Each Tuesday the KHSAA releases statistical reports for football, boys' soccer and girls' soccer based on information submitted by member schools. Not all schools have reported their statistics. Here's a look at the reported numbers:
409: Isaiah Bankhead's total passing yardage in North Hardin's 55-20 win over Mercer County in the Little Caesars Ft. Harrod Bowl on Saturday. He went 28-for-35 with four TDs and an interception. He was the only quarterback to hit 400 yards passing last week.
335: The reported biggest rushing total by an individual in week one. Myles Hurst of 3A Jackson County went for 335 yards on 22 carries. However, Letcher County Central's Jaylyn Williams carried 29 times for 464 in a win over Pike Central last week. LCC statistician Bruce Stamper said the Cougars are still in the process of submitting their stats to the KHSAA.
5:The reported number of most touchdowns scored by an individual in week one, claimed by both Jordan Doan of Somerset and Seth Napier of Perry County Central. (LCC's Williams rushed for six TDs last week.)
51: The number of points scored by Lexington Christian in week one, the most by any team in the city.
13: The number of schools who allowed no points in their season opener. They were: Allen Central, Bishop Brossart, Collins, Doss, Green County, Lexington Christian, Ludlow, Male, Mayfield, North Oldham, Perry County Central, Southwestern, Thomas Nelson
57: The best scoring margin in week one, claimed by Southwestern. The Warriors beat Harlan County 57-0.
-35: The rushing yardage allowed by Scott County against Tates Creek last week, the top defensive performance in that respect last week. The Cardinals won 46-6.
3: How many passing yards Bell County allowed against rival Middlesboro in its 41-7 win. It was the fewest passing yards given up by any team.
2: The number of Class 6A quarterbacks who appeared in the top 15 in both rushing and passing: Lafayette's Walker Wood was third in rushing (143 yards) and fourth in passing (251 yards), while Simon Kenton's Cameron Racke was 13th (73) and ninth (165).
14: Caleb Wilson's total number of goals through three games. The Franklin-Simpson sophomore is responsible for 70 percent of his team's 20 goals through Monday.
7: How many assists Zach Leffler has earned through four games for Walton-Verona. He leads the state.
3: The number of Oneida Baptist players with four assists on the season. They are Oluwadamilare Olowoye, Eyob Kassaye and Alex Assa.
5: That's how many teams have yet to yield a goal this season: Central Hardin, Glasgow, Madison Central, Montgomery County and Waggener.
Reported boys' soccer statistics: Boys’ soccer
13: Two players lead the state with this number of goals scored through four games: Christian Foster of Bullitt East and Mollie Dotson of North Laurel.
5.0: The average number of goals scored by Maddye Rice (McCracken County) and Hannah Wallhausser (Berea). Each team has played twice.
7: The number of teams that haven't been scored on this season: Berea, Glasgow, Lawrence County, Madisonville, Manual, Simon Kenton, Whitley County.
8: How many assists Sayre's Ellie Alford and Kate Johnson have combined for this season. They each have four through four games.
Reported girls' soccer statistics: Girls’ soccer