The Indians (10-14) rolled to an easy win over Harrison County two months ago in Cynthiana at the Mike Reitz Classic.
The teams met again on Thursday.
And the outcome was remarkable similar.
Braeden Ray had 19 points and Kole Browne added 15 points, six rebounds and three assists as the Indians cruised to a 84-48 win. Central was 14-of-30 from three-point range and had 22 assists (on 30 field goals) with just five turnovers.
The Indians beat the Thorobreds, 84-42, on Dec. 21.
Ray was 5-of-8 from three-point range and also had three rebounds.
Taishon Chenault had 11 points and three rebounds. Alex Rogers had nine rebounds. Trey Skaggs had eight points and four rebounds.
Luke Coleman had eight points and six assists.
Central shot 48.4 percent from the field, including 53 percent in the first half. The Indians out-rebounded Harrison County, 39-23.
Will Hardin had four points and five rebounds. Kenyatta Hardge had four points. Jaylen Davis, Nathan Barker and Tayson Parks each had two points.
Central is set to return to action Saturday at home against Seneca.
Lady Eagles fall at Southwestern
The Madison Southern girls basketball team put up a fight, but couldn't come up with a win on the road over one of the top teams in the 12th Region.
Samantha Cornelison had 10 points, seven rebounds and four assists as the Lady Eagles (12-11) suffered a 62-57 loss to Southwestern in Somerset.
Aleigh Richardson had a double-double -- 14 points and 11 rebounds.
The loss was the third-straight for Southern.
Morgan Flannery had seven points and five assists. Sunni Walters had six points. Macie Daniels had three points and eight rebounds and Reece Estep had two points and eight rebounds.
Southern is set to return to action Saturday at Campbell County.