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■ No. 1 Marion County survived a scare from previously unbeaten Southwestern 58-54 behind 29 points from junior Bre Elder. Kyvin Goodin-Rogers added 11 points and 10 rebounds. The Warriors' Danay Fothergill led all scorers with 33 points and 11 rebounds.
■ No. 2 Manual won easily over North Laurel 80-45 behind 21 points from forward Mechael Guess. The Crimsons forced 34 turnovers and scored 42 points off of them.
■ Sacred Heart, ranked No. 12, was led by reserve Morgan Clemons, who had 15 points and 11 rebounds in a 45-41 win over Knott Central.
■ MacKenzie Cann led No. 19 Anderson County with 20 points, four rebounds and four steals in the Bearcats' 57-51 win over Ballard.
■ Kaylyn Cecil had 16 points and teammate Adelaide Luckett had a double-double with 14 points and 11 boards to keep No. 10 Elizabethtown unbeaten with its 66-38 win over Conner.
■ Seventh-ranked Perry County Central needed overtime to help it survive Grayson County 54-51. Kayla Rankin led the Commodores with 21 points, 13 rebounds and five steals. Kendall Noble added 12 points, nine rebounds, six assists and six steals.
■ In a battle of top-10 teams, No. 9 Bowling Green topped No. 8 Butler 64-59, getting double-digit scoring from five different players, led by Adrienne Terrence's 15 points, nine rebounds and five assists.
■ No. 22 Lexington Catholic drubbed visiting Dayton Dunbar 86-14 behind Octavia Wilson's 16 points. The Knights had a 50-2 lead at the half.
■ Tiffany Slone hit five three-pointers on her way to a game-high 28 points, and host Campbellsville rolled over Rose Hill 54-22 in the Lady Eagle All "A" Classic.
■ Senior Kelly Rinehart had 20 points and eight rebounds, and Lexington Christian dominated the first half on its way to a 70-50 win over Barbourville in the Berea Holiday Classic.
The Eagles withstood seven threes and 28 points from Barbourville's Neysa Kelly. She was one of four Lady Tigers to score and the only one in double figures.
■ Micah Harlow came two assists away from a triple-double, scoring 12 points and 11 rebounds, and host Allen Central easily beat Jenkins 79-40.
■ Senior center Lauren Tibbs broke Scott's career rebounding record, and the host Eagles beat Cooper 66-50. Tibbs scored 37 and pulled down 16 boards, giving her 1,180 total.
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■ Sophomore Larry Morton scored 18 points, and senior Deon Renfro added 16 to lead host Bryan Station past Butler 53-41 in the first round.
Renfro added nine rebounds, and Morton had three of 20 steals for the Defenders (4-3), ranked 24th in the Herald-Leader's pre-season coaches' poll. Station will play Clark County Monday at Tates Creek. The No. 3 Cardinals, led by senior forward Vinny Zollo's game-high 16 points, beat Ryle 59-49 Saturday.
■ Sophomore guard William Gary had 20 points and eight assists, and senior forward Lamont Johnson had 11 points and 15 rebounds as Paul Dunbar caught fire in the second half to beat Shelby County 77-58 in the first round.
The host Bulldogs shot 53 percent after halftime and outscored the Rockets 51-31. Dunbar will play Henry Clay on Monday at Lafayette.
■ Kendrick Prewitt and Jordan Green scored 15 points apiece, and Daniel Kiesling added 14 points and 11 rebounds to lead host Henry Clay over Muhlenburg County 57-41 in the first round.
■ Senior Deondre McWhorter had 26 points, eight rebounds and four blocks to lead No. 23 Moore at home over Holmes 75-53. The 6-foot-9 center has signed with Morehead State.
■ Senior center Jake Geisler led all scorers with 13 points and added 10 rebounds, five blocks and four assists as host Newport Central Catholic cruised over Villa Madonna 86-19.