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  1. All them good Seniors on Gibson Sothern's roster and not 1 on this team.
  2. PAC All Conference

    PAC All Conference Forest Park D Lusk Senior Forest Park S Englert Senior Gibson Southern W Obermeier Senior Heritage Hills B Sisley Freshman Heritage Hills M Becher Sophomore Heritage Hills S Scherry Sophomore North Posey J Sanford Senior North Posey J Ricketts Sophomore Pike Central B Nalley Senior Southridge C Montgomery Freshman South Spencer D Kelly Senior Tell City B Beard Junior PAC Honorable Mention. Forest Park C Hopf Freshman Pike Central B Booker Senior Southridge J Hayes Junior Tecunseh T Brammeier Senior Tell City T Lyons Junior
  3. PAC Conference 2018

    I have no clue but would think HH would sign off if he transferred for family reasons.
  4. PAC Conference 2018

    This thread is for anything PAC, Last years standings. South Spencer 22-5 7-1 Heritage Hills 12-13 5-3 Forest Park 10-10 5-3 Southridge 8-12 5-3 Gibson Southern 9-20 4-4 Tell City 12-9 3-4 DNP NP Pike Central 12-12 2-6 North Posey 8-16 2-5 DNP TC Tecumseh 10-14 2-6 Heritage Hills only had one Senior on last years roster but he was a all-conference pitcher and the other all-conference pitcher for HH apparently transferred to Tecumseh. Also another top pitcher broke a toe in Advanced PE so who knows when he will be ready. If the Patriots find pitching they should have the offense, defense and experience to contend.
  5. 3A Sectional 32

    Congrats to Evansville Memorial on a well deserved win. Score was HH 22 EM 17 after 1, at halftime it was HH 31 EM 27, after 3 EM 45 HH 41 and final EM 66 HH 57. The Tigers did a good job of taking away our inside scoring withy the exception of Sisley. In the first half we were red-hot from 3 point line but cooled down in the 2nd half that combined with more turnovers and the tigers slowly pulled away. Future is bright for HH our 3 leading scorers on the year and tonight are sophomores and a freshman. Patriots only had 4 players score led by Sophomore Murray Becher with 17, freshman Blake Sisley had 16, sophomore Simon Scherry had 13 and Senior Mitchel Becher had 11. Penn had 27 and Lindauer 18 to pace Memorial.
  6. Perry Central hosted Heritage Hills tonight on Senior night, Perry came in with a 4-18 record and HH with a 19-3 record but the COMMODORES put a major scare into Heritage Hills trailing by just 6 after 1 quarter and a 3 pointer at the halftime buzzer and HH only led 31-28 at halftime. Patriots outscored PC 19-2 in the 3rd quarter and the final score ended up Heritage Hills 56 Perry Central 40. Patriots will have to get off to a better start Tuesday against the Co-SIAC champs or it could get ugly. Heritage Hills scoring. Murray Becher 24, Simon Scherry 8 , Mitchel Becher 8, Cade Jones 6, Blake Sisley 6, Dylan Begle 2 and Cole Sigler 2. Heritage Hills finishes regular season 20-3. Patriot JV wins over Perry 57-29 and finishes season 21-1 which is the programs best JV record in school history.
  7. PAC Conference 2017-2018

    Final Standings 1st Forest Park & Heritage Hills both 7-1 3rd Pike Central 5-3 4th Gibson Southern, North Posey & Tell City all 4-4 7th Southridge & South Spencer both 2-6 9th Tecumseh 1-7
  8. PAC Conference 2017-2018

    Only one conference game left Gibson Southern at North Posey 1st Forest Park and Heritage Hills 7-1 3rd Pike Central 5-3 4th Gibson Southern 4-3 5th Tell City 4-4 6th North Posey 3-4 7th Southridge and South Spencer 2-6 9th Tecumseh 1-7 If Gibson Southern wins at Posey they tie Pike Central for 3rd. If North Posey wins it creates a 3-way tie for 4th between Tell City, North Posey and Gibson Southern.
  9. Princeton 17-4 at Heritage Hills 19-2

    Patriots led 26-22 at halftime and the final was Princeton 58 Heritage Hills 47. Patriots lose first home game of season and fall to 19-3. HH Scoring Scherry 12, Mitchel Becher 10, Blake Sisley 10, Murray Becher 7, Meunier 6, Begle 2 . HH winning streak ends at 10....Ugly game time to forget about it and go up to Perry Central and try to start a new streak. Patriot JV wins 42-35 and improves to 20-1
  10. 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
  11. 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.
  12. 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.
  13. 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.”
  14. Big 8 Conference 2017-18

    Jasper 55 Princeton 36 Wildcats finish Big Eight Play 6-0.