High School Football Scores & Highlights (11-27-15)


LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Check out all the best playoff action from across the Commonwealth in the video.

Highlights include Lafayette’s win over Simon Kenton; Pulaski County’s 27-unanswered points to beat Highlands and Lex Cath’s win over previously undefeated E’Town.

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Johnson Central is headed to the 4A title game after beating Wayne County.

Belfry blows out Corbin in Pond Creek 42-14.

Pikeville tops Paintsville and Danville falls to Newport Central Catholic.

Scores from the state’s semifinals are below:



Lex. Lafayette 42, Simon Kenton 28
Lou. Male 50, Central Hardin 0

Bowling Green 21, Lou. Fern Creek 0
Pulaski Co. 41, Highlands 31

Class AAAA
Johnson Central 21, Wayne Co. 14
South Warren 36, Shelby Co. 6

Class AAA
Belfry 42, Corbin 14
Lexington Catholic 35, Elizabethtown 14

Class AA
Mayfield 24, Lou. DeSales 19
Newport Central Catholic 15, Danville 7

Class A
Beechwood 34, Russellville 25
Pikeville 42, Paintsville 23

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