Boys: Christian County lost for the second consecutive night, falling at Paducah Tilghman 75-64. The Colonels had three players in double figures with Eric Brody leading the way with 22 points with Fred Tandy and reserve Stephon Bussell each adding 14. The Colonels fell to 7-8 on the season while Paducah Tilghman improved to 8-6.
Other scores saw Franklin Simpson defeat Todd Central 47-37, Logan County routed Russellville 87-60, Bowling Green edged Greenwood 57-56. South Warren over Glasgow 63-55, Warren Central crushed Warren East 77-45, Caldwell County blasted Dawson Springs 92-53.
Henderson County eased by Muhlenberg County 60-54, Livingston Central edged Trigg County 38-37, Lyon County topped Crittenden County 62-49, Mayfield eased by Graves County 69-64 and Union County defeated Webster County 61-57.
Girls: Barren County defeated Christian County 62-54, Hopkinsville blasted Fort Campbell 66-12, Madisonville routed University Heights 66-26, Franklin Simpson over Todd Central 38-31, Logan County routed Russellville 60-33, Bowling Green over Greenwood 49-38, Glasgow defeated South Warren 46-34, Warren East defeated Warren Central 42-30.
Henderson County over Hopkins Central 63-55, Trigg County topped Livingston Central 41-31, Webster County topped Union County 68-22, Calloway County edged Marshall County 46-45, Crittenden County eased by Lyon County 53-50, Graves County crushed Mayfield 65-28.