We can assure you Central is plenty thankful it picked up a versatile athlete the likes of Silas Gunn. Gunn came through for the Storm, big-time, particularly roaming the defensive back-third. Many, many good things ahead for this young athlete and this fine program. Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Friday Night Fletch.
Tough one coming up this Friday Night! Union County rolls into town 4-0 and poised to take the 1st-District, 3A, crown. Still, the Storm has a real opportunity here. We discuss it herein. Enjoy the feature
No time to cry over spilt milk, the Storm has a winnable game upcoming in Marion, Kentucky tomorrow night. We have to get right back on the horse, so to speak, and Marion, Kentucky has proven a tough place to mount for many teams over the years. This is a winnable game and will tell us lots about where we are as a program. FL.
Tough night in Morton’s Gap as the matchup with North didn’t go as Central fans would have liked. However, there is still plenty of season left to go and the Storm has every reason to feel good about where it stands going forward heading toward district play. Enjoy this recap…FL.
The Lone Ranger was one of our favorites back in the day. At the poignant point in the show, some person would ask, “Who was that masked man?” The answer was always “The Lone Ranger.” Caldwell was asking a similar question. The answer was Zayden Parker. Enjoy the feature. FL.
We have seen the Storm lose a hundred games following last night’s script, and yet, they didn’t lose last night. Is this indicative of the strides the program is making? We think so. Enjoy this feature. FL.
Okay, this is not a picture of Coal Hoard as the featured image. You get on the Internet and try to come up with a picture of the young man. You will find locating a picture of Coal Hoard, ’26, very daunting. However, his play forecast for the coming season means there will likely be plenty of picture of Coal Hoard floating around the internet by about mid-season forward. Enjoy the feature. FL.
Gaige Brasher looks to up the ante regarding both playing time and production in ’23. He demonstrated what kind of athlete he is in baseball season. Those skills will translate to the gridiron this coming Fall we are willing to wager. Enjoy the feature. FL.
We love what this ’24 FB/LB brings to both sides of the scrimmage line at Hopkins County Central. We are in the midst of the dumbest 2-week period in high school football. Yes, we are derisively discussing “Dead Period.” However, in a matter of days we will come out the other side of this haze and it will be football season in near full throat! Enjoy this feature about a player who will be counted on to make a big difference for his team. FL.
Cruz Cavanaugh is put together like a ’27 who figures on getting some Friday Night run in ’23. He played his MS football at South Hopkins and he looks poised to cause a few problems for teams looking to check the promising, rising freshman. Enjoy the feature. FL.