HS hoops highlights & scores (1-30-18)

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – What a night it was Tuesday on the hardwood.

Henry Clay hit a buzzer-beater to beat Madison Central 65-63 at Al Prewitt Gymnasium.

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Scott County made a statement to the state by rolling Bryan Station 105-65.

See the action from those two games plus another pair in the video and see scores from across the state below.

Ashland Blazer 68, Elliott Co. 47

Bardstown 65, Bethlehem 54

Barren Co. 61, Greenwood 48

Beechwood 57, Conner 52

Bell Co. 62, Barbourville 61

Berea 49, Nicholas Co. 47

Betsy Layne 54, Phelps 49

Bishop Brossart 74, Augusta 52

Bowling Green 64, South Warren 49

Calvary Christian 59, Bellevue 47

Campbell Co. 58, Harrison Co. 48

Central Hardin 78, Fort Knox 57

Christian Co. 74, Franklin-Simpson 57

Cooper 74, Newport 48

Corbin 91, Williamsburg 52

Cov. Catholic 70, Scott 51

Danville 77, Garrard Co. 72

Daviess Co. 73, Muhlenberg County 44

Estill Co. 76, Buckhorn 65

Fairview 71, Raceland 53

Floyd Central 58, Pikeville 49

Frederick Douglass 71, Bourbon Co. 58

Fulton Co. 62, Carlisle Co. 37

George Rogers Clark 55, South Laurel 51

Graves Co. 63, Paducah Tilghman 52

Grayson Co. 59, McLean Co. 56

Green Co. 71, Nelson Co. 51

Harlan Co. 63, Middlesboro 50

Henderson Co. 61, Union Co. 54

Holmes 65, Dixie Heights 52

Hopkins Co. Central 88, Caldwell Co. 71

Hopkinsville 81, Todd Co. Central 52

Huntington, W.Va. 72, Boyd Co. 52

Jackson Co. 57, Pineville 45

John Hardin 84, Elizabethtown 81

Knott Co. Central 73, Powell Co. 57

Knox Central 87, Whitley Co. 67

LaRue Co. 76, Adair Co. 62

Lawrence Co. 57, Greenup Co. 46

Lewis Co. 54, Rowan Co. 48

Lex. Christian 76, Cov. Holy Cross 60

Lex. Henry Clay 65, Madison Central 63

Lex. Lafayette 68, Lexington Catholic 58

Lex. Sayre 55, Lex. Tates Creek 54

Lincoln Co. 77, Southwestern 72, 4OT

Lou. Ballard 76, Lou. Ky. Country Day 59

Lou. Brown 72, Burgin 37

Lou. Doss 66, Lou. DeSales 55

Lou. DuPont Manual 72, Lou. Portland Christian 36

Lou. Eastern 70, Lou. Christian Academy 51

Lou. Fairdale 92, Beth Haven 33

Lou. Fern Creek 72, Bullitt East 45

Lou. Iroquois 75, Lou. Western 57

Lou. Jeffersontown 56, Lou. Seneca 51

Lou. Southern 58, Lou. Shawnee 51

Lou. St. Xavier 67, Lou. Collegiate 40

Lou. Trinity 70, Lou. Atherton 43

Lou. Valley 59, Lou. Holy Cross 36

Lynn Camp 96, Jellico, Tenn. 59

Madison Southern 63, East Jessamine 58

Mason Co. 58, Montgomery Co. 52

Massac County, Ill. 64, Ballard Memorial 55

Mayfield 67, Calloway Co. 62, OT

McCracken County 68, Cairo, Ill. 62

Mercer Co. 86, Pulaski Co. 84

Monroe Co. 61, Glasgow 48

Morgan Co. 57, East Carter 49

Murray 50, St. Mary 32

North Laurel 73, Red Bird 34

North Oldham 56, South Oldham 51

Ohio Co. 59, Apollo 55

Oldham Co. 72, Lou. Waggener 58

Owensboro 73, Breckinridge Co. 62

Owensboro Catholic 64, Madisonville-North Hopkins 58

Owsley Co. 85, Lee Co. 51

Paintsville 56, Johnson Central 54

Paris 52, Lex. Paul Dunbar 51

Rockcastle Co. 56, Model 47

Russell 88, Bath Co. 76

Russell Co. 81, Metcalfe Co. 50

Ryle 70, Owen Co. 36

Scott Co. 105, Lex. Bryan Station 65

Shelby Co. 67, Frankfort 62

Spencer Co. 60, Carroll Co. 40

St. Patrick 87, Dayton 69

Trimble Co. 80, Evangel Christian 47

Walton-Verona 85, Williamstown 35

Warren East 83, Cumberland Co. 73

Wayne Co. 65, Casey Co. 47

Wolfe Co. 72, Jackson City 54

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Anderson Co. 65, Grant Co. 52

Bardstown 49, Bethlehem 30

Barren Co. 51, Greenwood 33

Boyd Co. 63, Teays Valley Christian, W.Va. 52

Breckinridge Co. 50, Caverna 36

Bullitt East 58, Lou. Fern Creek 47

Butler Co. 46, Daviess Co. 37

Calloway Co. 53, Mayfield 32

Carlisle Co. 49, Fulton Co. 38

Central Hardin 61, Fort Knox 18

Christian Co. 78, University Heights 36

Collins 58, West Jessamine 44

Cooper 64, Boone Co. 51

Danville 58, Garrard Co. 40

Edmonson Co. 56, Whitesville Trinity 45

Elliott Co. 66, Rose Hill Christian 33

Fleming Co. 70, Bath Co. 58

George Rogers Clark 60, Bourbon Co. 26

Graves Co. 74, Paducah Tilghman 24

Harlan Co. 68, Middlesboro 44

Henderson Co. 49, Union Co. 19

Henry Co. 53, Eminence 42

Hopkins Co. Central 47, Caldwell Co. 44

Johnson Central 44, Paintsville 40

June Buchanan 55, Oneida Baptist 49

LaRue Co. 61, Meade Co. 50

Letcher County Central 70, Cordia 20

Lex. Paul Dunbar 50, Lexington Catholic 37

Lex. Sayre 63, Whitefield Academy 54

Logan Co. 49, Apollo 46

Lou. Assumption 58, Lou. Collegiate 25

Lou. Ballard 65, Lou. Jeffersontown 56

Lou. Brown 41, Lou. Waggener 37

Lou. Central 77, Lou. St. Francis 42

Lou. DuPont Manual 91, Lou. Portland Christian 16

Lou. Eastern 71, Lou. Christian Academy 53

Lou. Holy Cross 61, Lou. Valley 28

Lou. Iroquois 51, Lou. Western 39

Lou. Ky. Country Day 52, Carroll Co. 18

Lou. Presentation 57, Lou. Shawnee 12

Lou. Sacred Heart 95, Lou. Atherton 21

Lyon Co. 39, Trigg Co. 25

McCracken County 66, Cairo, Ill. 31

McLean Co. 52, Madisonville-North Hopkins 45

Menifee Co. 59, Lee Co. 37

Monroe Co. 56, Glasgow 48

Newport Central Catholic 62, St. Henry 48

North Bullitt 74, Bullitt Central 25

North Laurel 65, Somerset 36

Owensboro Catholic 58, Allen Co.-Scottsville 46

Owsley Co. 65, Estill Co. 59, OT

Pikeville 62, Jenkins 39

Prestonsburg 73, Wolfe Co. 58

Raceland 54, Fairview 23

Russell Co. 78, Metcalfe Co. 45

South Oldham 69, North Oldham 50

South Warren 69, Bowling Green 30

Southwestern 54, Lincoln Co. 31

St. Mary 45, Christian Fellowship 9

Taylor Co. 49, Pulaski Co. 41

Thomas Nelson 62, Washington Co. 32

Warren East 51, Cumberland Co. 17

Western Hills 44, Lex. Bryan Station 37

Williamsburg 46, Corbin 27

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS
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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