High School Football

Friday night lights: Live updates from across Kentucky

Tates Creek leaves the field at halftime during their game against Henry Clay during the Adidas Kickoff Classic at Tates Creek High School, Friday, Aug. 18. 2017.
Tates Creek leaves the field at halftime during their game against Henry Clay during the Adidas Kickoff Classic at Tates Creek High School, Friday, Aug. 18. 2017. aslitz@herald-leader.com

Below are some helpful links to scores, coverage and additional high school football information from this week.

Scoreboard

Click here for the latest high school football scores reported to the KHSAA.

Game recaps

Check back here later for on-site coverage from four games this weekend. Follow our reporters for live highlights and observations during the events.

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.

Roundup

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.

Pigskin stories

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.

What’s in a name? (Elliott Pratt, Bowling Green Daily News): South Warren quarterback Gavin Spurrier wants his play, not his name, to define him.

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.

Twitter stream

Josh Moore: 859-231-1307, @HLpreps

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