Kroger Hometown Pickup Tour Stop No. 4: Manual's Jawaun Northington

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We’re excited to tell you about something new from our friends at Kroger. Did you know Kroger is America’s largest grocery chain that started over 135 years ago? They are doing something they’ve never done before: bringing fresh groceries right to you with a new service called Hometown Pickup. That’s right, for those of you in Cynthiana, Midway, Eminence, Bedford, McKee, Dry Ridge, Carlisle, Eubank, Georgetown, Mt. Vernon, Jackson, Frenchburg, Irvine, Mt. Olivet, and Paris, Kentucky you can now order all your groceries online and pick them up at a central location in your hometown. No more long drives into the city to get fresh food for you and your family. Now THAT is truly Fresh for Everyone. Thanks, Kroger. Learn more and place your first order at Kroger.com/hometown Special thanks to Kroger who has joined us in a special partnership for a hometown recruiting tour of our own. Follow along for exclusive content as we talk with some of the state's top local prospects. Thanks again to our friends at Kroger!
The Kroger Hometown Pickup Tour has inserted itself into the state of Kentucky's oldest rivalry. The Old Rivalry between Manual and Male began in 1893. COVID-19 interrupted Louisville's season-ending clash for the first time in more than 100 years. When the series resumes, one star for the Crimson is ready for revenge. In 2019 Jawaun Northington rushed for 185 yards and two touchdowns against the Bulldogs, but the Crimson came up one point short against the defending 6A state champs. After helping Manual end Male's season on the hardwood, one of the state's top running backs is seeking out a rivalry victory on the gridiron. A 6-foot, 195-pound athlete, COVID-19 slowed down the recruitment of the bruising runner until this summer. While camping at Kentucky he picked up a scholarship offer, his sixth so far, joining the ranks of Cincinnati, Indiana, Boston College, Ball State and Purdue. Northington, a cousin of Kentucky's SEC color barrier-breaking pioneer, talked about his recruitment, senior year goals and much more in the latest installment of the Kroger Hometown Pickup Tour. https://youtu.be/6ueFFAPWOFU
If you've missed our previous episodes, you can check those out below. Kiyaunta Goodwin Jackson Smith Dane Key

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2021-09-24