HS hoops highlights & scores (12-4-15)

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Alex Risen breaks down the action from Lafayette at Madison Central after the Indians dedicated their home court to head coach Allen Feldhaus Jr.

Henry Clay’s big win behind Paul Price’s game-high 26 points (17 in the third quarter) is also highlighted.

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Scores from across the Commonwealth are below.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Allen Central 61, Betsy Layne 58, OT
Anderson Co. 63, East Jessamine 51
Augusta 61, Bourbon Co. 53
Ballard Memorial 60, Fulton City 39
Barbourville 86, Oneida Baptist 56
Bardstown 67, Adair Co. 59
Barren Co. 72, South Warren 52
Beechwood 49, Williamstown 47
Berea 80, Lou. Brown 45
Beth Haven 71, Washington Co. 68
Boyd Co. 73, Ashland Blazer 58
Boyle Co. 59, Spencer Co. 52
Breckinridge Co. 70, Frederick Fraize 25
Bullitt Central 62, Bethlehem 51
Bullitt East 85, Collins 48
Calvary Christian 51, Burgin 50
Campbell Co. 61, Harrison Co. 53
Campbellsville 53, Cumberland Co. 43
Caverna 94, Hart Co. 86, 2OT
Cin. Moeller, Ohio 59, Ryle 43
Corbin 64, Powell Co. 21
Cov. Catholic 81, Ludlow 45
Cov. Holy Cross 59, Lloyd Memorial 40
Cumberland Gap, Tenn. 59, Bell Co. 56
Daviess Co. 53, Owensboro 52
Dayton 54, Robertson County 42
Frankfort 55, Garrard Co. 39
Franklin-Simpson 62, Clinton Co. 50
Grant Co. 71, Boone Co. 56
Grayson Co. 50, Muhlenberg County 47
Greenup Co. 80, Russell 72
Greenwood 75, Glasgow 61
Henry Co. 65, Western Hills 60
Holmes 64, St. Henry 52
Lee Co. 66, Red Bird 55
Letcher County Central 106, Jackson City 86
Lex. Henry Clay 84, Lex. Tates Creek 52
Lex. Lafayette 72, Madison Central 56
Lincoln Co. 61, Rockcastle Co. 45
Lou. Eastern 65, Lou. Central 53
Lou. Fern Creek 76, Lou. Doss 64
Lou. Iroquois 84, Lou. Jeffersontown 68
Lou. Ky. Country Day 72, Lou. Seneca 55
Lou. Male 62, Lou. Atherton 31
Lou. Moore 72, Lou. Valley 71, OT
Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park 78, Lou. Western 55
Lou. Southern 63, Lou. Fairdale 59
Lou. Waggener 73, Lou. Shawnee 49
Lynn Camp 77, Williamsburg 51
Lyon Co. 60, Livingston Central 39
McCracken County 79, Dongola, Ill. 41
McCreary Central 84, Middlesboro 50
Meade Co. 64, Owensboro Catholic 45
Mercer Co. 52, South Laurel 51
Morgan Co. 65, Raceland 45
Murray 74, Henry County, Tenn. 47
North Bullitt 83, Nelson Co. 53
North Hardin 72, Fort Knox 25
North Laurel 74, Pike Co. Central 53
Perry Co. Central 62, Hazard 48
Rose Hill Christian 57, Villa Madonna 46
Russell Co. 62, Marion Co. 47
S.C. School for the Deaf & Blind, S.C. 43, Ky. School for the Deaf 40
Scott Co. 78, Pendleton Co. 66
Shelby Valley 74, Jenkins 27
Simon Kenton 80, Mason Co. 55
Southwestern 63, Apollo 50
St. Patrick 58, Cov. Latin 32
Trigg Co. 71, Crittenden Co. 34
Union Co. 81, Calhoun, Ill. 58
Warren Central 60, Henderson Co. 59
Wayne Co. 70, Whitley Co. 50
Webster Co. 79, Hopkins Co. Central 47
West Creek, Tenn. 63, Calloway Co. 46
Wolfe Co. 73, Estill Co. 70

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Ballard Memorial 47, Fulton City 44
Barbourville 48, Thomas Walker, Va. 25
Barren Co. 72, South Warren 52
Bell Co. 58, Cumberland Gap, Tenn. 30
Betsy Layne 55, Allen Central 28
Boone Co. 69, Grant Co. 50
Breathitt Co. 47, Riverside Christian 27
Breckinridge Co. 76, Frederick Fraize 16
Buckhorn 59, Oneida Baptist 56
Campbell Co. 63, Bourbon Co. 34
Caverna 62, Hart Co. 58
Christian Co. 67, Caldwell Co. 64
Christian Fellowship 39, Lou. Portland Christian 35
Collins 49, Owen Co. 46
Conner 68, Beechwood 51
Cov. Holy Cross 59, Lex. Tates Creek 28
Cumberland Co. 37, Campbellsville 33
Danville 60, Burgin 18
Daviess Co. 64, Owensboro 31
Dayton 55, Calvary Christian 19
Elizabethtown 70, Marion Co. 28
Ev. Central, Ind. 78, Owensboro Catholic 60
Gallatin Co. 53, North Oldham 42
George Rogers Clark 67, Paris 24
Glasgow 73, Greenwood 44
Henderson Co. 52, Apollo 24
Hickman Co. 43, St. Mary 36
Jackson City 47, Letcher County Central 33
Jackson Co. 49, Williamsburg 39
Jenkins 59, June Buchanan 55
Johnson Central 73, East Ridge 49
Ky. School for the Deaf 43, S.C. School for the Deaf & Blind, S.C. 28
Lex. Henry Clay 46, Lexington Catholic 30
Lincoln Co. 87, Rockcastle Co. 68
Logan Co. 60, Todd Co. Central 44
Lou. Assumption 74, Lou. Presentation 55
Lou. Eastern 64, Lou. Central 53
Lou. Fairdale 83, Lou. Southern 58
Lou. Fern Creek 72, Lou. Doss 51
Lou. Jeffersontown 63, Lou. Iroquois 13
Lou. Male 71, Lou. Atherton 14
Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park 64, Lou. Western 23
Lou. Seneca 36, Lou. Brown 23
Lou. Shawnee 54, Lou. Waggener 39
Lou. Valley 50, Lou. Moore 30
Lyon Co. 45, Livingston Central 35
Madisonville-North Hopkins 55, Fairfield, Ill. 19
Mayfield 51, Community Christian (Paducah) 17
McCracken County 68, Dongola, Ill. 38
Meade Co. 59, Lou. Collegiate 26
Muhlenberg County 53, Hancock Co. 33
Murray 71, Henry County, Tenn. 66, OT
Prestonsburg 67, Lawrence Co. 56
Scott Co. 67, Madison Southern 66
Sheldon Clark 58, Lex. Christian 52
South Floyd 58, Pike Co. Central 56
St. Henry 59, Pendleton Co. 23
Thomas Nelson 68, East Jessamine 66
Trimble Co. 67, Carroll Co. 49
Wayne Co. 78, Casey Co. 55
West Jessamine 66, Lou. Ky. Country Day 30

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Alex Risen joined the ABC 36 News team in October of 2011 as ABC 36’s Weekend Sports Anchor/ Sports Reporter. Alex can also be seen Friday nights co-anchoring the Highschool Highlight Reel. Alex started out in the broadcast business while still in college at the University of Kentucky, heading up the school’s daily student news network as the Sports Director. He made his commercial televsion debut in May of 2011 while at WYMT in Hazard, Kentucky as co-host of a weekly, half-hour high school sports program previewing area schools’ games on Friday nights and as a morning sports anchor. Alex has also spent time as an intern at ESPN in the Statistics and Analysis department, as a production assistant for NBC Sports horse racing and Sunday Night Football productions, and as an intern for WLKY in his hometown of Louisville, KY. Alex graduated from Saint Xavier High School in 2007 and earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism and Political Science from the University of Kentucky in 2010 where he graduated magna cum laude from the Honors Program. He’s excited to be covering his passion in his home state and make Central Kentucky his home for years to come. Alex can be reached at ARisen@wtvq.com