Phelps - at Allen Central - 6:30 PM
Jenkins - at Betsy Layne - 6:00 PM
Rowan County - at Boyd County - 6:00 PM
Breathitt County - at Buckhorn - 5:30 PM
South Floyd - at East Ridge - 6:00 PM
Morgan County - at Elliott County - 5:30 PM
Pike County Central - at Lawrence County - 6:30 PM
Sheldon Clark - at Paintsville - 7:00 PM
Knott County Central - at Allen Central - 6:00 PM
Jackson City -at Breathitt County - 5:30 PM
Fairview - at East Carter - 5:30 PM
Haysi, VA - at East Ridge - 5:30 PM
Raceland - at Rowan County - 5:30 PM
* The Kentucky Wildcats earned a no.1 seed in the NIT -- Virginia, Alabama and Southern Miss are the other no. 1 seeds. Kentucky will play at no. 8 Robert Morris on Tonight at 7:30 pm (ESPN). According to a press release from Coah Cal "We did not place a bid to host the first round of the NIT due to limited staff availability to properly host a game at Memorial Coliseum. Because the University of Kentucky is hosting the NCAA second- and third-round games at Rupp Arena on March 21 and 23, the facility was not available for a first-round NIT game. We placed a bid to host both the second round and quarterfinal games at Rupp Arena if we advance." Kentucky last played in the NIT in 2009 (22-14, 8-8 SEC). Billy Gillispie took the Cats to the quarterfinal round where they lost to Notre Dame, 77-67. John Calipari has since taken the Cats to three consecutive NCAA Tournaments. If the CATS win tonight, they will play at Rupp Arena on Sunday TBA.
* Despite missing the final eight games of the season, Nerlens Noel is part of the All-SEC first team announced Monday by The Associated Press. Georgia sophomore Kentavious Caldwell-Pope has been named player of the year, Florida's Billy Donovan was named as coach of the year and Mississippi's Marshall Henderson as newcomer of the year.
Other State Notes:
* Louisville men's bsketball team has earned the top overall seed in the NCAA tournament, as announced on Sunday. The No. 4 Louisville Cardinals (29-5) that got the overall top seed after sharing the Big East regular-season title, then pulling off a stunning comeback to beat Syracuse in the conference tournament final. They will begin play in Lexington @ Rupp Arena on Thursday.
H.S. Basketball (BOYS)
Knott County Central 58 vs.Estill County 41 - 14th Region
Perry County Central 59 vs.Cordia 57 - 14th Region
Johnson Central 61 vs.Pikeville 57 - 15th Region
Sheldon Clark 54 vs.East Ridge 42 - 15th Region
Fleming County 60 vs.Rowan County 45 - 16th Region Championship
Knott County Central 52 vs.Perry County Central 32 - 14th Region Championship
Johnson Central 59 vs.Sheldon Clark 48 - 15th Region Championship
* 15th Region Boys All-Tournament Team
Prestonsburg - Bryson Williams
Belfry - Tony Messer
Betsy Layne - Dylan Meade
Pike Co. Central - Ethan Blackburn
East Ridge - Micheal Fields and Jacob Chaney
Pikeville - Ethan Rowe and Ray Konsongo
Sheldon Clark - Chase Kirk, Chase Parsley and Dillon James
Johnson Central - Dalton Adkins, Slade McPeek, Braxton Blair, Truman Salyer
15th Region MVP - Shane Hall, Johnson Central
JCHS will advance to the Boys Sweet 16 State Tournament at Rupp Arena for the 2nd consecutive year and will face the #2 team in the State, the Ballard Bruins out of the 7th Region. Game time is Thursday, March 7 @ 6:30 PM. For ticket information contact Johnson Central H.S. @ 789-2500 or Click HERE....
To see a complete Boys Sweet 16 Bracket, Click HERE....
H.S. Basketball (GIRLS)
Shelby Valley 53 vs.Magoffin County 42 - 15th Region
Sheldon Clark 57 vs.Allen Central 52 - 15th Region
Ashland Blazer 41 vs.Rowan County 23 - 16th Region
Boyd County 52 vs.Fleming County 39 - 16th Region
Lewis County 53 vs.East Carter 50 - 16th Region
Russell 45 vs.West Carter 35 - 16th Region
Shelby Valley - vs.Sheldon Clark - 7:00 PM - 15th Region Championship (at Eastern Kentucky Expo Center)
Leslie County - vs.Letcher County Central - 6:30 PM - 14th Region (at Perry County Central) -
Wolfe County - at Perry County Central - 8:15 PM - 14th Region
Boyd County - vs.Russell 6:00 PM - 16th Region (at Morehead State)
Lewis County - vs.Ashland Blazer - 7:30 PM - 16th Region (at Morehead State)
Bell County - vs.Corbin - 7:00 PM - 13th Region Championship (at Harlan County)
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