2020 Kentucky high school football playoff scores – 2nd Round

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Kentucky High School Football Scores

Playoffs – November 27, 2020

6A

Dixie Heights 41, Ryle 36

Lex. Bryan Station 58, Oldham County 29

Lex. Paul Dunbar 35, Lex. Henry Clay 6

Lou. Male 57, Bullitt East 7

Lou. St. Xavier 10, Lou. DuPont Manual 6

Lou. Trinity 49, Lou. Eastern 7

McCracken County def. Henderson Co., forfeit

North Hardin 36, Meade Co. 7

5A

Bowling Green 41, South Warren 24

Cov. Catholic 38, Highlands 21

Frederick Douglass 39, Scott Co. 21

Lou. Fairdale 27, Bullitt Central 7

Madison Southern 23, Woodford Co. 21

North Bullitt 19, South Oldham 7

Owensboro 28, Graves Co. 21

Southwestern 35, Pulaski Co. 14

4A

Allen Co.-Scottsville 28, Warren East 13

Boyle Co. 49, Lexington Catholic 41

Corbin 41, Knox Central 0

Franklin Co. 42, Lou. Central 6

Hopkinsville 42, Logan Co. 20

John Hardin 41, Spencer Co. 0

Johnson Central 50, Letcher County Central 0

Rowan Co. 18, Boyd Co. 6

3A

Ashland Blazer 10, Russell 7

Belfry def. Lawrence Co., forfeit

Bell Co. 13, Rockcastle Co. 6

Elizabethtown 35, Bardstown 28

Fleming Co. 39, Pendleton Co. 0

Glasgow 14, Taylor Co. 0

Lou. Christian Academy 23, Mercer Co. 7

Union Co. 35, Paducah Tilghman 21

2A

Beechwood 38, Lloyd Memorial 0

Breathitt Co. 41, Leslie Co. 19

Lexington Christian 42, Somerset 35

Metcalfe County 34, Edmonson County 27

Murray 28, Mayfield 21

Owensboro Catholic 27, Hancock Co. 26

Walton-Verona 34, Carroll Co. 0

West Carter 48, Shelby Valley 18

1A

Crittenden Co. 42, Russellville 13

Hazard 21, Pikeville 12

Lou. Ky. Country Day 57, Eminence 13

Newport Central Catholic 45, Ludlow 7

Nicholas Co. def. Bishop Brossart, forfeit

Paintsville 28, Raceland 21, OT

Williamsburg 49, Pineville 13

Read: 1st Round Kentucky playoff scores

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