Lincoln was led by Andrew York with 15 points and five rebounds. Thorin Houk had 12 points and Ronnie Sharp had 10 points, 10 rebounds and four steals.
Also scoring for Lincoln were Chris Butler with 8 points, Clay Estes, James Jesse and Micah Ward each with four points and Alex Andes and Trent Edgington each with two points.
Edgington also had four steals and Ward and Butler had two assists apiece.
Lincoln 67, Rockcastle 47
Lincoln broke open a tie game with a 26-7 third quarter in action at Rockcastle County.
The score was deadlocked at 12-12 and 25-25 at the end of the first two quarterstops, but the blowout third period gave Lincoln the edge it needed to defeat Rockcastle 67-47.
Lincoln led 51-32 going into the fourth and finished with a 16-15 edge over its host.
Ronnie Sharp and Andrew York led Lincoln with 10 points each. Clay Estes added nine points, Alex Andes and Chris Luster each had eight points, Luke Hill and James Jesse scored six apiece, Carl-Lewis Cummins had two points and Trent Edgington and Chris Butler added one point each.
Sharp also had six rebounds and Butler had three assists.
Lincoln 56, No. Pulaski 33
Lincoln Middle put away host Northern Pulaski in the first half at Somerset, using a 17-2 start to set up a 56-33 Eagle win.
Northern Pulaski improved its scoring in the second quarter with 13 points, but Lincoln added another 18 to put the Eagles up 35-15 at the break.
The two teams played a more evenly matched second half, with Lincoln holding a 21-18 edge over Northern Pulaski.
Andrew York paced Lincoln with 14 points and five rebounds with Alex Andes close behind with 13 points and five boards.
Trent Edgington had six points, 11 steals and four assists, Ronnie Sharp added five points, Thorin Houk, four, and James Jesse, Clay Estes and Carl-Lewis Cummins, two points each.
Lincoln 64, Bate 37
Lincoln controlled host Danville Bate from the opening tip as the Eagles soared 64-37.
Lincoln exploded out to a 26-6 lead over the Bulldogs and never looked back.
Lincoln led 40-19 at the half and 53-27 before moving on for the win.
Alex Andes was Lincoln's leading scorer with 11 points and seven rebounds and Trent Edgington and Andrew York finished with 10 points apiece. Edgington had seven assists.
Micah Ward, Luke Hill and Chris Butler scored four points apiece in the win. Hill also had seven rebounds. Clay Estes, Thorin Houk and Cameron Honaker each had three points and James Jesse had one point.
Jesse also had seven rebounds and five steals.
Lincoln 50, Casey 35
Consistent double-digit scoring through the first three periods gave Lincoln the cushion it needed to defeat host Casey County 50-35.
Lincoln opened with a 17-4 lead over the Colonels then used a 15-6 scoring edge in the second to post a 32-10 halftime lead. The Eagles tacked on 12 more points in the third quarter for a comfortable 44-16 lead.
Casey did come back to outscore Lincoln 19-6 in the final frame, but the Eagles' early lead was enough to keep Casey at bay.
Luke Hill dominated the game with 22 points, 13 rebounds and four steals for Lincoln. Chris Luster also hit double figures, scoring 12 points.
Carl-Lewis Cummins had four points and five assists, Dustin Burchfield had four points and Heath Ersham, Shade Jacobs, Josh Bowen and Tyler Dotson each had two.
Lincoln 58, Rockcastle 39
Luke Hill was a dominant player on the hardwood at Mt. Vernon, whipping the nets for 31 points and grabbing 23 rebounds as Lincoln defeated host Rockcastle County 58-39 in seventh-grade action.
The visiting Eagles jumped on Rockcastle 16-9 in the first quarter then doubled the Rockets' scoring in the second quarter, 20-10, for a 36-19 lead at the half.
Rockcastle played a closer game with Lincoln in the second half, even outscoring the Eagles 12-9 in the fourth. However, Rockcastle could not overcome Lincoln's early lead as the Eagles picked up the win.
Dustin Burchfield scored nine points for Lincoln, Tanner Leigh had seven points, Chris Luster, five points, and Carl-Lewis Cummins, Ben Banks and Josh Bowen, two points apiece.
Cummins added five steals and six assists.
Lincoln 43, No. Pulaski 39