’24 QB led his team to its first title game appearance in 24-years…
Trenton Cutwright played QB but made our Large School All-State Football Team at ATH. There is nothing wrong with describing a QB, who is also a PG/SG in basketball and a CF/P in baseball; who is 6’2,” 170-pounds and throws for 23-TDs, while running for close to 800-yards and another 9-scores, as an “Athlete.” Seems appropriate to us anyway.HB Lyon, Scouting Director, KPGFootball
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There are players, when it comes to post season awards, who are hard to “pigeon-hole.” Those guys add so much value to a team, in so many different aspects, that we choose to reward them with the distinction, “Athlete.”
Bryan Station’s Trenton Cutwright was certainly among that class of player for us. Cutwright played QB for the Defenders, though he contributed to the bottom line in a variety of ways.
Over the course of the ’23 season, Cutwright was filthy for his ball club. Cutwright threw for close to 2,000-yards (1,915-yards to be exact), three 23-TD passes, ran for 749-yards, with 9-carries he toted across the goal line personally.
Cutwright was fourth on the team in scoring. Remember, those 23-passing TDs weren’t credited to him in the scoring department. The receivers got credited for those.
Cutwright sort of puts the “Ath” in “Athlete.” Cutwright is a three-sport, varsity athlete at Bryan Station, which competes at Kentucky’s highest classification (6A). Cutwright plays point guard/shooting guard in basketball while playing centerfield and pitching on the diamond.
Cutwright published the following: “All glory to God. I am blessed to be a 3 sport athlete…”
His ability, athletically, isn’t the only attributes for which colleges are thanking The Almighty. Cutwright carries a 3.0 GPA and has a registered 21 on his ACT.
We call that a “Clearinghouse sweepstakes.” Numbers like that are unquestionably “qualifying numbers.”
Join us next week as we return to honor another weekly prize winner. Until then, pop some Mingua Beef Jerky in your mouth and savor the quality and flavor which sets it apart from the competition. Remember, our product is superior and one of a kind; just like Bryan Station’s, Trenton Cutwright.
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