Johnson Central running back J.J. Jude ran for 437 yards and scored six touchdowns en route to setting Kentucky's career rushing record in a 63-20 victory against visiting Holmes in the Class 4A playoffs Friday night.
Jude, who entered the game 124 yards shy of Derek Homer's mark, carried the ball 35 times and has now run for 8,539 yards during his career.
Next up for Jude and the Golden Eagles is a matchup with Highlands, ranked No. 2 in Dave Cantrall's Rating the State.
No. 2 Highlands 63, Boyd Co. 7: Patrick Towles, who has committed to the University of Kentucky, threw four touchdown passes to lead the Bluebirds (11-0) to a 42-0 lead in the first quarter.
No. 12 Lexington Catholic 76, Clay Co. 18: Marcelis Logan ran for three first-quarter touchdowns and added an 80-yard kickoff return for a TD late in the second quarter for the Knights (9-2). Catholic's defense also accounted for four TDs. Derek Hayden, Trey Mattingly, Casey LeBrun and Chris Noll also scored on fumble recoveries.
Sam Carr ran for 381 yards and three TDs for the Tigers.
The Knights' next opponent is Mercer County, a 19-14 winner at Russell County.
Frankfort 49, Dayton 0: Caleb Leach ran for 109 yards and two touchdowns for the Panthers.
Lexington Christian 55, Shelby Valley 13: Eagles quarterback Lincoln Henzman ran for two TDs and threw for another in a win against the visiting Wildcats.
Leslie County, which defeated visiting Middlesboro 35-12, is next up for LCA.
Breathitt Co. 45, Sheldon Clark 0: The Bobcats rolled up 572 yards of offense and were led by quarterback Richard Trent, who figured in five of the team's seven scores.
Trent threw for 207 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 154 yards and two TDs.
Will Collins ran for 113 yards and a TD to go with two touchdown receptions.
No. 23 Franklin Co. 56, Scott 21: Flyers QB Logan Woodside accounted for six scores, three on the ground and three through the air, as the hosts built a 56-7 lead.
Woodside was 18-for-24 for 310 yards. Greg Maupin had seven catches for 149 yards and a touchdown.
Anderson Co. 33, South Oldham 26: Ethan Kelly scored on a 4-yard run with 4:50 to play to break a 26-26 tie and give the Bearcats (9-2) the victory at home.
Anderson County's Seth Carmichael threw three TD passes to put his team in front 26-7 before the Dragons scored 19 straight to even it up.
No. 24 Harlan Co. 20, Pulaski Co. 0: Marcus McMillian ran for 220 yards on 21 carries, including all three of the the Black Bears' scores, in a shutout of visiting Pulaski County. Jake Middleton added 119 yards on 14 carries.
Campbell Co. 22, Tates Creek 20: Quarterback Tyler Durham ran for three touchdowns and the Camels took a 19-0 lead before holding on to defeat the visiting Commodores.
Tates Creek QB Martell Berry threw an 8-yard TD pass to Graham Gordon and scored on a 1-yard run to get Tates Creek back in the game.
Durham ran for 203 yards on 30 carries.
No. 18 Boone Co. 28, Madison Central 21: Hunter Stocker ran for a touchdown and threw for another to put the Indians in front 13-0 and in position for an upset, but the Rebels (7-4) rallied for the win on the road.
Kameron Schwartz threw two TD passes, including the game-winner to Bryson Thompson, with 13 seconds left. Schwartz also ran for a 19-yard touchdown.
Dominique Hawkins ran for 73 yards, including a 39-yard TD for Madison Central.
Stocker finished with 144 passing yards and was sacked four times.
No. 1 Trinity 72, Simon Kenton 0: The top-ranked Shamrocks (10-0) rolled with Travis Wright throwing for 278 yards and four TDs.
Trinity's Garrett Sauer and Dayln Dawkins both ran for two touchdowns. Mitchell Cunningham had five catches for 85 yards and two scores.
Trinity will next play Manual, a 35-6 winner against Central Hardin. The Shamrocks defeated Manual 58-7 earlier this season.
No. 6 Scott Co. 56, Oldham Co. 16: The Cardinals (11-0), led by Dierrius Dumphord's 130 yards and three touchdowns, totaled 383 yards on the ground at home. Kevin Clausen added 109 yards and two scores.
No. 19 Eastern 49, Paul Dunbar 3: Tanner Evans threw for 214 yards and four TDs in the Eagles' dominating victory against visiting Dunbar.
Jimmy Brannon caught three passes for 78 yards and two TDs, and he also ran for 62 yards and a score.