High School Highlight Reel: Hardwood Edition (2/8/20)

The South Laurel Cardinals host the North Laurel Jags in the Game of the Week

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LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) – The flu and weather caused a lot of school in the Bluegrass to shut down this week, but that did not stop the High School Highlight Reel!
North Laurel and South Laurel boys teams faced off in our Game of the Week.
The Scott County Lady Cardinals hosted Russell County in a big one.
ABC 36’s Bryan Kennedy and Austin Miller have some of the best action from around central KY in the video above!
Find scores from around Kentucky below.

BOYS BASKETBALL

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ASPIRE, Ariz. 65, Christian Co. 53

Adair Co. 71, Campbellsville 65

Allen Co.-Scottsville 65, Monroe Co. 56

Bardstown 86, Nelson Co. 56

Boyle Co. 64, Danville 53

Breathitt Co. 64, Russell Co. 60

Bullitt Central 63, Lou. Holy Cross 56

Calvary Baptist Academy, La. 69, Augusta 49

Calvary Christian 69, Augusta 49

Central Hardin 67, Barren Co. 48

Christian Fellowship 51, Fort Campbell 22

Conner 78, Scott 54

Cooper 61, Holmes 54

Corbin 67, Whitley Co. 44

Cov. Catholic 66, Beechwood 44

Cov. Holy Cross 81, Newport 57

Elizabethtown 92, Fort Knox 55

Franklin Co. 55, Frankfort 50

Franklin-Simpson 78, Russellville 49

Greenwood 65, South Warren 60

John Hardin 66, Bowling Green 51

LaRue Co. 72, North Hardin 55

Lawrence Co. 71, Betsy Layne 51

Lexington Catholic 65, Lou. Trinity 40

Lincoln Co. 70, Garrard Co. 35

Lou. Ballard 76, Lou. Eastern 61

Lou. Christian Academy 87, Caverna 70

Lou. Collegiate 81, Lou. Ky. Country Day 65

Lou. Doss 59, Lou. Valley 41

Lou. DuPont Manual 86, Lou. Central 63

Lou. Fern Creek 61, Lou. Southern 55

Lou. Iroquois 69, Lou. Fairdale 58

Lou. Male 86, Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park 74

Lou. Moore 68, Lou. Jeffersontown 59

Lou. St. Xavier 58, Lou. DeSales 44

Lou. Waggener 72, Lou. Western 62

Lou. Walden 75, Danville Christian 54

Marshall Co. 56, Graves Co. 51

Mason Co. 60, George Rogers Clark 53

McCracken County 58, Cairo, Ill. 48

Michigan School for the Deaf, Mich. 33, Ky. School for the Deaf 30

Montgomery Co. 60, Paris 51

Muhlenberg County 51, McLean Co. 37

Newport Central Catholic 76, Bishop Brossart 73, OT

North Oldham 74, Grant Co. 66

Ohio Co. 77, Breckinridge Co. 54

Owensboro 72, Apollo 62

Owensboro Catholic 67, Daviess Co. 61

Pendleton Co. 70, Bracken Co. 65

Phelps 71, Belfry 56

Ryle 74, Boone Co. 60

Shelby Valley 72, Jenkins 36

South Laurel 72, North Laurel 60

Spencer Co. 49, Anderson Co. 46, 2OT

St. Henry 75, Lloyd Memorial 65

Thomas Nelson 72, Bethlehem 47

Tolsia, W.Va. 79, Carter Christian 52

Walton-Verona 72, Trimble Co. 59

Warren Central 82, Warren East 35

Wayne Co. 61, McCreary Central 52

Whitefield Academy 70, Carroll Co. 67

Woodford Co. 73, Shelby Co. 54

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS

Berea vs. Rockcastle Co., ccd.

Lex. Bryan Station vs. Frederick Douglass, ccd.

Rowan Co. vs. Bath Co., ppd. to Feb 17th.

Williamsburg vs. Leslie Co., ccd.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Allen Co.-Scottsville 47, Monroe Co. 39

Apollo 74, Owensboro 38

Bardstown 69, Nelson Co. 33

Bethlehem 79, Thomas Nelson 49

Bullitt Central 48, Lou. Holy Cross 40

Bullitt East 76, North Bullitt 23

Calloway Co. 57, Murray 42

Campbellsville 44, Adair Co. 20

Carlisle Co. 37, Fulton City 33

Central Hardin 60, John Hardin 55

Christian Co. 33, Trigg Co. 24

Collins 61, Spencer Co. 57

Crittenden Co. 45, Dawson Springs 33

Danville 54, Boyle Co. 36

Franklin Co. 72, Frankfort 30

Garrard Co. 56, Lincoln Co. 52

George Rogers Clark 77, Mason Co. 54

Hickman Co. 41, Fulton Co. 20

Ky. School for the Deaf 29, Nc School For Deaf, N.C. 19

Lawrence Co. 65, Betsy Layne 54

Lexington Catholic 65, Lex. Christian 38

Lou. Atherton 73, Lou. Shawnee 38

Lou. Ballard 50, Lou. Eastern 45

Lou. Brown 54, Lou. Moore 44

Lou. Butler 36, Highlands 35

Lou. Collegiate 56, Lou. Ky. Country Day 26

Lou. Doss 48, Lou. Valley 24

Lou. DuPont Manual 49, Lou. Central 41

Lou. Fern Creek 51, Lou. Southern 47

Lou. Iroquois 69, Lou. Fairdale 28

Lou. Male 53, Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park 48

Lou. Portland Christian 64, Frankfort Christian 33

Lou. Sacred Heart 62, Lou. Christian Academy 59

Lou. Waggener 40, Lou. Western 33

Madisonville-North Hopkins 76, Caldwell Co. 24

Montgomery Co. 55, Paris 51

Muhlenberg County 61, McLean Co. 54

Nicholas Co. 66, Robertson County 47

North Hardin 55, Meade Co. 49

North Oldham 72, Trimble Co. 53

Owen Co. 78, Eminence 32

Owensboro Catholic 64, Daviess Co. 41

Pendleton Co. 53, Bracken Co. 25

Russell 44, Ashland Blazer 38

Russellville 62, Franklin-Simpson 46

Scott Co. 80, Russell Co. 59

Shelby Valley 84, Jenkins 38

Simon Kenton 70, Cooper 34

South Warren 54, Greenwood 41

Tolsia, W.Va. 63, Carter Christian 18

Warren Central 56, Warren East 45

Whitley Co. 63, Corbin 41

Williamstown 51, Carroll Co. 48

Warrior Classic

Danville Christian 54, June Buchanan 22

Oneida Baptist 44, Cordia 24

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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