Throughout the season we pick weekly winners. It was one of our more popular segments a year ago. This year we will decide which games we cover based on our “hits.” Read us, you get covered. Ignore us, we ignore you. These are some Friday night match-ups in areas where we get a lot of views. This week we thought we might enliven things by singling out some games for witty commentary. You have to be a member to read
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This is part three of our three-part series “Wandering through the wasteland…” Today we predict the district winners in Classes 2 and 1A. This concludes our series. I would mention Fletcher Long, formerly a writer here at KPGFootball and now working for Bluegrass Sports Nation called and said some coaches have taken strenuous exception to this analysis. To those offended, I am saddened you take offense. Still, we strive to be true to our craft and our opinion is just
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There are times where the words escape even us. We saw a legendary, star performance worthy of mythology out of Kentucky’s 7th grade QB in the Kentucky-Tennessee Future Stars Classic. It left us speechless and that isn’t good because it is our responsibility to tell all of you about it. This is the best we could do, hope it is enough. Enjoy the article as we do the best we are capable to describe the indescribable.
KPGFootball are big fans of Coach Darell Keith. We have been out watching the Todd County Rebels practice the past few days and we are becoming big fans of their prospects going forward. Keith is particularly good at coming up with nicknames and his nickname for Justin Waldrop, The Big Show, is a dandy. Enjoy the article about an up and coming team in the area.
We couldn’t get to every Kentucky performance and there were more outstanding performances from Kentucky athletes than we could possibly record. However, these performances were extraordinary and were worthy of mention on what was a find day for Kentucky prospects demonstrating they should be recruited as hard as any other state represented.
In both breaking and developing news, Coach Darell Keith is making some additions to the Todd County Central varsity football staff. One of those is the addition of veteran youth league head coach King James Williams from Montgomery, Alabama. This is a developing story and there may be more on this to be reported later so keep checking the page all you Rebels fans.