Evansville Central High School Football History
Central is the oldest continuous high school west of the
Central was called Evansville High School from 1854
until 1918, when a second Evansville public high school
Evansville High School's football record from 1896,
when they began, until 1907 was 22-11-1.
In 1919, Central played their home games at Old
Baseball Park, located at Louisiana and Baker Avenues.
On October 18, 1929, Central played Bicknell in the
first ever night game in Evansville, defeating them 7 to
Central was part of the Indiana High School
Football Conference in the twenties and early thirties,
which featured several of the top teams in all of the
areas of the state.
Central High School has played North for the Buehler's
Buy-Low North Bowl Trophy during Week 9 of the
regular season every year since 1992.
All-time Evansville Central High School Football Scores
|Dwight B. Peabody (1919-1919)||7-2|
|C.V. Maple (1920-1920)||5-2-2|
|Herbert R. Henderson (1921-1924)||26-8-2|
|Ray Hanna (1925-1925)||10-1|
|Irvin "Chick" Springer (1926-1932)||39-23-6|
|Irvin "Chick" Springer & Daniel Orson Howard (1933-1933)||3-6-1|
|Daniel Orson Howard (1934-1965)||164-115-15|
|Ed Claybourne (1966-1971)||3-50-4|
|Dennis Sexton (1972-1980)||46-42|
|Don LeDuc (1982-1984)||9-21|
|Mike Owen (1986-2006)||102-113|
|Andy Owen (2007-2017)||78-47|