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The final Friday night of the high school football regular season

October 28
Estill County at Berea
Adair County at Casey County
Danville at Frankfort
Bell County at Harlan County
Breathitt County at Hazard
Clinton County at Jackson County
Belfry at Johnson Central
Corbin at Knox Central
Prestonsburg at Lawrence County
Whitley County at Leslie County
Southwestern at Lexington Catholic
Powell County at Lexington Christian
Rockcastle County at Lincoln County
Harlan at McCreary Central
Wayne County at Monroe County
North Laurel at Montgomery County
Shelby Valley at Paintsville
Boyle County at Dunbar
Hurley, VA at Phelps
Pikeville at Pike County Central
Jenkins at Pineville
Bourbon County at Pulaski County
Morgan County at Sheldon Clark
Perry Central at Somerset
East Ridge at South Floyd
Clay County at South Laurel
Boyd County at Tolsia, WV
Letcher Central at Union, VA
Middlesboro at Williamsburg

UK leads the country with 24 former players on NBA rosters

LEXINGTON, Ky. – John Calipari has made the statement before that he would like to see every NBA team have at least one Wildcat on its roster and half of the NBA’s annual All-Star Game hailing from the University of Kentucky.

It’s an ambitious goal, sure, but with each passing season, as the number of UK players playing in the NBA continues to rise, it doesn’t seem that far-fetched.

The Kentucky men’s basketball team, the nation’s most prolific NBA player-producing program, once again leads the country with 24 players on an opening-day NBA roster. Of the 449 players in the NBA to start the 2016-17 season, approximately 5.35 percent played college basketball at UK.
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Postgame notes from Kentucky’s 40-38 win over Miss. State


Mississippi State at Kentucky

Commonwealth Stadium – Lexington, Ky.

Oct. 22, 2016


FINAL SCORE: Kentucky 40, Mississippi State 38


Team Records and Series Notes

  • Kentucky is 4-3 overall, 3-2 in the Southeastern Conference. Mississippi State is now 2-5, 1-3 in the league.
    • The last time Kentucky was 3-2 in SEC play was 1999.
  • Kentucky has won three straight SEC home games for the first since 1996.
    • It is also the first time UK has won its first three conference home games since 1990.
  • With the win, Kentucky evens the all-time series between the two schools, 22-22. Kentucky leads the series 13-9 in games played in Lexington. This was Kentucky’s first win in the series since 2008 and its first win in Lexington against Mississippi State since 2005.
  • The win was Kentucky’s 151st all-time at Commonwealth Stadium.
  • Kentucky will return to action Sat. Oct. 29 when it travels to face Missouri in Columbia, Mo., at Noon ET on SEC Network.

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1A Region 4 HS football playoff bracket


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4A Region 3 HS football playoff bracket


5A Region 4 HS football playoff bracket


October 21st high school football results


Allen Central 32  Shelby Valley 14
Belfry 60  Pike County Central 0
Bell County 68  Jackson County 44
Bishop Brossart 42  Berea 20
Greenup County 26  Boyd County 7
Corbin 35  Casey County 7
Lexington Christian 42  Danville 40
Rowan County 13  East Carter 12
Leslie County 47  East Ridge 12
Estill County 46  Knott County Central 6
Pineville 22  Harlan 19
South Laurel 42  Lincoln County 35
Williamsburg 52  Lynn Camp 7
Taylor County 20  Marion County 7
Somerset 48  Middlesboro 11
Breathitt County 51  Morgan County 12
Harlan County 74  Perry County Central 49
Phelps 48  South Floyd 6
Pikeville 53  Jenkins 0
Betsy Lane at Prestonsburg
Rockcastle County 14  Knox Central 0
Russell County 42  Clay County 38
Lawrence County 46  Sheldon Clark 16
Southwestern 21  Pulaski County 6
McCreary Central 41  Thomas Walker, VA 13