Eight players to watch during CHHS-PCH

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, August 8, 2000

Sports Editor

Four individuals from both Charles Henderson and Pike County should have a major say in what happens during the game tonight.

For CHHS they include:

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Kevin Stephens, QB-Stephens will have to take a major step forward tonight and prove he his the player to lead the Trojans to the playoffs. The senior possesses a lot of quickness, but behind center he will draw a lot of attention from the speedy PCH defense.

Von Ewing, OL-Ewing will be taller and bigger then most players on the field tonight. His presence should at least force the Bulldog defense to change things up a bit.

Trevon Hemphill, WR-Hemphill came out of spring training looking the part of a wide receiver. He’s tall (6-foot-4) and has great hands and leaping ability. Stephens will look to this fellow senior plenty of times tonight.

Lawrence Mosely, LB-Mosely will be playing in his first CHHS-PCH game since he was a sophomore. After spending last season in Goshen, where he led the Eagles with 73 tackles, Mosely will be itching to take the field tonight. A very hard hitter and a tough competitor.

Bulldog players to look for include:

Sam Diggs, LB-Diggs was involved in numerous big plays for the Bulldogs last season. With Diggs on the field the Trojans’ offense will take notice.

Marquez Foster, QB-Foster will direct Pike County’s I-formation attack and has a year of experience under his belt. His main problem will be dealing with the Trojans’ experienced secondary should he put it in the air.

Jeremy Lampley, OL-Lampley is a load on the offensive side of the ball and difficult to tangle with one-on-one. Lampley will lead the way for the ‘Dawgs rushing game.

Tyrone Boyd, TB-Boyd returns to Pike County after playing two years at Smiths Station High School so he’s used to playing 5A opponents. Boyd’s speed compliments the Bulldogs’ returning tailback, bruiser Durane Flowers.