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Which is the best 'P' school?  

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  1. 1. Which is the best 'P' school?

    • Paducah Tilghman
    • Paintsville
    • Paris
    • Paul Dunbar
    • Pendleton County
    • Perry County Central
    • Phelps
    • Pike County Central
    • Pikeville
    • Pleasure Ridge Park
    • Pineville
    • Powell County
    • Prestonsburg
    • Pulaski County

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Of the choices above, pick which school that has the best overall football program. That includes all the following:


* All level of play - 9th 10th 11th 12th

* Fan Support

* Coaches

* Wins

* Titles

* Facilities

* Etc.


I mean include everything in your result, not just this years success or failure but all time. Which school is the best in football overall.


Past choices have been --


Ashland (82%)

Boyle County (33%) -- edged Beechwood (28%)

Covington Catholic (44%) -- Corbin had 36%

Danville (79%)

Elizabethtown (56%)

Franklin-Simpson (28%) -- Fort Knox was second with 22%

Glasgow (39.4%) -- George Rogers Clark was a close second with 36.8%

Highlands (76.5%)

Iroquois (100%) -- in a squeaker

Johnson Central (40.8%)

Knox Central (38.9%) -- edging Knott Central (37.2%) by a vote

Lexington Catholic (50%) -- Lloyd Memorial had 14%

Male (53%) -- Mayfield was second with 21%

Newport Central Catholic (79.6%)

Owensboro Catholic (52%)


So of the choices, which includes all the football playing schools in Kentucky that begin with the letter 'P', which one is best?

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I haven't seen some of these schools facilities, but what I have seen Pikeville has all the criteria: Fan Support, Coaches, Facilities, Wins and Titles.
:thumb: Pikeville is second to none, and their academics aren't either...
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Pikeville has been a benchmark in the single A division for a while, and I don't see them going anywhere anytime soon. Passionate fans, great facilities, and not to mention they have produced some great scholar athletes. Tilghman right there with them, but when it comes down to it I will go with Pikeville. Let's just hope no one gets "P'd" off during this thread.

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I think you have to go Pikeville but there are some really good P's!

Pburg has a great program that has been stable for a long time!

Paintsville has had some great teams for a long time.

Paul Dunbar has unreal facilities etc and have been in the final four a few times as of late.

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I've been to a couple of games at Tilghman and their stadium is nice. Enough seating for both sides and good lighting. Not the atmosphere you get at Pikeville but I had rather play at Tilghman's stadium than Pikeville's

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Pikevilles tradition is one of the richest of not just the "P" schools but one of the richest in the entire state. Our fans are great just ask any team weve played at their house how well we travel. Our facilities are awesome and getting even better as we speak. Coach J has brought this program into the 21st century.

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:banana: Come on Pikeville fans get on here and vote!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!





Just realize people have short memories. There's plenty of proof in these "letter" threads.


Also...Paducah is a much more populated area.



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I think it's very close between Tighlman and Pikeville.


Pikeville has more titles but they both have about the same number of appearances.


I think PT has produced more talent that went on to college and the NFL.


PT has some pretty good facilities concerning where they are located but I don't know much about Pikeville's.


Both programs have been good for many years.

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