We got some correspondence from a recent graduate of Leslie County High School who informed us she had read our article on Preston Spurlock. She told us further that Spencer Napier was the perfect compliment to Spurlock and that the tandem constituted a nearly unmatched pair of second level defenders. We looked at Napier ourselves and, what do you know, we agreed. Enjoy the article. HB.
Congratulations to Armondo Rodriguez for being this week’s Independence Bank Revolutionary Player of the Week. This is a PK who appears to us to really enjoy playing football. The kicking game, often overlooked by everyone except for us, is commonly the difference between winning and losing a football game. Armondo, like his brother before him, gives the Cougars a considerable advantage in this all-important part of the game. Join us next week for another selection.Read more
This Stewart Williams Company Robertson County Player of the Week is Tristan Petit, who may be one of the finest guard prospects on any roster in Tennessee Class 4A. He certainly plays at one of the classification’s highest regarded programs. Tristan is a kid who really needs to show he can play football with enough motor to continue to drive his feet and pound the ground through the referee’s whistle. Once he does that, his stock will shoot through the roof because his is a frame you don’t see everyday. Enjoy this article brought to you by the fine folks at your locally owned, hometown Stewart Williams Furniture Company. Don’t forget to stop by again next week as we crown another deserving recipient.Read more
Here is another guy who doesn’t really appear anywhere on line or in the stat books. Yet, with his frame and other athletic attributes, it is an easy prognostication he will have a break out junior season for the Hawks in the upcoming Fall. Enjoy this look at a player whose best football is ahead of him and we mean immediately ahead. Check back in with us next week as we recognize another, worthy, Montgomery County area player brought to you by your friends at the hometown, home-owned, Meeks & Meeks, Attorneys.Read more
We have heard thunder only happens when it is raining. We have also heard where there is thunder there is also lightening. Well, opponents of Caudill Middle School have been experiencing some terrible weather over the past three seasons. The two backs we have featured today, Kenyatta “Thunder” Hodge and Brady “Lightening” Hensley, are the most dynamic and productive backfield in Kentucky’s Class of 2024. Enjoy the article. HB.