Tuesday night High School Hoops action

A couple Lexington-area teams hosting big-time match-ups

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LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) – A couple games in the Lexington area put four teams all with legit records against each other.
In Georgetown, Scott County hosting Bourbon County.
In Lexington, Tates Creek hosting George Rogers Clark. A
BC 36’s Bryan Kennedy has highlights from both games in the video above.
Scores from around the state are below.

BOYS BASKETBALL

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Ashland Blazer 68, East Carter 43

Augusta 73, Manchester, Ohio 41

Barbourville 76, Jellico, Tenn. 74

Bardstown 85, Washington Co. 35

Beechwood 52, Campbell Co. 47

Belfry 80, Prestonsburg 66

Bishop Brossart 68, Scott 50

Bourbon Co. 88, Scott Co. 79

Bowling Green 84, Franklin-Simpson 57

Breckinridge Co. 78, Lou. Christian Academy 75

Bullitt Central 55, Lou. Iroquois 52

Bullitt East 80, Lou. Moore 65

Calvary Christian 74, Heritage Christian Academy 39

Casey Co. 64, Danville Christian 57

Cin. St. Xavier, Ohio 55, Cov. Catholic 49

Clay Co. 76, North Laurel 67

Conner 81, Cov. Holy Cross 62

Cumberland Co. 63, Todd Co. Central 60

East Ridge 75, Jenkins 42

Elizabethtown 92, North Hardin 69

Estill Co. 69, Wolfe Co. 56

Frankfort 82, Frankfort Christian 25

Great Crossing 62, Western Hills 56

Green Co. 55, Nelson Co. 46

Greenup Co. 79, Bath Co. 63

Greenwood 72, Allen Co.-Scottsville 68

Harrison Co. 46, Powell Co. 41

Hazard 68, Breathitt Co. 64

Henderson Co. 57, Daviess Co. 41

Henry Co. 68, Gallatin Co. 56

Highlands 81, Newport Central Catholic 77

LaRue Co. 62, Glasgow 39

Lawrence Co. 79, Lewis Co. 57

Leslie Co. 76, Letcher County Central 74

Lex. Christian 66, Madison Southern 65

Lex. Paul Dunbar 51, Lex. Lafayette 45

Lex. Tates Creek 65, George Rogers Clark 59

Lincoln Co. 65, McCreary Central 59

Lloyd Memorial 64, Dixie Heights 59

Lou. Ballard 105, Lou. Ky. Country Day 69

Lou. Butler 61, Lou. Central 24

Lou. Collegiate 52, Bethlehem 37

Lou. Doss 78, Lou. Fairdale 54

Lou. Eastern 47, Lou. St. Xavier 45

Lou. Male 81, Collins 77

Lou. Seneca 80, Lou. Brown 36

Lou. Shawnee 68, Evangel Christian 31

Lou. Trinity 69, Lou. Atherton 42

Lou. Waggener 72, North Oldham 60

Ludlow 76, Bellevue 43

Mason Co. 72, Paris 59

McCracken County 81, Carlisle Co. 55

Meade Co. 72, Whitesville Trinity 60

Mercer Co. 77, Burgin 40

Middlesboro 59, Harlan Co. 55

Model 56, Rockcastle Co. 48

Muhlenberg County 71, Butler Co. 65

North Bullitt 60, Grayson Co. 47

Ohio Co. 77, Central Hardin 69

Oldham County 79, Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park 73

Owen Co. 41, Eminence 37

Owensboro Catholic 45, Christian Co. 42

Paducah Tilghman 70, Mayfield 66

Phelps 61, River View, W.Va. 59

Rowan Co. 54, Russell 38

Russellville 58, Fort Campbell 53

Somerset 72, Pulaski Co. 52

South Laurel 66, Corbin 44

Spencer Co. 75, Trimble Co. 53

Taylor Co. 57, Adair Co. 48

Warren Central 79, South Warren 74

Wayne Co. 56, Knox Central 53

Webster Co. 75, Caldwell Co. 71

West Jessamine 70, Shelby Co. 57

Whitefield Academy 83, Lou. St. Francis 75

Williamsburg 81, Whitley Co. 65

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Barren Co. 70, Logan Co. 60

Bell Co. 68, Barbourville 52

Betsy Layne 47, Magoffin Co. 38

Bowling Green 63, Glasgow 43

Buckhorn 50, Lee Co. 39

Caldwell Co. 72, Dawson Springs 41

Calloway Co. 62, Paducah Tilghman 42

Christian Co. 68, University Heights 38

Edmonson Co. 61, Metcalfe Co. 53

Estill Co. 61, Model 41

Franklin Co. 65, Berea 23

Franklin-Simpson 55, Cumberland Co. 39

Frederick Fraize 54, Cannelton, Ind. 46

Garrard Co. 47, Frankfort 46

Graves Co. 88, Livingston Central 28

Grayson Co. 61, Thomas Nelson 57

Green Co. 65, Nelson Co. 47

Harlan Co. 67, Middlesboro 39

Henderson Co. 67, Hopkinsville 31

Ironton St. Joseph, Ohio 54, Rose Hill Christian 34

John Hardin 75, Fort Knox 47

Johnson Central 63, Prestonsburg 49

Knott Co. Central 71, Leslie Co. 54

Lawrence Co. 61, Paintsville 50

Lewis Co. 50, Raceland 47

Lex. Bryan Station 53, Lex. Christian 42

Lex. Paul Dunbar 57, Lex. Lafayette 23

Lex. Sayre 54, Burgin 21

Lloyd Memorial 83, Dixie Heights 39

Lou. Brown 50, Lou. Seneca 25

Lou. Fairdale 45, Lou. Doss 32

Lou. Ky. Country Day 48, Lou. Southern 23

Lou. Portland Christian 56, Lou. Waggener 52

Lou. St. Francis 42, Whitefield Academy 41

Madison Central 45, Lexington Catholic 43

Marion Co. 57, Meade Co. 51

Martin County 62, Pike Co. Central 56

Mason Co. 72, Nicholas Co. 47

Mayfield 53, Christian Fellowship 27

McCracken County 76, Carlisle Co. 25

McLean Co. 56, Whitesville Trinity 44

Menifee Co. 60, Fleming Co. 56

Mercer Co. 75, West Jessamine 39

Muhlenberg County 52, Owensboro Catholic 46

Newport Central Catholic 50, Highlands 47

North Laurel 81, Clay Co. 55

Oldham County 56, Lex. Tates Creek 45

Owen Co. 60, Carroll Co. 30

Russell 77, Boyd Co. 73

Scott Co. 81, Lex. Henry Clay 52

Somerset 46, Pulaski Co. 44

South Fulton, Tenn. 31, Fulton City 19

South Laurel 80, Corbin 45

Spencer Co. 55, Shelby Co. 31

St. Henry 51, Bishop Brossart 40

Warren Central 46, South Warren 44

Williamsburg 71, Whitley Co. 62

Louisville Invitational Tournament

Lou. Assumption 43, Lou. Male 25

Lou. Butler 60, Lou. Eastern 19

Lou. Central 62, Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park 59

Lou. DuPont Manual 65, Lou. Ballard 33

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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