DANVILLE (0-2) - Josh Milburn 8, Jamie Grey 8, Jamal Grey 6, Matthew Del Cotto 8, Miles Kingsley 2, Cruz Warner 12, Duran Elmore 4.
Augusta 63, Burgin 47 - At Augusta, Burgin (3-4) settled for a split of its two-day road trip after Augusta (4-3) took control of the game late in the first half.
The Panthers closed the first half with a 14-4 run to take a 33-21 lead, then stretched the lead to 15 points in the fourth quarter.
Burgin got within eight with about six minutes left, but came no closer.
The Bulldogs shot just 26 percent (15-for-58) and hit only one of 12 3-point shots.
Billy Beckerson led Burgin with 13 points and 10 rebounds. Patrick Cannada also had 10 boards.
Lincoln County 51, LaRue County 32 - At Hodgenville, Lincoln (3-3) scored more points and allowed fewer than in any previous game as it rolled past LaRue (3-3).
Shakelia Miller had 18 points to lead the Lady Patriots, going 6-for-8 from the field. Lincoln shot 38 percent from the field, went 3-for-13 from 3-point range and hit 10 of 12 free throws.
"(We) shot the ball better overall, and Shakelia Miller played a very good game," Lincoln coach Don Story said.
"We played a lot more patient and played more intense throughout the game. It was probably our best overall effort from start to finish."
Lincoln's lead was large enough after three quarters (47-23) that it won easily despite scoring only four points in the final period.
Lincoln outrebounded LaRue 31-17. Sabrina Spears had six offensive rebounds and seven total boards, and Kendra Brown had nine boards. Andi Martin had six assists.
LINCOLN (3-3) - Andi Martin 6, Shakelia Miller 18, Kendra Brown 6, Savannah Lane 2, Sabrina Spears 11, Kristin Grant 2, Kristin Patterson 2, Jessica Upchurch 4.
LaRUE (3-3) - Tessa Paysen 3, Christian Cox 4, Kayla McCubbins 8, Megan Culver 11, Lindsey Whitlock 2, Valerie Whitlock 1, Brooke Embry 3.
Boyle County 62, Burgin 44 - At Burgin, Tori Alcorn scored 18 points and Hayley Hellyer added 17 to lead Boyle (2-3) past Burgin (4-3) for its second straight win.
Kendra Ross added 14 points for the Lady Rebels.
Bev Harris had 24 points and Alyson Burke had 13 for Burgin, which shot 40 percent but had 26 turnovers.
BOYLE (2-3) - Tori Alcorn 18, Lauren Paynter 4, Hayley Hellyer 17, Kendra Ross 14, Courtney Hall 4, Kristan Paynter 3, Lindsay Hall 2.
BURGIN (4-3) - Bev Harris 24, Alyson Burke 13, Lucy Steer 6, Ann Harris 1.
Danville 42, West Jessamine 40 - At Danville, Danville (2-3) came from behind to beat West Jessamine (1-4) for its first victory under interim coach Sadie Gambrel.
Danville won just 24 hours after a loss to Marion County in Gambrel's first game since taking over the team last week.
Tasha Milby had 19 points and Andrea Payne had 10 rebounds for Danville.
WEST JESSAMINE (1-4) - Lauren Lamar 14, Miley Knight 8, Katie Bailey 7, Samantha Shirley 4, Rebecca Coleman 2, Abby Baxter 2, Keisha Woosley 2.
DANVILLE (2-3) - Tasha Milby 19, Xerces Simpson 6, Andrea Payne 5, Paige Graves 5, Diamond Smith 4, Kayla Steber 3.
Burgin 88, Covington Latin 52 - At Augusta, Burgin (3-3) scored 55 points in the second half to bury Latin (1-2) in the first game of its road trip.
Daniel Dunford scored 23 points and Zack Irvine added a career-high 20 for the Bulldogs, who led by only three points at halftime.
They opened the third quarter with a 12-2 run to take a 45-32 lead. Latin cut the margin to eight late in the period, but Burgin began the fourth quarter with an 11-0 run to go up 69-45.
The Bulldogs shot 52 percent from the field and hit 10 of 17 3-pointers. Irvine hit four 3-pointers; Dunford had three.
Patrick Cannada added 10 points, nine rebounds, five steals and five assists.
Burgin had 51 rebounds in all, including seven from Ian Powell. Powell and Trenton Claunch also had five assists each.
LATIN (1-2) - McDaniel 11, Birthelmer 3, Fritz 11, Russ 8, Carroll 2, Becker 3, Kenkel 6, Sparks 6, Lonneremonn 2.
BURGIN (3-3) - Patrick Cannada 10, Daniel Dunford 23, Zack Irvine 20, Ian Powell 7, Billy Beckerson 7, Micha Harley 1, Trenton Claunch 6, Logan Hill 2, Timothy Riddle 4, Tanner Royalty 3, John Beckerson 2, Logan Arrasmith 3.
Garrard County 79, Berea 59 - At Lancaster, Garrard (3-3) was never threatened by Berea (0-5) after jumping out to a 26-8 lead after one quarter.