High School Basketball

Sweet Sixteen: Full-tournament wrap-up from Rupp Arena

Scott County’s Michael Moreno put up a shot Sunday against Covington Catholic’s Jake Walter during the championship game of the Sweet Sixteen in Rupp Arena. Covington Catholic won 73-55.
Scott County’s Michael Moreno put up a shot Sunday against Covington Catholic’s Jake Walter during the championship game of the Sweet Sixteen in Rupp Arena. Covington Catholic won 73-55.

The 2018 Kentucky boys’ state high school basketball tournament in Rupp Arena is complete.

Covington Catholic defeated Scott County 73-55 in Sunday’s championship game of the of the 101st Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys’ Sweet Sixteen.

In case you missed any of the action, here are all the game stories and statistics from throughout the tournament:

Sunday’s state championship game:

Covington Catholic 73, Scott County 55 | Game story | Box score

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

More Sweet Sixteen:

Tournament history: Scores from every state championship game

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.

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