The girls' Second Region Basketball semifinals are set after three district winners have moved on from the first round.
On Wednesday. Madisonville hammered Livingston Central 63-35, scoring the first 11 points of the game and never looking back. Freshmen guards Adarian Gray and Shaniya Whitsell each scored 15 points as the Lady Maroons improved to 16-16.
Hailee Lampley, who scored 32 points and grabbed 18 rebounds in the Fifth District Championship game, was mired in foul trouble and finished with five points and five rebounds. Livingston Central, the only district champion in the region field to lose their first round game, ends their season with a record of 14-15.
Madisonville will play Henderson County, who scored the first 18 points of the second quarter in downing Christian County 66-37. Henderson improves to 24-2 and will play the Lady Maroons Monday at 6pm at Caldwell County.
Thursday night, University Heights Academy picked up their first region tourney win in school history with a 57-42 victory over Lyon County.
DeNayia Holmes led UHA (23-7) with 21 points, while Kacie Freeman led Lyon County (11-20) with 22 points.
UHA will get a rematch with Webster County, who rallied to beat Caldwell County 48-44. Webster edged UHA by one point in the championship game of the All-A region tournament in January.
On Thursday, Webster (23-5) trailed by nine points entering the fourth quarter but held Caldwell (20-10) without a field goal in the fourth quarter.
UHA and Webster will play Monday at 7:30pm.