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dave mosbey

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  1. PAC Conference 2017-2018

    A couple different people told me Carter Meunier is recovering from a injury if true I wouldn't be surprised to see Sisley as the starter and Carter his backup when the season opens. Sisley along with a couple of his AAU teammates had a visit to Purdue last week.
  2. PAC Conference 2017-2018

    This is for anything and everything PAC. Last season when I started this thread almost everyone had Pike Central as heavy favorite for the title but the Chargers ended up going 4-4 and finished 6th in the PAC standings but they rebounded by winning a 3A sectional. Last seasons standings 1st Gibson Southern and North Posey both 6-2 3rd Forest Park, Heritage Hills, & Tell City all 5-3 6th Pike Central 4-4 7th South Spencer 3-5 8th Southridge 2-6 9th Tecumseh 0-8 returning All-Conference and Honorable Mention PAC selections. All-Conference Braeden Beard Tell City Sam Englert Forest Park Josieh Ricketts North Posey Wes Obermeier Gibson Southern Murray Becher Heritage Hills Bryant Nalley Pike Central Jacob Sanford North Posey Jaden Hayes Southridge Dylan Kelly South Spencer Honorable Mention Daniel Lusk Forest Park Steven Molinet Tecumseh Trever Zink Forest Park Alec Martin Gibson Southern Key Losses to graduation All-conference PAC Matt Embry South spencer Dalton Selvidge Heritage Hills Gabe Elliot Pike Central Honorable mention Chandler McKee Gibson Southern Colton White Pike Central
  3. Who do you Scrimmage ??

    Who do you scrimmage ?? Heritage Hills has their official scrimmage on Saturday November 18th at Wood Memorial a week before opening the season at North Harrison. I'm guessing HH will have their Blue White scrimmage again the Saturday before the scrimmage at Wood Memorial.
  4. Patriots have committed 19 turnovers this season 10 interceptions and 9 lost fumbles and have only one turnover free game so far this season. If they want to compete with a very good Tiger football team they need to do a much better job taking care of the football. Haven't seen much Wishbone this season will it continue Friday with the Patriots running mostly spread and I formation or will the Patriots return to their roots and bring back the bone. Personally I would like to see the I scrapped and run mainly spread and Bone but I'm just a fan. This is the 17th time Heritage Hills and Evansville Memorial have met on the Gridiron and the Tigers lead the series 10-6. The two schools have never played in the regular season,14 times they faced each other in sectionals and 2 times in regional. Memorial comes in with a record of 8-1 and the Tigers were the co-champions of the SIAC and the Patriots come in 5-4 and finished 4th in the PAC. 1985 Memorial 20 Heritage Hills 14 1987 Memorial 43 Heritage Hills 28 1988 Memorial 20 Heritage Hills 19 1991 Memorial 50 Heritage Hills 6 1992 Memorial 41 Heritage Hills 14 1993 Memorial 16 Heritage Hills 13 1996 Heritage Hills 61 Memorial 21 1997 Heritage Hills 28 Memorial 14 1998 Memorial 35 Heritage Hills 28 1999 Heritage Hills 57 Memorial 7 2000 Heritage Hills 47 Memorial 7 2002 Heritage Hills 14 Memorial 12 2003 Heritage Hills 37 Memorial 12 2008 Memorial 6 Heritage Hills 3 2009 Memorial 28 Heritage Hills 20 2013 Memorial 34 Heritage Hills 14
  5. Final Memorial 41 Heritage Hills 21. Patriots scored on a halfback option from Jones to Keller and the other 2 TDs came in the 4th once the Tiger starters were on the bench. Congrats to the Tigers and good luck rest of the season.
  6. Sectional 32

    I wonder if this sectional has ever had 3 conference champions in it before this season with Lincoln and Gibson Southern with outright titles and Memorial with a co--championship ?
  7. They have been using Sigler for some wildcat formations the last few games basically playing 2 quarterbacks. This team has changed substantially since we played you guys as the talented sophomores keep getting more playing time. Regardless of what happens in this game going against a team like memorial will be great experience for the young Patriots. Just read that article but haven't heard anything guessing he's still healthy and will start at LB just making a change. It can't hurt making a change Jones does have something like 13 of our 20 turnovers ( 10 interceptions and around 3 lost fumbles) But its not all on him we have had receivers run the wrong route at times and line needs to do a better job pass protecting but he has underthrew several passes which caused INTs.
  8. 20 turnovers in 9 games has to be close to a school record , One thing this should be around the 4th game we have played since we moved two more sophomores into the starting lineup in the secondary hopefully we can show improvement there. Turnovers and leaving receivers wide open have been major issues in 2017. I'm hoping for a return to the bone taking some of the pressure off of Jones.
  9. If we commit turnovers the way we have the past 6 games it very well could be ugly early but if we avoid the turnovers it could be a good game .
  10. Heritage Hills JV 44 South Spencer 0. Patriots led 30-0 after one quarter and 36-0 at halftime. Game went to a running clock with about 4 minutes left in the 2nd quarter. Patriot freshman scored the final TD in the 3rd quarter. Rebels had a bunch of turnovers and most Patriot scoring drives started deep in Rebel territory. South Spencer only had 12 players dress so the starters had to pretty much play the whole game. Heritage Hills JV finishes season 5-1-1
  11. This is the 47th meeting between Heritage Hills and South Spencer and the Patriots lead the series 34-12. This season South Spencer is averaging 17.5 ppg and giving up 37.0 ppg while the Patriots are averaging 28.4 ppg and giving up 21.1 ppg. The 12 wins that South Spencer has over Heritage Hills is 2nd to Southridge for the most wins of any opponent against the Patriots. The Rebels are one of 3 teams that was on the Patriot football schedule in their inaugural season in 1972 that the Patriots have played at least once every season since. Since 2004 the winner of this game received the AEP Power Bowl trophy the Patriots have won the trophy 11 times and the Rebels twice. Both the Patriots and Rebels come in with a 3-3 conference record so the winner will finish 4th in the conference and loser will fall to 5th. The Patriots need a win to clinch at least a .500 season.in the 46 seasons of Heritage Hills football the Patriots have had 38 winning seasons, Three .500 seasons and 5 losing seasons. The Rebels won 5 of the 1st 7 meetings in the series, the Patriots would win 4 of the next 5 to tie the series up 6-6 and the Rebels would regain the series lead 7-6 with a overtime win in 1984 and the series would remain tightly contested through the first 21 meetings, After a Rebel win in 1991 the Patriots led the series by a slim 11-10 margin after that loss in 91 the Patriots would win the next 19 meetings before the Rebels ended the streak with a 14-0 win in 2011. 1972 HH 21 South spencer 20 1973 South Spencer 41 HH 3 1974 South Spencer 9 HH 7 1975 South Spencer 35 HH 7 1976 South Spencer 35 HH 2 1977 HH 19 South Spencer 7 1978 South Spencer 21 HH 14 1979 HH 14 South Spencer 2 1980 HH 48 South Spencer 0 1981 South Spencer 19 HH 13 1982 HH 27 South Spencer 0 1983 HH 28 South Spencer 6 1984 South Spencer 25 HH 19(OT) 1985 HH 31 South Spencer 14 1986 HH 26 South Spencer 13 1987 HH 20 South Spencer 7 1988 HH 20 South Spencer 17 1989 South Spencer 35 HH 7 1990 South Spencer 28 HH 0 1990 sectional HH 14 South Spencer 6 1991 South Spencer 14 HH 13 1992 HH 23 South Spencer 12 1993 HH 25 South Spencer 12 1994 HH 21 South Spencer 7 1995 HH 35 South Spencer 14 1996 HH 26 South Spencer 0 1997 HH 55 South Spencer 7 1998 HH 28 South Spencer 7 1999 HH 28 South Spencer 7 2000 HH 14 South Spencer 6 2001 HH 31 South Spencer 7 2002 Heritage Hills 41 South Spencer 7 2003 Heritage Hills 28 South Spencer 3 2004 Heritage Hills 42 South Spencer 14 2005 Heritage Hills 44 South Spencer 0 2006 Heritage Hills 28 South Spencer 8 2007 Heritage Hills 31 South Spencer 7 2008 Heritage Hills 23 South Spencer 0 2009 Heritage Hills 13 South Spencer 7 ( 1 OT ) 2010 Heritage Hills 28 South Spencer 14 2011 South Spencer 14 Heritage Hills 0 2012 Heritage Hills 45 South Spencer 8 2013 South Spencer 17 Heritage Hills 14 2014 H Hills 19 South Spencer 10 2015 Heritage Hills 41 South Spencer 13 2016 Heritage Hills 28 South Spencer 7
  12. We never have great numbers in the Senior class typically 10-15 or so but this is smaller then normal. Last season had 13 Juniors and started this season with 9 one of those quit because of lack of play time another started in secondary but after getting suspended didn't return leaving us with 7. 3 lineman, 1 RB/ LB, 1 DB/ WR and another RB that rarely plays defense. The 7th Senior rarely plays.
  13. We should be one of the top contenders in 2018 and 2019 but honestly after this season my confidence for the next two seasons has slipped a bit. But our current Sophomore and Junior classes are the only HH classes since 2009 to beat Gibson Southern at the lower levels the sophs lost to the Titans in 7th grade and beat them in 8th and freshman and Juniors won in 7th and lost in 8th and freshman. Personally I don't put much stock in lower level results and we have lost some talent from both those classes but potential is there. Our new strength coach is in his first year at HH so hopefully that will help and we should be the most experienced team in the conference next season unless we have more players quit. This season has been disappointing but in 2013 we had the worst record in school history and the following season was back in Semi state so don't count us out just yet . All great programs eventually have a down season and in some cases down seasons and we have been down by our standards in recent years but a 39-24 record with 1 PAC title, 1 sectional title and 1 regional title isn't exactly bad its just down from the run Clayton had . What the Titans have accomplished since 2012 is great you have all the tools in place for sustained success and everyone involved should be proud of what you have accomplished . Anyway we still have at least one more game to play in 2017 and I just want to see them cut down on the mental mistakes and play well for 4 quarters.
  14. In the 32 years of the All-in format their have only been 3 times that neither HH or Memorial made the championship game of this sectional 1990, 2013 & 2015. http://hhqbclub.com/history/sectional24.html Year Score Champion Runner-up 1985 48-0 Evansville Memorial Gibson Southern 1986 24-15 Princton Heritage Hills 1987 21-0 Evansville Memorial Charlestown 1988 20-19 Evansville Memorial Heritage hills 1989 32-22 Charlestown Evansville Memorial 1990 14-13 Tell City Jasper 1991 50-6 Evansville Memorial Heritage Hills 1992 47-7 Evansville Memorial Princton 1993 16-13 Evansville Memorial Heritage Hills 1994 40-7 Jasper Heritage Hills 1995 21-17 Jasper Heritage Hills 1996 61-21 Heritage Hills Evansville Memorial 1997 28-14 Heritage Hills Evansville Memorial 1998 55-34 Evansville Memorial Gibson Southern 1999 6-3 Mount Vernon Heritage Hills 2000 47-7 Heritage Hills Evansville Memorial 2001 48-14 Heritage Hills Evansville Bosse 2002 63-0 Heritage Hills Evansville Bosse 2003 37-12 Heritage Hills Evansville Memorial 2004 24-14 Heritage Hills Evansville Mater Dei 2005 29-6 Heritage Hills Evansville Mater Dei 2006 28-21 Evansville Mater Dei Evansville Memorial 2007 21-14 Mount Vernon Evansville Memorial 2008 37-15 Evansville Memorial Washington 2009 42-20 Evansville Memorial Washington 2010 21-14 Evansville Bosse Evansville Memorial 2011 49-28 Evansville Memorial Vincennes Lincoln 2012 27-24(OT)Gibson Southern Evansville Memorial 2013 39-35 Gibson Southern Evansville Bosse 2014 14-13 Heritage Hills Gibson Southern 2015 49-21 Gibson Southern Princeton 2016 63-35 Evansville Memorial Sullivan Note: Sectional 24 was re-numbered sectional 32 with the addition of the 6th class.
  15. I think you might be right I honestly cant remember I was just going by the stats on the NFHS site. Yep just looked again in the defense section its lists Ebert and Feldpaush each with a interception then in turnover section lists one turnover for SS and only one INT for Webb. Thanks Bcaster 3-2 is a little bit better.
  16. Heritage Hills wins 52-21 the last TD the rebels scored was on 3rd or 4th and 21 Webb found Taylor for the long TD but the Patriots did have subs in at that point against the Rebel starters. It was Senior night so I had no problem with those guys being in the game but was puzzled why they called a fake punt on their own 14-yard line with 1sr stringers going against opponents backups, Seemed pointless but that's just my opinion. Patriots lost the turnover battle again with a interception and 2 lost fumbles the interception was when Jones tried to find a wide open Sigler but underthrew the pass. The one turnover the Rebels had was a pick 6 by one of our young sophomore d-backs Feldpaush. The 52 points was the 2nd most points the Patriots have scored in the series the only time we scored more was 55 in 1997. Work in the morning so I'm out of here for the night.
  17. Post PAC middle school scores and records here.
  18. PAC Middle school scores 2017

    Gibson Southern 8th 42 Heritage Hills 0, Patriot 8th finishes season 4-4.
  19. PAC Middle school scores 2017

    Heritage Hills 7th grade 14 Gibson Southern 0, 7th finishes season 6-2. Guessing Heritage Hills, Tell City and Gibson Southern all 3 finished with one loss in conference.
  20. Its a county rival game and the Rebels will be up big time for this game and in the history of the series HH has only scored more then 45 points twice 1997 and the 1980 10-0 team . South Spencer is better then the 4 teams we have beaten so far this season and HH needs to play well or we could be in trouble. Sure we have looked good in the 4 wins but they have came against teams with a combined record of 7-27 but still need to prove we can play well against a good or even average team in the wins we have scored 176 points and given up 32 points and the turnover margin is 4-10 for a +6 in the losses we have scored 51 points and given up 137 points and the turnover margin is 13-2 for a -11. Those numbers are even worse if you look at the 3 toughest games on our schedule Southridge, Jasper and Gibson Southern in those came we committed 12 turnovers to our opponents 1 for a -11 turnover margin and were outscored 100-28 , You will have a hard time beating anyone with 4 turnovers in a game let alone doing it against teams of that quality and we did it 3 times., Forest Park Friday was the first time all season we played turnover free ball and hopefully we can repeat that on Friday.
  21. Cole Sigler and Cade Jones both played qb at times last night. Last year's starter Carter has mostly played defense this season.
  22. PAC 2017

    Standings 1st 6-0 Gibson Southern & Southridge 3rd 4-2 North Posey 4th 3-3 Heritage Hills & South Spencer 6th 1-5 Tell City & Pike Central 7th 0-6 Forest Park Gibson Southern Southridge is the game of the week because winner wins conference outright and loser takes 2nd. North Posey takes 3rd barring a major upset at Pike Central. Winner of HH-SS takes 4th loser takes 5th. Pike Central can take 6th by themselves with a upset over Posey but with a loss they would share 6th . Forest Park needs a win over Tell City to move into a tie for 6th, A loss and Rangers finish 8th.
  23. Big 8

    Not sure if anyone posted this yet but Mount Vernon forfeited their win over Mount Carmel according to 14 news. http://www.14news.com/story/36524738/mt-vernon-forced-to-forfeit-bringing-up-mt-carmel-stats
  24. PAC Middle school scores 2017

    Heritage Hills 8th grade 14 Tell City 12 record now 4-3.
  25. PAC 2017

    Heritage Hills freshman won their 1st game of the season 30-0 over Princeton.