High School Basketball

High school basketball highlights: Jan. 14


■ Darius Gibson hit a three-pointer with five seconds left that gave Tates Creek a 41-39 victory at Lexington Catholic. The Knights, ranked 19th in Dave Cantrall's Rating the State, led by as many as seven in the third quarter before Vincent Maddox's three-pointer and Brian Tilford's basket put the Commodores in front 38-37 with 1:45 to play. Lexington Catholic's Craig Floyd put his team back in front before Gibson provided the game-winner.

■ Sixth-ranked Scott County rolled to an 84-47 victory against visiting Bryan Station. Isaiah Ivey scored 23 for the Cardinals, who held the Defenders to 26.4 percent from the field. Bryan Station's Jaylen Beckham was 4-for-17 from the field and finished with 14 points.

■ No. 20 Henry Clay held visiting Mason County to 29.5 percent shooting from the field in a 59-38 victory. Darien Tichenor had six points, 11 rebounds and four blocks for the Blue Devils.

Lafayette outscored Lexington Christian 29-8 in the third quarter to pull away for a 78-50 victory at home. Jackson Davis had game-highs for points (22), rebounds (18) and blocks (four).

■ Reid Freeman and Ray Brewer both had double-doubles in Sayre's 83-64 win at home against St. Patrick. Freeman had 30 points, 10 rebounds and six assists, and Brewer had 29 points and 17 rebounds.

Woodford County outscored host Franklin County by 18 in the fourth quarter to rally for an 89-74 victory. Jay Johnson, in his first game back since suffering a torn ACL in the summer, scored 18 points for the Yellowjackets, who were led by Eli Boggess with 26. Ryan Timmons scored 31 for the Flyers.


■ Sydney Moss scored 33 points to go with 11 rebounds in No. 6 Boone County's 68-63 home victory against No. 9 Notre Dame.

■ Shavon Majors scored 18 points in Burgin's 36-32 overtime win at Sayre. Gabby Bowie led the Lady Spartans with 11 points, 15 rebounds and seven blocked shots.

Lexington Christian's Christen Jacob had 19 points and 12 rebounds in a 60-48 home win against Holmes.

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