Dunbar Takes Down Lafayette

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Updated: 1/24/2013 12:10 am
E.J. Floreal had 24 points to help lead Dunbar past Lafayette in boys' basketball. In the girls' game, Sarah Cooley had 18 points and 13 rebounds for Lafayette in the win over Dunbar.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - Dunbar got 24 points and 9 rebounds from E.J. Floreal and was in control most of the way in a 77-61 win over Lafayette Wednesday night at the S.T. Roach Sports Center.

Dunbar senior Mike Smith added 18 points and was presented with a plaque prior to the game for surpassing the 2,000 point mark in his career.

In the girls' game, Sarah Cooley led the Lady Generals with 18 points and 13 rebounds in a 69-56 win over Dunbar.

Wednesday's Scores
By The Associated Press
BOYS BASKETBALL
      Bellevue 55, St. Patrick 46
      Bethlehem 66, Lou. Walden 22
      Campbell Co. 67, Harrison Co. 58
      Collins 69, Spencer Co. 48
      Cooper 59, Conner 48
      Cov. Catholic 69, Boone Co. 54
      Cov. Holy Cross 72, Frankfort 38
      Grant Co. 52, Beechwood 44
      Lex. Paul Dunbar 77, Lex. Lafayette 61
      Lou. Male 56, Lou. Eastern 42
      Newport 92, Augusta 79
      Pendleton Co. 67, Ludlow 64
      Wolfe Co. 81, Bourbon Co. 58

GIRLS BASKETBALL
      Buckhorn 53, Owsley Co. 47
      Franklin Co. 73, Lex. Tates Creek 63
      Jackson City 61, Cordia 23
      Lex. Lafayette 69, Lex. Paul Dunbar 56
      Lou. Eastern 63, Lou. Male 58
      Madison Southern 56, Lex. Sayre 40
      Newport 64, Cin. Oyler, Ohio 34
      Oldham Co. 77, North Oldham 38
      Russell 67, Elliott Co. 53
      Scott 58, Augusta 52

Touchstone Energy All "A" Classic
      Bishop Brossart 61, Murray 49
      Frankfort 45, West Carter 19
      Newport Central Catholic 58, Pineville 32
      Webster Co. 51, Lou. Collegiate 26
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