After two heartbreaking losses to start the season, Lafayette found its way to the win column with a 27-13 victory over Mercer County at Henry Clay.
The Generals got two rushing touchdowns from Bubba Johnson in the win, including the go-ahead score in the third quarter. Johnson rushed nine times for 128 yards.
Matt Britt completed nine of his 12 pass attempts for 67 yards and two touchdowns (passes to Tanner Napier and Nick Jeter) for the Generals (1-2).
Mercer County fell to 2-1.
Henry Clay 35, Pulaski County 28 (2OT): Bo Brooks had two short touchdown runs in the extra periods to help the Devils hold off host Pulaski County in the Don Marshall Bowl.
Jerry Williams led the Devils (1-1), passing for two touchdowns (and 146 yards) and running for 134 yards and another score.
Zach Eastham had three touchdowns in a losing effort for the Maroons (1-1).
Lexington Christian 43, Lynn Camp 22: Scout McCamy ran for two touchdowns and 106 yards as the visiting Eagles posted their first win of the season at Lynn Camp.
All of LCA's scoring was done on the ground as it amassed 240 yards and got touchdowns from Clay Mossbarger, Christian Fielden, Chad Hall and Kelby Hickey.
St. Xavier 37, Lexington Catholic 0: The defending 6A champs outgained the visiting Knights 361-90 to hand Catholic (1-2) its second straight loss. Catholic quarterback Kyle Bolin had more punts (eight) than completions (seven).
Newport Catholic 45, Madison Central 3: Chris Kelly rushed for 87 yards and four touchdowns, and host Newport Catholic (3-0) held Madison Central (1-2) to 47 yards of offense and two first downs.
Madison Central, which had four turnovers, avoided the shutout on Taylor Deaton's 34-yard field goal in the fourth quarter.
Boone County 17, Scott County 6: The host Cardinals found the red zone three times but couldn't find the end zone in any of those attempts and fell to 0-2.
Bryson Thompson's 1-yard scoring run in the second quarter and Mauricio Moreno's extra point put the Rebels (2-0) up for good. Moreno also had a 32-yard field goal to end the half.
Drew Stuck, who scored on a 10-yard run, had 119 yards on the ground. He also caught two passes for 65 yards. Scott County had 196 rushing yards on the ground, but managed only 11 passing yards.
Simon Kenton 31, Dixie Heights 28: Senior Cody Herald kicked a 19-yard field goal with 18 seconds left to win it for visiting Simon Kenton (1-1).
Senior quarterback Chad Lawrence accounted for 392 yards and four touchdowns for Simon Kenton. He threw TD passes to three different receivers, including an 82-yarder to Zach Carroll to open the scoring.
Highlands 50, Beechwood 24: Junior quarterback Patrick Towles passed for 288 yards and five touchdowns — three to senior receiver Brian Gall — and host Highlands (3-0) stormed to its 44th consecutive win against Kentucky opponents.
Gall caught seven passes for 184 yards.
Breathitt County 49, Prestonsburg 21: The host Cats (3-0) racked up 583 yards of total offense, including 410 yards on the ground, and six different players scored in the rout.
Sophomore quarterback Richard Trent threw for three touchdowns and ran in another. He passed for 173 yards and ran for 132 more.
Prestonsburg fell to 2-1.
Hazard 48, Letcher County Central 34: Quarterback John Combs threw for five touchdowns and 356 yards in the win for Hazard (2-0). The senior also carried the ball 12 times for 115 yards.