Local Sports Tuesday February 14, 2017

In girls high school basketball last night, Perry County Central beat Jenkins 90-73 at PCC. 
The Lady Cavaliers will wrap up the regular season Friday at Betsy Layne. 

The Letcher County Lady Cougars will next play Allen Central on Wednesday at home and then wrap up the regular season Friday night at home against Belfry

Other girls from last night:

Johnson Central over Betsy Layne 69-42
Knott County beat Buckhorn 72-36
PIkeville beat Allen Central 70-13
South Laurel over Clay County 74-58
and Wolfe County beat Powell County 60-44

Tonight's girls games will include:

Owsley County at Estill County
South Floyd at Phelps
and Prestonsburg at Shelby Valley

Boys scores from last night across the mountains:

Jenkins beat Riverside 92-70
Also Knox Central over Cordia 70-57
Belfry got by Paintsville 64-61
Breathitt County over Owsley County 85-43
Harlan County beat Pineville 84-59
Phelps 63 Ridgeview VA 46
and Pike County Central got by Shelby Valley 53-48

The Letcher County Central Cougar boys will take on Hazard tonight at home and it will be senior night.  JV begins at 6.  Senior night at approx 7 followed by the varisty game around 7:30.  The Cougars will spotlight the cheerleaders, band, dance team and boys senior players Austin Banks, Torrell Carter and Austin Caudill.  The LCC boys wrap up the regular season Thursday at home against Pike County Central. 

The Jenkins Cavalier boys will wrap up the regular season with games against Red Bird at home Thursday and at Betsy Layne Friday.

Other boys games going on tonight:

Allen Central at Belfry
Breathitt County at Bellevue
Leslie County at Clay County
Owsley County at Estill County
Lynn Camp at Harlan
Pikeville at Magoffin County
Corbin at North Laurel
Prestonsburg at Paintsville
Lawrence County at Sheldon Clark
and Powell County at Wolfe County

The UK Wildcats moved up to #13 yesterday in the latest rankings.  The Cats are 20-5 overall and 10-2 in the SEC.  They will host the Tennessee Volunteers tonight night at Rupp Arena.  The Vols are 14-11 overall and 6-6 in the SEC.  They beat KY in Knoxville 82-80 on January 24th.  Tipoff tonight for the Cats and Tennessee will be at 7 with pre-game at 5:30 here on 103.9 The Bulldog.