Greenwood (4-2) at Christian County (0-6)
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Stadium of Champions, Hopkinsville
The Christian County Colonels are still looking for their first win of the 2019 season and they'll try to get it against the four-win Greenwood Gators.
After a 4-0 start, the Gators have lost back-to-back games against Logan County and Barren County.
Greenwood has two players that have run for more than 570 rushing yards in Reed Slone (643) and David Odom (571). Slone had seven rushing scores this season while Odom has four for the Gators.
John Morrison has thrown for 462 yards with four touchdowns and six picks. All four of Morrison's touchdown passes have gone to Slone as he's got 10 catches for 213 receiving yards.
While the Colonel offense has struggled this season and not score more than 15 points in a game, Steve Lovelace's defense has kept Christian County in a couple of their games so far this year.
Donta Abren has thrown for 675 yards and has two receivers with double-digit receptions in L'Ray Coleman (12) and Cameron Coleman (11).
RJ Falvey has run for 136 yards while L'Ray Coleman has 81 rushing yards and two scores on the ground.
The Colonels and Gators start at 7 p.m. at the Stadium of Champions.
Trigg County (4-2) at Crittenden County (3-2)
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Crittenden County High School, Marion
Trigg County's 4-0 start was derailed the last two weeks when the Wildcats ran into a buzzsaw that included Murray and Paducah Tilghman.
The Wildcats allowed 129 points the last two weeks after only allowing 29 points the first four weeks.
Injuries have also hit TCHS but the Wildcats' schedule gets much more favorable the next few weeks as they host Crittenden County today, then head to Webster County before returning home for a battle with Union County week nine.
Crittenden County started the season 3-0 but the Rockets have fallen to Caldwell County and Union County the last two weeks, including a 14-0 loss to the Braves a week ago.
Hunter Jones has thrown for 560 yards with nine touchdowns and six interceptions. Xander Tabor has run for 398 yards and four scores while also catching a touchdown for the Rockets.
Jones' favorite targets are Tyler Boone and Preston Turley as Boone has 282 yards and three scores on 17 catches. Turley has eight catches for 118 yards and a touchdown.
Boone is also the Rockets' leader on defense as he has 54 total tackles with 38 solo tackles.
Trigg County's Cam Jordan will look to bounce back and turn the offense around for the Wildcats as he's trying to end the season on another winning streak.
Todd County Central (5-1) at Hancock County (2-4)
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Hancock County High School, Lewisport
After a loss last week to Owensboro Catholic, Darell Keith and the Todd County Central Rebels are hungry for a victory and the Hornets stand in their way tonight.
Hancock County is 2-4 on the season but has won two of its last three games with wins over Edmonson County and Butler County.
The Hornets run the ball a lot and with Xander Early at 100 carries on the year with 663 yards and six touchdowns. Darian Thompson (134 yards, 2 touchdowns) and Tristan Robbins (133 yards, 2 touchdowns) have also ran the ball for Hancock County this season.
Cole Dixon only has six completions this season but has 185 yards with two touchdowns and an interception. Noah Mize, Austin Volocko and Early each have receiving touchdowns for the Hornets.
For the Rebels, DJ Johnson had his first receiving touchdown since week one last week when he took a long Bryce Nolan pass to the endzone.
Nolan and JaTwan Graham each have seven rushing touchdowns this year but Graham leads the team with 676 rushing yards, good for 135.2 per game.
Keith and his squad go for a big district win tonight in Lewisport.
Fort Campbell (0-6) at Murray (4-1)
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Ty Holland Stadium, Murray
It's been a season to forget for the Fort Campbell Falcons and the Murray Tigers are ready to add a fifth win to their already impressive season.
The Falcons are coming off of a 42-0 loss to Mayfield last week as home while Murray has won five-straight contests after a season-opening loss to Graves County where it only fell 38-35.
Hunter Utley has thrown for 1,380 yards with 19 touchdowns and three interceptions this season while Charvelle McCallister has 512 rushing yards with five scores.
Tommy Waldrop has been Utley's favorite target with 37 catches for 488 yards and three touchdowns.
Jaiden Jackson and Jorden Duffy also have at least 20 catches this season for the Tigers.
Fort Campbell and Murray kick off at 7 p.m.