LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Four games and ten touchdowns for Madison Central's Freddie Chenault.
"He is a bowling ball. He runs hard," said Madison Central head coach Mark Scenters. "He is doing a fantastic job but he will be the first one to tell you with those guys up front they are helping out a whole lot. He is doing a good job of running downfield. We have the ability to spread the field with our receivers with Ethan and spread it out and keep the defense stretched and he is doing a nice job of that."
Madison Central is off to a 3-1 start and Freddie saved his best performance of the early season for Friday's battle of Madison County.
"It felt good to come out and play," said Chenault."Offense clicked finally and let's keep it rolling."
The senior standout balled out for 163 yards and four touchdowns in a blowout win over their county rival.
"We grew up playing against them," said Chenault. "They are our team rival. It's our last time playing them and it feels good to beat them."
As for what's ahead, a Friday showdown with unbeaten Douglass, and with veterans like Freddie, Central has a shot.
"Leadership by example," said Scenters. "That's what it takes and we have some vocal leaders but those guys that go out there and get it done, it's real easy to follow them and that is what Freddie does."