Central Kentucky Area’s Best converge on West Jessamine High today. Registration at 2PM, tryout from 3-6PM. Be there! @minguabeefjerky @PrepSpin @1776Bank @KyHighFootball #Brotherhood

The best of the best around the central Kentucky area will gather at West Jessamine High School today to tryout for the Kentucky Future Stars game. Is your middle school aged player among their number? Only one way to find this out. HB.

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@JayshawneM32 from @MaleBulldogs is the @1776Bank Revolutionary Player of the Week. @LMHSCoachWolfe @minguabeefjerky @PrepSpin @KyHighFootball @KyHighFootball

Sometimes players on the sawed-off end of the frames get overlooked, by everyone but Independence Bank and KPGFootball. This kid here is tall enough to knock your block off, is there a need to be taller than that? Congratulations to this week’s Revolutionary Player of the Week from the fast growing bank in the commonwealth of Kentucky, your friends at Independence Bank. HB.

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Class of 2022, @bridger_knee, is the @1776Bank Revolutionary Player of the Week. @minguabeefjerky @PrepSpin @KyHighFootball

This week’s “Revolutionary Player of the Week” is a top-flight, 2022 defensive end who helped lead the Purples to the 5A State Title, last season when Bowling Green defeated the always tough bunch from Owensboro Senior High. This feature is brought to you weekly by the folks over at Independence Bank. Go on by and see our friends and thank them, not just for this series, but for the outstanding services and products which have started a revolution in the banking industry.

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‘Big Baby’ back in Pike County…@JacobyTbury79 to suit up for @PikevilleHSFB

“No sir, you ain’t moving ‘Big Baby’ nowhere!” I remember hearing Kentucky Future Stars’ Director yell this at Team Kentucky camp three years ago like it was yesterday. Three years later it is even harder to move this 6-2, 290-pound DT/NG. He’s at Pikeville High School now, like they really needed the help (denote sarcasm). Enjoy the article. HB.

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@JtAdamsIV2 from @CountyColonels is a winner right from the starting gate (featured photograph: Brendan Miller, BSN)

Sometimes we forget that not every kid comes in and slides straight into the Friday night lineup as a freshman. This is especially true at the 5A level of football in Kentucky. However, by year’s end we saw more and more of JT Adams patrolling the Colonel defense’s second level. Get ready, you will certainly see way more of that this year out of a kid we have consistently ranked among the top 2-3, 2023 LBs. Enjoy the article. HB.

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Gough to start against Henderson County

Gough is used to doing things well before anyone thinks he can. He started at one of Kentucky’s premier high-school programs as a freshman, he set the school’s single-season tackle mark as a sophomore, he made the AP All-State Football First-Team as a sophomore. The list just never seems to end. When he broke his leg the projections were he would be through for the year. Well, in keeping with Gough tradition, he was cleared to return to action in game 9. This makes him available for the playoffs, rested and full speed. Owensboro, at 8-1, was winning even without its marquee superstar. Imagine what they will do in the playoff run with him. Boggles the mind, doesn’t it?

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The Product is Glorious!

Colleague of mine called me just yesterday and asked if I had heard about the game between Jordan Miles (Trigg) and Joshuah Keith (Todd) I asked him, “Are you serious? What kind of an outfit do you think we’re running over here?”

Hey, when two of the best football players in Kentucky’s 2024 class lock-horns, KPGFootball is going to be there. The result of the confrontation was gloriously played football played between two very fine football teams.

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Is Todd County Central’s Joshuah Keith the No. 1 QB in KY’s 2024 class? We think so, and here’s why…

We make no bones about it, Joshuah Keith is the best QB in the class of 2024 anywhere in Kentucky in our opinion. He may be 2024’s very best football player too. A lot of what makes him different is his poise and football IQ. Than there is an 8th grader who runs in the high 4.6’s, low 4.7’s, in the 40 and shuttles in a blistering 4.0-flat. Of course his throwing a HS ball 59-yards this summer in Knoxville at the Gunslinger Challenge didn’t hurt his reputation either. If you really want to know why he is different than any other top-flight, 8th grade QB, then read this article.

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