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      HEAD COACH OPENING 2018   11/01/2017

      CONFIRMED HEAD COACH CHANGES IN 2018 Lafayette Central Catholic;  Don Collier  Kankakee Valley:  Zack Prairie  Valparaiso:  Dave Coyle  Evansville North:  Brett Szabo  Hamilton Southeastern:  Scott May Peru:  Bob Prescott  North Daviees:  Scott Helms  Evansville Central:  Andy Owens  River Forest: Austen Robison  Shelbyville:  Pat Parks 

No Punt Intended

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  1. Evidently, the kicker who kicked the "onside kick" wasn't even the starting kicker. GS Titan 80 has it right. It was supposed to be a pooch kick. With that said, I can't say I agree with calling three timeouts to get the ball back under two minutes to play in the second quarter already up 4 TDs. Gibson Southern is a very disciplined football team and it shows every week. Sellers is the real deal. He gives everyone else the credit for the success this season. Congratulations on their fantastic year thus far. Also, I want to point out three things. 1) Pike Central scored on Gibson Southerns varsity defense. Not many teams have been able to accomplish that this season. 2) Only two other teams have scored on Gibson Southern in the first half. Pike Central scored in the second quarter. 3) The final scores for Gibson Southern in Week 6 and Week 7 are not that different.. GS 48 HH 7... GS 63 PC 6. Touchdowns vs Gibson Southern's Varsity: Henderson County, Ky: 3 (one in 1st half) North Posey: 2 (both in 1st half) Heritage Hills: 1? Pike Central: 1 (in 1st half)
  2. Thanks for all you guys do. I've been a long time viewer. Donated $25.00.
  3. Summer results

    I believe Ken Dilger would have been on this team as well.
  4. Schedule Changes

    Pike Central picked up Evansville Memorial. Mitchell was dropped from the schedule. PC was 4-0 against the Blue Jackets in the last 4 years, beating them by a combined 46 points in the last two victories. The Ev. Memorial game is on December 17 at Ev. Bosse. It is our last game before going into the Graber Post Classic. Nearly all Evansville high schools will see action on Dec. 17 at Bosse. Matre Dei, North, Reitz, Memorial, Harrison, Bosse, and Castle are scheduled to play throughout the day.
  5. Summer results

    I'm looking forward to seeing what Coach Hawkins and the Patriots can do this season. Talking about the tallest players out of Heritage Hills... What year did Southwood graduate? Late 80's/Early 90's by chance? While doing research for a local team recently, I have read a few articles where it said Heritage Hills had some big boys around that time. I think for the 1988-89 season the Patriots didn't have anyone under 6'0"! Not sure if that report was true, however, sounds like they were a solid team.
  6. Pike Central knocks off North Posey

    It was close all game. The halftime score was NP 21 PC 20. North Posey took a 42-26 lead with about 9:00 left in the 4th. Pike Central responded by scoring 2 TDs on their next 2 (and last 2) possessions of regulation to tie it up at 42. Both 2 point conversion tries were successful. In overtime, North Posey had the first possession. Rogers ran for a TD on the first play in OT. Then Pike Central scored on their first play, a 10 yard shuffle pass from Aaron Carlisle to Colton O'Neal. They went for 2, and O'Neal ran it in the endzone to win the game. I'm not 100% sure, but I think this is the first time in PC school history that the Chargers have won @ North Posey. But for Pike Central, history is history.. The most impressive thing to take away from this game is the way the Chargers kept fighting back. The only lead PC had was at the end of the game. NP shut down the Chargers on 4th down at their own 31 yard line, then score a TD on the next play giving the Vikings a 16 point lead. After that, PC scored on 2 drives. They were 2 for 2 on 2 point conversions. Then, instead of kicking an XP to send them to a second OT, they decided that they were going to win the game. Those young men never hung their heads. All around, both teams played their hearts out.