Holmes leads at the half because of a balanced attack. JeMei Riley, Ricardo Johnson and Jeremiah Johnson has nine points each.
A 12-4 run in overtime gives it to Lexington Catholic. Sanford took over in the fourth quarter and overtime to push the Knights out to the win.
Overtime...Sanford hit a driving lay-up to send the game in OT. Catholic has scored two straight and are up 62-58 in the first minute of OT
impressed with Bowling Green. They are down at the half by two but they have looked very good.
We're four minutes away from the start of the first game at the National City/KHSAA "Sweet 16". Follow today's games on the News Journal website. The top bracket features Hazard vs.
The best game of the tournament so far. With the game tied 51-51 Alex Morrison hit a basket with :17 left.
The Central Yellow Jackets got off to a fast start and never trailed in the first half of this game. Ridge Wilson led the Jackets with 10 first half points.
What an ending to a high school basketball season. The Hazard Bulldogs led West Jessamine, 40-28 when they went ice cold from the field.
I thought the Colts would be more impressive than they have been in the first half. They trail the Bulldogs, 30-24 at the half.
March Madness is in full swing. The Corbin Redhounds are headed to the National City/KHSAA Sweet 16 for the 13th time in the history of its basketball program.
The #6 ranked Corbin Redhounds captured the 50th District Tournament at Williamsburg Friday night, turning back the South Laurel Cardinals, 66-58.
The first of three News Journal Classics was played tonight at Williamsburg with the Jackets hosting Lynn Camp. Why three Classics?
Later today, Should home school students play at local schools?
The Touchstone Energy All "A" Classic is underway in Richmond this week. The girls got underway Wednesday while the boys will take center stage Friday. I have a suggestion!
I hate when any sort of inclement weather comes around here.
Twice on Friday, I nearly died on Whitley County roadways.
The inauguration came and went Tuesday and thanks to modern technology, I was able to catch the majority of President Obama's speech on AOL radio.