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  1. https://amp.courierpress.com/amp/2586914001?__twitter_impression=true ALL-METRO FOOTBALL TEAM OFFENSE Pos, Name, School Ht. Wt. Year QB: Colton Pence, Memorial 6-2 170 Jr. QB: Cole Happe, Mater Dei 6-0 175 Sr. RB: John McGrew, Mater Dei 5-9, 185 Sr. RB: Brennan Schutte, Central 5-9, 160 Sr. WR: Tre’Jon Evans, Central 5-6 150 Sr. WR: Dawson Hurley, Memorial 6-0 170 Sr. WR: Chase Wilkinson, Castle 6-0 175 Sr. OL: Pete Warner, Memorial 6-0 215 Sr. OL: Austin Jones, Memorial 6-3 250 Sr. OL: Kyle Davidson, Mater Dei 6-1 210 Sr. OL: JaShaun Pace, Reitz 5-11 259 Sr. OL: Gage Sales, North 6-1 260 Jr. K: Jordan Atherton, Mater Dei 5-11 190 Jr. ATH: Dylan McKinney, North 6-0 180 Sr. DEFENSE DL: Brock Combs, Memorial 6-1 225 Sr. DL: Logan Johnson, Memorial 6-0 180 Sr. DL: JT Skinner, North 5-11 220 Sr. DL: JaVonte Madison, Bosse 6-0 240 Jr. LB: Mason Auker, Memorial 6-0 170 Sr. LB: Jacob Boberg, Central 6-0 190 Jr. LB: Nyles Sutton, Castle 5-10 185 Sr. LB: Adam Euler, Reitz 6-1 195 Sr. LB: Will Brackett, Memorial 6-0 165 Sr. DB: Dakx Lannert, Mater Dei 5-11 165 Sr. DB: Finn McCool, Memorial 5-10 160 Sr. DB: Tory Evans, Central 5-6 155 Jr. P: Trenton Bayer, Castle 6-5 170 Jr. ATH: Sheldon Clay, Bosse 5-10 185 Sr. Player of the Year: Brock Combs, Memorial Co-Coaches of the Year: John Hurley, Memorial, Joey Paridaen, North
  2. He turned down Reitz once since he has been at GS and might get the opportunity to do it again. He might leave one day....but I’ll betcha lunch it will never be for any team in the SIAC and will won’t have anything to do if he rents or owns his home.
  3. All Area Football Team Announced: https://www.courierpress.com/story/sports/high-school/2019/12/07/speed-and-versatility-cole-sigler-leaves-mark-patriot-football/4356959002/ 2019 All-Southwestern Indiana Football Team Position, Name, School, Height, Weight, Year Offense QB: Brady Allen, Gibson Southern, 6-5, 205, So. QB: Rhett Snodgrass, Mount Vernon, 6-1, 235, Sr. RB: Jacob Wetzel, Heritage Hills, 6-0, 212, Sr. RB: Mitch Spindler, Gibson Southern, 6-1, 205, Sr. RB: Devin Mockobee, Boonville, 6-0, 170, Jr. WR: Breckan Austin, Mount Vernon, 5-10, 160, Sr. WR: Seth DeLong, Gibson Southern, 6-1, 185, Sr. WR: Garrett Voegerl, Southridge, 6-3, 175, Sr. OL: Mark Doyle, Heritage Hills, 6-4, 305, Sr. OL: Blake Goines, Boonville, 6-2, 275, Sr. OL: Aaron Breivogel, Gibson Southern, 5-11, 245, Sr. OL: Wes Allen, Southridge, 6-0, 205, Sr. OL: Quade Popp, Jasper, 6-3, 281, Jr. K: Tanner Tichenor, North Posey, 6-1, Sr. ATH: Cole Sigler, Heritage Hills, 6-1, 180, Sr. Defense DL: Julius Hardiman, Vincennes Lincoln, Jr. DL: Brad Springer, Southridge, 5-10, 173, Sr. DL: Cameron Dorsey, Boonville, 6-4, Jr. DL: Dylan Mathena, Tell City, 6-5, 235, Jr. DL: Blake Ritzert, Mount Vernon, 6-0, 190, Jr. LB: Cole Calvert, Southridge, 6-0, 195, Sr. LB: Reed Overton, Boonville, 5-9, Sr. LB: Phoenix Rodgers, Heritage Hills, 5-10, 188, Sr. LB: Max Beadles, Gibson Southern, 6-1, 195, Sr. DB: Jackson Phillips, Boonville, 6-2, 210, Sr. DB: Camden Gasser, Southridge, 5-9, 150, Jr. DB: Kaden Feldpausch, Heritage Hills, 6-0, 165, Sr. DB: Mitch Kaiser, Jasper, 6-2, 162, Sr. ATH: Carson Park, Jasper, 6-0, 205, Sr. P: Adam Guth, Heritage Hills, 6-2, Jr. Player of the Year: Cole Sigler, Heritage Hills Coach of the Year: Todd Wilkerson, Heritage Hills
  4. Happens all the time....things run in cycles.
  5. So your breadth of experience watching the border bowl says Owensboro isn't worth our time? There you go again Junior... I can tell you that Owensboro Senior and Henderson would be significant upgrades over Forest Park ,Tell City and North Posey for the larger PAC schools (no offense to my small PAC brethren). That said I agree with P74....SOS is the biggest fallacy on the GID....nice to have but not necessary for success.
  6. I think Evansville North will continue on their upward trend.
  7. So now you're proud? What happened to crying about freshman having to play the rest of their career in 4A? Glad you are finally happy!
  8. I think a more interesting question might be....what 5 attributes make a football coaching job one of the best in the state.
  9. Underclassmen WRs from the roster (ooops sorry...split ends): 2 Landon Stoll Jr. 5 8 160 WR 12 Seth Davenport Jr. 6 2 170 WR 16 Mitchell Morris So. 5 10 160 WR 22 Logan Murfin Jr. 6 0 175 WR 36 Blake Roberts So. 5 7 150 WR 80 Rory Heltsley So. 6 3 170 WR 87 Evan Simpson So. 6 0 170 WR 88 Kaden Hurless So. 6 1 165 WR
  10. Name Pos Yds Yds/G Yds/Rec Rec Lng TD GP 1 Seth Delong - Sr Gibson Southern (Fort Branch) WR, QB 884 80.4 24.6 36 11 11 2 Connor O'Neal - Sr Pike Central (Petersburg) RB, LB 691 86.4 10.5 66 54 5 8 3 Adam May - Sr Gibson Southern (Fort Branch) WR 509 50.9 13.1 39 8 10 4 Logan Murfin - Jr Gibson Southern (Fort Branch) WR 502 45.6 17.9 28 6 11 5 Camden Gasser - Jr Southridge (Huntingburg) DB, SE 474 39.5 26.3 18 96 5 12 6 Garrett Voegerl - Sr Southridge (Huntingburg) DB, SE 411 34.3 22.8 18 76 7 12 7 Ben Butler - Sr Gibson Southern (Fort Branch) WR, RB 387 38.7 10.2 38 3 10 8 Kaden Feldpausch - Sr Heritage Hills (Lincoln City) WR, DB 271 19.4 19.4 14 75 6 14 9 Mitchell Spindler - Sr Gibson Southern (Fort Branch) RB, DB 221 20.1 11.6 19 1 11 10 Hunter Sodrel - Sr Tell City WR, CB 205 22.8 12.8 16 3 9
  11. My comment wasn't a slam against any type of offense. Let's be real here, if you still call WRs Ends on your all conference forms...you have an evolution problem. When is the last time you saw SE on a roster? What about when someone has a really nice true TE they want to nominate? Should he should have to compete with all the WRs for a slot...while at the same time FBs don't have to compete with RBs? It's just dumb.
  12. You remember our conversation last year! LOL Let’s go 3 and 3 then!!
  13. The SIAC does 2 RBs and 3 WRs for all conference which seem more in line with the multiple offensive formations we see in today's game. It's a shame such a fine conference doesn't evolve with the times.
  14. If I could be convinced to live in the sh!th01e called Vanderburgh County, I would send my kids to Memorial (I have worked in Vanderburgh county since 1993). 6k isn't a bad price to pay considering the advantages one gets for that sacrifice.
  15. I know just a little bit on how we were/are constructed :). Keep in mind that when you read my response above, it isn't an argument for the SF. It is an argument that P/Ps have certain undeniable advantages and that enrollment alone is a horrible way to try to classify institutions that operate so differently.
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