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WATCH: Highlights from Beau Allen’s Five Touchdown Friday Night

Beau Allen put on a show in the Holy War between Lexington Catholic and Lexington Christian Academy. KSR was there to see it all.

The future Kentucky quarterback was almost perfect through the air, completing 24-of-28 passes for 232 yards and two touchdowns, including a 31-yard dime that tied the game up in the fourth quarter after the Knights trailed by two touchdowns. He also rushed for 142 yards and three touchdowns, including a score from 43 yards out.

Unfortunately, it was not enough for the Knights to win. LCA’s Mattie Lebryk stripped the ball from Allen with two minutes to play. In less than a minute LCA marched down the field, scored a touchdown and completed a two-point conversion to take the lead. Allen got the Knights into field goal range with four seconds to play, but the 33-yard attempt missed.

Allen finished the night with five touchdowns and 374 total yards, yet LCA left with the 43-42 victory.

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Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

6 Comments for WATCH: Highlights from Beau Allen’s Five Touchdown Friday Night



  1. Bluebloodtoo
    1:41 pm September 21, 2019 Permalink

    That’s a great effort. Anytime you score 43 points you have a really good chance of winning. Need that D to step up a bit.



  2. notFromhere
    1:58 pm September 21, 2019 Permalink

    Mirrors the Cats loss to Florida in a way. Shake it off, young man, and keep doing great things on the field



  3. SuperTroy18
    2:03 pm September 21, 2019 Permalink

    That face at the end of the vid: anger, shock, disbelief. Having lost a game you did everything you could to win. This kid is already one of my favorite players. He is gonna be great in the blue and white. He has such a will to win and good head on his shoulders. Can’t wait to see him on Kroger Field, launching TD passes.



  4. maximumscott
    2:07 pm September 21, 2019 Permalink

    I just see another Patty Ice, Drew Barker… nothing to see here. Laughable that some fans think he will come in as a Frosh and start… lol



    • chris gettelfinger is not walking through that door
      3:17 pm September 21, 2019 Permalink

      Well you sound fun.



  5. JASUN74
    2:33 pm September 21, 2019 Permalink

    Max, you’re welcome to your opinion of course, while I respect it, I have to say I believe it’s way off. He didn’t get his high ranking for playing High School Football games! He got the respect because he went in front of those people who evaluate for a living and showed what he can do, he went to camps and he showed he’s a very high level Quarterback. Although he’s not doing bad at all now in these games, he’s going to be even better with SEC level talent surrounding him. I agree he won’t start as a freshman!! Come on man! No one seriously thinks that. It after a redshirt year and a year as a backup he’ll be ready and he’ll definitely start at minimum two years, and highly probable he startsThree

    I don’t know why anyone would try to guess how his career is going to end before he even steps on a college campus.

    Again, everyone is welcome to have an opinion, in this case though, myself and 95% of our fans disagree. Most importantly, the Coaches that recruited him from all the big time programs and the men and women who evaluate players for a living also disagrees with you. Time will surly tell who’s right and it’s definitely possible you could be, but at this point, I think he’ll be highly productive and one of those players we love for a long time here in the bluegrass. Thanks brother.