D. Brown 9
Dunbar trailed most of the game between 3-5 points. Great game plan and execution by the Knights. Coach Salsman did a great job dictating the pace and really slowing the Bulldogs down. Hollingsworth and Lewis made plays down the stretch to allow Dunbar to escape with the win. Williams had all 14 of his points in the second half. Johnson added 6 assists to go along with his 20 points and Payne collected 11 rebounds for the Knights.
Dunbar heads to Henry Clay on Thursday and Lexington Catholic hosts LCA Thursday. If LCA were to beat Catholic this would force a 3 way tie in the district for the 2 seed between Lexington Catholic, LCA, and Lafayette. The 43rd District Tournament is once again going to be an all out war!!