The Associated Press released their weekly High School Football rankings late Tuesday evening, and when the dust settled, eight Tri-State high schools found themselves ranked in the top ten of their respective classes.
The freight train that is the Gibson Southern Titans continued chugging along last weekend as they dismantled Brownstown Central at home 56-7 to set up a Semistate game with Indianapolis Bishop-Chatard this weekend. Coach Hart joined us earlier this week to discuss what his team needs to do in order to advance to the Class 3A State Title game next Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium.
In just four seasons as Head Football Coach at Gibson Southern, Nick Hart has completely transformed that program from a .500 team or worse more times than not, to a powerhouse that has only loss three regular season games since he took over in 2012. Coach joined us on Tuesday to discuss the keys to that success and what they need to do Friday night against Brownstown Central to advance to Semista
Friday night's Mater Dei versus Reitz game was an instant classic that fans on both sides will remember for a long time. Unfortunately, someone had to lose, and this time around that someone was the Panthers 29-28, causing a ripple effect that has shown itself in this week's Associated Press state rankings.
The final game of the regular season wrapped up Friday night for all schools in the Tri-State as they turn their attention to Sectionals this weekend. For the following seven young men, they made sure to end the regular season with a bang.
As is customary for the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA), the pairings for the upcoming Sectional round of the state tournament were announced on Sunday, one week before the regular season wraps up. The pairings announced show some teams will face familiar foes to open the tournament, while others will match up against teams they have not yet seen.