Bubba Johnson rushed for 133 yards and three touchdowns, and Matt Britt threw for 309 yards and three more scores as Lafayette throttled Franklin County 45-21 Friday night at Paul Laurence Dunbar.
The Generals (2-2) outrushed the Flyers 204-22 and racked up 556 yards of offense to win their fourth consecutive game in the series.
Tanner Napier caught five passes for 95 yards and two touchdowns, and Nick Jeter had three catches for 177 yards and two scores. Jeter's big plays included a 63-yard TD catch and a 71-yard reception.
Zach Bowman passed for 145 yards and a score for Franklin County (1-2).
Clark County 49, Dunbar 21: Pokey Harris (135 yards) and Andrew Dini (116) each topped 100 yards rushing for host Clark County (3-0), and Harris ran for three touchdowns.
Dunbar (1-3) pulled within 8-7 in the first quarter after Blake Martin's 9-yard TD pass to William Gary, but Clark County responded with 35 unanswered points.
Martin added a 28-yard TD run in the fourth quarter.
Clark County had 542 yards of offense to Dunbar's 339.
Lexington Christian 20, Christian Academy of Louisville 14 (OT): Scout McCamy threw a 9-yard touchdown pass to Chad Snyder in overtime to give host LCA (2-1) its sixth consecutive victory over CAL (2-2).
McCamy's 33-yard TD pass to Kelby Hickey tied the score at 14 late in the third quarter. McCamy scored LCA's first TD on a 16-yard run. He finished with 92 yards rushing and 113 passing.
Lone Oak 33, Lexington Catholic 25: Kyle Bolin led the host Knights (1-3) to two late touchdowns in the fourth quarter, but it wasn't enough.
Bolin's 4-yard run pulled Catholic within 13-11 in the third quarter. But Lone Oak responded with three touchdowns in a span of 5:27 — starting with a 21-yard interception return by Tanner Riley — to stretch the lead to 33-11.
Western 29, Bryan Station 6: The visiting Defenders (0-4) committed seven turnovers and avoided the shutout on Elijah Bell's 54-yard touchdown run with 26 seconds left in the game.
Jacorey Ritchie rushed for 142 yards and two touchdowns for Class 4A Western (2-1).
The 6A Defenders lost two of their four fumbles and threw five interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown by Cory Durham.
No. 4 Ballard 49, Madison Central 6: Louisville commitment DeVante Parker scored two of visiting Ballard's four first-quarter touchdowns, and the Bruins (3-1) rolled up 423 yards of offense for the game. Parker caught three passes for 103 yards, including a 61-yarder.
Madison Central (1-3) got a short TD run by Justin Williams in the fourth quarter.
Frankfort 34, Western Hills 6: After Western Hills pulled within 14-6 in the third quarter, host Frankfort (2-1) scored on a 60-yard Deante Floyd punt return and a 63-yard Kaleb Leach interception return to put the game away. Quentin Martin had a 4-yard TD run for Western Hills (1-2).
No. 1 Trinity 22, Cincinnati Elder 20: Travis Wright's 2-yard touchdown pass to Ryan Steffey on the last play of the game won it for host Trinity (3-0). The score capped a 13-play, 64-yard drive in the final 3:23 after Elder had taken a 20-16 lead.
Wright was 29-for-35 passing for 222 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran 17 yards for Trinity's first score.
No. 1 Highlands 34, Cincinnati Withrow 27: Host Highlands (4-0) withstood three Cincinnati Withrow touchdowns in the fourth quarter to stay undefeated. Withrow fell to 0-3.
The Bluebirds had 354 yards of offense — all on the ground. Highlands quarterback Patrick Towles failed to complete any of his seven pass attempts.
But Towles made up for that with his legs, rushing for 172 yards and four touchdowns on 19 carries.
Withrow quarterback Blake Moore burned Highlands' defense for 352 yards and four scores.
No. 17 Dixie Heights 41, No. 15 Conner 26: Junior quarterback Zeke Pike ran for three touchdowns and passed for two to lead host Dixie Heights (2-2). Pike had 157 yards rushing on 20 carries, and he was 12-for-17 passing for 147 yards.
Conner (3-1), which suffered its first loss, was led by senior quarterback Cy Smith's 364 yards passing and four TDs.
West Carter 35, East Carter 8: Senior tailback Danny Cline had touchdown runs of 73 and 45 yards in the rout for host West Carter (3-1). Cline had 127 yards rushing on five carries. West Carter has allowed 16 points in its last three games.
Wayne County 47, McCreary Central 0: Senior running back Devin Sloan ran for 135 yards and two touchdowns, and host Wayne County (1-2) produced 340 yards of total offense. McCreary Central (0-3) was held to seven total yards.
Hazard 54, Paris 13: John Combs threw for five touchdowns to help host Hazard (3-0) build a 47-0 lead in the first quarter.