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Covington Catholic headed to Ky. Sweet 16

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The Covington Catholic basketball team is going to theKentucky Sweet 16.

The Colonels beat Holmes Monday night at Bank of KentuckyCenter, 56-51, in a rematch of last season's 9th regionchampionship.

Cov Cath senior Nick Ruthsatz scored a game high 24 pointsand was named tournament MVP.

The Colonels will play in the Sweet 16 next week at RuppArena.

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