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Central KY Power Rankings 9-18-17

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1.2A: Lexington Christian Academy (5-0):

LCA continues to roll. The Eagles had yet another 400+ total yardage game Friday night when they hosted Walton-Verona. The Eagles didn’t have much of a problem with the Bearcats as they routed them 48-13. Now, the schedule gets a little tougher for LCA as they play, KCD (5-0), Somerset (3-2) and Danville (5-0) all within a 4 week span.


2.6A: Scott County (3-2):

After starting the season off 3-0 and basically steam rolling their opponents, the Cardinals have since, lost their last 2 games, both to Cincinnati power-houses Moeller and LaSalle. Will the Cardinals rebound this week and pick up a win or will Bryan Station upset the Cardinals and pick up their first win on the season?


3.2A: Danville (5-0):

Danville picked up their 5th straight win this past Friday when they defeated Louisville Waggener on the road, 49-46. The weird part of this game? Danville gave up more total yardage in the win than they had. Waggener 477 to Danville’s 427. Danville must straighten up their defense, especially with LCA laying in wait.


4.3A: Western Hills (3-1):

After dropping their opening game to one of their crosstown foe’s, Western Hills has destroyed their last 3 opponents, outscoring them 156-48, including defeating another crosstown foe, Frankfort 41-14.


5.3A: Boyle County (4-1):

Boyle County didn’t have a problem picking up another win this past week as they defeated 4A Collins 45-17 on the road. Boyle County will host 6A North Hardin (2-3).


6.3A: Lexington Catholic (3-2):

Lexington Catholic picked up a thrilling win over 5A Highlands (2-3) 21-18. The Knights will have their hands full again this week as they host 2A power house, DeSales (4-0).


7.6A: Frederick Douglass (3-1):

Frederick Douglass has picked up 3 impressive wins in the following weeks, defeating Tates Creek 49-22, Lafayette 29-14 and Madison Central 25-15. Can the Broncos keep up the momentum or will Dunbar pick up their first win on the season?


8.6A: Tates Creek (4-1):

Surprisingly Tates Creek is off to a really good start thus far, winning 3 straight. Their latest win came over crosstown foe, Bryan Station 38-8. The Commodores are off this week but next week should be a dandy when they travel to Danville to face the Ads.


9.4A: West Jessamine (4-1):

After starting the season off with a loss, the Colts have rallied to win 4 straight games, all they need is just one more win to match their 5 wins they had combined from 2014-2016, 3 seasons.


10.5A: Anderson County (4-1):

The Bearcats annilated Franklin County 46-13 to pick up their 4th win on the season.




6A: Henry Clay (1-3): Henry Clay picked up a huge road win at 5A Pulaski Southwestern last week, who many thought would contend for a 5A State title this season, this should be a big boost for the Blue Devils. Henry Clay won’t return to action until this Friday when they host 6A Lafayette.


1A: Frankfort (3-2): After starting the season off 3-0, the Panthers have dropped their previous two games, both blowouts.


5A: Madison Southern (3-2): Madison Southern picked up a huge win Friday night defeating Pulaski Southwestern 23-20.


6A: Madison Central (2-3): The Indians fell to Frederick Douglass 25-15 last Friday but are still in good shape.


4A: Franklin County (2-2): The Flyers were blew out in their game against Anderson County last Friday but they shouldn’t worry about it as they still have district play to worry about.

5A: Montgomery County (4-1): Surprisingly, Montgomery County is off to one of it’s best starts, 4-1.


1A: Paris (3-1): The Greyhounds had their 3 game win streak snapped Friday night, falling to Louisville Holy Cross 16-11.





6A: Lafayette (1-4): The Generals have dropped 4 straight after picking up an opening season win.


3A: Garrard County (3-2): Garrard County picked up their 3rd win on the season Friday night, defeating East Jessamine 18-13.


1A: Berea (0-4): Berea is off to one of their worst starts in school history and what’s more saddening, they’ve only scored 6 points (1 Touchdown) in 4 games.


3A: Estill County (1-3): Defending district 7 champs, Estill County is off to a bad start, 1-3 and have lost 3 key players to serious knee injuries and are out for the season.


5A: Woodford County (0-5): Woodford county’s losing streak continues, 11 straight games, dating back to last season.


6A: Paul Lauerence Dunbar (0-4): Dunbar dropped another game Friday night, losing to 3A McCreary Central 22-21 on the road.




Zach Thornton (JR QB Danville): The JR QB threw for 255 yards, 3 TD’s, 0 INT’s on 19/29 passing, also ran for 19 yards and a TD on 10 carries.


Zach Labhart (SO RB Anderson County): The SO RB ran for 189 yards and 5 TD’s on 18 attempts, which ties a school record for most TD’s in a game.




6A Lafayette at 6A Henry Clay: One of these two teams will get their second win on the season. Lafayette is bringing in a 3 game losing streak in while, Henry Clay just snapped their 3 game losing streak.

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