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FEB 14: ADDED CENTRAL STAT PACKAGE
JAN 24: ADDED MT VERNON STAT PACKAGE
NOV 1: ADDED BLOOMINGTON NORTH STATS AND GAME WRITE UP
OCT 18: ADDED CENTRAL STATS AND GAME WRITE UP
OCT 12: ADDED JASPER STATS AND GAME WRITE UP
OCT 2: ADDED VINCENNES STATS AND GAME WRITE UP
SEP 27: ADDED 2010's ALL DECADE TEAM SELECTIONS
SEP 27: ADDED MATER DEI STATS AND GAME WRITE UP
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HUSKIES KNOCK OFF KNIGHTS 63-61 IN SECTIONAL OPENER
The North Huskies' most satisfying win of the season came in the opening round of the Sectional as they knocked off tournament favorite Castle by a score of 63-61. The game was not as close as the score might indicate. The Huskies led by as many as 10 points with under a minute-thirty to play--missed free throws and a pair of final minute turnovers contributed to a last second score that made the game appear closer than it was.
The Huskies built and maintained a double digit lead throughout most of the fourth period on the strength of marksman-like shooting. Junior Ryan Caddell hit all three of his three point attempts and went eight for eight from the free throw line on his way to a team high 18 points. Senior Chandler Moore made three of his last four three-point attempts, and junior Aidan Blackford buried his only three of the game as the buzzer went off to finish the third period. Leading by ten with 2:40 to play, North spread their offense out and made multiple baskets driving to the basket. Unfortunately when the shots were thwarted by Castle fouls, the Huskies missed the free throws and allowed the Knights to shorten the gap. Caddell, a 95% free throw shooter, ironed things out for the Huskies by stepping up and making six straight from the stripe after others had missed four-in-a-row.
ICE COLD HUSKIES DROP DECISION TO REITZ 49-37
North's season ended with a 17% shooting performance from three point range in a Sectional Semi-Final loss to eventual tournament champion Reitz. Worth noting was the "bush league" play by Reitz in which one of their players upended North senior Chandler Moore as he streaked to the basket for an uncontested lay-up. With North trailing by just four points and only four minutes to play, Moore stole the ball and was driving to the basket. A Reitz player trailed from behind and, in a desperation attempt to prevent the leaping Moore from scoring, drove underneath the Husky, flipped him upside down and onto his face. As Moore lay on the ground, having lost two teeth as a result of the blatantly flagrant foul, the Reitz player celebrated his success at preventing the certain basket.
In a decision that represented an unspeakable lack-of-awareness, the referees conferred and determined the Reitz player had made a "basketball move" to prevent the basket and ruled the play a 'regular foul' rather than either an intentional foul or technical foul. Instead of two free throws for the shooting foul, two more for the intentional, and the ball out with 3:30 to play, a 'cold' player was inserted into the lineup for Moore--bloodied and dazed by his fall to the floor--and only one free throw was made. Reitz got the ball out and the game went on--without Moore.
The 'basketball move' could only be considered a basketball move if it were completed on a grid-iron somewhere on the west side of Evansville.
DYLAN McKINNEY SELECTED PLAYER OF THE DECADE
www.nhsrecords.com is pleased to announce the selection of its North Football 2010-2019 ALL DECADE TEAM. As has been the case for previous decades, a complete team of 24 players are selected from the 'Best Of The Best' and recorded in the Hall Of Fame section of the site. In order to qualify, a player must have been selected to either the Courier's All-Metro team, the Downtown Quarterback Club All-City team, or chosen first or second team All-SIAC by the Evansville varsity football coaches.
For the decade of the 2010's, a trio of finalists were chosen for "Player Of The Decade". The three included Indiana Football Coaches Association (IFCA) All-State linebackerCage Street who set the school's all-time record for solo unassisted tackles; Chase Whitler, a two time All-Metro selection who ranks in the top three in receptions and top ten in tackles, and Associated Press (A.P.) First Team All-State wide receiver/running back Dylan McKinney.
Based upon his overall impact on his team's performance, his ability to change the outcome of a game, his dual A.P. and IFCA All-State selections, and his three year performance that ranked him among the school's all time leading scorers,Dylan McKinney was declared this decade's Honoree.
The complete list of offense, defense, and kickers may be found at http://www.nhsrecords.com/hof/10alldec.html
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