High School Football

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

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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