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Kentucky High School Football Players Impact AF2 Horsemen

By: Gary Ball
By: Gary Ball

The Kentucky Horsemen registered the biggest upset in AF2 football recently. The Horsemen knocked off #2 Wilkes Barre Scranton at Rupp Arena 63-56. The upset was significant due in part to the excellent play of former Kentucky high school football players.

The Kentucky Horsemen registered the biggest upset in AF2 football recently. The Horsemen knocked off #2 Wilkes Barre Scranton at Rupp Arena 63-56. The upset was significant due in part to the excellent play of former Kentucky high school football players.

Former 2000 Mr. Football at Highlands, and recent New York Giants player, Jared Lorenzen now quarterbacks for the Horsemen. Lorenzen threw three touchdowns and ran for four more in the big win at Rupp. The Horsemen have several other Kentucky players who made significant contributions also. Bryan Station standout J.T. Haskins is the biggest hitter for the team, and recorded ten tackles against AF2 power Tulsa. Kick return man William Mulder from Woodford County, consistently puts the Horsemen in great field position. Mason County star Harry Lewis has been one of the top wide receivers for several seasons. Warren Central big man Lonnell Dewalt is the teams’ leading receiver after three games. Center Brandon Lee is also a Kentucky high school standout having played part of his high school career at Lloyd Memorial in Erlanger, and Shawn Dedden represented Scott County during his prep career.

Several members of the Horsmen coaching staff also coach Kentucky High School Football, but that is a story for another time. Kentucky high school football continues to permeate through the professional ranks of AF2.
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