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DaveMosbey

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  1. If it does happen I hope HH can keep Southridge and South Spencer as the two non conference opponents. Only other school I would miss playing is North Posey .
  2. Tell City Marksmen 16-4 ( 5-1 PAC) at Heritage Hills Patriots 19-1 ( 7-0 PAC ) This is the 54th meeting between Heritage Hills and Tell City and the Patriots lead the series 33-20. Patriots come in averaging 69.9 ppg and giving up 47.6 ppg while the Marksmen come in averaging 56.2 ppg and giving up 41.6 ppg. In the February 5th AP poll Heritage Hills was rated 4th in 3A and Tell City 17th in 2A and Sagarin has Heritage Hills rated 31st in the state regardless of class and Tell City rated 97th in state regardless of class. Sagarin also has Heritage Hills schedule rated 194th in the state and Tell City schedule rated 182nd in the state. One note Sagarin doesn't count out of state games so arguably the toughest team HH has faced this season Madison Central Kentucky isn't included in the Sagarin ratings. Tell City has the number 6 defense in the state in terms of ppg allowed and Heritage Hills has the 50th defense, Average Margin Heritage Hills is 6th in the state and Tell City 36th and Offense Heritage Hills is 15th in the state. This game has huge conference implications in the race for the PAC title. A Heritage Hills win and the Patriots would win their first outright title since the 2002-2003 season and a Tell City win combined with another Tell City win over North Posey the following night would give the Marksmen a share of the PAC title which would be their first in Boys basketball since rejoining the PAC and 4th overall, Last time Tell City won the PAC title in basketball was the 1952-1953 season they would leave the PAC the following season and didn't return until 2001. Southridge could also get a share of the PAC title with a win at South Spencer Friday combined with a Tell City won over HH the same night and it would then be either a two-way or 3-way share depending on the result of North Posey at Tell City Saturday night..
  3. I would drive anywhere for varsity but not making those long trips on work nights for JV games ,, I'm fine with the one trip to Mount Vernon but several long trips on work nights wont happen ...Plus losing Southridge it wouldn't even be a improved schedule.
  4. If that top 8 was a division that would be the end of me going to every JV game too much driving.
  5. After 1 quarter score was HH 20-14, at halftime HH 35-25, After 3 HH 49-38 and final HH 69-55. Patriots clinch share of the PAC title with their 16th straight win and improve to 19-1. Heritage Hills scoring Becher 23 Sisley 15 Scherry 12 Sigler 6 Begle 5 Leibering 4 Turner 4 Forest Park scoring Hopf 20 Jacob 15 Steffe 8 Rothgerber 6 Howard 4 Hurst 2 Heritage Hills JV wins 45-33 and improves to 16-2.
  6. Jasper led after the first quarter 18-16, At Halftime score was Heritage Hills 34 Jasper 28, After 3 quarters Heritage Hills 49 Jasper 37 and Final Heritage Hills 60 Jasper 48. Heritage Hills improves to 18-1 Heritage Hills Junior Simon Scherry passed 600 career points tonight. So now HH has a Junior Murray Becher over 1100 points, Scherry over 600, Sophomore Sisley over 500 points and 4th leading scorer Sigler approaching 200 points. ... Heritage Hills scoring Becher 17 Scherry 13 Leibering 10 Sigler 10 Sisley 5 Begle 3 Turner 2 Jasper scoring Englert 17 Milligan 13 Kabrick 9 Noblitt 4 Weidenbenner 3 Harmon 2 Heritage Hills JV improves to 15-2 with a 49-37 win.
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    Heritage Hills 60 Jasper 48.

    One other note this was the Patriots 3rd lowest shooting percentage of the season shooting 46% Patriots were 13out of 23 on twos but only 8 of 23 on threes by my unofficial numbers. Jasper did a good job packing in the zone forcing us to take outside shots.
  8. For the 2nd straight week Heritage Hills won a tough road game this time beating a good Mater Dei team.After 1 quarter it was HH 13 MD 11, at halftime HH 33 MD 28, after 3 HH 44 MD 43 and Final Heritage Hills 69 Mater 54. Both teams shot well from the free throw line HH was 12 out of 13 and MD was 7 out of 9. Patriots improve to 15-1 and Wildcats fall to 10-4. Heritage Hills scoring Becher 22 Sisley 14 Scherry 12 Begle 9 Sigler 7 Liebering 3 Doyle 2 Mater Dei scoring Schoenstein 19 Carter 14 Phelps 7 Hiester 6 Money 4 Weinzepfel 2 Heldman 2 Mater Dei comes from behind in the JV game to win 44-43 , Patriot JV falls to 12-2 One more note HH was without their best defensive player Cade Jones who was injured at Southridge last week Cade also leads HH in charges taken and 2nd in assists. He needed surgery so not sure if he will return or not but a deep bench really helps when your a man down.
  9. Heritage Hills jumped out to a 10-0 lead and led 24-2 after 1 quarter, At halftime it was Heritage Hills 49-22, After 3 Heritage Hills 64-29 and final 85-39. Free Throw shooting Heritage Hills 12 of 20 and South Spencer 6 of 10. Patriots hit 9 three pointers and Rebels hit 5 threes . Heritage Hills was called for 11 fouls and the Rebels 17. Patriots improve to 16-1 Heritage Hills scoring Becher 22 Sisley 17 ( 3 dunks ) Liebering 15 Career High Scherry 11 Sigler 6 Begle 6 Kratzer 3 Lashley 3 Turner 2 South Spencer scoring Bartlett 13 Donoho 7 Johnson 6 Ling 6 Smith 4 Rogier 3 HH JV wins 64-37 and improves to 13-2.
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    Heritage Hills Wins JV Tourney at Forest Park

    Past Championship Scores... 2011-12 Heritage Hills 42 Forest Park 39 2012-13 Heritage Hills 38 Dubois 29 2013--14 Heritage Hills 52 Southridge 37 2014-15 Forest Park 62 Heritage Hills 58 2015-16 Heritage Hills 57 Forest Park 50 OVERTIME 2016-17 Heritage Hills 49 Forest Park 41 2017-18 Heritage Hills 42 Tell City 29 2018-19 Heritage Hills 60 Forest Park 40
  11. Heritage Hills 13-1 ( 4-0 PAC ) at Southridge 9-4 ( 3-0 PAC ) This is the 65th meeting between Heritage Hills and Southridge in high school basketball and the Raiders lead the series 33-31. This is a huge game in the PAC as the winner will be the last team without a loss in conference play. HH and SR have won more Boys PAC basketball titles then any other school with the Patriots leading with 15 and Southridge 2nd with 14. According to Sagarin HH is ranked 9th in 3A and Southridge 19th in 3A the Patriots are also ranked 7th in the AP poll. Raiders have the 146th ranked schedule and Patriots 234th ranked schedule according to Sagarin. Patriots are averaging 69.0 points per game and giving up 46.6 points per game and Raiders are averaging 53.8 points per game and giving up 43.7 points per game. Heritage Hills is led in scoring by Becher 20.7, Scherry 15.5, Sisley 13.0 , Sigler 7.7 and 6th man Begle 4.7 points per game. Southridge is led in scoring by Montgomery 18.5, Hayes 13.9, LaGrange 10.8, Voegerl 3.5 and Price 3.3 points per game.
  12. Special pink coaches vs Cancer uniforms the Patriots wore tonight.
  13. I was really worried about this game especially after I heard from 3 different people this morning that 2 of our 3 leading scorers were sick this past week but since the big 3 combined for 60 points they must have been just fine. Heritage Hills finally got that statement road win that the program needed so badly. Anyway to the game. Game was tied 16-16 after 1 quarter, At halftime it was Heritage Hills 33 Southridge 26, After 3 Heritage Hills 47 Southridge 40 and final Heritage Hills 64 Southridge 52. Heritage Hills scoring Becher 21 Sisley 20 Scherry 19 Jones 2 Sigler 2 Southridge scoring Montgomery 18 Hayes 14 LaGrange 11 Voegerl 9 Free throw Shooting Heritage Hills 7 out of 12 Southridge 8 out of 12 Team Fouls Heritage Hills 14 Southridge 11 Heritage Hills improves to 14-1, Southridge falls to 9-5. JV score Heritage Hills 48 Southridge 41 , Patriot JV improves to 10-1. Patriots had two starters leave game with injury's one Jones didn't return and the other Sigler returned late in the 4th.
  14. Must be working now because I'm no longer a administrator and was able to edit my first post 😀
  15. In the 6th year of the best of 5 Indiana Kentucky challenge cup the trophy stays In the Indiana Hall Of Fame for the first time thanks to wins by the Northwestern Girls and Silver Creek & Heritage Hills boys Indiana won the 6th cup 3-2. Below was posted on the Hall Of Fame Facebook when Heritage Hills players visited the HOF the following day.
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