Some of the top performances from the ninth week of Kentucky high school football:
Jefferson Harkless, Paul Laurence Dunbar: The sophomore accounted for 202 of the Bulldogs' 287 yards, as well as their lone touchdown, in their 14-6 loss to Henry Clay.
Peyton Burke and Turner Gentry, Tates Creek: Burke, the Commodores quarterback had quite a night, throwing for four touchdowns and running for two more in a 43-14 win at Clark County He finished with 323 yards on 21-for-28 passing.
Gentry, a junior receiver, finished with five catches for 115 yards and two TDs.
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Quinton Baker, Ashland Blazer: The Marshall running back commit had two interceptions on defense, one of which he returned 85 yards for a TD. He also had TD runs of 64 and 40 yards in the Tomcats' 32-6 over Greenup County.
Cameron Sizemore, Corbin: The Redhounds quarterback rushed for all five of Corbin's TDs in its 34-20 win over Bell County.
Devin Gentry, Male: The Bulldogs needed every bit of the senior's production to stay unbeaten with a 27-24 win at St. Xavier. He rushed for 114 yards and a TD on 35 carries, and had three catches for 97 yards and a TD.
Bryce Workman, Johnson Central: He threw for 226 yards and four TDs, rushed for a TD and had two interceptions in the Golden Eagles' 42-6 win over Rowan County.