LOCAL SPORTS

Local Sports 1-21-2013

H.S. Girls Basketball

Sat. Night

Johnson Central 56 - Lawrence County 50
Magoffin County 51 vs.Sheldon Clark 46 - 15th Region All “A” Classic
Leslie County 90 vs.Knott County Central 81 - 14th Region All "A" Classic
Letcher County Central 84 vs.Moore 61 - Coaches vs. Cancer (at East Jessamine)    
Boyd County 57 vs. Ashland Blazer 39    
Breathitt County 63 at Estill County 36    
East Ridge 55 at Model 40    
Pike County Central 2 at Mingo Central, WV 0 - forfeit
Wolfe County 62 at Piarist School 46    

Tonight

Russell     - at Paintsville -     7:30 PM
Sheldon Clark - at Pikeville - 7:30 PM
Lawrence County - at Prestonsburg - 7:30 PM
Betsy Layne - at Pike County Central - 7:30 PM
Tug Valley, WV     - at Belfry - 7:30 PM
Morgan County     - at East Carter     - 7:30 PM

H.S. Boys Basketball

Sat. Night

Fleming County 70 at Johnson Central 56
Pikeville 68 vs.Lawrence County 67 - 15th Region All “A” Classic
Knott County Central 78 vs.Wolfe County 34 -14th Region All "A" Classic
Adair County 76 vs.Magoffin County 47 - Al Prewitt Classic (at Henry Clay)    
Hurricane, WV 93 vs.Belfry 65 - Hatfield-McCoy Shootout (at Williamson, WV)    
Sheldon Clark 67 vs.Tolsia,WV 47 - Hatfield-McCoy Shootout (at Williamson, WV)    
Scott County 75 vs. Perry County Central 56 - Toyota Classic
Prestonsburg 65 at Allen Central 30    
Russell 62 vs. Rowan County 55

Tonight

Jackson City -at Breathitt County - 7:30 PM
Elliott County - at Morgan County- 7:30 PM

UK Women's Basketball

A'dia Mathies made eight of her nine shots and had a season high 24 points to help the No. 5 Kentucky Wildcats to a 97-53 win over Auburn on Sunday. UK improves to 18-1, 6-0 SEC and they've won 17 games in a row and are tied with No. 4 Duke for the longest win streak in the country. Auburn drops to 13-6, 2-4 SEC.

UK Men's Basketball

Kyle Wiltjer scored 17 points for the second straight game and the Kentucky men's basketball team, held Auburn without a 3-pointer in a 75-53 victory on Saturday night. The Wildcats (12-5, 3-1 Southeastern Conference) turned a five-point halftime game into a rout for their 14th consecutive win over the Tigers (8-9, 2-2) and 28th in 29 meetings. Freshman big man, Nerlens Noel had 10 points, nine rebounds and seven blocks in t he win. Fellow Freshman Archie Goodwin had 12 points, while Ryan Harrow and Alex Poythress also scored a dozen. Next up for the CATS, is a Tuesday evening date on the road at Alabama, 9:00 pm.

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