Tag Archive: 2017

Sep 11

Hape nominated for Colts/NFL Coach of the Week award

Reitz head coach Andy Hape was a finalist for the Colts/NFL Indiana Coach of the Week after guiding Class 4A’s top-ranked team to a 28-21 win over No. 2 Central. It was the Panthers’ second win in a row over an undefeated, ranked team in the highly competitive Southern Indiana Athletic Conference. This is the …

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Sep 06

Reitz radio show returns to air on ESPN 97.7 The Ref

Hall-of-fame broadcaster Dan Egierski has announced the return of the Reitz Football radio coaches show! Egierski will talk to Panther head coach Andy Hape and a special guest player every Thursday at 4:15 p.m. To listen, just tune in to 97.7 FM/WREF, the new home of ESPN Radio in the Tri-State!   Share this with …

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Sep 04

Vote for Sargent! He’s a finalist for both the #courierpress Player of the Week & #HomeTeamFriday MVP

Da’Zaiun Sargent, who set the single-game rushing record this week with 324 yards, is in the running for two awards. The Courier & Press (which credits him with 328 yards, four yards more than the team’s official stats) has him as one of four finalists for their Player of the Week. Vote here for the …

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Sep 03

Dunham, Sargent set single-game records #MakingTheCut presented by Bean’s Lawncare Plus

It’s been a fun year so far on the Hill, and we’re just getting started! In addition to the team’s great 3-0 start, the last two weeks have also seen two Panthers have set single-game records (single-game stats go back to 2005 with a couple games in 2012 not yet available). Dunham sets receiving record …

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Aug 04

2017 season previews

It’s that time of year again! This area is blessed with lots of great high school football coverage, and we’ve compiled all the previews for the 2017 Reitz Football team! Talented, deep backfield to lead Reitz offense (Courier & Press) Home Team Friday Preview: Reitz (Home Team Friday) Reitz Football Maintains High Expectations (44Blitz) Evansville Reitz Football Team …

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Jul 17

Reitz ranked No. 2 in preseason TGD poll

The Gridiron Digest released their preseason rankings Monday. The poll, voted on by the readers of the website, ranked Reitz second in Class 4A behind NorthWood. The Northern Lakes Conference champion lost in the Class 4A state championship game last year to Roncalli, which has moved up to Class 5A. East Central, which eliminated Reitz …

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Apr 01

Nut Club trophy accidentally broken

Happy April Fools Day! The West Side Nut Club Trophy is in need of some big repairs after it was accidentally dropped yesterday. “We were moving the trophy to a new display in the field house when it was accidentally dropped,” said Reitz head coach Andy Hape. “I won’t name any names, but it was the new …

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Feb 24

Panthers playing for city championship tonight #ReitzBasketball

  While the Southern Indiana Athletic Conference title has been secured by Castle (the Knights won with a perfect 7-0 league record), the city boys basketball crown is still up for grabs. Our Mighty Panthers, 11-10 overall, are 4-1 in city competition. Bosse, 14-7, has already clinched a share of the Evansville championship with a …

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Feb 15

Ashby, Brinton, Mahan will play college football

Over the past several days, three Reitz Panthers have announced their intentions to play football at the collegiate level. Jackson Ashby has signed with Marian University while his teammates, Calvin Brinton and Reid Mahan, have signed with Hanover College. Brinton and Mahan will join Panther alumni Kornell Dash, Class of 2016, at Hanover. Congratulations to …

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Feb 06

Andersen elected to NFL Hall of Fame

ReitzFootball.com would like to extend our congratulations to Morton Andersen, the legendary kicker, as he has been elected into the National Football League’s Hall of Fame Class of 2017. Andersen, who was famously known for how few extra points he missed during his career (he only missed four out of 130 in his college career …

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