This guy has the frame colleges covet. Has the length too and is mighty effective along the first level in the down-hill run game. Enjoy this look at 6-6, 330-pound, Spencer County’s biggest Bear, Gavin Phillips. HB.
One of our favorite players in Kentucky, Hunter Scott, a.k.a. “The Gooch” is what we call a down-hiller in the offensive line play industry. This article should explain that. HB
In the business of covering Kentucky High School football we have a term we call “Championship Level Defense.” What we say about it is simply a Kentucky high school football team will never win a championship without playing defensively like a champion. Go back through your favorite team’s statistics and see whether you team played defensively commensurate with championship level play. What is championship level defensive play? Well, this article will tell you. HB.
There is no better time than the present to anoint another Independence Bank player of the week. Independence Bank is proud to sponsor a weekly article highlighting players in the areas where Independence Bank flourishes who embody the same type of revolutionary service to their respective football teams which has made Independence Bank unique and special in the banking industry. This week’s recipient is a player who is a coveted and talented front-line star for the Maroons from Madisonville North-Hopkins. His efforts really make the Maroons’ offense roll. Join us next week as we award this to another worthy recipient.Read more
Looking for a punishing OG for a football team committed to running the football. We have one for you, and we believe him to be the best in his class at the guard position. Here’s 6-1, 270-pound Owen LeMaster from Paintsville, Kentucky. Enjoy the article. HB.
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. We will come back in and pick some interesting Saturday night games later in the week.
Some pretty significant players from across Kentucky are nursing some injuries which could possibly impact their teams’ performances in 2019. Here are just a few of the more notable players reported as having sustained injury to KPGFootball. We are sure there are more. We can’t report on what we aren’t told. HB.
We traveled with Breathitt County to EKU’s Passing League Tournament and were pleased with what we saw. First of all, this isn’t the type of event at which any Bobcat football team is going to be too proficient. It really doesn’t fit with what generally constitutes the strength of the Breathitt attack. That aside, there were some really good things we saw and we thought you would want to know. We have also included some commentary on a Pikeville squad
Here are two linebacker prospects in the Class of 2020 on whom KPGFootball has been very high for years. Well it looks as though a certain service academy which thrives on being excellent in all they do agrees with our evaluation concerning these two players. Enjoy this article about two Kentucky players who are flying-high!
At KPGFootball, we can’t be higher on any young interior offensive lineman than we are on Owen LeMaster. This kid is a bull in the tradition of an Ethan Wolford or even an Andrew Clifton. Heck, he even kind of favors Clifton. We feel LeMaster is the best OG in Kentucky in the graduating class of 2022. If we were selecting a football team from that class, he would be our first choice at the guard slot from out of