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  1. http://dailyindependent.com/localsports/x62854280/Greenup-record-setter-Lyle-inks-with-Campbellsville http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=108661&id=1349243444&l=472ef2631e
  2. Corey Lyle has verbally committed to be a Campbellsville University Tiger! Very proud of the boys choice.GCHS will be having a LOI signing ceremony for Corey in the near future.
  3. I agree, you have to have a little of both, marketing and promotion from the outlets for such and you have to market and promote yourself, as it is in life in order to reach ones goals.
  4. Most of the issues are of a personal nature and not to be aired out on a forum but I can tell you this he was not forced out, it was a family decision. Coach copley has several opportunities a little west from greenup county. Coach copley didn't make his decision until very recently to resign from his coaching position one of the main reasons he did was to give the program a chance to put someone in place so the kids would know what direction the program was going. I wish Coach Copley the best and I know Coach mullins will do the best he can with what he has to work with both from the community and the administration. The boosters are very supportive and Coach mullins will have a lot of support from that aspect of the program. GCHS and the football program have been good to and for my son and that's what its all about, the kids...
  5. Finalist for Fern Creek job. Good luck to Coach Copley he brougjt excitement back to the GCHS program. Mullins was named interim head coach and in my opinion will be interviewed and be named head coach and deserves the opportunity.
  6. yes, several D2 and NAIA schools, some of the top programs in the country...
  7. Thank you VoR for this post. I don't want to take away from any of these outstanding athletes that made AP allstate but it is really tough for a young man from Greenup County to get some props, I am just very proud he set his personal goal to be the #1 rusher in the state during regular season and he reached that goal, I took the KHSAA quarterly at the first of the year for 2009 regular season rushing title, showed him it, stated if you want to be the best, you have to beat the best, I went in his room the next day and he had #1 from 2009 circled and posted on his wall, he reached that goal for 2010 - http://www.khsaa.org/football/2010/stats.htm and in 4A as well - http://www.khsaa.org/football/2010/stats4.htm nobody was even close , our team didn't reach our goals for the season and maybe that's what hurt his selection status but I have always been told #s dont lie and I am very proud of his season, his work ethic and his desire to reach that goal and reach it for the entire state of Kentucky, it just seems if you are the official rushing title winner for the state of Kentucky you should get some type of recognition for that achievement, maybe I am wrong and my bias is probably playing a major hand on this one due to me being his father, cause I have been involved in this game for 40 years - playing, coaching and refn, know it very well, just a lil disappointed for my son that he didn't even get a smell in the AP... but it is what it is and that's all it is, so be it... Still very proud of his achievements...
  8. It is what it is and that's all it is... So be it...
  9. Very true, I am just a proud Dad that wants the best for his son, if I don't stand up for him, who will? He will play at the next level, get a degree and coach some future bluegrass preps...
  10. No he didn't he had 16 yards under Lyle during regular season, believe me we were keeping close tabs, so was the Daily Independent in Ashland Kentucky. Jude most definitely deserves the recognition for his performance during the post season, he is one heck of an athlete, but Lyle was the state's leading rusher during regular season, officially and un-officially - Official state results after 10 game - http://www.khsaa.org/football/2010/stats.htm and Jude's stats were 16 yards under that which were not made official until post season and were posted to the last Daily Indenpendent posting of all backs in Northeastern Kentucky for regular season and Lyle was ahead of him by 16 yards, just saying my son should have been recognized a little higher on the allstate list, just tough for a Greenup County kid to even be considered, call it sour grapes if you want, the numbers don't lie, Jude should most definitely be allstate but Lyle should be recognized higher than honorable mention.
  11. I am proud of my son for making honorable mention but thought he deserved more due to during the regular season, he led all rushers in all categories, Corey Lyle for Greenup County. http://www.khsaa.org/football/2010/stats.htm
  12. Made the playoffs, Played for Greenup County, played a good schedule, he probably didn't get nominated by his coach.... He made state honorable mention Courier Journal for RB's, just disheartening when a player leads the state at his position in every category, playing the players that end up getting 1st team (Darrell Cross), tougher schedule and better numbers, really unreal, I guess its all about marketing... I am darn proud of him for leading the state during the regular season.
  13. State's leading rusher during the regular season's not on this list - , that is unreal, even though he is my son, that is a complete farce. Unreal........ http://www.khsaa.org/football/2010/stats.htm Nothing right about it...
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