Trajdon Davis is a “dude.” We will break that down for you and explain, as best we can, what that means to football people across Kentucky. The Colonels look to be a right hard out again this coming season in 6A, District 1 and Davis will have plenty to say about it. Enjoy the article. Friday Night Fletch.
Aden Bolden is a prime example why there is some superior coaching going on in Calhoun, Kentucky. Bolden is a ’26 kid who is plenty athletic and outstandingly versatile and productive. Enjoy this feature and don’t forget to get by your local Independence Bank and discover why and how our people, financial products, and services have started a revolution in the Kentucky banking industry. Friday Night Fletch.
This guy has a Hudl page but no highlights. Doing an exhaustive search for him online we came away with nothing. This guy needs a feature just to give him some online identity. We hear Mattox Allen is a good-looking athlete with plenty of skill set to find the field over the course of his sophomore season. Enjoy this look at another fine football player on the Hopkins County Central roster. Friday Night Fletch.
We have been featuring versatility this offseason. No one is any more versatile than Edmondson County’s Ace Daugherty. This guy long snaps and plays primary positions very well too. How many long-snappers are also the fourth leading rusher, or among the club leader in tackles, TFLs, and QB-sacks? Enjoy this feature and don’t forget to #SavorTheFlavor. Friday Night Fletch.
Grantland Rice once extolled the virtues of four Notre Dame football players he dubbed “The Four Horsemen.” Christian Academy had its own four horsemen in ’23 and they rode them to the title. Two of the four are walking the graduation stage leaving the other two behind. One of those will be RB, Jeffrey Vazzana, and he will be very good next season. Enjoy the feature. Friday Night Fletch.
Eli Hawkins HS career is over. His college football career is just dawning. Still, we got to appreciate his prowess a final time at the 41st Annual Kentucky HS Powerlifting Championships. It was glorious as he put on quite the show. Go Cougars! Friday Night Fletch.
Sam Murray was among the most popular Colonels on the Centre roster up until his graduation in the Spring of 2022. He spent a year on the coaching staff at Eastern Washington and has now come home to help his alma mater. Enjoy this special feature. Friday Night Fletch.
This is a 6’5,” 230 pound ’25 DE who is among the most productive on field performers in the KHSAA. He has D-1s already offering and there are many more circling. Enjoy this feature about a guy who will probably make every All-State list in the commonwealth at the end of the upcoming season. Friday Night Fletch.
Trevy Barber is the most productive player at his position anywhere throughout the commonwealth of Kentucky. He was a sophomore in ’23 but that didn’t stop him from registering 84-catches, 16-of which went for TDs, for over a thousand yards (1,189). Get this, the kid also housed a kick. What a jewel for this or any roster. Enjoy this look at this superior WR/ATH in the 5A classification and don’t forget to get by your local Independence Bank and discover why and how our people, financial products, and services have started a revolution in the Kentucky banking industry. Friday Night Fletch.
His name is Sylas Gunn. We call him the Gunn-slinger around our offices. He is a versatile athlete with a varied and robust skill set. He is our focus in Storm Warning this week. Enjoy the feature. Friday Night Fletch.