Oct. 5 Hike: Your guide to Friday's high school football

mfields@herald-leader.comOctober 4, 2012 


City games

Bryan Station (4-2) at Paul Laurence Dunbar (2-4): Bryan Station has scored 81 points in the third quarter this season. Paul Dunbar is scoreless in the third quarter.

Henry Clay (3-4) at Scott County (5-1): Scott County has won its last 10 games against Lexington opponents. Henry Clay's Elijah Bell is averaging 251 all-purpose yards a game.

Lafayette (4-3) at Clark County (0-6): The Cardinals, the only winless team in 6A, must keep tabs on Lafayette's Kylan Nelson, who has 1,428 all-purpose yards.

Lexington Catholic (6-1) at Taylor County (4-2): Kyle Bolin's season-ending knee injury means promising sophomore Reese Ryan takes the QB reins for the Knights.

Middlesboro (3-3) at Lexington Christian (4-2): After an open date last week, the Eagles jump into Class 2A district play against Middlesboro, whom they beat 30-12 last season.

Tates Creek (3-4) at Madison Central (4-2): In last week's win at Dunbar, Tates Creek had at least 200 yards passing and 200 rushing in a game for the first time in a long time.

Top state games

Somerset (4-2) at Danville (5-1): The Briar Jumpers are 4-0 against district rival Danville over the last three years.

Belfry (5-1) at Ashland Blazer (6-1): The Class 3A Pirates face the 4A Tomcats in a matchup of Eastern Kentucky powers.


At Kentucky.com/highschool: View a live broadcast of Friday's iHigh.com Game of the Week:

Somerset at Danville, 7:30 p.m.

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