SPECIAL NOTICE: NHS
RECORDS needs old North Football Stats.
Click here to see what years
we are missing. We'll pay copying fees. We'll even pay a
reasonable finder's fee. We've got everything since 1993, but
click to see what we need.
HELP US OUT!
statistics records husky SIAC green white Tim Grimm all-time Huskies southwestern Indiana athletic conference Huskies North football basketball varsity history All-City teams stats S.I.A.C. All-Decade hall of fame Deke Cooper Mike Wilson Bob Ford Dave Schellhaus Rick Stippler Evansville Indiana All-State All-Metro Kiwanis Scot Bunnell recordbook stats SIAC awards Husky Huskys players city champs Husky records Huskys all-conference highlights sports champ champions time leaders scoring touchdowns field goals free throws 3-point three-point varsity jay-vee junior jayvee
WILDCATS DOMINATE IN 38-20 HUSKY LOSS
The Mater Dei Wildcats owned both sides of the line of scrimmage en route to a 38-20 win over North. The visitors successfully converted 9 of 13 third or fourth down opportunities as they scored points on six of their first seven possessions. Simultaneously, they held the Huskies to just 3 successful conversions on 14 opportunities.
The Wildcats sustained drives with the strength of their offensive line and shut down North’s offense with their defensive front seven. As a result, the Huskies never seriously contended in the game after the first quarter of play.
After Mater Dei drove 77 yards in nine plays—eight on the ground—for their opening score, North was hoping for good field position on the ensuing kickoff. If there were to be fireworks, the Husky faithful knew to whom to look for the spark to ignite them: senior Shawn Coane. Once again, the agile senior fulfilled expectations.
Catching the kickoff outside the right hash mark at the 16 yard line, Coane quickly made his way back to the center of the field . A wedge formed ahead of him and a collection of blockers walled off the left side of the defense as he caught up to them. The wall gave him a chance to check up and search for the correct path through the center of the coverage and he found it.
Coane jetted forward, veered right, and then, near midfield, cut to his left. Senior Adra Armstead laid out the last defender with a block and Coane was off to the races. A Wildcat managed to snag an ankle at the 15 yard line, but he regained his balance and made his way into the end zone and tied the game at 7 all.
EVANSVILLE NORTH HIGH SCHOOL HUSKIES VARSITY FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL RECORD BOOK -- EVANSVILLE, INDIANA
CREATED BY: WWW.WEBFISCH.ORG