Franklin County's pressure had been forcing Boyle County turnovers all night Friday, and it cost the Rebels late.
Cameron Conner's 3-pointer with 12 seconds remaining gave Franklin its only lead of the second half, as they erased a six-point deficit over the final 1:10 to beat the host Rebels 44-42.
"We just finally hit a couple of shots. We've got six seniors, so we expect the guys to make shots like that," Franklin coach Scott Chalk said.
Conner's basket was the last of 24 points Franklin (2-0) scored off 26 Boyle turnovers, while the Rebels (1-1) had just five points off 15 Flyer turnovers.