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HSFB HONOR ROLL: WEEK 3

Posted Sep 6, 2012

A look at the top performers from last weekend's Indiana High School Football games.


By Paul Condry and Matt Kopsea – Indiana Football Digest

TOP PERFORMANCES

Garry Posey carried the football 44 times for 405 yards and four touchdowns, helping Floyd Central cruise to 48-19 win over Madison. Gaige Klingsmith added a pair of scores for the Highlanders.

Aaron Daniel had a hand in six touchdowns in Charlestown’s 67-18 win over Clarksville. Daniel was 11-of-14 passing for 161 yards and three scores and ran 17 times for 173 yards and three more tallies. Clarksville quarterback Aidan McEwen was 14-of-23 for 200 yards and three touchdowns.

Before leaving with a season-ending leg injury, Adam Neely had 22 carries for 172 yards and three touchdowns as Columbia City rolled to a 24-13 win over Bellmont. Ryan Romakowski tallied 12 tackles for the Eagles. Brad Busse had 24 carries for 136 yards and one score, and Jacob Bergman passed for 193 yards and one score for Bellmont.

Markell Jones ran 11 times for 193 yards and four touchdowns as Columbus East rolled to a 60-14 win over Seymour. Christian Wichman added three scores as the Olympians recorded their 36th consecutive Hoosier Hills Conference win.

Blake Dailey ran for 305 yards and four touchdowns, leading Mississinewa to a 46-25 win over Frankton. Nic Clark had 16 rushes for 166 yards and three scores for Frankton.

Quarterback Frank Karczewski passed for 195 yards (10-of-15) and three touchdowns in South Bend Adams' 22-12 win over S.B. Clay. Gavin Miller ran 15 times for 134 yards, and Matt Pinter hauled in two touchdown passes to help the Eagles improve to 3-0 for the first time since 1985. Mitch Hartman tossed for 224 yards and two scores, and Wesley Thomas had five catches for 138 yards and one touchdown for the Colonials, who had their 14-game winning streak against Adams snapped.

Lewis Cass quarterback Sheldon Slusser passed for 144 yards and two scores and ran for 44 yards and another score in a 35-18 win over Northwestern. Justin Downhour caught a pair of touchdowns passes for the Kings. Trevor Richmond was 12-of-24 for 242 yards and a score, and James Herrington added 103 yards in receptions for the Tigers.

Grant Weatherford returned two punts for touchdowns and caught a pass for a third score in Hamilton Heights' 59-7 win over Maconaquah. Tyler Triesch added 10 carries for 136 yards and three scores for the Huskies.

Before exiting with an injury, Eastbrook’s Jacob Singer accumulated 158 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 10 carries during a 50-6 triumph over Alexandria.

Elkhart Central quarterback Nick Faus went 26-of-39 for 458 yards and five touchdowns in a 51-42 win over S.B. Washington. Spencer Schnell added nine catches for 197 yards and two scores, and Blake Faus tallied seven catches for 110 yards and a score for the Blazers, who are 3-0 for the first time since 2004. Daigien Morgan finished 29-of-45 for 389 yards and three touchdowns and ran 13 times for 89 yards and two scores for the Panthers. Antwon Ivery had 14 catches for 201 yards and one score, and Christian Campbell chipped in seven receptions for 117 yards and one score for Washington. Jeremiah Johnson added six catches for 105 yards and one touchdown, and Jarvis Mitchell tallied 10 tackles for the Panthers.

Taylor Kidd ran 23 times for 145 yards and two touchdowns in Richmond’s 47-34 win over Anderson. Justyn Curtis added 210 yards passing and three scores for the Red Devils.

Chris Terry completed 11-of-16 passes for 179 yards and five touchdowns, leading Carroll (Allen) to a 56-7 win over Norwell.

Trevor Berg ran for 196 yards Saturday in Andrean’s 56-14 win over Gary West.

James Antonoglou ran for 174 yards and three touchdowns, helping Union City cruise to a 34-13 win over Union County. Antonoglou also caught a touchdown pass and grabbed an interception for the Indians.

Michael Copeland had 34 carries for 199 yards and four touchdowns, leading Kokomo to a 42-28 win over Muncie Central. Tayler Parsons added two scores for the Wildkats, who have won 37 straight North Central Conference games.

Nick Dobkins and Wade Young both went over the 100-yard in rushing as New Prairie improved to 3-0 for the first time since 2000 with a 41-14 win over Bremen. Dobkins had 11 carries for 125 yards and two touchdowns and Young added 119 yards and one score on 23 attempts. Quarterback Kai Slough completed 14-of-32 passes for 215 yards and two touchdowns for the Lions.

Carson Davis carried the football 11 times for 154 yards and two scores, leading Attica to a 49-14 win over Seeger. Brady Sheridan threw and ran for touchdowns for the Red Ramblers.

Warsaw running back Tristan McClone ran 32 times for 248 yards and two touchdowns in a 26-7 win over Plymouth. Austin Head passed and ran for scores for the Tigers.

Tyler Ellis had 11 carries for 100 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Monrovia to 63-0 shutout over Cloverdale. Lane Cooper chipped in two scores, and L.J. Adams added three quarterback sacks, six solo tackles, and a fumble recovery for the Bulldogs.

Michael Duane ran five times for 143 yards and three touchdowns in Fountain Central’s 65-6 thrashing of Riverton Parke.

Matt Monserez was 16-of-24 for 177 yards and three touchdowns as S.B. St. Joseph posted a 34-20 win over Mishawaka. Sophomore back Tajah Smith added 19 carries for 156 and two scores, and Eric Mossey had a pair of touchdown catches for the Indians. Matt Carver had two touchdown runs for the Cavemen.

North Putnam quarterback Trevor Smith was 10-of-15 for 131 yards and two touchdowns in a 26-14 win over Cascade. Kaleb Belcher added two scores for the Cougars.

Lawrenceburg running back Chad Banschbach ran 25 times for 275 yards and three touchdowns in a 45-16 thrashing of Milan. Banschbach added three catches for 62 yards and one score. Gavin Detraz completed 10-of-24 for 158 yards and one touchdown for Milan.

Zach Oakley ran seven times for 97 yards and four touchdowns and threw for 196 yards, leading Penn to a 55-28 win over Mishawaka Marian. Joey Kline returned a blocked punt 19 yards for a score, and Matt Wirick added a 79-yard punt return for a tally for the Kingsmen. Michael Whitfield ran for a touchdown and caught a pass for another score, and Vince Ravotto passed and ran for scores for the Knights.

Sawyer Arnold tossed for 147 yards and two touchdowns, leading South Putnam to a 27-0 win over Rockville. Justin Bumgardner had five catches for 126 yards and a score, and Lucas Lorian added 110 yards rushing and one score for the Eagles. Brandon Smith chipped in two touchdowns for South Putnam.

C.J. McMann passed for two scores and ran for another score in Western Boone's 24-9 triumph over Danville. Garrett Alexander added a 46-yard interception return for a score, seven solo tackles, and three assists for the Stars. LV Bowden chipped in eight solo and seven assisted tackles for Western Boone.

Joey Miller and Sam Kiser scored two touchdowns apiece as Pioneer rolled up 534 yards rushing during a 62-3 drubbing of South Newton.

Garrett quarterback Noah Follett was 4-of-5 for 189 yards and three touchdowns in Garrett's 56-6 drubbing of West Noble. Cole Wilson hauled in two passes for 107 yards and two scores, and Brandon Porter added a 70-yard touchdown reception and a 95-yard kickoff return for another tally for the Railroaders. West Noble running back Erik Mawhorter had 24 carries for 107 yards and one score.

Derek Hiler had 17 rushes for 133 yards and one touchdown, leading Glenn to a 33-17 triumph over Knox. Adam Dodson had a pair of scores for the Falcons, and Nevin Miller ran and passed for touchdowns for Knox.

Andrew Snyder and Christian Smith tallied two touchdowns apiece in Frankfort’s 48-7 win over Crawfordsville.

Saul Carmona's two-yard run with five seconds left allowed S.B. Riley to escape with a 21-18 win over Hammond Gavit.

Blake Howell carried the football 15 times for 235 yards and two touchdowns, helping Evansville North post a 21-20 win over Evansville Memorial. Drew Walters added 11 solo tackles and two interceptions for the Huskies. Memorial quarterback Dane Hurley was 14-of-28 for 225 yards and one score, and running back McKinley Warren tallied 128 yards rushing and one touchdown on 29 attempts. Kelsey Coslett had a hand in 11.5 tackles for the Tigers.

Jaden Reneau led a balanced attack with 109 yards rushing and one score on 20 attempts in Tri-Central’s 44-35 win over Carroll (Flora). Ryan Spesard ran for 93 yards and three touchdowns for Carroll.

Ryan McKibbin passed for 220 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a third score as Concord downed NorthWood, 28-7, to record its 16th straight Northern Lakes Conference win. Adam Landers added three catches for 137 yards, including a 94-yard touchdown for the Minutemen.

Chase Burton was 14-of-16 for 376 yards and four touchdowns in Corydon Central's 70-27 pounding of Silver Creek. Alex McAfee added 12 carries for 101 yards and two scores for the Panthers. Tyler Ross had three catches for 118 yards and one score, Brayden Lander chipped in five receptions for 107 yards and one score, and Dylan Jensen's two grabs for 87 yards both resulted in touchdowns for Corydon. Brooks Howell completed 10-of-28 passes for 143 yards and two touchdowns for the Dragons.

Joe Horvath led a balanced attack with 96 yards rushing and four touchdowns, lifting Chesterton to a 55-0 shutout over Michigan City. Chris Katsofaros added 126 yards (10-of-13) and one score through the air for the Trojans, who racked up 421 yards rushing.

Eric Schreiber passed for 199 yards and a touchdown in Hammond’s 48-18 win over Bowman Academy. Jesse Woods-Curtis added 114 yards rushing for the Wildcats. Antonio Pipkin threw for 247 yards and a score, and James Taylor added 158 yards rushing for the Eagles.

Maurice Woodard had 14 rushes for 198 yards and four touchdowns as West Lafayette accumulated 412 yards rushing in a 42-0 shutout over Delphi.

Conner Sheehan threw for 238 yards and four touchdowns, guiding Heritage to a 49-13 win over Woodlan. Brenton Lockett ran for two scores, and Zach Toles caught a pair of scores for the Patriots.

Owen Mattingly had 17 carries for 108 yards and one touchdown in Providence’s 28-7 win over Holy Cross (Ky.). Matt Bell added two scores for the Pioneers.

Jalen West passed for 138 yards and three touchdowns, helping North Montgomery post a 32-12 win over Southmont. West also had 10 carries for 73 yards, and Tyler Webster had a hand in 13 tackles for the Chargers.

Tanner Adams had scoring runs of five, 10, and 28 yards in Jimtown's 34-0 shutout of LaVille. The Jimmies surrendered 36 total yards and have not allowed a point this season.

Jesse Tompkins had 17 carries for 136 yards and two touchdowns in Columbus North's 40-13 triumph over Bloomington North. Signal caller Michael Vogel was 5-of-13 for 209 yards and one score and ran for another tally, and wide out Skyler Farmer added three catches for 152 yards and one score for the Bulldogs. Joseph Gedeon connected on field goals of 26 and 33 yards along with four extra-points for North.

Collin Stevens passed for 149 yards and one touchdown and ran for another score, helping Culver pick up its first win of the year with a 37-19 triumph over Triton. Tucker Schultz added 123 yards on the ground and one score for the Cavaliers. Quarterback Bryson Mosier threw three touchdown passes to Grant Stichter to lead the Trojans.

In a 17-7 victory, Kankakee Valley's defense recorded 10 tackles for loss, seven sacks, and held arch-rival Lowell to 109 total yards of offense as they secured the coveted Milk Can trophy for the first time since its inception in 1993. The Kougars were led by Johnny Williams (13 tackles, three sacks and two tackles for loss). Johnny Morrison had eight tackles with two sacks. K.V. is 3-0 on the season for the first time since 1984.

Valparaiso ’s Andrew Kittridge rushed 10 times for 104 yards and hauled in three passes for 60 yards as the Vikings defeated LaPorte, 55-10.

Hudson Featherstone had 95 yards rushing and two touchdowns in Western’s 51-0 blanking of Taylor. Drew Bellus added 108 yards through the air and pair of touchdown passes to Ronnie Smith for the Panthers.

Merrillville racked up 509 yards of total offense with 21 first downs as the Pirates won the 72nd battle between the Bucs and Crown Point. Senior signal caller Jake Raspopovich rushed for 104 yards with one touchdown and passed for 220 yards with a score for the Bucs. Senior Dylon Collins also rushed for 114 yards with a touchdown for Merrillville. In a losing effort, Jake Jatis threw for 225 yards and two scores for the Dogs.

Quarterback Tarran Townsend went 5-of-9 for 184 yards and three touchdowns in Peru’s 41-40 win over Eastern (Greentown).

South Central's junior quarterback Kyle Sturdy and senior running back Alec Sturdy – combined for 247 rushing yards and three touchdowns to lead the Satellites in a 20-0 shutout over Hammond Bishop Noll.

Lake Central ’s David Yancey ran for 221 yards and four touchdowns as the Indians recorded a 40-17 win over Portage.

Koye Kaiser rushed for five touchdowns, and the Linton-Stockton defense held Wood Memorial to only 55 yards of offense in a 61-6 win. Linton senior quarterback Austin Karazsia completed 14 of 19 passes for 155 yards and two touchdown passes to help the Miners improve to 3-0 on the season

Whiting junior quarterback AJ Veloz was 13-of-18 passing for 226 yards and three touchdowns in a 34-7 win over Wheeler. The win ended Wheeler's 36-winning streak in the Greater South Shore Conference. Patrick Petruf caught five passes for 134 yards and two touchdowns, and Justin Jendreas hauled in four passes for 76 yards with a touchdown, rushed for another score and had two interceptions on the defensive side of the ball for the Oilers.

Homestead quarterback Matt Skowronek was 19-of-24 for 299 yards and five touchdowns as the Spartans cruised to a 65-21 win over East Noble. Skowronek also ran for a score, and Frank Martin tallied 146 yards rushing and one touchdown for Homestead. Indiana recruit Isaac Griffith had seven catches for 171 yards and two scores for the Spartans. Nic Weimer finished 19-of-36 for 262 yards and a touchdown, and Lake Clark added six receptions for 127 yards for the Knights.

Cameron Kitson had 22 carries for 204 yards and three touchdowns in Fairfield's 48-27 win over Fremont. Kitson also had five catches for 83 yards, and Garrett Scott ran for two scores and passed for another for the Falcons. Nate Beatty had three catches for 133 yards and two scores and ran 11 times for 106 yards for Fremont. Chandler McDowell passed for 164 yards and two scores, and Ricky Short added eight rushes for 101 yards and one score for the Eagles.

Ben Heller ran for three touchdowns and passed for 157 yards in Greenwood's 41-40 win over Martinsville. Kole Stegner added 155 yards rushing and one score for the Woodmen. Mason Kutruff threw for 293 yards and four touchdowns, and Spencer Clephane hauled in three touchdown passes and ran for another score for Martinsville.

Timmy Mills scored a pair of touchdowns, including a 46-yard romp in the fourth quarter, helping Lafayette Central Catholic hold on for a 17-12 win over Twin Lakes. Quarterback Cameron Bennington tossed two touchdown passes for the Indians.

David Morrison passed for 125 yards and three touchdowns as Fort Wayne Concordia Lutheran snapped a nine-game losing streak with a 40-17 win over F.W. Wayne.

Conner Rice was 14-of-28 for 215 yards and three touchdowns in Indianapolis Cathedral's 33-27 loss to Cincinnati St. Xavier (Ohio).

Ben Shriver tossed for 245 yards and a score, helping Tippecanoe Valley cruise to a 51-14 victory over Manchester. Justin Gunter added two touchdowns, including a 75-yard kickoff return, for the Vikings.

John Lampe came off the bench to go 23-of-30 for 232 yards and two touchdowns in Carmel's 31-21 win over Center Grove. Austin Roberts added nine catches for 117 yards for the Greyhounds.

Anthony Moore ran 13 times for 160 yards and two touchdowns, leading New Haven to a 47-7 win over DeKalb. Kevin Ware added a pair of scores for the Bulldogs.

Pete Hartley tallied 177 yards rushing and two touchdowns, including the game-winning two-yard run in the second overtime, helping Indianapolis Bishop Chatard post a 28-25 win over Indianapolis Roncalli.

Tanner Hughes had 23 carries for 132 yards and a touchdown in Whitko's 42-20 win against Southwood. Alex Stoddard added 109 yards passing and two scores for the Wildcats. Running back Nathan Hollars carried the ball 29 times for 202 yards and two scores for the Knights.

Freshman running back Toks Akinribade ran 23 times for 136 yards and three touchdowns, leading Brownsburg to a 42-14 win over Hamilton Southeastern. Ian Good added a pair of scores for the Bulldogs.

C.J. Jackson accumulated over 300 total yards and two touchdowns in F.W. Wayne North's 26-13 upset of F.W. Bishop Dwenger. Jackson ran 23 times for 177 yards and threw for 125 yards. Cody Miller threw for 214 yards and a touchdown for Dwenger.

Jasper running back Cole Sermersheim had 15 carries for 151 yards and three touchdowns, helping the Wildcats to a 49-0 shutout of Boonville.

Quarterback Parker Dunshee passed for 167 yards and ran for two scores in Zionsville's 28-0 win over Noblesville.

Noah Follett was 4-of-5 for 189 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another tally, leading Garrett to a 56-6 drubbling of West Noble. Brandon Porter added two touchdowns, including a 95-yard kickoff return for the Railroaders.

Austin Leclere and Dakota Schaad each had two touchdowns in Perry Central's 42-0 shutout over Crawford County.

Austin Blevins accumulated 190 yards rushing and four touchdowns, leading Plainfield to a 55-7 thumping of Mooresville.

Sam Walters threw for 165 yards and a pair of touchdown passes to Jackson Boyce as Leo blanked Adams Central, 34-0. Reid Rohrbacher added two scores for the Lions.

Colton Wilder was 16-of-22 for 350 yards and two touchdowns in Princeton's 50-32 win over Washington. Wilder added a scoring run, and Deon Hardiman rushed 25 times for 150 yards and three scores for the Tigers.

Harvey Allen ran for 142 yards and two scores, leading Fishers to a 40-30 win against Westfield.

Chantz Marlatt tallied 205 yards rushing and four touchdowns and also caught a pass for a score in West Central's 62-6 thrashing of Tri-County. Michael Hamilton added 132 yards passing and a pair touchdown passes to Spencer Holliday for the Trojans.

Logan Beaman ran eight times for 138 yards, lifting Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter to a 63-0 shutout over Lapel. Jake Purichia went 8-of-10 for 101 yards and two touchdown passes to Alex Parrett for the Raiders.

Daniel Perez had a pair of touchdown runs in Southridge's 41-0 blanking of Forest Park.

Derrick Sorenson ran 25 times for 100 yards and two scores as Wawasse escaped with a 24-23 overtime win over Northridge. Jordan Acton added a 21-yard field and the game winning extra-point for the Warriors. Wawasee quarterback Gage Reinhard was 11-of-21 for 189 yards and one score, and wide out Gabe Rhodes caught five passes for 105 yards.

Dokken Egenolf rambled for 151 yards and three touchdowns in Indian Creek's 42-32 win over Eastern Hancock. It was the 100th win for Indian Creek coach Mike Gillin at the school. Derrik Noel had 110 yards in receptions and two scores for Eastern Hancock.

Reece Miller had 109 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 11 attempts, lifting Tell City to a 14-7 win over South Spencer.

Anthony Burnett had 258 yards on the ground and four scores, leading Mount Vernon (Fortville) to a 52-14 triumph over Yorktown.

Malcolm Marshall ran for two touchdowns and scored a pair of two-point conversions in Bluffton's 24-6 win over South Adams.

Kyle Castner was 15-of-29 for 198 yards and two scores in Indianapolis Ben Davis' 19-6 win over Indianapolis North Central.

Nolan Goebel had 23 rushes for 151 yards and two touchdowns, helping Evansville Mater Dei post a 36-21 win over Evansville Harrison.

Isaiah Townsend tallied 197 yards rushing in Lawrence Central's 42-6 thrashing of Perry Meridian. Drake Christian added 108 yards on the ground, and Alex Rodriguez had 101 for the Bears.

Matt Hunt was 14-of-19 for 241 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another score, leading Heritage Christian to a 36-20 win over Culver Military Academy. John Bryant had six catches for 106 yards, and Jordan Miller added 10.5 tackles for the Eagles. Hayes Barnes threw for a pair of scores for CMA.

Zach Lubbehusen and Miles Kline scored two touchdowns apiece in Heritage Hills' 56-7 thrashing of Pike Central.

Quarterback Michael Myers passed for 256 yards and one score in Guerin Catholic's 49-21 loss to Alter (Ohio).

Jason Nicodemus had 12 carries for 169 yards and two scores, helping Churubusco roll to a 42-0 win over Prairie Heights. Jay Petrie added a pair of touchdown passes for the Eagles.

Taylor Sanders ran for 127 yards and three touchdowns, leading Indianapolis Pike to a 55-12 win over Southport.

Castle quarterback Mitch Giles enjoyed a successful 2012 debut by going 14-of-31 for 210 yards and three touchdowns to go along with 15 carries for 69 yards and one score in the Knights' 33-13 win over Evansville Reitz. Andrew Finch added 24 carries for 101 yards and one score for Castle. Ke'Andre Vaughn paced Reitz with 17 rushes for 108 yards and a touchdown.

Tyler Holt threw for two touchdowns and ran for a third score as Indianapolis Brebeuf rolled to a 50-12 win over Indianapolis Broad Ripple. Carl Vander Kody added six catches for 107 yards and one score for the Braves.

Cory Troyer carried the football four times for 96 yards and four touchdowns in Lakeland's 65-13 victory over Central Noble. Signal caller William Kelly added three scoring passes for the Lakers. Alex Vice had 11 rushes for 135 yards and two touchdowns for the Cougars.

Tyler Katschke had 181 yards rushing and three touchdowns, guiding Winamac to a 42-32 win against North White. Colin Heilman ran for 92 yards and two scores and threw for 167 yards for North White.

Jordan Jackson tallied four touchdowns in Decatur Central's 38-21 win over Whiteland. Dakota Sidwell added 28 carries for 171 yards and one score for the Hawks.

Fort Wayne Snider signal caller Brandon Phelps went 5-of-8 for 132 yards and three touchdowns in the Panthers' 48-14 triumph over F.W Northrop. Colin Brockhouse finished 19-of-40 for 263 yards and two scores for the Bruins.

Anthony Green ran five times for 115 yards and two scores, leading Avon to a 51-6 drubbing of Lafayette Harrison.

Austin Guthrie scored a pair of touchdowns, including an 85-yard kickoff return, in Mount Vernon (Posey)'s 38-19 loss to Mount Carmel (Ill.).

Deondra Williamson returned a punt and interception for scores, leading Indianapolis Tech to a 66-18 win over Indianapolis Northwest. James Gilbert had eight rushes for 118 yards and two touchdowns and Michael Graham tallied two scores for the Titans. Tech quarterback Deonta’ Murray passed for two scores and ran for a third. Delmario Lasley was 18-of-31 for 198 yards and three touchdowns, and Myles Livingston caught eight passes for 181 yards and two scores for Northwest.

Kaleb Belcher had a pair of scores in North Putnam's 26-14 win over Cascade.

Darian Green’s 72-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter was the difference as Lafayette Jeff held on for a 29-23 win over McCutcheon. Green finished with 196 yards rushing and two scores.

Quarterback Jake Hendershot threw for three touchdowns and ran for two scores, leading Tri-West to a 40-16 win over Lebanon. Austin Lazaro caught a pair of touchdowns for the Bruins.

Drew Bradley had 12 carries for 184 yards and three touchdowns as Owen valley rolled to a 58-0 win over South Vermillion. Larry Shaffer had 100 yards and two scores on 11 attempts, and Gunnar Rannard was 9-of-11 for 122 yards and two touchdowns for the Patriots.

Austin Anglea was 12-of-19 for 188 yards and three touchdown passes in Speedway's 54-21 thrashing of Lebanon. Justin Brent added four catches for 96 yards and a pair of touchdowns for the Sparkplugs. Corey Ross had eight rushes for 104 yards and two scores, and Nathan Lowery tallied 10 tackles for the winners.

Jeff George Jr. passed for three touchdowns as Warren Central rolled to a 66-7 win over Lawrence North. Shaquille Breeding added 10 carries for 85 yards and three scores for the Warriors.

Elliot Green accounted for 103 yards rushing and three scores in Greensburg's 31-15 win over Franklin.

Anthony Hunt ran 19 times for 167 yards and two touchdowns, leading East Chicago Central to a 32-20 win over Gary Roosevelt. Carlos Fernandez passed for 140 yards and two scores, and LaRunte Fairley tallied a pair of scores for the Cardinals.

Bo Bullard’s 34 carries for 135 yards and two touchdowns were not enough as Huntington North posted a 26-20 overtime win over Logansport. It was the first triumph for new Huntington North coach Trent Fine. Isaac Eastburn added 148 yards and one score for the Berries.

Quentin Douglass passed for three touchdowns and returned an interception for another score, leading Caston to a 41-6 win over Frontier.

Mason Bechdolt and Bryce Dishman scored two touchdowns each in Delta’s 48-8 thrashing of Greenfield-Central. Joe Spegal ran eight times for 149 yards and one score, and Alex Fuatavai had two interceptions for the Eagles.

Jared Groomer had 39 carries for 170 yards and four touchdowns to go along with a pair of two-point conversions in Eastern Greene’s 42-39 win over North Daviess. Briar Martindale was 10-of-13 for 164 yards and one score and also ran a touchdown for the Thunderbirds. Colton Lengacher accumulated 289 yards and five touchdowns on 21 attempts for North Daviess.

Tuwan Payton ran 10 times for 113 yards and three scores in New Albany’s 42-13 win over Jennings County. Michael Diehl ran and threw for scores for the Bulldogs.

Austin Barker ran for two touchdowns, passed for two scores, and returned a punt for another tally, leading North Miami to a 33-12 win over Northfield.

Chris Barrett II completed 6-of-8 passes for 137 yards and two scores in Terre Haute North’s 55-0 shutout of Northview. Ricky Brookins added nine carries for 133 yards and two touchdowns, and Brother Scank tallied two scores for the Patriots.

Danny Creasey carried the football 24 times for 147 yards and four touchdowns, lifting West Vigo to a 40-19 win over Brown County. Eric Dowell tallied two scores for Brown County.

Purdue recruit Danny Etling completed 11-of-18 passes for 204 yards and one touchdown and also ran for a score as Terre Haute South rolled to a 34-0 win over Vincennes Lincoln. Tyler Seibert added two scores for the Braves.

For the second straight week, Jeffersonville quarterback Tyler Frindley threw five touchdowns, helping the Red Devils to a 41-26 win over Bedford North Lawrence.

Payne Fortner tossed a pair of touchdown passes in Sullivan’s 20-6 win over North Knox.   

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