Some of the top performances from the seventh week of Kentucky high school football:
Mason Alstatt and Walker Wood, Lafayette: This pair combined for 269 of the Generals' 326 rushing yards against a stingy Bryan Station defense. Alstatt had 135 yards and a TD on 29 carries while Wood had 134 yards and two scores on 26 rushes.
The defense, Collins: The Titans shutout Franklin County, Class 4A's second-highest scoring offense, and held the Flyers to 175 total yards. Collins came into the game having allowed 24 points a game and 49, 48 and 35 points over its last three games — all losses.
Treyton Humfleet, Bell County: The junior passed 1,000 yards rushing on the season after going for 205 yards and five TDs on 12 carries in the Bobcats' 47-12 win over Casey County. He outgained the Rebels, who managed just 99 yards and were held to 23 yards on 2-for-10 passing.
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George Gregory, Pulaski County: He rushed 15 times for 157 yards and a TD in the Maroons' 43-0 shutout of Henry Clay. The senior had only rushed for 92 yards entering Friday.
Jailen Reed, Trinity: The Shamrock senior had 144 rushing yards and three TDs in the first half of Trinity's 20-15 win over its biggest rival, St. Xavier.
Zy'aire Hughes, McCracken County: The Mustangs defeated Ohio County 63-14, a win in which Hughes contributed 112 yards and four TDs on only seven rushes.