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Spencer County piled on the points against Bullitt Central in a 77-42 win over the Cougars. It also nearly rushed for state-record yardage in a single game as a team.
The Bears (5-0) ran for 737 yards, the second most in state history behind Conner's 745 as a team against Franklin County on Nov. 11, 2011. The previous second-best mark was Henderson County's 710 yards against Ohio County in 1997.
Logan Holbrook had 260 yards and five TDs for the Bears on Friday. They're off to their best start in school history since the program began in 2004.
Spencer County is averaging 456.6 rushing yards per game, a mark that would far surpass the state record held by Western's 2006 squad (408.7).
The Jaguars (3-2) start a three-game home stand by hosting Lexington Catholic this Friday.
Sacred Heart claimed the Lady Knights Challenge Cup championship at Lexington Catholic on Saturday night, capping its run through the tournament with a 3-0 win over Notre Dame in the finals.
Cassie Amshoff scored two goals for the Valkyries (9-3), who are on a six-game win streak during which they haven't allowed a goal. Sacred Heart has allowed just five goals this year.
Tates Creek went 1-2 in the tournament, ending with a 1-0 win over Elizabethtown.
The All "A" Classic quarterfinals and beyond will be played Saturday and Sunday at Capital View Park in Frankfort.
Presentation won the All "A" Classic in Louisville on Saturday, besting Beechwood 2-1 by scores of 18-25, 25-22 and 25-18. It was the Toppers' first All "A" volleyball title. Senior Savannah Moss was named MVP.
Lexington Christian advanced to the championship bracket after going 3-0 in pool play against Wolfe County, Caldwell County and Walton-Verona (perhaps exacting a bit of revenge for the football team's loss to the Bearcats on Friday). It beat
Others named to the all-tournament team: Sarah Ginrod and Katie Kendrick, Allen Central; Liz Pawsat and Maggie Stuempel, Beechwood; Ellen Filiatreau, Bethlehem; Linsay Leick, Bishop Brossart; Sydney Lattis, Kentucky Country Day; Cassie Jones and Jalen Story, Presentation; Abby Knight, Walton-Verona.
ALL A CHAMPS pic.twitter.com/j2236FW9NX— hailey england (@haileyengland_) September 20, 2015
Feels amazing to be a part of Pres's FIRST EVER volleyball state title!!! Love these girls pic.twitter.com/PN7GPlZtfh— savannah moss (@savannahmoss24) September 20, 2015
Pool 1: Henry Clay, Scott, Lexington Christian
Pool 2: Paul Dunbar, Cooper, Boone County
Pool 3: Tates Creek, Ryle, Bullitt East
Friday's pool-play schedule (times p.m.)
Court 1 (at Paul Dunbar): Paul Dunbar vs. Boone County, 5:30; Paul Dunbar vs. Cooper, 6:30; Cooper vs. Boone County, 7:30
Court 2 (at Paul Dunbar): Henry Clay vs. Lexington Christian, 5:30; Henry Clay vs. Scott, 6:30; Scott vs. Lexington Christian, 7:30
Court 3 (at Tates Creek): Tates Creek vs. Ryle, 6; Ryle vs. Bullitt East, 7; Tates Creek vs. Bullitt East, 8
Shelby Campbell of Paul Dunbar won the Henry Clay Invitational at Lakeside Golf Course on Saturday with an even-par 72, besting Franklin-Simpson's Mary Joiner by one stroke. Lauren Hartlage, the state's No. 1 player out of Elizabethtown, finished third with a 74. The event was played over 5,804 yards.
The 10 girls' regional tournaments are to be played next Tuesday at various golf courses. The 7th Region Tournament will be held at Keene Run Golf Club in Nicholasville beginning at 8:30 a.m. Region 7 includes every school in Lexington as well as Anderson County, Berea, Boyle County, Burgin, Danville, East Jessamine, Frankfort, Franklin County, Madison Central, Madison Southern, Mercer County, Model, West Jessamine, Western Hills and Woodford County.
City schedules for the week
(All times local to site and p.m. unless noted)
Girls' soccer: Henry Clay at Sayre, 6; Lexington Christian at Lexington Catholic, 7; Paul Dunbar at Bethlehem, 7; Lafayette at Tates Creek, 7:30; Model at Bryan Station, 8
Volleyball: Lexington Christian at Anderson County, 5:30; Lafayette at Henry Clay, 7:30; Paul Dunbar at Male, 7:30
Boys' soccer: Harrison County at Sayre, 6; Lafayette at Lexington Christian, 7:30; Woodford County at Paul Dunbar, 7:45; Franklin County at Tates Creek, 8; Madison Central at Lexington Catholic, 8
Volleyball: Bryan Station at Sayre, 7:30; Lafayette at Woodford County, 7:30; Tates Creek at Lexington Catholic, 7:30
Boys' soccer: Paul Dunbar at Bryan Station, 7:30
Girls' soccer: Sayre at Paris, 5:30; Bryan Station at Tates Creek, 7:30; Lexington Catholic at Henry Clay, 7:30; Paul Dunbar at Lafayette, 7:30
Volleyball: Sayre at Nicholas County, 7
Boys' soccer: Covington Holy Cross at Bryan Station, 5:30; Henry Clay at Woodford County, 7:15; Tates Creek at Lexington Christian, 8; West Jessamine at Lexington Catholic, 8; Sayre at Lincoln County, TBD
Volleyball: St. Henry at Henry Clay, 7:30; Lexington Catholic at Nelson County, 7:30; Paul Dunbar at Tates Creek, 7:30; Woodford County at Lexington Christian, 7:30
Football: Bryan Station at Tates Creek, 7:30; Lafayette at Henry Clay, 7:30; Lexington Catholic at Cooper, 7:30; Lexington Christian at Fairview, 7:30; Paul Dunbar at Anderson County, 7:30
Volleyball: Henry Clay, Paul Dunbar and Tates Creek in the Kentucky Challenge at Paul Dunbar/Tates Creek, various times
Boys' soccer: Lafayette at Henry Clay, 11 a.m.; Pleasure Ridge Park at Bryan Station, 1; Tates Creek vs. Graves County in the Calvert City Insurance-Heritage Bank Classic at Marshall County, noon; Sayre vs. Glasgow in the All “A” Classic quarterfinals at Capital View Park, Frankfort, 3; Tates Creek vs. Marshall County in the Calvert City Insurance-Heritage Bank Classic at Marshall County, 7:30; Sayre in the All “A” semifinals, 8 (if advances)
Girls' soccer: Lexington Christian vs. Prestonsburg in the All "A" Classic quarterfinals at Capital View Park, Frankfort, 9 a.m.; Sayre at Bryan Station, 11 a.m.; Paul Dunbar at Oldham County, noon; Lafayette vs. Dixie Heights in the Lafayette Turf Invitational, 1; St. Henry at Lexington Catholic, 2:30; Lexington Christian in the All “A” Classic semifinals at Capital View Park, Frankfort, 6 (if advances)
Volleyball: Lexington Catholic at South Oldham, 2; Henry Clay, Paul Dunbar and Tates Creek in the Kentucky Challenge at Paul Dunbar/Tates Creek, various times
Boys' soccer: Sayre in the All “A” Classic finals at Capital View Park, Frankfort, 11 a.m. (if advances)
Girls' soccer: Lexington Christian in the All “A” Classic finals at Capital View Park, Frankfort, 1 (if advances)