Owensboro’s Sahvon Hines is the Independence Bank Revolutionary Player of the Week…

In all of the excitement over the Kentucky-Tennessee Future Stars classic this weekend, we almost forgot we have a Kentuckian on the US National Select team playing in Canton, Ohio for Team USA. His name is Sahvon Hines and he is from Owensboro, Kentucky. Sahvon will be a 9th grader this coming Fall at Owensboro Senior High School. Congratulations to Hines for representing his country well and for being selected our player of the week for the fastest growing bank in the commonwealth of Kentucky, Independence Bank. Join us next week as we recognize another outstanding and deserving player.

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Jabin Wedding, Class of 2020, is this Week’s Independence Bank Revolutionary Player of the Week

You always hear of “Wedding Bells.” Of course who can forget the late Jim-Ed Brown singing about “…all the wedding bells are ringing…” McLean County opponents hear an all-together, different type of Wedding-Bell. These are the type of bells heard after being “rung-up” by Jabin Wedding. Jabin is back for his senior year and McLean has it rolling in Class 2A, District 2. Enjoy this article about this week’s Revolutionary Player of the Week brought to you by our friends at the fastest growing bank in all of the Commonwealth, Independence Bank.

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Meric-Dean Stinson, Class of 2019, Henderson County Colonels, is this week’s Independence Bank Revolutionary Player of the Week

We don’t know how the Henderson County Colonels will replace players like this week’s recipient, Meric-Dean Stinson. It is not everyday a team is fortunate enough to have a guy with Stinson’s heart and fight in the line-up. Make no mistake, Stinson was as responsible for the Colonels’s turn-around in 2018 as any other player on the team. No one works harder than Meric-Dean Stinson and efforts like his are worthy of recognition and celebration. That is exactly why he is being recognized this week by Kentucky’s fastest growing (and hardest working) financial institution, Independence Bank. Join us next week as we award this to another worthy football player.

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Noah Edelen, Class of 2020, from Owensboro Catholic is the Independence Bank Revolutionary POW

Banks partner up with businesses in an effort to make the business, or its interest-holders, successful. Many times the public doesn’t even know which bank’s capital made the venture possible. In that way, Independence Bank is much like an offensive lineman. They labor in relative obscurity so YOU can flourish and get the accolades and glory. Not only does Independence Bank appreciate players who do the same thing on the gridiron, so do we at KPGFootball. That is why we write so much about offensive linemen. Well, if you love the bigs as much as we, Noah Edelen is your guy. Enjoy this article about one of the better interior OL in the 3A Classification and join us next week as we recognize another worthy player.

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This week’s Independence Bank Revolutionary Player of the week is Browning Springs’ Jordan Miles, Class of 2024

Jordan Miles, though only currently in 7th grade, is certainly a name Madisonville area football fans want to begin to monitor. He’s already among the top of his graduating class, Kentucky-wide, as a football prospect and someone who may even garner early college offers. Regardless, he is the Independence Bank Revolutionary Player of the Week which is its own reward. Join us next week as we select a new recipient.

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Jonathan Stefanopoulos (Class of 2020) from Daviess County is this week’s Independence Bank Revolutionary POW

We are focusing in on the big linemen this week so it was only fitting we selected “Big Jon” Stefanopoulos from Daviess County High School as the Revolutionary Player of the Week. Check back in with us each week as the fastest growing bank in Kentucky awards another outstanding prep footballer for their extraordinary efforts extended on their team’s behalf.

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Hagan Edge (@hagan_edge), Class of 2020, from @OCathFootball is the Independence Bank (@1776Bank), Revolutionary Player of the Week…

How good can the Aces be in 2019? Well, they are losing a ton of production from off of 2018’s 8-4 squad but return an All-Stater at QB and still have the second leading rusher and receiver back for another year. It will take production from players like this week’s Revolutionary Player of the Week, but we believe the Aces will come up all-aces!

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