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PASSING

- Bardstown's Santrel Farmer threw for four touchdowns in the Tigers' 43-6 win against Marion County.

- Belfry's Avery Browning - perhaps the only freshman to start at quarterback in Pirates' history - was 2-of-2 passing for two touchdowns in ther 43-0 win against Harlan County.

- Boyle County's Josiah Robbins was 19-of-31 passing for four touchdowns and 407 yards in a 42-20 win against Danville.

- Glasgow's Dessi Austin threw for four touchdowns and 248 yards in the 34-15 win against Barren County.

- Owensboro Catholic's Ray Zuberer threw for four touchdowns and 276 yards in a losing effort to Owensboro, 35-28.

- Tates Creek's Peyton Burke was 15-of-26 passing for five touchdowns - dividing them up amongst four players - and 247 yards in a 42-29 win over Paul Laurence Dunbar.

- Trigg County's Taco Wilson threw for four touchdowns in a 48-18 win over visiting Caverna.

 

RECEIVING

- Trinity's Rodjay Burns tied James Quick's single-game 2010 record with four touchdown receptions against Lafayette. Burns finished with 105 receiving yards.

- Collins' Dalton Maggard had 208 receiving yards in the Titans' loss to Eastern.

- Glasgow's Ben Hughes had three touchdown receptions in the 34-15 win over Barren County.

 

RUSHING

- Elizabethtown's Berneil Cecil ran for 241 yards and three touchdowns on just 10 carries in the Panthers' 38-0 win over the visiting North Oldham Mustangs.

- Estill County's Kordell Day ran for three touchdowns, one conversion and more than 200 yards as the Engineers rolled up more than 400 rushing yards in a 49-39 win against Frankfort.

- Johnson Central had three players run for at least 100 yards - Conner Ratliff (113 yards), Bryce Skaggs (111) and Brice Workman (107) - in the win at Lexington Catholic.

- Madison Central's Johan Williams ran for three touchdowns and 174 yards as the Indians beat Bourbon County, 52-28.

- St. Xavier's Blake Roshkowski's scored two of his four touchdowns on the ground in the Tigers' 45-19 win against Bowling Green.

- Trinity's Jailen Reed ran for more than 100 of his 163 yards in the opening 12 minutes against Lafayette. Reed finished with three rushing touchdowns.

- North Hardin's Taven Graves carried the ball 22 times for two touchdowns and 212 yards in the Trojans' 49-35 loss at Caldwell County.

- Three players in the Henry Clay-George Rogers Clark game - GRC's Josiah Israel (176 yards), Henry Clay's Davonte Robinson (128) and Henry Clay's Austin Bledsoe (126) - ran for more than 100 yards as the Blue Devils beat the Cardinals, 35-13.

 

AWESOME OFFENSE

- DuPont Manual's 57 points in its win against Seneca was the Crimsons' highest-scoring output in 60 games since a 59-14 win over Fern Creek on Aug. 27, 2010.

- Trinity's 70 points were the most allowed by Lafayette in eight seasons. The Generals' previous worst was 65 ... against Trinity (Nov. 7, 2008). Trinity was one touchdown -- and the extra point -- from matching the school's single-game points record (77).

 

DANDY DEFENSE

- Bryan Station shut out Cooper after the Jaguars entered 2-0 and averaging 36.0 points per game.

- Elizabethtown, which entered Friday allowing just one touchdown per game, shut out North Oldham. North Oldham entered averaging 43.0 points per game. It was the Mustangs' first offfensive shutout in 26 games. Elizabethtown has held three straight opponents to less than 200 yards.

- Previously winless Louisville Central forced five turnovers in its 28-21 win over Christian Academy-Louisville.

 

FREE FOOTBALL

- Ohio County moved to 3-0, but it wasn't easy as the Eagles beat the Hancock County Hornets in OT, 13-7.

- Paintsville's Kash Daniel ran for the conversion on the game's final play as the Tigers edged Pikeville in OT, 23-22.

 

SLOW STARTS

- Central Hardin trailed winless Bullitt East 6-0 with less than a minute remaining in the first half before the Bruins won, 35-13.

- Eastern fell behind 14-0 before beating Collins in a shootout, 49-44.

 

RIGHT OUT OF THE GATE

- Scott County led 33-0 in the opening 12 minutes and 40-0 before halftime in its 54-28 win over Highlands.

- St. Xavier's Blake Roshkowski returned the opening kickoff for a 99-yard touchdown in the Tigers' home win against Bowling Green.

 

STILL UNBEATEN

- Trinity coach Bob Beatty moved to 15-0 (in 16 seasons) against teams from Fayette County.

 

WELCOME BACK (KOTTER)

- Elizabethtown's Hunter Sullivan, who was expected to miss most - if not all - of this football season after having Tommy John surgery in the spring, caught a touchdown pass and threw for a touchdown in the Panthers' 38-0 win over the North Oldham Mustangs.

 

MORE THAN A DECADE

- With its 50-7 win against Fort Campbell, Hopkinsville is 3-0 for the first time since 2004.

- Warren Central lost at John Hardin, matching the Dragons' longest losing streak (5; first three of 2015, final two of 2014) in 20 years according to warprodlive on twitter.

 

EARLY ENDINGS

- According to the Lexington Herald-Leader, Bryan Station's win against Cooper was "called seconds into the third quarter due to weather and broken glass on the field."

- Lexington Christian's 21-6 win over Green County was called shortly after halftime "due to lightning in the area" according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

- Henry Clay led George Rogers Clark 35-13 with 3:53 left in the game when it was called due to weather, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

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Now that's impressive to me!!!

 

That is impressive, no doubt. But I've seen Young play before. Quick, elusive, good vision. Not the biggest or strongest player, but he's one fine high school player. And there's nothing wrong with that.

 

Why didn't I mention him? Because I didn't know his stats.

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