High School Highlight Reel (9-5-14)

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      Adair Co. 52, Breckinridge Co. 0
      Allen Co.-Scottsville 56, Marshall Co. 14
      Ballard Memorial 27, Todd Co. Central 6
      Bardstown 45, Marion Co. 18
      Barren Co. 14, Glasgow 11
      Belfry 38, Harlan Co. 20
      Bell Co. 57, Whitley Co. 13
      Bellevue 48, Gallatin Co. 21
      Bethlehem 47, Berea 14
      Bishop Brossart 40, Bracken Co. 0
      Bourbon Co. 51, Breathitt Co. 7
      Bowling Green 6, Lou. St. Xavier 0, OT
      Boyle Co. 24, Danville 7
      Bullitt Central 50, Lou. Southern 27
      Bullitt East 42, Lou. Waggener 0
      Caldwell Co. 72, Ohio Co. 27
      Campbell Co. 30, Newport Central Catholic 17
      Campbellsville 42, Taylor Co. 6
      Central Hardin 35, Madisonville-North Hopkins 7
      Cin. Moeller, Ohio 39, Cov. Catholic 0
      Cin. Sycamore, Ohio 34, Ryle 14
      Clinton Co. 44, McCreary Central 24
      Cooper 31, Boone Co. 6
      Corbin 49, Trimble Co. 0
      Daviess Co. 41, Apollo 0
      Dixie Heights 48, Beechwood 21
      Elizabethtown 55, Washington Co. 7
      Estill Co. 49, Jackson Co. 7
      Fleming Co. 14, Greenup Co. 7
      Fort Campbell 49, Fort Knox 20
      Frankfort 43, Shelby Co. 19
      Franklin-Simpson 55, Logan Co. 6
      Garrard Co. 14, Wayne Co. 7
      George Washington, W.Va. 27, Ashland Blazer 26
      Graves Co. 26, Murray 17
      Hazard 41, Letcher County Central 27
      Henderson Co. 36, Christian Co. 8
      Henry Co. 63, Owen Co. 21
      Highlands 47, Lex. Bryan Station 41
      Hopkinsville 75, Calloway Co. 14
      Ironton, Ohio 36, Russell 9
      Lawrence Co. 29, Fairview 25
      Lewis Co. 48, Bath Co. 13
      Lex. Christian 55, Green Co. 16
      Lex. Henry Clay 49, George Rogers Clark 0
      Lex. Lafayette 34, Lexington Catholic 24
      Lex. Paul Dunbar 38, Woodford Co. 6
      Lex. Tates Creek 22, Perry Co. Central 18
      Lloyd Memorial 42, Holmes 18
      Lou. Ballard 38, Collins 10
      Lou. Butler 27, Lou. Western 26
      Lou. Central 38, Lou. Eastern 0
      Lou. Christian Academy 24, North Oldham 21
      Lou. DeSales 37, Warren Central 12
      Lou. Holy Cross 22, Providence, Ind. 13
      Lou. Iroquois 28, Lou. Valley 12
      Lou. Male 56, Lou. Fairdale 6
      Lou. Moore 43, Carroll Co. 0
      Lou. Seneca 19, Lou. Doss 2
      Lou. Shawnee 40, Lou. Atherton 16
      Lynn Camp 22, Jellico, Tenn. 18
      Madison Southern 42, Madison Central 11
      Magoffin Co. 27, Allen Central 8
      Mason Co. 26, Rowan Co. 6
      Mayfield 47, Paducah Tilghman 21
      McCracken County 42, Dyer County, Tenn. 20
      Meade Co. 27, John Hardin 25
      Mercer Co. 41, West Jessamine 7
      Metcalfe Co. 26, Hart Co. 20
      Middlesboro 43, Pineville 0
      Montgomery Co. 48, Harrison Co. 0
      New Richmond, Ohio 43, Grant Co. 14
      North Bullitt 33, Lou. Jeffersontown 26
      Oldham Co. 49, Franklin Co. 7
      Owensboro 50, Owensboro Catholic 34
      Paris 20, Ludlow 7
      Pendleton Co. 39, Dayton 18
      Pikeville 62, Paintsville 8
      Pulaski Co. 56, Somerset 0
      Rockcastle Co. 35, South Laurel 14
      Scott Co. 55, Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park 27
      Simon Kenton 53, Conner 6
      South Floyd 42, Hannan, W.Va. 8
      South Oldham 52, Anderson Co. 43
      South Warren 35, Greenwood 3
      Spencer Co. 49, LaRue Co. 14
      Thomas Nelson 19, Nelson Co. 16
      Union Co. 50, Webster Co. 20
      Walton-Verona 48, Lou. Ky. Country Day 10
      Warren East 43, Monroe Co. 21
      West Carter 42, Nicholas Co. 7
      Williamsburg 42, Pike Co. Central 14

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Alex Risen joined the ABC 36 News team in October of 2011 as ABC 36’s Weekend Sports Anchor/ Sports Reporter. Alex can also be seen Friday nights co-anchoring the Highschool Highlight Reel. Alex started out in the broadcast business while still in college at the University of Kentucky, heading up the school’s daily student news network as the Sports Director. He made his commercial televsion debut in May of 2011 while at WYMT in Hazard, Kentucky as co-host of a weekly, half-hour high school sports program previewing area schools’ games on Friday nights and as a morning sports anchor. Alex has also spent time as an intern at ESPN in the Statistics and Analysis department, as a production assistant for NBC Sports horse racing and Sunday Night Football productions, and as an intern for WLKY in his hometown of Louisville, KY. Alex graduated from Saint Xavier High School in 2007 and earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism and Political Science from the University of Kentucky in 2010 where he graduated magna cum laude from the Honors Program. He’s excited to be covering his passion in his home state and make Central Kentucky his home for years to come. Alex can be reached at ARisen@wtvq.com