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’25 Athlete a tough matchup at the HS level

We asked a question on this forum a few years ago. We asked whether Montavin Quisenberry (“Q”) is the best football player in all of Kentucky’s ’25 graduating class? We believe all inquiries have been satisfied and that Q, as we call him, is Kentucky’s very best in his graduating class from around the commonwealth. UK, EKU, LaTech, UofL, Michigan, Ole Miss, and VaTech number themselves among our most steadfast believers, as they have all offered Q. He’s a 5’8,” 166-pound, TD producing, football playing savant.

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Friday Night Score: Boyle County 28, Frederick Douglass 7

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Today, the Mingua Beef Jerky Company still prides itself on using its old-fashioned, all-natural recipes which offer outstanding products to customers across the nation. The recipes are a family tradition, passed down from generation to generation.     

Our recipes and our quality ingredients, hand-cut from solid pieces of beef, are never chopped or formed like other brands, making our products superior and one of a kind. That would make our products similar to this week’s Protein-packed PerformerMontavin “Q” Quisenberry, a ’25 ATH from Danville, Kentucky’s Boyle County High School.

…[S]omething different and superior to all other beef jerkies…

KPGFootball on the quality of Mingua’s product

Boyle County is coming off three-straight, 4A Kentucky Championships in football. They will be heavily favored to win its fourth straight this season. Reckon that is why Danville, Kentucky is known, far and wide, as “Title Town?”

Boyle County enters this weekend’s round one with a 10-0 mark. The Rebels have beaten LCA, Lexington Catholic, and Frederick Douglass, among others.

One reason the Rebels keep winning is their having players like Montavin “Q” Quisenberry. Friday night, against one of Kentucky’s deepest and more talented rosters, Q went straight off and demonstrated his impact on multiple phases of the ball game.

Q had over 100-yards rushing, caught seven (7) passes, and scored TDs rushing and receiving while registering a pair of tackles and breaking up a small slew of passing attempts. Q also impacted the “special teams” as a returner on punts and place-kicks. Q’s a three-phase guy.

At Boyle County, it often comes down to “we have Q and you don’t!

Friday Night Fletch

We will concede there were more impressive statistical outlays throughout the commonwealth this past Friday night. Avery Bodner, a ’24 RB quickly approaching a thousand yard rushing season for the Rebels in ’23, had 31-carries, against the Broncos, for 141-yards and a pair of TDs himself.

However, against whom statistics are compiled is often more impressive than the statistic itself. We call it showing up big in big games. This game, with 6A Douglass, was quintessential to the Rebels RPI positioning going into the playoff run.

Justin Haddix, HFC, Boyle County

Boyle, entering the playoffs at No. 3 in the last RPI (behind only Franklin County and Corbin). This means there aren’t too many places the Rebels will be forced to travel until the semi-state.

Q is someone Boyle superstar coach and sure-fire future HOFer, Justin Haddix, can thank for that! Getting to play at home, leading up to Kroger Field, is an advantage Coach Haddix is more than happy to enjoy. Wouldn’t you be?

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 Boyle County High’s, Montavin Quisenberry. 

This is Friday Night Fletch reporting for Kentucky Prep Gridiron and reminding you to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE. Don’t forget to SAVOR THE FLAVOR! 

Boyle County hosts 5-5 Whitley County in Round-One: picks the Rebels, 62-6, giving Boyle a better than 99% chance of advancing

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