Theo Price, Kevin Claussen and Keith Guy each rushed for more than 100 yards in fourth-ranked Scott County's penultimate home game as the Cardinals crushed No. 24 Bryan Station 70-30 on Friday night.
Price and Claussen also rushed for three touchdowns apiece in the win. Dylan Smith added the last of Scott's seven rushing TDs.
Price carried 17 times for a game-high 185 yards. Claussen's 19 rushes yielded 128 yards, while Guy's 125 yards came on just nine attempts.
The Defenders (3-4) were gashed for 482 rushing yards while just managing 38 yards of their own on the ground.
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Bryan Station did outgain Scott County 347-20 through the air, all of which came on the arm of Ora Johnson.
Johnson completed 21 of his 39 passes, throwing four TDs and one interception. He also rushed for a TD.
Three of Johnson's TD completions went to Lavelle Cloyd, who finished with 94 yards.
CJ Walker led the Defenders with 157 receiving yards — including an 80-yard TD catch — on five receptions.
Clark Co. 33, Tates Creek 26: Josiah Israel scored two first-half rushing TDs and carried for 102 yards to lead the Cardinals (2-6) to the victory in their final home game of the season.
Luke Sharrock went 13-for-21 for 204 yards and two TDs for Clark, which pulled out the win at home despite losing both the yardage (386 to Creek's 426) and time of possession (21:59 to 26:01) battles.
The Cardinals entered the game having lost to every opponent since they won 58-13 over Rowan County in their season opener. The Commodores (5-4) have now dropped three of their last four games after starting 4-1 on the year.
Junior Graham Gordon threw three TDs in the loss, all to senior R.J. Taylor in the second half.
Gordon finished with 242 yards on 21-for-34 passing. Taylor caught 12 passes for 147 yards.
Lafayette 43, Madison Central 27: Malik Robinson rushed for 133 yards and two TDs over the Indians (1-8). The Generals (3-6) outgained Central 480-322 on the night.
Somerset 21, Lexington Christian 7: Two of Tanner Gadberry's five completions connected with Brayden McWilliams for TDs, leading the Briar Jumpers (4-4) on the road over the Knights (1-7).
No. 8 Covington Catholic 42, Harrison Co. 6: The Colonels (6-2) outgained the Thorobreds (2-7) 515-165, with CovCath QB Sam Dressman accounting for 280 yards passing.
No. 17 Anderson Co. 35, Franklin Co. 21: The Bearcats (7-1) handed the Flyers (8-1) their first loss of the season after holding the Franklin County offense scoreless in the second half.
Ross Cox rushed for three TDs, including a 1-yard score in the closing seconds of the second quarter to knot the game at 21. Cox scored both Bearcats TDs in the fourth quarter.
Zach Carmichael added a passing and rushing TD for Anderson, winners of their last five.
No. 23 Conner 53, Grant Co. 6: University of Kentucky Class of 2014 commit Drew Barker threw four TDs and rushed for two more for the Cougars (6-2) in the blowout.
Barker's runs came at the end of Conner's first two drives.
His passing scores came over four of the next five Cougar possessions. Two of those completions went to Jesse McKeehan, and the longest came near the end of the first quarter on a 64-yarder to Michael Postel.
The Braves (1-7) were dwarfed in passing yardage 340-33
Montgomery Co. 49, Woodford Co. 14: Chaiten Tomlin threw four TDs for the Indians (5-3), winners of their last three. Montgomery has averaged 49 points per game and defeated its opponents by an average of 26 points during the streak.
It was the first time since the second week of the season the Yellowjackets (1-7) have managed to score in double digits.
Mason Co. 42, West Carter 0: Senior wide receiver Tee King caught three TDs in the first half as the Royals (8-0) extended their regular-season winning streak to 13 dating back to last season.
Harlan Co. 51, Whitley Co. 6: Fred Massey rushed for 232 yards on 20 carries to lead the visiting Black Bears (5-3) over the Colonels (0-8). Massey scored two TDs and a two-point conversion in the win.
Collins 52, Waggener 0: The Titans (6-2) held the Wildcats (1-7) to just 29 total yards on the night, and scored 42 of their points in the opening quarter.