FRANKFORT - Host Franklin County threw for 355 yards and scored 32 points in the first half to beat Casey County 46-25 Friday night.
"The big thing was our inability to stop the pass," said Casey coach Andy Stephens. "They have a freshman quarterback who plays with a lot of poise. He scrambles around well and throws a nice ball. He had touchdown passes of 26, 16, 34, 26 and 6 yards against us.
"I was a little disappointed in our overall effort. We just are not playing with the intensity we need. We are not running to the ball to make tackles. We lack aggressiveness. Franklin County played hard and aggressive and we just did not match that."
The Flyers outscored Casey (1-3) 13-7 in period one and 19-12 in the second frame to take a 32-19 halftime lead. The Rebels cut the deficit to 32-25 after three frames but were outscored 14-0 in the fourth quarter.