LEXINGTON - Covington Catholic’s draw in the state tournament had the Colonels playing the last game of the night for three straight nights. The Colonel starters got a lot of rest Saturday night as they punched their ticket to the last game of the season with a surprisingly lopsided semifinal win. The Colonels overwhelmed another set of blue Colonels, Oldham County, Saturday night. CovCath won 67-28 in the state semifinals of the Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys’ Sweet 16.
LEXINGTON – For the third year in a row, Campbell County’s season ended on a 3-pointer in the final seconds. Travis Henderson’s trey from the left baseline with 1.9 seconds to play lifted Oldham County to a 56-55 win over the Camels in the Sweet 16 state quarterfinals Friday night at Rupp Arena. Campbell finishes 29-6. Oldham (31-5) advances to the semifinals for the first time since 2012. “(That’s a) big shot,” said Campbell head coach Aric Russell.
LEXINGTON – C.J. Fredrick was the focus of the Covington Catholic offense and the Fern Creek defense Friday night. The CovCath senior guard scored nearly half of his team’s points tonight, but both teams agreed it was a team effort as CovCath beat Fern Creek 66-58 in the quarterfinals of the Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys’ Sweet 16 at Rupp Arena. Covington Catholic (33-4) will play Oldham County (31-5) in the second semifinal Saturday night.
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