HS hoops highlights & scores (2-25-18)

Girl's 11th region tournament tips off in Richmond

RICHMOND, Ky (WTVQ) – It is officially win or go home time.

Region tournaments tipping off across Kentucky on Monday night.

Right down the road at EKU, the Girl’s 11th Region Tournament got started.

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Scott County got things going against Madison Southern then Woodford County took on Dunbar in the nightcap.

Check out the video for highlights.

Other scores across the state are below.



1st Region


Calloway Co. 67, McCracken County 53

Graves Co. 78, Hickman Co. 9

2nd Region


Hopkinsville 75, Crittenden Co. 40

Webster Co. 65, Dawson Springs 21

3rd Region


Breckenridge County 55, Grayson Co. 50

Owensboro Catholic 49, McLean Co. 26

4th Region


Bowling Green 58, Barren Co. 43

Logan Co. 69, Metcalfe Co. 57

5th Region


Elizabethtown 57, LaRue Co. 35

Nelson Co. 54, Campbellsville 29

6th Region


Lou. Butler 63, Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park 26

Lou. Doss 50, Lou. Holy Cross 44

Lou. Mercy 76, Lou. Moore 47

North Bullitt 59, Bullitt East 46

7th Region


Lou. DuPont Manual 64, Lou. Assumption 31

Lou. Eastern 82, Lou. Waggener 30

Lou. Male 73, Lou. Ballard 37

Lou. Sacred Heart 88, Lou. Central 39

8th Region


Conner 54, Highlands 46

Oldham Co. 71, Gallatin Co. 43

Simon Kenton 58, Spencer Co. 40

9th Region


Holmes 51, St. Henry 37

10th Region


Campbell Co. 98, Bracken Co. 20

George Rogers Clark 69, Nicholas Co. 36

11th Region


Lex. Paul Dunbar 53, Woodford Co. 51

Scott Co. 84, Madison Southern 45

12th Region


Casey Co. 65, Boyle Co. 47

Southwestern 72, West Jessamine 34

13th Region


Harlan Co. 59, Pineville 42

South Laurel 62, Jackson Co. 37

14th Region


Hazard 62, Letcher County Central 58

Lee Co. 74, Jackson City 45

15th Region


Johnson Central 82, Lawrence Co. 49

Shelby Valley 36, Belfry 24

16th Region


Ashland Blazer 63, Menifee Co. 39

West Carter 69, Greenup Co. 40

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