High School Basketball

Sweet Sixteen: Wrap-up of Day 4 in Rupp Arena

Scott County Coach Billy Hicks reached his 12th Sweet Sixteen with the Cardinals, and 13th overall, last season. Scott County eventually fell in the state championship game to Covington Catholic.
Scott County Coach Billy Hicks reached his 12th Sweet Sixteen with the Cardinals, and 13th overall, last season. Scott County eventually fell in the state championship game to Covington Catholic. cbertram@herald-leader.com

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The semifinal round of the 2018 Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys’ Sweet Sixteen is complete after a pair of games Saturday night in Rupp Arena.

Here is a recap of the tournament’s first four days and a look ahead to Sunday’s state championship game between Covington Catholic and Scott County, which is scheduled for a 2 p.m. tip-off.

Recap of Saturday’s semifinals:

Scott County 75, Warren Central 46 | Game story | Box score

Covington Catholic 67, Oldham County 28 | Game story | Box score

Recap of Friday’s quarterfinals:

Scott County 73, Corbin 62 | Game story | Box score

Warren Central 74, Pikeville 57 | Game story | Box score

Oldham County 56, Campbell County 55 | Game story | Box score

Covington Catholic 66, Fern Creek 58 | Game story | Box score

Recap of Thursday’s first-round games:

Campbell County 82, University Heights 65 | Game story | Box score

Fern Creek 69, Boyd County 67 | Game story | Box score

Oldham County 65, McCracken County 58 | Game story | Box score

Covington Catholic 71, Apollo 47 | Game story | Box score

Recap of Wednesday’s first-round games:

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

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

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

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

Sunday’s state championship game

2 p.m.: Scott County (37-1) vs. Covington Catholic (34-4) | Live video (pay) | Live audio (free) | Live stats

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

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.

Travis Henderson hit a three-pointer with 1.9 seconds left to help Oldham County advance with a 56-55 win over Campbell County in the Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys Sweet Sixteen on March 16, 2018, at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky.

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