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About NorthKnox94

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  • Birthday 03/09/1977

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    North Knox
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    Freelandville
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  1. I am not knocking Sullivan...I think they are good team...just saying NK couldn't show what they had...down 8...5 whom start 3 who are difference makers...2 of them...our top back and lineman got into fight and were suspended...so, stupid things like that...the rest were hurt!

  2. Linton @ Sullivan

    our best 3 kids out...different story if they play...one was a 1000 yard rusher last year...preseason all state...and our top lineman out...best 2 defenders also...not saying NK wins...but, a much different game...we had 8 total guys out 5 of them would have started!
  3. Linton @ Sullivan

    should have been closer...but, thanks!
  4. NK outscored Owen Valley 17 tds to 3...14 to 2 in the Varsity action...Owen Valley is really young and inexperienced...Lincoln Rolls!
  5. Wood Memorial

    Stats should not count for season right? I mean for state states anyway...
  6. Any news out of Linton?

    I just wish there was a place to film there from the side...end zone camera for us is great...but, to do stats from side angle...if it is not raining not bad...but, if it rains...i hear it gets crowded! lol
  7. Any news out of Linton?

    wondering the same thing...
  8. Wood Memorial

    North Knox picked up South Central (Union Mills) 4 hour drive for them...playing Saturday at 6pm...
  9. tell me about Spencer Buse...I scout for NK...and we play tecumseh 3rd game of the season!  IF you dont mind...if not...that's ok!

  10. The PAC Conference 2018

    Spencer Buse transfering to Tecumseh...tell me a little about him...we play the 3rd game of season! Big kid?
  11. Nk coaching staff...

    yeah...most people didn't know he wasn't doing well...he will be missed!
  12. Nk coaching staff...

    Obituary for Jeffery J. "Bags" Pierce Obituary for Jeffery Joseph “Bags” Pierce Jeffery Joseph Pierce, 57, of Bruceville, IN passed away on Monday March 26, 2018 at I.U. Methodist Hospital at 9:20 AM. He was born in Olney IL on January 2nd, 1961. The 3rd of five boys to Doctor William and Genevieve Pierce. He grew up outside of Bruceville IN. Going to school at North Knox. He wrestled becoming a terror as a heavy weight, and played football being apart of the only team to go undefeated for North Knox in 1978 with a record of 9-0. It was one of the proudest moments of his life. Jeff would graduate high school in 1979. He would go on to be a construction worker, carpenter, and truck driver. For any who knew him best. Truck driving was his passion. A Philosopher once wrote; A great man does not remind us of anyone else. Jeff Pierce fits that description. He was a great man. A loving father, husband, friend, and coach. He married to Sheila Shereen Pierce (Edwards) on October 11, 1986. One year later on October 25,1987 they would be blessed with a son Hunter Joseph Pierce. In 1999 he would take part in help creating the youth football league in North Knox. Becoming the head coach for the Cowboys. This would lead him to becoming a coach for the school of North Knox. He went on to coaching wrestling with his childhood friend and man who introduced him to my mother, Butch Byrer. At the same time he became an assistant coach for the football team as well. Helping with the Jr. High team and Linemen coach for the high school team. In 2004 he would become the head coach for the North Knox Warrior football team. After that he continued his career in coaching as an assistant coach. In all he spent 16 years coaching football and wrestling. His second passion, one, which I believe, he enjoyed more then truck driving was to coach, mentor, and develop boys into men. Jeff is survived by his wife and son Shereen Pierce, and Hunter Pierce. His mother Genevieve “Jenny” Pierce, brothers John Pierce, and his wife Mary of Noblesville, IN and Charlie Pierce of Dennison, IL. He will be missed by several nieces and nephews and all of those life he touched by his coaching. There will be a visitation with his family on Monday April 2, 2018 at the North Knox High School where the family will receive friends from 4 to 8 PM . A Gravesite service will be held on Tuesday April 3, 2018 at Sugarland Memorial Cemetery in Washington, IN at 11:00 AM where James Berry will officiate. He will be laid to rest next to his mother in law. Memorial contributions can be made in his memory to the North Knox High School Football Program. Duesterberg-Fredrick Funeral Home is honored to assist the family. To send flowers or a remembrance gift to the family of Jeffery J. "Bags" Pierce, please visit our Tribute Store.
  13. Lost a good coach and a nicer person on Sunday! Jeff Pierce passed away Sunday...he was head coach at NK for 2 season 2003 and 2004...he was d-line coach for many years after that! He will be missed by all of us! please keep our coaching staff in your prayers!