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dave mosbey

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  1. And no turf is not part of it. https://duboiscountyherald.com/b/heritage-hills-stadium-to-get-18m-facelift
  2. Heritage Hills led 13-5 after 1, it was HH 26 HC 18 after 2, after 3 HH 38-31 and final HH 55 HC 35. HH Scoring Murray Becher 20 Simon Scherry 17 ( Inckuding 5 threes ) Blake Sisley 6 Carter Meunier 6 Mitchel Becher 4 Cade Jones 2. Patriots win JV 45-23 both improve to 5-0. The replay of this game can be seen at this link
  3. This is the 11th meeting between Heritage Hills and Hancock County Kentucky and the Patriots lead the series 9-1. Last season Hancock County had a great season going 27-5 and defeated Heritage Hills for the first time winning at HH 44-42 in double overtime. Hancock is coached by HH alumni Darren Lynam. Hancock County has a YouTube channel so this game might be live on Tuesday at this link https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUEVRNFaM1HzJp_JTwoDjQw/feed?disable_polymer=1
  4. 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
  5. North Posey 2-0 at Heritage Hills 3-0

    Yeah PAC should be brutal, Southridge is another team that should be much improved returned top 3 scorers and have two newcomers that should be impact players the Freshman Montgomery and LaGrange who played at Jeffersonville the past two seasons, In the one point loss to Tell City Montgomery scored 16 and LaGrange scored 8. The game was physical but not nearly as physical as the one at Dubois the previous week it was downright brutal. I was telling people prior to the game to come and watch the two best Sophomores in the PAC Murray Becher and Rickerts and combined they didn't score as much as either individually averaged going into this game.
  6. Last season North Posey came into this game 0-2 and Heritage Hills was 3-0 and the Vikings jumpped out to a 20-9 lead after one quarter on their way to a 76-57 romp. The loss combined with a loss to Gibson Southern and the Patriots started conference play 0-2, Later a upset by South spencer and HH was pretty much eliminted from the title race. Patriots did later pull upsets over Tell City and Forest Park and prevented both those teams from getting a shareof the title but must get off to a better start in PAC play if they want a shot at their first PAC title since the 2004-05 season. If Posey takes care of business against Evansville Day on Tuesday both teams will have 3-0 records when they meet on Friday. This will be the 46th meeting between the two schools in boys basketball and the Patriots lead the series 29-16.
  7. JD Hoover was in the Heritage Hills program the past two seasons as a Sophomore he was one of the best JV players on the team and last year as a Junior he was 6th man and averaged 4.9 ppg.
  8. Bosse 1-0 @ Princeton 4-0

    Princeton must have played a heck of a game if the score on Harrells is corect Bosse 69 Princeton 68.
  9. North Posey 2-0 at Heritage Hills 3-0

    After one quarter the score was Heritage Hills 22 North Posey 10, At halftime it was Heritage Hills 28 North Posey 24, After 3 quarters it was tied at 39 and the final Heritage Hills 62 North Posey 49. Cade Jones did a outstanding job of defense on Rickerts I only keep track of HH individual scoring but the radio had Rickerts with 9 points and about half of that was durring a brief period thay changed up the defense and had someone else guarding Rickerts. Free throws was the one area HH struggled big tonight I had the Patriots just 10 of 21 and I had Posey with a red hot 9 of 10. Carter Meunier played a few minutes tonight and took a couple of shots he still has a way to go but nice seeing him back on the floor. HH only had 4 players score tonight led by Blake Sisley wiyj career high 19, Scherry also had carrer high 18 and Mitchel Becher 13 and Murray Becher 12. HH Varsity improves to 4-0, 1-0 in PAC. HH JV also improves to 4-0 with a 41-39 win The Herald had North Posey 10 of 13 from the free throw line so I must have missed 4 attempts by the Vikings but still a much better percentage then HH.
  10. Patriots followed up their win over Jasper on Tuesday with a 50-40 win at Forest Park on Thursday. Patriots are now 8-1 and host Southridge on December 12th as they try to go 4-0 against Dubois county teams.
  11. North Posey 2-0 at Heritage Hills 3-0

    North Posey defeated Day 63-55 tonight so both teams come into this game with identical 3-0 records.
  12. North Posey 2-0 at Heritage Hills 3-0

    Totally understand se dont have a game before so started the thread. The big Hupmann boy for Day looked every bit of 6'11" and had a nice shot, he was clearly 4 or 5 inches taller then Sisley , They would be really good if they still had Epley.
  13. Tell City @ Forest Park

    Yeah I understood that I just meant if he missed a few games that could have been partially to blame for poor shot selection. Litherland teams always play great defense.
  14. Tell City @ Forest Park

    Didn't know Beard has been out he's the vocal point of that team. Still impressive win for the Rangers.
  15. North Posey 2-0 at Heritage Hills 3-0

    Meunier has been warming up and shooting at halftime but still not cleared for contact, hopefully he will return soon. Will be interesting to see if he returns to starting lineup or comes off bench. Jones has been playing the 4 so I could see him move to 1st off bench and Patriots going big with 6'7" Sisley, 6'7" Meunier, 6'4" Murray Becher, 6'2" Mitchell Becher and 6'2" Scherry. Regardless of who starts will be great to see the 2nd big return.
  16. Heritage Hills led 21-12 after one quarter, It was 32-30 Heritage Hills at halftime, Northeast Dubois led 45-44 after 3 quarters and the final score was Heritage Hills 66-63. Scoring for HH. Miurray Becher 30 ( First Patriot to score 30 since Gavin Schaefer in 2012 ) Mitchel Becher 15 Simon scherry 10 Blake Sisley 5 Cole Sigler 4 Dylan Begle 2 ( first varsity points ) I kind of lost track of fouls but HH was called for around 25 and Dubois around 19 Free throws I had HH 13 out of 18 and Dubois 14 out of 22. JV score was 45-31 HH.
  17. Evansville Day at Heritage Hills

    Was listed 6'6" last season so must have shot up big-time, He was clearly several inches taller then Sisley. Someone told me they thought he was the son of Former Evansville Ace Sasha Hupmann. If they still had the kid that transferred to Harrison last season they would be really good but not much depth Huppman had 14 and another sophomore Hancock had 15 to lead Day.
  18. Patriots had a off shooting night but overcame it with defense. After 1 quarter Day led 17-12, at halftime HH was up 23-22, after 3 HH was up 42-31 and the final HH 53 ED 43 I had HH shooting 12 of 24 from the free throw line and 19 of 48 from the field including 3 of 15 3 pointers. Blake Sisley had a tough test going up against 6 '11" Noah Hupmann but played pretty well in his 2nd varsity game giving up 5 inches. HH Scoring Murray Becher 19 Mitchel Becher 17 Blake Sisley 8 Simon Scherry 6 Carson Liebering 3
  19. Evansville Day at Heritage Hills

    JV wins 48-28 .
  20. I figured someone would have posted this by the time I got home from work but couldn't find anything. http://www.pacsports.us/news/news10302017.pdf
  21. PAC All Conference

    They do things like that often on the PAC team placing someone on Defense or offense for the All-Conference team then naming the same person captain of the other team. Congrats !! 10 underclassmen named All-conference or HM PAC and 6 are from Southridge bet you guys are allready talking repeat.
  22. PAC All Conference

    looks good I tried copy and paste and it was disaster so i eduted because too lazty after work to fix.
  23. Heritage Hills 0-0 at North Harrison 1-0

    I,m probably mistaken might have mixed up 32 and 34 even though Sigler is about 6 inches shorter.
  24. This will be the 11th meeting between Heritage Hills and North Harrison and the overall series is tied 5-5. North Harrison will be a good test for Heritage Hills as they return 3 double figure scorers from last season Book 14.2, Wetzel 14.0 & Flock 10.1. Patriots Return just one double figure scorer Murray Becher who averaged 14 ppg but get back Mitchel Becher who averaged 10.5 ppg as a sophomore before missing all last season with a injury suffered in the first half of the first game. Always think of this shot when we play North Harrison
  25. Heritage Hills 0-0 at North Harrison 1-0

    Heritage Hills led 13-9 after one quarter, HH was up 26-23 at halftime, HH led 40--35 after 3 quarters and the final was HH 59 NH 43. HH Scoring Murray Becher 22 Blake Sisley 14 including two dunks. Simon Scherry 12 Cole Sigler 5 Mitchel Becher 4 Cade Jones 2 Carter Meunier whos recovering from a injury played a little tonight. Patriots were 8 of 10 from the free throw line. Almost forgot Patriots won JV game 50-30.