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BluegrassPreps.com/Kentucky News Network Player of the week!


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BluegrassPreps.com and the Kentucky News Network are once again working together to promote high school football in Kentucky.

 

We are currently taking nominations for the BGP/KNN player of the week! The player of the week can be from any team and is based on game performance from this weekend.

 

Please submit your nomination in this thread and provide as much background/stats/information as possible from their game this week.

 

The winner will be announced on "The Saturday Morning High School Scoreboard Show" Hosted by Al Mayo. The show can be heard on all of these great stations:

 

WLSI-Pikeville

WHOP-Hopkinsville

WAIN-Columbia

WRVK-Mt. Vernon/Renfro Valley

WAJV-Princeton

WTTL-Madisonville

WOKT-Ashland

WJRS-Jamestown/Russell Springs

WFKN-Franklin

WBRT-Bardstown

WIEL-Elizabethtown

WCND-Frankfort

WKYW-Frankfort

WKED-Frankfort

WFKY-Frankfort

WKXO-Berea

WMST-Mt. Sterling

WEKY-Richmond

WIRV-Irvington

WSFE-Somerset

WSFC-Somerset

WLOC-Horse Cave

WEKT-Elkton

WCBL-Benton

WCYN-Cynthiana

WRLV-Salyersville

WPRT-Prestonsburg

 

 

Also, from host Al Mayo:

 

Sorry I'm a bit tardy getting back to you guys but, I'm here now.

 

First of all, this award applies only to VARSITY players.

 

Whenever you place a name for nomination, I need the following to be listed.

 

Player name, position, class (Soph, jr, sr. etc).

 

Stats for the week's performance. Carries, yards gained pass att/comp...tackles etc.

 

Please do not estimate stats. Just telling me a player may have run for 150 yards, won't make the cut.

 

Ideally a listing would look like this---

 

"Bob Smith a 5'1" Tailback from Smithville High School gained 100 yards on 10 carries. He also caught 4 passes for 30 yards in a 14-0 win over Jones High School"

 

OR

 

Bob Smith, a 5'1" QB from Smithville High School completed 15 of 20 passes for 100 yards, and 1 TD as the Smiths beat Jonesville 14-0.

 

Otherwise, post as many players as you like if you think they merit a mention. ALL Players listed will be used on the show as nominees, so their stats and performace will be included. A Ploayer Of The Week will be chosen from the weekly nominees.

 

Thanks in advance for the help, and have a GREAT season!

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Al Mayo

KNN High School Scoreboard Show

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Pulaski County quarterback Chris Muse threw for 319 yards and two touchdowns (18/24 passing) and ran for 186 yards on 18 carries and a touchdown. Pulaski beat North Laurel 32-8.

 

Frankfort's E.J. Fields rushed 11 times for 186 yards and a score and threw for 98 yards and a touchdown against Casey County

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Charlie Banks 6'3" 185lb QB of Letcher Central had another good week. Was 16-25 for 212 yards passing. he also rushed 9 times for 117. He had three ruching TD's and two passing TD's as Letcher goes to 5-1 in only their 3rd season on the gridiron. One of the few qb's that plays on both sides of the ball. He plays def.back as well.

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HOW ABOUT SOME LINEMEN LOVE ? I wish there were some quantifiable numbers for offensive linemen... but Highlands 3 yr. starter Sr. Alex Hempfling continues to blow massive holes open the HHS RB's. I guess their #'s prove his value.

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HOW ABOUT SOME LINEMEN LOVE ? I wish there were some quantifiable numbers for offensive linemen... but Highlands 3 yr. starter Sr. Alex Hempfling continues to blow massive holes open the HHS RB's. I guess their #'s prove his value.

 

That's a good post, I second this guy's nomination.

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I'm trying to figure out a way to recognize O lines or individual linemen, but I want to be fair. I wish we had a reliable stat to judge them on. I'm open to any, and all suggestions!

 

My only though would eb to figure out the way that NCAA teams grade out their lineman (Sacks allowed, pancake blocks, etc) but tho0se stats are rarely kept on the HS level

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