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Barnett, Standifer end regular season 2-3 in receiving

SALYERSVILLE – Magoffin County athletes Aden Barnett and Brad Standifer ended the 2020 high school football regular season 2-3 in receiving in Class 3A.

Sophomore Aden Barnett led Magoffin County in receiving during the 2020 high school football season, ranking second in Class 3A. Photo || Jim Arnett

SALYERSVILLE – Magoffin County athletes Aden Barnett and Brad Standifer ended the 2020 high school football regular season 2-3 in receiving in Class 3A.

Barnett, a sophomore, reeled in 24 receptions for 434 yards and seven touchdowns for Magoffin County during the 2020 high school football regular season.

Following Barnett, Standifer, a senior, hauled in 19 receptions for 414 yards and three touchdowns for the Hornets.

Magoffin County senior quarterback Lucas Litteral exited the 2020 high school football regular season among the top passers in talent-heavy Class 3A.

The top 30 receivers in Class 3A for the 2020 high school football regular season were as follows: 1. Easton Messer (Christian Academy-Louisville), 2. Aden Barnett (Magoffin County), 3. Brad Standifer (Magoffin County), 4. Gage Geren (Christian Academy-Louisville), 5. Austin Clarkson (Greenup County), 6. JT Garrett (Ashland Blazer), 7. Donovan Jackson (Casey County), 8. Jaquellus Martin (Trigg County), 9. Payton Roark (Fleming County), 10. Kristopher Hughes (Union County), 11. Preston Self (LaRue County), 12. Logan Pinkley (Fleming County), 13. Brian Thomas (Paducah Tilghman), 14. Maddux McKinney (McCreary Central), 15. Khia Sherrard (Elizabethtown), 16. Livonte Dale (Webster County), 17. Dawson Witt (East Carter), 18. Camden Williams (Elizabethtown), 19. Andrew Phillips (Glasgow), 20. William Paar (Christian Academy-Louisville), 21. Ben Shreve (Union County), 22. Kellen Bowen (LaRue County), 23. Conner Roney (Taylor County), 24. Peyton Spencer (Lewis County), 25. Caleb Winebrenner (DeSales), 26. Kevin Wix (Henry County), 27. Blake Cole (Henry County), 28. Coben Clem (Estill County), 29. Taylor Chandler (Webster County), 30. Jhaden Vaughn (Trigg County).

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