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September 26, 2013 

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Bryan Station head coach Frank Parks walks the sideline in the second quarter. Bryan Station Football hosted Lexington Catholic , Friday, Sept. 13, 2013 at Bryan Station Football Field in Lexington. Photo by Jonathan Palmer

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Friday's kickoffs

All games begin at 7:30 p.m., unless noted

City games

No. 15 Bryan Station (1-2) at Tates Creek (4-1): Bryan Station should be well rested. It had an open date last week, and its game against Bowling Green the second week of the season was canceled because of storms. Tates Creek has blanked two of its last four opponents after having two shutouts in its previous 93 games.

Frankfort (2-2) at Lexington Christian (1-4): Panthers sophomore QB Anthony Robinson has thrown for 720 yards, seven TDs. LCA was 1-4 in 2011 before it beat Frankfort the sixth week of the season.

Lafayette (1-4) at No. 22 Henry Clay (4-0): The Generals have beaten Henry Clay four out of last five years and hold a 35-31-2 edge in the 66-year-old rivalry. Lafayette starting QB Clay Bolin is out with a broken collarbone. Backup QB Johnny Fangmeyer is also injured, leaving Coach Eric Shaw in a quandary. Last season Henry Clay surrendered 117 points in its first four games. It has given up 33 so far this year.

Madison Central (1-4) at Paul Laurence Dunbar (3-2): Since going 8-2 in the 2005 regular season, Dunbar hasn't had more than three regular-season wins in a year. The Bulldogs can achieve that if it can beat a young Madison Central team.

Mercer County (3-2) at No. 6 Lexington Catholic (3-2): Knights QB Reese Ryan, who completed 50 percent of his throws last season, is hitting 62 percent this year and has already matched last season's TD pass total (15). Mercer County has lost to No. 17 Anderson County and No. 25 Central Hardin since starting the season 3-0.

Top state games

Bell County (3-2) at Wayne County (5-0): Wayne County is 24-5 over the last three years, with three of those losses to Bell County.

No. 3 Highlands (5-0) at No. 5 Covington Catholic (3-1), Saturday 1 p.m.: Since 2007 Highlands is 87-1 against Kentucky competition, including a 9-0 mark against CovCath. This will be the third Saturday game in a row for Highlands.

All times p.m. and local to site

High school football weekend schedule

Friday

East Ridge at Fairview, 7:30

Montgomery Co. at Anderson Co., 7:30

Graves Co. at Apollo, 7:30

Collins at Atherton, 7:30

Male at Ballard, 7:30

Owen Co. at Bellevue, 7

Ludlow at Berea, 7:30

Campbellsville at Bethlehem, 7:30

Prestonsburg at Betsy Layne, 7:30

Barren Co. at Bowling Green, 7

Dayton at Bracken Co., 7:30

Hazard at Breathitt Co., 7:30

Oldham Co. at Bullitt East, 7:30

Eastern at Butler, 7:30

Ballard Memorial at Caldwell Co., 7

Obion Central (Tenn.) at Calloway Co., 7

McCreary Central at Casey Co., 7:30

Breckinridge Co. at Caverna, 7

St. Xavier at Central, 7:30

Hopkinsville at Christian Co., 7

Scott Co. at Clark Co., 7:30

Muhlenberg Co. at Crittenden Co., 7

Green Co. at Danville, 7:30

Bardstown at DeSales, 7:30

Boone Co. at Dixie Heights, 7

Nelson Co. at Doss, 7:30

Mason Co. at East Carter, 7:30

Woodford Co. at East Jessamine, 7:30

Bullitt Central at Elizabethtown, 7:30

Kentucky Country Day at Eminence, 7:30

Southern at Fern Creek, 7:30

Lewis Co. at Fleming Co., 7:30

McCracken Co. at Fort Campbell, 7

Russellville at Franklin-Simpson, 7

Bath Co. at Garrard Co., 7:30

Fulton Co. at Gibson Co. (Tenn.), 7:30

Monroe Co. at Glasgow, 7

North Hardin at Grayson Co., 7:30

Harlan Co. at Greeneville (Tenn.), 7:30

Union Co. at Hancock Co., 7

Webster Co. at Hart Co., 7

Lafayette at Henry Clay, 7:30

North Bullitt at Henry Co., 7:30

Beechwood at Holmes, 7

Trigg Co. at Hopkins Co. Central, 7

John Hardin at Iroquois, 7:30

Jackson Co. at Jenkins, 7:30

Boyd Co. at Johnson Central, 7:30

Magoffin Co. at Knott Co. Central, 7:30

Whitley Co. at Knox Central, 7:30

Clay Co. at Leslie Co., 7:30

Somerset at Letcher Co. Central, 7:30

Mercer Co. at Lexington Catholic, 7:30

Frankfort at Lexington Christian, 7:30

Allen Co.-Scottsville at Logan Co., 7

Mayfield at Marshall Co., 7

Todd Co. Central at McLean Co., 7

Warren East at Meade Co., 7

Clinton Co. at Metcalfe Co., 7

Pike Co. Central at Morgan Co., 7:30

Lloyd Memorial at Newport Central Catholic, 7

Spencer Co. at North Oldham, 7:30

Madisonville at Owensboro, 7

Butler Co. at Owensboro Catholic, 7

Henderson Co. at Paducah Tilghman, 7

Phelps at Paintsville, 7:30

Madison Central at Paul Laurence Dunbar, 7:30

Newport at Pendleton Co., 7:30

Rockcastle Co. at Perry Co. Central, 7:30

Middlesboro at Pikeville, 7:30

Estill Co. at Powell Co., 7:30

Lincoln Co. at Pulaski Co., 7:30

Lawrence Co. at Raceland, 7:30

Ashland Blazer at Rowan Co., 7:30

Adair Co. at Russell Co., 7

Cooper at Scott, 7:30

Manual at Seneca, 7:30

Louisville Christian at Shawnee, 7:30

Harlan at Shelby Valley, 7:30

Belfry at Sheldon Clark, 7:30

Ryle at Simon Kenton, 7

Fulton City at South Fulton (Tenn.), 7

Madison Southern at South Laurel, 7:30

Conner at South Oldham, 7:30

Edmonson Co. at South Warren, 7

Bryan Station at Tates Creek, 7:30

Boyle Co. at Taylor Co., 7:30

Gallatin Co. at Trimble Co., 7:30

Indianapolis Cathedral at Trinity, 8

Moore at Valley, 7:30

Louisville Holy Cross at Waggener, 7:30

Carroll Co. at Walton-Verona, 7:30

Greenwood at Warren Central, 7

Thomas Nelson at Washington Co., 7:30

Bell Co. at Wayne Co., 7:30

Russell at West Carter, 7:30

Franklin Co. at West Jessamine, 7:30

Fairdale at Western, 7:30

Bourbon Co. at Western Hills, 7:30

Harrison Co. at Williamsburg, 7:30

Saturday

Highlands at Covington Catholic, 1

Central Hardin at Indianapolis Marshall, 3

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