Here is a game which will be tougher than it looks on paper. Everyone gets all over the top about the loss of London Stephney at QB for Bell. His loss is huge, he was a fine player. However, what is left in Bell County, post-Stepney, is still elite talent. Johnson Central suffered some losses to graduation too. This game will be a tight one. Who’s going to win? Well, you’ll have to buy the article or subscribe to find
These same teams played early in 2019 in Hyden, Kentucky. Clay County won that game by 17-points. Fans can’t act like high school teams are the same year in and year out. There is something called “graduation” which plays a big part in any high school team’s fortunes. Who will win this year’s game to be played the 11th in Manchester? Glad you asked, we broke down for you in this article? Enjoy! HB.
There is no better time than the present to anoint another Independence Bank player of the week. Independence Bank is proud to sponsor a weekly article highlighting players in the areas where Independence Bank flourishes who embody the same type of revolutionary service to their respective football teams which has made Independence Bank unique and special in the banking industry. This week’s recipient is a player who appeared in 10 or so games in 2019 as a sophomore on a roster which was heavily laden with senior talent. Chris Hill has the frame, hostility, and athletic ability to really come to the fore in 2020 and we look for him to do just that. Hill’s efforts will really make the Maroons’ offense roll this coming season and he figures to be in the rotation on the defense front too. Join us next week as we award this to another worthy recipient.Read more
This may be the top matchup in Kentucky the opening weekend of high school football. If we could get the ESPN family of networks to pick it up it would make quite a showcase for the quality of the Kentucky high school game. Enjoy this look at this tremendous early season test for both teams.
Because we do take special requests and because someone asked us to do this on Twitter, we decided to use our amazing analysis to breakdown another huge western Kentucky, opening weekend, showdown. We give you our analysis and predicted winner of the Crittenden County at Caldwell County game.
We like to preview matchups and give our subscribers the benefit of our analysis. You know we usually get these things right, just so you know.
Talk about your under appreciated football talents in Kentucky, we think Tanner Coyle, Pleasure Ridge Park, is one of the best MLBers and FBs in Kentucky’s graduating class of 2021. He puts the work in slinging the iron and those are numbers which can’t be faked. They just are what they are. If we were fielding a team, we don’t mind telling you he would certainly be on it. Enjoy the article. HB.
Luke Davis had a fine year in 2019, just as the Cougars. Well, Davis is out of eligibility but no need to cry over spilt milk. The Cougars still have their tried and true one-two punch of Chaz Geraghty and Lex Thomas. Enjoy the article! HB.
This week’s “Revolutionary Player of the Week” is a top-flight, 2022 SDE playing for Louisville’s Male High School. His name is Selah Brown. This is a kid ranked a 4-star national recruit by many of the most established recruiting services and one consistently ranked among the very best with his hand in the dirt playing along the defense’s line of scrimmage in his graduating class throughout the commonwealth. 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
Here is an outstanding two way lineman for the Todd County Central Rebels who plays tackle for his high school team but predicts to slide inside at the next level. Damarcus is a kid we have before featured and one of the very best high school players in the Big Sky Conference’s little school division. New Coach Josh Robins will need his contributions to build off the success of his predecessor. The Rebels were 6-5 a year ago and have