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There’s a tiny little football game being played tonight at Louisville’s Cardinal Stadium. Maybe you’ve heard of it.
Welcome to St. Xavier vs. Trinity week, the best regular-season week on the Kentucky football calendar! We’ve got everything covered about the big game from the origins of the iconic trophy presented to the winner, to stories on the Shamrocks and Tigers, to our predictions for who will win.
But that’s not the only game in town. Week 6 of the KHSAA football season is here, and the Courier Journal will have you covered like a shutdown corner in press coverage. Stay here or save this page as a bookmark to revisit throughout the night for live updates from all of the area’s action and then stay locked in after the final whistle for coverage from all of the action.
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Here’s complete coverage from Friday’s Week 6 action, and see how our reporters did predicting each game’s score:
➤ 3 observations: How Trevor Havill made the most of his second chance to lead St. X to win over Trinity | Photo gallery | Video highlights
➤ 3 observations: Manual shuts out Ballard in battle of unbeatens
How Trinity football’s red zone mishaps cost the Shamrocks against St. Xavier | Photo gallery | Video highlights
Kentucky high school football roundup: Holy Cross, Collins, PRP, Fairdale win
Here’s tonight’s schedule. Check back regularly for halftime and final scores.
Thursday’s game
Friday’s games
KHSAA Riherds is the live scores update service of Kentucky High School Athletics Association. You can find scores from around the commonwealth here.
Tickets for the marquee game of the regular season could be found on the Louisville Cardinals’ digital ticket platform for $10 (general admission), $15 (reserved lower bowl) and $20 (reserved club seats). Can’t make it to the game? The St. X broadcast can be found on WVXW-AM 1450 and FM 96.1. Trinity’s broadcast is on WGTK-AM 970. And you can follow Courier Journal reporters Jason Frakes and JL Kirven for updates all night. Kirven will also take over the CJ’s Instagram account for on-the-field highlights you won’t want to miss.
It’s game day!What to know about St. X vs. Trinity football tickets, parking, tailgating and more
Each week the Courier Journal sports staff will break down Friday night’s best games, predict the winners and provide expert analysis on everything you need to know. Get caught up on all our Week 6 analysis here:
➤ Expert picks: Courier Journal, WHAS-11 reporters predict this week’s winners
➤ Must watch: The 5 games you don’t want to miss tonight
➤ Jason Frakes’s Top 10 Kentucky teams after Week 5
➤ Last week: Complete coverage, scores and analysis from Week 5
Follow assistant sports editor Jake Adams on Twitter @jakeadams520 or email him at [email protected]


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