Senior running back Jay Coleman rushed for 245 yards and three touchdowns, propelling Paul Dunbar to a 38-6 road win over Woodford County.
Coleman scored the first three TDs — one in each of the first three quarters — for the Bulldogs (3-0) before Nate Gay and LaDarrius Morton tacked on rushing scores in the fourth.
Dunbar outgained Woodford 402-214, with all but two of the Bulldogs' yards coming on the ground.
Stan Jones, a senior, scored the lone TD for the Yellowjackets (0-3).
Tates Creek 22, Perry Co. Central 18: Quarterback Graham Gordon connected with Austin Rogers for two TDs, Sakima Opsal returned an interception for a score and Tates Creek came from behind to win in the battle between Commodores.
Perry Central outgained Tates Creek 277-198 and had 18 first downs to the Creekers' six, but remained winless on the year (0-3).
Gordon finished with 166 yards on 6-for-12 passing. Rogers reeled in five receptions for 152 yards.
Perry Central quarterback Nathan Pray went 13-for-26 for 232 yards, two TDs and two picks. He also rushed for a score.
Henry Clay 49, Clark Co. 0: Rhoman James rushed for three TDs on five carries as the Blue Devils (1-1) blanked the Cardinals (1-2).
Davonte Robinson went for 108 yards and two TDs on as many touches. His 88-yard TD run with a minute left in the first quarter was a game high.
Joquise Buford also rushed in the triple digits, finishing with 101 yards and a TD on four attempts.
Luke Sharrock's 60 rushing yards accounted for nearly half of the Cardinals' offensive total (135).
Lexington Christian 55, Green Co. 16: Nick Whitman and Dillion Wheatley both rushed for over 100 yards to give LCA (2-1) its second straight victory.
Scott Co. 55, Pleasure Ridge Park 27: Keith Guy went for 122 yards and two TDs, Clay McKee threw three TDs on 6-for-8 passing and the Cardinals (3-0) hit the 50-point mark for the first time this season.
South Oldham 52, Anderson Co. 43: Kevin Kuriger and Adam Clark each scored two rushing TDs as the host Dragons (2-0) survived a shootout with the Bearcats (1-1).
Chris Toomey's 21-yard TD reception got Anderson within 45-43 with 5:13 left in the game.
Kuriger fumbled at the Anderson 3-yard line with 3:38 left, yielding a go-ahead chance for the Bearcats. However, Connor John intercepted a Zach Carmichael pass and returned it 32 yards to give the Dragons the final nine-point advantage with 1:25 to go.
Pikeville 62, Paintsville 8: Daric Pugh followed up his seven-TD night last week with a slightly less productive outing, scoring six TDs in the first half of the Panthers' rout of the Tigers (1-1).
Pugh rushed for five TDs and caught another. The junior's final score — a 32-yard rush with :43 left to play in the second quarter — was his 13th TD over the Panthers' last six quarters. Pikeville is 3-0.
Meade Co. 27, John Hardin 25: The 2013 Class 6A runner-up got off to its first 3-0 start since the 2001 season as it held off a John Hardin two-point conversion attempt with 48 seconds, avenging last season's 17-7 loss to the Bulldogs.
Conversely, John Hardin is off to its worst start since the 2001 season. The Bulldogs dropped their third straight game for the first time since 2006.
Bowling Green 6, St. Xavier 0 (OT): Cameron Gott threw a four-yard TD pass to Robbie Lofton after a missed St. X field goal to extend the Purples' win streak to 47 games.
Kicker Michael Bennett failed to connect on a 24-yard attempt on the Tigers' opening overtime possession. Bennett missed a 47-yard try that would have given St. X (2-1) a lead with 1:22 left in the game.
Cincinnati Moeller 39, Covington Catholic 0: Six different Crusaders scored in the Ohio school's thrashing of the visiting Colonels (2-1), who failed to get on the scoreboard after scoring 39 and 41 points in their first two games.
Franklin Co. 49, Oldham Co. 7: Denzel Vance scored two rushing TDs and caught two more scores in the Flyers' home debut.
Vance, a sophomore, caught six passes for 103 yards for Franklin (3-0), which held the Colonels (0-3) to 67 offensive yards.
Carson Axtell's 90-yard kickoff return to open the game gave Oldham its only lead.
Elizabethtown 55, Washington Co. 7: The Panthers (3-0) held the Commanders (0-2) to just 20 yards while generating 407 yards of total offense in the blowout.