Frankfort High's football team scored eight points in the first quarter, then poured it on to win 59-0 over Paris Friday night at Sower Field.
It was the district opener for both teams, who are both 5-2.
The Panthers scored two defensive touchdowns, with Jalen Washington and Chris Brooks returning interceptions for scores.
Washington and Rontez Mitchell both scored two touchdowns for FHS, and Jalen Acree, Makale Marks and DeShawn Newton all had touchdown runs.
Bailey Spade kicked six extra points and one field goal, and Washington completed a pass to Brooks for a two-point conversion.
FHS plays its second district game at home Friday against Bracken County.