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Wild buzzer-beater gives coach a birthday victory 0:14

Wild buzzer-beater gives coach a birthday victory

Student manager hits four 3-pointers in game 0:48

Student manager hits four 3-pointers in game

Jaden Springer finishes alley-oop in Lexington holiday tournament 0:13

Jaden Springer finishes alley-oop in Lexington holiday tournament

Franklin-Simpson celebrates its 4A football championship 0:58

Franklin-Simpson celebrates its 4A football championship

Franklin-Simpson coach gets championship bath 0:30

Franklin-Simpson coach gets championship bath

Was this a touchdown or interception? You make the call 0:26

Was this a touchdown or interception? You make the call

Fans thrilled to have football state finals back in Lexington after four decades 1:12

Fans thrilled to have football state finals back in Lexington after four decades

See the first high school touchdown in Kroger Field history 0:28

See the first high school touchdown in Kroger Field history

Opening Drive trailer: An inside look at the Douglass Broncos' first year 0:47

Opening Drive trailer: An inside look at the Douglass Broncos' first year

Frederick Douglass coaches positive after programs debut 1:31

Frederick Douglass coaches positive after programs debut

Buzzer-beater decides overtime winner in big Lexington matchup

Robby Kinnard, a sophomore at Paul Laurence Dunbar, hit a game-winning three-pointer as time expired to give the Bulldogs a 72-70 overtime win at Henry Clay on Thursday, February 8, 2018. Video shot and provided by William Mack.
Josh Moore jmoore@herald-leader.com
Buzzer-beater decides overtime winner in big Lexington matchup 0:32

Buzzer-beater decides overtime winner in big Lexington matchup

Wild buzzer-beater gives coach a birthday victory 0:14

Wild buzzer-beater gives coach a birthday victory

Student manager hits four 3-pointers in game 0:48

Student manager hits four 3-pointers in game

Jaden Springer finishes alley-oop in Lexington holiday tournament 0:13

Jaden Springer finishes alley-oop in Lexington holiday tournament