■ Down two through three quarters, Lexington Christian outscored Paul Dunbar 30-16 in the fourth to win 81-69. The Eagles hit five of their nine three-pointers in the fourth and got 12 points from Tyler Harville and 10 from Taylor Barnette during the run.
Barnette finished with 25 points, nine rebounds and three assists. Harville had 24 points and five rebounds. Dunbar's William Gary scored a game-high 30 points.
■ East Jessamine Coach Chris O'Bryan got the 200th win of his career when the Jaguars beat visiting Mercer County 82-72.
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■ West Jessamine's Chase Fain had 11 points and 10 rebounds in a 62-47 win at home against Lincoln County.
■ Louisville Trinity scored 32 straight points during the first half en route to an 87-23 win at Seneca. Ten Shamrocks players had at least five points with Craig Owens' 13 points leading the way.
■ Ryan Timmons had 15 points, nine rebounds and five assists in host Franklin County's 63-42 win against Frankfort.
■ Ashanti Thomas' putback with 2:10 left gave Lafayette the lead for good in a 48-46 victory against host Lexington Christian.
Ken'yale Demus led the Lady Generals with 15 points and Sarah Cooley scored 14 and had nine rebounds. Thomas finished with four points and five rebounds. LCA's Kristen Jacob had 16 points, 14 rebounds and three assists.
■ Paul Dunbar outscored Anderson County by 23 in the second quarter and went on to win at home 74-60. LaKeena Parks had 18 points and 14 rebounds for the Lady Bulldogs.
■ Franklin County's Ashli Mayes scored 28 points to go with 17 rebounds, five blocks and three steals in a 54-44 win at home against Frankfort.
■ Michelle Montgomery reached the 20-rebound mark for the third straight game with 23 and scored 19 points in host John Hardin's 48-36 defeat of Central Hardin.
■ Coastal Carolina signee Megan Pittman scored 36 points, grabbed 11 rebounds and blocked three shots in Casey County's 59-36 win against visiting Somerset.
■ Raven Merriweather had 18 points and DaiJia Ruffin scored 14 and had seven assists in Sacred Heart's 80-51 win at Seneca.