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.
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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).