Monday night District Tournament action: 3-16-21

It's win or go home time for high school hoops!

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LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) – This week district tournaments tipped off around Kentucky. Here in central KY, several boys and girls tournaments started. In the video, find action from the 40th, 42nd and 43 districts.

ABC 36’s Bryan Kennedy has the highlights!

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BOYS PREP BASKETBALL

District 4

Championship

Murray 61, Marshall Co. 46

District 5

Semifinal

Crittenden Co. 82, Trigg Co. 63

Lyon Co. 94, Livingston Central 58

District 6

First Round

Henderson Co. 77, Union Co. 66

District 7

Semifinal

Caldwell Co. 62, Hopkins Co. Central 40

Madisonville-North Hopkins 89, Dawson Springs 60

District 8

First Round

University Heights 52, Christian Co. 34

District 9

Semifinal

Owensboro 67, Apollo 43

District 11

Semifinal

Meade Co. 74, Frederick Fraize 32

District 13

Semifinal

Russellville 47, Logan Co. 39

District 14

First Round

South Warren 61, Warren East 50

District 15

Semifinal

Allen Co.-Scottsville 76, Monroe Co. 48

Barren Co. 71, Glasgow 66

District 16

Semifinal

Metcalfe Co. 58, Russell Co. 51

District 17

Semifinal

Elizabethtown 80, North Hardin 52

John Hardin 59, Central Hardin 51

District 19

First Round

Bethlehem 58, Nelson Co. 56

District 20

Semifinal

Campbellsville 44, Adair Co. 42

District 21

First Round

Lou. Valley 52, Lou. Fairdale 50

District 22

First Round

Lou. Western 37, Lou. Iroquois 33

District 25

First Round

Lou. St. Francis 82, Lou. Portland Christian 74

District 28

First Round

Lou. Ky. Country Day 58, Lou. Walden 48

District 30

First Round

Anderson Co. 67, Shelby Co. 60

District 31

First Round

Gallatin Co. 50, Carroll Co. 48

Trimble Co. 69, Eminence 57

District 32

Semifinal

Simon Kenton 68, Williamstown 51

District 34

First Round

Ludlow 68, Villa Madonna 57

District 36

First Round

Bellevue 63, Dayton 59

District 37

Semifinal

Campbell Co. 50, Calvary Christian 31

Scott 51, Bishop Brossart 34

District 38

Semifinal

Harrison Co. 59, Nicholas Co. 52

Robertson County 82, Pendleton Co. 49

District 39

Semifinal

Mason Co. 95, Augusta 89

District 40

Semifinal

Montgomery Co. 60, Bourbon Co. 58

District 41

First Round

Franklin Co. 86, Frankfort Christian 45

District 42

First Round

Lex. Sayre 56, Lex. Bryan Station 55

District 43

First Round

Lex. Christian 64, Lex. Tates Creek 43

District 44

Semifinal

Madison Central 69, Model 34

District 45

Semifinal

Boyle Co. 80, Garrard Co. 47

Lincoln Co. 57, Danville 54

District 46

Semifinal

East Jessamine 49, Mercer Co. 47

West Jessamine 61, Burgin 26

District 48

First Round

Southwestern 74, Wayne Co. 71

District 49

Semifinal

Clay Co. 69, Jackson Co. 43

District 50

Championship

South Laurel 59, Corbin 55

District 53

Championship

Knott Co. Central 81, Cordia 60

District 54

Championship

Hazard 54, Perry Co. Central 53

District 56

Semifinal

Estill Co. 58, Powell Co. 26

District 58

Semifinal

Betsy Layne 63, Floyd Central 48

Lawrence Co. 68, Prestonsburg 52

District 59

Semifinal

East Ridge 80, Jenkins 40

District 61

Semifinal

Bath Co. 76, Fleming Co. 51

Rowan Co. 79, Menifee Co. 34

District 62

Semifinal

Elliott Co. 58, East Carter 43

West Carter 62, Morgan Co. 43

District 63

Semifinal

Lewis Co. 54, Russell 48

Raceland 68, Greenup Co. 44

District 64

Semifinal

Boyd Co. 74, Fairview 46

GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL

District 2

Championship

McCracken County 66, Paducah Tilghman 46

District 3

Championship

Graves Co. 49, Mayfield 37

District 4

Championship

Marshall Co. 54, Calloway Co. 36

District 10

First Round

Ohio Co. 58, Muhlenberg County 42

District 11

Semifinal

Meade Co. 73, Frederick Fraize 11

District 12

Semifinal

Butler Co. 56, Whitesville Trinity 47

Grayson Co. 53, Edmonson Co. 46

District 14

First Round

Warren East 45, South Warren 36

District 19

First Round

Thomas Nelson 67, Washington Co. 35

District 21

First Round

Beth Haven 46, Lou. Valley 44

District 22

First Round

Lou. Iroquois 69, Lou. Western 49

Whitefield Academy 66, Lou. Jeffersontown 12

District 25

First Round

Lou. Portland Christian 62, Lou. Shawnee 32

District 26

First Round

Lou. Assumption 79, Lou. Brown 17

District 27

First Round

Lou. Atherton 46, Lou. Seneca 18

District 30

First Round

Collins 70, Woodford Co. 64

District 31

First Round

Henry Co. 50, Carroll Co. 37

Trimble Co. 49, Gallatin Co. 42

District 32

Semifinal

Walton-Verona 63, Williamstown 44

District 34

First Round

Lloyd Memorial 64, Villa Madonna 36

District 36

First Round

Newport 61, Dayton 47

District 39

Semifinal

Mason Co. 67, Augusta 34

District 41

First Round

Western Hills 40, Frankfort Christian 38

District 42

First Round

Lex. Bryan Station 54, Lex. Henry Clay 52

District 43

First Round

Lex. Tates Creek 78, Lex. Christian 64

District 44

Semifinal

Madison Central 57, Model 43

District 47

Semifinal

Pulaski Co. 54, Casey Co. 22

District 49

Semifinal

Clay Co. 49, Jackson Co. 47

District 51

Semifinal

Knox Central 68, Barbourville 30

Pineville 63, Lynn Camp 33

District 52

Semifinal

Bell Co. 58, Harlan 39

Harlan Co. 49, Middlesboro 39

District 57

Semifinal

Paintsville 40, Martin County 37

District 60

First Round

Pike Co. Central 64, Phelps 19

District 64

Semifinal

Boyd Co. 81, Fairview 27

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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