We last wrote about this particular dual-threat, multi-phase, multi-sport star in June of 2023. In fact he was our Independence Bank Revolutionary Player that week. It isn’t every day someone wins this twice. Anyway, he had the senior season we forecast. Enjoy this feature and don’t forget to celebrate with us the services, people, and financial products which have caused a revolution in Kentucky’s banking industry. Friday Night Fletch
Coby Dant is a perfect example of the type player Independence Bank seeks to publicize. He is an under the radar guy who eschews glory or fame in order to go out, night in and night out, and just do the job. Enjoy this feature and don’t forget to celebrate with us the services, people, and financial products which have caused a revolution in Kentucky’s banking industry. Friday Night Fletch
James Posey is one of the better linemen playing football around western Kentucky this season. Against McLean he was a one man wrecking crew both offensively and defensively. Enjoy this feature about a heart-breaking loss but a sign better days are ahead. FL.
We usually dedicate these articles to branches. Today, we dedicate this article to the President of the McLean
County branch of Independence Bank. We talk about our people, products, and services being superior and they are. We thought today we would focus on a person. Congratulations Derek Miller and enjoy the feature and celebrate with us the Revolutionary service, people, and financial products which have caused a revolution in Kentucky’s banking industry. FL.
Here is another must-win type game and this one is a Thursday night contest in Morton’s Gap. The computer says McLean is a 9-point favorite. That isn’t what we say. Enjoy the feature. FL.
We have featured quite a few McLean County Cougars through the years. There is a reason for this…they are A’s second-district. The Cougars had an uncharacteristic 4-6 year in ’21 and missed the playoffs for the first time in a while. Guys like this week’s feature will insure that will not turn into a trend. Enjoy this look at one of the area’s top two-way players and get on by our Livermore branch and discover why our people, products, and services have started a revolution in the financial service’s sector clear across the Bluegrass. HB.
This week’s recipient, Zach Clayton, and his cohorts at McLean County High School had a bad night against Owensboro Catholic. Lots of Western Kentucky, Class 2A football teams can make the same claim. However, this Clayton guy has been playing really well all season as have a few of his teammates. Enjoy this look at another player who provides excellent value to the team’s bottom line. Sort of sounds like Independence Bank now doesn’t it? HB.
On the eve of opening the season, we decided to go back and award a former recipient of this same award. Andrew Munster was first awarded the Revolutionary Player of the Week by Independence Bank on January 26, 2019. With his recent selection to the “Herald-Leader Hundred” we thought now would be a good time to give the distinction to him a second time. Join us next week as we award this to another worthy recipient. HB.
McLean County High School had an incredible run in 2019. First, they got past Owensboro Catholic to win the district and they got to play State Champion Somerset in the Regional Championship Game. One of the guys on whom they most had to rely will be back in 2020. This week’s Independence Bank Revolutionary Player of the Week is McLean County’s Connor Baldwin. Join us next week as we award this to another worthy recipient. HB.
Zach Wagner runs one of the very high achieving football programs in Kentucky’s Class 2A, particularly on the western end of Kentucky. The Cougars run the Wing-T with a precision which makes its gaining ground on opponents a “given.” The turn-around this year, from 0-3 to the Regional Championship game, was particularly masterful. Read this piece about one of the reasons for the improved play as the season progressed. HB.