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BRIENSBURG — When Rema Howard and Gracie Howard both went to the bench quickly with early foul trouble, Livingston Central took advantage and attacked the inside to earn the 54-51 road win over Christian Fellowship in high school basketball on Thursday.

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LA CENTER — After trailing by as many as 14 points in the first half of Thursday’s game against visiting Fulton County, Ballard Memorial came out of halftime with a purpose.

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Jacksonville State used a hot shooting effort and held off a furious Murray State comeback late in an 85-82 Ohio Valley Conference victory on Thursday at the CFSB Center in Murray.

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ATHENS, Ga. — Andrew Garcia scored 16 points, P.J. Horne a made a go-ahead layup with 1.3 seconds left, and Georgia snapped a 14-game losing streak against Kentucky with a 63-62 victory on Wednesday night.

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Photos are from the basketball games on Tuesday, Jan. 19, between Community Christian Academy and St. Mary. The CCA girls edged the Lady Vikings 46-45, while the St. Mary boys routed the Warriors 89-53.

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St. Mary senior Jack Bell (33) gets off a shot against CCA’s Ty Wilson (5) during Tuesday’s game. Bell finished with 18 points.

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MAYFIELD — The Graves County Eagles got back in the win column on Tuesday night, defeating the Fulton City Bulldogs 76-32 at the Eagles’ Nest.

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Caldwell County senior John Paredes (top) works to pin his opponent Saturday in the Calloway County Invitational wrestling tournament.

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Above left: Caldwell County sophomore Cofy Walls (left) puts a move on his opponent in a 126-pound weight bout during Saturday’s Calloway County Invitational wrestling tournament. Above right: Caldwell senior John Paredes (top) works to pin his opponent,

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PRINCETON — Lyon County faced Caldwell County in their second meeting in three days, with the Lyons again on top by a wide margin Monday night, 93-63.

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BENTON — Overtime is typically a test of will and stamina, as those extra four minutes are usually when fatigue starts to set in. But instead of fatigue, it was all adrenaline for the McCracken County boys basketball team Monday night, as the Mustangs outscored Marshall County 11-0 in the ex…

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Webster holds off Calloway County, 71-64

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FULTON — Bryce Haas earned a double-double with 17 points and 11 rebounds as he led a St. Mary attack that pressed Fulton City out of its gym very quickly, 75-21 Monday.

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EDDYVILLE — The fast-paced, up-tempo style that Lyon County has was like nothing the Caldwell County team had seen all year, and it had its effects early, giving the Lyons the 88-60 win in the Second Region All “A” Classic championship game on Saturday.

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By his own admission, Eli Brown got off to somewhat of a slow start through the Paducah Tilghman boys basketball team’s first three games of the season. The senior got out of that funk Saturday night, though, scoring 27 points to lead the Blue Tornado to a 79-56 home win over Graves County.

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DRAFFENVILLE — In the first matchup between Marshall County and McCracken County, the Lady Marshals left everything on the court with Cayson Conner and Halle Langhi being two who were especially generous in a 63-32 win over the Lady Mustangs Saturday at Reed Conder Gymnasium.

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While COVID-19 has caused more than a few headaches and disruptions to basketball schedules this season, Murray State used Thursday’s postponement at Southeast Missouri to its advantage and followed with a 79-57 thrashing of UT Martin on Saturday in Martin, Tennessee, snapping a four-game lo…

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EVANSVILLE — Unbeaten Evansville Bosse needed a pair of free throws with seven seconds left to edge McCracken County 53-52 Saturday at the Harrison Warrior Shootout.

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Chelsey Perry tossed in 36 points as UT Martin topped Murray State 77-71 in Ohio Valley Conference women’s basketball Saturday at Martin, Tennessee.

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MURRAY — When the Marshall County Marshals and Calloway County Lakers meet up on the basketball court, there is an electricity that flows through the gymnasium. That was no different Friday, as the Lakers took down the visiting Marshals, 75-74, in a Fourth District matchup.

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Crittenden County's Tyler Boone (left) and Caldwell County's Tripp Branch (center) and Jabrion Spikes fight to get a rebound late in the All "A" Classic semifinal game Friday night.

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Crittenden County's Maddux Carlson (left) and Caldwell County's Tripp Branch go after a loose ball in the second quarter of the All "A" Classic semifinal game at Eddyville on Friday. Caldwell County battled to a 49-47 win.

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Leading by 16 entering the fourth quarter of Friday’s home game against Webster County, the McCracken County girls basketball team appeared on its way to a comfortable win. Things got a little dicey down the stretch, but the Lady Mustangs still hung on for a double-digit victory, 58-45.

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McCracken County senior Noah Dumas (right) stands with his parents, Shawn and Jackie Dumas, while being recognized for surpassing 1,000 career points prior to Tuesday’s game against Paducah Tilghman.

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Tilghman 75, Fulton County 30 — At Hickman, Paducah Tilghman moved the ball quite well against the zone of Fulton County to pull away early from this contest. Jayvion Powell led the Tornado offense with 14 points with Eli Brown not far behind with 11 and Jackson Goodwin with 10. Wesley Brown…

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• Noah Dumas got McCracken County within one point on a driving layup with 18 seconds left, but Darhyus Suggs hit four free throws after that as Evansville Harrison out of Indiana, defeated the Mustangs 52-47 during the Warrior Shootout in Evansville on Friday night.

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MAYFIELD — It took a few minutes of game action for the Graves County Eagles to get going Thursday against visiting Community Christian Academy. But once they hit their stride, there was no looking back en route to a 78-59 victory.

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Kentucky’s 2020-21 deer seasons, fruitful or frustrating according to the individual experiences of about 100,000 hunters, come to a grinding halt Monday.