Saturday’s “Crestline Scores & Events”
In Friday night football, Russell Athletic/KHSAA Commonwealth Gridiron Bowl …
In Class 1A, Beechwood defeated Russellville 34-25
Pikeville over Paintsville 42-23
In Class 2A, Mayfield over DeSales 24-19
Newport Central Catholic over Danville 15-7
In Class 3A, Belfry over Corbin 42-14
Lexington Catholic over Elizabethtown 35-14
In Class 4A, Johnson Central over Wayne County 21-14
South Warren over Shelby County 36-6
In Class 5A, Bowling Green defeated Fern Creek 21-0
Pulaski over Highlands 41-31
In Class 6A, Lafeyette over Simon Kenton 42-28
And Male over Central Hardin 50 – 0
In the State Championships on Thursday, Dec. 3rd, Beachwood will play against Pikeville, Bowling Green will take on Pulaski County Saturday, Dec. 5th. Male is scheduled to play Lafayette on Saturday Dec. 5th. And finally, on Sunday, Dec. 6th, Mayfield takes on Newport Central Catholic, Lexington Catholic against Belfry, and South Warren takes on Johnson Central.
In Boys High School basketball, Monday, Nov. 30,
Hazard will take on Jackson City at Jackson City.
On Tuesday, Dec. 1st,
Harlan County Black Bears will travel to Letcher County Central at 7:30 pm
Middlesboro at Lynn Camp at 6 pm, and
Harlan at Thomas Walker, VA at 7:30 pm
Also this week, Harlan County will play at Jackson County against Madison Southern in the PRTC Classic at 4:30 pm. HC first home game will be Tuesday, Dec. 8 against Knox Central at 7:30 pm.
In Girls High School basketball, Monday Nov. 30,
The Harlan County Lady Bears will take on home team Clay County at 6 pm
South Floyd will take on host Perry County Central at 7:30 pm.
Tuesday, December 1st,
Pineville at Hancock County, TN at 7:30 pm
Middlesboro at Lynn Camp at 7:30 pm
Also, this week, the Lady Bears will host Pineville on Thursday, Dec. 3rd at 7:30 pm and will travel to Henry Clay to play Glasow in the Lexus Shootout Classic Sat., Dec. 5th.
In UK Football, after snapping a five-game losing stretch with a 58-10 rout of Charlotte last week, Kentucky will return to action with its regular season finale today, playing host to in-state rival Louisville at Noon ET at the New Commonwealth Stadium. UK will honor 19 seniors prior to the game. This will be their 28th meeting.
Jamal Murray had 21 points and No. 1 Kentucky scored the final 15 points of the first half on the way to beating S. Florida 84-63 in the HoopHall Miami Invitational last night. Their next scheduled games will be Monday, Nov 30 at Rupp Arena against Illinois State at 7:00 pm on ESPN2, and Thursday, Dec 3rd at 9:00 pm on ESPN against UCLA. Now 5-0 to start the regular season for the fifth time under head coach Matthew Mitchell, and the fist time since UK’s Elite Eight run in 2014-15, the Lady Cats will play Sunday, Nov. 29 in Lexington against Jackson State on the SEC Network at 2:00 pm, then on Wednesday, Dec. 2nd at 7:00 pm in the BB&T Arena, Highland Heights, KY against NKU, no network coverage.
Some scores and events courtesy of KHSAA.org and ukathletics.com