Class of 2020’s Ryley Preece, Johnson Central High School

May 31, 2018 Fletcher Long 0

You have heard of the straw which stirs the drink? According to sources consulted in preparation for the writing of this article, that particular saying originated with the New York Yankees’ Reggie Jackson, a.k.a. Mr. October, who described himself as such for the 1977 New York professional baseball team. Reggie […]

Danville’s Darrian Bell, Class of 2020, steering the defense

May 31, 2018 Fletcher Long 0

The most senior rank in the United State’s Navy is Admiral, which, coincidentally, is the mascot of Danville High School‘s athletic teams. Historically, since its inception, Admirals have commanded fleets and squadrons, or the ships and dockyard facilities in major ports. An Admiral has overall command of naval forces in the line of […]

Boyle County’s Reese Smith, Class of 2020

May 31, 2018 Fletcher Long 0

Last year, KPGFootball partnered up with the American Fitness Institute out of Louisville, Kentucky and did something which had never before been attempted. We recognized that traditional All-State Football teams like the Courier-Journal Coach’s team and the AP (media) team both heavily favored seniors with a smattering of juniors. Generally, […]

William Long sets 4 American Powerlifting League Kentucky Records

May 30, 2018 Fletcher Long 0

Back on March 6, 2018 we asked a question in an article we published concerning Hoptown High School‘s William Long, Class of 2021. The question posed was Is William Long the strongest member of Kentucky’s 2021 Class? Well, it would appear to KPGFootball that the American Powerlifting League has settled the question. The answer; […]

Logan Arbogast or Sean Cochran? Who’s it going to be?

May 30, 2018 Fletcher Long 0

There is quite a controversy brewing in the mountains about whom will be starting for Coach Phillip Haywood‘s Pirates at the split tackle position upfront. Who’s going to be the fifth, first-teamer on Haywood’s Hawgs? Well, we have been informed, through sources close to the situation which KPGFootball has developed to […]

Paintsville’s Christian Keeton, Class of 2019

May 30, 2018 Fletcher Long 0

There was a Greek Philosopher who was tried, in essence, for proclaiming himself the smartest person alive. This, of course was an offense against the Emperor as to proclaim yourself smarter than he would deny his supposed divinity. He was tried for two offenses, asebeia (impiety) against the pantheon of Athens, and […]

Class of 2022’s Elijah Manning…

May 29, 2018 Fletcher Long 0

Every year it happens. Every year kids come up from middle school football and get plugged-in to some varsity two-deep or, sometimes, even the starting line-up. People always profess amazement and assume the program must be struggling or else whey would a freshman be playing? The answer isn’t the program is struggling. The […]

Landen Bartleson, Boyle County RB/CB, Class of 2020

May 29, 2018 Fletcher Long 0

There is really no secret that Landen Bartleson is the best athlete in the class of 2020 anywhere in Kentucky. We thought that when he was selected to our AFI-KPG Sophomore All-State Football team as a running back. Truthfully, he makes that team wherever he aligns. Landen, who is sporting […]

Ellis Dunn, WR 2019, is now a Tiger

May 28, 2018 Fletcher Long 0

When it comes to taking on a transfer who is likely to make an immediate impact, you can’t do much better than a player who will step into a starring role on both sides of the football. Ellis Dunn has moved into the Hopkinsville High School zone and will be […]