Scott Co. wins thriller over LCA to claim 11th region title


RICHMOND, Ky. (WTVQ) – It lived up to the hype and billing.  Scott County senior guard Cooper Robb nailed two late free throws and LCA had a good look at the buzzer to end a thriller at EKU as the Cards won 46-44.

Junior forward Michael Moreno added a game-high 21 points to hold off LCA’s Kyle Rode (team-high 18 points) and company.

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Check out full highlights and postgame in the video plus see scores below from across the Commonwealth as region tournaments wind down.


1st Region


Graves Co. 53, Marshall Co. 48

McCracken County 50, Mayfield 38

2nd Region


University Heights 78, Christian Co. 70

4th Region


Bowling Green 71, Todd Co. Central 44

Warren Central 75, Russell Co. 61

5th Region


John Hardin 68, Campbellsville 46

LaRue Co. 48, Adair Co. 45

7th Region


Lou. Trinity 68, Lou. Ballard 53

8th Region


Oldham Co. 57, Gallatin Co. 36

South Oldham 95, Anderson Co. 53

9th Region


Cov. Catholic 74, Dixie Heights 31

10th Region


Campbell Co. 76, George Rogers Clark 71

Scott 46, Paris 43

11th Region


Scott Co. 46, Lex. Christian 44

12th Region


Mercer Co. 80, Somerset 61

Southwestern 53, Pulaski Co. 44

13th Region


Corbin 66, South Laurel 62

14th Region


Estill Co. 61, Cordia 52, OT

Knott Co. Central 70, Perry Co. Central 43

15th Region


Johnson Central 93, Belfry 64

Pikeville 54, Paintsville 51

16th Region


Ashland Blazer 57, Raceland 48, OT

Boyd Co. 52, Rowan Co. 46

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