Lafayette's Jeremy Smith threw an 82-yard touchdown pass to William Johnson with 7:04 to play in the third quarter to secure a 22-19 victory against visiting Clark County on Friday night.
It was the second time Smith and Johnson connected for a score for the Generals (6-2), ranked 20th in Dave Cantrall's Rating the State. The first one came on a 74-yard pass play. Johnson also scored on a 3-yard run.
All three of Clark County's scores came on short runs, two by Reid Campbell and the other by quarterback Pokey Harris.
No. 6 Scott Co. 48, Henry Clay 7: Dierrius Dumphord and Kevo Edwards scored two rushing touchdowns apiece to lead Scott County (7-0) to a rout at Henry Clay.
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The Cardinals totaled 351 yards on the ground and were led by Josh Walls, who ran for 114 yards and one score. Dumphord and Edwards ran for 76 and 72 yards, respectively.
No. 13 Lexington Catholic 69, Taylor Co. 6: The Knights' defense and special teams scored three times in the first quarter and Catholic (7-1) scored 41 points in the first quarter in a dominating performance at home.
Catholic quarterback Kyle Bolin, who has committed to Louisville, was 6-for-8 and threw for 167 yards and three touchdowns.
David Bouvier scored on a 3-yard run and a 39-yard punt return, Corey Mesmer scored on a blocked punt, and Derek Hayden recovered a fumble in Taylor County's end zone for a TD.
Bryan Station 51, Paul Dunbar 16: The host Defenders jumped out to a 46-8 halftime lead and cruised from there.
LeDarius Jackson ran for 120 yards and a TD, and Elijah Burdette scored on a 44-yard fumble recovery and a 58-yard interception return.
Madison Central 39, Tates Creek 14: Dominique Hawkins gained 154 yards on 17 carries and scored three TDs to lead the Indians to a win at Tates Creek. Madison Central quarterback Hunter Stocker threw for a TD and ran for another.
The Commodores were held to 43 yards on the ground. Martell Berry threw for 91 yards and one touchdown. Dennis Oxendine scored Tates Creek's other TD on an 81-yard kickoff return.
East Jessamine 44, Montgomery Co. 35: Cameron Thomas ran for 307 yards and four touchdowns and the host Jaguars (5-2) edged Montgomery County. Thomas got the scoring started on a 62-yard run and followed that up with TDs that covered 59, 24 and 6 yards.
Trinity 58, No. 9 Manual 7: The Shamrocks (7-0), who haven't yet appeared in Dave Cantrall's rankings because they hadn't played two in-state opponents, made a strong case for the top spot with a shelling of visiting Manual (6-1).
Dayln Dawkins ran for 142 yards and three TDs, Travis Wright threw for two scores and ran for another, and Garrett Sauer had two TD runs and a TD catch.
Anderson Co. 72, West Jessamine 18: Senior quarterback Seth Carmichael threw for 361 yards and six touchdowns for the host Bearcats.
Ganville Hayes caught two of Carmichael's TD passes and also scored twice on the ground. He had 88 receiving yards and 67 rushing yards.
Lexington Christian 30, Middlesboro 12: Sam Maybriar ran for 77 yards and two touchdowns for the Eagles. Christian Fielden added 67 rushing yards and a TD.
Collins 24, North Oldham 22: Austin Nakatani kicked a 23-yard field goal with 3:53 left to lift host Collins to the victory. DeAndre Farris ran for two TDs for the Titans.
Powell Co. 45, Bath Co. 0: Derek Taulbee, who reached the 3,000-yard rushing mark for his career, scored a pair of touchdowns for host Powell County. Justin Cox added two more rushing TDs.