Tag Archive: Bosse Bulldogs

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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Oct 27

Calvin Brinton voted Player of the Game for sectional win over Bosse

Congratulations to Calvin Brinton, who was voted the Sectional First Round MyPantherTees.com Player of the Game. In addition to the senior’s three catches for 50 yards during the Panthers 48-8 win over Bosse, he also had a 42-yard interception return. This is Brinton’s fourth time this year to win Player of the Game. The weekly award is voted on …

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Oct 21

Reitz beats Bosse, 48-8 #RFgameday

Updated Oct. 22 @ 5:10 a.m. Local media coverage has been added (see below) ============================== The Panthers defeated Bosse Friday night at Enlow Field, 48-8, in a Class 4A Sectional 24 first round game. It will be a battle of co-SIAC champions as Reitz, now 9-1, will host Central next week in a semifinal match. The …

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Oct 17

PantherPlus presents #RFgameday: Reitz at Bosse – Sectional First Round

Updated Oct. 19 @ 9:51 a.m. Most of the polls have now been added (see below) ============================== We’ll understand if you’re having a case of déjà vu. In a rematch from only two weeks ago, the Mighty Panthers will once again travel to Enlow Field to take on the Bosse Bulldogs. These kinds of games …

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Oct 07

Reitz blanks Bosse, 56-0, giving Panthers share of 39th city championship #RFgameday

Updated: Oct. 8 @ 3:57 p.m. Recaps from Home Team Friday & Touchdown Live have been added: HTF Full Show Pt. 1 (10/7/16) (Home Team Friday) TDL Week 8: Reitz vs Bosse (14news.com) ============================== An amazing 56-0 shutout performance over Bosse has given the Panthers at least a share of her 39th city championship. Reitz, ranked fourth by the Associated Press …

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Oct 03

PantherPlus presents #RFgameday: Reitz at Bosse – Week 8

Updated 10/5 @ 10:17 a.m. All the polls have been updated (see below). ============================== The Mighty Panthers will take to the road as they battle the Bulldogs this Friday night at Enlow Field. While Bosse (0-7) has struggled this season, the Scarlet & Gray have played spoiler to the Panthers many times over the years, and …

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Oct 03

Reitz draws Bosse in sectional first round

As part of last night’s blind draw by the Indiana High School Athletic Association to determine the postseason football pairings for the 44th annual state tournament series, the Reitz Nation learned they would meet Bosse in first round action. Class 4A Sectional 24 First Round (Oct. 21) G1: Reitz at Bosse G2: Owen Valley at Central …

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Sep 23

Week 6 City & SIAC standings, schedules

Standings (going into tonight’s games) Team Overall SIAC City Castle 4-1 2-1 xxx Central 4-1 2-1 1-1 Harrison 4-1 2-1 2-1 Mater Dei 3-2 2-1 2-1 Memorial 4-1 2-1 2-1 Reitz 4-1 2-1 2-0 Bosse 0-5 0-3 0-2 North 2-3 0-3 0-3 Week 6 schedule (w/ AP rankings) Bosse at North, 7 p.m. (Bundrandt Stadium) …

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Dec 05

This Day in #ReitzFootball History (Dec. 5): Panthers fall in postseason city championship

ReitzFootball.com proudly presents “This Day in #ReitzFootball History,” as we look back through almost 100 years of The Mighty Panthers. Saturday, Dec. 5, 1931 Bosse 13, Reitz 0 Bosse Field Bosse earned a bit of revenge as they shutout the Panthers, 13-0, winning the city championship in a special postseason charity game. During part of the …

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Oct 09

Reitz 55, Bosse 0

The Panthers were in top form Friday night, defeating Bosse, 55-0, at Reitz Bowl for senior night. Reitz improved to 8-0 overall, 6-0 in the Southern Indiana Athletic Conference and 5-0 in the city, while the Bulldogs fell to 2-6, 1-5, 1-4. This sets up the much awaited battle of undefeateds for the West Side …

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