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March 8, 2013

TODAY'S SPORTS HEADLINES - MARCH 8, 2013


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CORBIN — Clay Ousted

RUPP ARENA – Clay County’s run came to an end Thursday, as a shooting drought during the second and third quarters led to the Tigers' 68-54 loss to Knott County Central.

Time to recharge before next week

With the majority of the state’s sports writers and photographers converging on Lexington’s Rupp Arena this week for the 97th KHSAA Sweet Sixteen, I guess I’m one of the few that chose to stay home.

Former Corbin standout returns to Sweet Sixteen

RUPP ARENA – A familiar face was with Montgomery County coach Happy Osborne during the Indians’ first round contest against Warren Central in the 96th Annual Boys Sweet Sixteen on Thursday.

Late Bloomers

RUPP ARENA – Trailing 54-53 with less than six minutes remaining in the game, Montgomery County turned up its defensive pressure and went on a 15-2 run to knock off Warren Central, 71-63, in first round action of the 96th Annual Boys Sweet Sixteen Thursday.

Bruin It up

Ballard eliminates Johnson Central in 75-54 rout

John Hardin sends Panthers packing, 79-69

RUPP ARENA – John Hardin dominated on the boards and the scoreboard during its 79-69 win over 16th Region champion Fleming County Thursday.