■ Dixie Heights rallied from an 18-point deficit in the second half to beat Lafayette 74-71 in the Toyota Classic at Scott County. Brandon Hatton scored a game-high 34 points, including a go-ahead three-pointer with 29 seconds left. Jackson Davis led Lafayette with 19 points, and Nick Trisko had 17 points and 13 rebounds. Dixie Heights was held to six field goals in the first half but shot 18-for-32 in the second half to erase a 41-23 deficit.
■ Christen Cunningham, Trey Grundy and Jordan Green each scored 19 points to lead Henry Clay (13-6) past host Bryan Station 69-63. Grundy didn't miss a shot — 8-for-8 from the field and 3-for-3 from the line. Jaylen Beckham had 23 points, seven rebounds and four assists for Bryan Station (6-13).
■ Sophomore guard Dylan Meade hit a last-second three-pointer to give Betsy Layne (13-2) a 56-55 win at Prestonsburg. Meade led all scorers with 18 points. Freshman guard Jarred Jarrell had 13 points for Prestonsburg (7-8).
■ Franklin County overcame 28.3 percent field-goal shooting to defeat host Scott County 52-47 in the Toyota Classic. Dasia Kilbourne came off the bench to lead Franklin County (14-5) with 17 points. Scott County (10-11), which committed 29 turnovers, was led by Audriana Christopher and Mary Logsdon with 14 points apiece. There was a huge disparity at the free-throw line, where Franklin County went 20-for-31 and Scott County was 8-for-9.
■ Junior forward Ashton Feldhaus had 22 points and 10 rebounds, and junior point guard Larryn Brooks added 19 points, seven rebounds and four steals in host Madison Central's 70-42 win over Ballard (13-5). Madison Central (12-3) pulled away with a 26-6 run to open the second half.
■ Senior forward Tori McIntosh had 20 points, and Leslie County (11-3) beat host Wolfe County 57-49 in the 14th Region All A Classic. Senior guard Keisha Prater had 18 for Wolfe County (9-12).
■ Sophomore forward Kayla Rankin had 29 points and 14 rebounds, and Perry Central (17-0) routed host Johnson Central 88-52 to stay undefeated. Senior forward Katelyn Smith added 22 points for Perry Central, which switched to a full-court press in the second half and outscored Johnson Central 42-12 the rest of the way. Senior forward Amber Shepherd led Johnson Central (8-9) with 14 points.