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  1. 13th annual PSC Holiday Classic

    Yeah, I’d say that’s probably right. But I don’t actually know it for a fact.
  2. 13th annual PSC Holiday Classic

    Also need to acknowledge a performance in the 3rd-place game. South Spencer’s Dylan Kelly was electric as he poured in 33. He was flat unstoppable in the 1st half as he scored 22 of his team’s 27. Sounds weird to say, but both teams were actually playing really good defense, despite Kelly going off. In the end, Tell City got a few more stops & gritted out a 5-point win
  3. 13th annual PSC Holiday Classic

    Very impressed with Crawford’s defense & how they have improved overall since I saw them earlier in Dec. critical point in this game came late in the 3rd and/or early in the 4th. Patriots led 28-27. Crawford had at least 5 or 6 possessions with a chance to take the lead. They spread the floor& ran dribble-drive, but the taller Patriots were up to the defensive challenge & got stop after stop to preserve the lead.
  4. PSC Holiday Classic, Day 1

    I remember that ending & that shot. I had forgotten that it was a PSC championship game & that it was against Crawford. HH & SS have played some wild games in that gym over the years. I’ll never forget the 100-point game!
  5. 13th annual PSC Holiday Classic

    Dang it Dave! You beat me to it!
  6. At South Spencer, Heritage Hills blew out North Harrison, 71-41 and South Spencer beat Boonville, 60-51 in opening round games. At Tell City, Crawford County beat Perry Central, 55-40 and Tell City beat Corydon Central, 46-18. Heritage Hills put 4 good quarters together, led by 13 at the half and ran away in the 2nd half, outscoring the Cougars 41-24 after the break. Soph Murray Becher led the Patriots with 25. Soph Simon Scherry had 16 as the other Patriot in double figures. Cade Jones had a season-high 8 points, Dylan Begle a career high 6. Meunier, Mitchel Becher, Sisley and Turner all had 4. Jake Book was the only Cougar in double figures with 10. Jenkins had 7, Gutknecht 6, Haub, Harley, Hatton and Armstrong all had 3 apiece. Flock, Kaiser and Davis all had 2 each. In game 2, South Spencer led pretty much all the way and won by 9. Dylan Kelly led all scorers with 20. Manning Webb had 16 and Jalen Taylor 11 for the Rebels. Freshman Jace Kelly got his first career start and finished with 5. Matthew Crabtree had 4, while Johnson and Cummings had 2 each for South Spencer. USI-bound senior Glen Rouch led Boonville with 19. Hunter Bruce had a very nice 2nd half and finished with 17. Ben Meier had 6, Zeb Miles 4, Kirkland 2, Hicks 2 and Bruner 1 for the Pioneers. Tonight's schedule: At South Spencer: North Harrison vs. Boonville, 5:30pm central. Heritage Hills vs. South Spencer, 7:15pm central. At Tell City: Perry Central vs. Corydon Central, 5:30pm central. Crawford County vs. Tell City, 7:15pm central.
  7. Sorry. I meant Evans. The perils of late-night posting!
  8. I had Lindauer leading Memorial with 14. Penn and Allen each had 13, Combs had 12 and DeVault had 8. Allen was the big surprise from a scoring standpoint. He came in averaging 3.3 per game.
  9. PAC Conference 2017-2018

    South Spencer beat Tecumseh, 52-46 Tuesday. Both teams are now 1-1 in conference play. There are now 4 teams tied at the top at 1-0: FP, GS, HH, and PC. SS enters the break at 3-3. Tec falls to 4-4. (GS beat NP 46-38 in the Toyota Classic Tuesday, but that game does not count as a conference game.)
  10. Heritage Hills at Forest Park

    Going back to 2000 (as far as John Harrell’s records go for girls), it’s the first time the Lady Patriots have beaten both Jasper & FP in the same season.
  11. Heritage Hills 0-0 at North Harrison 1-0

    Are you sure about Meunier, Dave? I didn’t see him play & was specifically told before the game that he hasn’t yet been cleared for any contact. I had 10 Patriots as having played: Scherry, Lashley, Leibering, Jones, Begle, Becher, Sigler, Becher, Turner & Sisley. fun stat of the night: HH was 14-17 from the floor in the 2nd half.
  12. SemiState Scores

    Southridge radio broadcast online at www.wbdc.us and available on the TuneIn app.
  13. Pretty sure HH defense had 2 picks tonight.
  14. A quick glance at Dave's year-by-year scores shows they almost always combine for at least 35. But a single team has eclipsed 35 points in this game just once.
  15. PAC 2017

    I'm not sure a jv game this year is the way to gauge how SS will be in a couple of years. All their young talent is starting varsity, not playing jv. And there is talent there in the soph and frosh classes. Big win for SS last night over TC. Put 2 scores on the board in the 1st quarter with a gale-force wind at their backs and scored the third on the first play of the 2nd quarter. Then when TC finally got the wind at their backs in the 2nd quarter, they went 3 and out. SS got the ball back with 8:22 on the clock and heading into the wind, managed to eat up the entire clock on a 12-play drive that took them to halftime and never let TC get the ball back with the wind in their favor. Webb, the senior QB was back for SS. Senior WR Jaylen Taylor had a huge night with well over 100 receiving yards, a rushing TD and an INT on defense.