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How to follow, watch the 2022 Ky. high school football finals


The 2022 UK HealthCare Sports Medicine State Football Finals championship games kick off Friday and Saturday at Kroger Field in Lexington.

This guide will help you stay on top of the action for the duration as the Kentucky High School Athletic Association crowns winners in each of its six football classes. Below you’ll find schedules, broadcast links, probable starters and rosters, stats, details about the Herald-Leader’s coverage plans and a whole lot more.

HOW TO WATCH

Tickets: Available by advance sale digitally at KHSAAtickets.org.

Digital program: https://bit.ly/3iw8oJC

Streaming broadcasts: Subscription required for live video stream at KHSAA.tv. Pay-per-view live video at Go.PrepSpin.com. Free audio stream at KHSAA.net.

FRIDAY’S GAMES

Class A: Pikeville (11-2) vs. Raceland (13-1), Noon | Probable starters | Live stats | Recap to come | Slideshow to come.

Class 2A: Beechwood (13-1) vs. Mayfield (14-0), 4 p.m. | Probable starters | Live stats | Recap to come | Slideshow to come.

Class 4A: Corbin (14-0) vs. Boyle County (12-2), 8 p.m. | Probable starters | Live stats | Recap to come | Slideshow to come.

SATURDAY’S GAMES

Class 3A: Christian Academy-Louisville (14-0) vs. Bardstown (14-0), Noon | Probable starters | Live stats | Recap to come | Slideshow to come.

Class 6A: Male (10-4) vs. Bullitt East (13-1), 4 p.m. | Probable starters | Live stats | Recap to come | Slideshow to come.

Class 5A: Frederick Douglass (14-0) vs. Bowling Green (12-2), 8 p.m. | Probable starters | Live stats | Recap to come | Slideshow to come.

OUR LIVE COVERAGE

Jared Peck (@HLpreps on Twitter) and Josh Moore (@JoshMooreHL on Twitter) will be providing updates, highlights, analysis and more from Kroger Field each day. And check out photos by Silas Walker (@sigh_las) and Brian Simms (@KentuckySports) on Twitter and later full slideshows on Kentucky.com.

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Pikeville’s Blake Birchfield (12) tries to escape Russellville’s Jackson Hampton (22) during last year’s state championships at Kroger Field in Lexington. Pikeville is back this year to defend its Class A title. Ryan C. Hermens rhermens@herald-leader.com





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