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HSFB HONOR ROLL: WEEK 7

Posted Oct 4, 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

North Central (Farmersburg) junior running back Chase VanSchoyck established a new IHSAA record for yards rushing in a game with 511 yards in the Thunderbirds’ 67-0 blanking of Riverton Parke. VanSchoyck, who had 33 carries and seven touchdown, broke the previous mark of 489 yards by Otis Shannon of Indianapolis Cathedral in 1999.

Senior Dylon Collins established a new school record with 305 yards rushing in Merrillville’s 66-41 victory over Valparaiso. The two teams combined for 44 first downs and a new state record of 1,228 yards, which breaks the previous high of 1,210 yards established by Mt. Vernon (Fortville) and Pendleton Heights in 2004. Col1ins, who had scoring runs of 92, 90, 5, and 5 yards, broke the previous mark of 249 yards held by George Uremovich and now has 1,001 yards and 10 touchdowns for the season. Classmate Courtney Berry had eight catches for 200 yards and one score, and Jake Raspopovich completed 17-of-20 passes for 331 yards and four touchdowns for the Pirates. The senior Raspopovich has now thrown for 1,462 yards (82-of-134) and 16 touchdowns. Kicker Matt Warren shattered his own school best mark of eight extra points with nine PAT’s for Merrillville. Junior Davis Hittinger went 14-of-28 for 258 yards and three touchdowns, and senior Stephen Simms hauled in five catches for 131 yards and three scores to go along with 12 rushes for 99 yards for the Vikings.

Sullivan quarterback Payne Fortner threw for a school record 430 yards and six touchdowns in the Golden Arrows’ 56-6 triumph over Brown County. The senior Fortner completed 22-of-30 passes, including two scores each to Jake Kinnaman and Zach Willis.

Plymouth senior Ike Kastner ran for two touchdowns and passed for a third score in the Rockies’ 31-28 upset of Concord. The loss snapped Concord’s 18-game Northern Lakes Conference winning streak. Kastner finished with 24 carries for 82 yards and 51 yards passing. Sam Stevens added 14 rushes for 98 yards and one score for the Rockies. The senior Stevens has 140 attempts for 1,055 yards and 13 touchdowns for the season. Senior DuWhan Alford romped for 201 yards and one score on 21 attempts, and junior Trevor Wilmore added 19 carries for 152 yards and two touchdowns for the Minutemen.

Senior Nic Weimer completed 20-of-24 passes for 318 yards and six touchdowns in East Noble’s 79-7 thrashing of Columbia City. Junior Grey Fox hauled in seven passes for 120 yards and three scores, and senior Kyle Mundon carried the football 11 times for 99 yards and one tally for the Knights.

Columbus North senior back Jamaal Halliburton rambled 41 times for 287 yards and five touchdowns in the Bulldogs’ 41-17 trouncing of Perry Meridian. Subbing for Jesse Tompkins, Halliburton amassed the second best single-game rushing total in school history, falling short of Kobi Cook’s 342 yards against Columbus East in 2010. Senior Shaquille Ash tallied 13.5 tackles for the winners. Junior signal caller Conner Smith was 30-of-58 for 291 yards and two scores, and Nick Bova contributed 12.5 tackles for Perry Meridian.

Fort Wayne Snider senior Je’Noire Smith ran for 205 yards and four touchdowns in Fort Wayne Snider’s 66-51 win over Elkhart Central. Classmate Brandon Phelps threw for 167 yards and three scores, and fellow senior Nick Reese ran for two scores for the Panthers. Central senior quarterback Nick Faus completed 37-of-52 passes for 457 yards and a school-best six touchdowns, and fellow senior wide out Spencer Schnell added school-record 18 catches for a record 303 yards and three scores. Larry Gates had a pair of touchdown catches, and Matt Eppers added six extra points and a 39-yard field goal for the Blazers.

Senior quarterback Mitch Giles tied his own school record with six touchdowns passes in Castle’s 56-14 drubbing of Evansville Harrison. Giles was 18-of-25 for 309 yards, and Joe Redburn had seven catches for 107 yards and three scores for the Knights.

Junior quarterback Zach Oakley accumulated over 300 total yards and three touchdowns in Penn’s 38-10 win over S.B. St. Joseph. Oakley ran 18 times for 206 yards and completed 7-of-8 passes for 102 yards, and senior Matt Hummel ran for two scores for the Kingsmen.

Senior signal caller Sam Schrader carried the football 36 times for 107 yards and one score, helping Mishawaka to a 14-8 triumph over S.B. Adams. Schrader added 63 yards (2-of-3) through the air. Senior Frank Karczewski tossed for 200 yards and one touchdown for Adams.

S.B. Clay sophomore back Anthony Taborn rambled 26 times for 156 yards and two touchdowns in the Colonials’ 38-21 win over S.B. Washington. Senior quarterback Eric Kelver completed 7-of-14 passes for 154 yards and two scores and ran for a third tally. Martavious Richmond grabbed a pair of interceptions, and Wesley Thomas hauled in two touchdown passes for the Colonials. Junior Daigien Morgan threw a pair of touchdown passes and ran for a third score for the Panthers.

Junior Blake Cleveland ran for 108 yards and three touchdowns in NorthWood’s 27-24 triumph over Elkhart Memorial. Freshman Tanner Cleveland added 162 yards and one score for the Panthers. Junior Blake Kramer tossed for 318 yards and three touchdown passes to senior Dimetri Chatman for the Chargers.

Senior Michael Whitfield tallied 115 yards and two touchdowns on seven attempts, leading Mishawaka Marian to a 44-14 win over S.B. Riley. Sophomore Tyran Ottbridge added 13 carries for 125 yards and one score, and senior Vince Ravotto ran and passed for touchdowns for the Knights. Senior Malik Coleman paced the Wildcats with 20 rushes for 160 yards and two scores.

New Prairie senior Nick Dobkins rambled for 103 yards and three touchdowns on nine carries in New Prairie’s 41-14 win over John Glenn. Junior Zach Brassell chipped in 13 rushes for 142 yards and two scores to go along with 59 yards passing for the Cougars, who had 391 yards on the ground.

Junior Sammy Mireles overcame a sore hip to run 47 times for 270 yards and two touchdowns in Elwood’s 43-36 win over previously unbeaten Oak Hill. Already the school’s all-time leading rusher, Mireles now has 4,573 yards and 37 touchdowns for his career.

Senior Reid Zellmer tallied 269 yards on the ground and two touchdown, guiding Bremen to a 21-14 win over Knox. Nevin Miller tossed for 191 yards and two scores for Knox.

Sophomore Nik Olson had five carries for 76 yards and three scores in Jimtown’s 49-0 blanking of Culver. Senior Brody Olson added two touchdown passes and a scoring run as the Jimmies posted their fifth shutout of the season.

Senior Bryson Mosier had 106 yards rushing and one touchdown and threw for another as Triton snapped an eight-game losing streak with a 21-10 win over LaVille. Caleb Dudeck tallied 161 yards on the ground for LaVille.

Lakeland senior Cody Troyer rushed for three touchdowns and threw for a fourth tally in the Lakers’ 48-29 win over Fairfield. Classmate Joey Fuller added 177 yards on the ground and two scores for the Lakers. Fairfield senior quarterback Garrett Scott passed for 222 yards and three touchdowns. Junior Cameron Kitson and senior Caleb Noble had two scores apiece for the Falcons.

Senior Joel Tinney tallied 117 yards rushing, two touchdowns, and an interception, helping Culver Military Academy in its 35-16 upset of No. 4 (Class 2A) Churubusco. Hayes Barnes added two scores for the Eagles, while senior Jason Nicodemus paced Churubusco with 242 yards rushing and one score.

Senior Michael Hamilton rambled for 154 yards and three touchdowns and threw for a fourth score in West Central’s 51-14 trouncing of Frontier.

Junior Jake Jatis was 10-of-13 for 210 yards and one score, leading Crown Point to a 35-21 win over LaPorte. Senior Tyler Smith had three catches for 124 yards and one score and ran the ball nine times for 86 yards and two touchdowns for the Bulldogs. Zach Plesac tossed an 80-yard touchdown pass and caught three passes 77 yards and one tally for Crown Point. Senior Jonah Mason passed for 131 yards and one score and rushed for another touchdown for the Slicers.

Senior Rashaan Coleman tallied 168 yards on the ground and a pair of touchdowns, helping Portage post a 24-21 win over Michigan City. Sophomore signal caller Ryan Washington threw for 200 yards and three touchdowns for Michigan City.

Lake Central senior David Yancey accumulated 111 yards rushing and three touchdowns in the Indians’ 35-12 upset of previously unbeaten Chesterton.

Junior quarterback Tashon Rogers tossed for 125 yards and one touchdown and ran for 92 yards and a score in Hammond Gavit’s 44-12 thrashing of Hammond Clark.

Lowell junior running back George Fields had 31 carries for 277 yards and three touchdowns in the Red Devils’ 35-27 win over Hammond. For the season, Fields has 174 carries for 1,251 yards and 17 scores.

Junior signal caller Matt DeSomer ran for 140 yards and three touchdowns, helping Andrean to a 28-13 win over previously unbeaten Kankakee Valley. The 59ers, Hobart, and Kankakee Valley are now all tied for the lead in the Northwest Crossroads Conference. Senior Tyler Birky had 21 carries for 121 yards and one tally, while Johnny Williams and Johnny Morrison had nine solo tackles apiece for the Kougars. Birky now has 148 rushing attempts for 1,248 yards and 22 touchdowns for the season.

Whiting junior A.J. Veloz was 9-of-12 for 267 yards and three touchdowns in the Oilers’ 51-6 drubbing of Calumet. Sophomore running back Ethan Young added 145 yards rushing, two touchdowns, and three 2-point conversions for the Oilers.

Indianapolis Lutheran quarterback Bryce Brockett completed 19-of-38 passes for 376 yards and five touchdowns in the Saints’ 43-19 win over Lapel. Wide out J.C. Faubion added 10 catches for 189 yards and four scores for Lutheran.

Colin Smith threw for 161 yards and ran for 62 in Cascade’s 28-21 win over Edgewood.

Sophomore quarterback Jake Hendershot went 19-of-26 for 264 yards and two touchdowns in Tri-West’s 32-20 upset of previously unbeaten Western Boone. Austin Lazaro added a pair of scoring catches for the Bruins. C.J. McMann accounted for more than 300 total yards and two touchdowns for Western Boone. The senior McMann was 32-of-52 for 283 yards and one score and rushed 11 times for 40 yards and one tally. Classmate L.V. Bowden added 18 carries for 116 yards and two touchdowns to go along with seven catches for 70 yards for the Stars.

Autry Pickens rallied 234 yards rushing and four touchdowns in Danville’s 41-26 win over North Montgomery. Scott Amor added 187 yards on the ground with one score and passed for another tally for the Warriors. Junior Jalen West completed 17-of-36 passes for 235 yards and three touchdowns for North Montgomery. Nathan Rogers added six receptions for 119 yards and two scores, and senior Ty Webster had a hand in 16 tackles for the Chargers.

Senior back Aaron Harris ran 20 times for 145 yards and two touchdowns, leading Whiteland to a 40-7 triumph over Mooresville. Fellow senior Adam Gutermuth was 6-of-11 for 115 yards and one score, and classmate Jacob Anderson added four catches for 107 yards and one tally for the Warriors.

Senior Evan Cochran tossed for 155 yards and one touchdown in DeKalb’s 7-6 win over Norwell. Classmate Logan Schilling had three receptions for 114 yards and one tally for the Barons. Cody Krumlauf chipped in 10.5 tackles and a fumble recovery, and Rudy Jarrell added 10 tackles for DeKalb. Sophomore Piercen Harnish ran for 110 yards and three for 113 yards and one score for the Knights.

Junior quarterback Parker Ronchetto was 11-of-18 for 113 yards and one touchdown in West Lafayette’s 17-0 blanking of Twin Lakes. The Red Devils limited Twin Lakes to 23 rushes for 18 yards.

Senior back Justin Klabusich had 24 rushes for 100 yards and two touchdowns in Goshen’s 21-3 win over Northridge. Jesse Good added 11 tackles, including nine solos, for the Redskins.

Billy Stumbo’s 28-yard field goal was the difference as top-ranked and defending Class 5A state champion Carmel held on for a 10-7 overtime win against Warren Central.

Fountain Central senior Michael Duane had 40 carries for 203 yards and three touchdowns in a 21-7 win over Benton Central.

Carroll (Flora) quarterback Ryan Spesard put on quite a performance in the Cougars’ 49-27 win over Clinton Central. The senior Spesard ran for 221 yards and three touchdowns and passed for 157 yards and two scores. Brandon Dillon added six catches for 137 yards and two touchdowns for Carroll.

Braden Mattocks had five catches for 93 yards and two touchdowns in Rensselaer Central’s 26-12 win over Delphi. Eli Isom added 115 yards rushing and one score on 15 carries for the Bombers.

Senior Nick Fairchild ran 17 times for 128 yards and two touchdowns in Monrovia’s 42-20 win over North Putnam. Austin Benjamin added two scores on the ground for the Bulldogs.

Freshman Jesse Kerfoot and sophomore Conner Faulkner both scored two touchdowns and went over the 100-yard mark in rushing in Hamilton Heights’ 57-21 drubbing of Northwestern. Kerfoot had 12 carries for 149 yards, and Faulkner tallied 111 yards on 11 attempts. Junior quarterback Corey Beck was 9-of-14 for 223 yards and three touchdowns, and Grant Weatherford added four catches for 142 yards and one score for the Huskies. Ethan Engelhardt added two touchdowns receptions for the winners.

Senior Parker Dunshee was 18-of-22 for 186 yards and four touchdowns, helping Zionsville to a 35-17 win over Fishers. Dunshee also had five carries for 40 yards, and John Naumcheff added six receptions for 102 yards and four scores for the Eagles. Fishers signal caller Connor Christiansen went 17-of-27 for 270 yards and two touchdowns and rushed 12 times for 62 yards. Max Leamer tallied five catches for 117 yards and one score for the Tigers.

Senior Hudson Featherstone had 21 rushes for 200 yards and three touchdowns, leading Western to a 35-19 triumph over Eastern (Greentown). Classmate James Davis added 24 carries for 156 yards and one score for the Panthers. Austin Bates threw for 148 yards and one touchdown and ran for two more scores for the Comets.

Michael Copeland and Bo Baker accounted for more than 300 yards on the ground and three touchdowns in Kokomo’s 21-0 shutout of Logansport. The senior Copeland had 27 carries for 201 yards and two scores, and the sophomore Baker added 113 yards and one tally on 13 attempts for the Wildkats. 

Junior quarterback Alex Cowan accounted for more than 200 total yards and five touchdowns in Columbus East’s 54-8 win over Madison. Cowan was 6-of-13 passing for 121 yards and two scores and ran seven times for 91 yards and three tallies. Classmate Christian Wichman added 13 rushes for 148 yards and two touchdowns for the Olympians.

Lionel Johnson ran 20 times for 169 yards and two scores in Gary West’s 35-20 loss to Hammond Morton. Ramone Atkins added 155 yards and one score for the Cougars.

Senior Austin Horn carried the football 27 times for 166 yards and three touchdowns as Tri-Central remained perfect with a 47-6 trouncing of Anderson Prep Academy. Classmate Martavius Hunt added 16 rushes for 102 yards and one score, and sophomore Cody Howell tossed for 102 yards and one score and ran seven times for 63 yards for the Trojans.

Junior Anthony Hunt recorded 11 rushes for 120 yards and two touchdowns in East Chicago Central’s 48-22 win over Gary Wallace. Fellow junior Carlos Fernandez threw and ran for scores, and classmate Martayveus Carter scored twice, including a 93-yard kickoff return for the Cardinals.

Senior Chad Banschbach had 232 yards in kickoff returns, good for two touchdowns, in Lawrenceburg’s 27-14 loss to East Central. Justin Carlisle chipped in 11.5 tackles for the Tigers.

Senior Brad Schrader had 38 carries for 299 yards rushing and four touchdowns in three-time defending Class 1A state champion Lafayette Central Catholic’s 54-40 decision over Heritage Christian. The setback spoiled a tremendous effort from Heritage Christian quarterback Matt Hunt, who was 32-of-47 for 403 yards and four touchdowns. Hunt also rushed 24 times for 99 yards and one score, and classmate Anthony Warrum hauled in 16 passes for 183 yards and two scores for the Eagles. Jordan Miller tallied 13.5 tackles in the setback.

Heritage senior Brenton Lockett carried the football 11 times for 274 yards and four touchdowns in Heritage’s 54-6 drubbing of Bluffton. Classmate Conner Sheehan was 7-of-9 through the air for 112 yards and two scoring tosses to Zach Toles for the Patriots.

Garrett junior Noah Follett had a hand in four touchdowns as Garrett cruised to a 42-14 win over South Adams. Follett was 11-of-22 through the air for 168 yards and one score and ran nine times for 79 yards and three tallies. Drake Landes chipped in five catches for 131 yards and one score for the Railroaders. Bo Davis had a hand in 12 tackles for Garrett.

Junior quarterback Jake Purichia went 9-of-11 for 150 yards and three touchdowns in Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter’s 56-14 thrashing of Beech Grove. Classmate Logan Beaman ran for two scores, and senior Alex Parrett caught pair of scoring tosses for the Raiders.

Senior Layne Taylor ran 18 times for 143 yards and three touchdowns, leading Silver Creek to a 35-15 triumph over North Harrison. Junior Brooks Howell was 8-of-13 for 148 yards and one score, and Kaleb Prince racked up 13 tackles for the Dragons.

Senior quarterback Jeremy Truchan went 10-of-16 for 157 yards and one touchdown to go along with two rushing scores in Wheeler’s 42-0 blanking of Lake Station.

Senior Alec Sturdy rolled up 221 yards rushing and three touchdowns as South Central rolled to a 37-14 triumph over North Newton.

Homestead senior quarterback Matt Skowronek threw for 173 yards and four touchdowns and ran for 98 yards in the Spartans’ 49-27 triumph over Carroll (Fort Wayne). Classmates Frank Martin and Seth Coate added two scores apiece for the Spartans. Chris Terry passed for 273 yards and one touchdown for the Chargers.

Junior Kadis Renier caught a pair of touchdown passes and ran for two more scores as Eastside cruised to a 57-15 win over Fremont.

David Morrison went 19-of-32 for 280 yards and three touchdowns in F.W. Concordia Lutheran’s 28-21 triumph over F.W. Northrop. Michael Hicks added 22 carries for 128 yards rushing and one score, and Jake Minich hauled in two scoring passes for the Cadets. Northrop’s Colin Brockhouse passed for 274 yards and three touchdowns. Amani Ray added four catches for 142 yards and two touchdowns, and Spencer Cowherd had eight receptions for 110 yards and one score for the Bruins.

Donovan Clark and Aaron Thomas both surpassed the 100-yard mark in rushing, helping F.W. South to a 44-10 triumph over F.W. Wayne. Clark had 12 carries for 139 yards and two touchdowns, and Thomas netted 100 yards and one score on 11 attempts.

Anthony Moore ran for 135 yards, and Airiest Vasquez tallied 105 yards and one touchdown in New Haven’s 27-24 win over Bellmont. Brad Busse paced Bellmont with 167 yards rushing and two touchdowns.

Junior Ben Shriver passed for 103 yards and one touchdown in Tippecanoe Valley’s 27-6 win over Rochester.

Drew Schnitz accounted for more than 200 total yards in Huntington North’s 31-14 triumph over Muncie Central. Schnitz threw for 149 yards and ran for 68 yards.

A.J. Hocker accounted for 85 yards rushing and three touchdowns in Angola’s 20-19 win over Prairie Heights. Trevor Lynch completed 12-of-20 passes for 123 yards for the Hornets, and Joey Barry ran 13 times for 123 yards and one score for Prairie Heights.  

Chance Young returned an interception for a touchdown, and Michael Rogers scored on a punt return in F.W. Bishop Luers’ 22-20 win over F.W. North. C.J. Jackson tossed for 169 yards and three touchdowns, and Anthony Linnear added four catches for 148 yards and two scores for North.

Sophomore Gage Reinhard passed for 137 yards and two touchdowns in Wawasee’s 14-13 upset of Warsaw. Classmate Clayton Cook caught both scoring passes and finished with five receptions for 102 yards as the Warriors retained possession of the “W” Trophy. Jake Mangus threw two touchdown passes to Taylor Cone to pace the Tigers.

Junior Alex Lucas had 21 carries for 146 yards in Center Grove’s 17-14 win over Indianapolis Ben Davis. Ben Wheeler accounted for the game-winning 23-yard field goal for the Trojans. Senior and Indiana bound Antonio Allen had 14.5 tackles, and DeShaun Johnson added 11.5 for the Giants.

Senior Jamonte Hampton ran 12 times for 121 yards and one touchdown as Indianapolis Broad Ripple rolled to a 36-8 win over Indianapolis Washington. Camorrie Shittu added three touchdown passes with two of them going to Isaac Hampton for the Rockets.

West Noble senior Erick Mawhorter had 24 carries for 336 yards and four touchdowns, helping West Noble post its first victory with a 52-27 decision over Central Noble. Landon Stover added two scores for the Chargers.

James Gilbert rolled up 207 yards on the ground and two touchdowns in Indianapolis Tech’s 33-0 shutout of Dunbar. Deonta’ Murray added 140 yards through the air and two scores for the Titans.

Senior signal caller Austin Anglea was 15-of-21 for 316 yards and four touchdowns in Speedways’ 64-24 win against Indianapolis Park Tudor. Josh Manion added 13 carries for 108 yards and two scores for the Sparkplugs. Justin Brent chipped in eight catches for 176 yards and two scores, and Anthony Jones added five receptions for 105 yards and two tallies for the winners. David Kroot led Park Tudor with 143 yards rushing.

Junior Brayden Woodard put on a one-man show in North Vermillion’s 54-20 win over Rockville. Woodard ran 10 times for 146 yards and five touchdowns and completed 12-of-14 passes for 149 yards and one score. Ethan Kunkle and Robbie Davis chipped in 10 tackles apiece for the Falcons. Kiontre Wilkey netted 109 yards and one touchdown on 19 carries, and Robbie Foster added 10.5 tackles for the Rox.

Senior Jon Furrow tallied 143 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns in Pendleton Heights’ 35-25 triumph over Yorktown. Jesse Furrow added 23 rushes for 136 yards and three scores for the Arabians. Chandler Carroll paced the Tigers with 170 yards rushing and three touchdowns.

Junior Jerian Beard racked up 94 yards rushing and four touchdowns, but it wasn’t enough as Anderson fell 41-28 to Marion. Senior Curtis Wilson added 197 yards passing and one score for the Indians.

Jeremy Laker scored two touchdowns to guide Shelbyville to a 17-13 win over New Palestine.

Junior quarterback Mason Kutruff was 18-of-29 for 318 yards and three touchdowns and also ran for two scores in Martinsville’s 49-39 win over Indianapolis Roncalli. The two teams combined for 786 yards passing as Roncalli’s Cam Smock tossed for 486 yards in a losing effort.  Senior Spencer Clephane had eight catches for 115 yards, and classmate Kaine Liscomb added 28 rushes for 130 yards and one score for the Artesians.

Sophomore Cameron Myers rolled up a career-high 243 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 21 attempts in Madison-Grant’s 37-21 win over Alexandria. Blaize Kelly added 149 yards passing (11-of-22) and two scores for the Argylls.

Senior Cole Douglas led a balanced attack with six carries for 122 yards and one score, helping Frankton cruise to a 53-8 win over Blackford. Sophomore Brayden Ginder threw for two scores and ran for another tally, and classmate Nik Clark found the end zone twice for the Eagles.

Drew Johnston was 16-of-20 passing for 175 yards and two touchdowns in Evansville Reitz’s 40-21 win over Evansville North. The senior Johnston added a rushing score for the Panthers, and Max Mooney paced North with three touchdown passes.

Senior Jace Hartz went 7-of-9 for 153 yards and two scores in Evansville Mater Dei’s 48-10 triumph over Mount Vernon (Posey). Junior Nolan Goebel added two touchdowns and 103 yards rushing on five attempts, and Julian Weidner ran for two scores for the Wildcats.

Carrington Crutcher had 23 carries for 180 yards and one score in Evansville Bosse’s 21-14 loss to Providence.

Senior Cole Sermersheim rushed for three touchdowns, helping Jasper roll to a 56-22 win over Mount Carmel (Ill.). Nolan Ahrens added a pair of scoring tosses to Austin Alles for the Wildcats.

Junior Austin Castleman ran nine times for 122 yards and two touchdowns in Booneville’s 38-14 win over Princeton.

Senior Wes Harness tallied 218 yards rushing and four touchdowns on 26 attempts, leading North Posey to a 42-20 win over Tell City. Elliott Brown accumulated 187 yards rushing and three scores on 24 carries for Tell City.

Senior back Denver Burden romped for three scores in South Spencer’s 47-10 win over Forest Park.

Gibson Southern running back David Anquish had 11 rushes for 103 yards and four touchdowns, helping the Titans roll to a 53-25 win against Pike Central. Jordan Scheller finished 14-of-17 for 156 yards and one score and ran for another tally for the winners.

Senior Mile Kline accounted for three touchdowns in Heritage Hills’ 34-0 blanking of Southridge. Gabe Konerding added 12 carries for 137 yards and one score for the Patriots.

Junior Spencer Jones and senior Shaun Beaven tallied two touchdowns apiece in Tecumseh’s 50-6 thrashing of Springs Valley. Kalean Finney added 11 rushes for 193 yards for the Braves.

Evansville Central back Chris Walker-Glenn ran 20 times for 119 yards and two touchdowns in the Bears’ 42-7 drubbing of Evansville Memorial. Avion Sullivan had two rushing scores, and Austin Fuchs added a pair of scoring tosses for the Bears.

Senior Austin Blevins rambled for 277 yards on the ground and three touchdowns in Plainfield’s 31-14 win over Franklin. Ross Barr ran for 162 yards and two scores for Franklin.

Junior quarterback Nick Ferrer was 19-of-23 for 223 yards and three touchdowns and ran for a fourth tally in Westfield’s 34-16 win over McCutcheon. Frank Grimes ran 18 times for 115 yards to pace the Shamrocks’ ground attack. Nate Deno tallied 163 yards rushing and one score on 13 attempts for the Mavericks.

Dan Heller found the end zone twice in Greenwood’s 52-17 thrashing of Decatur Central.

Levante Bellamy carried the football 26 times for 128 yards and two touchdowns as Indianapolis Brebeuf held on for a 21-17 win over Guerin Catholic.

Delmario Lasley tallied four touchdowns as Indianapolis Northwest snapped a 12-game losing skid with a 30-26 win over Indianapolis Howe.

Kyler White passed for 121 yards and a touchdown, and Aaron Austin ran for 101 yards and a score in Franklin Central’s 21-7 triumph over Bloomington North. Aaron Neal added a pair of scores for the Flashes.

Senior Ryan Ripp tallied 142 yards rushing and three touchdowns, helping Hamilton Southeastern roll to a 31-14 win against Noblesville. Ross Risley was 8-of-14 passing for 161 yards and one score, and Cameron Polk chipped in six catches for 143 yards and one tally for the Royals.

Isaiah Townsend paved the way with 117 yards rushing and two touchdowns as Lawrence Central punished Southport, 47-6.

Ju’Juan Self carried the ball nine times for 150 yards and three touchdowns in Indianapolis Pike’s 56-0 shutout of Bloomington South.

Anthony Burnett and Tyler Dicks combined for more than 290 yards rushing and five touchdowns in Mount Vernon (Fortville)’s 54-13 thrashing of Greenfield Central. Burnett has 165 yards and three scores, and Dicks added 128 yards and two tallies for the Marauders. Andy Spears also found the end zone twice for Mt. Vernon.

Aaron Harris ran 20 times for 145 yards and two touchdowns, leading Whiteland to a 40-7 win over Mooresville. Adam Guttermuth threw for 115 yards and one score with 107 going to Jacob Anderson.

Senior Connor Rice was 12-of-18 for 216 yards and two touchdowns in Indianapolis Cathedral’s 40-7 drubbing of Sacred Heart (Ill.). Rice also ran for 54 yards and a score, and Gino Gillum added 14 rushes for 98 yards and two touchdowns for the Irish.

Toke Akinribade ran eight times for 115 yards and two touchdowns in Brownsburg’s 56-20 clubbing of Lafayette Harrison and Clint Fink passed for a pair of scores. Jake Lasky tossed for 186 yards and two scores for Harrison.

Lebanon’s Isaac Harter was 7-of-14 for 216 yards and three touchdowns in the Tigers’ 48-13 thrashing of Crawfordsville. Jamason Wright chipped in 14 carries for 107 yards and three scores, and Caleb Brannon added three receptions for 107 and two tallies in the victory.

Senior Joey Miller racked up 290 yards rushing and three touchdowns in Pioneer’s 35-0 blanking of North White. Mitch Williams added two scores for the Panthers, who outrushed North White, 524-27.

Tyler Munson and Collin Hoskins both went over the 100-yard mark in rushing as Seeger rolled to a 32-7 win over Turkey Run. Munson had 188 yards and two touchdowns, and Hoskins added 108 yards and two scores for the Patriots.

Senior Austin Drinski ran and threw for touchdowns, and Jon Dafick caught and rushed for scores in South Newton’s 40-23 loss to Caston.

Junior J.D. Mangas tallied 216 yards rushing and four touchdowns on 18 carries, helping Jay County post a 37-20 win over Winchester. Senior Caleb Price added 135 yards on the ground and one score for the Patriots. Drew Croyle had 192 all-purpose yards and a pair of touchdown passes for Golden Eagles.

Muncie South senior Timber Hatfield ran for two touchdowns and passed for a third score in the Rebels’ 52-0 blanking of Connersville. It was the 150th career win for Muncie South skipper Mike Paul.

Senior Cole Barlett accounted for more than 400 total yards and four touchdowns in Hagerstown’s 41-7 thrashing of Centerville. Barlett was 21-of-29 passing for 297 yards and one score and ran 16 times for 107 yards and three tallies. Bryce Robinson added 146 yards on the ground, and Steven Glover had two scores for the Tigers.

Senior signal caller Justyn Curtis completed 15-of-25 passes for 221 yards and two touchdowns as Richmond remained on top of the North Central Conference with a 24-10 win over New Castle.

Cambridge City Lincoln senior quarterback Grant Renforth passed for 222 yards and three touchdowns and ran for a fourth tally in the Golden Eagles’ 29-28 upset of previously unbeaten Union City. Classmate Joe Lookabaugh added six receptions for 106 yards and two scores for the Golden Eagles. Senior James Antonoglou ran 21 times for 150 yards and three touchdowns, and fellow senior Grant Shoemaker passed for 122 yards and one scoee for the Indians.

Sophomore Joey Claypoole threw for two touchdowns and ran for a third score in Northeastern’s 33-7 triumph over Union County. Bryce Fields paced Union County with 21 rushes for 102 yards.

Eastern Greene sophomore Briar Martindale ran for two touchdowns and passed for a third score in the Thunderbirds’ 67-20 win over Union (Dugger). Senior Jarred Groomer and junior Cole Postell added three rushing touchdowns apiece for the winners.

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