The sixth 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 your 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.
Top 10 schedule
Where we’ll be
Josh Moore (@HLpreps) and Matt Goins (@MattGoinsHL) are at the Lafayette-Henry Clay matchup. Lafayette has lost four straight games since opening the season with a win against Bryan Station. Henry Clay started off 0-3 before earning a convincing win at Southwestern and getting a bye week to prepare for the Generals.
Caitlyn Stroh (@caitlyn_stroh) will be at Frederick Douglass-Paul Laurence Dunbar game. Douglass defeated Madison Central last week, its second straight win after losing its season opener at Danville. Dunbar scored for the first time this season at McCreary Central last week but is still looking for its first win.
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!
KHSAA stat leaders
Recent high school football coverage of note from the Herald-Leader and other outlets across the state.
Tennessee waltz (Josh Moore, LHL): One of the state’s best games this week won’t actually be played in Kentucky.
Small-school excitement (Josh Moore, LHL): There’s still half a regular season to play, but the Class 2A playoffs can’t get here fast enough.
Common opponent (Jason Frakes, Courier-Journal): Kevin Wallace, whose Bowling Green team played both PRP and St. Xavier, offered thoughts on both Class 6A contenders before they took the field against each other on Friday.
Perfect Purples (Elliott Pratt, Bowling Green Daily News): Bowling Green this week visits Greenwood, a “rival” against whom it owns a 25-0 record.
Defensive struggles (Jared MacDonald, Ledger Independent): Two teams — Fleming County and Lewis County — that allowed a combined 127 points last week meet in Flemingsburg.
Scrimmage on (Josh Moore, LHL): KHSAA member delegates earlier this week voted to change a rule regarding scrimmages.