Tres Haley (@TresHaley1), Class of 2021, Springfield High School, is the Stewart Williams Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week…

Nothing makes a program appear it has things rolling any better than an endless succession of quality front-line guys. Springfield High School certainly has its program rocketing. Coach Dustin Wilson will have the Jackets ready for action again in 2019 and we believe Tres Haley will be an integral part. Check out this week’s Stewart Williams Company Robertson County Player of the Week and join us next week when we award a new recipient.

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Michael Grillo from Kenwood High School is the Meeks & Meeks attorneys Montgomery County Player of the Week

Both KPGFootball and Meeks & Meeks Attorneys in Clarksville are proud to award to Michael Grillo of Kenwood High School the Montgomery County Player of the Week. Grillo readily displays the very toughness and hard charging play comprising the trademark of the Meeks & Meek law firm. Join us again next week as we award a new recipient.

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Javion Rivers from Kenwood High School is the Meeks & Meeks attorneys Montgomery County Player of the Week

Not a lot about this prospect as we couldn’t even find his height and weight anywhere on line. Just another example of why what we do at KPGFootball is so vital for these kids. We were able to watch his film and believe he will be back at Kenwood for the Fall of 2019 as he was listed on Kenwood’s 2019 roster and there were several other references to him on line coming back for the Fall season. This is the type of player a new coach can definitely impact and if Les Greer brings to the table the attributes which got him the job, this player may be one of the heaviest beneficiaries. Congratulations to Javion Rivers for being this week’s Meeks & Meeks Attorneys Montgomery County Player of the Week. Join us next week as we crown a new recipient.

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Hopkins County Central’s Kaison Osbourne is this weeks Independence Bank Revolutionary Player of the Week

Losing a 6-1, 280 pounder from the middle of your lines of scrimmage is never an easy hole to fill. The Storm will miss big Kaison Osbourne who will playing on Saturdays in the Fall at the University of the Cumberlands. Thought we better hurry up and award him the Independence Bank’s Revolutionary Player of the week before he got away to college. Join us next week when we award the distinction to another deserving player from the fastest growing bank in the commonwealth of Kentucky.

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@TrentonTuttle2 is the Stewart Williams Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week

We have before awarded this to Trenton Tuttle but after having the opportunity to get to see him at combines over the previous two weekends we were compelled to give it to him another time. This kid is tough, competitive, explosive, and a blue collar type hard worker. We love Trenton Tuttle-types both at Stewart Williams Furniture and at KPGFootball. Join us next week as we select another recipient.

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Greenbrier’s Ryan Lanius, Class of 2020, is this week’s Stewart Williams Furniture Company’s Roberston County Player of the Week

Ryan Lanius is small in stature but not down field production. We expect him to have a monster year in 2019, his senior year. He is this week’s Robertson County Player of the Week from your locally owned, hometown, Stewart Williams Furniture Company. Join us next week as we select another recepient.

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Anias MItchell, from Browning Springs Middle School is this week’s Independence Bank, Revolutionary Player of the Week

In honor of the upcoming Kentucky-Tennessee Future Stars Classic, we thought we would honor a Madisonville area middle schooler. We have already awarded this award to Jordan Miles who made Team Kentucky as a DB. We thought why not award it to Anias MItchell, who is an Alternate and isn’t quite on the team yet but has certainly shown he belongs in unique company when it comes to playing the game of football.

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Henderson’s Ian Pitt (Class of 2019) is this week’s Independence Bank Revolutionary Player of the Week…

Many people associate this week’s Revolutionary Player of the Week with the sport of baseball. He is one of the most coveted prospects on the diamond across the commonwealth of Kentucky. However, Ian Pitt from Henderson County has the ability to play either or both sports collegiately and would be time well spent for any college program looking to shore up two, instead of just one, of its varsity sports. Read about Henderson County’s Ian Pitt brought to you by the fastest growing bank in the commonwealth of Kentucky, your friends at Independence Bank. Join the revolution in banking.

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Montgomery Central’s Michael Lobdell (Class of 2020) is the Meeks & Meeks, Montgomery County Player of the Week…

We probably don’t recognize kickers and punters as much as the positions deserve. We have heard it said special team’s is a third of the game of football, but people like Robert R. Neyland attached even more significance to it than that. One thing is certain, nothing gets a team beat any faster than bad special teams’ play. Michael Lobdell is one of the best around and a real weapon for the Indians which is why he is this week’s Meeks & Meeks Montgomery County Player of the Week. Join us next week when we award this to another deserving player from your friends when you really need one, Meeks & Meeks.

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