High School Hoops (3-1-13)

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Updated: 3/02/2013 12:14 am
BOYS BASKETBALL
1st Region
Semifinal
      Calloway Co. 39, St. Mary 37
2nd Region
Semifinal
      Hopkinsville 63, Madisonville-North Hopkins 62
3rd Region
Semifinal
      Owensboro Catholic 70, Breckinridge Co. 69, 2OT
4th Region
Semifinals
      Russell Co. 72, Russellville 69
5th Region
Semifinal
      John Hardin 74, LaRue Co. 59
8th Region
Semifinal
      Oldham Co. 79, Anderson Co. 64
      South Oldham 72, Simon Kenton 70
10th Region
Semifinal
      Montgomery Co. 69, Bishop Brossart 53
11th Region
Semifinal
      Lexington Catholic 61, Scott Co. 56, OT
      Madison Central 60, Lex. Henry Clay 56
12th Region
Semifinal
      Somerset 58, Mercer Co. 48
      Wayne Co. 67, West Jessamine 66
13th Region
Semifinal
      Clay Co. 82, Middlesboro 70
      Harlan Co. 50, North Laurel 45
14th Region
Semifinal
      Perry Co. Central 59, Cordia 57
15th Region
Semifinal
      Johnson Central 61, Pikeville 57
      Sheldon Clark 54, East Ridge 42
16th Region
Championship
      Fleming Co. 60, Rowan Co. 45
GIRLS BASKETBALL
7th Region
Semifinal
      Lou. Assumption 49, Lou. Ballard 36
9th Region
First Round
      Ryle 51, Dixie Heights 34

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