Area football previews: Week 11

Logan County (8-1) at South Warren (8-1)

7 p.m. Friday

Spartan Stadium

Broadcast: Talk 104.1 FM (PXP: Chad Young) | WRUS 610 AM

Updates: Twitter

Last meeting: South Warren won 52-0 on Aug. 29, 2014

Breakdown: South Warren leads the all-time series 3-1 dating back to the two sides’ first meeting in 2011. … The Spartans have won three straight against Logan County, outscoring the Cougars 138-0 in those games. … South Warren is ranked sixth in Class 5A in the latest Kentucky Associated Press high school football poll. … Logan County is ranked seventh in the latest Class 4A poll. … The Spartans defeated Christian County 36-0 last week behind two touchdowns from quarterback Mason Willingham and two from running back Luke Burton. … The Cougars are coming off a 46-7 win over Calloway County. … Quarterback Tyler Ezell and wide receiver Anthony Woodard connected for five TD passes in the win. … Ezell went 13-for-31 for 10 yards and six TDS, while Woodard reeled in six receptions for 152 yards and five TDS. … Running back Gary Hardy rushed for 151 yards. 

Trinity (Louisville) (7-2) at Bowling Green (6-2)

6:30 p.m. Friday

El Donaldson Stadium

Broadcast: WDNS 93.3 FM (PXP: Tim Waggoner)

Last meeting: Trinity won 14-12 on Sept. 24, 2010

Breakdown: Bowling Green will host Class 6A powerhouse Trinity (Louisville) on Friday at El Donaldson Stadium in the two sides’ first meeting since 2010. … The Purples are ranked fourth in Class 5A in the latest AP poll. … The Shamrocks are ranked second in the latest 6A poll. … Bowling Green is riding a three-game win streak after defeating Greenwood 39-0 last week. … Trinity won 44-0 over Eastern last Friday and has won two straight. … Quarterback Conner Cooper went 14-for-20 for 284 yards and three touchdowns in the Purples’ win. … Shamrocks’ QB Nathan McElroy finished 8-for-10 for 199 yards and four TDs in their victory.

Franklin-Simpson (5-4) at Glasgow (8-1)

7 p.m. Friday

Hank Royse Stadium

Broadcast: WFKN 1220 AM (PXP: Brian Talley) | WCLU 102.3 FM (PXP: Joe Myers)

Last meeting: Franklin-Simpson won 48-21 on Sept. 21, 2018

Breakdown: Franklin-Simpson and Glasgow will meet for the 60thtime Friday night at Hank Royse Stadium. … The Wildcats hold a 35-23-1 lead in the all-time series and have won five straight meetings over the Scotties. … Glasgow is ranked fifth in Class 3A in the latest AP poll. … Franklin-Simpson received two votes in the latest Class 4A poll. … The Scotties picked up a 21-14 road win at Casey County last week behind 64 rushing yards and two TDs from Jayden Wayrauch and 92 rushing yards and a TD from Hunter Scott. … Leandre Stutzman scored four TDs – two receiving, one rushing and one on a kickoff return – in the Wildcats’ 48-21 win over Warren East last Friday. 

Warren East (4-5) at Daviess County (4-5)

7 p.m. Friday

Panther Stadium

Broadcast: ESPN KY 102.7 FM (PXP: Garret Browning)

Last meeting: Daviess County won 41-19 on Sept. 3, 2016

Breakdown: Warren East will travel to Owensboro on Friday to take on Daviess County in the two sides’ first meeting since 2016. … The all-time series is tied 2-2 dating back to 2011. … The Raiders lost 48-21 at Franklin-Simpson last week and have dropped two straight. … The Panthers won 49-45 at Apollo last Friday and have won back-to-back games. … Warren East quarterback Nolan Ford rushed for 100 yards and three TDs in its setback. … Daviess County running backs Shane Riley (257 yards, two TDs) and Bryson Parm (168, 3) combined for 425 yards and five scores in its victory. 

Greenwood (5-4) at John Hardin (3-6)

6 p.m. CDT Friday

Bulldog Stadium

Broadcast: None

Last meeting: First meeting

Breakdown: Greenwood and John Hardin will meet for the first time on Friday in Radcliff. … The Gators are coming off a 39-0 loss to Bowling Green and have dropped two straight. … The Bulldogs lost 45-31 to Spencer County last Friday. … Quarterback John Morrison threw for 113 yards in Greenwood’s setback. … Running back Isaiah Harris led John Hardin with 78 yards and two TDs in its defeat.

Russellville (2-7) at Warren Central (0-9)

7 p.m. Friday

Joe Hood Field

Broadcast: WRUS 610 AM

Last meeting: Warren Central won 35-6 on Aug. 29, 2009

Breakdown: Russellville and Warren Central will meet Friday for the first time since 2009. … The Dragons lead the all-time series 5-3 dating back to the first meeting in 1968 and have won five straight over the Panthers. … Russellville fell 21-14 at Crittenden County last week. … Warren Central lost 35-12 at Monroe County last Friday … The Dragons have lost 44 straight games dating back to their last win on Oct. 16, 2015. … Chevis Elliott and Jackson Hampton scored both TDs for the Panthers last week. … Deanglo Patterson rushed for 93 yards and a TD last week for Central. 

Monroe County (5-4) at Allen County-Scottsville (3-6)

7 p.m. Friday

Patriot Stadium

Broadcast: WVLE 99.3 FM (PXP: Kyle Harwood)

Last meeting: Allen County-Scottsville won 21-14 on Oct. 26, 2018

Breakdown: Allen County-Scottsville and Monroe County will meet Friday for the 31sttime in a series that dates back to 1985. … The Patriots have won three straight over the Falcons. … ACS defeated Russell County 34-28 last week and has won two straight. … Monroe County won 35-12 over Warren Central last Friday and has won back-to-back games. … Falcons’ running back Jordan Page rushed for 147 yards and two TDs, while quarterback Curtis Petett went 11-for-20 for 121 yards and three TDs in their victory. 

Edmonson County (4-5) at Barren County (5-4)

7 p.m. Friday

Trojan Stadium

Broadcast: NASHIcon 103.7 FM (PXP: Jay Turner) | EdmonsonVoice.com 

Last meeting: Barren County won 19-12 on Oct. 26, 2018

Breakdown: Barren County and Edmonson County conclude their regular seasons Friday night in Glasgow. … The Trojans fell 42-12 at Meade County last week and have lost three straight. … The Wildcats won 13-0 at Clinton County last Friday and have recorded three straight wins. … Jameson Buie and Dayvion Holloway scored both TDs in Barren County’s setback. … Jon Smith and Isaiah Johnson recorded both scores for Edmonson Couny in its victory, while Matthew Shaw rushed for 104 yards. 

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