Here are the top five performances from Week 3.
Bradley, Hayes propel McCracken over Graves
McCracken County running back Hunter Bradley missed the Mustangs' 42-14 loss to Bowling Green in Week 2 with a back injury.
He was in the lineup Friday night in a 65-26 win at Graves County and immediately made his presence felt.
Bradley had 28 carries for 328 yards and five touchdowns in McCracken's first win of the season.
The combination of quarterback Elijah Wheat and running back Franklin Hayes again proved effective in the pass game, as well. Five of Wheat's six completions, for 150 yards and three touchdowns, went to Hayes. Wheat was 6-of-9 for 159 yards and those three scores.
Stinson's big night sends Mayfield over Tilghman
Mayfield quarterback Jayden Stinson said last week that the Cardinals needed to bounce back from a come-from-behind win over Hopkinsville.
Two of Stinson's three touchdown passes - a 64-yard strike to Kade Neely and a 42-yard throw to Alonzo Daniel -- went for longer than 40 yards in Friday's 38-20 win over Paducah Tilghman.
The Cardinals (3-0) have now won 14 in a row over the Blue Tornado (2-1) in a rivalry that has spanned 106 games.
Mayfield will play McCracken this week.
Utley, McCalister aid Murray in blowout win
Hunter Utley and Charvelle McCalister are multi-sport athletes at Murray High.
Utley is a second baseman and pitcher for the school's baseball team and is McCalister's teammate on the basketball team.
The pair had a big night Friday, too, in a 58-7 win over Marshall County.
Utley was 19-of-21 for 280 yards, six touchdowns and zero interceptions, while McCalister ran 14 times for 116 yards and another score.
Murray plays Union County this week.
Trigg's Jordan does it again against Calloway
Trigg County quarterback Cam Jordan has had a statistically-strong two-week stretch for the Wildcats (3-0).
He followed last week's Player of the Week nod with another six-touchdown game in a 57-7 win over Calloway County.
Jordan was 12-of-18 for 246 yards and four touchdowns, while also running 15 times for 99 yards and two more touchdowns.
He now has 700 all-purpose yards and 15 touchdowns in three games this season.
Trigg is at Ballard Memorial this week.
Fulton County's Kimble takes Pilots to 2-1
Fulton County running back Caleb Kimble ran 10 times for 107 yards and three touchdowns for the Pilots (2-1) in a 52-14 win over Fulton City on Friday night.
As a team, the Pilots ran for 323 yards and six touchdowns, with a pair of two-point conversions.
Fulton County hosts Webster County this week.