HS hoops highlights & scores (2-8-18)

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Bryan Station wins on senior night over Tates Creek 76-52 plus Paul Laurence Dunbar plays spoiler at Henry Clay in overtime 72-70.

See highlights in the video and check out scores from across the state below.

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Allen Co.-Scottsville 50, Metcalfe Co. 45

Bath Co. 83, Augusta 47

Bellevue 68, Dayton 38

Boone Co. 74, Grant Co. 49

Boyle Co. 60, Casey Co. 42

Buckhorn 90, Red Bird 71

Calvary Christian 55, Villa Madonna 53

Central Hardin 70, South Oldham 68

Clay Co. 76, Oneida Baptist 67

Corbin 79, Whitley Co. 63

East Ridge 56, Prestonsburg 46

Fleming Co. 62, Bracken Co. 56

Fort Knox 85, Thomas Nelson 47

George Rogers Clark 70, Montgomery Co. 50

Johnson Central 60, Paintsville 55

June Buchanan 70, Riverside Christian 56

Lex. Bryan Station 76, Lex. Tates Creek 52

Lex. Paul Laurence Dunbar 72, Lex. Henry Clay 70 (OT)

Lewis Co. 83, Greenup Co. 75

Lou. Atherton 90, Whitefield Academy 46

Lou. St. Xavier 75, Lou. DuPont Manual 63

Madison Central 87, Franklin Co. 43

Magoffin Co. 63, Lawrence Co. 55

McCreary Central 70, Barbourville 58

Meade Co. 83, Hancock Co. 64

Muhlenberg County 76, Butler Co. 66

Murray 79, Hickman Co. 55

North Laurel 80, Bell Co. 69

Pike Co. Central 54, Pikeville 52

Rowan Co. 47, East Carter 46

Ryle 66, Cov. Holy Cross 58

Scott Co. 60, Woodford Co. 56

Simon Kenton 76, Williamstown 31

South Laurel 65, Williamsburg 49

Trimble Co. 62, Eminence 54

Washington Co. 69, Campbellsville 65

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Allen Co.-Scottsville 53, Metcalfe Co. 45

Ashland Blazer 67, Rowan Co. 33

Bardstown 48, Central Hardin 39

Bethlehem 54, Fort Knox 28

Boyd Co. 101, Menifee Co. 79

Bullitt Central 39, Lou. Fairdale 26

Campbellsville 53, Washington Co. 36

Carlisle Co. 44, Fulton Co. 34

Clay Co. 67, Oneida Baptist 21

Fleming Co. 68, Bracken Co. 66

Franklin Co. 58, Spencer Co. 50

Harlan Co. 56, Corbin 28

Hopkinsville 75, University Heights 36

J. Frank White Academy, Tenn. 66, Red Bird 28

June Buchanan 40, Riverside Christian 30

Lou. Central 76, Lou. Seneca 30

Madison Central 39, Rockcastle Co. 27

Madisonville-North Hopkins 47, Ohio Co. 35

Mayfield 65, Community Christian (Paducah) 45

McLean Co. 54, Whitesville Trinity 38

Nicholas Co. 59, Bourbon Co. 33

Owensboro Catholic 48, Grayson Co. 41

Phelps 70, Hurley, Va. 36

Powell Co. 62, Montgomery Co. 34

Prestonsburg 81, Magoffin Co. 65

Shelby Valley 59, Pikeville 47

South Laurel 64, Williamsburg 39

South Warren 73, Franklin-Simpson 22

Webster Co. 64, Hopkins Co. Central 17

Whitley Co. 61, Pineville 46

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