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Clear skies. Low 39F. Winds light and variable.
Updated: October 4, 2022 @ 9:35 pm
Western Hills' Xerhian Cleveland (10) goes horizontal while carrying the ball against Garrard County as Elijah Samels (54) looks on Friday night. WHHS won 20-14. (Chanda Veno | State Journal)
Travis Reason (2) gets a pat on the back from Jaden Samuels (22) after a second quarter play against Garrard County Friday night. WHHS won 20-14. (Chanda Veno | State Journal)
Jayden Youngblood (5) gets sandwiched between Garrard County defenders and the turf Friday night. WHHS won 20-14. (Chanda Veno | State Journal)
Western Hills' Garrison Graves (12) grabs the jersey of a Garrard County back during the first quarter Friday. WHHS won 20-14. (Chanda Veno | State Journal)
WHHS' Britton Franklin (73), left, and Elijah Samuels (54) look on before the start of a play in the second quarter against Garrard County Friday. WHHS won 20-14. (Chanda Veno | State Journal)
Western Hills' Garrison Graves (12) carries the ball between two Garrard County defenders Friday night at home. (Chanda Veno | State Journal)
Jaden Youngblood (5) plows through Garrard County defenders at Western Hills Friday night. (Chanda Veno | State Journal)
WHHS' Garrison Graves (12) runs toward the sideline with a Garrard County defender in pursuit Friday night. (Chanda Veno | State Journal)
Wester Hills' Xerhian Cleveland (10) holds off a Garrard County defender in the second quarter Friday. (Chanda Veno | State Journal)
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