Chase Brasher from @HCCHS_Football is the @1776Bank ‘Revolutionary Player of the Week.’ @minguabeefjerky @PrepSpin @MaxPreps @KyHighFootball @LetsGoStorm

There is no better time than the present to anoint another Independence Bank player of the week. Independence Bank is proud to sponsor a weekly article highlighting players in the areas where Independence Bank flourishes who embody the same type of revolutionary service to their respective football teams which has made Independence Bank unique and special in the banking industry. 

Today we honor ’22 WR, Chase Brasher, from Hopkins County Central High School. Brasher’s Hopkins County Central High  is not too far from two of the friendliest and more efficient branches in the Independence Bank family.

First, there is the branch known as “East Center” located on 629 East Center Street in Madisonville and then there is the “North Main Street” branch on 1776 North Main Street. Both branches are just a “hop, skip, and a jump” from Central High’s location on 6625 Hopkinsville Road in Madisonville.

Get by either branch and see our friends today. Learn why Independence Bank‘s products, people, and services have started a revolution in the Kentucky banking industry. 

Chase Brasher; Photo from Prospect’s Hudl page uncredited

Central’s game last Friday night was a historic one. The Storm finished the regular season with a 6-4 mark, something they haven’t done since 2008 when they polished off a 7-3 regular season under then-Head Coach Rick Snodgrass.

To say present Head Coach William Manning and staff were somewhat nostalgic upon the occasion may be a bit of an undersell. “Elated” seemed an equally descriptive term.

Football enthusiasts know Adrian Stringer is among the commonwealth’s very best at the QB position. He did nothing to diminish his lofty reputation with his play against McLean County. The ’22 prospect was 16 for 20 for 327-yards with 3-TD passes on the evening.

Storm fans know the combination of “Stringer to Stringer” is potent. Christian Stringer (’22) lived up to his billing as one-half of that tandem by catching 6-passes on the evening for 90-yards receiving and a TD.

KYMSFA fans who follows the middle school game are (or should be) familiar with Calil McNary. McNary, a ’24 prospect, broke out the other night demonstrating the type play which made him among the most talked about footballers coming up from the middle school ranks just a few years ago.

McNary scored his first rushing TD of the season in a game which would see him account for 2-on the ground and one through the air with 99-total yards, rushing and receiving. Every team would covet that type production from a sophomore in a varsity game.

All of that being said, how about the performance of this week’s big winner? Chase Brasher, a ’22 prospect, who is 5-10 and weighs 190-pounds, caught 4-balls on the night for 158-yards receiving with a TD in route to being named the Player of the Game.

Brasher came up big-time when his team needed him most. At Independence Bank, we find such performances revolutionary in deed.

Congratulations to Chase Brasher for his Revolutionary Play which has earned this week’s recognition from the fastest growing bank in the Commonwealth of Kentucky…your friends at Independence Bank.

This is HB Lyon reporting for Kentucky Prep Gridiron reminding you that WE’RE JUST CALLING IT LIKE WE SEE IT!

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