HS hoops highlights and scores (3-6-18)

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – What a way to finish up region tournament action in 2018 Tuesday night.  Southwestern topped Mercer County by hitting a buzzer beater off the back iron to claim the 12th region crown.

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

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BOYS BASKETBALL

1st Region

Championship

McCracken County 42, Graves Co. 37

3rd Region

Championship

Apollo 51, Owensboro Catholic 41

4th Region

Championship

Warren Central 65, Bowling Green 53

5th Region

Championship

John Hardin 45, LaRue Co. 44

6th Region

Championship

Lou. Fern Creek 49, Lou. Jeffersontown 48

8th Region

Championship

Oldham Co. 71, South Oldham 56

10th Region

Championship

Campbell Co. 68, Scott 62

12th Region

Championship

Southwestern 48, Mercer Co. 46

14th Region

Championship

Estill Co. 44, Knott Co. Central 40

15th Region

Championship

Pikeville 52, Johnson Central 45

16th Region

Championship

Boyd Co. 54, Ashland Blazer 49

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