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Bowling Green wins first state title

Bowling Green defeated Cooper, 67-56, in the 100th Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys’ Sweet Sixteen championship game Sunday afternoon in Rupp Arena. The 11,346 fans in attendance watched the Purples win their first basketball title in 17 state-tournament appearances.

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Fake news alert: Dunbar coach not going anywhere

A rumor began to trickle through press row on the Rupp Arena floor Friday afternoon. At halftime of the quarterfinal matchup between Scott High and Perry County Central former University of Kentucky head coach Joe B. Hall was being interviewed by Carl Nathe on the Kentucky Utilities/KHSAA Network halftime show

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Kentucky School for the Deaf students sign national anthem at Sweet Sixteen

The Kentucky School for the Deaf signing choir performed the national anthem prior to the second session of the 100th Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys' Sweet Sixteen on Wednesday, March 15, 2017.
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Kentucky School for the Deaf students sign national anthem at Sweet Sixteen 1:54

Kentucky School for the Deaf students sign national anthem at Sweet Sixteen

Sweet Sixteen: Damon Tobler's vicious slam 0:17

Sweet Sixteen: Damon Tobler's vicious slam

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"He's gonna make money playing this game, you wait and see."

Mercer County takes girls' Sweet Sixteen title 1:57

Mercer County takes girls' Sweet Sixteen title