Senior Ryan Timmons ran for two touchdowns and was the recipient of two TD passes, all in the first half, and visiting Franklin County took home the 63-0 victory over Western Hills.
The Flyers' first score came on a Timmons 26-yard run with only 16 seconds off the clock in the first quarter. They led the Wolverines 56-0 at halftime.
Timmons' other scores came on a 54-yard pass from senior quarterback Logan Woodside with 1:42 in the first quarter, a 16-yard run and a 38-yard pass from Woodside, both in the second quarter. He finished with 133 yards on three catches.
Woodside went 10-for-11 for 251 yards and five touchdowns.
Highlands 60, Scott Co. 37: A 33-point second quarter highlighted the convincing victory for the Bluebirds. Zach Harris, Jaylen Hayes and Donovan McCoy each rushed for more than 100 yards against the visiting Cardinals.
Harris had 18 carries for 122 yards and three touchdowns. Hayes ran for 113 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries. McCoy went for two scores and 104 yards on 10 rushes.
Dieries Dumphord led the Cardinals with 121 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries.
Woodford County 42, Nelson County 27: A 21-0 run spanning the second and third quarters helped the Yellowjackets secure the victory at home.
Woodford County's George Bowen had 13 carries for 134 yards and three touchdowns. Cardinals quarterback Dylan Beasley threw for 283 yards and four touchdowns.
Bath County 34, West Carter 14: Seniors Timothy Robinson and Jared Castle each had career rushing nights against the Comets, and the visiting Wildcats got the win after trailing 14-7 in the first quarter.
Robinson had 130 yards and four touchdowns in the game. Castle finished with 180 yards and one score.
Paris 20, Paintsville 12: Greyhounds senior running back Marcus Champs had two kickoff returns for 159 yards and two touchdowns on the road against the Tigers. He also had nine carries for 37 yards.
Henderson County 24, Evansville North (Ind.) 21: The visiting Colonels went 70 yards on four plays in 1:14 and scored the winning touchdown with 42 seconds left in the game on a 20-yard pass from Hunter Comer to Jamal Hill. The game winner came after Evansville North went up 21-17 with 1:56 left.
Comer, a senior, went 7-for-12 for 114 yards and a touchdown. He also had a rushing score. Hill had five catches for 96 yards and a touchdown.
Pike County Central 62, Phelps 6: The Hawks held Phelps scoreless until the fourth quarter and took the first game of a scheduled doubleheader as part of the Pike County Bowl at Belfry.
Junior running back Dakota Ray had three second-half touchdowns for the Hawks from 2, 33 and 21 yards out.
Breathitt County 54, Letcher County Central 16: Bobcats quarterback Richard Trent had 20 carries for 171 yards and five touchdowns against the visiting Cougars. He also went 9-for-15 for 156 yards and a touchdown.
Wayne County 54, Estill County 8: The defense showed up for the Cardinals against Estill County, as the home team turned three fumble recoveries into touchdowns in the first quarter.
Recoveries by Dagan Shelton and Jalen Woolidge each went for 40 yards and started and ended the first-quarter scoring, respectively. Ryan Corder had the other recovery, a 15-yard score.
Belfry 46, Harrison County 14: All of the Pirates' points came in the first half, including a 28-point first quarter, and the visiting Thorobreds were held scoreless until the third quarter in the second game of the Pike County Bowl. Trinity Carr had two rushing TDs for Belfry.
Morgan County 38, Boyd County 22: The Cougars went on a 22-0 run spanning the second and third quarters and won on the road against the Lions in the season opener for each team.
Hazard 23, Clintwood (Va.) 17: The Bulldogs held Clintwood scoreless in the second half and overcame a 17-10 halftime deficit to earn the victory at home. Quarterback Evan Whitaker scored the game winner from 1 yard out in the fourth quarter.
Holmes 21, Scott 15: Senior running back Mikekale Scruggs scored the game-winning touchdown for the Bulldogs on a 27-yard run with 5:01 left. He carried seven times for 47 yards and a touchdown against the visiting Eagles.