HS hoops highlights & scores (1-4-18)


LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Bryan Station’s 68-62 victory over Madison Central is featured in the video highlights.

See scores from across the state below.

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Bath Co. 47, Nicholas Co. 43

Bellevue 56, Ludlow 50

Beth Haven 74, Evangel Christian 53

Breckinridge Co. 69, Muhlenberg County 63

Clinton Co. 60, Pickett County, Tenn. 45

Dayton 46, Heritage Academy 27

East Carter 55, West Carter 47

Lex. Bryan Station 68, Madison Central 62

Lou. Collegiate 64, Thomas Nelson 46

Pikeville 74, Jenkins 40

Pineville 69, Thomas Walker, Va. 54

Robertson County 92, St. Patrick 64

Whitefield Academy 51, Lou. St. Francis 50

Mustang Madness
McCracken County 61, Christian Co. 44

Letcher County Central vs. Leslie Co., ppd. to Jan 11.

Ashland Blazer 67, Greenup Co. 28

Boyd Co. 89, Fleming Co. 42

Caldwell Co. 50, Dawson Springs 36

Calvary Christian 47, Silver Grove 15

Conner 63, Boone Co. 57

Elizabethtown 80, Adair Co. 42

Franklin Co. 56, Lex. Henry Clay 48

Hancock Co. 55, Cannelton, Ind. 29

Hazard 75, Powell Co. 55

Highlands 55, Walton-Verona 44

John Hardin 51, Central Hardin 45

Lex. Lafayette 71, Lex. Paul Dunbar 50

Lou. Portland Christian 43, Ky. School for the Deaf 20

Montgomery Co. 73, Bracken Co. 62

Murray 58, Ballard Memorial 21

Nicholas Co. 45, Estill Co. 40

Pineville 53, Thomas Walker, Va. 30

Thomas Nelson 74, Lou. Collegiate 24

Whitefield Academy 72, Lou. St. Francis 47

Jackson Co. vs. Leslie Co., ccd.

Rowan Co. vs. Menifee Co., ccd.

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