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After trailing 13-7 early in the second quarter, the Ryle Raiders got a wakeup call and outscored George Rogers Clark 28-8 the rest of the way as they advanced in the Class 6A playoffs with a 35-21 home victory.
Junior quarterback Nathan Davis led the charge for Ryle (7-4). He did most of his damage on the ground, finishing the night 193 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries. Davis also threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to senior wide receiver Mason Lehmkuhl. Ryan Hill and Tanner Pulice each added TD runs in the win.
Ryle dropped two of their last three games to close out the regular season, but was able to return a few key players from injuries and looked sharp in the second half.
BOONE COUNTY 28, MADISON CENTRAL 21 - Kameron Schwartz connected with Bryson Thompson on a 25-yard TD pass with 13 seconds left in the game to lift the Boone County past Madison Central. Schwartz finished with 135 yards and two touchdowns on 7-of-13 passing. The Rebels defense shutout the Indians in the second half to setup the comeback.
CAMPBELL COUNTY 22, TATES CREEK 20 - The top-seeded Camels got three first-half rushing touchdowns from quarterback Tyler Durham , but then had to hold on to win at home against the fourth-seeded Commodores. Durham finished the night with 30 carries for 203 yards.
LAFAYETTE 28, DIXIE HEIGHTS 14 - Playing without starting quarterback Zeke Pike (suspension), the Colonels’ offense struggled to move the football as they tallied just 158 total yards of offense. Backup quarterback Goose Cohorn ran for both Colonels’ touchdowns, but only after they had fallen behind 28-0 early.
TRINITY 72, SIMON KENTON 0 - The Pioneers finished out the season by dropping their ninth straight game, losing 72-0 to Trinity in Louisville. The Shamrocks, who are ranked No. 2 in the nation in the latest RivalsHIGH 100, outgained the Pioneers 462-to-72 in total yards and forced four Simon Kenton turnovers.
NEXT WEEK’S MATCHUPS
Lafayette at Campbell County
Boone County at Ryle
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