So you think because it is offseason the fun stops? Heck no! Football is a year round thing at KPGFootball and at the Mingua Beef Jerky Company. Every single day the Mingua family and friends put on their hard hats, fill up their thermoses, and go to work to provide you the very best in all beef jerky products and we have the same work ethic when it comes to covering football and publicizing its high school superstars. This week enjoy reading about a young man who has to be among the best freshmen QBs in Kentucky, if not THE best. HB.Read more
There is nothing about Parker Chaney which looks “freshman-ish.” Of course, after having started all year for a finalist in 2A, he really isn’t a freshman anymore. He’s more like a junior. Enjoy the article. HB.Read more
Cameron Hergott won the Coach’s “Mr. Football.” He is also a former recipient of the Mingua Beef Jerky’s “Protein-packed Performer of the Week.” That should show you the Mingua people know their football! Here is an interesting look in this article about how a “Mr. Football” winner can only be “Honorably Mentioned” on the All-State team published by the same group which voted on “Mr. Football,” KFCA’s members. Enjoy the article. HB.Read more
We are compiling our Freshman, Sophomore, and even our middle school teams right now. The selection committee is meeting and, when we get done, we are sure we will have teams which please a few, enrage the vast majority, and stimulates a ton of discussion good for the overall health of the game of football. There won’t be much debate should this particular
QB make the team. Read about the year this guy had!
This week’s “Revolutionary Player of the Week” is a top-flight, 2021 dual threat QB prospect who led the Purples to the 5A State Title, last weekend when Bowling Green tussled with the always tough bunch from Owensboro Senior High. This feature is brought to you weekly by the folks over at Independence Bank. Go on by and see our friends and thank them, not just for this series, but for the outstanding services and products which have started a revolution in the banking industry.Read more
For those of you who pay this site for its unvarnished candor, here you go. The coach’s all-state football team was published yesterday. It generated furious debate and discussion, which is what it is designed to do. There were some grossly undervalued players, there were glaring (and I mean unbelievably glaring) omissions, and there were some selections right on the money. Pretty much the same can be said every time a team gets published. The Associated Press’s team will open nominations in about a month, and will be the last team published, and those wishing to criticize “get ready” because I am quite sure we will screw it up just as badly as the coaches. The debate about whom should have made it over this guy or that, is a healthy one and shows how much the sport means to all of us. That we care is good.
Not voting when you have been sent a ballot. Well, that is not so good. In this article we speak out about a topic on which our commentary was specifically requested. Be careful for what you ask, you might get it.
Enjoy the article, for those purchasing it or subscribing to the site. This is content we don ‘t publish or share for free because we are a business and this is the type content which encourages people to join. Enjoy the article. HB.Read more
There are lots of ways a dominant football player can exert himself into a game, and a game’s outcome, which don’t show in the game’s statistics. This player, DeAnthony Perry, has been the dominant, “man in he middle” along the Trinity defensive front for Kentucky’s premier high school football team all season. He was dominant in the title game against Louisville Male. Perry is a big-play, playmaker. In the title game he harassed the backfield, seemingly every snap, and came up with huge plays. He is among the best at what he does in the high school game for a reason. Congratulations to DeAnthony Perry from Louisville’s Trinity High School for being the Mingua Beef Jerk Company’s “Protein-packed Performer of the Week!” HB.Read more
Zane Biever is a Dawg! That is why when the Red Devils need a player blocked or a rush applied, Coach Greg Brown just “…leaves it to Biever!” This kid is described as “undersized.” What isn’t undersized is his play. Enjoy the article. HB.Read more
Here are the guys who really stepped it up on Kentucky’s brightest stage. Enjoy the article and see just why these guys are in contention for the world’s finest beef jerky and Kentucky’s most prestigious weekly award. HB Lyon.Read more
This week’s “Revolutionary Player of the Week” is Andrew Lanz (2023), one of Kentucky’s top place-kickers in the high school game. We pride ourselves on performance and, to render an exceptional performance, no one knows better than Independence Bank that competitors have to fuss over both the important things, obvious to everybody, and the less obvious things most casual fans overlook. That is how competitors become champions. Saturday, two teams with strong Independence Bank branches (Bowling Green and Owensboro) will battle for the 5A crown. Go on by one of those branches in either town and see our friends at your local Independence Bank. Thank them, not just for this series, but for the outstanding service and products which have started a revolution in the banking industry. Enjoy the article. HB.Read more