The All-State Quarterbacks, Here’s why…

November 22, 2017 Fletcher Long 0

It was an exciting day yesterday as the All-State Teams for the 2020 & 2021 Classes were announced. As promised, now that the teams have dropped, I am tasked with explaining why the selection committee chose the players it decided to recognize. I can tell you that the committee believed […]

Hopkinsville’s William Hughes an All-American

November 6, 2017 Fletcher Long 0

  William Hughes a 5’10” 245 pound Class of 2022 player has officially been selected an All-American and will play in the annual Bret Cooper Game in Dallas, Texas, December 31, 2017. The selection committee made specific mention of William’s speed and athleticism in addition to his being explosive and strong. […]

Dru Flener, Carrying James Madison’s Torch to the Maroons

September 8, 2017 Fletcher Long 0

There is a lot of excitement right now around the Maroon Football program at Madisonville North-Hopkins. Well, with the young talent accumulating in Madisonville, Kentucky, frankly, there should be. We wrote just this week about a Team Kentucky Future Star, Davyon Vanburen, and alluded to the fact there were more […]

Lane “Freight Train” Rushing

August 5, 2017 Fletcher Long 0

Hopkinsville High School’s incoming class of freshmen is completely loaded. The Class of 2021 is so loaded, in fact, that quite a few of them are in the starting line-up for the HHS, Varsity, right now heading into the season opener. Quite a few more are dressing Varsity and expected […]

Tim Wharton Sr. Takes Over the Helm of Freshman Football at HHS

May 31, 2017 Fletcher Long 0

Hopkinsville High School and The Silver Fox, Craig Clayton, have announced naming Tim Wharton Sr. its Head Football Coach for the Freshman Tigers! Wharton, above pictured, played his prep football for the Christian County Colonels where he played receiver and defensive back before playing collegiately for the Kentucky State University Thorobreds. After […]

Chasing those hoop dreams…

May 19, 2017 Fletcher Long 0

I have a very good friend who is a fantastic football coach by the name of Darrel Keith, formerly the HC at CCMS and now coaching  the Varsity’s Offensive Line and Head Coach of the Freshman Team at Christian County High School.  He told me Mississippi State Football was at […]

Reece Jesse…”That’s mine…”

April 2, 2017 Fletcher Long 0

If anyone in the Commonwealth of Kentucky this year intercepted more balls than HMS’ Reece Jesse (9 picks, 3 returned for TD’s) then I would like to know whom.  Reece Jesse also led HMS in receptions for TD with 8.  Reece has good height (6’0″), large and soft hands (see […]