Below are some helpful links to scores, coverage and additional high school football information from this week.
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Southwestern smackdown (Josh Moore): Larry French’s Warriors came to Lexington and left with a shutout win over Paul Laurence Dunbar.
Scott County strong (Josh Moore): The Cardinals rushed for more than 300 yards and ended a three-game losing streak to Lafayette.
Henry Clay collapse (Jared Peck): Ryle overcame a 21-0 deficit to defeat the Blue Devils in overtime.
Frederick Douglass rolls to first program win (Josh Sullivan): Montaveon Bean rushed for the Broncos’ first touchdown ever in a victory over Tates Creek. Also includes details from other games around Kentucky.
Recent high school football coverage of note from the Herald-Leader and other outlets across the state.
Danville already looks dominant (Josh Moore, LHL): A speedy senior class, paced by All-State contender D’mauriae VanCleave, has the Admirals in prime position for a Class 2A run.
Quarterback’s sacrifice (Jason Frakes, Courier-Journal): PRP quarterback B.J. Robinson decided to give up basketball to focus on football.
Turning the corner (Evan Dennison, Ledger Independent): Mason County on Friday hosts Fleming County, against whom it has struggled recently.
Where does Elizabethtown fit? (Josh Moore, LHL): E-town quietly has morphed into a perennial threat in a top-heavy Class 3A.