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High school football: Friday’s top individual performances

Bryan Station's Andre Davis (2) got rid of the ball with foot planted in bounds but a safety was called on the play in the first quarter of the Bryan Station at Scott County football game at Toyota Stadium in Georgetown, Ky., on Oct. 16, 2015. Scott County led 30-8 at halftime. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff
Bryan Station's Andre Davis (2) got rid of the ball with foot planted in bounds but a safety was called on the play in the first quarter of the Bryan Station at Scott County football game at Toyota Stadium in Georgetown, Ky., on Oct. 16, 2015. Scott County led 30-8 at halftime. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff Lexington Herald-Leader

Some of the top performances from the 10th week of Kentucky high school football:

Xondre Willis, Belfry: The standout senior had only two carries, taking both for TDs and accumulating 106 yards in the Pirates' 49-16 rout of host Pike County Central.

Johan Williams, Madison Central: Go on, Johan! He had 194 yards and two TDs on 12 rushes for the Indians in their 38-7 win at Clark County.

Andre Davis, Bryan Station: The Defenders' senior quarterback threw for 169 yards and two TDs and rushed for 81 yards and a score. He also had 157 yards on kickoff returns, the bulk of which came on a 79-yard return for a TD in Station's 42-28 loss to visiting Henry Clay.

Des'jahvonni Miles and Andrew Pajor, Murray: The Tigers running backs combined for nearly 300 rushing yards. Miles had 177 yards and a TD on nine rushes while Pajor ran nine times for 120 yards and a TD.

Kent Phelps, Paintsville: He led the Tigers with 139 yards and three TDs in their district-deciding 50-7 beatdown of Raceland.

Cody Parsley, Montgomery County: The Indians senior caught five passes for 166 yards and two TDs to help lift Montgomery over Woodford County.

Derek Burgett, Pulaski County: The Union College commit went 7-for-7 on PATs and had a 39-yard field goal in the Maroons' 52-6 win over Southwestern, which decided the No. 1 seed in Class 5A, District 7.

Burgett passed Monte Merrick (Bell County) for second in all-time PATs in state history. He has 219 in his career (Merrick had 216) and converted his previous 59 attempts.

The all-time lead in career PATs at 297 is shared by two players: Palmer Ward (Scott County) and Jack Coorts (Lone Oak).

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