Lafayette 85, Frederick Douglass 54: The Generals hit 10 three-pointers and had five players reach double figures in scoring as they rolled to a victory Friday night against the Broncos. Eric Powell scored 15 points, plus four steals. TeAndre Newcomb and Fousseyni Diallo both had 13 points, Ray Surratt had 12 and Even Dreux added 11. Surratt also had nine rebounds, three blocks and three steals. Justin Mitchell led Frederick Douglass in both scoring with 16 and rebounding with six.
Lexington Christian 73, Boyle County 59: Austin Hall’s near triple-double — 33 points, 14 rebounds, five assists and nine blocked shots — sent the Eagles past the Rebels. Carter Hendricksen tacked on 22 points, 11 rebounds and three assists for LCA. Boyle County got 13 points, seven rebounds and seven assists from Bryce Slone.
Bryan Station 77, Lincoln County 66: The Defenders led by as many as 27 points and held on after the Patriots countered and got within six points with 1:50 to play. Bryan Station’s Terrance Clayton-Murphy had 18 points, four rebounds and three steals, and Eric Boone added 15 points, 13 rebounds, three blocks and two steals. Chase Phillips scored 17 for Lincoln County.
Lexington Catholic 57, Clay County 40: The Tigers jumped out to a 14-7 lead before the Knights battled back and took control down the stretch. Ben Johnson had 19 points, three assists and four steals for Lexington Catholic while Connor Robinson scored 16 for Clay County.
Covington Catholic 67, LaSalle 49: Jake Walter was 8-for-12 from the field and finished with 16 points and 12 rebounds for the Colonels.
Paul Laurence Dunbar 57, Lexington Christian 24: The Bulldogs jumped out to a 13-point lead through the first quarter, outscored the Eagles 18-2 in the second period, and then cruised to the road victory from there. Mashayla Cecil led the way for Dunbar with 23 points.
Franklin County 68, Frankfort 34: Jasmine Simpson scored a game-high 14 points to go with six rebounds and five steals, and Kindall Talley had 12 points, eight assists and three steals for the Flyers. Simpson was 4-for-5 from three-point range.
Madison Central 66, Berea 27: The Pirates kept it close early, but the Indians used a 17-2 second-quarter advantage to pull away. Bailey Vanover and Taleya Todd both scored 17 points for Madison Central. Vanover also had six rebounds, seven assists, seven steals and to blocks while Todd had four assists and four steals.
Clark County 76, Paris 35: Jasmine Flowers scored 17 points in the Cardinals’ win in Winchester.
Shelby Valley 50, Johnson Central 37: Summer Rose scored 16 points and had five assists for the Wildcats.