22 Sweet Sixteen photo galleries for mobile: Fans, teams, all games

March 6, 2013 

Don't miss pictures of fans and game action from the Sweet Sixteen at Rupp Arena in Lexington.

Fans at Madison Central's boys' basketball championship game against Ballard in Rupp Arena

Game photos from the championship matchup Sunday

Video replay: Watch how Madison Central won

Semifinal game action: Madison Central beats Hopkinsville

Fans: Montgomery, Madison, Ballard and Hopkinsville supporters at the semifinal games

Game action: Montgomery Co.-Ballard .

Game action: Montgomery County over John Hardin

Game action: Hopkinsville over Graves Co.

Fans: Madison Central-Holmes

Game action: Ballard-Knott Central

Game action: Madison Central pulls out win over Holmes

Knott Central, Clay County fans

Game action: Knott Central knocks off Clay County

Game action: Ballard runs past Johnson Central

Johnson Central, Ballard fans

Game action from John Hardin's win over Fleming

Sweet 16 Fans: Montgomery County vs Warren Central

Game action: Montgomery County beats Warren Central

Game action: Hopkinsville beats South Oldham

Game action: Graves County defeats Ohio County

Game action: Holmes holds off PRP

Sweet 16 fans: Madison Central-Wayne County

Game action: Madison Central defeats Wayne County

Video: See Ballard hold off Montgomery Co.

Video: See Madison Central beat Hopkinsville in the semifinals

Video: Hopkinsville beats Graves Co.

Video: Madison Central defeats Holmes in quarterfinals

Video: See Ballard beat Knott County Central

Video: See Montgomery County beat John Hardin

Video: See Hopkinsville beat Graves County

Video: See Madison Central beat Holmes

Video: Clay County loses to Knott Central

Video: Ballard beats Johnson Central

Video: See Montgomery Co.'s win over Warren Central

Video: See John Hardin defeat Fleming

Video: See Madison Central defeat Wayne

Video: Watch PRP's loss to Holmes

Video: See Graves County defeat Ohio County

Video: See Hopkinsville defeat South Oldham in Sweet Sixteen

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