Girls' 11th Region: Henry Clay wins physical semifinal

Girls' 11th Region: Henry Clay wins physical semifinal
RICHMOND — T'Laya Lyvers delivered a big fourth quarter to spark Henry Clay past Lafayette 45-37 in the girls' 11th Region semifinals in a showdown of top 10 teams Saturday night. The Blue Devils' 18th consecutive victory earned them a spot in the …
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Bryan Station boys, girls sweep region track titles

Bryan Station boys, girls sweep region track titles
4-by-100 relay — Bryan Station (Dakesha Stewart, Talor Wilkerson, Shania Lyvers, Brooke Raglin) 49.09; Tates Creek (Natavia Barber, Tyanne Bentley, Aneya Hardin, Alesia Hardin) 50.07; Scott Co. (Kena Christopher, Trinity Gay, Jenna Johnson, Keiarie …
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11th Region girls: Henry Clay survives in OT; Paul Dunbar shuts down Madison

11th Region girls: Henry Clay survives in OT; Paul Dunbar shuts down Madison
"I was scared," Lyvers said. "I was hoping it was going to go in. … I had to go super fast." The bucket tied the game at 38 and forced Western Hills to overtime Wednesday in the 11th Region tournament quarterfinals at the Frankfort Convention Center.
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11th Region girls' tournament: Lafayette, Franklin Co. early favorites
The Blue Devils, led by sophomore T'Laya Lyvers, are seeking their first region title since 2008. Mike Fields: (859) 231-3337. Twitter: @MikeFieldsNotes. Blog: fieldsnotes.bloginky.com. Copyright 2014 Herald-Leader. All rights reserved. This material …
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42nd District girls' finals: Henry Clay tops Scott Co. for crown
T'laya Lyvers led Henry Clay with 22 points and 10 rebounds. Nakirya Joyce added 10 points. The Cardinals (17-11) were topped by Tereka Guyn with 25 points and 17 rebounds. Rachel Young added 12 points. The Cards outrebounded Henry Clay 53-46, …
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