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PASSING
- Boyle County's Josiah Robbins was 13-of-15 passing for 268 yards and six touchdowns -- in just the first half -- in a 48-14 win against Collins.
- Bryan Station senior quarterback Andre Davis was 17-of-25 passing for 298 yards and four touchdowns in a 54-14 win at Meade County. Davis also ran for two touchdowns.
- Bullitt Central quartervack Cameron Dukes passed for 445 yards and two touchdowns (but also ran for 115 yards and a touchdown) in the loss to Spencer County.
- Butler County's Rex Henderson was 13-of-17 passing for 249 yards and three touchdowns (all three to Brendon Shanklin, who had 113 receiving yards) in a 48-18 win against Grayon County.
- Caldwell County's Shane Burns was 33-of-41 passing for 397 yards in a 51-20 win against Henderson County.
- Hopkinsville quarterback Jalen Johnson passed for 358 yards and three touchdowns in a 42-28 loss to Christian County.
- Lafayette's Walker Wood passed for 247 yards -- but also ran for 143 -- in a loss to Scott County.
- In his first career start ever, Lexington Catholic junior Kirk Fagot was 23-for-31 (without an interception) for 282 yards and three touchdowns against Madison Central.
- Male had three players throw for a touchdown in a 63-0 win against Seneca.
- St. Xavier junior quarterback Desmond Ridder was 12-of-13 for 150 yards and three touchdowns in a 37-6 win against Highlands.

RUSHING
- Ashland Blazer's Quentin Baker ran for 266 yards and scored four touchdowns against Ironton.
- Bowling Green's Jamale Carothers had two rushing touchdowns at least 40 yards long and also had a 96-yard receiving touchdown in a 32-7 win against Warren Central. Carothers finished with 251 yards of total offenser (106 rushing yards, 145 receiving yards).
- Elizabethtown's Dalonza Cates and Berneil Cecil both ran for more than 100 yards in the first half alone in a 38-7 home win against Bardstown.
- Lafayette's Mason Alstatt carried the ball 16 times for 183 yards and one touchdown in a loss to Scott County.
- Newport Central Catholic's Jacob Smith (23 carries, 216 yards, three touchdowns) had a big night in a 47-7 win at Harrison County.
- Paducah Tilghman senior Sayveon McEwen ran for 138 yards and three touchdowns in a win against Madisonville-North Hopkins.
- Paintsville's Kash Daniel ran for 145 yards and three touchdowns in a 39-15 win against Williamsburg. He also passed for 208 yards and a touchdown.
- Paris' James Clark carried the ball eight times for 151 yards and four touchdowns against Middlesboro.
- Russellville's Johnny Drumgole carried the ball eight times for 214 yards and three touchdowns against Todd County Central.
- Scott's Roberto London carried the ball 18 times for 177 yards and three touchdowns against Covington Holy Cross.
- Scott County's Keith Guy (21 carries, 223 yards, four touchdowns) and Noah Hughes (27 carries, 172 yards, three touchdowns) combined to carry the ball 48 times for 395 yaards and seven touchdowns in a 65-46 win at Lafayette.
- Todd County Central quarterback Naytrimus Harris carried the ball 19 times for 130 yards and rushing touchdowns in a loss to Russellville.

DANDY DEFENSE
- Ashland Blazer recorded with first shutout (41-0) of Ironton since 1975.
- Bowling Green's Tre Fant recorded his fourth straight game with an interception during the win against Warren Central.
- Male held Seneca to minus-11 yards (minus-six passing, negative-five rushing) in a 63-0 win.
- Trinity held previously undefeated Pleasure Ridge Park to minus-15 yards and just one first down.

DAS BOOT
- Belfry's Austin Woolum was 5-of-7 on touchbacks during kickoffs, made all four extra points and connected on both field goals -- the longest being a 46-yarder.

REMEMBER ME?
- Taylor County junior halfback Justice "Juice" Harrison carried the ball 20 times for 100 yards and a touchdown in the Cardinals' 27-0 win at LaRue County. Harrison transferred from LaRue County.

THAT'S A FIRST
- Central Hardin's win over John Hardin was the Bruins' first against the Bulldogs at Bulldog Stadium.

WINNING WHILE SHORTHANDED
- Playing without senior fullback Xavier Arnette (MCL sprain), Central Hardin won at John Hardin.
- With injured starter Legend Brumbaugh (broken collarbone) sidelined, Lexington Catholic beat Madison Central behind the passing of junior Kirk Fagot.
- McCracken County beat Lift For Life Academy without Zyaire Hughes (seen on sideline with arm in a sling).
- Playing without quarterback Ryder Litten and a few other starters, South Warren knocked off North Hardin.

SCHOOL RECORDS & MILESTONES
- Franklin-Simpson backup kicker Maddie Alexander made three extra points against Monroe County, becoming the first female in Franklin-Simpson history to score a point in football.
- McLean County senior defensive lineman Jacob Rickard set a school single-game sacks record (five) against Hopkins County Central.
- Paris running back James Clark tied the school's career rushing touchdowns record (54) against Middlesboro.
- Simon Kenton's Dillon Powell reached 3,000 rushing yards for his career.
- Spencer County ran for a school record 743 yards - two off the state record.

KING OF HARDIN COUNTY
- In the past two seasons, South Warren has beaten Central Hardin, Elizabethtown, John Hardin, North Hardin each by at least 20 points.