Mark Goode was 11-for-12 from the floor for a game-high 26 points as LaRue County drilled Taylor County, 65-56. Goode also grabbed nine rebounds.

The Hawks (21-4) have won five in a row and 8-of-9.

Senior Dailliss Cox delivered 21 points, senior Anthony Adkins 18 points and 13 rebounds and sophomore Jeremiah Belton 10 points for the Hawks, who shot 64 percent (32-for-50) from the floor.

LaRue County finishes the regular season Tuesday at home against Elizabethtown and Friday at Warren Central.

JOHN HARDIN 86, NELSON COUNTY 61. The Bulldogs (28-0) remain the only undefeated team in the state.

Junior Alex Matthews scored 21 points, senior Aaron Scott 18, junior Trevon Harris 16, junior Preston Murrell 11 and senior Jachai Walker 9.

John Hardin plays at Hart County on Tuesday and hosts Marion County on Friday before preparing for the 17th District Tournament. The Bulldogs will play at 7 p.m. Feb. 19 at Elizabethtown against the North Hardin-Fort Knox winner.

CENTRAL HARDIN 63, GREEN COUNTY 43. The Bruins (17-7), who have won 7-of-8, outscored the hosts 52-33 over the final three quarters.

Senior Jacob Hobbs, the school’s all-time leading rebounder, had 20 points, nine rebounds, four assists and four steals. He was 8-of-13 from the floor.

Junior Deonco Wilkerson totaled 16 points, five assists and four steals, while junior Chase Elmore had six assists and three rebounds and junior Gavin George four rebounds.

Central Hardin concludes its regular season Tuesday at Breckinridge County and Thursday at home against Meade County in the second game of a girls/boys doubleheader.

ELIZABETHTOWN 89. BARDSTOWN 83. The Panthers (13-11) have won 3-of-4 and are averaging 75.2 points per game in their last eight outings.

The Panthers finish the regular season Tuesday at LaRue County and Thursday at Bullitt East.

MARION COUNTY 54, NORTH HARDIN 45. The Trojans (11-17) have lost two in a row after winning five straight.

They conclude their reglar season Friday evening at home with Bardstown before beginning the 17th District Tournament at Elizabethtown with an 8 p.m. game against Fort Knox on Feb. 18.

NORTH OLDHAM 70, MEADE COUNTY 48. The Mustangs, led by William Hare’s 26 points and 10 rebounds, handed the Green Wave their 14th loss in 25 starts.

Meade County shot 28 percent (18-for-63) from the floor, including 17 percent (3-for-17) from 3.

Senior Chris Armstead and freshman Chaney Weick each had nine points. Senior Peyton Cole added eight and senior Chezney Weick seven. Cole had six rebounds, senior Camron Nall and Chezney Weick five each, while Chaney Weick had four assists and Armstead three steals.

The Green Wave travel to North Bullitt on Tuesday and Central Hardin on Thursday in the second game of a girls/boys doubleheader.

GRAYSON COUNTY 54, WHITESVILLE TRINITY 51. The Cougars (13-14) won for the sixth time in seven games and clinched the top seed in the 12th District Tournament.

Grayson County sophomore Q’Daryius McHenry finished with 17 points. Junior Nolan Shartzer added 16, while senior Spencer Sharp and freshman Hunter Tomes had eight points apiece.

The same teams will meet in the district tournament in Brownsville, while Edmonson County will take on Butler County.

The Cougars round out the regular season on the road, Tuesday at Daviess County and Friday at Hancock County.

HART COUNTY 83, FORT KNOX 40. LOU. WESTERN 50, FORT KNOX 19. The Eagles (1-20) welcome Kentucky Country Day on Thursday and Whitefield Academy on Friday and then take on North Hardin in 17th District Tournament action Feb. 18 at 8 p.m. at Elizabethtown.


CENTRAL HARDIN 65, GREEN COUNTY 52. The Lady Bruins (15-11) cemented their first winning season in 10 years with the road victory.

Central Hardin entertains South Warren on Monday and Meade County at 6 p.m. Friday in the first game of a girls/boys doubleheader.

NORTH HARDIN 50, THOMAS NELSON 46, OT. The Lady Trojans (15-13) won their third game in a row by going an extra session.

They host Louisville Atherton on Tuesday and Bardstown on Friday to conclude the regular season.

MEADE COUNTY 64, NELSON COUNTY 26. Kendall Wingler scored 28 points, D Griffen had 12 and Mattie Clanton nine for the Lady Waves (11-14).

They finish their regular season Tuesday hosting Thomas Nelson and visiting Central Hardin at 6 p.m. Friday in the first game of a girls/boys doubleheader.

TAYLOR COUNTY 53, LARUE COUNTY 24. LARUE COUNTY 71, WHITEFIELD COUNTY 21. Eighth-grader Natalie Gentry scored 17 points and grabbed six rebounds and senior Kristen Book added 13 points as the Lady Hawks won Saturday, 24 hours after a tough loss.

LaRue County held a 53-18 lead at halftime.

Katelyn Eads had nine points, Bella Thurman seven points and five rebounds, Emma Moore six points and Maleah English six rebounds.

The Lady Hawks visit Campbellsville on Friday to end the regular season.

GRAYSON COUNTY 56, WHITESVILLE TRINITY 49. Junior point guard Kenzie Renfrow finished with 13 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists as the Lady Cougars snapped a six-game losing streak. Rachael Snyder added 12 points, Bailey Snyder 11, and Laura Vincent and Kaylee Masden both finished with 10 points.

Grayson County hosts Muhlenbery County on Monday, visits Hancock County on Friday and plays Whitesville Trinity in the first round of the 12th District Tournament on Feb. 18 at Edmonson County.

JOHN HARDIN 41, BROWN 40. The Lady Bulldogs (4-16) snapped a five-game losing streak.

They clean up regular season play at home Wednesday against Danville and Friday versus Nelson County.

John Hardin opens 17th District Tournament action Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. against Fort Knox at Elizabethtown.

HART COUNTY 55, FORT KNOX 34. FORT KNOX 43, LOU. WESTERN 22. The Lady Eagles (3-18) snapped their 11-game losing streak with the victory.

They welcome Kentucky Country Day on Thursday and Whitefield Academy on Friday and then take on John Hardin in 17th District Tournament action Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. at Elizabethtown.

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