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  1. Is Caden Jones hurt? Saw an article that Sigler is starting Friday.
  2. Big Eight 2017

    Tell City Perry Central Springs Valley (2 teams) North Posey Forest Park Southridge (3 teams) Jasper (3 teams)
  3. Where is a good place to eat Friday night?

    1. Tell City 45

      Tell City 45

      The Pour Haus has a variety to eat and(TellCityPourHaus.com) or the Post.  The are both downtown and within a block of each other.

    2. Titan35


      Thank you! Good luck, Friday!

  4. Boonville HC Job

    Channel 14 news just reported Darin Ward is new Boonville Coach
  5. Grant Welp of Forest Park having a good year for his first year starting. Link to his stats http://www.franklingrizzlies.com/sports/fball/2014-15/teams/franklin?view=lineup He has done Southern IN proud, also an excellent student and teammate. My son is a freshman on the team, and they treat the underclassmen with respect. Great team chemistry and also a great coach to mentor them.
  6. Sectional 40

    Little déjà va for southridge. Score 28-27, Sullivan goes for win at home and misses 2 pt conversion. Same scenario and same score as last years first round against Tell City.
  7. Just for discussions' sake, what if the Big 8 and PAC have a reallignment geographically. Nothing official, just some preseason discussion. This would put 8 teams back into the Big 8, and they would all be Indiana teams. I know that competitively, this would arguably make the Big Eight one of the toughest (Non Metro) conferences in the state. Current Big 8 Conferece: Jasper Boonville Mt. Vernon Vincennes Lincoln Princeton Mt. Carmel Washington PAC Heritage Hills South Spencer Forest Park Tell City North Posey Gibson Southern Southridge Pike Central Proposed Big 8 Jasper Mt. Vernon Vincennes Lincoln Princeton Washington Southridge Gibson Southern North Posey Proposed PAC Heritage Hills South Spencer Tell City Forest Park Paoli Perry Central Crawford County Boonville Now this would leave Pike Central out, but they can move to the Southwest "7" conference
  8. PAC Conference 2014

    Marksmen scrimmage Eastern Pekin @ Pekin, open up on the road at Perry Central week 1.
  9. Tell City

    Tell City named assistant coach Ronnie Robinson Head football coach last week. Article from Perry County paper below TELL CITY—Ronnie Robinson, an assistant football coach for Tell City the last six years, was named the team’s head coach at a special school board meeting Wednesday. He succeeds Ryan George, who is leaving to accept the football coaching position at Goshen, Ohio, High School, which is close to his wife’s job. Robinson, 42, has been an assistant coach 21 years and was part of a state championship staff at Tri-West. He played on the offensive and defensive lines for Western Boone, a high school west of Lebanon, graduating in 1990. He helped the Stars beat South Spencer for the 1988 Class 2A state title. He was then an offensive lineman for DePauw University for two years. He did not play football his junior year of college because he suffered a knee injury before that season. Then his senior year he served as the offensive line coach at North Putnam while still going to school full time. After graduation he coached seven years at Tri-West High School in Lizton. first as a junior high coach and then as the varsity offensive line coach. While he was there the Bruins placed second in the state in Class A in 1995 and won the state title in 1996, going undefeated. While at Tri-West Robinson served as the youth minister at Pittsboro United Methodist Church. Then he did his student teaching at Sullivan while serving one year as offensive line coach there. He then taught two years at Osceola, a 3,200-enrollment high school in Kissimmee, Fla., coaching running backs one year and offensive line one year on the JV team. After that he returned to his alma mater, Western Boone, for three years as offensive line coach. He came to Tell City six years ago, where he has served under three head coaches. The last three years he has been the offensive line coach and helped with the defensive line and play calling under George. He helped the Marksmen to a 6-4 record last fall, their first winning record in seven years. He said he doesn’t plan major changes in the offense or defense. On offense “philosophically I’m along the same lines as Coach George,” he said. “But because we’re not going to be as big up front next year, we’re going to have to do some different things.” He said those things will include “intentionally throwing the ball more than we did last year.” But he also plans to continue to take advantage of running back Elliott Brown’s talents, as “he’s obviously a special player. “Defensively, because we run into so many teams that run multiple schemes and spread things out, we’re going to stay philosophically the same.” He said he thinks the Marksmen “can be a player” in the PAC race, “but right now it goes through Southridge and Gibson Southern. Our hope is to be neck and neck with them, and we have the opportunity to play both of them here next year, which should help.” With his moving up to head coach and John Atkins’ becoming athletic director, Robinson has two openings on his coaching staff. “I know that we might not be done hiring teachers here and I have some people in-house I need to talk to,” he said about filling those spots. Robinson will continue to teach six classes of sophomore English at Tell City. His wife, Jody, is the Jobs for America’s Graduates specialist at Tell City High School. They have two children, Amelia, 8, and Bobby, 6.
  10. Football Moms

    I also like to wish all the football Mom's a Happy Mother's Day, especially my wife who has been a Football Mom for the past 6 years not only for our son, but a lot of his team mates.
  11. Not yet, he went to a combine back in February in Indy, and is going to the Colts Prep Combine next month.
  12. Tell City's Jimmy Phillips (WR, LB) will attend and play for Franklin College.
  13. I was told by more than 1 person that the top 2 teams in each sectional are going to be seeded this year, but I did not find anything on this on IHSAA.org, is there any truth to this or is it still a blind draw as before?
  14. PAC predictions

    Gibson Southern, Southridge and Tell City (in alphabetical order).
  15. Heritage Hills @ Tell City

    Thanks, I thought it was a very tough fight for both teams, HH is missing their depth as in the past. They looked run down in the 4th qtr.