Ross Jenkins made a pair of free throws with 1:22 to go in overtime that gave Lafayette the lead for good in a 76-72 victory at Frankfort. Jenkins finished with 13 points, 13 rebounds and four blocked shots.
The Generals’ Harrison Lane hit three three-pointers and had 18 points and four assists. Anthony Roberson paced the Panthers with 16 points, 14 boards and four assists.
Lexington Christian nursed a slim lead throughout most of the fourth quarter to a 53-52 victory against Campbell County in Lexington. Matt Rose was 12-for-14 at the free-throw line and put up 31 points and nine rebounds for the Eagles, who never led by more than four points during the game.
Deondre Jackson was 5-for-6 from three-point range, scoring 24 points to go with three rebounds for the Camels.
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Bryan Station, ranked 14th in Dave Cantrall’s Rating the State, opened with a 10-2 run and cruised to a 73-47 victory against North Oldham at Frankfort.
Andre Davis scored a game-high 23 points, including a pair of three-pointers, and also had five steals. Taquan Claitt added 16 points, nine rebounds and two steals for the Defenders. North Oldham got 22 points and nine rebounds from Jonathan Henry.
Sayre opened on a 15-0 run and went on to defeat Riverside Christian 73-16 in Lexington. Led by Kaden Silver-burg’s four steals, the Spartans forced 29 turnovers. Walker Montgomery scored a game-high 12 points.
No. 18 Scott County fell behind by eight after the first quarter and was unable to rally in a 56-48 loss to Zionsville (Ind.) in the Kentucky-Indiana Hall of Fame Challenge Cup. Hines Jones hit five threes and led the Cardinals with 21 points.
Cole VonHandorf had 20 points and Bo Schuh scored 16 to go with seven rebounds and four assists in No. 9 Covington Catholic’s 72-41 win at home against Winton Woods (Ohio).
No. 7 Knott County Central defeated host Perry County Central 56-41 to win the WYMT Classic. Evan Hall scored 21 points and Camron Justice had 13.
Dee Givens scored 18 points, grabbed nine rebounds and had seven steals in Lafayette’s 44-36 win at Paul Laurence Dunbar. Kiara Pankins added 10 points and 11 rebounds for the Lady Generals. The Bulldogs stayed in the game by forcing 28 turnovers, but they had 21 of their own. Mashayla Cecil had nine points, five steals and three rebounds.
Grace Berger was 10-for-14 from the field and finished with 20 points, 12 rebounds, two steals and two blocks in No. 20 Sacred Heart’s 52-45 win at Newport Central Catholic.