Sunday, March 11, 2001

Kentucky girls basketball scores




        SATURDAY'S GAMES

        4th: Allen Co.-Scottsville 51, Monroe Co. 49

        Todd Co. Central 54, Warren Central 43

        6th:

        Lou. Presentation 58, Lou. Holy Cross 44

        7th:

        Lou. duPont Manual 46, Lou. Sacred Heart 37

        11th:

        Lex. Catholic 57, Lex. Bryan Station 49

        Lex. Christian 54, Madison Central 50

        Lex. Henry Clay 67, Western Hills 37

        Woodford Co. 48, Berea 47

        15th:

        Johnson Central 55, Sheldon Clark 51

        16th:

        West Carter 63, East Carter 55

       



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