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dave mosbey

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  1. PAC Conference 2018

    Monday Jasper 5 Heritage Hills 2. Tuesday Heritage Hills 10 Tecumseh 2. Record now 9-4 ( 3-1 in PAC )
  2. 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.
  3. Southridge is open and the new coach is walking into a lot of talent as the Raiders return 4 starters including 3 double figure scorers. https://duboiscountyherald.com/b/obrien-steps-away-from-head-coaching-job
  4. PAC Conference 2018

    Heritage Hills 13 Loogootee 0. PATRIOTS improve to 8-3.
  5. PAC Conference 2018

    Tell City 4 Heritage Hills 1, Patriots fall to 7-3 and 2-1 in the PAC.
  6. PAC Conference 2018

    Heritage Hills 12 North Harrison 5, Patriots improve to 7-2.
  7. PAC Conference 2018

    Heritage Hills 8 Pike Central 2 Patriots improve to 6-2 ( 2-0 in PAC }
  8. PAC Conference 2017-2018

    https://duboiscountyherald.com/b/pats-announce-award-winners
  9. 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
  10. PAC Conference 2018

    PAC might be wide open this season South Spencer who has pretty well dominated the conference recently has gotten off to a 1-7 start including 0-2 in conference. According to the preseason articles despite having solid programs the Rebels numbers are down bigtime in both baseball and softball.
  11. PAC Conference 2018

    Heritage Hills 6 Evansville Harrison 4, Patriots improve to 5-2.
  12. PAC Conference 2018

    Heritage Hills improves to 4-1 ( 1-0 in PAC ) with a come from behind win over North Posey. According to the box score on Maxpreps Vikings scored a run in the top of the 6th to increase their lead to 3-0 and HH responded with 4 runs in the bottom of the 6th and held on for the 4-3 win.
  13. PAC Conference 2018

    WHS Athletics and 2 others Retweeted Hatchet Baseball‏ @BaseballHatchet Apr 5 More Hatchets pick up another win moving to 3-0 as freshman Trey Reed picks up his first varsity win tonight at Heritage Hills.
  14. PAC Conference 2018

    Heritage Hills 9 Evansville Bosse 0, Patriots improve to 3-1. The Freshman pitcher for Washington must be pretty good holding HH to 2 runs because the Patriots have scored 9 runs twice and 10 once in their 3 wins..
  15. PAC Conference 2018

    Heritage Hills bounces back with 9-4 win over mount Vernon to improve to 2-1. http://www.maxpreps.com/games/baseball-spring-18/heritage-hills-vs-mt-vernon/4-6-2018-AOQxwNM0aUKmBKACNn3FoQ.htm#tab=box-score&schoolid
  16. PAC Conference 2018

    Wow 5 games already with all this bad weather. Heritage Hills is 1-0 beat Dubois 10-0. Hopefully they get games in the next 2 days.
  17. According to this tweet the weight room is taken care of as well. Zollman Strength‏ @ZollmanStrength Mar 26 More Great school board meeting tonight. The weight room got approved for more equipment! Love the total corporation buy in. Much appreciated.
  18. And no turf is not part of it. https://duboiscountyherald.com/b/heritage-hills-stadium-to-get-18m-facelift
  19. 2018 COURIER & PRESS ALL-SOUTHWESTERN INDIANA TEAM Name, School, Ht., Year, Avg. First Team Braeden Beard, Tell City, 6-5, Jr., 17.3 Glen Rouch, Boonville, 6-5, Sr., 22.6 Wes Obermeier, Gibson Southern, 6-7, Sr., 15.5 Sam Englert, Forest Park, 6-5, Sr., 16.0 Paxon Bartley, Wood Memorial, 6-2, Jr., 19.5 Stephan Wilkerson, Princeton, 6-3, Jr., 17.2 Second Team Josiah Ricketts, North Posey, 6-0, So., 18.5 Colson Montgomery, Southridge, 6-4, Fr., 17.7 Bryant Nalley, Pike Central, 6-5, Sr., 18.8 Zach Dove, Princeton, 6-6, Jr., 16.0 Sam Corrona, Vincennes Lincoln, 6-0, Sr., 13.0 Murray Becher, Heritage Hills, 6-4, So., 18.1 Lathan Falls, Wood Memorial, 6-4, Sr., 16.0 Player of the Year: Braeden Beard, Tell City Coach of the Year: Jeff Litherland, Forest Park Tell City's Braeden Beard lives and breathes the game of basketball Braeden Beard is the heart and soul of Tell City basketball. The junior is the Courier & Press All-Southwestern Indiana Player of the Year. courierpress.com
  20. https://www.courierpress.com/story/sports/high-school/2018/03/30/bosses-mekhi-lairy-named-courier-press-all-metro-player-year/471956002/ They have Chinn listed as Junior but actually Senior. 2018 COURIER & PRESS ALL-METRO TEAM Name School Ht. Year Avg. First team Mekhi Lairy Bosse 5-9 Sr. 26.4 Alex Hemenway Castle 6-4 Jr. 20.8 Robin Duncan Harrison 6-5 Sr. 13.7 Dylan Penn Memorial 6-2 Sr. 15.3 Rilee Epley Harrison 6-4 Sr. 21.7 Jaylin Chinn Bosse 5-11 Jr. 15.2 Second team De’Angelo Ware Bosse 6-0 Sr. 12.9 Sam DeVault Memorial 6-10 Jr. 13.4 Kolten Sanford North 5-10 So. 16.7 Jace Stieler Castle 6-1 Sr. 14.4 Isaiah Dunham Reitz 6-2 Sr. 16.8 Logan Carter Mater Dei 6-10 Jr. 13.6 Player of the Year: Mekhi Lairy, Bosse Coach of the Year: Shane Burkhart, Bosse
  21. Yeah I forget that now days some college coaches prefer there recruits to not play and those players are replaced with others. I always think about 1981 if Heritage Hills Bruce King skips the North-South game he most likely doesn't end up in the NFL. Purdue recruited him as a Linebacker but after watching him earn MVP honors and scoring the winning touchdown for the South the Purdue coaching staff had a change of heart and moved him to Fullback the position that eventually got him to the NFL.
  22. Yeah the ADA portion is way overdue. I believe their is only one entrance that is handicap accessible now and only way to get to gym is taking the long way and then no way to get to floor level.
  23. All them good Seniors on Gibson Sothern's roster and not 1 on this team.