That's all the football that was played in Lexington on the first Friday night of the high school season.
Paul Laurence Dunbar kicked off to Tates Creek for the start of a scheduled double-header at Dunbar, but after the Commodores ran one play, the game was halted because of lightning.
After waiting out a storm for more than two hours, the teams returned to the field to warm up for a restart at 8:30. But then more lightning was spotted and the teams were ordered off the field. About 45 minutes later, with another storm approaching, officials called it a night.
They will try to play the doubleheader Saturday at Tates Creek. (A soccer tournament is scheduled at Dunbar.) Tates Creek and Dunbar will play at 5:30 p.m., followed by defending Class 6A champ Scott County taking on Lafayette.
Ticket stubs from Friday night will be honored for admission to Saturday's games.
Lexington Christian Academy's home opener against Louisville Christian was also postponed Friday night because of lightning. It will be played AT 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
Storms also caused postponements in Louisville and northeastern Kentucky.
Maroons blast Corbin
Caleb Cox returned a kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown, junior quarterback Riley Hall threw for three touchdowns in the first half and the Pulaski County Maroons trounced Corbin 39-13 in the first game of the Ray Correll Bowl at Somerset.
Hall also returned an interception for a TD to give him four on the evening.
Wayne Co. 41, Monroe Co. 28: Logan Gardner rushed for three TDs as last year's Class 3A runner-up extended its regular-season win streak to 15 games.
Mike Fields: (859) 231-3337. Twitter: @MikeFieldsNotes. Blog: fieldsnotes.bloginky.comNews assistant Josh Moore contributed to this report.