Historical Reitz vs. Owen Valley articles from @courierpress


We’ve collected links to all the game previews and recaps for the Reitz-Owen Valley football series as covered by the Courier & Press.

PREVIEWS

RECAPS

Reitz leads the series, two games to none.

Higgins wins Week 10 Home Team Friday MVP


Malik Higgins was voted the Home Team Friday MVP for Week 10 by the visitors of TriStateHomepage.com. The running back/wide receiver racked up 162 yards and three touchdowns en route to the Panthers’ 59-35 win over Seymour last week.

Crowe, Deig voted Reis Tire Players of the Game


reis-potgThe Reitz Nation has spoken! The readers of ReitzFootball.com have selected Evan Deig and Caleb Crowe as the Offensive & Defensive Players of the Game!

Deig won with 65 votes (47%), while Crowe amassed 122 votes for 62%.

This was Deig’s third time winning Offensive Player of the Game, while Crowe won the defensive award for the first time.

===VOTING RESULTS===
Offensive                        Defensive
65 - Evan Deig                   122 - Caleb Crowe
31 - Malik Higgins               36 - Trevor Fetscher
21 - Kerrion Ringo               22 - Elijah Dunham
20 - Alex Malchioni              13 - Tanner Duran
2 - Offensive line               2 - Triston Hape
                                 1 - Aaron Euler
                                 1 - Bailey Sanford

Congratulations to these fine young men and the entire Reitz Football team!

2014 Offensive Players of the Game
Week 1: Malik Higgins
Week 2: Evan Deig
Week 3: Malik Higgins
Week 4: Evan Deig
Week 5: Malik Higgins
Week 6: Nate Hansen
Week 7: Jackson Barnes
Week 8: AJ Dixon & Malik Higgins
Week 9: Malik Higgins
Sectional First Round: Evan Deig

2014 Defensive Players of the Game
Week 1: Trevor Fetscher
Week 2: Trevor Fetscher
Week 3: Aaron Euler
Week 4: Entire defense
Week 5: Aaron Euler
Week 6: Ethan Robison
Week 7: Trevor Fetscher
Week 8: Ethan Robison
Week 9: Brock Ashworth
Sectional First Round: Caleb Crowe

Thank you to Reis Tire for their support of the our weekly Player of the Game fan vote!

ReitzFootball.com Players of the Game/Year Archive

Panthers in the Polls (& Owen Valley) Sectional Second Round


While the human polls and the PCS ended with the conclusion of the regular season, ReitzFootball.com will continue to track the computer rankings as the Mighty Panthers progress through the postseason.

Computer & other rankings (Current through Oct. 30)

Polls and rankings that ended with regular season

* – Rankings for Owen Valley are provided in parentheses

Reitz vs. Owen Valley: #ReitzFootballFriday Sectional Second Round presented by Tracy Zeller Jewelry


#RFFThe Mighty Panthers will host the Owen Valley Patriots Friday night in the second round of Class 4A Sectional 24.

Standing at 8-2, Owen Valley is having their best season since 2005 when they finished with the same record. The Patriots’ only losses were in September and they are now on a five-game winning streak.

The Panthers lead the series, 2-0, winning in 2007 and last year. Coach Hape is 17-5 overall and 1-0 against Owen Valley, while Patriot head coach Duane Potts is 64-67 overall and 0-2 against Reitz.

Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.

2014 Schedule/Results

Game previews

Statistics (on MaxPreps)

Historical information

Radio/TV/Internet

Thanks again to our friends at Tracy Zeller Jewelry for sponsoring #ReitzFootballFriday!

Year-to-date offensive, defensive stat leaders through Sectional First Round


Here are your offensive & defensive stat leaders through Friday night’s 59-35 win over Seymour. Thanks to Tom “Hawk” Guinn & Larry Ellington for faithfully compiling this information every week!

Offensive leaders

Passing leaders

  • Completions: 94 – Evan Deig
  • Attempts: 150 – Evan Deig
  • Yards: 1,579 – Evan Deig
  • Touchdowns: 25 – Evan Deig
  • Longest pass: 80 yards – Evan Deig

Rushing leaders

  • Carries: 151 – Malik Higgins
  • Yards: 1,631 – Malik Higgins
  • Longest run: 87 yards – Malik Higgins
  • Touchdowns: 19 – Malik Higgins

Receiving leaders

  • Receptions: 30 – Malik Higgins
  • Yards: 506 – Malik Higgins
  • Longest catch: 80 yards – Kerrion Ringo
  • Touchdowns: 10 – Nate Hansen

Combination yards

  • Total yards (rushing & passing): 1,654 – Evan Deig
  • Yards from scrimmage (rushing & receiving): 2,137 – Malik Higgins
  • All purpose yards (rushing, receiving & punt/kick/interception returns): 2,350 – Malik Higgins

Scoring

  • Touchdowns: 28 – Malik Higgins
  • Extra points: 43 – Drew Reuter
  • Two-point conversions: 1 – Nate Hansen
  • Field goals: 2 – Drew Reuter
  • Safeties: 0
  • Scoring: 168 points – Malik Higgins

Full offensive stats (on MaxPreps.com)

Defensive leaders

Tackles

  • Solo: 32 – Will Brown
  • Assists: 67 – Joey Diekman
  • Total: 76 – Will Brown

Sacks

  • Total: 5 – Brock Ashworth
  • Yards lost: 25 – Trevor Fetscher

Tackles for loss

  • Solo: 7 – Aaron Euler
  • Assists: 8 – Trevor Fetscher
  • Total: 12 – Trevor Fetscher
  • Yards lost: 32 – Tanner Duran

Turnovers & stuff

  • Interceptions: 5 – Isaac Flowers
  • Fumbles caused: 2 – Joey Diekman
  • Fumbles recovered: 2 – Trevor Fetscher
  • Passes deflected: 11 – Elijah Dunham
  • Hurried passes: 11 – Brock Ashworth
  • Blocked kicks: 3 – Isaac Flowers
  • Defensive score: 2 – Elijah Dunham

Full pdf files of defensive stats

Vote for the Sectional First Round Players of the Game brought to you by Reis Tire


reis-potgHere are the Sectional First Round nominees for the Reis Tire Player of the Game.

Voting will be online until Wednesday afternoon!

2014 Offensive Players of the Game
Week 1: Malik Higgins
Week 2: Evan Deig
Week 3: Malik Higgins
Week 4: Evan Deig
Week 5: Malik Higgins
Week 6: Nate Hansen
Week 7: Jackson Barnes
Week 8: AJ Dixon & Malik Higgins (tie)
Week 9: Malik Higgins

2014 Defensive Players of the Game
Week 1: Trevor Fetscher
Week 2: Trevor Fetscher
Week 3: Aaron Euler
Week 4: Reitz Defense
Week 5: Aaron Euler
Week 6: Ethan Robison
Week 7: Trevor Fetscher
Week 8: Ethan Robison
Week 9: Brock Ashworth

Player of the Game Archive

As always, thanks to Reis Tire for supporting ReitzFootball.com!

Reitz stops Seymour, 59-35


The Panthers used 49 unanswered first-half points to cruise to a 59-35 win Friday night over Seymour. Going into the game, the Owls had won two of their last three but were unable to use any momentum against the visitors, ranked No. 5 in Class 4A. Seymour finished 2-8.

Reitz, which improved to 9-1, will host Owen Valley (8-2) in the second round of the Class 4A Sectional 24 tournament next Friday. The Patriots advanced by downing Boonville, 28-21.

The winner of next week’s semifinal will earn a berth in the sectional championship game against the winner of the other semifinal (Jasper @ Central).

Game recaps

Game statistics

Panthers in the Polls (& Seymour): Week 10


Rankings for Seymour are provided below in parentheses.

Human polls

Computer rankings

Other rankings

  • INDIANA FOOTBALL DIGEST (COLTS.COM): #5 in Class 4A (Seymour is unranked)

Year-to-date offensive, defensive stat leaders through Week 9


Here are your offensive & defensive stat leaders through Friday night’s 28-21 loss to Mater Dei. Thanks to Tom “Hawk” Guinn & Larry Ellington for faithfully compiling this information every week!

Offensive leaders

Passing leaders

  • Completions: 85 – Evan Deig
  • Attempts: 139 – Evan Deig
  • Yards: 1,306 – Evan Deig
  • Touchdowns: 21 – Evan Deig
  • Longest pass: 80 yards – Evan Deig

Rushing leaders

  • Carries: 146 – Malik Higgins
  • Yards: 1,564 – Malik Higgins
  • Longest run: 87 yards – Malik Higgins
  • Touchdowns: 18 – Malik Higgins

Receiving leaders

  • Receptions: 27 – Malik Higgins
  • Yards: 391 – Malik Higgins
  • Longest catch: 80 yards – Kerrion Ringo
  • Touchdowns: 10 – Nate Hansen

Combination yards

  • Total yards (rushing & passing): 1,371 – Evan Deig
  • Yards from scrimmage (rushing & receiving): 1,955 – Malik Higgins
  • All purpose yards (rushing, receiving & punt/kick/interception returns): 2,168 – Malik Higgins

Scoring

  • Touchdowns: 25 – Malik Higgins
  • Extra points: 35 – Drew Reuter
  • Two-point conversions: 1 – Nate Hansen
  • Field goals: 1 – Drew Reuter
  • Safeties: 0
  • Scoring: 150 points – Malik Higgins

Full offensive stats (on MaxPreps.com)

Defensive leaders

Tackles

  • Solo: 32 – Will Brown
  • Assists: 67 – Joey Diekman
  • Total: 76 – Will Brown

Sacks

  • Total: 5 – Brock Ashworth
  • Yards lost: 25 – Trevor Fetscher

Tackles for loss

  • Solo: 7 – Aaron Euler
  • Assists: 8 – Trevor Fetscher
  • Total: 12 – Trevor Fetscher
  • Yards lost: 32 – Tanner Duran

Turnovers & stuff

  • Interceptions: 5 – Isaac Flowers
  • Fumbles caused: 2 – Joey Diekman
  • Fumbles recovered: 2 – Trevor Fetscher
  • Passes deflected: 11 – Elijah Dunham
  • Hurried passes: 9 – Brock Ashworth
  • Blocked kicks: 3 – Isaac Flowers
  • Defensive score: 1 – Will Brown, Elijah Dunham, Triston Hape & Malik Higgins

Full pdf files of defensive stats

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