Some of the top performances from the 11th week of Kentucky high school football:
Tyven McWhorter, Henry Clay: The senior became the 35th player in state history — and second Lexingtonian this year — to return an interception 100 yards for a TD in the Blue Devils' 49-21 rout of Campbell County.
Kurtlen Brown, Ashland Blazer: In relief of Blazer star Quinton Baker, the junior stepped up with 211 yards and two TDs on 23 carries in the Tomcats' 41-22 loss at Tates Creek.
Andy Thompson, Lexington Catholic: He needed only four carries to reach 138 yards and score two TDs in LexCath's rout of Class 5A Southwestern.
Xondre Willis, Belfry: In the Pirates' 41-0 blanking of Johnson Central, the senior carried seven times for 188 yards and three TDs.
Brett Slusher, Beechwood: He had three TDs in the first half, 10 catches for 198 yards and finished with 252 all-purpose yards for the Tigers in their 31-14 victory over Newport Central Catholic.
Kendrick Hamilton, Scott County: The junior rushed for 123 yards and three TDs on only nine carries in the Cardinals' 56-35 win over Covington Catholic.
Kash Daniel, Paintsville: The UK commit rushed for three TDs, threw a TD pass and had 19 tackles in the Tigers' 44-27 win over Shelby Valley, giving Paintsville its first undefeated regular season since 1978.