HS hoops highlights & scores (3-1-18)


LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Scott County didn’t disappoint in Richmond Thursday night.

The Cards dropped 114 points in a win over Madison Southern.

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Check out highlights of the 114-36 win over the Eagles plus Lafayette’s 51-39 victory over Woodford County in the video.

See scores from across the state below.


1st Region


Graves Co. 88, Hickman Co. 48

Marshall Co. 68, Paducah Tilghman 61

2nd Region


Union Co. 54, Crittenden Co. 42

University Heights 104, Hopkins Co. Central 74

3rd Region


Muhlenberg County 49, Grayson Co. 33

Owensboro Catholic 64, Breckinridge Co. 54

4th Region


Russell Co. 53, Franklin-Simpson 38

Warren Central 68, Glasgow 63

5th Region


Adair Co. 64, Central Hardin 52

LaRue Co. 66, Bethlehem 32

8th Region


Gallatin Co. 72, Simon Kenton 69

Oldham Co. 68, Collins 61

9th Region


Cooper 74, Newport Central Catholic 60

Cov. Catholic 64, St. Henry 21

10th Region


Paris 52, Pendleton Co. 51

Scott 55, Mason Co. 53

11th Region


Lex. Lafayette 51, Woodford Co. 39

Scott Co. 114, Madison Southern 36

12th Region


Mercer Co. 75, Danville 51

Somerset 80, Wayne Co. 62

13th Region


North Laurel 63, Lynn Camp 54

South Laurel 51, Harlan Co. 31

14th Region


Knott Co. Central 53, Breathitt Co. 35

Perry Co. Central 72, Powell Co. 53

15th Region


Paintsville 82, Floyd Central 70

Pikeville 57, Pike Co. Central 49

16th Region


Boyd Co. 52, Elliott Co. 49

Rowan Co. 40, Lewis Co. 30


7th Region


Lou. DuPont Manual 68, Lou. Eastern 50

Lou. Sacred Heart 69, Lou. Male 49


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

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