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  1. Evansville Central has 590 wins? I thought they were around 500?
  2. I would agree with you on Bosse and Harrison, since they weren't mentioned at all. I hope both of the coaches can be successful at the schools.
  3. Some SIAC news, Memorial QB Colton Pence was offered a D1 scholarship for Valpo this morning
  4. Let's revive the topic as Enlow Field is getting some renovations for the potential season: https://twitter.com/YardManTommy/status/1262755782354853891?s=20
  5. Hopefully Banks will have a good, rest of his career at Heritage Hills. Wish him the best of luck!
  6. Some major SIAC news, Central's QB Cam Banks has transferred and enrolled at Heritage Hills. Cam Banks started in 1 game this past year against THS
  7. I wouldn't be surprise if we somehow made it out of sectionals again lol. I wasn't even sure last year!
  8. I didn't see a thread on this, so here we go. Some notes/predictions: -Memorial is the defending 4A state champion/SIAC champion after an amazing run, but loses a ton of seniors -Central is also defending its co SIAC championship with Memorial and returns key players -MD is defending their sectional title, should be a contender for the SIAC -North will have a winning season -Castle will see improvements -VL and Jasper will be great opponents in the near future -Bosse and Harrison will both continue to struggle in conference play, but hopefully improve -Reitz will have some struggles at first, but will overcome Not the best notes, but well enough to start a conversation as the conference will have another crazy year
  9. Courier and Press staff picks: KS: I've watched some film on East Noble and they're talented. Bailey Parker will be priority number one for the Tigers' defense on Saturday. I just have more faith in Memorial right now. They make plays and get stops when they need it. Memorial 28, East Noble 20. GE: Memorial has overcome the odds all season, but the Tigers might have met their match in their bid to win a state title for the second time in three seasons. Brock Combs may once again be the best player on the team, but East Noble might be better overall. The Knights are ranked 21st overall and 1st in 4A in the Sagarin ratings (84.3) while Memorial is 45th and 7th (75.58). East Noble 24, Memorial 17 HM: After rallying from a 17-point deficit last week, East Noble is likely feeling confident going into the 4A title game. But they haven't met Brock Combs yet. The Tigers have had players step up week in and week out during the postseason and I think we'll see that happen once again. Memorial 28, East Noble 24. CL: The Sagarin Ratings say it could be a 10-point game and Massey Ratings call for a 3-point game, but both favor East Noble to defeat Memorial. The Tigers have been impressive this year. They’ve found ways to win even when they’re seemingly not on their A-game by playing strong defense and keeping games close. Hats off to them for getting to state for a third straight year. Maybe they’ll prove the outsiders like me wrong and once again hoist the state championship trophy, but I’m playing it how it looks on paper. East Noble 24, Memorial 14.
  10. I'm going to continue my optimism still, my hearts says my tigers, but my gut says the knights
  11. Indystar's prediction from Kyle Neddenriep: Class 4A: East Noble (14-0) vs. Evansville Memorial (12-1), 3:30 p.m.: Evansville Memorial is getting used to the drive. The Tigers are making a third consecutive appearance in Lucas Oil Stadium after winning the 3A title in 2017 and finishing as runner-up last year in 3A. Moving up a class has not bothered Memorial, which can run and throw effectively and has been tested by a tough schedule for coach John Hurley, who can win his 100th game on Saturday. East Noble has one of the most prolific passers in the state in Bailey Parker (2,995 passing yards, 39 TDs), who also has more than 1,300 rushing yards. The Knights are back in the title game for the first time since 2003 and looking for their first championship since 2000. Evansville Memorial 24, East Noble 21.
  12. Our offense has been Jekyll and Hyde for most of the season, but has shown a lot of capabilities during the postseason(Boonville, Central, and Mt. Vernon).
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