickman Co. 42
Barren Co. 67, Caverna 39
Bishop Brossart 49, Beechwood 44
Bowling Green 78, Greenwood 52
Calloway Co. 48, Fulton Co. 31
Calvary Christian def. Heritage Christian Academy, forfeit
Carlisle Co. 64, Fulton City 35
Casey Co. 53, Somerset 44
Christian Co. 61, Owensboro 45
Clay Co. 64, Oneida Baptist 30
Clinton Co. 77, Cumberland Co. 57
Cooper 67, Boone Co. 58
Corbin 74, Madison Southern 69
Crittenden Co. 71, Dawson Springs 35
Daviess Co. 52, Logan Co. 32
Dayton 55, Silver Grove 5
Ev. Mater Dei, Ind. 52, Henderson Co. 44
Franklin Co. 77, Lex. Bryan Station 69
Franklin-Simpson 48, Edmonson Co. 30
Garrard Co. 48, Pulaski Co. 46
Green Co. 66, Marion Co. 60
Hancock Co. 51, Frederick Fraize 12
Harlan 52, Pikeville 50
Harlan Co. 81, Knox Central 29
Highlands 54, Conner 36
Highlands 63, Williamstown 46
Hopkinsville 74, University Heights 18
Knott Co. Central 81, June Buchanan 32
LaRue Co. 59, North Hardin 55
Lex. Lafayette 70, Lex. Christian 48
Ludlow 56, Villa Madonna 23
Lyon Co. 31, Trigg Co. 21
Madisonville-North Hopkins 57, Hopkins Co. Central 49
Mason Co. 69, Bracken Co. 24
McCracken County 57, Mayfield 37
Mercer Co. 79, East Jessamine 22
Metcalfe Co. 69, Hart Co. 41
Monroe Co. 67, Russell Co. 57
Muhlenberg County 56, Ohio Co. 20
Murray 65, Marshall Co. 38
Nelson Co. 69, Washington Co. 23
North Oldham 56, Lou. Atherton 35
Notre Dame 60, St. Henry 52
Paducah Tilghman 71, Community Christian (Paducah) 17
Pike Co. Central 76, Allen Central 36
Powell Co. 64, Owsley Co. 60
Rockcastle Co. 63, Estill Co. 43
Southwestern 67, Wayne Co. 59
Spencer Co. 56, Shelby Co. 45
St. Patrick 54, Cov. Latin 27
Warren Central 41, Butler Co. 35
Whitesville Trinity 47, Fort Knox 25
Willow Wood Symmes Valley, Ohio 71, Rose Hill Christian 23