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Krouse Retirement

Long-time WCBL Sports broadcaster honored

At a ceremony held at Sugar & Spice on the Benton Court Square, WCBL Sports saluted former Marshall County Football Coach, and long-time color commentator for the Marshall Football broadcasts, Larry Krouse. After the completion of the 2014 season, Larry announced his retirement from the booth after providing color analysis for 20 years. Larry currently operates the State Farm agency on the Benton Court Square. The WCBL family presented Larry with a plaque commemorating his service to us and the community for so many years. Pictured above (L-R): WCBL Sports Studio Operator Aaron Clayton, WCBL Owner Jim Freeland, WCBL Sports Director Jeff Waters, Larry Krouse, WCBL Sideline Reporter Jeremy Rose and WCBL General Manager Chris Freeland.

Historic match-up equals historic rout as Cats blow by UCLA in the Windy City

Devin Booker had 19 points, and the Kentucky Wildcats scored the first 24 points in an 83-44 victory over the UCLA Bruins on Saturday. Aaron Harrison added 15 points, and the Wildcats (12-0) handed the Bruins (8-4) one of their most-lopsided losses ever. The first meeting between the storied programs in eight years turned ugly as soon as the game started, with Kentucky dominating UCLA in every possible way. It was so bad that officials lost track of one of the Bruins' second-half baskets and put out an amended box score about 90 minutes after the game. It hardly mattered. The opening 24-0 run was eight shy of the record between two Division I teams, set by Connecticut against New Hampshire on Dec. 12, 1990. And the 39-point margin was nine shy of the Bruins' record. Kentucky led 41-7 at the intermission. It was the lowest point total in a half for UCLA and the fewest by a Kentucky opponent since December 1943. Booker hit 5 of 6 3-pointers and 7 of 10 shots overall. Harrison made three 3-pointers, nailing one to start the game, and Kentucky hit 12 in all from long range to the delight of their cheering fans. The Wildcats also played stifling defense, with the Bruins missing their first 17 shots and going 19 for 71. Isaac Hamilton led UCLA with 14 points and Bryce Alford scored 13. But they came after Kentucky put this one away - which didn't take long. In the second game of a doubleheader at the United Center that started with No. 24 North Carolina beating No. 12 Ohio State, the Wildcats erased all doubt about this one almost as soon as it started. Harrison's 3 from the wing got things started, and Kentucky just poured it on from there, blocking shots, breaking for dunks and nailing jumpers. Wildcat fans just about came unglued after Harrison nailed a 3 to make it 16-0 with 16:27 remaining, chanting ''Go Big Blue!'' during a timeout. And the lead continued to climb. Booker capped the run with back-to-back 3-pointers and a breakaway dunk off a block by Dakari Johnson against Alford, making it 24-0 with 12:40 left in the half. The Bruins finally broke the shutout 23 seconds later on a layup by Kevon Looney. With a week to recoup from an awe-inspiring performance, the Cats will need all the rest they can get as they prepare for the Battle of the Bluegrass on Saturday at the KFC Yum! Center against the also undefeated Louisville Cardinals. Pregame at 11:30 am, tipoff at 1:00 pm on 99.1 FM WCBL Sports.

Brawl and all, Cards "Topp" WKU as part of fierce in-state battle

Terry Rozier took charge after the first-half ejection of Montrezl Harrell to score a career-high 32 points, including 26 in the second half, to lead fourth-ranked Louisville past Western Kentucky 76-67 on Saturday. Rozier closed Louisville's scoring with five free throws down the stretch to finish 11 of 13 from the line and made three 3-pointers that quashed the Hilltoppers' hopes of seizing momentum following Harrell's exit with 38.7 seconds remaining in the first half. The preseason first-team All-American was assessed a flagrant-2 foul for throwing an elbow following a shoving match after a loose ball scramble. Chris Jones added 10 points for Louisville (10-0), which made 5 of 10 from long range in the second half to keep a safe cushion against WKU (5-5). Freshman 7-footer Anas Mahmoud added six points and five rebounds as the Cardinals outrebounded their opponents 37-35. T.J. Price scored 24 points and D.J. Clayton 14 for the Hilltoppers, who got within 73-67 with 39 seconds left before Rozier added three free throws to seal the game. On the outside looking in was Harrell, who had 14 points and six rebounds before losing his cool late in the first half. He became tangled with several Hilltoppers on the floor in a scrum that quickly escalated into a shoving match when Harrell got up off the floor. As referees tried to separate players, Harrell swung an elbow and kept yelling after being restrained. After the officials reviewed video, Harrell was assessed a Flagrant 2 foul and ejected. Western Kentucky's D.J. Clayton received a technical foul, along with technicals issued to both benches. Rozier helped the Cardinals regain their focus and composure in a game that was at times ragged and chippy. Louisville shot 50 percent in the second half and finish 42 percent overall. More importantly, the Cardinals seemed to overcome every WKU attempt to rally before a capacity crowd. Harrell's ejection spoiled a strong first half that began with him scoring Louisville's first seven points and providing a response to back-to-back baskets by WKU's George Fant. He provided nearly half the offense as the Cardinals led 29-24 at the break despite 36-percent shooting and 1 of 12 from long range. Though the Hilltoppers made three more 3s than the Cardinals, they went cold for nearly five minutes and shot just 27 percent in the first 20 minutes. Another in-state battle awaits the Cards next Saturday...except this time, it's against the undefeated #1 Kentucky Wildcats in the Battle of the Bluegrass. Pregame at 11:30 am, tipoff at 1:00 pm on K95.7 WCCK Sports.

Racers cash in at "The Bank" with second-half burst to fly by Redbirds

Jarvis Williams scored 21 points and Cameron Payne had 20 and Murray State took control in the second half to defeat Illinois State 89-77 on Saturday. Jeffery Moss added 14 points and Justin Seymour came off the bench for 13 for the Racers (8-4). Daishon Knight hit four 3-pointers and had 26 points for the Redbirds (6-4) while Tony Williams added 14. Murray State shot 52 percent in the first half but trailed the Redbirds 42-37 as Knight poured in 16 points. Then the Racers hit 17 of 24 shots in the second half to take control. There were 12 lead changes but Murray State opened the second half with a 14-4 run to take the lead for good, although the margin didn't hit double figures until the final six minutes. The only other time the two teams met was 43 years ago when Doug Collins scored 29 points for the Redbirds in an 85-74 loss. It's a rivalry renewed for the Navy & Blue as the Racers travel north to SIU for a Monday night battle against the Salukis. Tipoff at 7:05 pm.

'Titan'ic loss only boosts draft pick as Jags best Tennessee in battle of the worst

Blake Bortles revived a stagnant offense. Jordan Todman provided some cushion with a big run. And Sen'Derrick Marks sealed the victory with the most rewarding sack of his career. The trio provided all the highlights in the Jacksonville Jaguars' 21-13 victory over the Tennessee Titans on Thursday night. In a matchup that was widely billed as unwatchable, Bortles, Todman and Marks offered some compelling moments in a relatively meaningless game. Bortles completed 13 of 26 passes for 115 yards and a touchdown, a 4-yard pass to Marcedes Lewis that got Jacksonville going late in the second quarter. Todman's 62-yard run put the Jaguars ahead for good. He juked one defender and stiff-armed another in his first carry of the night. He leaped into the stands after his first score of the season. Marks' play, though, will get all the attention. With the Titans driving, Marks sacked Charlie Whitehurst on the final play. It gave him 8 1/2 sacks on the season, triggering a $600,000 bonus in his contract. He stood up and rubbed his fingers together before getting mobbed by teammates near midfield. The Jaguars (3-12) won for the second time in four weeks thanks to a rejuvenated offense that had been mostly stagnant for four-plus games. Playing the Titans (2-13) surely aided the effort. Tennessee lost its ninth consecutive game and moved a step closer to securing the No. 1 draft pick. The Jaguars had only 16 yards of offense until Bortles led them on an 80-yard drive at the end of the first half, ending it with a 1-yard pass to tight end Marcedes Lewis in the left corner of the end zone. The Jaguars got the ball to start the second half, and Bortles found Marquise Lee on a 34-yard catch-and-run on third-and 7. After two more completions, Jacksonville went to some trickery with a backward to Cecil Shorts III, who then threw across the field to Todman to the 9. It looked as if Jacksonville would have to settle for a tying field when Bortles was flushed from the pocket and scrambled down the sideline to the 2 on third-and-goal. But linebacker Avery Williamson was called for holding Lewis away from the play, giving the Jaguars new life. Toby Gerhart punched it in from the 1 on the next play. The turnaround for the Jaguars was surprising. Losers of seven of their last eight games, the Jaguars had only two offensive touchdowns in their previous 46 drives over four games and nearly two quarters, and just like that, Bortles took them down the field for touchdowns on consecutive drives. That was a bright spot in a game otherwise devoid of them early. For the final NFL game on Thursday night this year, about the only thing at stake was the inside track for the No. 1 pick, and likely a slightly easier schedule. In this case, the loser had more to gain. The Titans were led by third-stringer Whitehurst, who was replacing Zack Mettenberger. Whitehurst couldn't miss at the start, and for the first time this year, the Titans scored a touchdown on their opening possession. Whitehurst completed all six of his passes and capped an 84-yard drive on the Titans' first possession with an 8-yard scoring pass to Jacksonville native Leon Washington. It was the first time this year the Jaguars had given up a touchdown on the opening drive. Houston now is the only team with that distinction. The Titans smartly made sure their picked up more points midway through the second quarter. On third-and-18, Whitehurst found Kendall Wright in soft coverage over the middle for a 13-yard gain that enabled Ryan Succop to attempt a 50-yard field goal. It cleared the cross bar with a few yards to spare. At that point, the Titans had a 179-16 advantage in yards, and held the ball for 13 more minutes. The Jaguars had only one first down, and their longest play from scrimmage was a 7-yard swing pass to Gerhart on the second play of their opening possession. But things turned from there. Quite possibly a loss away from grabbing the #1 overall pick in the 2015 Draft, the Titans will take on their arch-rival and one of the best in 2014 in their finale on Sunday, December 28, in the Indianapolis Colts. Pregame at 11:00 am, kickoff at noon on K95.7 WCCK Sports.

Four Marshals make All-WKC Team

The West Kentucky Football Coaches Association held their annual awards ceremony at the Kenneth Shadowen Performing Arts Center on the campus of Marshall County High School. A total of 21 high schools from across the region had players that were recognized for their accomplishments on the field this past season. Marshall County had four representatives on this year's team. They include seniors Lane Roberts, Sam Dunn, Iverson Ware and James Ambler. Roberts, Dunn and Ware were selected as honorable mention, while Ambler was selected First Team Defense in the big school division and will be invited to play in the West Kentucky/Southern Illinois All-Star Game this June.

Poythress tears ACL in practice, out for rest of the season

Alex Poythress tore the ACL in his left knee during Thursday's practice and will miss the rest of the season for top-ranked Kentucky, the school announced Friday morning. A date for surgery has not been set, but recovery typically takes six to eight months. Coach John Calipari said Poythress was injured on a breakaway layup without contact. Poythress' injury causes a major shake-up to Calipari's two-platoon system, in which the 6-foot-8 junior was averaging 5.5 points and 3.8 rebounds in 20 minutes of action.

Hatcher leaves Murray State for Samford

Samford has hired Chris Hatcher as its next football coach. Hatcher has spent the last five seasons at Murray State and led the Racers to a 27-30 overall record. MSU never won a OVC Championship nor made the playoffs under Hatcher. The Racers were 3-9 this season. Hatcher has an all-time record of 121-60. He's also been the head coach at Georgia Southern (2007-09) and Valdosta State (2000-06). He's the winningest coach in Valdosta State history and won the D-II National Championship in 2004. Samford is a member of the Southern Conference.

Cards and Braves announce four-player trade

Needing to fill an unexpected hole in right field for 2015, the Cardinals went for a big splash, acquiring outfielder Jason Heyward from the Braves along with right-handed reliever Jordan Walden. The cost was heavy, however, as the Cardinals sent a pair of former first-round Draft picks -- right-handers Shelby Miller and Tyrell Jenkins -- to Atlanta to complete the four-player trade on Monday. The trade comes three weeks after the death of 22-year-old outfielder Oscar Taveras, who, along with Randal Grichuk and Stephen Piscotty, was expected to cover the right-field position in 2015. Uncertain if Grichuk and Piscotty alone could provide the Cardinals with the offensive upgrade they sought, general manager John Mozeliak vowed to look elsewhere for help. With the free-agent market thin on outfielders, Mozeliak said early in the process that a trade might be necessary to sufficiently fill the outfield void. In the end, he was able to deal from an area of surplus, as the Cardinals clearly believe they have enough starting pitching depth to weather the departure of Miller, who had been a member of the rotation for the last two seasons. In Heyward, the Cardinals get an elite defender with a career slash line of .262/.351/.429 in five seasons with the Braves. Heyward is due $7.8 million in 2015 as part of the second installment of a two-year, $13.3 million contract that he signed to cover his final two seasons of arbitration.

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HIGH SCHOOL SCOREBOARD

Boys Basketball: Cordia 56 Webster Co. 46 Final (12/20)

Boys Basketball: Ohio Co. 75 Hopkins Co. Cen. 62 Final (12/20)

Boys Basketball: Bell Co. 72 Union Co. 62 Final (12/20)

Boys Basketball: CFS 52 CCA 42 Final (12/20)

Boys Basketball: Dawson Springs 65 Joppa-Maple Grove, Ill. 61 Final (12/20)

Boys Basketball: Fulton Co. 71 Trinity (Whitesville) 69 Final (12/20)

Boys Basketball: Fort Campbell 56 Lyon Co. 50 Final (12/20)

Boys Basketball: Lyon Co. 47 Hickman Co. 37 OT Final (12/20)

Boys Basketball: McLean Co. 77 Fort Campbell 52 Final (12/20)

Boys Basketball: McLean Co. 76 Hickman Co. 57 Final (12/20)

Boys Basketball: Calloway Co. 77 Todd Co. Cen. 50 Final (12/20)

Boys Basketball: Carlisle Co. 78 Livingston Cen. 62 Final (12/20)

Girls Basketball: Graves Co. 62 Dresden, Tenn. 49 Final (12/20)

Girls Basketball: Murray 51 Graves Co. 47 Final (12/20)

Girls Basketball: Tilghman 71 Murray 50 Final (12/20)

Girls Basketball: Tilghman 73 Dresden, Tenn. 41 Final (12/20)

Girls Basketball: Christian Co. 52 McCracken Co. 44 Final (12/20)

Girls Basketball: Hopkinsville 79 Clarksville Northeast, Tenn. 63 Final (12/20)

Girls Basketball: UHA 65 Webster Co. 56 Final (12/20)

Girls Basketball: Fulton Co. 35 Trinity (Whitesville) 23 Final (12/20)

Girls Basketball: Houston Co., Tenn. 43 Marshall Co. 33 Final (12/20)

Girls Basketball: Marshall Co. 45 Union City, Tenn. 42 Final (12/20)

Girls Basketball: Lyon Co. 48 Hickman Co. 23 Final (12/20)

Girls Basketball: Lyon Co. 64 Ballard Mem. 39 Final (12/20)

Girls Basketball: McLean Co. 74 Ballard Mem. 40 Final (12/20)

Girls Basketball: McLean Co. 79 Hickman Co. 17 Final (12/20)

Girls Basketball: Madisonville-NH 37 Evansville Bosse, Ind. 29 Final (12/20)

Boys Basketball: Joppa-Maple Grove, Ill. 69 CFS 39 Final (12/19)

Boys Basketball: Hickman Co. 64 Ft. Campbell 61 OT Final (12/19)

Boys Basketball: McLean Co. 58 Lyon Co. 50 Final (12/19)

Boys Basketball: Carlisle Co. 68 Mayfield 64 OT Final (12/19)

Boys Basketball: Christian Co. 73 Russellville 52 Final (12/19)

Boys Basketball: Crittenden Co. 59 Livingston Cen. 41 Final (12/19)

Boys Basketball: St. Mary 51 Fulton City 31 Final (12/19)

Girls Basketball: Graves Co. 84 Frederick Douglass, Tenn. 52 Final (12/19)

Girls Basketball: Murray 54 Craigmont, Tenn. 41 Final (12/19)

Girls Basketball: Christian Co. 74 Clarksville Northeast, Tenn. 61 Final (12/19)

Girls Basketball: UHA 66 McCracken Co. 52 Final (12/19)

Girls Basketball: Fulton Co. 39 Dawson Spring 34 Final (12/19)

Girls Basketball: Marshall Co. 63 Kenwood, Tenn. 56 OT Final (12/19)

Girls Basketball: Lyon Co. 56 McLean Co. 47 Final (12/19)

Girls Basketball: Ballard Mem. 46 Hickman Co. 27 Final (12/19)

Girls Basketball: Union Co. 56 Barren Co. 50 Final (12/19)

Girls Basketball: Carlisle Co. 60 Mayfield 40 Final (12/19)

Girls Basketball: Crittenden Co. 42 Livingston Cen. 40 Final (12/19)

Girls Basketball: Hopkins Co. Cen. 80 Logan Co. 73 Final (12/19)

Boys Basketball: Dawson Springs 47 CCA 39 Final (12/18)

Boys Basketball: Graves Co. 66 Ballard Mem. 49 Final (12/18)

Boys Basketball: Henderson Co. 72 Muhlenberg Co. 47 Final (12/18)

Boys Basketball: Madisonville-NH 66 Trigg Co. 51 Final (12/18)

Boys Basketball: Murray 106 UHA 72 Final (12/18)

Boys Basketball: Tilghman 81 Hickman Co. 57 Final (12/18)

Boys Basketball: Webster Co. 56 St. Mary 47 Final (12/18)

Boys Basketball: West Creek, Tenn. 56 Ft. Campbell 39 Final (12/18)

Girls Basketball: Dresden, Tenn. 54 Calloway Co. 37 Final (12/18)

Girls Basketball: Graves Co. 49 Gibson Co., Tenn. 43 Final (12/18)

Girls Basketball: Murray 54 Westview, Tenn. 43 Final (12/18)

Girls Basketball: Tilghman 58 Chester Co., Tenn. 27 Final (12/18)

Girls Basketball: Tilghman 72 Henry Co., Tenn. 49 Final (12/18)

Girls Basketball: Trinity (Whitesville) 44 CCA 41 Final (12/18)

Girls Basketball: Daviess Co. 73 Webster Co. 58 Final (12/18)

Girls Basketball: Franklin-Simpson 64 Ft. Campbell 34 Final (12/18)

Boys Basketball: Fulton Co. 64 CFS 33 Final (12/16)

Boys Basketball: Trinity (Whitesville) 74 Dawson Springs 51 Final (12/16)

Boys Basketball: Ballard Mem. 76 Livingston Cen. 46 Final (12/16)

Boys Basketball: Caldwell Co. 88 UHA 79 Final (12/16)

Boys Basketball: Carlisle Co. 52 Fulton City 47 Final (12/16)

Boys Basketball: Crittenden Co. 56 Union Co. 53 Final (12/16)

Boys Basketball: Madisonville-NH 67 Hopkins Co. Cen. 57 Final (12/16)

Boys Basketball: McCracken Co. 74 Mayfield 50 Final (12/16)

Boys Basketball: Murray 53 Marshall Co. 35 Final (12/16)

Boys Basketball: Owensboro Sr. 89 Christian Co. 57 Final (12/16)

Boys Basketball: Trigg Co. 54 Lyon Co. 39 Final (12/16)

Boys Basketball: Webster Co. 55 McLean Co. 52 Final (12/16)

Girls Basketball: Ballard Mem. 61 Livingston Cen. 52 Final (12/16)

Girls Basketball: Caldwell Co. 58 UHA 56 Final (12/16)

Girls Basketball: Carlisle Co. 58 Fulton City 43 Final (12/16)

Girls Basketball: Christian Co. 55 Owensboro Sr. 44 Final (12/16)

Girls Basketball: Daviess Co. 61 Union Co. 29 Final (12/16)

Girls Basketball: Evansville Mater Dei, Ind. 52 Henderson Co. 47 Final (12/16)

Girls Basketball: Hopkinsville 45 Crittenden Co. 39 Final (12/16)

Girls Basketball: Kenwood, Tenn. 68 Ft. Campbell 31 Final (12/16)

Girls Basketball: Lyon Co. 64 Trigg Co. 26 Final (12/16)

Girls Basketball: Madisonville-NH 45 Hopkins Co. Cen. 36 Final (12/16)

Girls Basketball: McCracken Co. 66 Mayfield 31 Final (12/16)

Girls Basketball: Murray 60 Marshall Co. 42 Final (12/16)

Boys Basketball: Fulton Co. 75 Joppa-Maple Grove, Ill. 41 Final (12/15)

Boys Basketball: Crittenden Co. 71 Dawson Springs 50 Final (12/15)

Boys Basketball: Graves Co. 70 Hickman Co. 42 Final (12/15)

Boys Basketball: Mayfield 65 St. Mary 51 Final (12/15)

Boys Basketball: McCracken Co. 84 CCA 22 Final (12/15)

Boys Basketball: Trigg Co. 72 Ft. Campbell 55 Final (12/15)

Girls Basketball: Graves Co. 69 Ballard Mem. 21 Final (12/15)

Girls Basketball: Henderson Co. 83 Webster Co. 48 Final (12/15)

Girls Basketball: McCracken Co. 64 CCA 27 Final (12/15)

Boys Basketball: Evansville Bosse, Ind. 54 Madisonville-NH 48 Final (12/13)

Boys Basketball: Webster Co. 65 Carlisle Co. 27 Final (12/13)

Boys Basketball: Christian Co. 57 Calloway Co. 50 Final (12/13)

Boys Basketball: Hopkinsville 88 Fern Creek 86 Final (12/13)

Boys Basketball: Crittenden Co. 59 Hardin, Ill. 51 Final (12/13)

Boys Basketball: Portland Christian 65 CFS 34 Final (12/13)

Boys Basketball: Trinity (Whitesville) 90 Dawson Springs 47 Final (12/13)

Girls Basketball: Madisonville-NH 48 Hopkinsville 27 Final (12/13)

Girls Basketball: Carlisle Co. 52 Ballard Mem. 37 Final (12/13)

Girls Basketball: Dawson Springs 42 Trinity (Whitesville) 36 Final (12/13)

Girls Basketball: Henderson Co. 79 Bullitt East 64 Final (12/13)

Girls Basketball: Lake Co., Tenn. 39 Fulton Co. 29 Final (12/13)

Girls Basketball: Muhlenberg Co. 49 Union Co. 43 Final (12/13)

Girls Basketball: Tilghman 85 Hickman Co. 26 Final (12/13)

Boys Basketball: Butler Co. 76 Hopkins Co. Cen. 70 Final (12/12)

Boys Basketball: Christian Co. 74 Greenwood 54 Final (12/12)

Boys Basketball: Hopkinsville 89 Caldwell Co. 51 Final (12/12)

Boys Basketball: Warren Cen. 111 UHA 67 Final (12/12)

Boys Basketball: Calloway Co. 52 Graves Co. 39 Final (12/12)

Boys Basketball: Carlisle Co. 70 Hickman Co. 68 Final (12/12)

Boys Basketball: Crittenden Co. 57 Lyon Co. 53 Final (12/12)

Boys Basketball: Evangel Christian 82 CFS 32 Final (12/12)

Boys Basketball: Evansville Day, Ind. 60 Union Co. 59 Final (12/12)

Boys Basketball: Fulton City 69 CCA 22 Final (12/12)

Boys Basketball: Henderson Co. 63 Bowling Green 57 Final (12/12)

Boys Basketball: Madisonville-NH 70 Dawson Springs 32 Final (12/12)

Boys Basketball: McCracken Co. 54 Marshall Co. 47 Final (12/12)

Boys Basketball: Murray 72 Tilghman 68 Final (12/12)

Boys Basketball: Trigg Co. 66 Livingston Cen. 42 Final (12/12)

Girls Basketball: Evansville Reitz, Ind. 59 Webster Co. 41 Final (12/12)

Girls Basketball: Ballard Mem. 49 St. Mary 45 Final (12/12)

Girls Basketball: Caldwell Co. 64 Hopkins Co. Cen. 60 Final (12/12)

Girls Basketball: Carlisle Co. 64 Hickman Co. 27 Final (12/12)

Girls Basketball: Crittenden Co. 54 Lyon Co. 47 Final (12/12)

Girls Basketball: Fulton City 63 CCA 39 Final (12/12)

Girls Basketball: Graves Co. 53 Calloway Co. 16 Final (12/12)

Girls Basketball: Livingston Cen. 73 Trigg Co. 45 Final (12/12)

Girls Basketball: Madisonville-NH 52 Dawson Springs 19 Final (12/12)

Girls Basketball: Marshall Co. 49 McCracken Co. 23 Final (12/12)

Girls Basketball: UHA 90 Hopkinsville 51 Final (12/12)

Boys Basketball: CFS 42 Carroll Academy, Tenn. 30 Final (12/11)

Boys Basketball: Mayfield 56 Fulton City 39 Final (12/11)

Boys Basketball: Murray 71 Fulton Co. 29 Final (12/11)

Boys Basketball: St. Mary 51 CCA 15 Final (12/11)

Boys Basketball: Webster Co. 68 Ft. Campbell 25 Final (12/11)

Girls Basketball: Graves Co. 47 Carbondale, Ill. 40 Final (12/11)

Girls Basketball: Massac Co., Ill. 46 Murray 42 Final (12/11)

Girls Basketball: Livingston Cen. 77 Dawson Springs 46 Final (12/11)

Girls Basketball: St. Mary 51 CCA 43 Final (12/11)

Girls Basketball: Tilghman 59 Christian Co. 35 Final (12/11)

Boys Basketball: Calloway Co. 68 McCracken Co. 44 Final (12/9)

Boys Basketball: Carlisle Co. 58 Marshall Co. 57 Final (12/9)

Boys Basketball: Christian Co. 93 Madisonville-NH 85 Final (12/9)

Boys Basketball: Crittenden Co. 77 Caldwell Co. 75 2OT Final (12/9)

Boys Basketball: Fulton City 56 CFS 20 Final (12/9)

Boys Basketball: Hopkins Co. Cen. 67 Trigg Co. 52 Final (12/9)

Boys Basketball: Hopkinsville 107 UHA 65 Final (12/9)

Boys Basketball: Mayfield 74 Hickman Co. 50 Final (12/9)

Boys Basketball: Tilghman 98 CCA 31 Final (12/9)

Boys Basketball: St. Mary 72 Livingston Cen. 44 Final (12/9)

Boys Basketball: Union Co. 89 Dawson Springs 52 Final (12/9)

Girls Basketball: Graves Co. 51 Massac Co., Ill. 38 Final (12/9)

Girls Basketball: Murray 67 Carbondale, Ill. 37 Final (12/9)

Girls Basketball: Crittenden Co. 47 Caldwell Co. 43 Final (12/9)

Girls Basketball: Henderson Co. 67 Castle, Ind. 44 Final (12/9)

Girls Basketball: Hickman Co. 35 Mayfield 34 Final (12/9)

Girls Basketball: Livingston Cen. 51 St. Mary 38 Final (12/9)

Girls Basketball: Madisonville-NH 47 Christian Co. 45 Final (12/9)

Girls Basketball: Marshall Co. 64 Ft. Campbell 10 Final (12/9)

Girls Basketball: McCracken Co. 41 Calloway Co. 39 Final (12/9)

Girls Basketball: Tilghman 66 CCA 27 Final (12/9)

Girls Basketball: UHA 72 Lyon Co. 60 Final (12/9)

Girls Basketball: Webster Co. 79 Hopkins Co. Cen. 58 Final (12/9)

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