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Ballers: This week’s top Kentucky high school football performers

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Top highlights from across Kentucky high school football games this week.
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Top highlights from across Kentucky high school football games this week.

Some of the top individual high school football performances this week, as reported online and directly to Kentucky.com.

Beau Allen, Lexington Catholic: He rushed for 125 yards and three TDs on 10 carries for the Knights in their 49-42 win at Western Hills. He was 16 of 21 for 203 yards and a TD with an interception.

Freddie Chenault, Madison Central: Had 122 yards and two TDs on 23 rushes for the Indians in their 33-18 win over Tates Creek on Thursday.

Charles Collins, Anderson County: The sophomore averaged 15.3 yards per carry, going for 153 yards and two TDs on 10 touches in Anderson County’s 49-19 win over Woodford County.

Grady Cramer, Highlands: He for 330 yards without and three TDs without an interception in Highlands’ 49-6 win over Dixie Heights.

Langston Jackson, Henry Clay: Rushed for a team-high 88 yards on seven carries and returned a kickoff 87 yards for a TD in Henry Clay’s 41-9 win at Paul Laurence Dunbar on Thursday.

Wandale Robinson, Western Hills: The Mr. Football frontrunner had a 96-yard fumble recovery for a TD early in the Wolverines’ 49-42 loss to Lexington Catholic. He finished with 190 yards and 4 TDs on 24 carries and caught five passes for 34 yards.

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Lavonte Sanford, Paris: He carried six times for 98 yards and three TDs in the Greyhounds’ 26-8 win over Nicholas County.

Lavell Wright, North Hardin: He rushed for 111 yards and two TDs and had 110 yards and 1 TD catch for the Trojans in their 24-7 win at Meade County.

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