Bryan Station, ranked 23rd, gave up a touchdown with 11:20 left in the first quarter but held Clark County (0-3) scoreless the rest of the game and won convincingly on the road Friday night, 54-7.
Ora Johnson went for 240 yards and four TDs on 17-for-28 passing for the winners (3-1). Kenyon Hipps had seven catches for 103 yards and a score and added 54 yards and a touchdown on four rushes.
Lavelle Cloyd ran for 52 yards and two TDs on four catches. Curtis Sellers carried 11 times for 83 yards and a TD.
No. 7 Lexington Catholic 28, No. 18 Male 7: The Knights (3-1) scored in every quarter and held Male scoreless until the final minute of the game, winning in Louisville and giving the Bulldogs (3-1) their first loss of the season. Louisville recruit Kyle Bolin was only 16-for-33 but passed for 232 yards and three TDs.
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David Bouvier led the Knights with eight catches for 90 yards. Sam Letton and Jaylen Jones caught TD passes of 13 yards and 19 yards, respectively.
Cincinnati Hills 21, Lexington Christian 7: After winning their first three games by a total of 11 points, the Eagles (3-1) couldn't muster enough offense at home against Cincinnati Hills (3-0).
The Eagles managed only nine first downs. They kept the passing battle close, 204-193 in favor of Hills, but only put up six rushing yards against Cincinnati's 153. LCA's lone score came with 9:03 left in the game on a Justin King 22-yard pass to Lincoln Henzman.
Owensboro 24, Lafayette 14: The Generals (1-3) surrendered 18 points in the second quarter and ended the game on the wrong side of a 24-7 run. The game in Owensboro was called with 11 minutes to play because of lightning.
Airius Phillips, Khalil Hinton, and Deanthony Walton each rushed for a TD for the Red Devils (3-1). Graham Gilliam had the first score for Owensboro, a 31-yard field goal.
Kylan Nelson was responsible for both Lafayette touchdowns, a 15-yard score in the first and a third-quarter run from 5 yards out.
No. 6 Scott Co. 41, Madison Central 16: Senior running back Dieries Dumphord rushed 16 times for 78 yards and three scores for the Cardinals (3-1), who held the visiting Indians (2-1) to a field goal in the first half.
Kevo Edwards led Scott County with 129 yards on 11 rushes. Edwards, Kevin Clausen and Clay McKee each added a touchdown for the Cardinals.
No. 19 Franklin Co. 62, Frankfort 30: Ryan Timmons ran only five times for 106 yards and three TDs, and the Flyers (4-0) had little trouble with the Panthers (3-1), putting up 56 points on the visitors in the first half. Logan Woodside added two passing TDs and another score on the ground.
Breathitt Co. 36, Jackson Co. 14: Senior quarterback Richard Trent passed for 179 yards and five touchdowns on 9-for-12 completions for the visiting Bobcats (4-0).
No. 17 Eastern 41, Collins 29: Cody Wolfe threw two TD passes and ran for one for the Eagles (3-1), who ended the game on a 28-6 run after falling behind 10-0 early to the visiting Titans (2-2).
Nicholas Co. 44, Berea 28: Senior Austin Allison took over on both sides of the ball in the second half for the Bluejackets (3-1) against the Pirates (1-3). He scored from 53 yards and 1 yard out on consecutive offensive possessions in the third quarter. In the fourth he returned an interception for a 98-yard TD and added a 12-yard rushing score later in the quarter.
Perry Co. Central 50, Lawrence Co. 49: The visiting Commodores (1-3) got their first victory of the season in dramatic fashion. The Bulldogs (2-2) gave up an Austin Pray 70-yard punt return for a TD in the fourth that pulled the Commodores within six points following the PAT. Following a stop by the Commodore defense, Pray connected with Robert McClain on an 83-yard TD with 3.4 seconds left in the game that knotted things up at 49-all. The extra point was good.
Rockcastle Co. 46, Estill Co. 18: The Rockets (2-2) never looked back after juniors Corey McPhetridge and Tyler Harper connected for a 79-yard TD score in the first quarter which started a 27-6 run against the visiting Engineers (0-4).
McPhetridge finished with 213 yards and two touchdowns on only 6-for-9 passing. He carried eight times for 31 yards and two TDs.
Bath Co. 28, East Carter 7: Clark Kissick led the Wildcats (3-1) past the Raiders (0-4) with 205 yards and a TD on 12-for-21 passing. Senior tight end Chase Hamm had seven catches for 134 yards and a touchdown.
Russell Co. 28, Pulaski Co. 14: Senior running back Nick Britt went for 150 yards and two TDs on 21 carries against the visiting Maroons (1-2). Senior wide receiver Blake Ellis had four catches for 73 yards and a score for the Lakers (4-0).