Markezz Hightower is probably the best RB in Kentucky in the ’26 class. He comes from a line of RB’s we have featured and who have also won MVP in the Kentucky-Tennessee Future Stars Classic. Markezz is the little brother of Jeriah Hightower, who we covered ad nauseam when he was a prep RB for the Maroons before his moving on to play for EKU. Get on by one of our fine branches today and discover why Independence Bank’s people, products, and services have started a revolution in the Kentucky financial services industry. HB.
Josh Johnson has long been among our favorite players in Kentucky’s ’23 class. He is a bull in a china shop type interior wrecking ball athletic enough to play from tackle out to end for the Crimsons who are being widely discovered as among Kentucky’s very finest football teams at any classification of play. Enjoy this look at a guy every defense in Kentucky would relish having deployed along the down defensive front. Get on by one of our fine branches today and discover why Independence Bank’s people, products, and services have started a revolution in the Kentucky financial services industry. HB.
We love to visit our many friends and locations in the Independence Bank family. Today we visit a branch in Louisville, Kentucky located on Shelbyville Road. Noah Meyers is among the Shamrocks brightest stars at TE and may be the best Kentucky has that critical position in the ’23 class. We are confident Noah Meyers will continue to draw plenty of ink before his high school journey is complete. Enjoy this feature on one of Kentucky’s very finest at the WR/TE position. Get on by and visit one of our fine branches today and discover what makes Independence Bank’s people, products, and services revolutionary in the financial services industry. HB.
We are in the throws of Future Stars season. What we mean by that is middle school stars across Kentucky are auditioning to play in the Tennessee-Kentucky Future Stars Classic this coming summer. This time of year always makes us think of Kentucky’s finest. Sedgwick is certainly among them. Enjoy this feature on one of Kentucky’s very finest at WR and CB. Get on by and visit one of our fine branches today and discover what makes Independence Bank’s people, products, and services revolutionary in the financial services industry. HB.
Today we bring you a feature on a young man we have before featured when he was still in middle school. Mitchell has found a way to contribute to the team’s success in a variety of ways. At Independence Bank we celebrate young people who find a variety of ways to contribute to the cause. Come by and visit us and learn the variety of ways our people, services, and products have revolutionized the Kentucky banking industry. Enjoy the feature. HB.
Hawesville, KY is home to both a stellar branch of Independence Bank and one of Kentucky’s finest second level defensive stalwarts in all of the ’24 graduating class. This week we feature Hancock County’s Aiden Weatherholt. Enjoy this look at a young player about whom you should hear tons going forward. Join us again a week from today as we highlight another fine talent from an area where Independence Bank flourishes. Get on by our Hawesville branch where you will find we routinely provide the people, products, and services which have started a revolution in the financial service’s sector clear across the Bluegrass. HB
For this week’s award we head back to the Derby City where some mighty fine football is played and exceptional banking is daily rendered. This week we honor the QB/ATH who finds countless ways to contribute to the success of his squad, C/O ’23’s Tristen Hawkins. Enjoy this feature and join us again next week! HB.
This week’s ‘Revolutionary Player’ may among Kentucky’s most highly decorated and recruited player in the ’24 class at the RB slot. If not the highest, he is certainly among them. He had a tremendous night against the Eagles of Graves County though, regrettably for his teammates and him, in a losing cause. Join us again a week from today and we will do all this once more. HB.
This week’s “Revolutionary Player of the Week” is St. Xavier’s Micah Carter. The 6-5, 250-pounder is one of Kentucky’s very best at his position in either the ’23 class or any other. He already has an impressive list of offers and won the Defensive MVP of the EKU Big Man Challenge this past Saturday. Congratulations to Carter and join us again a week from today when we award this to another fine recipient. HB.
This week’s Revolutionary Player is Jack Duncan from Hancock County. This kid went about his business in ’20 and turned himself into the premier MLB in 2A football on his end of the commonwealth. Will he have a big ’21. Will he ever! Enjoy the feature and join us a week from today when we award this distinction to another worthy recipient. HB.