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Sweet Sixteen: Wrap-up of Day 1 in Rupp Arena

Fan hits half-court shot at Sweet Sixteen

Jakolbi Crowe, a student at Estill County High School, hit a half-court shot at halftime of the Sweet Sixteen game between Estill County and Corbin on Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at Rupp Arena. He won a scholarship.
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Jakolbi Crowe, a student at Estill County High School, hit a half-court shot at halftime of the Sweet Sixteen game between Estill County and Corbin on Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at Rupp Arena. He won a scholarship.

FOR LIVE COVERAGE FROM FRIDAY, MARCH 16 AT THE SWEET SIXTEEN, PLEASE CLICK HERE.

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The Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys’ Sweet Sixteen tipped off with a pair of first-round games Wednesday afternoon and two more Wednesday night in Rupp Arena.

Here is Wednesday’s recap:

Game 1: Corbin 50, Estill County 40 | Game story | Box score

Game 2: Scott County 54, Trinity 53 | Game story | Box score

Game 3: Warren Central 68, Southwestern 44 | Game story | Box score

Game 4: Pikeville 72, John Hardin 69 (3OT) | Game story | Box score

Here is Thursday’s schedule:

Noon: University Heights (23-7) vs. Campbell County (28-5) | Live video (pay) | Live audio(free) | Live stats

1:30 p.m.: Fern Creek (26-6) vs. Boyd County (29-6) | Live video (pay) | Live audio (free) | Live stats

6:30 p.m.: Oldham County (29-5) vs. McCracken County (28-6) | Live video (pay) | Live audio (free) | Live stats

8 p.m.: Apollo (16-15) vs. Covington Catholic (31-4) | Live video (pay) | Live audio (free) | Live stats

How to follow the tournament:

Video: Live video of the entire tournament is available for $9.95 from the NFHS Network. Subscribe here.

Audio: Live KHSAA game broadcasts are available on 98.5 FM, through Mixlr.com or on the Mixlr app.

More Sweet Sixteen:

Sweet Sixteen preview: All the links you need to follow the tournament

Tournament history: Scores from every state championship game

Rosters: View, download, print them for every Sweet Sixteen matchup

Bracket: View the tournament pairings and scores

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