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 pared this past weekend.
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.
10-1 a week ago and 12-2 this week. KPGFootball is the best handicappers in Kentucky high school football. There is a reason for this, we study the subject 24/7, 365 and our competitors don’t. It is why we are who we are. For out subscribers, here is a look at what we predicted and how we did. Enjoy, HB.
We were 10-1 in our picks a week ago. How will we do this week? Well, here is how we see Friday night’s games going. We have picked 16 from around the commonwealth and attempted to hit all regions. Good luck to all the teams. HB.
West Carter is beginning to make quite a bit of noise around 2A’s 8th District. This team played Beechwood for a regional title a year ago and looked poised to make it, at least, that far again this coming season, pandemic permitting. We look at this team and some of its “star power” in this article. Enjoy, Comet fans! HB.
We have been telling you for years the enrollment of the high school has very little to do with how good of a football team it has in Kentucky. Well, tomorrow night, we suppose Pikeville High School (1A) will make the point for us when they travel to play Lexington’s Henry Clay High School (6A). This game won’t be close and it won’t be the team from Kentucky’s smallest classification feeling the effect of Friday night on Saturday morning. Enjoy
Talk about you programs with committed fan bases, Belfry will host Pulaski County in Friday Night’s opener on Pond Creek. We have the game broken down for you here like only we can. Enjoy the article. HB.
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.
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.