Lexington Christian (2-0) at Green County (1-1), 7 p.m.: LCA dominated Kentucky Country Day after struggling a bit in its opener against Williamsburg (who ended up giving Somerset a tough game the following week). The Eagles are spreading the love through the air — Wade Drake, Caelan Lebryk and Ryan Stucky all have more than 100 receiving yards already this season.
Bryan Station (1-1) at Cooper (1-1), 7:30 p.m.: Two weeks in, Station has experienced the high and low of a youth-laden team: after an exciting overtime win in week zero, the Defenders fell back to Earth against Simon Kenton last week.
Henry Clay (0-1) at Clark County (0-1), 7:30 p.m.: In its opener against Ryle, Henry Clay’s defense impressed as the Blue Devils nearly rode it to a come-from-behind upset of the Raiders.
Lexington Catholic (1-1) at Johnson Central (1-0), 7:30 p.m.: LexCath went toe-to-toe — and looked like the better team much of the night — with St. Xavier last week before falling late. Central, which won this matchup in Lexington last year, proved its again a contender in Class 4A with a smackdown of a high-class West Virginia foe.
Tates Creek (0-2) at Paul Laurence Dunbar (0-2), 7:30 p.m.: The good news? One of these city teams is picking up its first win this week. The bad news? One of these city teams is dropping its third straight this week.
Trinity (2-0) at Lafayette (2-0), 7:30 p.m.: No. 1 in the state and ranked among the nation’s finest squads, the Shamrocks present the toughest test yet for the No. 3 Generals. Gotta think the 70-14 drubbing in Louisville last year will cross their minds heading into this rematch.