WEST JESSAMINE (5-16) - Shipley 5, Bevley 6, Smith 1, Contini 5, Bailey 11, Gray 7, Tatman 2.
Harrodsburg 37, Model 31 - At Harrodsburg, Harrodsburg (4-14) recovered after scoring only 10 points in the first quarter to beat Model (8-11) and snap a nine-game losing streak.
Tiffany Smith scored 10 points, Sarah Roach had nine and Mandy Long added eight to lead the Lady Pioneers to their first win in two games under acting head coach Scott Bugg, who took over the team last week.
They trailed 4-2 after one quarter but outscored Model 14-10 in each of the next two periods to take control.
MODEL (8-11) - Casey Powers 14, Lindsey Jones 2, Celeste Roberts 2, Kendra Ridder 9, Elizabeth Miller 2, Erica Holt 2.
HARRODSBURG (4-14) - Tiffany Smith 10, Mandy Long 8, Laila Graves 3, Sarah Roach 9, Shunel Sanders 3, Annie Sutton 4.
Paul Dunbar 52, Casey County 48 - At Liberty, Casey held Dunbar (9-10) to 13 percent shooting in the second half, but had to resort to fouling at the end of the game.
Dunbar led 31-18 at the half after outscoring the Rebels (8-13) 16-5 in the second quarter.
"In the first quarter, we took it to the basket, got to the line and got them in foul trouble," Casey coach Randy Salyers said. "In the second quarter, they switched to a zone. We had some good looks against the zone, but we just couldn't hit anything."
Dunbar scored 21 points in the second half, but hit just three of 23 field goals against Casey's man-to-man defense. However, the Bulldogs connected on 21 of 28 free throws, many at the end when Casey was forced to foul.
Casey won the rebounding battled 43-38 as the Rebels grabbed 18 offensive rebounds. Beth Patterson scored 14 points and Meagan Murphy had 14 points and 10 rebounds for Casey.
The Rebels were 18-for-50 from the field for 36 percent. Dunbar was 13-for-53 (24.5 percent) from the floor.
DUNBAR (9-10) - Green 14, Clark 17, Rowe 4, Lamanna 14, Wilson 3.
CASEY (8-13) - Lindsey Hoskins 5, Lindsay Wilson 5, Kelli Warner 9, Beth Patterson 14, Bethany Snow 1, Meagan Murphy 14.
Pulaski County 67, Lincoln County 52 - At Stanford, Pulaski (20-4) put Lincoln (7-15) in a 23-7 hole after one quarter, and the Lady Patriots were never able to recover.
Pulaski shot 52.3 percent (22-for-42) from the field and went 8-for-16 from 3-point range.
Terah Combs had 36 points and 10 rebounds for the Lady Maroons, who have won five straight games and nine of their last 10 games. She was 13-for-25 from the field and 6-for-6 at the free-throw line.
Lincoln, which trailed 37-19 at halftime, got 10 points and six rebounds from Jessica Ryan. Jenny Jones also had six rebounds.
The Lady Patriots shot 36.2 percent (21-for-58) from the field and were 8-for-21 from 3-point range.
Pulaski outrebounded Lincoln 28-25. The Lady Maroons had 12 offensive rebounds; Lincoln had 16. They committed 20 turnovers; the Lady Patriots had 18 turnovers and 14 steals.
Jamie Duncan and Jenny Ralston had three steals each for Lincoln.
PULASKI (20-4) - Combs 36, Redman 3, Todd 3, Vinovich 10, Bargo 2, Link 13.
LINCOLN (7-15) - Jenny Ralston 6, Jamie Duncan 9, Megan Pitts 5, Jenny Jones 8, Kendra Garris 5, Jessica Ryan 10, Gwen Hardwick 6, Amber Statham 3.
Burgin 74, Berea 60 - At Burgin, Burgin (9-10) broke a three-game losing streak after erasing an early deficit against Berea (9-10).
Sean Bottoms had 23 points and Zack Gross added 19 for the Bulldogs, who trailed 20-14 after one quarter but outscored Berea 24-7 in the second.
Bottoms was 9-for-12 from the field and 3-for-5 from the free-throw line, while Gross also contributed 14 rebounds and nine assists.
Berea scored 23 points in the fourth quarter while playing a faster pace, but Burgin held the Pirates to 17 points over the second and third periods.
"Overall, and especially in the second and third quarters, we buckled down and did a good job," Burgin coach Don Irvine said.
Burgin shot 48.3 percent (30-for-62) from the field and hit 11 of 19 free throws.
BEREA (3-15) - Richmond 9, Johns 22, Dollins 19, Quinly 8, Johnson 2.
BURGIN (9-10) - Sean Bottoms 23, Zack Gross 19, Joe Harris 12, Bobby Wylie 10, Daniel Howard 8, Josh Carey 2.