BEREA, Ky. (FOX 56) – For the first time ever in central Kentucky, two regions organized a high school basketball all-star game for local players to get back on the court and represent their schools one last time.

Region 11 faced off against Region 12 on Friday night down at Madison Southern High School, the host school to represent the region. Next season, they plan to play the game again with Region 11 hosting the game.

The city of Lexington showed out for Region 11, winning the game 115-103. Former Henry Clay teammates Aziel Blackwell and Kanye Henderson shined in their last game played together, with Henderson scoring 15 and Blackwell dropping 14.

Jmarious Lindsey (Bryan Station) led the way for the 11th Region with 16 points. Rye Schureman (Great Crossing) had 12 points and 10 rebounds, Will Hardin (Madison Central) had 11 and Abe Nelson (Lafayette) added 10 points.

The 12th Region also showed off its talent, headlined by Luke Imfeld (Boyle Co.) who led all scorers with 30 points and added five rebounds. Jaxon Smith (Lincoln Co.) had 19 and Zach Travis (Pulaski Co.) had 15, two guys who battled each other at the end of the season in the Region 12 championship game.

Imfeld’s Boyle Co. teammate Hagan Webb added 10 points. The game was close through three quarters with Region 11 pulling away at the end.

Steve Page (Great Crossing) coached the game for the 11th Region since he won region coach of the year, while John Fraley (Pulaski Co.) represented the 12th Region on the bench.