Woodford County 52, Boyle County 51 - At Versailles, Woodford (3-3) beat Boyle (2-3) on a 3-point basket by Tae Mulder with 10 seconds remaining.
The Rebels had taken a 51-49 lead on two free throws by Jordan Aumiller with 17 seconds left before Mulder connected on Woodford's next trip. An off-balance shot by Nate Collins missed the mark with two seconds left.
Spencer Perrin scored 23 points to lead Boyle, going 9-for-12 from the field and 5-for-6 at the foul line. Aumiller added 14 points.
Boyle shot 40 percent from the field; Woodford shot 45 percent and outrebounded the Rebels 35-29. The Yellow Jackets had 15 offensive rebounds.
Woodford's Shawne Lewis had 25 points and 16 rebounds.
BOYLE (2-3) - Bryce Perry 2, Christian Williams 10, Jordan Aumiller 14, Ben Carman 2, Spencer Perrin 23.
WOOFORD (3-3) - Tae Mulder 11, Tyler Stone 2, Travis Swan 4, Steven Duckworth 2, Shawne Lewis 25, Brandon Raider 3, Graham Watts 3, Bradley Lucas 2.
Burgin 67, Augusta 49 - At Augusta, Alyson Burke scored 17 of her 21 points in the first quarter to help Burgin (4-2) get the jump on Augusta (2-4).
Burke went 6-for-8 from the field and 3-for-3 at the line, helping the Lady Bulldogs take a 26-15 lead.
Bev Harris added 17 points and Ann Harris had 15 points and 13 rebounds. Ann Harris left in the fourth quarter with a separated shoulder.
Burgin won despite 29 turnovers.
BURGIN (4-2) - Ann Harris 15, Bev Harris 17, Alyson Burke 21, Shelby McNees 4, Paisley Carey 7, Lindsey Monson 3.
AUGUSTA (2-4) - Collins 7, Sebastian 11, Whiteman 7, Daily 4, Linville 4, Cummins 1, Lay 9, Harding 6.
Whitley County 53, Casey County 45 - At Liberty, Whitley (5-1) handed cold-shooting Casey (5-1) its first loss of the season.
The Lady Rebels shot just 24 percent from the field, going 13-for-55 overall and 7-for-29 from 3-point range. They also missed 15 of 27 free throws.
Leading scorer Kara Weddle, who averaged about 15 points per game, went scoreless. She played only about 12 minutes due to foul trouble.
"Even with the cold shooting and Kara not scoring, we still managed to lead most of the game except the last two minutes," Casey coach Randy Salyers said. "But we had a very cold shooting night."
Whitley hit 23 of 37 free throws.
Lauren Hatter led Casey with 13 points.
WHITLEY (5-1) - Holly Jones 16, Randall Holbrook 4, Kayla Osborne 10, Stephanie McCullah 15, Amber Inman 2, Tabitha Gray 3, Amanda Brim 3.
CASEY (5-1) - Demi Murphy 1, Courtney Laman 11, Tara Weddle 8, Lauren Hatter 13, Kayla McFarland 3, Natalie Wesley 3, Megan Pittman 6.