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Lafayette 33 Lexington Catholic 30


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This game was very intense. Played in the old gym where the noise reverberates ... it was SO loud. You could barely hear the ref's whistle. Fan was thrown out of the game in the 2nd Quarter, multiple player technicals, bodies on the floor seemingly on every possession, multiple players fouling out. And so on.

Lafayette didn't score a basket until the final minute of the 1st Quarter.

Lexington Catholic didn't score a single point in the 3rd Quarter.

Neither team held the ball or delayed, it was just very physical defense. Open shots were rarely found. Lots of fouls, some were actually called. Refs really let them play, especially in the first half.

In other words, typical district game.

LexCath really struggled against Lafayette's man defense in the 2nd half.

Evan Dreux and Javen Hardin made some big plays down the stretch for Lafayette, physical finishes at the rim and some key free throws, to seal this win.

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