The RPI will be rolled out here shortly. In fact, we almost expect the same to come out this week or next. We want you to be braced for something, Owensboro Catholic will be either No. 1 or No. 2 in 2A regarding RPI. They will likely stay there all season long. If they do, they will be home for the playoffs until packing for Kroger Field. What makes us say that? Enjoy the article! 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.
The football season opens tonight for most area teams. Owensboro Catholic travels to Bowling Green to play a tough Gibson Southern team in the Rafferty’s Bowl. For the “Aces” to have much of a chance, their junior QB/LB has to play really well. Enjoy this feature brought to you by your friends at Independence Bank. They have revolutionized the Kentucky financial services market. FL.
The Carrico brothers from Owensboro are really something. These boys lead one of 2A’s more successful football programs and both of them look to get ‘Next Level’ rides. They call this particular Carrico, “Tutt.” All Hail the King! Enjoy this look at one of the better football players in the entire commonwealth and don’t forget to #Savortheflavor. FL.
His name is William Carrico. His nickname is Tutt. We don’t know from where Tutt came but are sure it is one whale of a story. Regardless, Tutt is the King of the Aces’ and quite the baller for a program among the very elite football programs on the western end of Kentucky at any level of competition. Enjoy the feature. FL.
This guy would have drawn this article had he just been an offensive player. When you take into account he made the Kentucky Sports Radio’s (KSR) All-State team, at LB a year ago, his sophomore production was even more incredible. Enjoy the feature. FL.
Brody Hunt has his Bears right in the thick of things these days in the always tough 2nd District. Hancock, McLean, and Todd County Central are all playing lights out and Owensboro Catholic has settled into its accustomed role of 2nd District “Bully.” The team which has commonly been the “odd man out” is now playing lights out. Do the Bears have to beat the Rebels from. Todd County to get in the playoffs this year? Is the win over a 7-1 McLean team destined to turn one of McLean’s best teams in recent memories into playoff spectators? Enjoy this feature. HB.
Brady Atwell has been called the QB prospect with the highest ceiling starting under center for the Aces in a long, long time. Scary thing is, he may be a better prospect at LBer according to one of his coaches. Enjoy this feature about a sophomore QB who appears capable of doing it all and who also seems assured of being on a ton of recruiting boards going forward. Don’t forget to pick up a few bags of our one-of-a-kind beef jerky products whenever you can and wherever you happen to find yourself. Also don’t forget to #savortheflavor! HB.
Logan Willis is not a player foreign to this publication. We have before written about him and doubt this will be our last time either. He is a pulverizing punisher of a runner who gets downhill in a hurry. We are excited about his senior season and so should you be. Enjoy the feature. HB.
The Hornets’ performance has really shocked some people around the Western Kentucky football world. Independence Bank has been quick to notice the outstanding play from Hancock County High School and the Hawesville, Kentucky brand of Independence Bank located at 225 US 60E has been wearing us out around the magazine about when we were going to feature some of the area outstanding football talent. Okay guys, we hear you! Jack Duncan maybe one of the best defensive players at his level in his area of the commonwealth. He, for darn sure, may be among the more underrated. This kid has played very well for his Hornet’s team all year. Enjoy this feature and congratulations to Mr. Duncan on winning this very prestigious distinction. HB.