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dave mosbey

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  1. Big 8 Conference Week 1

    As far as Princeton I didn't realize they returned so much and probably gave North to much credit for being in the SIAC. Also didn't know Owen Valley only returned 7 starters from a 4 win team. So short answer is I didn't research the competition before I wrote that post.
  2. Big 8 Conference Week 1

    Boonville , Lincoln and Princeton all with impressive wins, Jasper struggled but against a very good team and its doubtful Mount Carmel will have 2 straight down years so the Big Eight looks like it might be deeper then normal with 5 quality teams.
  3. Mount Vernon Wildcats at Heritage Hills Patriots. This is the 17th meeting between Heritage Hills and Mount Vernon (Posey) the two teams played in the regular season every year from 1974-1981 and resumed the regular season series in 2014,They also met 3 times in sectional play and once in the regional. The Patriots lead the series 11-5 & like most of the Patriots opponents in the early days of the program Mount Vernon dominated the series winning 3 of the first 4 games and starting with Bob Claytons 1st team in 1978 the Patriots have turned the tables winning 10 of the last 12 games. Heritage Hills coaches records VS. Mount Vernon. Roger Snow 1-2 Bob Ashworth 0-1 Bob Clayton 6-2 Todd Wilkerson 4-0 History of the series : 1974 regular season Mount Vernon 24 H Hills 6 1975 regular season Mount Vernon 26 H Hills 13 1976 regular season H Hills 14 Mount Vernon 8 1977 Mount Vernon 16 H Hills 6 1978 H Hills 21 Mount Vernon 14 1979 H Hills 44 Mount Vernon 0 1980 H Hills 27 Mount Vernon 0 1981 Mount Vernon 21 H Hills 0 1985 sectional H Hills 40 Mount Vernon 6 1999 sectional Mount Vernon 6 H Hills 3 2000 sectional H Hills 36 Mount Vernon 7 2007 regional H Hills 36 Mount Vernon 14. 2014 Heritage Hills 21 Mount Vernon 7 2015 Heritage Hills 20 Mount Vernon 14 2016 Heritage Hills 15 Mount Vernon 6 2017 Heritage Hills 42 Mount Vernon 26
  4. Mount Vernon at Heritage Hills

    Overall I thought it was a good 1st game the defense played well for the most part but got burned twice by the same player Sam Thomas, He had a 52-yard halfback pass and a 74-yard touchdown which we had a miss-tackle those two plays accounted for over half of the Wildcats total yards. We also had too many penalties 8 for 70 yards and lost 2 fumbles. I was really happy with the offense especially the run game we only rushed for 261 yards total in the first two games last season and I cant remember the last time a HH team had 30 First Downs and over 400 rushing yards. First drive looked like it could be 3 and punt we ran for 2 yards each on 1st and 2nd down then on a 3rd and 6 lined up in a pass formation and fullback Wetzel ran for 6 yards to keep the drive going. Sigler led the rushers with 139 yards, Jones 83 yards, Wetzel 72 yards, Rodgers 37 yards, Schaad 31 yards, Carter 28 yards, Vaal 26 yards and the JV QB Schmidt had 3 yards. One of the biggest strengths of this team should be depth at the skilled positions and overall quickness with several speedsters on the team. Still need improvement but last night was a good start.
  5. Mount Vernon at Heritage Hills

    Just one game so no clue how good Mount Vernon is or Heritage Hills for that matter but nice to see the Patriots back running the ball.. 54 rushes for 419 yards and 5 out of 6 passing for 76 yards. Mount Vernon had 24 rushes for 154 yards and 9 out of 19 passing for 77 yards. 5 turnovers in the game Patriots lost 2 fumbles and Wildcats threw 3 interceptions including a pick 6 in the 4th quarter.
  6. When does everyone's season kickoff ?? Heritage Hills hosts Boonville on Thursday August 16th, 7th grade starts at 5:30 and 8th grade around 6:45.
  7. PAC Middle school 2018.

    Boonville wins 8th grade 8-6.
  8. PAC Middle school 2018.

    This is the smallest 7th grade roster I can remember at Heritage Hills only 14 players and one left with injury tonight. Still they played tough losing to Boonville 18-12. Up next is the 8th grade.
  9. Mount Vernon at Heritage Hills

    I hope they are improved, Last season we cruised through the first 3 games then in week 4 Jasper gave us a dose of reality when they came to the Jungle. September will be brutal again this year with games at Jasper, Posey at home, at Gibson and at Southridge.
  10. Aaron Hancock‏ @aaronhancock14 8m8 minutes ago More BREAKING SPORTS NEWS: The Wood Memorial football program has CANCELLED its ENTIRE SEASON for 2018, due to low numbers on the team! According to administration, they only had 13 boys on the team, and decided to cancel the season. I feel for the 13 boys that wanted to play and everyone involver and Its a tough break on the 9 teams have to find a new opponent or lose a game this close to the start of the season..
  11. 8-10 Scrimmages

    Washington went 4-7 last season , Mount Vernon was the Big Eight team with 1 win in 2017. It seemed like they ran more flexbone then traditional wishbone but ran both. Also had some big plays with the option.
  12. 8-10 Scrimmages

    Just a scrimmage so has to be taken with a grain of salt but HH totally dominated Washington 11 tds to 1 td and kept Washington out in the series starting at opponent 10 yard line.
  13. The PAC Conference 2018

    We normally have to split quarters for a few freshman to fill out jv but some years are worse then others. Havent seen a official roster yet but according to the numbers listed on digital scout and Maxpreps which match we have 12 Seniors, 17 Juniors and 12 Sophomores.
  14. The PAC Conference 2018

    Quote From the Courier Preview "the Patriots are trying to get back in touch with their historical roots as a ground-and-pound team." Another "Jones and junior Cole Sigler were platooned at quarterback last season with Jones attempting about 85 percent of the passes. Except Jones is moving to running back this season while Sigler will start under center." So that means Tell City is the only PAC team that returns its starting quarterback but I'm sure Jones will still play QB at times. So HH will have a starting running back that has started 12 games at QB the past 2 seasons and completed 60% of his passes 120 out of 198 for 1881 yards WITH 25 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. Another former QB that could get time at running back is Carter 6 starts at QB completed 65% of his passes 51 out of 78 for 623 yards with 8 touchdowns and 3 interceptions. Going to be interesting to see how long we remain a run-oriented offense and will it be mostly wishbone and flexbone throughout the season ? Will we see some of the Spread and I formations that were the Patriots primary formations the past few seasons. In comparison though a small sample size Sigler was 15 of 27 for 56% with 157 yards and 1 touchdown and 1 interception, Sigler's one start though was against the eventual 3A state champion Evansville Memorial Tigers. Sigler was 22-1 as a starter at QB in 7th-9th with the one loss coming to Gibson in 7th grade but untested as a varsity starting qb so will be interesting. Our Juniors that had so much success when they were younger had 29 kids in 7th grade and down to 17 now so several key players are no longer playing..
  15. 8-10 Scrimmages

    Washington at Heritage Hills 6:00 CST I expect a bigger crowd than normal with people wanting to check out the stadium changes. BTW: Open house prior to the scrimmage to check out new wrestling room , Changes to gym etc...
  16. 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
  17. And no turf is not part of it. https://duboiscountyherald.com/b/heritage-hills-stadium-to-get-18m-facelift
  18. PAC Conference 2017-2018

    Outside looks good, Looking forward to seeing the inside.
  19. Drove by school today and took a few pictures.
  20. The PAC Conference 2018

    Overall your rankings look pretty good I would give my Patriots the edge in one factor that wasn't included in your criteria parking, In addition to the main parking lot the small lot on the visitor side was expanded when the old tennis courts were turned into spaces and always have the soccer field parking lot that never fills up. However our main lot will be a bit smaller with the new entry way. For a borderline 2a-3a school I would guess Southridge would have to be top 5 in state for overall sport facilities. Turf football field, Big historic gym and get to play baseball games at League stadium where "A League Of Their Own" was filmed, At least I guess that's where the baseball games are played. Back to the fields there are certain things I like about each school. Gibson Southern Love the Turf. Southridge The turf and close concessions. South Spencer the up-close view of the game when standing along fence. Forest Park love the view from the end zone and the atmosphere with both student sections side-by-side in a single set of bleachers. Tell City concessions on visitors side and best pop corn. North Posey love the Pizza. Pike Central concessions are close, plenty of parking and easy to move back and forth from one side to the other when standing.
  21. The PAC Conference 2018

    I'd guess you would have 2-3 times the number of visiting seating as the other PAC schools. Our expansion didn't include anything on the visiting side they said the Jungle previously seated 950 and this will add a additional 900 all on the home side.
  22. The PAC Conference 2018

    Scanned it and sent in message, Was able to get preview and impact players and newcomer sections. Didn't get pics on top or schedule and school info on left side.
  23. The PAC Conference 2018

    Sounds like South Spencer might be huge on the Defensive Line. The Football Digest lists 4 D-Lineman Soto 6'6"365, Harris 6'3" 350, Hinton 6'1" 260 and Johnson 6'2" 250 that's a average over 306 pounds.
  24. The PAC Conference 2018

    This picture is a screenshot of the HH section in the 2018 Digest, In the 2017 Digest the offense was listed as multiple. Guess we will find out for sure in 4 weeks.