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

Bryan Station's Andre Davis breaks a tackle on the quarterback keep against Henry Clay at Henry Clay football stadium in Lexington, Ky., Friday, October 24, 2014. Photo by Matt Goins
Bryan Station's Andre Davis breaks a tackle on the quarterback keep against Henry Clay at Henry Clay football stadium in Lexington, Ky., Friday, October 24, 2014. Photo by Matt Goins Herald-Leader

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

Elijah Sindelar, Caldwell Co. (Class 6A): He passed Tim Couch (Leslie County) and Ricky Bowling (South Laurel) for first on the all-time career passing TDs list. The Purdue commit connected with Dee Cain on a 5-yarder early in the second quarter — his fourth and final of the game — to set the new mark at 134.

Joquise Buford, Henry Clay and Andre Davis, Bryan Station (Class 6A): Buford, a junior and Class 6A's leading rusher, went for 334 yards and eight touchdown's in Henry Clay's 70-63 win.

Davis, a junior quarterback and Class 6A's leading passer, had seven passing TDs and 369 yards before exiting Friday's game with a groin injury.

Corey Steber and Zach Dampier, Danville; Nick Whitman, Lexington Christian (Class 2A): Steber connected on his only field goal attempt of the game — the game-winner — to give Danville a 58-57 win over LCA.

Dampier went for 449 yards and four TDs for the Admirals.

Whitman was responsible for all but one Eagles TD, rushing for six and catching another. He had 317 rushing yards and finished with 483 total yards of offense. He also had six tackles on defense.

Cody Crider, Graves Co. (Class 5A): The senior ran for 425 yards and seven TDs on 29 carries, averaging 14.7 yards a rush.

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