We remember when the name East Robertson struck fear into the hearts of teams tasked with playing them. They are quite back to that level but with players like Taylor Groves and today’s recipient, Bryce Brown, it isn’t hard to forecast them getting back to that level of play. While East is done for 2019, the Indians appear to have plenty of talent returning to make a run at being darn good in 2020. Join us again next week as we anoint another worry recipient. HB.
Remember when the Patriots of White House Heritage were the “laughing stock” of Region 5-4A? Well, those days appear long gone as the Patriots are in the playoffs for the first time since 2015 and traveling to Lexington, Tennessee for a first round game in which they have an excellent chance of advancing. Should they advance, they would get Springfield in the second round for a rematch of a game which Springfield won 42-41 earlier this season. QB Will Wilson has been a key cog to his team’s success. For this reason, we are making him the Stewart Williams Furniture Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week. Join us again next week as we anoint another worry recipient. HB.
Obviously, with the team coming off a 43-0 loss to Springfield High School, standing at 2-7 through its first 9 with traditional power, White House High School visiting tonight looking to make the Bobcats 208, the team has seen better days from a standpoint of on-field success. That aside, the Bobcats have some young players both playing well now and whose play should only get better as these young-ones mature. One of the bright spots has been the play of T-NG Paxton Maness. Maness is a Class of 2022 kids who looks ready to take off. Enjoy this week’s story about the Stewart Williams Robertson County Player of the Week!
If you don’t know what kind of football program they have going at Springfield High School, then you don’t know enough about high school football to read this magazine. Well, the mighty Yellow-Jackets will get it on tonight against its most hated, Cross-County rival, Greenbrier. Nate Kendrick is a guy who could figure prominently into the outcome on both the defensive and offensive sides of the football. He’s a 6-0, 249 pound defensive lineman principally who has been getting used as a lead blocker from out of the backfield with more frequency as the season as worn along. Enjoy this article about this week’s Robertson County Player of the Week and join us next week as we award another recipient.
Here is a guy on a team which is struggling but that doesn’t mean he is. Matthew Henegar is a 6-2, 290-pound C/DT whose future is probably along the offensive line if he elects to play at the next level. Good offensive centers are hard to find and in demand in a big way. Enjoy this article about this week’s Robertson County Player of the Week and join us next week as we award another recipient.
This week’s Stewart Williams Company Robertson County Player of the Week is Wyatt Pearson from East Robertson Middle School. Pearsons has just been selected the MCC, Small School Division’s Middle School Lineman of the Year. His play regularly exceeds any and all reasonable expectations, week after week. Enjoy this look at a middle school lineman winning hardware now and sure to star at the next level too. Join us again next week as we look to recognize another of Robertson County’s worthy players.
This week’s Stewart Williams Company Robertson County Player of the Week is Tres Haley from Springfield High School. Haley is a 2021 lineman who is a two-way guy but more known for being a road-grading interior OL at LG. His play regularly exceeds any and all reasonable expectations, week after week. Enjoy this look at a guy who flies under the radar but is getting the job done regardless. Join us again next week as we look to recognize another of Robertson County’s worthy players.
This Stewart Williams Company Robertson County Player of the Week is Parker Deaton and this isn’t his first time to win the award. Deaton is a 2020 running back who is absolutely on fire this season, through two games. He plays at White-House Heritage and the Patriots have already exceeded 2018’s win total for the season. Enjoy this look at a guy who may be small in stature but his on-field performance is anything but small. Join us again next week as we look to recognize another of Robertson County’s worthy players.
This Stewart Williams Company Robertson County Player of the Week is Austyn Day, a 2021 player at Springfield High School who gets to be the most popular player on this or any team. However, he is one step away from being on the field full-time and the junior has gotten plenty of prep-time in SHS’s scrimmages. Enjoy this look at Springfield’s second string QB and join us next week as we look to recognize another Robertson County worthy player.
Both KPGFootball and the Stewart Williams Furniture Company want to make the dreams and aspirations of the young athletes in and around Robertson County come true. After all, Robertson County has supported Stewart Williams all these years. That is why, when the opportunity presented to partner with KPGFootball to promote area, young football players, or even […]