I will always remember 2024 and the season which provided fans plenty of suspense and thrills. It will always stand out to me of the “season which could have been.” Enjoy this look back at the year and look forward to stomping the ever-loving, gob-sobbing, crap out of Fulton County tomorrow night. Friday Night Fletch
Central went on the road needing a win to get into the number two slot when seeding commences. Central left Dixon, KY just hoping to have a seat when this “musical chairs” experience of a ’23 football season stops its music. Central came up short but still has plenty for which to play. Enjoy the feature. FL.
After last night’s 22-point loss to Union County, the remaining five games are games the Storm is capable of winning. It will take a Herculean effort to run the table (5-0) but we have the talent and ability to do just that. A 7-3 finish would put us in the number 2 slot in district 1 and assure us a couple home playoff games. This may be shaping up to be quite the year. FL.
It was a tough night for the Storm in Marion, Kentucky. Still, the boys are getting better and there were plenty of opportunities to escape with a victory. Here is your recap. 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.
Big punchers in boxing always have a chance. No matter the odds, if you can land that one haymaker, you can end up Champion of the World. We say George Foreman do that very thing when he was in his 50’s. Central has that opportunity to “Shock the World.” Enjoy this article, get ready for war. 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.