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High school football: Friday night's top individual performances

Lafayette's Mason Alstatt ran through the tackle of Bryan Station's Quinten Ford, 10, as Lafayette played Bryan Station  on Friday October 2, 2015 in Lexington, KY. Photo by Mark Cornelison | Staff
Lafayette's Mason Alstatt ran through the tackle of Bryan Station's Quinten Ford, 10, as Lafayette played Bryan Station on Friday October 2, 2015 in Lexington, KY. Photo by Mark Cornelison | Staff Herald-Leader

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

Mason Alstatt and Walker Wood, Lafayette: This pair combined for 269 of the Generals' 326 rushing yards against a stingy Bryan Station defense. Alstatt had 135 yards and a TD on 29 carries while Wood had 134 yards and two scores on 26 rushes.

The defense, Collins: The Titans shutout Franklin County, Class 4A's second-highest scoring offense, and held the Flyers to 175 total yards. Collins came into the game having allowed 24 points a game and 49, 48 and 35 points over its last three games — all losses.

Treyton Humfleet, Bell County: The junior passed 1,000 yards rushing on the season after going for 205 yards and five TDs on 12 carries in the Bobcats' 47-12 win over Casey County. He outgained the Rebels, who managed just 99 yards and were held to 23 yards on 2-for-10 passing.

George Gregory, Pulaski County: He rushed 15 times for 157 yards and a TD in the Maroons' 43-0 shutout of Henry Clay. The senior had only rushed for 92 yards entering Friday.

Jailen Reed, Trinity: The Shamrock senior had 144 rushing yards and three TDs in the first half of Trinity's 20-15 win over its biggest rival, St. Xavier.

Zy'aire Hughes, McCracken County: The Mustangs defeated Ohio County 63-14, a win in which Hughes contributed 112 yards and four TDs on only seven rushes.

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