Tag: SIAC

Oct 14

It’s #ReitzvsMaterDei for #ReitzFootballFriday Week 9 presented by Tracy Zeller Jewelry

This Friday night, as they do every year, Reitz will battle Mater Dei for the West Side Nut Club Championship. But this year is different. The stakes have never been higher. True, both teams have been undefeated going into this game before. True, it has also been winner-take-all for the city and Southern Indiana Athletic …

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Oct 08

Reitz vs. Bosse: #ReitzFootballFriday Week 8 presented by Tracy Zeller Jewelry

The Panthers are back at Reitz Bowl for Senior Night Friday as they host the Bosse Bulldogs. Reitz, 7-0 overall, 5-0 in the Southern Indiana Athletic Conference and 4-0 in the city, will battle their ancient east side rivals, which sit at 2-5, 1-4, 1-3. The Panthers lead the series, which began in 1924, 64 …

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Sep 30

Reitz at North: #ReitzFootballFriday Week 7 presented by Tracy Zeller Jewelry

The Panthers are back on the road Friday night as they take on the North Huskies. Reitz, 6-0 overall, 3-0 in the Southern Indiana Athletic Conference and 2-0 in the city, will battle Bret Szabo’s north side squad, which is 1-5, 0-4, 0-4. The Panthers lead the series, which began in 1957, 48 games to …

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Sep 24

Reitz vs. Memorial: #ReitzFootballFriday Week 6 presented by Tracy Zeller Jewelry

It’ll be homecoming for the Panthers Friday night as they host the Tigers of Reitz Memorial High. Reitz (5-0 overall, 3-0 SIAC, 2-0 city) will battle Memorial (2-3, 2-1, 2-1), who shut out Bosse last week, 35-0. The Panthers lead the series, which began in 1925, 53 games to 33, with five ties. Additionally, Reitz …

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Sep 16

Reitz at Harrison: #ReitzFootballFriday Week 5 presented by Tracy Zeller Jewelry

The Panthers continue conference action Friday night as they take on the Warriors of William Henry Harrison High. Reitz (4-0 overall, 2-0 SIAC, 1-0 city) will travel to the east side to battle the Warriors (3-1, 2-0, 2-0), who are off to their best start since 2004. The Panthers lead the series, which began in …

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Sep 09

Reitz at Central: #ReitzFootballFriday Week 4 presented by Tracy Zeller Jewelry

The Panthers open city competition this Friday against Central as the oldest rivalry in Evansville is renewed once more. Reitz (3-0 overall, 1-0 SIAC, 0-0 city) will travel to Central Stadium to battle the Bears (3-0, 1-0, 1-0). The Panthers lead Central in the all-time series, 69 games to 30, with four ties. The series …

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Sep 01

Reitz at Castle: #ReitzFootballFriday Week 3 presented by Tracy Zeller Jewelry

The Panthers are off to a great start to the season, and are going into their SIAC schedule with a 2-0 record. They’ll open conference play against Castle (1-1) this Friday night at John Lidy Field. Reitz leads the Knights in the all-time series, 25 games to 20. Castle is coached by Doug Hurt, who …

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Aug 25

Reitz at Terre Haute South: #ReitzFootballFriday Week 2 presented by Tracy Zeller Jewelry

The Panthers started 2015 in exciting fashion by trouncing Henderson County, 62-14. Now they’ll go up against former Southern Indiana Athletic Conference rival, Terre Haute South (1-0), who won their opener against Evansville North, 26-7. The Braves were members of the SIAC from 1971 to 1981 and won three conference titles (1973, 1980, 1981). Additionally, …

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Dec 05

Two Panthers named first team AP All-State, six more honorable mention

Eight Panthers were included on the 2014 AP All-State team, with two making the first team and six more receiving honorable mention. Included on the first team were Malik Higgins at wide receiver and Josh Springer at punter. Receiving honorable mention were Will Brown (linebacker), Evan Deig (quarterback), Trevor Fetscher (defensive line), Isaac Flowers (defensive …

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Dec 01

Nine Panthers named All-SIAC

Nine Panthers were included on the 2014 All-SIAC team, which was released Monday by the Southern Indiana Athletic Conference. A.J. Ware (offensive line), Kerrion Ringo (wide receiver), Malik Higgins (runningback), Evan Deig (quarterback), Will Brown (linebacker) and Trevor Fetscher (defensive line), Isaac Flowers (defensive back) were named to the first team while Brock Ashworth (defensive …

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