HS Hoops Highlights & Scores (2-14-17)

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Alex Risen breaks down the action from a trio of coverage area games in the video.

Featured in the video: West Jess wins 86-85 on last-second putback as PLD’s Taveion Hollingsworth becomes all-time leading scorer in Fayette County history; LCA blows out Danville and Lafayette beats Henry Clay by one at Al Prewitt Gymnasium.

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See scores from across the state below.

BOYS BASKETBALL
Apollo 70, Madisonville-North Hopkins 65

Barren Co. 73, Metcalfe Co. 42

Bath Co. 87, Fairview 83

Beechwood 61, Grant Co. 44

Belfry 72, Allen Central 60

Bowling Green 93, Russellville 74

Boyd Co. 64, Chesapeake, Ohio 61

Boyle Co. 77, Wayne Co. 72

Bracken Co. 69, Robertson County 48

Breckinridge Co. 58, Central Hardin 55

Burgin 55, Evangel Christian 53

Butler Co. 84, Frederick Fraize 46

Campbell Co. 84, Boone Co. 75

Christian Co. 82, Muhlenberg County 62

Clay Co. 80, Leslie Co. 47

Conner 60, Holmes 57

Cov. Catholic 70, Simon Kenton 59

Dawson Springs 78, Community Christian (Paducah) 50

East Ridge 86, Ambassador Christian Academy, W.Va. 53

Edmonson Co. 68, McLean Co. 35

Elliott Co. 69, Russell 47

Estill Co. 77, Owsley Co. 22

Frankfort 96, Berea 66

Franklin Co. 62, Harrison Co. 60

Greenup Co. 91, Rowan Co. 69

Greenwood 64, Monroe Co. 59

Hancock Co. 63, Cannelton, Ind. 31

Henry Co. 74, Trimble Co. 61

John Hardin 96, Meade Co. 53

LaRue Co. 58, Elizabethtown 55

Letcher County Central 64, Hazard 59

Lewis Co. 58, Augusta 52

Lexington Catholic 61, Lincoln Co. 60

Lexington Christian Academy 75, Danville 34

Lou. Butler 77, Lou. Jeffersontown 42

Lou. DeSales 74, Lou. Trinity 47

Lou. Doss 69, Lou. DuPont Manual 60

Lou. Fairdale 68, Bullitt Central 49

Lou. Fern Creek 67, Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park 52

Lou. Holy Cross 67, Lou. Ky. Country Day 52

Lou. Iroquois 79, Lou. Christian Academy 77

Lou. Portland Christian 82, Whitefield Academy 81, OT

Lou. Seneca 67, Lou. Central 56

Lou. Southern 88, Lou. Valley 85

Lou. St. Francis 60, Ky. School for the Deaf 20

Lou. Waggener 61, Lou. Male 59

Madison Southern 72, Russell Co. 43

Marshall Co. 65, Mayfield 48

Mason Co. 75, Bishop Brossart 66

Morgan Co. 66, Jackson City 50

Nelson Co. 43, North Bullitt 42

Nicholas Co. 76, Model 66

North Laurel 52, Corbin 49

North Oldham 54, Collins 42

Ohio Co. 47, Owensboro Catholic 46

Paducah Tilghman 68, Calloway Co. 53

Paintsville 55, Prestonsburg 47

Pendleton Co. 67, Bourbon Co. 48

Pineville 74, Red Bird 41

Pulaski Co. 74, Bardstown 71, OT

Rockcastle Co. 63, Whitley Co. 59

Ryle 59, St. Henry 48

Scott 55, Ludlow 51

Scott Co. 76, Lou. Eastern 35

Sheldon Clark 80, Lawrence Co. 42

Somerset 61, Garrard Co. 54

Spencer Co. 62, Bethlehem 51, OT

Taylor Co. 82, Casey Co. 75

Webster Co. 64, Caldwell Co. 54

West Carter 63, Ashland Blazer 61, OT

West Jessamine 86, Lex. Paul Dunbar 85

Williamstown 53, Owen Co. 39

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Allen Co.-Scottsville 37, Warren Central 34

Anderson Co. 57, South Oldham 31

Bardstown 61, Adair Co. 36

Barren Co. 65, Metcalfe Co. 59

Bethlehem 59, Spencer Co. 56

Boone Co. 44, Notre Dame 42

Bowling Green 68, Russellville 30

Boyd Co. 73, Russell 65

Boyle Co. 70, Madison Southern 53

Breckinridge Co. 69, Owensboro 62

Calloway Co. 70, Paducah Tilghman 49

Collins 47, Central Hardin 26

Crittenden Co. 33, Hopkins Co. Central 31

Danville 49, Wayne Co. 47

Daviess Co. 46, Union Co. 41

Dawson Springs 59, Community Christian (Paducah) 35

Edmonson Co. 54, McLean Co. 40

Estill Co. 49, Owsley Co. 47

Frankfort 66, East Jessamine 52

Franklin Co. 82, Nelson Co. 63

Franklin-Simpson 53, Warren East 35

Glasgow 55, Cumberland Co. 39

Graves Co. 67, Carlisle Co. 37

Green Co. 73, Campbellsville 33

Hancock Co. 59, Ohio Co. 35

Lou. Butler 90, Lou. Jeffersontown 13

Lou. Central 55, Lou. Seneca 18

Lou. Christian Academy 83, Lou. Iroquois 20

Lou. Eastern 72, Lou. Assumption 44

Lou. Fairdale 59, Bullitt Central 28

Lou. Fern Creek 62, Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park 56

Lou. Male 88, Lou. Waggener 27

Lou. Moore 63, Lou. Western 51

Lou. Shawnee 57, Beth Haven 27

Lou. Valley 67, Lou. Southern 59

Marion Co. 67, Caverna 43

Marshall Co. 57, Madisonville-North Hopkins 29

Meade Co. 77, Thomas Nelson 62

Monroe Co. 75, Greenwood 61

Newport 62, Cov. Latin 42

North Bullitt 46, John Hardin 44

North Oldham 48, Lou. Collegiate 27

Oldham Co. 65, Gallatin Co. 45

Pineville 46, Jackson Co. 44

Pulaski Co. 61, McCreary Central 31

Red Bird 55, Ky. School for the Deaf 35

Shelby Co. 52, Lou. Ballard 34

Shelby Valley 75, Prestonsburg 38

Somerset 53, Clinton Co. 34

South Floyd 61, Phelps 20

South Warren 78, Logan Co. 26

St. Henry 60, Williamstown 45

Washington Co. 56, Fort Knox 23

Webster Co. 63, Christian Co. 56

Williamsburg 48, Lynn Camp 39

Wolfe Co. 54, Elliott Co. 36

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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