2017 Kentucky school football playoff scores – 2nd Round

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Kentucky high school football scores

2017 playoffs – 2nd Round

6A

Daviees County 34, McCracken County 21

Central Hardin 31, Henderson Co. 16

Frederick Douglass 34, Lex. Tates Creek 21

Scott County 42, Henry Clay 20

Lou. Butler 14, Lou. Male 6

Lou. St. Xavier 16, Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park 7

Lou. Trinity 51, Campbell Co. 13

Simon Kenton 52, Lou. Ballard 12

5A

Cov. Catholic 49, Bullitt Central 0

Harlan Co. 28, North Laurel 21

Madison Southern 14, Anderson Co. 11

Montgomery Co. 28, Lou. Doss 6

South Warren 24, Christian County 6

Bowling Green 42, Greenwood 21

South Oldham 35, Highlands 34

Southwestern 29, Whitley Co. 7

4A

Hopkinsville 43, Logan County 8

Franklin-Simpson 62, Madisonville-North Hopkins 6

Ashland Blazer 40, Bourbon Co. 8

Collins 30, Shelby Co. 6

Johnson Central 64, Scott 16

Lou. Western 12, Knox Central 3

Mercer Co. 46, East Jessamine 21

Wayne Co. 38, Rockcastle Co. 24

3A

Caldwell County 40, Larue County 27

Elizabethtown 41, Paducah Tilghman 0

Belfry 63, Lou. Waggener 26

Boyle Co. 62, Western Hills 14

Lexington Catholic 56, Garrard County 16

Corbin 32, Bell Co. 6

Lou. Central 50, Floyd Central 0

Powell Co. 44, Casey Co. 41

2A

Danville 19, Somerset 0

Glasgow 27, Newport Central Catholic 20

Lex. Christian 42, Prestonsburg 12

Lou. Christian Academy 28, Walton-Verona 0

Lou. DeSales 54, Washington Co. 0

Mayfield 52, Hancock Co. 16

Owensboro Catholic 40, Murray 16

Monroe Co. 35, Lloyd Memorial 20

1A

Crittenden County 41, Bethlehem 20

Campbellsville 50 Russellville 26

Beechwood 47, Frankfort 7

Hazard 43, Lynn Camp 8

Lou. Ky. Country Day 32, Lou. Holy Cross 7

Paintsville 43, Bracken Co. 0

Pikeville 42, Williamsburg 6

Raceland 31, Paris 9

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