T’Laya Lyvers scored 14 point and pulled down 10 rebounds to lead Henry Clay’s girls to an upset of No. 19 Paul Dunbar 45-36. Brooke Todd had 15 points for the Bulldogs, who turned the ball over 19 times, resulting in 17 points for the Blue Devils. Henry Clay broke open a close game with a big fourth quarter.
Dee Givens scored 20 points and pulled down seven rebounds to lead No. 9 Lafayette to a 75-25 rout of host Tates Creek. Lafayette scored 30 in the first quarter, more than winless Tates Creek’s total for the game.
Gabby Bowie scored 21 points, hitting nine of 13 shots, to lead Sayre past visiting Wolfe County 54-24.In boys’ games:
Tanner Johnson scored 28 points to lead Lexington Catholic past visiting Paul Dunbar 58-55.
Scott County, ranked third in the state, got 24 points from center Raekwon Long and 22 from guard Trent Gilbert to hold off host Bryan Station 69-57.
After scoring only one point in the first quarter, Sayre bounded back with 25 in the second quarter and went on to beat Nicholas County 49-42. Justin Sanders led the way with 14 points and nine rebounds.