• Announcements

    • Coach Nowlin

      HEAD COACH OPENING 2018   10/24/2017

      CONFIRMED HEAD COACH CHANGES IN 2018 Lafayette Central Catholic;  Don Collier Brian Nay Hired Kankakee Valley:  Zack Prairie  Derek Thompson Hired Valparaiso:  Dave Coyle Steven Mueller Hired Evansville North:  Brett Szabo Joey Paridaen Hired from Eastern Greene Hamilton Southeastern:  Scott May  Adam Morris Hired  Peru:  Bob Prescott Romaine Saint-Louis Hired North Daviees:  Scott Helms  Evansville Central:  Andy Owens Troy Burgess Hired River Forest: Austen Robison  Joe O'Connell Hired Shelbyville:  Pat Parks Mike Clevenger Hired from Clinton Prairie Rushville:  Scott McMurray  Cathedral: Rick Strieff:  Bill Peebles Hired from Lawrence Central  South Spencer:  Tom Packer John Edge Hired  Bishop Dwenger:  Chris Svarczkopf  Jason Garrett Promoted  Maconaquah: Mark Hartman  Austin Colby Hired  Anderson High School:  Robert Brown  Highland:  Trent Grinder Pete Koulianos Hired from Hanover Central  Southern Wells:  Steve Yencer  Warsaw:  Phil Jenson  Bart Curtis Hired From Mishawaka Lawrence Central:  Bill Peebles John Rodenberg Hired  Eastern Hancock:  Jim O'hara  Tri-Central:  George Gilbert  Shane Arnold Promoted Franklin County:  Kirk Kennedy  Wes Gillman Hired Hobart:  Ryan Turley  Craig Osika Promoted Anderson Prep Academy Randy Albano  Clarksville:  Joby Turner New Haven  Jim Rowland  Jimmy Linn Promoted  S.B. Clay:  Will Porter Garrett Fields Hired Mt. Vernon (Fortville) Neil Kazmierczak Mike Kirschner Hired Central Noble  Greg Moe  Trevor Tipton Promoted  Clinton Prairie:  Mike Clevenger Ben Davis:  Mike Kirschner  Parke Heritage :  ????    Brian Moore Hired Mishawaka Marian:  Reggie Glon  Michael Davidson Promoted Hamilton Heights:  Mitch Street Knightstown:  Kevin Miller  Richmond: Ibrahim Tawfeek Eastern Greene: Joey Paridaen Mishawaka: Bart Curtis Kokomo:  Brett Colby  Hanover Central:  Pete Koulianos  Oldenburg Academy:  Kevin Ferneding  Eric Feller Hired 

dave mosbey

Athletic Director
  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


Everything posted by dave mosbey

  1. This is the 33rd meeting between Heritage Hills & Princeton & the Tigers lead the series 20-12. Princeton averages 63.9 ppg and gives up 54.3 ppg and Heritage Hills averages 60.7 ppg and gives up 46.3 ppg.. Should be a good matchup between 2 talented teams.
  2. Princeton 17-4 at Heritage Hills 19-2

    Looking at the stats looks like both teams have a number of scoring options. Princeton Wilkerson 18,3 ppg Z Dove 16.1 ppg Stough 12.0 ppg Albin 9.1 ppg M Dove 7.1 ppg Heritage Hills Murray Becher 18.4 ppg Scherry 12.0 ppg Sisley 11.0 ppg Mitchel Becher 9.5 ppg Meunier 5.2 ppg
  3. This is the 52nd time Heritage Hills and Tell City have met in Boys Basketball and the Patriots lead the overall series 31-20. Last season Tell City came to Heritage Hills needed a win to clinch a share of the PAC title and the Patriots led 33-25 after 3 quarters before the Marksmen outscored HH 15-8 in the 4th but fell a point shy of the title losing 41-40. This season the roles are reversed as the Patriots are the team that can earn a share of the title with a win and the Marksmen will try to play spoilers like HH did last season. Patriots haven't won a conference title since 2005 but are still tied with Southridge for most Boys Basketball conference titles in PAC history with 14 each a Patriot win and they will retake the lead. Tell City has the top defense in the PAC as far as points given up, Marksmen only give up 44.3 ppg, Patriots are 3rd in the PAC in defense giving up 47.5 ppg. Heritage Hills leads the PAC in offense averaging 62.3 ppg and Tell City is 9th in the PAC in offense averaging 48.0 ppg. I'm expecting a good game between 2 big rivals. My weekend to work so I might not be online to post about this after the game Friday night.
  4. PAC Conference 2017-2018

    Heritage Hills clinches share of title tonight its the Patriots league leading 15th title, If Forest Park beats Gibson Southern on Tuesday they share the title with HH, A FP loss and HH wins it outright.
  5. 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
  6. Big 8 Conference 2017-18

    Here are a few quotes from The Herald article and the link to read the whole article. https://duboiscountyherald.com/b/cats-heat-up-early-knock-off-no-8-princeton Jasper coach John Goebel couldn’t give his team enough praise for their performance after the game. “It was a gutsy performance,” he said. “I thought we took care of the ball. We played as a team. I thought we played great defense. We did every (little) thing we needed to win the game. We were a different team tonight.” Goebel said the team has been playing inspired ball since the three-game skid. The team didn’t allow themselves to be discouraged by the losses and instead kept working hard in practice to get better and pursue their conference championship. Goebel said the losses to Forest Park and Heritage Hills were especially instructive and helped the team develop a blueprint for how to deal with taller, longer teams that would be difficult to score against in the paint. “When you play with a team that has length, you have to shoot well,” Goebel said. “When you have a team that makes it hard for your post players to score, it’s good when your guards can bust that up a little bit. We certainly did tonight.”
  7. Big 8 Conference 2017-18

    Jasper 55 Princeton 36 Wildcats finish Big Eight Play 6-0.
  8. Forest Park 13-2 at Heritage Hills 16-2, The Patriots don't have another game before this one but Forest Park has a game at 11-4 Wood Memorial before this one. This is a huge conference game between two of the taller and more athletic teams in the area. It also pits a matchup between two of the top freshman Curt Hopf of Forest Park and Blake Sisley of Heritage Hills. The 2 head coaches are two of the better defenseive minded coaches around and when Coach Hawkins was head coach at Forest Park Coach Litherland was one of his assistants so they should know each others tendencies. The last time these two teams both had really good records for this game was the 2003-2004 season the Patriots came in 15-1 and Rangers 14-2 that season.Patriots jumped out to a 50-21 halftime lead and scored the first 2 of the 2nd half and were up 31 points early 3rd quarter,Forest Park took control from that point, forced overtime and came away with a 81-77 overtime win I heard at the time it was the biggest comeback in IHSAA history.I always think about that game when people talk about mercy rules. That loss put the Patriots in a tailspin and after starting 15-1 would go 4-4 the last 8 games including a 59-55 loss to eventual state champion Evansville Mater Dei in championship game of sectional, The same Mater Dei team the Patriots defeated 91-78 in the regular season.
  9. PAC Conference 2017-2018

    Varsity Heritage Hills 62 Pike Central 48 JV Heritage Hills 54 Pike Central 50 JV improves to 18-1 and Varsity improves to 18-2.
  10. Forest Park at Heritage Hills

    No longer unbeaten PC lost to Tell city in double overtime last night but your point is still valid.
  11. Forest Park at Heritage Hills

  12. PAC Conference 2017-2018

    Last unbeatens fall in the PAC with Heritage Hills beating Forest Park and Tell City over Pike Central. 4 seconds ago More Heritage Hills 5-1 Forest Park 3-1 Gibson Southern 3-1 North Posey 3-1 Pike Central 3-1 Tell City 3-2 Southridge 2-5 South Spencer 1-5 Tecumseh 1-7
  13. Forest Park at Heritage Hills

    It was a electric atmosphere at Heritage Hills a packed house and one of the loudest crowds I have witnessed at HH in a long time. JV game got the night off with Heritage Hills winning 63-58 in double overtime. In the Varsity Heritage Hills led 20-15 after the first quarter, It was Heritage Hills 32 Forest Park 27 at halftime, after 3 quarters in was Heritage Hills 48 Forest Park 38 and the final Heritage Hills 69 Forest Park 52. Heritage Hills scoring. Mitchel Becher 20 Murray Becher 16 Blake Sisley 13 Simon Scherry 9 Dylan Belgle 5 Carter Meunier 5 Carson Liebering 1 Forest Park only had one player in double figures Englert with 13, Lusk scored 9 and Hochgsang added 8. Heritage Hills varsity improves to 17-2 and JV improves to 17-1. j
  14. Upsets

    Starting last weekend and continuing last night it seems quite a few upsets in Southwestern IN recently. Last Weekend Vincennes Lincoln over Bosse Northeast Dubois over Wood Memorial Pike Central over Barr-Reeve Thursday Castle over Bosse Southridge over Gibson Southern Evansville Mater Dei over Forest Park Washington over Vincennes Lincoln.
  15. Heritage Hills at Jasper After one quarter it was 14-8 HH, At halftime 23-17 HH, after 3 HH 33 -22 and Final HH 44 Jasper 29 Heritage Hills scoring. Murray Becher 17 Simon Scherry 8 Carter Meuinier 6 Mitchel Becher 5 Blake Sisley 5 Cole Sigler 2 Cade Jones 1 Patriots improve to 16-2 Patriot JV loses 56-40 and fall to 16-1
  16. Abby Wahl

    Heritage Hills Junior Abby Wahl has scored 544 points according to Maxpreps in her first two years I believe the school record for career points is 854 by Pam Mulzer so Abby has a chance to break the school record her Junior year and become a 1000 point scorer her Senior year.
  17. PAC Conference 2017-2018

    Heritage Hills beats Boonville 64-36 and improves to 15-2 JV wins over Boonville 48-38 and raises their record to 16-0 Freshman finish season 15-4
  18. Big 8 Conference 2017-18

    Don't have any details but looked like Glenn Rouch was injured in warmups tonight at HH and didn't play. Another Boonville player was injured on 1st possession but I didn't catch the number so not sure if he returned or not.
  19. Tuesday games Heritage Hills 16-2 VS. Mount Vernon 6-13 winner gets Gibson Southern 15-4 Friday Boonville 4-14 VS. Evansville Bosse 6-13 winner gets Evansville Memorial 11-6 Friday
  20. Mount Vernon 3A sectional

    Mount Vernon upsets Heritage Hills tonight think the final was 44-42.
  21. GS beats HH 50-45

    No rematch Heritage Hills had one of their worst shooting nights of the season and was upset by Mount Vernon. Lady Pats finish 17-4.
  22. Heritage Hills traveled to South Spencer tonight to face the Rebels in the annual Spencer County War game. Patriots led 15-10 after one quarter, At halftime it was HH 28-SS 17, After 3 quarters HH led 45-32 and the final was Heritage Hills 59 South Spencer 45. It was the Patriots 2nd win over the Rebels at South Spencer this season as they defeated them in the PSC Classic in December and Heritage Hills now has a 40-32 lead in the series. Scoring tonight for Heritage Hills. Mitchel Becher had a career high 20, Murray Becher 12, Blake Sisley 11, Carter Meunuer 5, Simon Scherry 4, Dylan Begle 4 and Cole Sigler 3. Patriots improve to 14-2. Heritage Hills JV wins 56-31 and raises their record to 15-0.
  23. Heritage Hills at South Spencer

    The talent is up our sophomore class is the one that only lost 1 football and 1 basketball game in middle school and part of the reason the JV is so strong is because the best players on the varsity are a freshman and two sophomores so the JV consists of 4 Juniors and the remaining sophomores not on varsity. JV is mostly football players and its hard for most JV teams to matchup when you have 6'4" 200 pound and 6'3" 270 pound post players and guards that can shoot. In my opinion the only team Coach Sisley had that had close to the talent this team has was the one with Gavin Schaefer and Devon Merder but that team lacked a true center and not as much athleticism across the board our top 6 players are 6'0", 6'2", 6'2", 6'4"6'7" and 6,7" and 3 of those players have dunked in a game this season and Murray had 4 or 5 impressive dunks during the blue-white scrimmage warm-ups but hasn't tried one in a game yet. Sophomore Murray Becher is averaging 19.1 ppg , sophomore Scherry 12.3 ppg and freshman Sisley 11.3 ppg... A Junior Cade Jones hardly ever scores and only attempts 2 or 3 shots most games but is the best defensive player and up with Scherry in assists.. Biggest problem is with 4 starters returning and only losing 2 Seniors is how many of those JV players will return next season knowing there is likely only one opening in the starting lineup next season and I'm guessing Cole Sigler another Sophomore will take Mitchel Bechers slot next season. So I would say its both the talent is way up for the next 2-3 seasons but coach Hawkins is a really good coach that's been blessed with a abundance of talent in his time as head coach first at Forest Park and now at Heritage Hills, He's 93-37 overall in his 6ith year coaching and 29-11 at HH .
  24. Mater Dei led 13-12 after one, it was HH 30-23 at halftime and HH 47-39 after 3 and the final HH 63 MD 51. Patriot Scoring Meunier 21, Sisley 15, Murray Becher 15, Scherry 8 and Mitchel Becher 5.. Heritage Hills Varsity improves to 13-2. Patriot JV wins 51-30 and improves to 14-0.