High School Highlight Reel (8-31-18)

Alex Risen and Bryan Kennedy have the best action from across Central Kentucky!


LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – The weather caused plenty of delays, postponements and even cancellations Friday night across Central Kentucky.

Check out the video for the best plays from games that did happen.

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See scores from across the state below.


Adair Co. 20, Barren Co. 19

Allen Co.-Scottsville 27, Greenwood 7

Anderson Co. 28, Mercer Co. 0

Apollo 21, McLean Co. 18

Bardstown 20, Marion Co. 6

Beechwood 28, Somerset 0

Belfry 54, Lex. Bryan Station 21

Bell Co. 36, Pike Co. Central 0

Bowling Green 24, Lou. St. Xavier 21, OT

Boyd Co. 23, S. Point, Ohio 13

Boyle Co. 34, Danville 17

Bullitt Central 40, Lou. Southern 14

Bullitt East 13, Spencer Co. 7

Calloway Co. 19, Metcalfe Co. 14

Campbell Co. 24, Newport Central Catholic 0

Campbellsville 40, Taylor Co. 20

Casey Co. 36, Russell Co. 7

Cin. Moeller, Ohio 24, Lou. Trinity 17

Clinton Co. 62, McCreary Central 0

Corbin 47, Pulaski Co. 20

Crittenden Co. 46, Trigg Co. 7

Daviess Co. 20, John Hardin 18

East Carter 50, Betsy Layne 0

Eminence 52, Fort Knox 6

Floyd Central 28, Breathitt Co. 22

Frankfort 64, Cin. N. College Hill, Ohio 6

Frederick Douglass 57, Paintsville 7

Fulton Co. 70, Fulton City 0

Glasgow 37, Fort Campbell 0

Grayson Co. 42, Edmonson Co. 12

Greenup Co. 60, Fleming Co. 13

Hancock Co. 42, Ohio Co. 6

Hart Co. 27, Bethlehem 20

Hazard 43, Letcher County Central 14

Henderson Co. 28, Christian Co. 7

Hopkinsville 35, Caldwell Co. 20

Ironton, Ohio 16, Russell 7

Johnson Central 33, Lex. Henry Clay 21

LaRue Co. 55, Thomas Nelson 21

Lawrence Co. 41, Prestonsburg 8

Lexington Catholic 33, Lex. Lafayette 7

Lincoln Co. 35, Garrard Co. 20

Logan Co. 46, Breckinridge Co. 0

Lou. Atherton 42, Lou. Shawnee 0

Lou. Ballard 38, Collins 6

Lou. Butler 46, Lou. Western 0

Lou. DeSales 28, Lou. Holy Cross 3

Lou. Fairdale 31, Nelson Co. 24

Lou. Ky. Country Day 14, Washington Co. 7

Lou. Male 50, Lou. Doss 0

Lou. Moore 51, Lou. Seneca 6

Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park 21, Lou. Eastern 14

Lou. Valley 27, Lou. Iroquois 12

Lou. Waggener 49, North Oldham 6

Lynn Camp 35, Jackson Co. 6

Madisonville-North Hopkins 29, Murray 15

Magoffin Co. 41, East Ridge 0

Mayfield 51, Paducah Tilghman 27

McCracken County 38, Graves Co. 27

Meade Co. 36, Shelby Co. 0

Monroe Co. 20, Warren Central 14

Muhlenberg County 14, Hopkins Co. Central 6

Newport 33, Owen Co. 0

Nicholas Co. 43, Fairview 0

North Bullitt 30, Lou. Jeffersontown 7

Paris 21, Pineville 8

Perry Co. Central 34, Knott Co. Central 12

Phelps 26, Sheldon Clark 0

Raceland 49, West Carter 13

Ridgeview, Va. 49, Shelby Valley 0

Rock Creek Academy, Ind. 13, Lex. Sayre 6

Rockcastle Co. 28, Whitley Co. 13

Rowan Co. 47, Mason Co. 13

Russellville 17, Butler Co. 13

Scott 50, Cov. Holy Cross 0

Scott Co. 28, Highlands 7

South Warren 36, Franklin-Simpson 14

Southwestern 26, Madison Central 7

Thomas Walker, Va. 29, Harlan 24

Union Co. 37, Webster Co. 8

Williamsburg 40, Leslie Co. 30


Bath Co. vs. Powell Co., ppd. to Sep 1st.

Berea vs. Green Co., ppd. to Sep 1st.

Bishop Brossart vs. Bellevue, ccd.

Boone Co. vs. Ryle, ppd. to Sep 1st.

Cooper vs. Cov. Catholic, ppd. to Sep 1st.

Dixie Heights vs. Milford, Ohio, ppd. to Sep 1st.

Franklin Co. vs. Woodford Co., ppd. to Sep 1st.

Lex. Tates Creek vs. Harlan Co., ccd.

North Hardin vs. Elizabethtown, ppd. to Sep 1st.

Pendleton Co. vs. Bracken Co., ppd. to Sep 1st.

Simon Kenton vs. Conner, ppd. to Sep 1st.

West Jessamine vs. South Laurel, ppd. to Sep 1st.

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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