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High school football: Friday's top individual performances

Scott County's Keith Guy runs in an easy touchdown against Lafayette at Ishmael Stadium in Lexington, Ky., Friday, September 18, 2015. Photo by Matt Goins
Scott County's Keith Guy runs in an easy touchdown against Lafayette at Ishmael Stadium in Lexington, Ky., Friday, September 18, 2015. Photo by Matt Goins Herald-Leader

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

Keith Guy and Noah Hughes, Scott County: They combined for nearly 400 rushing yards and seven TDs in the Cardinals' 65-46 win at Lafayette.

Guy netted 223 on 21 carries and scored four times. He also had an interception in the fourth quarter to seal the deal for the Cards.

Hughes went for 172 yards and three TDs on 27 rushes.

Sakima Opsal and Jerrod Martin, Tates Creek: They combined for 23 tackles — Opsal 13 and Martin 10 — in the Commodores' 30-20 win at Madison Southern.

James Clark, Paris: The senior running back tied the school record for TDs (54) after rushing for four at home against Middlesboro. He carried eight times for 151 yards.

Jacob Smith, Newport Central Catholic: He carried 23 times for 216 yards and three TDs in the Thoroughbreds' 47-7 win at Harrison County. Smith had rushed for 104 yards on 38 carries this season entering the game.

Jacob Rickard, McLean County: The senior defensive lineman had five sacks against Hopkins County Central, a new school record. He paced a Cougars defense that held the Storm to 20 yards of offense in the second half.

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