Henry Clay, Frederick Douglass hoops win big Tuesday night

ABC 36's Bryan Kennedy has highlights from the action on the hardwood

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LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) – With high school football now in the books for the season, it’s time for a little high school hoops!
A couple of great games on Tuesday night.
Henry Clay boys hosting Bryan Station.
Marquez Warrick would get a defensive stop on the final possession of the game to lift the Blue Devils to a 64-62 victory over the Defenders.
Before that game, the Lady Blue Devils also pick up a win.
They beat the Lady Defenders, 54-36.
In the final game of the night, Frederick Douglass hosted Woodford County.
In a back-and-forth game, the Broncos would beat the Yellow Jackets, 79-73.
ABC 36’s Bryan Kennedy has highlights from these games above.
Find scores from across the state below.

BOYS BASKETBALL

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Anderson Co. 49, Rockcastle Co. 30

Ashland Blazer 76, Spring Valley, W.Va. 58

Augusta 64, Fayetteville-Perry, Ohio 45

Bardstown 97, Washington Co. 52

Belfry 89, East Ridge 73

Bellevue 77, Heritage Christian Academy 57

Bethlehem 67, Thomas Nelson 53

Bourbon Co. 77, Mason Co. 61, OT

Bowling Green 64, Glasgow 60

Boyle Co. 64, Somerset 59

Bullitt Central 64, Lou. Southern 54

Butler Co. 57, Daviess Co. 42

Campbell Co. 70, Dixie Heights 64

Carroll Co. 72, Eminence 68

Clay Co. 94, Pike Co. Central 50

Collins 71, Bullitt East 66

Conner 57, Cooper 45

Corbin 55, Middlesboro 44

Cordia 72, Perry Co. Central 69

Cov. Catholic 64, St. Henry 38

Crittenden Co. 65, Caldwell Co. 62

Elizabethtown 85, Nelson Co. 43

Estill Co. 64, Madison Southern 53

Fleming Co. 67, Menifee Co. 56

Franklin Co. 79, Frankfort Christian 11

George Rogers Clark 73, Madison Central 64

Great Crossing 60, East Jessamine 54

Hancock Co. 48, Frederick Fraize 42

Hart Co. 67, Green Co. 59

Henderson Co. 60, Apollo 58

Hopkinsville 63, Clarksville NW, Tenn. 45

John Hardin 97, Fort Knox 33

LaRue Co. 70, Caverna 42

Lewis Co. 62, East Carter 54

Lex. Henry Clay 64, Lex. Bryan Station 62

Lex. Sayre 70, Western Hills 60

Lex. Tates Creek 62, Lex. Christian 51

Lexington Catholic 62, Scott Co. 49

Lincoln Co. 56, Wayne Co. 55

Lloyd Memorial 76, Ludlow 45

Lou. Butler 72, Lou. Western 60

Lou. Collegiate 66, Lou. Brown 38

Lou. DuPont Manual 73, Lou. St. Francis 37

Lou. Eastern 67, Lou. Christian Academy 59

Lou. Fairdale 107, Beth Haven 62

Lou. Holy Cross 65, Lou. Iroquois 64, OT

Lou. Jeffersontown 60, Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park 55

Lou. Male 67, Lou. Fern Creek 61

Lou. Shawnee 97, Lou. Portland Christian 64

Lou. St. Xavier 74, Lou. Central 53

Lou. Trinity 55, Lou. Seneca 54

Lou. Waggener 76, Lou. Atherton 57

Madisonville-North Hopkins 77, Christian Co. 54

Marion Co. 58, Central Hardin 49

Marshall Co. 68, Carlisle Co. 48

Montgomery Co. 82, Paris 46

Murray 57, Graves Co. 37

Newport 79, Boone Co. 63

North Hardin 75, Warren East 44

Paintsville 61, Lawrence Co. 56

Pendleton Co. 72, Nicholas Co. 67

Prestonsburg 65, Magoffin Co. 61

Raceland 64, Elliott Co. 49

Rowan Co. 69, West Carter 54

Russell Co. 64, Greenwood 53

Scott 78, Harrison Co. 64

Simon Kenton 79, Ryle 56

South Oldham 59, Spencer Co. 55

South Warren 60, Franklin-Simpson 55

Trimble Co. 50, Owen Co. 48

Warren Central 68, Owensboro 59

West Jessamine 67, Danville 49

Williamstown 87, Villa Madonna 57

Wolfe Co. 67, Powell Co. 38

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Allen Co.-Scottsville 39, Adair Co. 34

Anderson Co. 64, Collins 28

Ballard Memorial 52, Christian Fellowship 19

Bell Co. 54, Harlan Co. 46

Bethlehem 90, Thomas Nelson 52

Bishop Brossart 55, Bourbon Co. 24

Breckinridge Co. 57, North Hardin 34

Bullitt Central 70, Lou. Southern 29

Cabell Midland, W.Va. 70, Boyd Co. 67, OT

Caldwell Co. 64, Crittenden Co. 35

Campbell Co. 57, Newport Central Catholic 50

Casey Co. 48, Southwestern 42

Castle, Ind. 44, Henderson Co. 40

Community Christian (Paducah) 34, Fulton Co. 15

Cooper 73, Holmes 28

Danville 73, Pulaski Co. 38

Elizabethtown 71, Nelson Co. 33

Fleming Co. 72, Menifee Co. 68, OT

Franklin Co. 62, Lex. Lafayette 34

Graves Co. 55, University Heights 24

Hancock Co. 53, Frederick Fraize 35

John Hardin 43, LaRue Co. 39

Lex. Paul Dunbar 66, Madison Southern 55

Lex. Tates Creek 55, Lex. Christian 47

Lou. Assumption 66, Oldham County 49

Lou. Atherton 53, Lou. Waggener 28

Lou. Butler 70, Lou. Western 13

Lou. Christian Academy 66, Lou. Eastern 44

Lou. Collegiate 47, Lou. Brown 36

Lou. DuPont Manual 57, Scott Co. 30

Lou. Fairdale 51, Beth Haven 16

Lou. Male 82, Lou. Fern Creek 31

Lou. Portland Christian 54, Lou. Shawnee 43

Lou. Sacred Heart 88, Lou. Seneca 13

Madisonville-North Hopkins 55, Christian Co. 30

Marion Co. 62, Central Hardin 38

Martin County 48, Magoffin Co. 26

McCracken County 58, Calloway Co. 45

Meade Co. 86, Grayson Co. 58

Metcalfe Co. 71, Cumberland Co. 46

Muhlenberg County 69, Owensboro 44

Murray 49, Hickman Co. 28

Nicholas Co. 68, Pendleton Co. 43

North Bullitt 61, Lou. Moore 47

Paintsville 53, Phelps 52

Paris 62, Montgomery Co. 52

Rose Hill Christian 56, Portsmouth Sciotoville, Ohio 25

South Warren 55, Franklin-Simpson 43

Spencer Co. 35, Shelby Co. 25

Trigg Co. 41, Fort Campbell 1

Walton-Verona 68, Lloyd Memorial 57

Wolfe Co. 59, Elliott Co. 38

City of Metropolis Tournament

Mayfield 31, Carbondale, Ill. 23

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Bryan Kennedy hails from the Bluegrass State. He was born and raised in Owensboro, KY where he graduated from Apollo High School in 2006. Bryan graduated from the University of Kentucky with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Spanish in 2010. He also received his master's degree in Sports Media and Branding from Western Kentucky University. While at UK, Bryan was the general manager of the on-campus TV station. He also did sports reporting, anchoring, producing and even the weather for UK Student News Network. While working for UKSNN, he also had the pleasure of covering Coach John Calipari's first press conference when he was introduced as the new head coach of the Kentucky Wildcats; easily one of his favorite moments as a young sports reporter. Before coming to ABC 36, Bryan was a morning anchor and reporter at WXXV News 25, our sister station in Gulfport, MS. He anchored more than four hours of news every day, including morning shows on NBC and Fox. While down south, Bryan had the opportunity to cover the Sugar Bowl, New Orleans Saints and the New Orleans Pelicans. After spending a little more than two years at WXXV, Bryan is extremely excited to return home. In his spare time, Bryan enjoys playing sports, especially rugby. He also enjoys crossfitting and watching sports (obviously). He's extremely excited to cover Central Kentucky. Feel free to say hello and send story ideas toBKennedy@wtvq.com