The top-5 poll was shaken up some after Holmes fell to Boone County on Tuesday night.
In a game that was dominated by whistles on both ends of the floor, Holmes moved to 26-1 with an impressive 77-41 win over Cooper on Thursday night.
When Holmes plays Newport Central Catholic on Friday night at The Bank of Kentucky Center, it will be a pivotal moment for the Bulldogs and their season.
The Newport Central Catholic Lady Breds (16-9) gave another top team in the region all they could handle last night but couldn’t get over the hump, falling to Holy Cross 58-51.
Some who follow the various levels of basketball may think the skills of the game have begun to slack.
Newport Central Catholic went on the road and picked up a convincing win at Bellevue’s Ben Flora Gymnasium last night, 78-39.
Covington Catholic 61, Cooper 42
Covington Catholic extended their winning streak to 11 games, taking care of Cooper on Tuesday night at home, 61-42.
The Covington Catholic football program introduced its new head coach, Eddie Eviston, on Tuesday afternoon at the school.
The Lady Bulldogs overcame a sluggish first quarter to win their sixth straight game on Monday night, 76-33 over visiting Conner High School.
It was father versus son at Holmes High School on Friday night as the Bulldogs, led by head coach Mike Listerman, withstood a tough test at home against Highlands, led by his son, head coach Kevin
The Holmes Bulldogs returned to its dominating ways after a couple of close calls in recent games.
After Scott was pummeled by top-ranked Covington Catholic on Tuesday night, the Eagles fell from their fifth spot and allowed Boone County to slip in.