Indiana University recruit Antonio Allen tallied 10 solo tackles and an interception, helping Indianapolis Ben Davis upset top-ranked and defending Class 5A state champion Carmel, 13-7. Kyle Castner went 15-of-20 passing for 215 yards, and Jamie Akin added 25 carries for 97 yards and one touchdown for the Giants. Ben Davis kicker Bryce Phelps added a pair of 30-yard field goals in the victory.
Heritage Christian quarterback Matt Hunt completed 21-of-33 passes for 334 yards and five touchdowns in the Eagles’ 59-42 win over Indianapolis Northwest. The two teams combined for over 1,000 total yards of offense. Anthony Warrum added six catches for 160 yards and two touchdowns for Heritage. Tyler Gerig ran 15 times for 117 yards and two scores, and Andrew Bichey tallied 10 solo tackles for the Eagles. Northwest signal caller Delmario Lasley passed for 359 yards (23-of-38) and five touchdowns and ran 36 times for 190 yards. Myles Livingston tallied 11 receptions for 163 yards and three scores, and Jaelyn Price added six catches for 102 yards and one score for the Space Pioneers. Rashawn Taylor hauled in two touchdown passes, and Andre Williams had 10 solo tackles for Northwest.
Bryce Fields tallied 191 yards rushing and six touchdowns on 22 attempts as Union County earned its first win of the season by downing Tri, 42-14. Mitch Snyder added 15 rushes for 130 yards for the Patriots.
Senior running back Sam Stevens overcame a shoulder injury to run 30 times for 191 yards and three touchdowns in Plymouth’s 38-21 win over NorthWood. Stevens now has 178 carries for 1,308 yards and 17 scores for the season. Jacob Frantz added a 35-yard field goal and a 20-yard interception return for a score for the Rockies as they clinched a share of their first Northern Lakes Conference title since 2009. Junior quarterback Will Kirkwood was 14-of-21 for 179 yards and three touchdowns passes to Nate Graber for the Panthers.
Senior quarterback Aaron Daniel was 12-of-14 for 230 yards and five touchdowns in Charlestown’s 62-7 thrashing of Eastern (Pekin). Daniel added a scoring run as the Pirates had nine different players find their way into the end zone.
Junior Trevor Wilmore passed for 208 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 100 yards and another two scores, leading Concord to a 34-9 win over Warsaw. Adam Glanders added nine catches for 138 yards and two scores to help the Minutemen claim a share of their third straight NLC crown.
Mitch Giles completed 17-of-21 passes for 346 yards and five touchdowns in Castle’s 56-17 drubbing of Evansville Memorial. Jon Marc Anderson hauled in seven passes for 187 yards and three scores, and Cameron Parius added seven catches for 132 yards and two scores for the Knights.
Penn quarterback Zach Oakley ran for 142 yards and three touchdowns, leading the Kingsmen to a 30-13 triumph over S.B. Adams and the outright Northern Indiana Conference championship. Frank Karczewski threw for 207 yards, including two scores to Shaq Vann, for the Eagles.
Quarterback Connor Sheehan was 11-of-18 for 203 yards and three touchdowns as Heritage crushed Garrett, 56-20, to earn a part of the Allen County Athletic Conference title. Wil Knapke added 10 carries for 135 yards and two scores to go along with two catches for 108 yards and one tally for the Patriots. Jacob Roop chipped in two scores for Heritage. Brandon Porter had 11 rushes for 145 yards and two touchdowns to pace the Railroaders.
Taylor Surma had a pair of touchdowns, including a 73-yard interception return, as Columbus North rolled past Southport, 42-14, to give Coach Tim Bless his 100th career win. Christian Perry netted 147 yards on the ground on 22 carries for Southport.
Senior Joe Troop did a little bit of everything to help Chesterton claim a share of the Duneland Conference title with a 40-35 win over Merrillville. Troop ran 13 times for 216 yards and a score, threw a touchdown pass, and had 110 yards in receptions and three scores. Chris Katsafaros added 148 yards on the ground for the Trojans. Jake Raspopovich threw for 318 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 91 yards and two scores for the Pirates, who missed an opportunity to win the DAC outright.
Sophomore Jonah Thacker had 18 carries for 215 yards and five touchdowns in Triton Central’s 62-41 thrashing of Speedway. Trey Miller added 11 rushes for 105 yards and one score, and Dillon Nelson was 7-of-7 through the air for 80 yards and one tally for the Tigers. Austin Anglea went 22-of-37 for 283 yards and one touchdown, and Justin Bryant added 10 receptions for 149 yards and one score for the Sparkplugs. Nathan Lowery racked up 10 tackles for Speedway, and Dylan Spivey tallied 10 for Triton Central.
Matt Desomer ran for 126 yards and two touchdowns and passed for 113 yards and another score as Andrean claimed a part of the Northwest Crossroads Conference title with a 20-19 win over Lowell. George Fields rolled up 38 carries for 209 yards and three scores to pace Lowell. The junior Fields now has 1,775 yards and 21 touchdowns on 258 attempts.
Senior Tyler McDaniel carried the football 32 times for 180 yards and two touchdowns in Mishawaka’s 44-30 win over S.B. Washington. Sam Schrader added 15 carries for 91 yards and two scores and threw for 32 yards and another tally for the Cavemen. Junior Daigien Morgan passed for 170 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another 99 yards for the Panthers. Antwon Ivory added seven receptions for 108 yards and one touchdown for Washington.
A.J. Veloz passed for 174 yards and a touchdown and ran for another score in Whiting’s 33-8 win over Lake Station. Noe Torres added three rushing scores for the Oilers.
Senior Michael Whitfield had 14 carries for 185 yards and three touchdowns in Marian’s 49-20 win over Normal West (Ill.). Whitfield added two catches for 24 yards and one score. For the season, Whitfield has 69 rushes for 853 yards and 15 touchdowns to go along with 19 receptions for 33 yards and seven scores.
Sophomore Ramon Atkins completed 11-of-20 passes for 226 yards and three touchdowns in the first half of Gary West’s 51-0 blanking of Gary Roosevelt. Atkins finished with 363 yards passing and five scores, and JonVea Johnson added eight receptions for 184 yards and one score for West Side. Lionel Johnson chipped in five rushes for 101 yards and one touchdown, along with four catches for 102 yards and two scores for the Cougars.
Kane Rickey scored a 12-yard touchdown early in the fourth quarter, helping Elkhart Memorial claim its first win of the season with a 14-12 decision over Northridge.
Gage Reinhard tossed a pair of touchdowns in Wawasee’s 28-14 win over Goshen. Derek DeMeyer passed for 272 yards and one touchdown and ran for a score for Goshen. Austin Henke added 13 catches for 154 yards and one score for the Redskins, who outgained the Warriors, 425-106, but turned the football over nine times.
Senior quarterback Nick Faus was 20-of-40 for 298 yards and three touchdowns in Elkhart Central’s 31-21 win over S.B. Clay. Classmate Spencer Schnell added three catches for 119 yards and two scores, and Blake Faus chipped in seven receptions for 109 yards and one score for the Blazers. Senior Eric Kelver ran for a touchdown and returned a fumble 32 yards for another score for the Colonials.
Senior back Devan Emerson tallied 124 yards and four touchdowns on seven carries, helping Jimtown claim the outright Northern State Conference with a 49-14 win over Triton.
Junior quarterback Matt Monserez went 15-of-21 for 343 yards and three touchdowns as S.B. St. Joseph rolled to a 38-9 win over S.B. Riley. Monserez also ran for a score, Michael Madden added four catches for 127 yards, and Sean McFadden rushed and caught a pass for scores for the Indians.
Bremen senior Reid Zelmer tallied 181 yards and four touchdowns on 29 carries, helping the Lions rally for a 34-24 win over Glenn. Joel Miller chipped in 10.5 tackles for the Lions. Adam Dobson ran 16 times for 127 yards and two scores to pace the Falcons.
Tucker Schultz found the end zone twice in Culver’s 21-7 win over LaVille.
Zach Brassell paved the way with 19 carries for 155 yards and three touchdowns as New Prairie tallied 469 yards of offense in a 53-13 thrashing of Knox.
Senior Jason Nicodemus racked up 27 carries for 217 yards rushing and five touchdowns as Churubusco claimed the Northeast Corner Conference crown with a 38-16 win over previously unbeaten Lakeland.
Joey Miller tallied 179 yards on the ground, helping Pioneer clinch the Midwest Conference title by claiming a 21-6 win over previously unbeaten West Central. Freshman signal caller Sam Kiser accounted for three touchdowns for the Panthers.
Caston Sanchez passed for two touchdowns and ran for a third score, helping North Judson rally for a 21-18 triumph over Twin Lakes. Michael Minix hauled in a pair of scores, and sophomore Maverick Pitts ran 36 times for 158 yards for the Bluejays.
Quarterback Zach Shidler accounted for more than 250 total yards and three touchdowns in Winamac’s 44-0 blanking of Frontier. The senior quarterback ran eight times for 164 yards and two scores and completed 5-of-10 passes for 94 yards and one tally. Tyler Katschke added two touchdown runs for the Warriors.
Junior Ben Shriver was 9-of-9 passing for 264 yards and three touchdowns as Tippecanoe Valley earned a share of the Three Rivers Conference crown with a 55-14 win over Whitko. Justin Gunter added three scores on the ground, and Mason Teel caught two touchdown passes for the Vikings.
Aramonti Phillips rambled nine times for 139 yards and one score as Culver Military Academy cruised to a 40-24 win over Fairfield. Joel Tinney added two scoring runs, including an 81-yard kickoff return, for the Eagles.
Jacob Howdeshell found the end zone twice as Rochester claim a part of the Three Rivers Conference championship by rallying for a 31-21 win over North Miami.
Jake Jatis was 19-of-25 for 190 yards and two touchdowns in Crown Point’s 13-3 triumph over Michigan City.
Johnny Williams tallied 11 solo tackles and two quarterback sacks, helping Kankakee Valley post a 31-21 win over Munster and earn a part of the Northwest Crossroads Conference championship. Ernest Carter ran for 192 yards and two scores for Munster.
Alex Cowan and Markell Jones both surpassed the 100-yard mark in rushing in Columbus East’s 35-31 win over Bedford North Lawrence. Cowan ran 16 times for 131 yards and two touchdowns and passed for 75 yards (5-of-8) and two scores. Jones added 128 yards and one score for the Olympians. Brad Lake rushed 16 times for 108 yards and two touchdowns, and Jesse Millikan chipped in 110 yards on the ground on 15 attempts for the Stars. Jack Spreen added 17 carries for 99 yards and two tallies for Bedford.
Brayden Woodard rolled up more than 230 yards of total offense and five touchdowns, helping North Vermillion post a 49-14 triumph over Seeger. Woodard was 11-of-15 passing for 170 yards and two scores and rushed the ball eight times for 64 yards and three tallies. Kody Zumwalt added 15 carries for 180 yards rushing and one score, and Ethan Kunnkle recorded 11.5 tackles for the Falcons.
Junior Jake Purichia completed all 10 of his passes for 169 yards and three touchdowns in Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter’s 55-0 blanking of Park Tudor. Steven Campbell ran for two touchdowns, and Alex Parrett caught a pair of scores for the Raiders.
Anthony Burgos returned a kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown and a punt 67 yards for another score as Hobart earned a part of the Northwest Crossroads Conference title with a 50-7 win over Highland. LaKice Brooks ran 24 times for 139 yards and one score for Highland.
Carlos Fernandez threw for 155 yards and two touchdowns in East Chicago Central’s 35-0 shutout of Griffith. For the season, Fernandez is now 55-of-103 for 977 yards and 10 touchdowns. TreQuan Burnett added three catches for 109 yards and two scores, and Martayveus Carter added 18.5 tackles, a quarterback sack, and fumble recovery for the Cardinals. Patrick Stewart had 13 tackles, and Jason Stewart tallied 12.5 for EC Central.
Rashaan Coleman rumbled 27 times for 155 yards and one score as Portage held on for a 24-17 win over LaPorte. Coleman also had three catches for 30 yards and one score, and Gage Pearson added 107 yards passing for the Indians. Charles Salary carried the football 29 times for 145 yards and one touchdown, and Jonah Mason tossed for 111 yards for the Slicers.
Before leaving with a leg injury, David Yancey rushed 22 times for 187 yards and three touchdowns in Lake Central’s 35-21 win over Valparaiso. Riley Arvanitis chipped in 25 carries for 110 yards and two scores for the Indians.
Alec Sturdy and Kyle Sturdy scored three touchdowns apiece, helping South Central post a 38-14 victory over River Forest.
Jeremy Truchan threw three touchdown passes and ran for a fourth score in Wheeler’s 62-14 thrashing of Calumet. Sam Bolla added a pair of scores for the Bearcats.
Brooks Howell completed 8-of-9 passes for 266 yards and three touchdowns, helping Silver Creek roll to a 69-30 win over Crawford County. Layne Taylor added seven carries for 202 yards and three scores as the Dragons racked up 563 total yards of offense. Austin Hasting added two catches for 113 yards and two scores, and Drew Sherrow added three receptions for 109 for Silver Creek.
Nick Fairfield carried the football 10 times for 184 yards and three touchdowns and recorded 30 tackles and a fumble recovery in Monrovia’s 38-20 win over Clinton Central. Quarterbak Luke Hudson and wide out Logan Fite hooked up four times for 142 yards and two scores for the Bulldogs. T.J. Bower chipped in 14 tackles, and Tyler Ellis added 13 for Monrovia. Mitchell Snell paced Clinton Central with 26 carries for 107 yards and two scores.
Jalen West was 13-of-21 for 105 yards and two touchdowns, helping North Montgomery to a 21-7 win over Frankfort. Nathan Rogers had a pair of touchdown catches, and Joel Kauth ran for two scores for the Chargers.
Tyler Trietsch and Jesse Kerfoot combined for almost 250 yards rushing and six touchdowns in Hamilton Heights’ 75-13 win over Peru. Trietsch had 97 yards on the ground and four scores, and Kerfoot added 150 yards and two tallies for the Huskies.
Steven Wisnewski ran for two touchdowns, and Parker Dunshee threw for 223 yards and another score in Zionsville’s 31-23 win over Avon. John Naumcheff added five catches for 112 yards and one tally for the Eagles. Matt Betustak recorded 11 tackles for Avon.
Sam Neighbours completed six of his eight passes for 130 yards and three touchdowns in Indianapolis Bishop Chatard’s 34-7 triumph over Indianapolis Tech. Pete Hartley ran 18 times for 111 yards, and Joe Fagan added a pair of touchdown receptions for the Trojans.
Austin Bauer rambled for 202 yards and four touchdowns on just nine carries as Angola rolled to a 58-12 win over Central Noble. Trevor Lynch added 105 yards through the air and one score for the Hornets.
Camorrie Shittu accounted for more than 300 total yards and five touchdowns in Indianapolis Broad Ripple’s 42-12 win over Bowman Academy. The sophomore quarterback was 12-of-23 passing for 261 yards and three scores and ran nine times for 76 yards and two scores. Isaac Hampton added three catches for 133 yards and three scores for the Rockets.
Tony Gillespie notched 194 yards and three touchdowns on 22 carries as Anderson Prep Academy blanked Wes-Del, 45-0. Gillespie surpassed the 1,000-yard mark in rushing, and Tristen Anderson tossed for 109 yards for the Jets, who finished the season at 4-4.
Aaron Killebrew scored three touchdowns as Evansville Harrison downed Evansville Bosse, 44-13, to snap a 41-game Southern Indiana Athletic Conference losing streak. Carrington Crutcher had 32 rushes for 236 yards for Bosse.
Max Mooney tallied two scores in Evansville North’s 23-8 win over Evansville Central. DuVante’ Lane added 13 carries for 113 yards rushing for the Huskies.
Ke’Andre Vaughn found the end zone three times, including a 90-yard kickoff return, as Evansville Reitz held on for a 42-35 win over Evansville Mater Dei. Jordan Summers added 15 catches for 215 yards for the Panthers. Nolan Goebel paced the Wildcats with 31 rushes for 222 yards and three scores.
Brandon Phelps led a balanced offensive attack with 103 yards passing, one touchdown, and one scoring run as F.W. Snider cruised past F.W. Wayne, 34-3, to complete its first unbeaten regular season since 2005.
Jaylon Smith and Jaquale Cooper scored two touchdowns apiece in F.W. Bishop Luers’ 58-21 thrashing of F.W. Bishop Dwenger.
C.J. Jackson passed for two touchdowns and ran for a third score as F.W. North rolled to a 48-27 win over F.W. Northrop.
Chris Terry threw for three touchdowns in F.W. Carroll’s 63-11 triumph over DeKalb. Jimmy Crumley added 141 yards on the ground and two scores for the Chargers.
Travis Herbst passed for 192 yards and two touchdown passes to Justin Bachelder, helping Columbia City post a 26-6 win over Norwell.
Jaylin Bennett rumbled for 181 yards on the ground and three touchdowns as Woodlan breezed to a 48-34 win over Adams Central.
Nate Beatty tallied 136 yards rushing and two touchdowns and caught a pass for another score in Fremont’s 27-26 win over West Noble. Erik Mawhorter paced West Noble with 144 yards rushing and four touchdowns.
Drake Christen was 12-of-23 for 266 yards through the air in Lawrence Central’s 31-7 win over Bloomington North. Trey White had seven catches for 127 yards, and Alex Rodriguez added 13 rushes for 105 yards and two touchdowns for the Bears.
Christian Brown scored from one yard out on the final play of the game, helping Clarksville post a 24-20 win over Providence. Brown finished with 33 carries for 166 yards and two touchdowns. Aiden McEwen completed 18-of-28 passes for 220 yards and two scores for the Generals. Nathan Banet threw for 115 yards and two scoring passes to Dorian Noel for the Pioneers.
Michael Diehl accounted for three touchdowns, including a two-yard run in overtime, lifting New Albany to a 28-27 win over Floyd Central. Chase Herron ran 19 times for 101 yards and two touchdowns, and Garry Posey added 22 carries for 122 yards for Floyd Central.
Tyler Fridley passed for 206 yards (7-of-14) and four touchdowns and ran for fifth score in Jeffersonville’s 67-47 decision over Jennings County. Austin Hines ran for three scores, and Jacquari Chandler added a pair of touchdown catches for the Red Devils. Ryan Cowan was 9-of-19 for 186 yards and three scores and ran for another tally for Jennings County. Preston Teltow ran 26 times for 125 yards and one score, and Tommy Taylor added three touchdowns for the Panthers.
Sheldon Slusser scored a pair of touchdowns, helping Lewis Cass post a thrilling 21-20 win over Western. The Kings used a blocked field goal in the closing minute to seal the win.
Trevor Richmond threw three touchdown passes in Northwestern’s 35-6 win over Eastern (Greentown). Brandon Curry chipped in 123 yards rushing and one score for the Tigers. Papee Byers ran 24 times for 97 yards and a touchdown and passed for 99 yards for the Comets.
Curtis Wilson completed 21-of-31 passes for 273 yards and one touchdown in Anderson’s 41-33 win over Kokomo. Julian Beard added 77 yards rushing and three scores for the Indians. Bo Baker tallied 163 yards rushing and three touchdowns for the Wildkats.
Eli Conlin rolled up 205 yards and two touchdowns on eight attempts as Decatur Central cruised to a 40-14 win over Franklin. Tommy Stevens threw for one score and ran for another for the Hawks. Haylon Babuata rushed for two touchdowns for the Grizzly Cubs.
Quarterback T.C. McKiernnan accounted for more than 300 total yards and three touchdowns in Noblesville’s 36-0 shutout of Lafayette Harrison. McKiernnan ran for 116 yards and one score and threw for 201 yards and two scores. Hayden Stinnett added two scores on the ground for the Millers.
Frank Grimes ran for 137 yards and a touchdown to lead Westfield to a 35-28 win over Lafayette Jeff. Jacob Robinson added two scores for the Shamrocks. Darian Green ran 18 times for 162 yards and one score, and Matt Johnson passed for 136 yards and two touchdowns for the Bronchos.
Toke Akinribade had 16 carries for 90 yards and two touchdowns as Brownsburg blanked Fishers, 31-0. Quarterback Ian Good threw a touchdown pass and rushed for another score as the Bulldogs completed their first undefeated regular season since 1994
JaQuan Keys rushed for 210 yards and three touchdowns as Perry Meridian rolled past Bloomington South, 47-25. Andrew Robinson added 141 yards on the ground and one score for the Falcons. Johnathon Winters had 229 yards receiving and two scores for the Panthers.
Zane O’Dell rushed for 167 yards and two touchdowns and returned one of his two interceptions for another score, helping Mooresville earn their first win with a 31-12 decision over Franklin County.
Kaine Liscomb rolled up 216 yards on the ground and three touchdowns as Martinsville blanked Plainfield, 42-0. Dallas Forler added two touchdowns, including an interception return for the Artesians.
Jesse and Jon Furrow combined for four touchdowns in Pendleton Heights’ 45-0 shutout of Greenfield-Central. Jesse Furrow ran for two scores and Jon passed for two touchdowns as the Arabians forced seven turnovers.
LeVante Bellamy accumulated more than 100 yards rushing and two touchdowns in Indianapolis Brebeuf’s 46-22 thrashing of F.W. Concordia. Sterling Mitchell added two scores, including an 81-yard romp, for the Braves.
Robbie Stevens ran for one touchdown and passed for another in Beech Grove’s 15-13 win over Lapel.
Cam Smock’s scoring run in overtime paved the way for No. 6 Indianapolis Roncalli’s 20-13 win over No. 4 East Central in a battle of Class 4A heavyweights.
Matt Wray was 20-of-29 for 357 yards and four touchdowns in Indian Creek’s 60-6 trouncing of South Decatur. Dokkan Egenolf added 13 carries for 152 yards and two scores, and Brenden Smith had five receptions for 126 yards and two touchdowns for the Braves. Ethan Whitaker chipped in two scores for Indian Creek, and quarterback Chris Johanningham completed 24-of-45 passes for 245 yards and one score for the Cougars.
Pike signal caller Brent Lyles tossed for 133 yards and two touchdowns in the Red Devils’ 21-6 win over Franklin Central.
Tyler Dicks carried the football 15 times for 122 yards and three touchdown as Mount Vernon (Fortville) cruised to a 48-13 win over New Palestine. Andy Spears added a pair of scores for the Marauders.
Drew Dehnke had 32 rushes for 191 yards and three touchdowns as Guerin Catholic rolled to a 42-8 win over Jay County. Michael Myers was 5-of-6 passing for 235 yards and three touchdowns, and Tino Smith added two scoring catches for the Golden Eagles.
Western Boone quarterback C.J. McMann combined for more than 200 total yards and five touchdowns in the Stars’ 32-21 win over Lebanon. McMann was 13-of-22 through the air for 114 yards and three scores and rushed for 91 yards and two more tallies to help the Stars clinch a share of the Sagamore Conference title.
Aaron Harris accumulated 210 yards on the ground and three touchdowns on 16 carries as Whiteland handed Greenwood its first setback with a 56-35 triumph. Mark Shaw added 10 carries for 109 yards and one score, and Adam Gutermuth passed for 146 yards and two touchdowns for the Warriors.
Hunter Hardee rolled up 151 yards rushing and four touchdowns in the first half of Hamilton Southeastern’s 56-13 trouncing of McCutheon. Phoenix Badua added 96 yards on the ground and two scores for the Royals.
Timmy Mills found the end zone twice as Lafayette Central Catholic downed West Lafayette, 24-14, to secure the Hoosier Conference crown. Maurice Woodard ran 36 times for 129 yards for West Lafayette.
Senior Tim Barnett tallied 34 rushes for 275 yards and five touchdowns in Muncie Central’s 51-40 win over Marion. Barnett also had 11 solo tackles and a fumble recovery, and Billy Walker passed for 148 yards and two scores for the Bearcats. Jermaine Smith rushed for 140 yards, and Javaris Riley ran for three touchdowns for the Giants.
Sophomore Joe Spegal carried the ball 17 times for 142 yards and three touchdowns, leading Delta to a 42-25 win over Shelbyville. Jake Laker tallied three scores for Shelbyville.
Junior back Chandler Carroll ran 26 times for 211 yards and two touchdowns in Yorktown’s 21-7 win over Rushville.
Timber Hatfield ran for three touchdowns in Muncie South’s 48-14 trouncing of South Dearborn. Jake Reed added two scores, and Donnelle Lee grabbed a pair of interceptions for the Rebels.
Cleveland Walls came up with two touchdowns as Winchester rolled to a 49-26 win over Centerville. Devin Grilliot paced the Golden Falcons with 13 rushes for 122 yards and one score.
Senior Cole Barlett completed 18-of-22 passes for 331 yards and five touchdowns as Hagerstown captured the outright Tri-Eastern Conference title with a 54-7 win over Cambridge City Lincoln. Barlett also had an interception, and Jacob Leitner had six catches for 135 yards and one score to go along with two picks on defense for the Tigers. Bryan Matthews added nine receptions for 111 yards and two scores, and Trevor Bradway chipped in two touchdowns for Hagerstown. Tyler Brown ran 15 times for 167 yards, and Grant Renforth passed for 115 yards and one score for the Golden Eagles.
Ben Parrish and Taylor Kidd both went over the 100-yard mark in rushing, helping Richmond clinch the outright North Central Conference title with a 28-14 win over Logansport. Parris ran for 117 yards and three touchdowns and Taylor Kidd added 131 yards on the ground. Justyn Curtis tossed for 112 yards and one touchdown for the Red Devils. Bo Bullard had 21 carries for 125 yards and one score, and Jarod Schrock added 115 yards rushing on 15 attempts for the Berries.
Sophomore Kelsy Kirkland went over the 1,000-yard mark in rushing (1,058) with 124 yards on 15 carries as Northeastern downed Union City, 30-20. Joey Claypoole tossed for 99 yards and three touchdowns for the Knights.
Grant Stamm caught five passes for 105 yards and three touchdowns and returned an interception for another score, helping Linton-Stockton claim the Southwest Seven Conference title with a 68-0 blanking of North Central (Farmersburg). Austin Karaszia was 18-of-23 for 284 yards and three scores, and Cole Bradbury added two touchdowns and two interceptions for the Miners.
Sophomore Michael Watt became the first Terre Haute South running back to gain 100 yards this season as the Braves rolled to a 45-7 win over Lawrence North. Watt had 19 carries for 145 yards and two touchdowns. Danny Etling completed 9-of-13 passes for 126 yards and two touchdowns, and Tyler Seibert added nine receptions for 101 yards and two scores for South.
Payne Fortner was 20-of-31 for 218 yards and one touchdown, but it wasn’t enough as West Vigo held on for an 8-7 win over Sullivan. Michael Hutchcraft added six catches for 116 yards for the Golden Arrows in defeat.
Michael Duane found the end zone four times as Fountain Central cruised to a 55-27 win over Rockville. Jack Bolin and Jared Fisher added two scores apiece for the Mustangs. Tre Wilket passed for 103 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 100 yards and one score for Rockville. Ben Cunningham added 104 yards rushing and one touchdown, and Brian Lewis chipped in two scores for the Rox.