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Best of the Bluegrass: Week 3-of-11 (Sept. 2 Weekend Games)


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RUSHING

* Christian County's Trequan Taylor ran for 156 yards and three touchdowns against Henderson County.

* Cooper's Jaden Jackson carried the ball 23 times for 181 yards and a touchdown against Bryan Station.

* Dixie Heights' Jose Torres had two long touchdown runs (58 yards, 29 yards) in the first half against Milford (Ohio).

* Elizabethtown's Kass Disney ran for three touchdowns (25 yards, 10 yards, 48 yards) on his first three carries against North Oldham.

* Franklin County's Jerimiah Green ran for three touchdowns against Woodford County.

* Hancock County had two players -- Jake Smith (221 yards, four touchdowns) and Tanner Singleton (14 carries for 118 yards) -- run for at least 100 yards against Ohio County.

* John Hardin's Robert Shorter ran for touchdowns on 3-of-5 carries against Warren Central.

* Johnson Central's Joe Jackson carried the ball 19 times for 169 yards and two touchdowns against Lexington Catholic.

* Mayfield's Trajon Bright carried the ball 27 times for 316 yards and three touchdowns against Paducah Tilghman.

* McCracken County had three players (Corey Fike, Taeshawn Allen, Simeon Jones-Herbert) run for two touchdowns each against Madisonville-North Hopkins.

* McLean County's Trevor Turley ran for two touchdowns and one conversion in the fourth quarter alone to help his team rally past Crittenden County.

* Owensboro's Landon Board carried the ball 31 times for 268 yards and two touchdowns (7 yards, 48 yards) against Owensboro Catholic.

* Owensboro Catholic's Vonn Williams ran for 195 yards on 31 carries against Owensboro.

* Paintsville's Kent Phelps carried the ball 21 times for 207 yards and two touchdowns against Pikeville.

* Russellville had three players -- Dru West (152 yards, two touchdowns), Jaylyn McMurry (110 yards, three touchdowns) and Johnny Drumgole (130 yards, one touchdown) -- with at least 110 yards and one touchdown against Butler County.

* Scott County's Kendrick Hamilton carried the ball 18 times for 204 yards and three touchdowns against Highlands.

* Trigg County's JaKobe Bridges ran for three first-half touchdowns against Caverna.

* Union County's Dontae Smith ran for 206 yards and four touchdowns against Webster County.

 

PASSING

* Bowling Green's Clark Payne was 24-for-36 for 248 yards and three touchdowns against St. Xavier.

* Bryan Station's Jalen Burbage was 27-of-43 for 266 yards and three touchdowns against Cooper.

* Butler County's Rex Henderson had three touchdowns rushing

(99 yards) and three touchdowns passing (249 yards) against Russellville.

* Christian County's Kolbe Langhi was 6-of-9 for 204 yards and three touchdowns against Henderson County.

* Collins' JR Lucas passed for 283 yards and four touchdowns against Eastern.

* Covington Catholic's AJ Mayer was 18-of-35 for 247 yards and three touchdowns against Sycamore (Ohio).

* Danville's Zack Dampier passed for 314 yards and four touchdowns against Boyle County.

* Henry Clay's Greg Couch was 12-of-25 for 197 yards and four touchdowns against George Rogers Clark.

* Highlands' Brady Gosney was 21-of-35 for 325 yards and four touchdowns against Scott County.

* Hopkinsville's Jalen Johnson threw for five touchdowns against Fort Campbell. Johnson has opened the season by throwing for at least four touchdowns in every game.

* Lexington Catholic's Kirk Fagot was 13-of-25 for 264 yards and three touchdowns against Johnson Central.

* Ohio County's Heath Simmons was 29-of-43 for 350 yards and two touchdowns against Hancock County. Simmons also ran for one touchdown.

* Owensboro Catholic's Will Warren was 17-of-26 for 159 yards and four touchdowns (10, 10, 11 and 35 yards) against Owensboro.

* Lexington Christian's Brayden Miller was 7-of-8 for 185 yards and three touchdowns against Green County.

* Paducah Tilghman's Dalton Ferrell passed for 281 yards and two touchdowns against Mayfield.

* Ryle's Tanner Morgan was 17-of-30 for 264 yards and two touchdowns against Boone County.

* Trinity's Spencer Blackburn was 11-of-16 for 196 yards and three touchdowns against Lafayette.

 

RECEIVING

* Bryan Station's Micah Lowe had seven receptions for 91 yards and two touchdowns against Cooper.

* Campbell County's Cameron Sandman had two touchdown receptions (59 yards, 18 yards) against Newport Central Catholic.

* Collins' NaSean Roseberry had seven receptions for 98 yards and two touchdowns against Eastern.

* Danville's David Walker had eight receptions for 143 yards and two touchdowns against Boyle County.

* Henry Clay had two players, Demarcus Tyler and Zac Berezowitz, each with two touchdown receptions against George Rogers Clark.

* Highlands' Nick Veneman had nine receptions for 225 yards and four touchdowns against Scott County.

* Hopkinsville's Shorty Cager had three receiving touchdowns against Fort Campbell, while Hopkinsville's CJ Henagan had two.

* Lexington Christian's Caelan Lebryk caught three passes -- all for touchdowns -- against Green County.

* McCracken County's Darian Woods had four receptions for 132 yards and two touchdowns against Madisonville-North Hopkins.

* Ohio County had three players -- Chris Thompson (eight receptions, 123 yards, one touchdown), Michael Griffin (eight, 89, one) and Nick Morris (eight, 107 yards, one) -- with at least eight catches, 75 receiving yards and one touchdown against Hancock County.

* Owensboro Catholic's Weston Jacob had two touchdown receptions (10 yards, 25 yards) against Owensboro.

* Paducah Tilghman's Jordan Harmon had three receptions for 44 yards and two touchdowns against Mayfield.

* Trinity's Jovel Smith had six receptions for 122 yards and three touchdowns against Lafayette.

 

DEFENSE

* Danville's Dmauriae VanCleave had four interceptions against Boyle County.

* Elizabethtown's Jay Becherer blocked a field goal and had an interception against North Oldham.

* Hopkinsville held Fort Campbell to minus-22 net rushing yards.

* John Hardin limited Warren Central to minus-12 yards of total offense. John Hardin's Cameron Doss had two interceptions.

* Madisonville-North Hopkins' Dylan Cloern returned an interception 46 yards for a touchdown (and his team's only score) against McCracken County.

* North Hardin's Brandon Leak recovered a fumble and had an interception against Caldwell County.

 

SPECIAL TEAMS

* Bowling Green's Devan Johnson had two first-half blocked punts against St. Xavier.

* Conner's Matt Simpson returned a kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown against Simon Kenton.

* Hopkinsville's Taylor Harton was 3-of-3 on extra points and made a pair of 25-yard field goals against Fort Campbell.

* North Hardin's Andrew Rugerio, in a span of 96 seconds, kicked the game-tying extra point and the game-winning 30-yard field goal against Caldwell County.

* Owensboro Catholic's Nick Mills returned a kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown against Owensboro.

* Trigg County's KiRome Bingham returned a kickoff

59 yards for a touchdown against Caverna.

 

VERSATILITY

* Apollo's Nic Brooks had two touchdowns rushing (65 yards, 18 yards) and one touchdown receiving (32 yards) against Logan County.

* Bishop Brossart's Chase Keller was involved in both of his team's touchdowns (one passing, one rushing) against Bellevue.

* Bowling Green's Jamale Carothers had one touchdown rushing and one touchdown receiving against St. Xavier.

* Campbell County's Austin Hoeh had two touchdowns passing and one touchdown rushing against Newport Central Catholic.

* Central Hardin's Darious Barbour accounted for 326 offensive yards (256 rushing, 70 receiving) and five touchdowns (four rushing, one receiving) against Bullitt East.

* Cooper's Jared Lonaker ran for two touchdowns and was 15-of-28 for 292 yards and four touchdowns against Bryan Station.

* Danville's Donlevy Harris, in just the first half, had two touchdowns receiving and one touchdown rushing against Boyle County.

* Lloyd Memorial's Jordan Fann had two touchdowns passing and one touchdown rushing against Grant County, while Lloyd Memorial's Lashunn Townsend had three touchdowns (two rushing, one receiving).

* Mayfield's Kyle Hurt had two touchdowns rushing and added another touchdown on a 20-yard interception return against Paducah Tilghman.

* Newport Central Catholic's Patrick Henschen had two touchdowns rushing and one touchdown passing against Campbell County.

* North Hardin's Isaiah Bankhead ran for more than 100 yards and a touchdown and threw for more than 100 yards and a touchdown against Caldwell County.

* Owensboro Catholic's Sam Harrington executed an onside kick before catching a game-winning 11-yard touchdown pass against Owensboro.

* Paintsville's Darren Morris had two touchdowns rushing (96 yards on 15 carries) and two touchdowns passing (2-of-3) against Pikeville.

* Simon Kenton's Luke Vance ran for two touchdowns and recovered a fumble against Conner.

 

NOTABLE

* Boyle County was "running clocked" by a time for the first time in school history against Danville.

* Danville is 3-0 for the first time since 2010.

* Greenwood beat South Warren for the first time in school history after South Warren had won each of the previous three meetings by an average of 35.3 points.

* McLean County, which trailed 7-0 in the fourth quarter in its win against Crittenden County, is 3-0 for the first time since 2008.

* North Hardin is 3-0 -- and having trailed in all three games -- for the first time since 1999 with all three of the Trojans' wins coming against teams (Boyle County, John Hardin, Caldwell County) which were ranked in their respective classes at game time.

* South Warren's school-record 17-game winning streak ended with a loss to Greenwood.

* Trigg County's 71 points against Caverna was Trigg County's highest-scoring output since 1970 (according to Scott Brown).

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