No high school player in Kentucky history scored more touchdowns than Domonique Hayden.
In his college debut Saturday, the former Lexington Christian standout picked up where he left off, rushing for 110 yards and five touchdowns to lead Thomas More to a 56-12 rout of host Hanover.
Hayden — who set state records for touchdowns (138), rushing TDs (120) and total points (837) at LCA — scored his first touchdown on a 25-yard run in the first quarter and added four short TD runs. Thomas More (1-0) rushed for 383 of its 523 yards of offense.
Hanover (1-1) had four passes picked off and lost two fumbles.
Union 48, Kentucky Christian 0: Terence Pollock ran for 100 yards and three touchdowns and became the first player in Union (1-1) history to surpass 3,000 rushing yards in a career. He now has 3,072. Pollock also tied the career touchdown record of 28, shared by Clarence Mackey.
Visiting Kentucky Christian (0-3) had 232 total yards but committed six turnovers. One fumble was returned 71 yards for a touchdown by Union's Zach Eagler in the fourth quarter.
Morehead State 31, St. Francis (Pa.) 21: Zach Lewis threw for four touchdowns and 458 yards to lead host Morehead State.
The Eagles (1-1), who fell behind 7-0 on a long kickoff return, tallied 512 yards of offense in avenging a 31-0 loss to the Red Flash (0-2) last season.
St. Francis' Justin Mullins returned the opening kickoff 92 yards for his second career touchdown return 15 seconds into the game.
Centre 35, Maryville 0: Visiting Centre (1-1) scored 22 points in the third quarter to break open a game it led 6-0 at the half.
A 54-yard Jordan Albright punt return in the third quarter led to Centre's first touchdown, a 4-yard keeper by Tyler Osterman. A fumble by the Maryville punter set up the Colonels' next score, and Jimmie Warren's 31-yard interception return made it 28-0 entering the fourth quarter.
Maryville fell to 0-2.
Cumberland (Tenn.) 33, Campbellsville 21: Visiting Campbellsville (2-1) was unable to recover from six turnovers, including three returned for touchdowns. Cumberland (1-1) opened the scoring with a 56-yard fumble return, and Allant McLemore picked off two Campbellsville passes and returned them for touchdowns.
Campbellsville's Stan Warrenhuffman had a 52-yard TD catch and matched his school single-game record with 10 receptions for 134 yards. Sophomore Harold Small caught two TD passes in the fourth quarter, including an 8-yarder on the last play of the game.
Lindsey Wilson 44, Southern Virginia 3: Host Lindsey Wilson (1-1) outgained Southern Virginia (1-2) 509-83 to get the program's first win. The freshman quarterback combo of Ricky Bowling and Greg Young combined for 18-for-29 passing for 383 yards and five touchdowns.
Cumberlands 55, Virginia-Wise 10: Visiting Cumberlands (1-1) outscored Virginia-Wise 41-3 in the second half and rolled to its first win of the season. Cumberlands had 306 yards rushing.