The top performance of the first round came from Bowling Green's Chane Behanan. The 6-foot-7, University of Louisville signee, who scored only two points in the first quarter, poured in 41 points Sunday night, in an 82-70 win over Iroquois. He also pulled down 16 rebounds. Iroquois' Jermaine Jackson scored 18 in the loss.
Zach Price, another University of Louisville signee, had 18 points and 13 rebounds, in a 49-95 win over Peral (Miss.). Tony Kimbro and Harry Cross added 15 and 14 respectively. Twymond Howard scored 21 in the loss.
Bob Jones' Levi Randoph scored 31 points, in a 68-70 win over Pleasure Ridge Park. Jeril Taylor led PRP with 13 points, while Jake Simpson added 12.
Darius Nelson scored 19 points, Sheldon (Cali.) defeated Warren Central 84-62. D'erryl Williams and Kyi Thomas added 18 and 17 respectively. George Fant led Warren Central with 25 points and 10 rebounds. Jordan Shanklin added 21.
Lyonell Gaines scored 24 points and Remy Abell added 19, as Eastern knocked off Bullitt East 59-76. Corey Washburn scored 18 for Bullitt East, while Hayden Sweat added 16.
Trevan Brown scored 22 points and Travis Montgomery added 19, as Boone County knocked off Fairdale. Josh Stroud led Fairdale with 31 points, while Josh Payne added 26.
Zeke Chapman scored 18 points and Luke Roh added 14 points and 16 rebounds, as Chaparral knocked off Male 63-58. Byrce Moore led Male with 14.
James Quick scored 19 points, as Trinity knocked off Christian County 69-65. Donovan Kates scored 24 points for Christian County, while Anthony Hickey added 17.
Photo: Michael Johnston
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