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High school football: Friday's top individual performances

Johnson Central's Conner Ratliff bullies his way in to the endzone for a touchdown against LexCath at Lexington Catholic football stadium in Lexington, Ky., Friday, September 4, 2015. Photo by Matt Goins
Johnson Central's Conner Ratliff bullies his way in to the endzone for a touchdown against LexCath at Lexington Catholic football stadium in Lexington, Ky., Friday, September 4, 2015. Photo by Matt Goins Herald-Leader

Some of the top performances from the third week of Kentucky high school football:

Rodjay Burns and Jailen Reed, Trinity: Burns had 180 all-purpose yards, including 105 yards on six catches, to lead the Shamrocks' bashing of Lafayette. The U of L had five TDs, four off receptions and another on an 82-yard punt return in the third quarter.

Reed had 175 all-purpose yards, 163 of which came via rushing. He had three TDs on 14 carries.

Mason Alstatt, Lafayette: The Wofford commit was the only General who found any sort of rhythm on Friday — but what a rhythm it was. He returned two kickoffs for TDs — a 97-yarder and a 98-yarder — and finished with 320 all-purpose yards for Lafayette.

Conner Ratliff, Bryce Skaggs and Brice Workman, Johnson Central: All three rushers went for over 100 yards at Lexington Catholic.

Ratliff led the charge with 113 yards and two TDs. Skaggs (111 yards) and Workman (107 yards) had a TD apiece.

Davonte Robinson, Henry Clay: The UK commit had 128 rushing yards and two TDs on only four carries for the Blue Devils in their win over Clark County. He also had seven tackles.

The Defense, Bryan Station: The Defenders had four sacks and limited Cooper to 77 yards of offense in a weather-shortened game. The No. 6 Jaguars averaged over 35 points per game coming into Friday and were shutout by Bryan Station.

Johan Williams, Madison Central: The Indians running back carried 20 times for 174 yards and three TDs.

Kash Daniel, Paintsville: He scored two TDs and two conversions in the final two minutes of play and overtime to give his Tigers their third win over Pikeville in the last 20 tries.

Josiah Robbins, Boyle County: The senior threw for 407 yards and four TDs in the Rebels' big win at rival Danville.

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