Make it a perfect 10 in a row for Henry Clay.
The Blue Devils (8-2) piled up 419 yards on the ground and held host Dunbar to 125 yards of total offense in a 41-5 rout Friday night, their 10th consecutive victory in the rivalry.
Four rushers gained at least 53 yards for the Devils, led by Bo Brooks' 181 yards on 15 carries. Brooks scored on runs of 64 and 7 yards.
Quarterback Vinny Miller ran for 91 yards, Blake Green 55 and Sean Bryant 53.
Henry Clay's defense, meanwhile, held Dunbar's offense to three points — a Matt Puracchio field goal in the second quarter. Dunbar (1-9) opened the scoring with a safety when Miller was tackled in the end zone on a punt return.
Henry Clay had 22 first downs to Dunbar's five.
Tates Creek 28, Woodford County 13: Jontez Jones rushed for 149 yards and a touchdown, and host Tates Creek (6-4) held Woodford to 28 yards on the ground.
Martrell Berry threw a pair of touchdown passes to Austin Crutcher, including a 36-yarder right before the half that gave the Commodores a 21-6 lead.
Woodford County cut it to 21-13 in the third quarter on a short Taylor Stakelin touchdown run, but an eight-play, 89-yard Tates Creek drive capped by Brandon Shrout's 4-yard TD run with 2:40 left sealed the win.
Matt Couch kept Woodford County in the game with 276 yards passing, but the Yellowjackets (1-9) committed four turnovers.
No. 1 Trinity 56, Lexington Catholic 7: Trinity sophomore Travis Wright completed 7 of 8 passes for 190 yards and three touchdowns, and the visiting Knights (5-5) were their own worst enemy by committing six turnovers.
Hunter Kopp had three catches for 137 yards and two scores for the Shamrocks (9-1), who led 28-0 after one quarter and 42-0 at the half.
Trinity's James Quick returned the second-half kickoff 89 yards for a touchdown, and the Shamrocks added an 85-yard fumble return to go ahead 56-0. Casey Nash returned the ensuing kickoff 90 yards for Catholic's only score.
North Hardin 31, Bryan Station 12: Terrance Demery scored the only touchdown of the first half and scored twice to open the second half to lead visiting North Hardin (6-4).
Bryan Station (1-9) cut the deficit to 21-6 at the end of the third quarter on Ray Roberts' 61-yard touchdown pass to Loran Smith. But North Hardin's Naiym Johnson ran 57 yards for a fourth-quarter touchdown to ice it.
No. 16 Scott County 36, Fern Creek 21: Scott County (7-3) returned three fumbles for touchdowns to beat host Fern Creek (3-7).
Josh Walls opened the scoring with a 35-yard fumble return, and Jordan Kindred and Cody Campbell had fumble returns of 24 and 11 yards in the second half to help the Cardinals break open a game it led 15-14 at the half.
Scott County quarterback Ben Lawler threw two touchdown passes to James Happy.
Collins 49, Madison Central 21: Branden Cresap threw for 412 yards and six touchdowns, and visiting Collins (9-1) rolled over Madison Central (1-9).
Cresap's touchdowns included throws of 62, 60 and 74 yards. Ben Axline caught three TD passes, and Tavis Elzy had eight receptions for 192 yards and two scores.
Madison Central rushed for 281 yards. Jamez Chenault had 96 yards on 20 carries, and Darian Cox picked up 94 yards on 10 carries. Collins led 35-0 at the half and 49-7 after three quarters. Cox had a 9-yard TD run in the fourth quarter, and Matt Whithers had a 33-yard TD run for Madison Central
East Jessamine 42, North Oldham 14: Cameron Thomas ran for 270 yards on 25 carries with two touchdowns for visiting East Jessamine, which broke open a 7-7 halftime score with 35 points in the second half.
Franklin County 54, Western Hills 14: Freshman running back Chris Roberts had 102 yards rushing and two touchdowns on only four carries, and host Franklin County (7-3) rolled.
West Jessamine 43, Grant County 13: Sean Donaldson scored the first three touchdowns of the game to spark the rout for host West Jessamine (7-3). Donaldson sandwiched two Matt Carbol touchdown passes around a 55-yard interception return.