Ken'jah Bosley's buzzer-beater to end the first half summed up game one of teh day in the Boys Sweet 16.
Bosley finished with 19 points, six shy of the game-high 25 fellow Indian Dominique Hawkins had in front of Coach Cal, Orlando Antigua and Kenny Payne.
Madison Central went on to beat Wayne County 81-56.
The Cardinals were led by Peyton Woods' 14 points.
In game two, Holmes held off PRP 65-60. The Bulldogs will meet Madison Central on Friday at noon in the Elite Eight.
Indians head coach Allen Feldhaus felt Wayne was starting to get tired in the second quarter. That's when MCHS hit the gas and put away the Cards.
Hawkins said he was nervous when the whole team took the floor in front of thousands at Rupp Arena, but the nerves are gone and the team will be ready for Friday's quarterfinal.
Purdue, Morehead State, Western Kentucky, Louisville and Kentucky are all interested in the senior guard who just recently has picked up attention from the bigger programs.