The fourth week of the 2017 high school football season is here! Below are some helpful links to scores, coverage and additional high school football information to get you through Friday night.
You may also scroll down to read live Twitter updates from games around the state from a plethora of media members working games.
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Follow our reporters for live highlights and observations during a couple of games tonight.
Josh Moore (@HLpreps) will be spending his evening at Lexington Christian, which takes on Lexington Catholic.
Ben Roberts (@BenRobertsHL) will have updates from Cincinnati Moeller at Scott County, which features a UK commit Brenden Bates (a three-star tight end) and Bryan Hudson, a junior offensive tackle at Scott County who’s got offers from UK, Alabama, Ohio State and several other big programs.
Rick Childress and Josh Sullivan will be bringing you a roundup of other games this evening. Please report your scores and details using our hotline — 859-231-3225 — or email them to email@example.com. We encourage every school across Kentucky to participate; the more information you can provide to us, the more helpful and comprehensive our roundup will be!
Recent high school football coverage of note from the Herald-Leader and other outlets across the state.
Wounded coach (Josh Moore): David Jones was shot in the abdomen in July. He was back on the sidelines by August.
“Pay attention!” (Josh Sullivan): Frederick Douglass had a bye week before its big bout at Lafayette on Friday. Sullivan caught up with Lexington’s newest team.
Three games you won’t want to miss (Josh Moore): A breakdown of the week’s best matchups (on paper), as well as some additional notes to get you ready for Friday night.
John Clay Podcast: Sportswriter Josh Moore hopped on John Clay’s show to discuss recent high school football developments and some of this week’s games.
Another instant classic? (Eric Chumbler): The West Kentucky Star previewed this year’s Mayfield-McCracken County matchup, which has quickly become one of area’s best annual rivalries.
Sights and sounds (James Weber): The Kentucky Enquirer put together a neat video from Covington Catholic’s rainy win over Cooper last Friday night.
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