Kentucky high school football scoreboard: Manual rematches PRP in Week 1 of postseason play

Pleasure Ridge Park's Anthony Woods gets stopped by the Manual defense in his team's loss to the Crimson Friday night in high school football. Nov.5, 2021

Friday marks the start of a new season: The postseason. A place where rankings and records no longer matter.

Who will be the better team for 48 minutes? Who's going to handle the elements better? Who's fading late in the season? Which teams are peaking at the right time? These are the necessary questions to consider as we find out which teams will end the season as state champions.

We're going to start off with many, but with the snap of the infinity gauntlet, we'll only have half by the end of the night. Follow The Courier Journal's Kentucky high school football scoreboard to see the teams that advanced and the ones that had their seasons dusted.

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10:38 Scores from around the state

Here's a complete listing of final playoff scores from around Kentucky:

Class 1A

Bishop Brossart 14, Paris 12

Frankfort 57, Eminence 27

Hazard 24, Lex. Sayre 21

Lou. Holy Cross 28, Campbellsville 0

Lou. Ky. Country Day 57, Berea 22

Paintsville 64, Betsy Layne 22

Class 2A

Beechwood 58, Newport 8

Cov. Holy Cross 35, Lloyd Memorial 29

Danville 21, Somerset 7

Middlesboro 46, Leslie Co. 0

Owensboro Catholic 41, Butler Co. 16

West Carter 51, Bath Co. 25

Class 3A

Ashland Blazer 52, Russell 42

Bardstown 37, Thomas Nelson 0

Belfry 57, Pike Co. Central 0

Bell Co. 47, Estill Co. 13

East Carter 30, Greenup Co. 0

Fleming Co. 49, Lewis Co. 8

Lou. Christian Academy 45, Henry Co. 15

Mercer Co. 41, Lou. DeSales 17

Class 4A

Allen Co.-Scottsville 41, Russell Co. 0

Corbin 40, Wayne Co. 8

Franklin Co. 49, North Oldham 0

Franklin-Simpson 27, Warren East 26

Harrison Co. 34, Rowan Co. 21

John Hardin 27, Lou. Moore 12

Johnson Central 56, Clay Co. 7

Letcher County Central 47, Perry Co. Central 13

Logan Co. 42, Madisonville-North Hopkins 24

Scott 35, Holmes 8

Spencer Co. 50, Marion Co. 7

Class 5A

Bullitt Central 58, Lou. Western 14

Conner 14, Cooper 3

Cov. Catholic 38, Highlands 8

Graves Co. 51, Breckinridge Co. 6

Lou. Atherton 21, North Bullitt 7

Pulaski Co. 40, North Laurel 14

Scott Co. 21, Great Crossing 19

South Oldham 50, Lou. Jeffersontown 6

Woodford Co. 36, Madison Southern 7

Class 6A

Bullitt East 49, Lou. Southern 19

Dixie Heights 38, Simon Kenton 7

Lex. Bryan Station 45, George Rogers Clark 0

Lex. Paul Dunbar 21, Lex. Lafayette 19

Lex. Tates Creek 33, Lex. Henry Clay 15

Lou. Ballard 44, Lou. Eastern 0

Lou. DuPont Manual 35, Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park 20

Lou. Male 43, Lou. Fern Creek 0

Lou. Trinity 76, Marshall Co. 0

Madison Central 42, Oldham County 9

10:22 p.m. Atherton makes history with playoff win

Atherton won their first home playoff game for the first time in a long time with a 21-7 win over North Bullitt.

10:16 p.m. Photos from Week 1 of the playoffs

Head to the Courier Journal's website for more photos of Friday night's action.

10:05 p.m. Final: Manual 35, PRP 20

The Crimsons withstand their first playoff game without JaWaun Northington and advance to the second round of the playoffs, where they'll face St. Xavier.

9:56 p.m. Final: Scott County 21, Great Crossing 19.

Scott County holds out to earn some more playoff football next week.

9:41 p.m. Scott County defense steps up big late

The Cardinals force a turnover on downs while hanging on to their 21-19 lead.

9:35 p.m. Crimsons up big going into fourth quarter

Manual lead PRP 35-6 heading into the final quarter of their game.

9:32 p.m. Final: Spencer County 50, Marion County 7

Bears advance to second round after dismantling the Knights, 50-7.

9:28 p.m. Henry County with another late score against CAL

Henry County closes the gap a bit on CAL, but it's too little, too late with less than a minute left in the game.

9:23 p.m. Trinity advances after dominant win

The Shamrocks blew out the Marshals 76-0 to advance to the second round of the playoffs.

9:21 p.m. Townsend strikes again for Manual

Crimsons extend lead over PRP with 15-yard scoring trot from Ramont Townsend.

9:20 p.m. Hodge uses leg to extend lead

CAL keeps the good times and lead rolling with 16-yard touchdown pass from Cole Hodge to Adam Ballard

9:16 p.m. Great Crossing pulls within spitting distance

The Warhawks are within two points of tying the Cardinals after a long ball touchdown.

9:15 p.m. Bullitt East charges ahead

Bullitt East continues to pull ahead of Southern thanks to a Mason Gauthier score, lead it 41-13

9:08 p.m. Henry County on the board for the first time against CAL

The Wildcats finally have points on the board after a Sam Royalty touchdown run.

9:01 p.m. CAL with the decisive lead over Henry County

The Centurions pour it on with a fumble recovery on kickoff for the 38-0 lead.

8:58 p.m. Shamrocks putting up basketball numbers

When it rains, it pours in the playoffs, as evidenced by Trinity's commanding 69-point lead over Marshall.

8:54 p.m. Woodford County blanking Madison Southern at the half

The Yellow Jackets have stung the Eagles for 21 points thus far at halftime.

8:48 p.m. CAL-Henry County halftime stats

Jason Frakes with halftime stats from CAL-Henry County.

8:46 p.m. Spencer County up big on Marion County

The Bears own a 36-point lead over the Knights and forces a running clock before the half.

8:36 p.m. Scott County leads Great Crossing by two scores

Luke Colvin uses a three yard dive to extend the Cardinals' lead.

8:34 p.m. A couple scores before halftime

Both CAL and Manual add to their respective leads just ahead of halftime.

8:26 p.m. Bullitt East ahead of Southern by three scores

A Mason Gauthier run has Bullitt East with a 21-point lead over the Trojans.

8:19 p.m. CAL up three scores before halftime

An Isaac Patrick TD carry has CAL up 21-0 over Henry County.

8:09 p.m. Score updates from across Kentucky

There's been a lot of action across multiple fields in the past few minutes on a crazy playoff night. Here's some score updates from around the state:

7:58 p.m. Score update for Trinity-Marshall County, CAL-H. County, Bullitt East-Southern

Shamrocks up big early in their playoff game against the Marshals. Meanwhile, CAL has extended their lead over Henry County, and Bullitt East is taking over versus Southern.

7:49 Halloween is over but tricks are still in play for Manual

Crimsons use a trick play on fourth down to keep their drive alive. Who says October 31st only comes once a year?

7:46 CAL takes 7-0 lead over Henry County

CAL uses the air attack to get on the board first against Henry County in the first quarter.

7:43 Manual takes lead over PRP, 7-0

Ramont Townsend uses a short dash to cross the goal line and put Manual ahead on the board in the first quarter.

7:40p.m. Ramont Townsend gets first carry filling in for JaWaun Northington

Manual Senior running back Ramont Townsend, filling in for injured starter JaWaun Northington, makes his presence felt on his first carry of the night.

7:08p.m. Player update for CAL-Henry County

We've got an early personnel update from Jason Frakes, who's reporting that CAL will be without junior running back Gavin Copenhaver.

Here's a recap of the week's biggest headlines to whet your appetite.

Selah stays home

Male defensive lineman Selah Brown finally answered the question that everyone's wanted to know ever since he started terrorizing quarterbacks for the Bulldogs.

After months of visits, calls and offers Brown chose to stay at home and play for U of L on Thursday.

Brown was all smiles during his commitment announcement ceremony at Male High School on Thursday. But now that Brown's solidified his future plans, he can focus on his present goal of leading the Bulldogs to a state championship.

Can Manual stay on track without JaWaun Northington?

Manual is one of the deepest teams you'll see in the playoffs, but that doesn't mean it's thrilled to be without its best player for the start of the postseason.

Crimsons' star running back Ja'Waun Northington will be out for Manual's first round game against Pleasure Ridge Park on Friday. Northington is currently recovering from an elbow injury he received the Crimsons lost last week to Male.

What can you expect to see from Manual on Friday as it adjusts to No. 22 being on the sidelines? Click here to read more.

Can we pick 'em?

Take a look at who The Courier Journal's high school sports staff has picked to win this week's biggest area games.

Follow Courier Journal reporter J.L. Kirven on Twitter @JL_Kirven for more updates on Louisville prep sports.

This article originally appeared on Louisville Courier Journal: KHSAA football: Postseason Friday high school updates, highlights