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How to follow the 2019 Kentucky girls’ Sweet Sixteen basketball state tournament

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Photos from the 2019 KHSAA Girls' Sweet Sixteen semifinals played on March 16, 2019.
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Photos from the 2019 KHSAA Girls' Sweet Sixteen semifinals played on March 16, 2019.

The 58th KHSAA Girls’ Sweet Sixteen basketball state tournament is underway at Rupp Arena in Lexington.

This guide will help you stay on top of the action for the duration of the tournament. Below you’ll find schedules, broadcast links, rosters, stats, details about the Herald-Leader’s coverage plans and a whole lot more.

2019 TOURNAMENT BRACKET

SCHEDULE

Wednesday, March 13

Game 1: Scott County 87, Knott County Central 61 | Box score | Game recap

Game 2: Owensboro Catholic 53, Bethlehem 47 | Box score | Game recap

Game 3: Clark County 65, Mercy Academy 64 | Box score | Game recap

Game 4: Ryle 56, Murray 29 | Box score | Game recap

THURSDAY, MARCH 14

Game 5: Barren County 65, Pikeville 47 | Box score | Game recap

Game 6: Male 74, Boyd County 56 | Box score | Game recap

Game 7: Southwestern 58, Collins 47 | Box score | Game recap

Game 8: North Laurel 66, Henderson County 43 | Box score | Game recap

FRIDAY, MARCH 15

Game 9: Owensboro Catholic 62, Scott County 51 | Box score | Game recap

Game 10: Ryle 64, Clark County 51 | Box score | Game recap

Game 11: Male 63, Barren County 49 | Box score | Game recap

Game 12: Southwestern (25-5) vs. North Laurel (31-6), 8 p.m. | Box score | Game recap

SATURDAY, MARCH 16

Game 13: Ryle 55, Owensboro Catholic 43 | Box score | Game recap

Game 14: Southwestern 52, Male 42 | Box score | Game recap

SUNDAY, MARCH 17

Game 15: Game 15: Ryle (32-5) vs. Southwestern (27-5), 2 p.m.

TOURNAMENT ROSTERS

Click here for the KHSAA rosters for all 16 teams.

TEAM STATISTICS

Click here for the pre-tournament statistics from the KHSAA for all 16 teams.

OUR LIVE COVERAGE

Josh Moore (@HLpreps on Twitter) and Jared Peck (@JPSaysHere on Twitter) will be at Rupp Arena throughout the tournament providing updates, highlights, analysis and more.

VIDEO BROADCASTS

Video coverage of every girls’ Sweet Sixteen game will be available through KHSAA.tv as part of the NFHS Network, which requires a subscription. The NFHS Network currently offers one subscription option — a monthly pass for $9.95 that will renew automatically until the subscription is canceled. A subscription also grants users access to games aired by the NFHS Network from other states.

Click here to purchase an NFHS Network subscription. The pass would also grant you access to watch every game of the boys’ Sweet Sixteen, which is next week.

Links to the remaining girls’ Sweet Sixteen video broadcasts are below:

Game 15 (Ryle vs. Southwestern, 2 p.m. championship)

AUDIO BROADCASTS

Audio coverage of every girls’ Sweet Sixteen game will be provided freely by the KHSAA through Mixlr.com. You can download the Mixlr app or click on the following game links to listen live.

Additionally, radio coverage will be broadcast by more than 40 local affiliates across the state. Click here for a list of all the participating affiliates.

Links to the remaining girls’ Sweet Sixteen audio broadcasts are below:

Game 15 (Ryle vs. Southwestern, 2 p.m. championship) 

LIVE STATS

Live statistical updates of every girls’ Sweet Sixteen game will be provided freely by the KHSAA through Stat Broadcast.

Links to the remaining girls’ Sweet Sixteen stats broadcasts are below:

Game 15 (Ryle vs. Southwestern, 2 p.m. championship)

MORE INFO

Here are some helpful links provided by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association:

Purchase tickets

Rupp Arena parking diagram

Official tournament program (includes complete rosters and team photos)

List of KHSAA girls’ Sweet Sixteen state champions and tournament scores

List of KHSAA girls’ Sweet Sixteen state tournament records

Josh Moore is a digital sports reporter who specializes in preps coverage. He’s in his fourth year reporting for the Lexington Herald-Leader, where he’s been employed since 2009. Moore graduated with a B.A. in Integrated Strategic Communication and English from the University of Kentucky in 2013.


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