2015 Kentucky high school football playoff pairings – 1st Round


Friday, November 6, 2015


Fort Knox at Russellville, 7:30

Fulton City at Campbellsville, 7

Caverna at Crittenden Co., 7

Fulton Co. at Bethlehem, 7:30

Dayton at Louisville Holy Cross, 7:30

Kentucky Country Day at Ludlow, 7:30

Bellevue at Frankfort, 7:30

Eminence at Beechwood, 7:30

Nicholas Co. at Fairview, 7:30

Bishop Brossart vs. Raceland

at Campbell Co. Middle, 7:30

Bracken Co. at Paintsville, 7:30

Thursday: Jenkins at Harlan, (n)

Pineville at Hazard, 7:30

South Floyd at Williamsburg, 7:30

Lynn Camp at Pikeville, 7:30

First-round bye: Paris


Todd Co. Central at Mayfield, 7:30

Ballard Memorial at Butler Co., 7

McLean Co. at Murray, 7:30

Webster Co. at Owensboro Catholic, 7

Shawnee at Monroe Co., 7

DeSales vs. Green Co. at Doss, 7:30

Washington Co. at Glasgow, 7

Metcalfe Co. at Louisville Christian, 7:30

Newport at Walton-Verona, 7:30

Carroll Co. at Lloyd Memorial, 7

Covington Holy Cross at Owen Co., 7:30

Newport Catholic vs. Gallatin Co. at Newport, 7

East Ridge at Danville, 7:30

Somerset at Leslie Co., 7:30

Prestonsburg at Lexington Christian, 7:30

Middlesboro at Shelby Valley, 7:30


Hart Co. at Caldwell Co., 7

Adair Co. vs. Union Co. at Lindsey Wilson, 7

Edmonson Co. at Paducah Tilghman, 7

Fort Campbell at Elizabethtown, 7:30

Western Hills at Central, 7:30

Waggener at Boyle Co., 7:30

Garrard Co. at Henry Co., 7:30

Bardstown at Lexington Catholic, 7:30

Sheldon Clark at West Carter, 7:30

Fleming Co. at Lawrence Co., 7:30

Pike Co. Central at Russell, 7:30

Bath Co. at Belfry, 7:30

Jackson Co. at Powell Co., 7:30

Estill Co. at Bell Co., 7:30

Casey Co. at Breathitt Co., 7:30

Knott Co. Central at Corbin, 7:30


Warren Central at Hopkinsville, 7:30

Madisonville at Franklin-Simpson, 7

Allen Co.-Scottsville at Calloway Co., 7:30

Hopkins Co. Central at South Warren, 7

Franklin Co. at John Hardin, 7:30

Western at Spencer Co., 7:30

Collins at Valley, 8

Breckinridge Co. at Shelby Co., 7:30

Clay Co. at Mercer Co., 7:30

Taylor Co. at Knox Central, 7:30

Rockcastle Co. at East Jessamine, 7:30

West Jessamine at Wayne Co., 7:30

Rowan Co. at Scott, 7:30

Bourbon Co. at Ashland Blazer, 7:30

Greenup Co. at Harrison Co., 7:30

Holmes at Johnson Central, 7:30


Grayson Co. at Owensboro, 7

Graves Co. at Greenwood, 7

Thursday: Barren Co. at Christian Co., (n)

Apollo at Bowling Green, 7:30

Southern at South Oldham, 7:30

Bullitt East at Fairdale, 7:30

Doss at North Bullitt, 7:30

Bullitt Central at Fern Creek, 7:30

Woodford Co. at Highlands, 7:30

Dixie Heights at Montgomery Co., 7:30

Covington Catholic vs. Anderson Co.

at Dixie Heights, 7:30

Grant Co. at Madison Southern, 7:30

Letcher Co. Central at Pulaski Co., 7:30

Lincoln Co. at Harlan Co., 7:30

Whitley Co. at Southwestern, 7:30

South Laurel at North Laurel, 7:30


Muhlenberg Co. at McCracken Co., 7:30

Daviess Co. at North Hardin, 7:30

Meade Co. at Henderson Co., 7

Ohio Co. at Central Hardin, 7:30

Jeffersontown at Male, 7

Manual at Ballard, 7

Eastern at St. Xavier, 7:30

Pleasure Ridge Park at Trinity, 7:30

Seneca at Cooper, 7:30

Conner at Campbell Co., 7

Boone Co. at Ryle, 7:30

Butler at Simon Kenton, 7:30

Clark Co. at Scott Co., 7:30

Bryan Station at Tates Creek, 7:30

Madison Central at Henry Clay, 7:30

Paul Laurence Dunbar at Lafayette, 7:30

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Jeff Fisher
Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.