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Trevor Hoskins named head football coach at Paintsville.

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Hoskins was a 4-year starter at Middlesboro High School. He moved to the quarterback position as a junior after spending the previous two years at (I think) wide receiver. As a senior, he threw for 2170 yards and 21 TDs, and rushed for another 719 yards and 2 TDs.  He spent his first two years of college at EKU, but ended up at UPike, starting for 3 years at quarterback. He set the school record for single game passing yardage at 607 yards against Georgetown in 2010, as well as setting the single season record for passing yardage at 2673 yards, also in 2010, and he also held career records for total passing yardage (7481) and touchdown passes (64) upon his graduation.

Hoskins spent two seasons as a graduate assistant at UPike before taking over as offensive coordinator at Middlesboro High School for the 2015 and 2016 football seasons. He left Middlesboro to work for a private sports training and fitness company in Knoxville, TN before returning to UPike in 2018 as their quarterbacks coach.



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