Okay, members! We crow when we do well, we should own our failures. We were 5-4 this week as only 9 of the 12 games we picked even got played. We are now 45-9 on the year and our performance this week was embarrassing. We will dive in harder and try to provide a better service this coming week. In our defense, we have some “Jekyll and Hydes” out there in the high school football world. Some of these teams
This week’s “Revolutionary Player of the Week” is one of Kentucky’s better LB/TE prospects in the class of 2023. Simon Ghee is a name you might not know but we highly recommend you learn. He is 6-2 and weighs 220 pounds and he is having quite a year for Class 4A, District 2 Warren East High School. Ghee and his teammates have a huge district showdown Friday night against Franklin-Simpson, a team which has historically had its way with both Warren East and the rest of District 2. Doesn’t appear to be the case this year. This feature is brought to you weekly by the folks over at Independence Bank. Go 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
We have picked you a “dirty dozen” of football games for this coming weekend. We were 10-3 this past weekend on our picks running our season recored to 40-6. Yeah, that’s right, we’re pretty awesome at this…HB.
Well with the performances we are regularly seeing around Kentucky these days, it was bound to happen. We have a week we had to give out two awards. We got special permission to do it this one time so don’t be thinking this will become a “regular thing.” Matt Anderson is a top-flight sophomore RB whose performance Friday night was unbelievable. Anthony Johns is a hulking OL who also plays defense for a team which took down the defending state champion and top ranked team, Somerset, on this past Friday night. The game was in Somerset. Enjoy the article and join us next week as we honor another worthy recipient.Read more
Well we have some more of the world’s finest beef jerky to award this coming Wednesday in the weekly “Protein-packed Performer of the Week” and there were some strong performances around the commonwealth from which to choose. These guys listed in this article are all contenders this week and this article will fully illuminate why that is. Enjoy the article. Join us Wednesday when we reveal this week’s recipient. HB Lyon.
As a service to our subscribers and as we, ourselves, subscribe to the Associated Press and participate in the weekly polling, here is how the ranked teams through the commonwealth of Kentucky fared this past weekend.
Breathitt Middle has beaten Meece (14-8) and Johnson County (20-8) in successive game and are entering the KYMSFA playoff seeded second in its region (behind a team it has already beaten) and undefeated. They boast two of the best players in the Class of 2025 in top-dog, Kory Combs, and big man, Sawyer Hall. Look out KYMSFA-title, the ‘Cats are coming for you! Enjoy the article contributed by former writer and editorial board member, Fletcher Long. HB.
This week’s “Revolutionary Player of the Week” is a top-flight, 2021 RB prospect who really shone, with the help of his offensive line, last Friday night when Bowling Green hosted Class 6A, first-district power McCracken County. Bunton plays for Bowling Green High School, and is the team’s leading rusher on the year with 452-yards gained in 4 games with 86-carries and 9-TDs so far. 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
We are 22-3 over the last two weeks and 30-3 for the season. Here are fourteen games for Friday night and what we think the outcome will be. Some of these games are “toss-ups” and some will be blow-outs. There are a few in here which will be quite closer than odds-makers believe and we have seen this phenomenon all year. Enjoy the article. HB.
Talk about your protein-packed performers, this 6-1, 215-pound MLB for Owensboro (Senior) High School (5A) had one of those nights where he was called upon to contribute on multiple sides of the scrimmage line. He came away with a big-time performance and productive regardless of what he was called upon to do. In a tight contest like last Friday with Owensboro Catholic, where every score was important, his contributions were instrumental to victory. We think AG (as we call him around the magazine) is the definitive player at his defensive position in Kentucky high school football. Can’t flatter a guy much more than that! Enjoy the article and join us next week as we honor another worthy recipient. HB.Read more