Sam Davis from Frankfort High is a twin and named for a very significant historical figure, or so we think anyway. We really don’t know why his parents named him “Sam.” We do know this…this particular Sam Davis is a whale of a football player and hs played well enough for this week’s recognition and prize package. We believe Sam has some heroic football effort in his immediate future and these efforts will make the Panthers a much improved football team in ’22. Davis is the type player we relish rewarding at both Mingua Beef Jerky and at KPGFootball. Congratulations and don’t forget to pick up a few bags of our one-of-a-kind beef jerky products to #savortheflavor! HB.
How did Hoptown look in its scrimmage with the 6A team from Clarksville, Tennessee? Well, Coach Long and I were both there. We have an opinion and it is stated clearly in this article. Enjoy our take on it. HB.
Bo Stinson has plenty of lines in him this season. He has also put on 40+ pounds of the kind of weight coaches want to see linemen gain. What Bo has done is inject himself onto recruiting boards and into all-state team discussions across Kentucky. Enjoy this look at the pride of Bourbon County High, Bo Stinson. HB.
It is that time of year. Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their high school and its football fortunes. It might be called “Davis Days” for the Panther faithful in Frankfort, Kentucky. Well, Jack and Sam will answer the call, they always have before now anyway. We will get to Sam a little later. Today, we will discuss Jack Davis in earnest. Enjoy the feature. HB.
We believe Cam Norfleet is among the best edge defenders playing football anywhere in Kentucky’s high school version of the game today, at any level of play. It would be safe to assume we aren’t alone in this assessment. Enjoy this feature about this spectacular football player and see our friends and learn why Independence Bank‘s products, people, and services have started a revolution in the Kentucky banking industry. HB.
Stryker Davidson has the perfect name to play OLB for any defense. How fast will he be able to contribute for Coach Caba’s Class 5A, 6th-District MoCo Indians. Well that is the $64.00 question now isn’t it? Enjoy the feature. HB.
Reed Jefferies from CAL is easy to overlook. After all, he is a diminutive 5’9″ and weighs a slightly built 150-pounds. Had to have been a surprise when he contributed as much as he did to both sides of the football for the Centurions a season ago, when he was a mere sophomore. We believe his best is still to come. Jefferies is the type player we relish rewarding at both Mingua Beef Jerky and at KPGFootball. Congratulations and don’t forget to pick up a few bags of our one-of-a-kind beef jerky products to #savortheflavor! HB.
Carson Greenwell is one of the better centers in the entire commonwealth and certainly in the central Kentucky area. His anchoring one of Kentucky’s more formidable fronts has garnered for the ’23 OL prospect a ton of college attention at multiple levels of competition. Where will he land? Who knows. Let’s enjoy his senior year and we can worry about that a little later. HB.
Centre College has been killing it on the recruiting trail. The small college in Danville, Kentucky is in the midst of an unparalleled facilities upgrade and the talent, particularly in-Kentucky, is flocking to the small town known for winning football titles at various levels of play. Austin Gough has now decided to take his considerable talents down the road a bit and report for duty in the Colonels’ regiment. Read this feature about Centre College’s newest Colonel. HB.
Here is another outstanding young footballer in Kentucky about whom you may just now be learning. He has a fine frame and is quite an athlete. He is listed as a TE/DE. Where he ultimately ends up and on which side of the football is something we discuss herein. Enjoy the feature. HB.