Both Kavarius Moody and Justin Bair grew up playing football for me when I was on the coaching staff in the Packers organization in Clarksville, Tennessee. It is gratifying to see both of them starring for Kenwood High School and both appear poised to factor largely into the game with Hopkinsville tonight. This kid, like Moody, is a winner and a player who makes teams for which he plays better. Can’t complement any young player anymore than that. Enjoy the article.
Red Barnes has been a favorite of ours since he transferred to HHS from Wonder Junior High in West Memphis, Arkansas to play his sophomore season. He is one of the best defensive linemen in the Class of 2020 and one of its leading citizens too. This is a kid who we believe is a college football player (no doubt) but isn’t likely to be positioned in college where the Tigers have deployed him. The fact he has thrived along an even defensive front, though undersized, buttresses everything good about his ability we have consistently maintained. This kid is a winner and a player who makes teams for which he plays better teams. Can’t complement any young player anymore than that. Enjoy the article.
Looks as if Montgomery Central will be returning one of Montgomery County’s best football teams in 2019. Ashton Hembree will be among the reasons why we are willing to wager. Hembree has the tools to have a huge season in 2019 probably as a two-way player (DE,C). Enjoy this article brought to you by your friends and neighbors at Meeks and Meeks, Attorney’s in Clarksville, Tennessee. Remember if you have a problem, they have the solution.
We know, we know, Hopkinsville is in Christian County, Kentucky and not Montgomery County, Tennessee. However the two towns, just a few miles apart, have been growing toward each other for years and the way the two are developing as cities they are bound to merge before too long. Regardless, Hopkinsville and Clarksville residents have always considered the two cities the same metropolitan area and countless numbers of the one city’s residents live in the one and work in the other. Enjoy this feature on the hottest WR prospect currently in Kentucky anywhere outside of the mountains and Louisville, Reece Jesse, Jr. This is brought to you by your friends and neighbors, Meeks and Meeks Attorney’s in Clarksville, Tennessee where, if you have a problem, they have the solution.
Here is a Clarksville area prep player who has opted to play for a Nashville private school football power though he still resides in Clarksville, Tennessee. We have been extolling his virtues as a big-time QB prospect for years and everybody has been trying to make him a LB instead. Well going into his sophomore year it appears we knew about what we were talking this whole time. Enjoy this look at a player whose best football is ahead of him and we mean immediately ahead. Check back in with us next week as we recognize another, worthy, Montgomery County area player brought to you by your friends at the hometown, home-owned, Meeks & Meeks, Attorneys.
Here is another guy who doesn’t really appear anywhere on line or in the stat books. Yet, with his frame and other athletic attributes, it is an easy prognostication he will have a break out junior season for the Hawks in the upcoming Fall. Enjoy this look at a player whose best football is ahead of him and we mean immediately ahead. Check back in with us next week as we recognize another, worthy, Montgomery County area player brought to you by your friends at the hometown, home-owned, Meeks & Meeks, Attorneys.
Most of the players who get the publicity for the Clarksville Wildcats are offensive linemen. Who can blame the media for that? CHS may have the finest group of 2020 OL assembled on one team in Tennessee. Still, for CHS to have the success it wants and maybe should, the DL has to “show up” too. Today’s Player of the Week will be instrumental this Fall. If Clarksville can get consistent play out of Thornton commensurate with what they have seen from him in flashes…look out! Enjoy this look at our Meeks & Meeks Montgomery County Player of the Week and join us next week as we crown a new recipient.
This week, in honor of our native Tennesseans fighting for the honor and football reputation of the great state of Tennessee, we have elected to select the entire 6th, 7th, & 8th grade Team Tennessee Future Stars as our Meeks & Meeks, Attorneys, Montgomery County Area Players of the Week. Good luck against Kentucky and show the boys in blue the full measure of your skill and resolve. Welcome to Clarksville, and since no Clarksville natives were selected this year, accept this award as a conference of temporary Clarksville local status on each and every one of you. This is your town, and we stand behind you all the way! Join us next week as we select another area player from your locally owned, hometown, Meeks & Meeks Attorneys.
Kameron Williams is a fire-plug of an interior offensive lineman who can additionally play along the defensive front from NG to DT. Know what else he is? He is also our Meeks & Meeks Attorneys, Montgomery County Player of the Week. Coach Greer’s Knights will depend on linemen like Williams if he is to have the type success at Kenwood he was accustomed to celebrating when coordinating the Knoxville Catholic defense. Enjoy this article and join us next week when we anoint another Montgomery County Player of the Week brought to you by your friends at Meeks & Meeks Attorneys.
For NorthWest High School in Clarksville, Tennessee to reach its full potential it will need all hands on deck in 2019. One of the most important hands will be those of Kazmir Hansford who will be entering his senior season. Hansford has played RB/WR/ and even a little QB. One never knows exactly where he will show up in a Viking lineup, just that he better show up and show out. Join us next week as we crown a new recipient.