HS hoops highlights & scores (2-28-18)


LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – The boys 11th region tournament did not disappoint Wednesday night in Richmond.  Check out the video to see highlights from Madison Central’s 73-64 triple overtime victory over Bryan Station.

You can also see LCA’s 88-58 victory over Frankfort.

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See scores from across the state below.


1st Region


Mayfield 82, Fulton Co. 59

McCracken County 55, Murray 33

2nd Region


Christian Co. 68, Madisonville-North Hopkins 45

Henderson Co. 63, Lyon Co. 51

3rd region


Ohio Co. 53, Edmonson Co. 52



Apollo 76, Meade Co. 59

4th Region


Bowling Green 78, Clinton Co. 52

Todd Co. Central 65, Monroe Co. 63

5th Region


Campbellsville 57, Bardstown 55

John Hardin 88, Caverna 53

8th Region


Anderson Co. 58, Henry Co. 45

South Oldham 65, Walton-Verona 59

9th Region


Cov. Holy Cross 55, Newport 54

Dixie Heights 77, Ryle 51

10th Region


Campbell Co. 70, Harrison Co. 60

George Rogers Clark 72, Bracken Co. 51

11th Region


Lex. Christian 88, Frankfort 58

Madison Central 73, Lex. Bryan Station 64

12th Region


Pulaski Co. 90, West Jessamine 83

Southwestern 62, Boyle Co. 60

13th Region


Corbin 67, Jackson Co. 47

Knox Central 86, Harlan 54

14th Region


Cordia 62, Hazard 49

Estill Co. 66, Wolfe Co. 57

15th Region


Belfry 65, Shelby Valley 62

Johnson Central 76, Prestonsburg 65

16th Region


Ashland Blazer 53, Morgan Co. 51

Raceland 43, Bath Co. 38, OT


6th Region


Lou. Mercy 47, Lou. Butler 32

North Bullitt 56, Lou. Doss 22


Some high school basketball scores provided by Scorestream.com, https://scorestream.com/

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