THE INDIANA FOOTBALL DIGEST’S HONOR ROLL – WEEK EIGHT
BY PAUL CONDRY AND MATT KOPSEA
Elwood senior running back Sammy Mireles became just the second player in Indiana top go over the 7.000-yard rushing mark with 12 carries for 301 yards and five touchdowns in the Panthers’ 66-6 win over Frankton. Mireles needs only 210 yards to surpass Otis Shannon as the state’s all-time leading rusher.
Mason Kutruff found his way into the Martinsville record book by throwing for a school-best seven touchdowns in a 56-6 thrashing of Mooresville. Kutruff was 18-of-27 for 327 yards. John Zloty caught three touchdown passes, Dallas Fortner added two catches for scores, and Zak Miranda ran nine times for 137 yards and one score for the Artesians. Cody Cannon passed for 127 yards and a touchdown for the Pioneers.
Christian Perry ran the football 40 times for a school-record 443 yards and three touchdowns as Southport rolled to a 70-41 win over Bloomington North. Luke Johnson passed for 259 yards and five touchdowns, and Cardell Tucker ran for two touchdowns and caught two passes for scores for the Cardinals. Tim Jewell added six catches for 108 yards and one score for Southport. Jack Smith threw for 396 yards and three touchdowns, and Hunter Jastremski added 16 carries for 172 yards and two touchdowns along with four catches for 101 yards and one score for the Cougars. Alex Richardson tallied five catches for 159 yards and a score for North.
One week after rushing for a school-record 520 yards and eight touchdowns, Chandler Carroll tallied 179 yards on the ground with two touchdowns in Yorktown’s 34-13 win over Shelbyville. Riley Neal threw for 196 yards and three touchdowns, two of them going to Jacob Wagner, for the Tigers.
Connor Christiansen was 15-of-18 passing for 155 yards and three touchdowns in Fishers’ 44-0 blanking of Lafayette Jeff. Alex Sahakian added field goals of 25, 31, and 28 yards for the Tigers.
Jacob Singer threw for two touchdowns and ran for two more scores, leading Eastbrook to a 49-7 thrashing of Oak Hill. Singer went 3-of-3 through for 59 yards and two scoring tosses to Mack Zodak, and ran 10 times for 153 yards. Zach Barton carried the ball 25 times for 140 yards, and Kyle Martin added 9.5 tackles, including eight solos, for the Panthers.
Mike Hartman ran 16 times for 158 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Plymouth to 35-12 win over Goshen. Jack Barron added 190 yards passing (7-of-10) and one score for the Rockies. Cameron Kline had 31 rushes for 211 yards and two touchdowns for the Redskins.
Charles Salary rambled for a school-best 353 yards and five touchdowns as LaPorte picked up its first win of the season with a 48-21 drubbing of Michigan City.
Shaq Vann exploded for 258 yards rushing and four touchdowns, guiding South Bend Adams to a 45-21 win against Elkhart Central. Vann also caught two passes for 54 yards as the Eagles racked up 332 yards rushing. Sophomore Antwaan Allen threw for three touchdowns, two going to Tre Taylor, for Central.
Casey Adams and Nik Olson both went over 100-yard mark rushing, lifting Jimtown to a 24-6 win over Bremen. Adams had 169 yards and two touchdowns, and Olson added 147 yards and one score for the Jimmies.
Daniel Wallace passed for three touchdowns and ran for a fourth, leading Glenn to a 46-14 win against Culver. Tyler Prentkowski caught a pair of passes for scores and ran for another tally for the Falcons. Preston Hansel found the end zone twice for the Cavaliers.
Drake Dierdorf, Ryan Mosier, and Wade Young each scored two touchdowns in New Prairie’s 62-0 shutout over LaVille. Zach Bassell passed and ran for scores for the Cougars, who equaled their school-best point total for the third time this season.
Tristan McClone rushed 29 times for 199 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Warsaw to a 28-7 win over NorthWood. Austin Head added two touchdown passes for the Tigers.
Levi Stant’s touchdown run with 52 seconds left allowed Jay County to post a 32-27 win over Heritage. The Patriots, who trailed 27-18, are 6-2 for the first time since 2007.
Backup quarterback Colin McCaslin’s two touchdown passes were not enough as Delta dropped a 23-20 decision to Mount Vernon (Fortville). Over the course of the game, Delta lost linebacker Jon Kern, fullback Joe Spegel, and quarterback Cade Jones to injuries.
Bracken Barga passed for 257 yards and three touchdowns in Monroe Central’s 38-35 loss to Southern Wells. Beau Combs added 103 yards in receptions for Monroe Central.
Joe Partin had 18 carries for 153 yards and two touchdowns, leading Kankakee Valley to 49-26 win over Highland. Darrick Webster added two touchdown passes to Alex Berdine, and Tim Schoonveld recorded four quarterback sacks for the Kougars. Ian Hardy rushed for 144 yards and a touchdown for the Trojans.
McKinley Warren rushed for 96 yards and two touchdowns and had 70 yards receiving and one score in Evansville Memorial’s 42-41 overtime victory against Evansville Harrison. Luke Shoulders added two scores on the ground, Jordan Scheessele threw for 153 yards and one score, and Kelsey Coslett racked up 14 tackles for the Tigers. Lawan Rollins ran for two touchdowns and passed for a third tally, and Maliek Parker added a scoring pass and catch for the Warriors.
Dan Garza piled up 14 tackles, including 11 solos, lifting Lowell to a 17-7 win over Munster. Zach Bobos chipped in 13 tackles, and Eddie Simmons added a pair of interceptions for the Red Devils, who have won six straight games heading into next week’s showdown with Andrean for the Northwest Crossroads Conference championship. Dominic Lucito had 99 yards on the ground and a touchdown for the Mustangs.
Jake Jatis completed 13-of-21 passes for 199 yards and three touchdowns, guiding Crown Point to a 56-28 win over Chesterton. Tristan Peterson added 86 yards rushing and three scores for the Bulldogs. Cole Teal tossed for 204 yards passing and two scores for the Trojans.
Bryce Stancombe threw for 124 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a third score, lifting Bloomington South to a 35-14 win over Columbus North. It was the 250th career win for Bloomington South coach Mo Moriarty. Eli Eads added 185 yards rushing and two touchdowns for the Panthers. Mitchell Kelley tossed for 146 yards and one touchdown to Weston Moore, who finished with four catches for 103 yards, and Josh Holt ran for 99 yards and one score for the Bulldogs.
Known for his ability to haul in passes, Ohio State recruit Terry McLaurin showed he was just as good as a runner with 12 carries for 132 yards in Indianapolis Cathedral’s 23-14 win over Indianapolis Tech. Collin Barthel chipped in 191 yards passing and three rushing touchdowns, Zach Saum had six catches for 105 yards, and Kyle Loechel racked up 11 tackles for the Irish. James Gilbert had 32 rushes for 165 yards and one score for Tech.
Pierre Byrne’s 77-yard punt return for a touchdown with 26 seconds left paved the way for Culver Military Academy to post a 23-17 win over Boone Grove. Hayes Barnes tossed a pair of touchdown passes to Donald Reed for the Eagles. Evan Stewart rushed for 133 yards on 30 carries, and Aaron Ellis threw for 169 yards and had both a passing and a rushing touchdown for the Wolves.
Jacob Howdeshell had 203 yards on the ground and two scores, helping Rochester rally for a 26-9 win over Whitko.
David Morrison passed for 241 yards and three touchdowns and ran for a fourth score in F.W Concordia Lutheran’s 35-3 drubbing of Lakeland. Jake Minich added 10 catches for 108 yards and two scores for the Cadets.
Parker Fritz ran for two touchdowns and caught a pass for a third score, leading West Central to a 36-28 win over North Judson. Maverick Pitts scored a pair of touchdowns for North Judson.
Cameron Kitson rambled 13 times for 196 yards and three touchdowns in Fairfield’s 35-14 upset of previously unbeaten Churubusco. Kane Johnson has 110 yards on the ground and one score for Churubusco.
Tanner Bradley had 148 yards rushing and two touchdowns, leading Mishawaka to a 28-14 win over Marian. Ryan Schafer threw for 76 yards and ran for 52 yards and one score for Marian.
Zach Oakley ran and passed for touchdowns, helping Penn post a 21-11 win over S.B. Riley. Daigien Morgan passed for 204 yards and ran for 113 yards and one score for Riley.
Matt Monserez tossed for 179 yards and four touchdowns to four different receivers, lifting S.B. St. Joseph to a 42-14 win against S.B. Clay.
Cody Maldonado had four receptions for 130 yards and three touchdowns as Portage won its fourth straight game with a 28-13 decision over Valparaiso.
Anthony Hunt had his second straight game over 100 yards, rushing for 146 yards and three touchdowns, to help East Chicago Central to a 34-6 win against Bowman Academy.
D.J. Wilkins threw for 289 yards and three touchdowns to help pace Merrillville past Lake Central, 20-17, to clinch at least a share of the Duneland Conference title. Tyrie Fuller had seven catches for 142 yards and a score, while Jonathan Robinson added 89 receiving yards and two tallies for the Pirates.
Matt DeSomer rushed for 168 yards and a score, while throwing for another 77 yards and another score as Andrean stayed unbeaten with a 56-21 victory over Griffith. The 59ers racked up 508 yards in the contest.
Kenneth Coleman rushed for 85 yards and three touchdowns, including the clinching score in the fourth quarter, to help Hammond Morton run past Hobart, 34-21. Jarrett Dickey caught five passes for 154 yards and a score for the Governors. Noah Smith rushed for 149 yards and a touchdown for the Brickies.
Quarterback Ramone Atkins was off the charts, completing 19-of-20 passes for 401 yards and seven touchdowns as Gary West routed Gary Wallace, 82-20. Atkins also ran for 55 yards and a score, and Ohio State-bound receiver Lonnie Johnson caught five passes for 152 yards and three scores for the Cougars.
De’Shon Roberson scored three touchdowns, two coming on punt returns, as Hammond routed Hammond Gavit, 58-6. Derion Rogers added a pair of scores for the Wildcats in the victory.
Maurice Dawkins rushed for 143 yards and touchdowns as Hammond Clark had no problem downing Gary Roosevelt, 47-12.
Malachi Sali rushed for 179 yards and a touchdown as River Forest took advantage of five turnovers in a 30-20 win over previously unbeaten Whiting. Quarterback Brandon Lass added two passing and two rushing scores for the Ingots. Ethan Young rushed for 93 yards and two scores for the Oilers.
Kyle Sturdy threw for 198 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 76 yards and two tallies, leading South Central to a 48-22 win over Calumet. Robert Miller hauled in 171 receiving yards and a touchdown to go along with a 70-yard punt return for another score for the Satellites.
Riley Smith fired a pair of touchdown passes to Kyle Burch in the second half as Wheeler rallied past Hammond Noll, 21-19. Burch had 110 receiving yards for the Bearcats, while Jacob Wasz rushed for 116 yards and a score for the Bearcats.
Justin Tranquill rushed for 171 yards and three touchdowns and also returned a punt 93 yards for another tally as Carroll (F.W.) blanked Columbia City, 56-0. Before the game Carroll officials presented a check for $4,805 to Columbia City’s Sam Dailey, who suffered a head injury in the season opener, before the game. The school raised the money for Dailey with a fundraiser leading up to the game.
Piercen Harnish’s 47-yard touchdown pass to Reggie Hayes in the third quarter paved the way for Norwell’s 28-26 upset of Homestead. Harnish tossed for 123 yards and two scores and rushed for 97 yards and another tally. Logan Ormsby was 24-of-33 for 310 yards and two touchdowns, and Ben Skowronek added nine catches for 155 yards and two scores for Homestead.
Brandon Mable enjoyed a triumphant return to the lineup by running for 239 yards and two touchdowns in East Noble’s 30-6 win over previously unbeaten New Haven. Bryce Wolfe added 236 total yards and one touchdown pass for the Knights.
Chase Ellsworth and Trevor Love combined for more than 300 yards rushing and four touchdowns, leading Bellmont to a 62-27 win over DeKalb. Ellsworth had 131 yards rushing and Love tallied 175 yards on the ground.
Quinn Cook threw for 184 yards and two touchdowns in F.W. Bishop Luers’ 49-27 loss to Bishop Hartley (Ohio).
Jaylin Bennett rushed for 142 yards and one score, leading Woodlan to a 28-7 win over South Adams. Deaundre Woods added two touchdowns for the Warriors. Derek Wanner threw for 118 yards and one score for the Starfires.
Levi Stant’s three touchdowns paved the way for Jay County to post a 32-27 win over Heritage. Branson Dossen passed for 198 yards and one touchdown, and Joel Snyder rushed for two scores for Heritage.
Logan Leiter and Jordan Hissong scored two touchdowns apiece, leading Leo to a 35-7 win against Garrett. Leiter had 14 carries for 140 yards and Hissong added 94 yards rushing for the Lions.
Kyle Baker and Hunter Bates both went over the 100-yard mark rushing in Adams Central’s 21-12 win over Bluffton. Baker rushed for 163 yards and a touchdown and Bates tallied 103 yards and one score for the Flying Jets. Javon Morgan threw for 145 yards and ran for a score for the Tigers.
Jibri Bramley ran for 110 yards and three touchdowns, leading F.W. Snider to a 38-35 win over F.W. Bishop Dwenger. Mike Fiacable tossed for 270 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 78 yards and two more scores, whule Ryan Watercutter had six catches for 106 yards for Dwenger.
Mike Lovett raced for 105 yards and two touchdowns in F.W. North’s 21-7 win over rival F.W. South. Nick Cook added 101 yards on the ground and 30-yard interception return for a score for the Redskins. Shaton Harris rushed for 126 yards and one tally for the Archers.
Austin Yarbro found the end zone three times as F.W. Wayne blanked F.W. Northrop, 28-0. John McKinney passed for 156 yards for Northrop.
Ty Preston’s 11-yard touchdown pass to freshman Luke Schrader with one minute left lifted Lafayette Central Catholic to a 28-27 win over Rensselaer. Preston finished 19-of-34 for 219 yards and three touchdowns as well as three extra-points. Rylan Arihood ran for two scores for Rensselaer.
Parker Ronchetto completed 10-of-13 passes for 215 yards and three touchdowns in West Lafayette’s 47-16 win over Seeger. Maurice Woodard ran nine times for 121 yards and two scores for the Red Devils. Trevor Bowlus rushed 28 times for 132 yards for the Patriots.
Garrett Johnson ran for 131 yards and one touchdown and returned a kickoff 86 yards for another tally, leading Delphi to a 171-4 win over Benton Central. Johnson also had three interceptions and a fumble recovery for the Oracles. Gunther Balensiefer caught a pair of touchdown passes for the Bison.
Brandon Dillon’s three touchdowns paved the way as Carroll (Flora) cruised to a 34-14 win over Frontier.
Luke Diener combined for more than 400 total yards and six touchdowns in North White’s 70-14 thrashing of South Newton. Diener was 7-of-9 through the air for 136 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 255 yards and four scores. Jake Russell added three scores on the ground, and Jon Dafcik ran for three scores and passed for a fourth tally for the Vikings. Trevor Lowe scored twice for the Rebels.
Jalen West passed for 109 yards and Joel Kauth added 74 yards rushing and a touchdown, leading North Montgomery to a 21-7 win over Western Boone. Logan Wethington threw for 152 yards for Western Boone.
Colton Jobe ran the football eight times for a career-high 206 yards and two touchdowns, leading Tri-West to a 41-6 win over Southmont. Jake Hendershot added 165 yards through the air and two scores and also ran for 76 yards and two tallies for the Bruins. Nate Farabee ran for 103 yards and one touchdown for the Mounties.
Sophomore Jacob Earl and senior Brayden Woodard combined for more than 375 yards rushing and six touchdowns, helping No. 2 (Class 1A) North Vermillion to a 42-35 win over No. 5 and previously unbeaten Fountain Central. Earl had 34 carries for 254 yards and three scores, and Woodard ran 14 times for 124 yards and two scores and threw for a third tally. Koby Pierce tossed for 300 yards and five touchdowns, two going to Trevor Lovell, for Fountain Central.
Julian Weidner found the end zone four times in Evansville Mater Dei’s 49-28 win over Evansville Central. Nolan Goebel tallied 152 yards on the ground and two scores for the Wildcats. Avion Sullivan rushed for 94 yards and two touchdowns for the Bearcats.
De’Wayne Esters has 21 carries for 187 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Evansville Reitz to a 38-27 win over Evansville Bosse. Malik Higgins added 16 rushes for 145 yards and one score for the Panthers. Carrington Crutcher rushed for 130 yards and two touchdowns for the Bulldogs.
Will Randell accumulated over 200 total yards and five touchdowns in Castle’s 35-14 win over Evansville North. Randell passed for 125 yards and three scores and ran for 97 yards and two tallies.
Adam Grannan was 17-of-26 passing for 216 yards and two touchdowns as Tecumseh rolled to a 42-17 win over North Posey. Alex Hall caught five passes for 111 yards and two scores, and Josh Taylor ran for 112 yards and two scores for the Braves. Darren O’Risky ran for two touchdowns and caught a pass for a third score for the Vikings.
Isiah Stokes and Isaac Stokes each scored three touchdowns as South Spencer rolled to a 35-14 win over Boonville. Malin Webb passed for 202 yards and three scores, and Jake Burden scampered for 205 yards and one score for the Rebels. Anthony Rosas rushed seven times for 182 yards and three touchdowns for the Pioneers.
Nick Sellers completed 11-of-19 passes for 182 yards and one touchdown and ran for two more scores, lifting Gibson Southern to a 35-14 win over Tell City. Elliott Brown tallied 199 yards on the ground and two scores for Tell City.
Dakota Begle’s 27-yard field goal in the second overtime helped Forest Park claim their first-ever win over Heritage Hills, 27-24. Trent Bayer threw for two scores for the Rangers. Logan Wilkerson tossed a pair of touchdown passes to Sam Collins for the Patriots.
Deon Hardiman rambled for 128 yards and two touchdowns and returned an interception 25 yards for another score, leading Princeton to a 26-19 win over Mount Vernon (Posey).
Conner Craig tallied four touchdowns as Southridge cruised to a 55-10 win over Pike Central.
Nick Hale scored three touchdowns and Nolan Ahrens passed for two scores in Jasper’s 58-7 drubbing of Washington.
Blake Luker combined for more than 300 yards and four touchdowns as New Palestine remained perfect with a 51-7 thrashing of Greenfield Central. Luker was 15-of-17 passing for 221 yards and one score to go along with 80 yards rushing and three tallies. James Young chipped in 110 yards and one score for the Dragons.
Jeron Gray enjoyed a successful return to the Kokomo lineup with 85 yards rushing and two touchdowns as well as 71-yard interception return for a score in the Wildkats’ 56-6 clubbing of Marion. Bo Baker chipped in 186 yards on the ground and one score, and Jordan Holloman added two tallies for Kokomo, which recorded a team-record nine quarterback sacks.
Austin Bates threw for 185 yards and four touchdowns and ran for 93 yards and another tally, lifting Eastern (Greentown) to a 57-26 decision over Taylor. Will Porter added a pair of touchdown catches for the Comets. Dayne Tomlinson rambled for 139 yards and four scores for the Titans.
Logan Macaluso scored a pair of touchdowns, helping Northwestern to a 37-18 win over Peru. Trey Richmond tossed a pair of touchdown passes, and Michael Plummer ran for 108 yards and one score before leaving with an injury in the third quarter for the Tigers.
Ben Lenahan ran for 1627yards and two touchdowns, leading Western to a 35-14 win over Hamilton Heights. Lenahan also had an interception late in the game, and Drew Bellus added 70 yards on the ground and three scores for the Panthers. Conner Faulkner rushed for 92 yards and one score for the Huskies.
Tyler Janney accumulated over 300 yards of offense, lifting Hamilton Southeastern to a 34-6 win over Harrison (Lafayette). Janney passed for 215 yards and one touchdown and ran for 108 yards and two scores. Aaron Matio added a scoring run and catch for the Orioles. Jake Lasky tossed for 170 yards and one touchdown for the Raiders, who have dropped 34 games in a row.
Nick McCormick was 12-of-20 passing for 152 yards and four touchdowns in Speedway’s 48-21 win over Indianapolis Lutheran. Justin Brent added seven receptions for 105 yards and three touchdowns, and Jordan Furlow chipped in a scoring run and catch for the Sparkplugs. Dylen Goddard rushed 12 times for 116 yards and one score, Austin Mays added nine carries for 114 yards and a touchdown, and Jake Reed passed for 118 yards and one tally for the Saints.
Jeffrey Wooten rushed for 170 yards and three touchdowns, leading Whiteland to a 48-42 win over Plainfield. Brandon Patterson added 118 yards on the ground and two scores for the Warriors. Jacob Maple ran for 194 yards and four touchdowns and also threw for a score, and Brady Nichols passed for 191 yards and one score for the Quakers.
Kyle Castner tossed for 165 yards and three touchdowns, guiding Indianapolis Ben Davis to a 65-0 blanking of Lawrence North. Chris Evans caught a pair of passes for scores and ran for another tally, and Dorian Tate carried the ball eight times for 100 yards for the Giants.
Brenden Smith did a little bit of everything in Indian Creek’s 40-8 win over Broad Ripple. Smith had 112 yards receiving and three touchdowns, 100 yards rushing and one score, and also threw a touchdown pass. Nic Brown tossed a pair of passes for scores, and Gynson Robley had 124 yards through the air and one score for the Braves.
Tyler Scott passed for 169 yards and three touchdowns, leading Greencastle to a 42-14 win over Cascade. Alec Pettit rushed for 117 yards and three scores, and Nathan Tesmer caught two scoring passes for the Tiger Cubs.
John Gallman led a balanced attack with 142 yards rushing and one score in Greenwood’s 28-10 win over Franklin. Ross Barr ran for 102 yards and caught a touchdown pass for Franklin.
Elvin Caldwell carried the football 38 times for 210 yards and two touchdowns in top-ranked (Class 5A) Westfield’s 17-14 win over Noblesville. T.C. McKiernan tossed for 146 yards and ran for a score for Noblesville.
Luke Calvert finished 13-of-14 passing for 177 yards and three touchdowns in Center Grove’s 41-14 thrashing of Indianapolis North Central. Logan Hutson added two rushing scores and a touchdown catch for the Trojans. Michael Loggan had 176 yards through the air and one score for the Panthers.
Benjamin Thacker raced for 213 yards and four touchdowns, lifting Triton Central to a 49-27 win over Beech Grove. Robbie Stevens threw for 251 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a third score for Beech Grove.
Sam Jost rushed the ball 26 times for 210 yards and three touchdowns, helping Indianapolis Bishop Chatard to a 24-0 win over Guerin Catholic.
Logan Lorian ran for 143 yards and four touchdowns in South Putnam’s 34-21 win over Monrovia. Logan Hale passed for 109 yards and ran for a touchdown for Monrovia.
Jon Spurlock rambled for 184 yards and a touchdown, leading Milan to a 53-14 win over Edinburgh. Gavin Detraz rushed for three scores for the Indians. Bobby Simpson threw for 114 yards and one touchdown for the Lancers.
Shakir Paschall ran 27 times for 146 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Carmel to a 40-32 win over Indianapolis Pike. Isaac James added two scores on the ground for the Greyhounds. Brent Lyles passed for 268 yards and one score, and Derrick Wilkerson chipped in three rushing touchdowns for the Red Devils.
Matt Penola had 98 yards rushing and one touchdown as Zionsville cruised to a 27-3 win over Brownsburg. Conner Drake added field goals of 23 and 29 yards, and Josh Hinkle threw for 125 yards for the Eagles.
LeVante Bellamy raced for 184 yards and three touchdowns in Brebeuf Jesuit’s 63-7 drubbing of North Putnam. Aaron Banks chipped in 156 yards passing and one score for the Braves.
Aaron Austin led the way with 184 yards rushing and three touchdowns as Franklin Central held on for a 28-24 win over Terre Haute South. Tim Herrin passed for 293 yards and three scores for TH South.
David Holtkamp carried the ball 17 times for 162 yards and three touchdowns, helping Indianapolis Roncalli to a 41-28 win over Decatur Central. Cam Smock added 121 yards passing and one touchdown along with a rushing score for the Rebels. Tommy Stevens was 20-of-30 through the air for 219 yards and one touchdown, and Ryker Stout ran nine times for 102 yards and one score for the Hawks.
Ricky Brookins raced for 174 yards and four touchdowns in Terre Haute North’s 42-28 win over Perry Meridian. Kai Stratten chipped in 118 yards rushing and one score for the Patriots. Conner Smith passed for 206 yards and one score, Jaquan Keys rand for 106 yards and one touchdown, and Collin Timmons added two scoring receptions for the Falcons.
Brayton Shannon ran 14 times for 157 yards and two touchdowns as Mount Vernon (Fortville) edged Delta, 23-20. Colin McCaslin tossed for 225 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for a score, and Jalen Robinson had six catches for 156 yards and one touchdown for Delta.
Andre Guy rushed for two touchdowns Saturday, lifting Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter to a 21-14 win over Indianapolis Scecina. Jake Purichia tossed for 123 yards and one touchdown for the Raiders. Nolan Ayers had two scores on the ground for the Crusaders.
Justin Mersch raced for 239 yards and three touchdowns, guiding Pioneer to a 50-22 win over Tri-County. Tyler Hanna added 106 yards rushing and two scores for the Panthers. Blake Justice paced the Cavaliers with 120 yards on the ground and two touchdowns.
Brendan McGehee found the end zone three times as Lewis Cass recorded its 15th straight win over Maconaquah with a 36-14 triumph.
Tyler Katschke had 13 carries for 196 yards and four touchdowns in Winamac’s 66-6 thrashing of Caston. Levi Schultz added a rushing touchdown to go along with punt and kickoff returns for scores for the Warriors.
Marcus Record raced 10 times for 214 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Logansport to a 48-17 win over New Castle. Ryan Schrock ran for 100 yards and two scores and passed for 74 yards and another tally for the Berries. Spencer Sargent had 117 yards on the ground and one touchdown and caught a pass for another score for the Trojans.
Timmric Barrett scored two touchdowns to lead Muncie Central to a 22-21 win over Anderson.
Spencer Gilbert rushed for 176 yards in Eastern Hancock’s 68-19 clubbing of Shenandoah.
Brandin McCullough raced for 218 yards and a touchdown, leading Wawasee to a 28-20 win against Elkhart Memorial. Gage Reinhard tossed for 127 yards and two scores for the Warriors. Nathan Troutman tossed for 116 yards and one score and ran for 70 yards and another tally for the Chargers.
Michael Willis threw two touchdown passes to Michael Hutchcraft in Sullivan’s 35-14 win over South Vermillion.
Keiontre Wilkey and Matt Wake both ran for more than 100 yards as Rockville blanked Riverton Parke, 65-0. Wilkey had seven carries for 134 yards and two touchdowns, and Wake added 100 yards on the ground and one score for the Rox.