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Friday's stars: Top high school football individual performances around Kentucky

Bryan Station's Andre Davis looks for an open receiver against Scott Co. at Bryan Station football field in Lexington, Ky., Friday evening, October 17, 2014. Photo by Matt Goins
Bryan Station's Andre Davis looks for an open receiver against Scott Co. at Bryan Station football field in Lexington, Ky., Friday evening, October 17, 2014. Photo by Matt Goins Herald-Leader

Friday night's top individual performances from around high school football in Kentucky:

Andre Davis and Tequan Claitt, Bryan Station (Class 6A): Davis, a junior quarterback, and Claitt, a senior wide receiver, connected for all four of the Defenders' touchdowns in their upset win over Scott County.

Ray Zuberer, Owensboro Catholic (Class 2A): The junior quarterback threw for eight TDs — his second straight week with that total — and 305 yards in the Aces' 57-20 win over Union County. Four of his TDs went to senior Matthew Norcia, who had 139 yards.

Joquise Buford, Henry Clay (Class 6A): The junior running back rushed for 284 yards and six TDs in the Blue Devils' win over Paul Dunbar. Class 6A's leader in rushing yards and TDs entering the game outgained the Bulldogs' 266 yards on his own.

Kaine Maxberry, Woodford Co. (Class 5A): The senior rushed for 305 yards on 15 carries, setting a new single-game rushing record for the Yellowjackets and leading Woodford to a school-record 614 yards on the ground.

Elijah Sindelar, Caldwell Co. (Class 6A): The Purdue commit threw for 379 yards and three TDs in the Tigers' win at Murray.

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