We heard a team in Eastern Kentucky one time referenced as “The Mayfield of the Mountains.” They were quite pleased with that reference. They should be. However, this is “The Mayfield which is the actual Mayfield” we’re talking about today. They has lost a ton of offensive production. They have lost quite a bit in the third defensive level too. Is Kylan Galbreath enough to lead them back to Lexington? We will look at that in this article. HB.
One of our favorite players in Kentucky, Hunter Scott, a.k.a. “The Gooch” is what we call a down-hiller in the offensive line play industry. This article should explain that. HB
Heading into the 2020-season, the toughest district in 2A, and one of the toughest in all of Kentucky football regardless[…]
This kid here may be the best returning QB this side of Louisville, Kentucky. He has been doing wonderful things with not a tremendous amount of talent around him. The Storm is on a 16-game skid but Chris Manning looks poised to turn those fortunes completely around. Enjoy the article. HB.
Often times the late bloomers are the ones whose bloom lasts the longest. We have been told to expect the emergence of Bo Stinson by the “folks who know” around Paris, Kentucky. We listen to these folks. Enjoy the article. HB.
We featured a teammate of his weeks ago and now we have circled around to feature him. Kobe Martin is one of 2022’s top-five or so RBs commonwealth-wide and recruiters tell me, college prospect wise, he may be every higher than that. He is getting it done at one of Kentucky’s premier football programs at any classification. It will be fun to see what he does this coming Fall. Congratulations to Kobe Martin, No. 23, for the South Warren Spartans from the fastest growing bank in the commonwealth of Kentucky, Independence Bank. Come see us and discover why. HB.Read more
Not a better running-back in Kentucky’s class of 2024 in our humble opinion. No less than FBU and Team Kentucky Elite seem to share in that view point. Enjoy this article about Ethan Gregory from Corbin, Kentucky.
We dubbed him “the Rifleman” in an article about him we published April 1, 2020. He has done nothing but prove us right. Enjoy the article! HB.
Issac Dixon, 2021, RB/DB/Ath, 5’10” 175lbs, 4.4-40, 11.0 100-meters, 21 ACT We love a good campaign at KPGFootball. We decided[…]Read more
Man oh man did Covington Catholic lose a lot on defense. Of course, losing Michael Mayer from off of any offense (or defense) will leave a mark. Caleb Jordan, All-State QB in 2019, is back and that is quite a lot. Enjoy this look at a team which has gone 44-1 the last three years. HB.