The Madison Central High School boys basketball team extended its perfect season on Saturday afternoon, beating Fleming County 88-70 in the Central Bank Martin Luther King Classic at George Rogers Clark High School.

Central (17-0) led 26-20 after one quarter and held a narrow 45-43 lead at halftime.

In the second half the Indians outscored Fleming County 43-27 to cruise to the 18 point victory.

Overall, the Indians shot 60.3 percent from the field and won the battle of the boards, 47-21.

Quan Taylor led Central with 24 points, 14 rebounds and four blocked shots.

Hunter Allen added 17 points, 15 rebounds and four blocks and Dominique Hawkins had 17 points, five assists and three steals.

Ken-Jah Bosley added 10 points and five assists, John O’Bryan had nine points, Daniel Parke had seven points and Kyle Congleton scored four points.

Bourbon County 57, Berea 53

Berea staged a second half comeback, but came up a little short in the S.T. Roach Classic at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, falling to Bourbon County, 57-53.

Berea (8-11) trailed 15-7 after one quarter and 29-19 at halftime.

The Pirates made a run in the second half, cutting the lead to 40-34 after three quarters.

Berea outscored Bourbon County 19-15 in the final period.

Barry Scudder-Davis led Berea with 22 points and 14 rebounds.

Eli Woodie added 17 points.

Ben Miller scored nine points, Jon Smith had three points and Daniel Hubbard finished with two points.

Model 61, Riverside Christian 21

Model picked up its seventh straight victory, beating Riverside Christian on Saturday in the S.T. Roach Classic at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School.

The Patriots are now 11-6 on the season.

Girls basketball

Conner 78, Southern 38

For the third time in four games, Madison Southern suffered a lopsided loss, falling to Conner by 40 points Saturday afternoon on the road.

The Lady Eagles, who beat Berea, 60-48 on Friday night, suffered a 40 point loss to North Hardin on Dec. 30 and lost to Paul Laurence Dunbar by 29 on Jan. 7.

Southern (5-9) next plays at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Mercer County.


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