High school football highlights & scores (10-27-17)

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Alex Risen breaks down the best action from across Central Kentucky in the regular season finale of the High School Highlight Reel.  See the highlights in the video.

Check out scores from across the state below.

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PREP FOOTBALL

Allen Co.-Scottsville 29, Monroe Co. 0

Anderson Co. 49, North Oldham 7

Ballard Memorial 59, Fulton Co. 22

Bath Co. 55, Nicholas Co. 44

Beechwood 34, Newport Central Catholic 6

Belfry 35, Johnson Central 19

Betsy Layne 53, Jenkins 0

Bowling Green 28, Bullitt Central 0

Boyle Co. 56, Mercer Co. 14

Casey Co. 41, Adair Co. 6

Central Hardin 21, Lou. Ballard 0

Cin. St. Xavier, Ohio 16, Lou. St. Xavier 14

Collins 17, Pulaski Co. 6

Corbin 36, Knox Central 21

Cov. Catholic 49, Campbell Co. 13

Crittenden Co. 37, Hopkins Co. Central 8

Elizabethtown 20, Glasgow 12

Fort Knox 74, Lou. Shawnee 0

Franklin-Simpson 55, Russellville 6

Frederick Douglass 28, Conner 3

Gallatin Co. 23, Grant Co. 13

Graves Co. 36, Calloway Co. 13

Green Co. 30, Taylor Co. 28

Hancock Co. 28, Breckinridge Co. 14

Harlan Co. 22, Bell Co. 6

Highlands 36, Boone Co. 12

Holmes 48, Newport 14

Jellico, Tenn. 44, Berea 7

LaRue Co. 43, Campbellsville 14

Lex. Christian Academy 75, Estill Co. 28

Lex. Henry Clay 35, Cooper 7

Lex. Tates Creek 14, Franklin Co. 9

Logan Co. 34, Todd Co. Central 6

Lou. Central 24, Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park 13

Lou. Christian Academy 28, Bullitt East 7

Lou. DeSales 41, Lou. Southern 6

Lou. Doss 14, North Hardin 9

Lou. Eastern 16, Lou. DuPont Manual 8

Lou. Holy Cross 42, Lou. Fairdale 14

Lou. Iroquois 16, Lou. Seneca 0

Lou. Ky. Country Day 27, Lou. Waggener 6

Lou. Moore 13, Henry Co. 8

Lou. Valley 28, Eminence 20

Lou. Western 41, Lex. Paul Dunbar 12

Lynn Camp 64, McCreary Central 16

Madison Central 12, Lex. Bryan Station 8

Madisonville-North Hopkins 37, Fort Campbell 6

Marshall Co. 20, Spencer Co. 14

Mason Co. 36, Lewis Co. 6

Mayfield 55, Caldwell Co. 14

McLean Co. 48, Webster Co. 0

Meade Co. 44, Warren Central 6

Montgomery Co. 39, Lincoln Co. 33

Muhlenberg County 26, Grayson Co. 7

North Laurel 55, Clay Co. 13

Ohio Co. 39, Butler Co. 0

Oldham Co. 14, Lou. Jeffersontown 12

Owen Co. 33, Frankfort 0

Owensboro 39, Henderson Co. 20

Paintsville 38, Fleming Co. 6

Paris 52, Ludlow 32

Pendleton Co. 14, Bishop Brossart 13

Perry Co. Central 28, Prestonsburg 18

Phelps 50, Hannan, W.Va. 0

Pikeville 54, Tolsia, W.Va. 12

Powell Co. 61, East Carter 28

Raceland 26, Russell 14

Ridgeview, Va. 45, Pike Co. Central 21

Rockcastle Co. 34, Garrard Co. 28

Ryle 40, Dixie Heights 6

Scott 23, Lloyd Memorial 22

Shelby Valley 41, Boyd Co. 6

Sheldon Clark 64, Morgan Co. 50

South Laurel 55, Harlan 18

South Oldham 42, Shelby Co. 0

South Warren 21, Owensboro Catholic 16

Southwestern 53, Lexington Catholic 47, OT

Thomas Nelson 26, Bethlehem 0

Union Co. 39, Murray 29

Walton-Verona 28, Bellevue 0

Warren East 36, Bardstown 6

Wayne Co. 24, Madison Southern 14

West Carter 41, Fairview 18

West Jessamine 28, Woodford Co. 14

Western Hills 40, Harrison Co. 13

Williamsburg 42, Middlesboro 21

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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