Boys' Sweet Sixteen champions

March 18, 2014 

Madison Central's Dominique Hawkins, left, and Quan Taylor helped lead the Indians to the 2013 Sweet Sixteen title, a dramatic 65-64 win over Ballard that was decided by a late three-pointer.

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1918 Lexington 16, Somerset 15

1919 Lexington 21, Somerset 17

1920 Lexington 56, Ashland 13

1921 Manual 32, Union Academy 17

1922 Lexington 55, Frankfort 7

1923 Manual 41, Clark Co. 17

1924 Lexington 15, Fort Thomas 10

1925 Manual 40, Winchester 11

1926 St. Xavier 26, Danville 13

1927 MMI 34, London 25

1928 Ashland 13, Carr Creek 11

1929 Heath 21, Corinth 16

1930 Corinth 22, Kavanaugh 20

1931 Manual 34, Tolu 23

1932 Hazard 15, Male 13

1933 Ashland 33, Horse Cave 25

1934 Ashland 26, Danville 13

1935 St. Xavier 32, Newport 18

1936 Corbin 24, Nebo 18

1937 Midway 30, Inez 22

1938 Sharpe 36, Maysville 27

1939 Brooksville 42, Hindman 39

1940 Hazel Green 35, Ashland 29

1941 Inez 35, St. Xavier 27

1942 Lafayette 44, Harlan 32

1943 Hindman 29, St. Xavier 26

1944 Harlan 40, Dayton 28

1945 Male 54, Central City 42

1946 Breckinridge Training 68, Dawson Springs 36

1947 Maysville 54, Brewers 40

1948 Brewers 65, Maysville 48

1949 Owensboro 65, Lafayette 47

1950 Lafayette 55, Clark Co. 51

1951 Clark Co. 69, Cuba 44

1952 Cuba 58, Manual 52

1953 Lafayette 84, Paducah Tilghman 53

1954 Inez 63, Newport 55

1955 Hazard 74, Adair Co. 66

1956 Carr Creek 72, Henderson 68

1957 Lafayette 55, Eastern 52

1958 St. Xavier 60, Daviess Co. 49

1959 North Marshall 64, Manual 63

1960 Flaget 65, Monticello 56

1961 Ashland 69, Lexington Dunbar 50

1962 St. Xavier 62, Ashland 58

1963 Seneca 72, Lexington Dunbar 66

1964 Seneca 66, Breckinridge Co. 56

1965 Breckinridge Co. 95, Cov. Holy Cross 73

1966 Shelby Co. 62, Male 57

1967 Earlington 54, Covington Catholic 53

1968 Glasgow 77, Seneca 68

1969 Central 101, Ohio Co. 72

1970 Male 70, Madison 69

1971 Male 83, Anderson Co. 66

1972 Owensboro 71, Elizabethtown 63

1973 Shawnee 81, Male 68

1974 Central 59, Male 54

1975 Male 74, Henry Clay 59

1976 Edmonson Co. 74, Christian Co. 52

1977 Ballard 68, Valley 59

1978 Shelby Co. 68, Holmes 66

1979 Lafayette 62, Christian Co. 52

1980 Owensboro 57, Doss 56

1981 Simon Kenton 70, Mason Co. 63

1982 Laurel Co. 53, North Hardin 51

1983 Henry Clay 35, Carlisle Co. 33

1984 Logan Co. 83, Bourbon Co. 70

1985 Hopkinsville 65, Clay Co. 64

1986 Pulaski Co. 47, Pleasure Ridge Park 45

1987 Clay Co. 76, Ballard 73

1988 Ballard 88, Clay Co. 79

1989 Pleasure Ridge Park 75, Wayne Co. 73

1990 Fairdale 77, Holmes 73

1991 Fairdale 67, Tates Creek 63

1992 University Heights 59, Lex. Catholic 57

1993 Marion Co. 85, Paul Dunbar 77

1994 Fairdale 59, Paul Dunbar 56

1995 Breckinridge Co. 70, Pleasure Ridge Park 63

1996 Paintsville 71, Ashland Blazer 53

1997 Eastern 71, Highlands 59

1998 Scott Co. 89, Paintsville 78

1999 Ballard 71, Scott Co. 47

2000 Elizabethtown 79, Lex. Catholic 69

2001 Lafayette 54, Male 49

2002 Lex. Catholic 83, Paducah Tilghman 53

2003 Mason Co. 86, Ballard 65

2004 Warren Central 66, Mason Co. 56

2005 South Laurel 70, Warren Central 59

2006 Jeffersontown 61, Apollo 48

2007 Scott Co. 56, Ballard 50

2008 Mason Co. 57, Holmes 48

2009 Holmes 67, Central 63 (2OT)

2010 Shelby Valley 73, Ballard 61

2011 Christian Co. 65, Rowan Co. 63 (2OT)

2012 Louisville Trinity 71, Scott Co. 53

2013 Madison Central 65, Ballard 64

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