Some of the top performances from the second week of Kentucky high school football:
Tyler Peters, Anderson County: He had 116 all-purpose yards for the Bearcats. That's not super amazing, but 55 of them came on an interception return early in the fourth quarter that made the difference in Anderson's 27-26 win at Clark County.
Dalton Frasure, Prestonsburg: The senior athlete who's committed to Austin Peay had 230 yards of total offense, seven tackles, two sacks and scored two TDs in the Blackcats' 20-7 win at Sheldon Clark.
"We grinded out a good win and played great defense as a unit," Frasure said in a tweet to the Herald-Leader.
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Dillon Powell, Simon Kenton: Talk about a workhorse — the senior carried 40 times for 286 yards and three TDs at Bryan Station. His final score essentially put the game out of reach with 58 seconds to go at 45-35. The Pioneers scored again to make the final score 52-35.
Peyton Burke and Sakima Opsal, Tates Creek: Burke, a senior QB, threw five TDs, went for 225 yards on 25-for-41 passing without a pick and rushed for a team-high 47 yards in the Commodores' loss at Belfry. Opsal, a senior DB, had 16 tackles including 13 solo.
Keith Guy and Kendrick Hamilton, Scott County: The Cardinals' senior gutted Pulaski County for 163 rushing yards and two TDs. He also caught a TD. Hamilton, a Scott County junior, rushed for 105 yards and a score in the Cardinals' win.
Noah Hanson, Gallatin County: In the Wildcats' 41-0 dusting of Switzerland County (Tenn.), the senior rushed for 137 yards and two TDs and had one reception — a 42-yard score.
Dillon Wheatley, Lexington Christian: The sophomore carried 30 times for 231 yards and five TDs in the Eagles' victory at Kentucky Country Day.