Tuesday night High School Hoops

Bourbon County hosts GRC looking to snap a 34-game losing streak to the Cardinals

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LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) – There were a couple big games on Tuesday night with district implications. Bourbon County hosting George Rogers Clark and Henry Clay hosting Madison Central.
ABC 36’s Bryan Kennedy has the highlights in the video above.
Other scores from around the state are below.

BOYS BASKETBALL

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Adair Co. 75, Butler Co. 60

Allen Co.-Scottsville 56, Franklin-Simpson 55

Bardstown 107, Bethlehem 71

Barren Co. 74, Greenwood 69

Bell Co. 55, Barbourville 50

Berea 79, Nicholas Co. 61

Betsy Layne 80, Floyd Central 66

Bourbon Co. 75, George Rogers Clark 63

Bowling Green 72, South Warren 64

Boyd Co. 89, Fairview 66

Bracken Co. 80, Harrison Co. 71

Breathitt Co. 57, Estill Co. 55

Buckhorn 87, Powell Co. 42

Burgin 66, Frankfort Christian 30

Calloway Co. 63, Mayfield 56

Carlisle Co. 58, Fulton Co. 52

Central Hardin 62, Fort Knox 39

Conner 68, Beechwood 54

Cov. Catholic 74, Boone Co. 31

Danville 67, Garrard Co. 54

Dawson Springs 68, St. Mary 42

Dayton 84, Heritage Christian Academy 42

East Ridge 75, Letcher County Central 60

Franklin Co. 63, Owen Co. 37

Glasgow 63, Monroe Co. 61

Grant Co. 87, Henry Co. 65

Hazard 56, Knott Co. Central 53, OT

Highlands 68, Cin. Anderson, Ohio 53

Holmes 68, Cov. Holy Cross 66, 2OT

Jackson City 72, Lee Co. 50

John Hardin 75, Elizabethtown 72

Knox Central 88, Jackson Co. 69

Lewis Co. 71, St. Patrick 53

Lex. Henry Clay 59, Madison Central 41

Lexington Catholic 88, Lex. Lafayette 73

Lincoln Co. 63, Southwestern 43

Livingston Central 54, Christian Fellowship 49

Logan Co. 79, McLean Co. 56

Lou. Ballard 86, Lou. Christian Academy 47

Lou. Brown 63, Evangel Christian 37

Lou. Butler 77, Lou. DuPont Manual 57

Lou. DeSales 65, Lou. Western 48

Lou. Doss 83, Lou. Iroquois 64

Lou. Eastern 65, Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park 47

Lou. Fairdale 85, Lou. Shawnee 78, OT

Lou. Fern Creek 65, Lou. Central 46

Lou. Holy Cross 71, Lou. Atherton 58

Lou. Jeffersontown 71, Bullitt East 51

Lou. Ky. Country Day 87, Lou. Portland Christian 50

Lou. Male 74, Lou. Collegiate 45

Lou. Seneca 74, Lou. St. Xavier 55

Lou. Southern 69, Lou. Moore 62

Lou. Trinity 76, Carroll Co. 40

Lyon Co. 75, Webster Co. 70

Madisonville-North Hopkins 81, Owensboro Catholic 39

Marion Co. 60, Campbellsville 58

Martin County 61, Lawrence Co. 53

McCracken County 58, Massac County, Ill. 40

Meade Co. 45, Grayson Co. 39

Middlesboro 49, Harlan 47

Montgomery Co. 57, Mason Co. 49

Morgan Co. 74, East Carter 63

Muhlenberg County 57, Daviess Co. 40

Newport 80, Lloyd Memorial 69

North Laurel 62, Somerset 55

Ohio Co. 59, Apollo 54

Oldham County 49, LaRue Co. 46

Owensboro 76, Breckinridge Co. 65

Paducah Tilghman 77, Graves Co. 64

Paintsville 83, Belfry 68

Paris 58, Model 44

Phelps 57, Hurley, Va. 31

Pineville 56, Rockcastle Co. 53

Pulaski Co. 68, Mercer Co. 58

Robertson County 74, Fleming Co. 43

Rowan Co. 73, Menifee Co. 60

Russell Co. 67, Metcalfe Co. 46

Shelby Valley 68, Pike Co. Central 37

Simon Kenton 60, Gallatin Co. 42

South Laurel 64, Harlan Co. 57

South Oldham 82, Shelby Co. 50

Spencer Co. 72, North Bullitt 68

Thomas Nelson 63, Washington Co. 47

Todd Co. Central 47, Montgomery Central, Tenn. 41

Union Co. 68, Henderson Co. 66

Walton-Verona 70, Williamstown 52

Warren East 71, Russellville 70

Wayne Co. 65, Casey Co. 46

West Carter 64, Elliott Co. 54

West Jessamine 94, Boyle Co. 69

Whitefield Academy 90, Beth Haven 73

Whitley Co. 64, J. Frank White Academy, Tenn. 55

Williamsburg 73, Corbin 72

Wolfe Co. 60, Owsley Co. 50

Woodford Co. 52, Great Crossing 51

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS

Ashland Blazer vs. Rose Hill Christian, ppd. to Feb 6th.

Hopkins Co. Central vs. Caldwell Co., ccd.

Johnson Central vs. Perry Co. Central, ccd.

Red Bird vs. Ky. School for the Deaf, ccd.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Allen Co.-Scottsville 46, Franklin-Simpson 35

Apollo 80, Whitesville Trinity 40

Bath Co. 45, Augusta 39

Bethlehem 50, Bardstown 42

Boone Co. 49, Scott 42

Bowling Green 47, South Warren 35

Calloway Co. 45, Mayfield 40

Carlisle Co. 48, Fulton Co. 27

Central Hardin 63, Fort Knox 19

Christian Co. 51, University Heights 26

Christian Fellowship 44, Livingston Central 38

Corbin 39, Williamsburg 37

Danville 75, Garrard Co. 51

Daviess Co. 59, Hancock Co. 53

Floyd Central 59, Betsy Layne 46

Gallatin Co. 51, Henry Co. 37

George Rogers Clark 71, Bourbon Co. 40

Glasgow 61, Monroe Co. 33

Graves Co. 66, Paducah Tilghman 18

Greenwood 58, Barren Co. 57

Harlan 41, Middlesboro 40, OT

Hart Co. 56, Warren Central 54

Henderson Co. 55, Union Co. 33

Highlands 64, Conner 54

June Buchanan 59, Buckhorn 37

Knox Central 59, Bell Co. 46

Lex. Paul Dunbar 47, Lexington Catholic 33

Lou. Assumption 60, Lou. Holy Cross 21

Lou. Butler 52, Lou. DuPont Manual 50

Lou. Christian Academy 71, Lou. Ballard 32

Lou. Fairdale 64, Lou. Shawnee 32

Lou. Iroquois 60, Lou. Doss 18

Lou. Ky. Country Day 49, Lou. Portland Christian 41

Lou. Male 60, Lou. Collegiate 39

Lou. Moore 51, Lou. Southern 46, OT

Lou. Waggener 46, Lou. Valley 21

Ludlow 82, Cin. Oyler, Ohio 44

Marion Co. 53, Campbellsville 36

McCracken County 78, Hopkinsville 47

North Laurel 52, Madison Southern 49

Perry Co. Central 65, Morgan Co. 51

Phelps 37, Hurley, Va. 26

Pineville 49, Barbourville 33

Prestonsburg 51, Paintsville 35

Raceland 43, Magoffin Co. 25

Red Bird 60, Cordia 16

Riverside Christian 53, Ky. School for the Deaf 18

Rockcastle Co. 58, Jackson Co. 46

Rowan Co. 62, Menifee Co. 33

Russell Co. 57, Metcalfe Co. 50

Ryle 64, Cooper 56

Scott Co. 75, Lex. Sayre 16

South Oldham 63, Collins 56

Southwestern 68, Lincoln Co. 36

Thomas Nelson 56, Washington Co. 22

Todd Co. Central 39, Montgomery Central, Tenn. 37

Trigg Co. 49, Dawson Springs 43, OT

Warren East 45, Russellville 32

Whitefield Academy 52, Beth Haven 11

Wolfe Co. 76, Breathitt Co. 26

Woodford Co. 77, East Jessamine 66

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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