Dre Young is a kid who inherited the unenviable task of having to fill the shoes of Isaac Dixon, the departed, consensus, “Mr. Football” who led the Pirates to their 8th-title a year ago. Big shoes for anyone to have to fill. How is he doing? This article will tell you. HB.
Here is our best guess at the five best teams heading into the ’22 season in the 3A classification. We were right on the money a year ago picking Belfry to win and Paducah to make the final game. Man, did we look stupid at the mid-way point and genius at the end. Hopefully, we will once again demonstrate our superior knowledge and work ethic. Enjoy. HB.
Belfry Middle School wins or competes for KYMSFA championships yearly. Guess what? The high school version of the football team does the exact same thing at the KHSAA level. Are these things interconnected? How can they not be? Enjoy this look at one of the newly minted stars headed for Coach Haywood’s ’22 varsity roster. HB.
How does any program replace a Mr. Football in the offensive backfield. Well, when that program is Belfry, they do it with a young talent who has shown he won’t shy from having to fill shoes that size. It must stink having to play Belfry all the time. When does the endless wave of superior football playing talent ever ebb? Seemingly never. Enjoy the feature. HB.
This guy is among the more dominant players we have seen matriculate through the middle school ranks since we first began our coverage. Besides that, he’s a Wolford.
We have been featuring some ’25’s we call “No Doubters” around the magazine. A “No Doubter” is a kid sure to get plenty of PT as a frosh on Friday night and a kid we know we will be featuring plenty over the course of the kid’s high school football career. This kid here is one of those. Why? This article should tell you. Enjoy the feature. HB.
We were 83% in round 1, and a little over 80% in round 2. How will we do in the third round? Who knows, it gets harder the deeper into the muck you sink, trust me. Well, here are our picks…HB
Talk about your protein-packed performers, this 5-11, 190-pound RB/DB for Belfry High School (3A) had a quite a night this past Friday. Matter of fact, he’s having quite the year. We think he is a bone fide “Mr. Football” candidate. He’s been in the running every week for the “prize.” If a night like what he had Friday doesn’t get you a T-shirt and some beef jerky, it is hard to imagine what one has to accomplish to win the award. Enjoy the article and join us next week as we honor another worthy recipient. HB.
Talk about you programs with committed fan bases, Belfry will host Pulaski County in Friday Night’s opener on Pond Creek. We have the game broken down for you here like only we can. Enjoy the article. HB.
We are going throughout Kentucky and listing its top teams in each area. We thought we would start with the Mountains. HB.