High School Hoops Highlights & Scores (3-7-14)

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Updated: 4/28 10:06 pm
BOYS BASKETBALL
2nd Region
First Round
      Henderson Co. 84, Caldwell Co. 71
      University Heights 85, Trigg Co. 60
3rd Region
First Round
      Ohio Co. 87, Butler Co. 52
      Owensboro 72, Meade Co. 34
4th Region
First Round
      Barren Co. 68, Russell Co. 59
      Bowling Green 77, Franklin-Simpson 33
5th Region
First Round
      Bardstown 55, Adair Co. 41
      John Hardin 58, Green Co. 47
6th Region
Semifinal
      Bullitt East 54, Bullitt Central 50
      Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park 64, Lou. Doss 63
8th Region
First Round
      Oldham Co. 63, Henry Co. 32
      Simon Kenton 76, Shelby Co. 69
9th Region
First Round
      Dixie Heights 61, Conner 59
      Holmes 60, Highlands 41
10th Region
First Round
      Augusta 75, Robertson County 62
      Montgomery Co. 64, Bishop Brossart 49
11th Region
First Round
      Lex. Henry Clay 64, Lex. Lafayette 63
      Woodford Co. 82, Madison Southern 73, OT
12th Region
First Round
      Lincoln Co. 76, East Jessamine 50
      Southwestern 86, Pulaski Co. 57
13th Region
First Round
      Bell Co. 49, Barbourville 45
      Corbin 52, Jackson Co. 48
GIRLS BASKETBALL
1st Region
First Round
      Marshall Co. 57, Ballard Memorial 26
      McCracken County 55, Carlisle Co. 33
      Paducah Tilghman 76, Fulton City 16
14th Region
Semifinal
      Perry Co. Central 63, Breathitt Co. 62
      Powell Co. 70, Leslie Co. 69
15th Region
Semifinal
      Johnson Central 69, Pikeville 56
      Shelby Valley 61, Magoffin Co. 55
16th Region
Championship
      Ashland Blazer 45, East Carter 41

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