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PASSING

* Ballard's Terrance May (who also ran for a touchdown) was 9-of-13 passing for 203 yards and four touchdowns against Western.
* Beechwood's Brayden Burch was 19-of-24 passing for 280 yards and four touchdowns against Franklin County.
* Bowling Green's Clark Payne was 16-of-26 passing for 319 yards and two touchdowns against Owensboro.
* Boyle County's Sam Tiller was 10-of-14 passing for 184 yards and three touchdowns against Anderson County.
* Caldwell County's Shane Burns was a perfect 3-of-3 passing for 131 yards and two touchdowns against Crittenden County.
* Casey County's Breece Hayes was 16-of-20 passing for 319 yards and five touchdowns against Lincoln County.
* Christian County's Kolbe Langhi threw for three touchdowns against Christian County.
* Covington Catholic's AJ Mayer was 20-of-36 passing for 242 yards against Lexington Catholic.
* Daviess County's Adam Bouchard (who also had 39 yards on six carries) was 11-of-20 passing for 250 yards and three touchdowns against Hancock County.
* Glasgow's Dessi Austin was 17-of-26 passing for 228 yards and three touchdowns against Allen County-Scottsville.
* Lexington Catholic's Kirk Fagot was 18-of-33 passing for 284 yards and three touchdowns against Covington Catholic.
* Lexington Christian's Brayden Miller passed for 220 yards and three touchdowns against Estill County.
* Male's TJ Thomas completed nine passes for 281 yards and five touchdowns against Trinity.
* Mayfield's Landon Arnett was 19-of-33 passing for 254 yards and two touchdowns against McCracken County.
* McCracken County's Cash Jones was 18-of-34 passing for 239 yards and three touchdowns against Mayfield.
* Meade County's Zane Powers passed for three touchdowns against Warren Central.
* Ohio County's Heath Simmons was 24-of-35 passing for 293 yards and four touchdowns against Grayson County.
* Paducah Tilghman's Dalton Ferrell (who also ran for a pair of conversions) was 17-of-26 passing for 279 yards and four touchdowns against Graves County.
* Pleasure Ridge Park's Bryson Washington was 13-of-19 passing for 328 yards and four touchdowns against John Hardin.
* Russellville's Jaylyn McMurry was a perfect 4-of-4 passing for 100 yards and two touchdowns against Logan County.
* Ryle's Tanner Morgan was 16-of-18 passing for 254 yards and three touchdowns against Highlands.
* South Oldham's Drew Zaubi (who also ran for a touchdown) was 8-of-11 passing for 249 yards and three touchdowns against North Oldham.

RUSHING

* Allen County-Scottsville's Jaylon McPeak ran for 143 yards and two touchdowns against Glasgow.
* Bullitt East's Hunter Perdue ran for 228 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries against Spencer County.
* Christian County's Trequan Taylor ran for two touchdown and reached 120 yards before halftime against Fort Campbell.
* DeSales' Austin Tharp ran for three touchdowns against Holy Cross-Louisville.
* Edmonson County's Daniel Caudill ran for four touchdowns against Warren East.
* Johnson Central's Joe Jackson ran the ball 24 times for 272 yards and two touchdowns against South Charleston (W.Va.).
* LaRue County's Bryson Cobb ran the ball 17 times for 207 yards and four touchdowns (32, 8, 1 and 92 yards) against Campbellsville.
* Lexington Catholic's Dameon Jones (who also recovered a fumble) ran the ball 24 times for 170 yards against Covington Catholic.
* Lincoln County's Tra Carey ran the ball 27 times for 198 yards and three touchdowns against Casey County.
* Mayfield's Kyle Hurt ran for three touchdowns against McCracken County.
* Paducah Tilghman's Alex Gold ran the ball 17 times for 184 yards and two touchdowns against Graves County.
* South Laurel's Matt Harp ran the ball 18 times for 108 yards and three touchdowns against Middlesboro.
* Whitley County's Shawn Hickey ran for 151 yards and two touchdowns against West Jessamine.

RECEIVING

* Ballard's Jordan Gunter (who also threw for a conversion) had three catches for 125 yards and two touchdowns against Western.
* Caldwell County's Jameer Riley had two touchdown catches (63 yards, 54 yards) against Crittenden County.
* Casey County's Britt Pendleton had six catches for 136 yards and two touchdowns against Lincoln County.
* Daviess County's Marquel Tinsley had three touchdown catches (40 yards, 44 yards, 5 yards) against Hancock County.
* Glasgow's Ben Hughes had seven catches for 108 yards and two touchdowns against Allen County-Scottsville.
* Male's Ethan Bibb had 173 receiving yards and caught four touchdowns against Trinity.
* McCracken County's Darian Woods had two touchdown catches against Mayfield.
* North Laurel's Matt Sizemore had two touchdown catches against Mason County.
* Paducah Tilghman's had four catches for 69 yards and two touchdowns against Graves County.
* Pulaski County's Jake Johnson had eight catches for 60 yards and one touchdown against Russell County, becoming the first player in KHSAA history with 300 career receptions.

DEFENSE

* Ballard forced four first-half turnovers and five overall against Western.
* Belfry's Derek Wellman had 10 tackles against Newport Central Catholic.
* Boyle County's Kagen Jackson had 11 tackles against Anderson County.
* Corbin came up with an interception (DJ Murphy) and limited Danville's high-powered passing attack to a season-low 31 yards.
* Pleasure Ridge Park blocked a punt and a field goal against John Hardin.
* Whitley County limited West Jessamine to 99 yards for the Colonels' second game in a row holding an opponent to less than 100 yards.

RETURNS

* Ballard's Collin Brown had a 95-yard kickoff return touchdown against Western.
* Bardstown's De’Ondre Boggs (who also had an interception) had a 46-yard punt return touchdown against Nelson County.
* Beechwood's Aiden Justice had an 82-yard kickoff return touchdown against Franklin County.
* Belfry's Taveon Hunter had a 73-yard kickoff return touchdown against Newport Central Catholic.
* Bellevue's Seth Evers had a 76-yard kickoff return touchdown against Newport.
* Bowling Green scored on two interception returns (Tisdale for 40 yards, Smith for 45 yards) against Owensboro.
* Covington Catholic's Kameron Butler had an 80-yard interception return touchdown against Lexington Catholic.
* DeSales' Jordan Watkins had a 95-yard interception return touchdown to end the game against Holy Cross-Louisville.
* Elizabethtown's Jay Becherer had an 87-yard interception return touchdown against North Hardin.
* Franklin County's Cody Lofton had a 32-yard interception return touchdown against Beechwood.
* Holy Cross-Covington's Derrick Barnes (who also ran for a touchdown) had a 98-yard interception return touchdown against Taft (Ohio).
* Lloyd's LeShaun Townsend had a 65-yard kickoff return touchdown against Holmes.
* Russellville's trio of MJ Jones (77-yard kickoff), Jacolbie Mason (5-yard fumble) and Jacob Naylor (45-yard interception) had one touchdown return each against Logan County.
* Ryle's Jake Chisholm (who also caught three passes for 104 yards and a touchdown) had a 90-yard kickoff return touchdown against Highlands.
* South Laurel's Jared Grubb (who also ran for a touchdown and 68 yards on seven carries) had a 70-yard punt return touchdown against Middlesboro (Grubb also ran for a touchdown and 68 yards on seven carries).
* Trigg County's duo of Riley Stallons (99-yard interception) and Malik Cunningham (15-yard fumble) both had one return touchdown each against Todd County Central.
* Warren Central’s D.J. Tyner (who also had a 4-yard touchdown run) had a 96-yard kickoff return touchdown against Meade County.
* Whitley County's duo of Blake Evans (26 yards) and Dillon Dixon (56 yards) both had one interception return touchdown each against West Jessamine.

MULTIPLICITY

* Bardstown's Santrel Farmer accounted for three touchdowns (all passing) and two conversions (one rushing, one passing) against Nelson County.
* Bishop Brossart's Chase Keller accounted for five touchdowns (one rushing, four passing) and 220 yards (53 rushing, 167 passing) against Trimble County.
* Bowling Green's Jamale Carothers had three touchdowns (9-yard run, 62-yard catch, 1-yard run) against Owensboro.
* Bryan Station's Jalen Burbage accounted for 398 yards (120 rushing yards on 21 carries; 21-of-29 passing for 278 yards) and four touchdowns (three rushing, one passing) against Madison Central.
* Butler County's Rex Henderson accounted for four touchdowns (258 yards and two touchdowns passing, 64 yards and two touchdowns rushing) against Apollo.
* Central Hardin's Darious Barbour had one touchdown rushing and one touchdown receiving against South Warren.
* Christian County's Ja’Quon Long had an interception and caught a touchdown against Fort Campbell.
* Graves County's Ryan Mathis accounted for 194 yards (150 passing, 44 rushing) and three touchdowns (two on the ground off six carries, one in the air on 17-of-29 passing) against Paducah Tilghman.
* Hopkinsville's Shorty Cager scored two ways -- 50-yard fumble return, 33-yard catch -- against Murray, while Hopkinsville's Jalen Johnson accounted for three touchdowns (two passing, one rushing).
* Lexington Christian's Logan Nieves accounted for 228 yards (176 passing, 52 rushing) and three touchdowns (two rushing, one passing) against Estill County.
* Simon Kenton's duo of Cameron Racke and Matt Shearer each ran for a touchdown and threw for a touchdown against Dixie Heights.
* Spencer County's duo of Kadin Smith (eight carries for 242 yards and three touchdowns, three catches for 91 yards and one touchdown) and Branden Leff (one touchdown reception; 17 carries for 182 yards and three touchdowns) both scored multiple ways against Bullitt East.
* St. Xavier's Desmond Ridder accounted for five touchdowns (three passing, two rushing) and ran for 109 yards against Central.
* Trigg County's Gabriel Hardy caught one touchdown and intercepted two passes against Todd County Central.
* Trinity's Spencer Blackburn accounted for 307 yards (207 on 11-of-16 passing, 100 rushing and a touchdown) against Male.
* Warren East's Chauncey Greer accounted for four touchdowns (three passing, one rushing), while Warren East's Patrick Satterfield scored three touchdowns (two receiving, one rushing) against Edmonson County.
* Whitley County's Dylan Wilson accounted for 191 yards (138 passing, 53 rushing) and three touchdowns (two in the air on 8-of-13 passing, one on the ground) against West Jessamine.

NOTABLE

* Bowling Green became the first team to shut out Owensboro since 2011.
* Boyle County (1-3) ended its worst start since 2007 by beating Anderson County.
* Bryan Station remained undefeated (5-0) under Coach Frank Parks in games played in Richmond by winning at Madison Central.
* Casey County (3-0) was 0-15 against Lincoln County before the Rebels beat the Patriots.
* Christian County became the fourth straight team to prevent Fort Campbell from scoring an offensive touchdown.
* Moore (3-1) matched its best start since 2000.
* North Hardin (4-0), which is off to its best start since 1999, has trailed in all four games this season.
* Paducah Tilghman is 0-4 for first time since 2008.
* Tates Creek, which blanked Henry Clay, shut out a Fayette County foe for the first time since 2006.