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Hopkinsville High School is located in the City of Hopkinsville, in the rolling hills of Western Kentucky. It is a 9th through 12th grade public high school serving the citizens of Christian County. The school has an enrollment of approximately 1,100 students and primarily services southern Christian County, Kentucky. Hopkinsville High School is part of the Christian County School District.

The football program at Hopkinsville has been playing football for over 100 years, with its first recorded season in 1905. The program has won two state championships, in 1965 and 1966, under legendary coach Flemming Thorton. Hopkinsville has played for the state title on three other occasions and has numerous regional and district championships. Hopkinsville has also produced a long list of outstanding players who have excelled in college and the NFL. Most recently, Hopkinsville's Curtis Pulley was named Mr. Kentucky Football for 2004.

Most importantly, many former players have gone on to be some of the most valuable members of the Hopkinsville community. Hopkinsville football is rich in tradition and former players take great pride in the program.

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