We thought it would be fun to forecast which ten MS players were likely to hit the field first in 2020 on Friday night. We have also included some innuendo we have heard about where some of these guys may end up this Fall. It’s conjecture as we really don’t know anything but we hear rumors and this site is protected and only for the benefit of subscribers so, hey, that’s for what we are paid the big money. Enjoy
This kid is a former Bret Cooper Middle School All-American, like Austin Gough who has gone on before him, and he played in 8 games for one of Kentucky’s very best high school programs as a freshman. His best days are definitely ahead of him but his play this year was outstanding in light of where he plays and the graduating class of which he is a member. Enjoy this article about Savon Hines from Owensboro (Senior) High School. HB.Read more
It is one of the most controversial things we do all year. It is the publishing of the MS All-State Team. Today, we are publishing the defensive team. This team was selected from the nominations of our subscribers. Hey, membership has certain privileges, don’t know what to tell you. HB.
It is one of the most controversial things we do all year. It is the publishing of the MS All-State Team. Today, we are publishing the Offense and will publish the Defense tomorrow. This team was selected from the nominations of our subscribers. Hey, membership has certain privileges, don’t know what to tell you. HB.
Nominations for our second, consecutive Middle School All-State Football team close midnight tonight. To nominate you have to be a[…]Read more
This week we award our prestigious Revolutionary Player of the Week to an eighth grader presently in Dallas, TX to play for the East All-American squad in the Bret Cooper Junior Academic All-American football game. Inclusion on either the East or West rosters is a tremendous honor for a middle school player and we believe this article will disclose why this week’s recipient is hardly just any middle school football player. Enjoy the article and congratulations to Owensboro Middle School’s Jak Lindsey.Read more
Let the nominations commence. If you are a subscriber to KPGFootball, we want to hear your nominations for this year’s freshman and sophomore All-State Football teams. Just go down to “Comments” and make your nominations in conformance with the article’s directives. HB.
The Class of the Commonwealth was released by the Lexington Herald-Leader. Many of the seniors heralded were “mountain kids.” We broke down the “mountain kids” for you in this article and talked a little more in depth about each one. Enjoy the article and congratulations to every kid, mountain or otherwise, who made the squad. HB.
Congratulations to Dre Thruston for being awarded the Independence Bank Revolutionary Player of the Week. He is a fine player who will see his role expand with Drew Hartz’s graduation when the Aces tee it up in 2020, Thruston’s senior campaign. Enjoy the article and join us back here next week for the selection of another worthy recipient.Read more
No team gets them all. The Coaches’ All-State Football team was just announced and it was a fine one with every player we saw deserving of selection. Still, we feel they undervalued some of the players and missed on some others. So here are our “friendly amendments and additiions” to the Coaches’ team. The media team will be out before you know it and I am pretty sure we will screw the pooch in the eye of many when it