■ Kelli Rinehart scored 24 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Lexington Christian past host Paul Dunbar 58-52. The Eagles led 25-24 at halftime and an 8-0 run in the third quarter put the game away. Kristin Jacob added 14 points and 12 rebounds for LCA. Kierra Muhammad paced Paul Dunbar with 14 points.
■ Last-second shots in regulation and the first overtime extended the game for Clark County, but Madison Central finally finished off the hosts in double OT, 73-66. The Lady Cardinals' Brittany Gay, who scored 27 points and 14 rebounds hit a short jumper with 10 seconds left to get the game to overtime. Ashton Feldhaus scored 21 points to lead the Lady Indians.
■ Mason County's Katelyn Smith scored 25 points and grabbed 11 rebounds and the Lady Royals defeated visiting Bracken County 71-59. Sara Sticklen had 17 points and 17 rebounds for the Lady Bears.
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■ Western Kentucky signee Chasity Gooch scored 20 points to lead Franklin-Simpson to a 75-25 win against visiting Clinton County.
■ Sara Ross hit five three-pointers and scored 18 points in Lee County's 75-70 defeat of visiting Madison Southern.
■ Keshia Prater and Jessica Hurt both had double-doubles in Wolfe County's 48-43 win at Elliott County. Prater had 16 points and 18 rebounds, and Hurt had 15 and 12.
■ Rianna Gayheart and Hannah Neeley scored 22 points apiece in host Owen County's 74-36 win against Grant County. Gayheart also had eight steals and four assists.
■ Lexi Grimes had 19 points, eight assists and six rebounds in host Bath County's 69-45 victory against Raceland.
■ Austin Rankin led five Boyd County players in double figures with 15 points in the Lions' 101-33 defeat of visiting Riverside Christian. Matt Middleton, Jerry Traylor and Jordan Blevins each scored 14.
■ In a game that was tied at halftime, Simon Kenton outscored host Harrison County 19-0 en route to a 68-47 rout. Ryan Mullen scored 12 points to lead the visitors.
■ Franklin Phillips' big game, 19 points and 28 rebounds, sent Red Bird past visiting Piarist 74-66.
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