Every weekend, we are notified by the Associated Press as to the results, from over the weekend, of the respective six classification’s top-10. In other words, who won and who lost among Kentucky’s highest rated football teams in each classification. As a service to our subscribers, we have begun publishing the information so as to pass it along to our subscribers. Here is how the top-10 fared on October 10th or 11th, over the previous weekend.
We are enormously privileged to get to vote in the weekly AP top-10 football polls for all 6 classifications of KHSAA football. This article is how we cast our ballot this week. THIS IS NOT THE OFFICIAL POLL as it will be released to the public this coming Monday afternoon, if tradition holds. We pour over data and statistical information in order to arrive at each team’s poll position. Don’t get too upset with how we vote, it plays itself
We could pick games every week without missing a single prediction if we wanted to do that. There are very good HS football teams in Kentucky and there are very bad ones too. Just to prove a point, we have outlined ten games we guarantee will be won convincingly by the team we have predicted. If we lose even one of these ten, check the temperature in Hell. Funny thing is, a few of these matchups are between teams with
When writing features and covering Kentucky high school football, many publications exclusively cover players on the really good teams. Well, there are players on rosters for teams who struggle. The difference between the rosters of teams doing well versus those who aren’t is often the number of good players the roster contains. Blake Whitaker for Knott County Central is a very good football player. Enjoy this feature about a player who (without us) may get both overlooked and underexposed.Read more
We at KPGFootball are, once again, very pleased to represent our readers and subscribers as voting members of the Associated Press here in Kentucky. The following is this week’s top 10 polls in all six Kentucky high school classifications.Read more
This week’s Stewart Williams Company Robertson County Player of the Week is Noah Batey from Greenbrier High School. Batey is a 6-4, 290-pound OT who is playing well for the Bobcats so far this season in spite of the team’s struggling somewhat at 1-5. His play regularly exceeds any and all reasonable expectations, week after week. Enjoy this look at a big guy getting the job done for his teammates. Join us again next week as we look to recognize another of Robertson County’s worthy players.Read more
Congratulations to Gavin Wimsatt, Class of 2022 QB, who plays football for Owensboro Senior High, for his revolutionary play on the football field. Oh yeah, before we forget, congratulations for being this week’s Independence Bank Revolutionary Player of the Week. Join us next week for another selection.Read more
Do you feel lucky punk? Do you? Those famous words were uttered by “Dirty Harry” Callahan, played by actor Clint Eastwood. Callahan was a police detective made famous in a series of movies in the 70’s and 80’s. Baron Wells’ response to whether he feels lucky would have to be a resounding “Yes.” Read why in this article.Read more
This week is different as there are a ton of teams about to go on “Fall Break” so many of these teams, which would normally play on Friday, will play Thursday instead. Enjoy this look at the Thursday match-ups.
Looking for a punishing OG for a football team committed to running the football. We have one for you, and we believe him to be the best in his class at the guard position. Here’s 6-1, 270-pound Owen LeMaster from Paintsville, Kentucky. Enjoy the article. HB.