THE INDIANA FOOTBALL DIGEST’S HONOR ROLL – WEEK FIVE
BY PAUL CONDRY AND MATT KOPSEA
Shaq Vann ran 39 times for a school-record 425 yards and five touchdowns, leading South Bend Adams to a 40-34 win over South Bend St. Joseph. The two teams combined 943 yards of offense. Despite having a sore non-throwing left arm, quarterback Matt Monserez completed 25-of-40 passes for 377 yards and two touchdowns for St. Joe. Denton Gillis added 12 catches for 211 yards and one score for the Indians.
Christian Peach rushed for a school-record 307 yards and five touchdowns on 33 attempts, helping Castle post a 39-14 win over Evansville Central.
Jake Hendershot accounted for more than 375 total yards and six touchdowns in Tri-West’s 48-8 thrashing of North Montgomery. The junior quarterback completed 13-of-24 passes for 247 yards and three scores to go along with 16 carries for 131 yards and three tallies.
Making his first varsity start, senior quarterback Cody Turpen completed 16-of-34 passes for 223 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for a score, leading Indianapolis Ben Davis to a 49-49 win over Indianapolis Pike Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium. Jamie Akin rushed 20 times for 140 yards and two touchdowns, Michael Beaty caught a pair of scoring passes, and Dorian Tate ran for two tallies for the Giants. Brent Lyles was 14-of-27 passing for 228 yards and four touchdowns and ran 15 times for 92 yards and one score for Pike. Dominique Booth caught seven passes for 138 yards and three scores for the Red Devils.
Zach Oakley tossed three touchdown passes to Inoke Moala, helping Penn to a 57-0 shutout of S.B. Clay. Oakley added a touchdown run for the Kingsmen, who allowed just 62 total yards.
Malik Higgins ran 10 times for 171 yards and two touchdowns in Evansvile Reitz’s 63-7 win over Evansville Harrison. De’Wayne Esters added 93 yards on the ground and three scores for Reitz.
For the second straight week, Carrington Crutcher accounted for the game-winning touchdown reception from Ian Nunley in the closing seconds as Evansville Bosse rallied for a 37-35 win over Evansville Memorial. Crutcher had four receptions for 155 yards and ran 27 times for 155 yards and two scores, while Nunley passed for two scores and ran for a third for the Bulldogs. Jordan Scheessele was 15-of-20 for 231 yards and three touchdowns, two of them going to Issac Hoffman, for Memorial. McKinley Warren ran for 100 yards and one score, and Luke Shoulders added 100 yards rushing for the Tigers.
Sam Scott’s 77-yard kickoff return for a touchdown paved the way for New Prairie’s 25-7 win over Jimtown. Wade Young added 101 yards rushing and one score for the Cougars, who won at Knepp Field for the first time since 1988 and are now 5-0 for the first time.
Tanner Bradley powered his way for 134 yards in Mishawaka’s 17-14 win over Fort Wayne North. Michael Lovett passed for 156 yards and two touchdowns for North.
Ben Shriver threw for 186 yards and two touchdown passes to Nolan Sponseller as Tippecanoe Valley hung on for 34-32 win over Northfield. Sponseller finished with three receptions for 146 yards, and Chris Torpy added 22 carries for 125 yards and two scores for the Vikings. Conner Frieden ran for three touchdowns and passed for 106 yards and a fourth score, while Josh Bickel rushed for 120 yards and one tally for the Norsemen.
Cameron Kitson scampered for 269 yards and five touchdowns, lifting Fairfield to a 55-28 victory over Eastside. Kitson also caught a pass for a score as the Falcons rolled up 485 total yards. PJ Dean ran for two touchdowns and passed for a third tally for Eastside.
Tyler Katschke proved to be worthy of being named homecoming king by rushing 12 times times for 181 yards and four touchdowns in Winamac’s 55-8 thrashing of Tri-County. Parker Fox passed and ran for scores for the Warriors, who are 5-0 for the first time since 2000. Zack Markley had his school-best streak of consecutive extra-points snapped at 32 and is now 32-of-33 for the season.
Tanner Hughes scampered for 193 yards and three touchdowns as Whitko improved to 3-0 in the Three Rivers Conference with a 51-7 win over Wabash. Thomas Owsley added two scores for the Wildcats.
Gage Klingsmith rushed the ball 31 times for 197 yards and two touchdowns, helping Floyd Central rally for a 28-14 win over previously unbeaten Jeffersonville. Brandon Stout added 11 tackles and two interceptions, and Garry Posey also recorded two interceptions for the Highlanders.
Tanner Love ran and passed for touchdowns in Northridge’s 24-0 shutout of Warsaw. Travis Schlabach chipped in 101 yards rushing and one score for the Raiders, who recorded their first shutout since 2009.
Jack Barron threw for 113 yards and one touchdown and ran for two more scores Saturday, leading Plymouth to a 43-6 win over Elkhart Memorial. Justin Drudge ran and caught a pass for scores, and Michael Hartman added two tallies for the Rockies, who accumulated nearly 400 total yards.
Harvey Allen rushed for 117 yards and three touchdowns, lifting Fishers to a 35-13 win over Harrison (West Lafayette). Arrione Cook raced for 126 yards and one score for Harrison, which dropped its 31st straight game
Gage Reinhard was 15-of-22 passing for 209 yards and three touchdowns as Wawasee held on for a 21-16 win over NorthWood. Jordan Elliott added eight catches for 100 yards and one score, and Austin Lutz added two touchdown catches for the Warriors. Will Kirkwood threw for 153 yards and one touchdown, and Luke Edwards rushed for 123 yards and one score for the Panthers.
William Kelly passed for two touchdowns, leading Lakeland to a 34-0 drubbing of West Noble. Thomas Roebel added a pair of scores on the ground for the Lakers.
Jacob Howdeshell accounted for three touchdowns, two of them coming on runs, helping Rochester post a 28-21 win against Southwood. Robbie Cole tossed three touchdown passes for Southwood.
Hunter Holiday accounted for 181 yards rushing, five touchdowns, and three two-point conversions as West Central cruised to a 56-14 win over South Newton.
LeVante Bellamy rushed for a career-high 249 yards and three touchdowns in Brebeuf Jesuit’s 37-13 win over Culver Military Academy. Aaron Banks added 132 yards passing and a scoring run for the Braves.
Brandon Scott ran 22 times for 136 yards and three touchdowns, helping Lake Central claim a 27-7 win over LaPorte.
David Hittinger scored two fourth quarter touchdowns to allow Valparaiso to rally for a 21-14 win over Chesterton. Dakota Overland ran for 105 yards, and Angelo Madrigal added 12 tackles for the Vikings. Cole Teal romped for 93 yards and two touchdowns, Avery Brooks added 98 yards rushing, and Tyler Gillespie chipped in 90 yards on the ground for Chesterton. Garrett Walker contributed nine tackles, including four for losses for the Trojans.
Keegan Higgins raced for 141 yards and four touchdowns, lifting Kankakee Valley to post a 39-18 win over Griffith. Joe Partin added 155 yards rushing and one score for the Kougars.
George Fields tallied 248 yards on the ground and three touchdowns, helping Lowell to a 22-0 blanking of Highland. Dan Garza racked up 14 tackles, and Ike James added 11 for the Red Devils.
Hunter Schuman and Tyler Prentkowski both rushed for more than 100 yards and a touchdown in Glenn’s 40-6 clubbing of Triton. Schuman tallied 144 yards, Pretkowski added 112 yards, and Daniel Wallace ran and passed for scores for the Falcons, who rolled up more than 450 yards on the ground. Cole Creighbaum tossed for 150 yards and one score for the Trojans.
Grant Klockow rambled for 130 yards and three touchdowns to lead Bremen to a 45-14 thrashing of Culver. Kai Slough passed for 145 yards and one score and ran for another tally for the Lions.
Devin Cannady passed for 136 yards and one touchdown as Mishawaka Marian posted its second straight shutout with a 34-0 blanking of S.B. Washington.
Daigien Morgan rushed for 148 yards and two touchdowns and threw for 58 yards and another tally, helping S.B. Riley to a 42-24 win over Elkhart Central. Thomas Capers added two scores, including a 96-yard kickoff return, for the Wildcats. Joe Phillips ran for 112 yards, and Vinnie Schnell tossed a pair of touchdown passes for the Blazers.
Trevor Wilmore accounted for more than 275 yards of offense, good for five touchdowns, as Concord cruised to a 49-21 win over Goshen. Wilmore ran for 148 yards and four scores and threw for 148 yards and one tally. Jerrell Pointdexter caught eight passes for 108 yards and one score for the Minutemen, who totaled over 450 total yards. Derek DeMeyer passed and ran for scores for the Redskins.
Walker Boyles recorded two fumble recoveries to go along with a touchdown reception and run as East Noble came up with four fumbles and four interceptions in a 27-7 win over Carroll (FW). Dustin Maples added two interceptions for the Knights, who were without the services of Brandon Maples, who was suspended.
Jordan Hogue became New Haven’s career leader in receiving yards with nine receptions for 141 yards and two touchdowns in the Bulldogs’ 28-7 win over Norwell. Hogue now has more than 1,600 yards receiving, while quarterback Vance Shearer completed 19-of-24 passes for 300 yards and three scores for New Haven. D’Andre Smith ran for 117 yards and one score, and Brandon Stone added 12 tackles for the Bulldogs. Piercen Harnish passed for 72 yards and one touchdown and ran for 99 yards for Norwell.
D’Wayne Eskridge rushed for 222 yards, leading Bluffton to a 28-14 win over Garrett. Michael Pearson added three touchdown runs, and Jake Wenger passed and ran for scores for the Tigers. Noah Follett threw for 164 yards and two scores for the Railroaders.
Donovan Clark carried the football 25 times for 249 yards and four touchdowns in F.W. South’s 47-21 thrashing of F.W. Northrop. John McKinney tossed for 102 yards and three touchdowns, two going to Jacoby Claypool, for Northrop.
Jaylin Bennett was a workhorse with 45 carries for 260 yards and three touchdowns as Woodlan cruised to a 32-7 win over Prairie Heights.
Branson Dossen completed 10-of-14 passes for 285 yards and four touchdowns, helping Heritage to a 33-27 win over Adams Central. Conner Bleke had three scoring receptions for 98 yards, and Nathan Roop rushed for 102 yards and two scores for the Patriots. Andrew Hammond tossed for 176 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a third tally for the Flying Jets.
Trevor Berg ran 29 times for 184 yards and two touchdowns as Andrean posted a 28-14 win over previously unbeaten Hobart. Matt DeSomer ran for 135 yards and one touchdown and passed for 115 yards and one tally for the 59ers.
Lorenzo Wells’ first two career interceptions resulted in touchdowns, leading Portage to a 31-3 win over Crown Point. Gage Pearman added 132 yards passing and two touchdowns, and Cody Maldonado caught seven passes for 100 yards and one score for the Indians.
Trevor Love accounted for 142 yards rushing and two touchdowns as Bellmont edged Homestead, 14-13, in overtime to end the Spartans 28-game regular season and 22-game Northeast Hoosier Conference winning streak.
Braden Myer ran for two touchdowns as Columbia City breezed to a 34-12 win over DeKalb. Trevor Bolt added two touchdown passes to Wayne Smith for the Eagles.
Jibri Bramley ran for 92 yards and a touchdown, helping F.W. Snider hold on for a 14-13 win over F.W. Concordia. David Morrison tossed for 267 yards and one score for Concordia, which missed a potential game-winning two-point conversion.
Logan Wood and Jordan Hissong ran for two touchdowns apiece in Leo’s 35-12 pasting of South Adams.
Cody Conwell ran for 154 yards as Churubusco made it 24 straight Northeast Corner Conference wins with a 14-7 decision over Angola.
Martayveus Carter ran six times for 106 yards and four touchdowns, helping East Chicago Central to a 56-8 thrashing of Hammond Clark. Carlos Fernandez completed 7-of-8 passes for 168 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for a score, while TreQuan Burnett added two catches for 109 yards and one tally for the Cardinals.
Bryant Isabell rambled for 198 yards and three touchdowns, guiding Merrillville to a 56-9 triumph over Michigan City. D.J. Wilkins threw for 165 yards and two scores for the Pirates, who rolled up more than 500 yards of offense.
Playing quarterback for the first time, Malachi Sala had 23 rushes for 192 yards and four touchdowns in River Forest’s 27-12 win over North Newton.
Conner Craig ran 11 times for 207 yards and two touchdowns and caught a pass for a third score in Southridge’s 33-0 shutout over South Spencer.
Austin Gamble found the end zone three times as Mount Vernon cruised to a 42-20 win over Washington.
Nick Sellers was 10-of-16 through the air for 263 yards and three touchdowns, leading Gibson Southern to a 51-7 thrashing of Princeton. Sellers also ran for a score, while Daulton Armstrong scored twice for Gibson Southern, Austin Peyton added 105 yards rushing and one score for the Titans. Deon Hardiman paced the Tigers with 132 yards rushing.
Gabe Konerding rushed 24 times for 139 yards and one score as Heritage Hills rallied for a 30-22 win over North Posey. James Marshall had 109 yards on the ground and one score for North Posey.
Elliott Brown’s four touchdowns led the pack as Tell City cruised to a 34-0 win over Perry Central.
Chase Eaton scored twice in Pike Central’s 22-7 decision over Forest Park.
Logan McCann’s first three touchdowns of his career helped Evansville Mater Dei remain perfect with a 35-14 win over Evansville North.
Adam Grannan completed 16-of-23 passes for 190 yards and two touchdowns to Spencer Oakley in Tecumseh’s 35-21 win over South Decatur.
Nolan Ahrens finished 16-of-20 passing for 235 yards and three touchdowns, leading Jasper to a 64-2 thrashing over Vincennes Lincoln Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium. Nick Hale added three scores on the ground for the Wildcats.
Anthony Conroyd recorded 11 tackles and an interception in Munster’s 14-0 win over Hammond Morton. It marked the first time the Governors were blanked since 2009.
Tyler Munson rushed for 246 yards, leading Seeger to a 31-7 win over Covington. Tyler Bowlus added 142 yards on the ground and two scores for the Patriots.
Luke Diener and Connor Bain combined for more than 200 yards rushing, lifting North White to 26-3 win over Frontier. Diener had eight carries for 127 yards and Cain added 92 yards and two touchdowns on seven attempts. Tyler Kuntz tallied 13 tackles for the Vikings, who forced three fumbles.
Jaden Reneau found the end zone twice as Carroll (Flora) cruised to a 20-6 win over Caston.
Clint Rude rushed for 136 yards and a touchdown and caught a pass for another score, leading Delphi to a 27-0 blanking of Clinton Prairie.
Daniel Harrison ran for three first-half touchdowns as Fountain Central rolled to a 45-6 win over Attica. Collin Strange added two fourth quarter scores for the Mustangs.
Eli Isom scored two touchdowns and came up with an interception on defense, helping Rensselaer Central to a 45-0 shutout over Twin Lakes. Dylan Wright ran and passed for scores for the Bombers, who held Twin Lakes to 66 total yards.
Hunter Hardee raced for 193 yards and three touchdowns in Hamilton Southeastern’s 42-22 decision over Lafayette Jeff. Tyler Janney added 144 yards through the air for the Royals. Darian Green rushed for 167 yards and two scores to go along with two kickoff returns for 161 yards for the Broncos.
Ty Preston tossed for 229 yards and three touchdowns, leading Lafayette Central Catholic to a 31-0 blanking of Benton Central. Joe Smith chipped in 94 yards rushing and four catches for 67 yards for the Knights.
Maurice Woodard rambled for 212 yards and three touchdowns in West Lafayette’s 34-10 pasting of Tipton. The Blue Devils were without quarterback Austin Hooker, who is recovering from a broken non-throwing right arm.
Sophomore Bo Baker ran for 244 yards, four touchdowns, and a couple of two-point conversions, helping Kokomo roll to a 32-6 win over New Castle. Fletcher Miller recorded 17 tackles for the Wildkats as they beat New Castle for the 34th straight time and 50th overall.
Michael Plummer needed just nine carries to rack up 197 yards rushing and five touchdowns in Northwestern’s 47-14 win over Taylor. Dayne Tomlinson paced Taylor with 123 yards on the ground and two scores.
K.J. Walton’s 101-yard fumble return for a touchdown helped Maconaquah seal a 28-18 upset of previously unbeaten Western. Cody Hicks tallied 260 yards rushing and three touchdowns for the Braves to record their first win over Western since 2004.
Blake Luker completed 11-of-19 passes for 194 yards and three touchdowns and ran 11 times for 99 yards and one score, leading New Palestine to a 35-10 win over Whiteland. Tyler Walden added eight catches for 150 yards and two scores for the Dragons. Jeffrey Wooten ran 21 times for 134 yards for the Warriors.
Gatlin Kramer ran for 143 yards and three touchdowns, lifting Winchester to a 46-13 win against Cambridge City Lincoln.
Chandler Carroll rambled 34 times for 221 yards and three touchdowns in Yorktown’s 27-14 win over Delta. Cade Jones passed for 130 yards and one score for Delta.
Jordan Christian tossed three touchdown passes and ran for a fourth, helping Richmond rally for a 30-26 win over Muncie Central. Matt Morrow caught a pair of passes for scores for the Red Devils. Bill Walker threw two touchdown passes and scampered for another tally for the Bearcats.
Bracken Braga threw two touchdown passes to R.J. Sears in Monroe Central’s 24-13 setback to Tri-Central.
Sawyer Arnold was 10-of-17 passing for 219 yards and three touchdowns, lifting South Putnam to a 41-29 win against previously unbeaten Greencastle. Lucas Lorian added 26 rushes for 160 yards and two scores, and Wes Riner chipped in seven catches for 171 yards and two scores for the Eagles. Alec Pettit ran 22 times for 139 yards and two touchdowns, and Tyler Scott passed for 179 yards and two scores for the Tiger Cubs.
Zac Batts scored three touchdowns and Sawyer Donovan added two scores in Cascade’s 48-19 drubbing of Cloverdale. Zac Butler ran for 182 yards for the Cadets. Andrew Howard had 126 yards on the ground and two touchdowns for the Clovers.
Jamason Wright tallied three touchdowns as Lebanon improved to 5-0 for the first time since 1958 with a 21-6 win over Frankfort.
Chance Brown scampered for 114 yards and one touchdown and caught a pass for another tally as Southmont downed Crawfordsville, 26-13. Devon Burton passed and ran for scores for the Mounties. Travis Harris tossed for 133 yards and one score for Crawfordsville.
Josh Holt tallied 99 yards rushing and two touchdowns to help Columbus North escape with a 21-20 win over Terre Haute South. Timmy Herrin tossed for 128 yards and two scores for TH South.
Ricky Brookins raced for 274 yards and one touchdown, lifting Terre Haute North to a 44-23 victory over Bloomington South. Chris Barrett II threw for 136 yards and one score, and Kai Stratten added two touchdowns for the Patriots. Jack Smith connected with Drew Ludwig for a pair of scores for the Cougars.
Tucker Stewart scored a pair of touchdowns as Northview forced eight turnovers in a 33-16 win over Owen Valley.
Jimmy Maples threw two touchdowns passes in West Vigo’s 14-6 win over South Vermillion.
Keiontre Wilkey and Ben Cunningham both scored two touchdowns and surpassed the 100-yard mark rushing in Rockville’s 38-0 blanking of Turkey Run. Wilkey ran for 136 yards and Cunningham tallied 127 yards for the Rox.
Chase VanSchoyck racked up 203 yards on the ground and three touchdowns and caught a pass for another tally, leading North Central (Farmersburg) to a 27-21 win over North Knox.
Quarterback T.C. McKiernan passed for 208 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 103 yards and two more tallies, leading Noblesville to a 28-20 win over McCutcheon. Nate Deno ran for 125 yards and one score, and Jake Shake booted two field goals (37 and 28 yards) for McCutcheon.
Benjamin Glines carried the football 44 times for 252 yards and a touchdown, leading St. Xavier (Ohio) to a 15-6 win over Indianapolis Cathedral. Collin Barthel tossed a touchdown pass for the Irish.
Alec Lohman ran for 148 yards and two touchdowns, helping Mt. Vernon (Fortville) to a 35-6 victory over Pendleton Heights. Dan Werner added 116 yards on the ground for the Marauders. Jesse Furrow tossed for 120 yards and one score for the Arabians.
Jake Laker carried the ball 25 times for 187 yards and one touchdown, helping Shelbyville to a 14-6 win over Greenfield-Central.
Robi Ford was a workhorse with 44 rushes for 328 yards and five touchdowns and two two-point conversions in Franklin Central’s 44-28 decision over Perry Meridian. Conner Smith passed for 257 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another tally for Perry Meridian. JaQuan Keys had 18 rushes for 142 yards and five catches for 87 yards, while Daymeon Hamilton added eight receptions for 131 yards and one score for the Falcons.
Luke Calvert completed 12-of-17 passes for 277 yards and three touchdowns and also ran for a score, lifting Center Grove to a 42-10 drubbing of Lawrence Central. Tyler Redfern accounted for more than 120 total yards and one score for Lawrence Central.
Conner Faulkner ran the football 13 times for 228 yards and four touchdowns in Hamilton Heights’ 54-6 clubbing of Eastern (Greentown). Monte Reed chipped in 172 yards (6-of-10 passing) and two scores for the Huskies. Austin Bates paced the Comets with 139 yards rushing and one score.
Chandler Hale scored a pair of touchdowns as Shenandoah used a balanced attack in its 59-7 thrashing of Heritage Christian.
Tyrell Phelps rolled up 219 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 14 attempts, leading Indianapolis Howe to a 50-26 win over Beech Grove. Ja’leen Jones added 101 yards rushing and two scores, and Chris Mundy threw for two scores for Howe. Robbie Stevens had more than 120 yards and one touchdown for Beech Grove.
Bobby Simpson passed for 187 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for two scores, lifting Edinburgh 58-26 win against Indianapolis Tindley. Kevin Johnson ran six times for 101 yards and caught five passes for 92 yards and two scores for Edinburgh. Dakota Dayton added two scores, including a 73-yard kickoff return for the Lancers. Jalen Leakes racked up 197 yards rushing and four touchdowns on 39 attempts for the Tigers.
James Gilbert rolled up 95 yards rushing and three touchdowns in Indianapolis Tech’s 26-8 win over Guerin Catholic.
Notre Dame recruit Justin Brent ran the ball 15 times for 176 yards and two touchdowns, leading Speedway to a 34-0 shutout over Monrovia.
David Schall rambled for 161 yards and one score, lifting Avon to a 41-13 win over Brownsburg. Brandon Peters was 7-of-11 through the air for 133 yards and one touchdown to go along with a scoring run for Avon. Cress Kimbrough added four catches for 108 yards for the Orioles. Brandon Bowers connected on field goals of 31 and 47 yards for the Bulldogs.
Gynson Robley recorded 101 yards passing and one score in Indian Creek’s 21-0 blanking of Brown County. Dillon Boknecht tossed for 126 yards in the loss.
John Lampe threw for two touchdowns and ran for a third tally, helping Carmel cruise to a 49-9 win over Lawrence North. Austin Roberts and Shakir Paschall added scoring runs and catches for the Greyhounds.
Josh Miller raced for 100 yards and two touchdowns and returned an interception 45 yards for another score in Plainfield’s 35-7 thrashing of Greenwood. Jacob Maple added 17 carries for 152 yards and one score for the Quakers. Brady Nichols tossed for 121 yards and a touchdown for the Woodmen.
Mason Kutruff threw for 214 yards and ran for two touchdowns. Leading Martinsville to a 19-12 win over Franklin. Ross Barr ran 34 times for 184 yards and one score, and Patrick Palmer booted field goals of 38 and 40 yards for the Grizzly Cubs.
Cam Smock recorded more than 100 yards of offense to go along with a touchdown run and pass, lifting Indianapolis Roncalli to 20-7 triumph over previously unbeaten Indianapolis Scecina. Nolan Ayers passed for 136 yards and one score for Scecina.
Jeff George passed for 148 yards and three touchdowns, helping Warren Central post a 28-26 win over Indianapolis North Central. Michael Logan completed 13-of-21 passes for 215 yards and four touchdowns, and Jared Clark added three receptions for 106 yards and three scores for North Central.
Logan Wethington rolled up 124 yards rushing in Western Boone’s 27-24 win over Danville. Riggs Baxter threw for 99 yards and one score and also ran for two tallies for the Stars. Ben Jones carried the football 27 times for 194 yards and one score and added a 93-yard reception for another touchdown, and Autry Pickens tacked on 112 yards rushing and one score for the Warriors.
Markell Jones ran the ball 27 times for 231 yards and two touchdowns, leading Columbus East to a 48-20 win over New Albany. Christian Wichman added three scores for the Olympians. Tuwan Payton accumulated 167 yards rushing and two scores on 25 attempts for the Bulldogs.
Josh Allen found the end zone twice in Corydon Central’s 35-0 shutout over Eastern (Pekin). Alex Newton chipped in 99 yards and one score for the Panthers.
Conner Byram passed for 232 yards, helping Jennings County escape with a 13-9 win over Madison. Nick Nixon had five catches for 105 yards, and Adrian Kirchner added field goals of 30 and 31 yards for the Panthers. It was the first win for new Jennings County coach Dustin Roller.
Ryan Schrock rushed for 141 yards and four touchdowns, leading Logansport to a 39-13 win over Marion. Jacob Shelton added two scores for the Berries, who snapped their 12-game and 10-game NCC losing streaks.
Mitch Snyder passed and ran for scores in Union County’s 30-27 win over Hagerstown. Trevor Bradway ran for 158 yards and three touchdowns and threw for 135 yards for Hagerstown.
Spencer Gilbert accumulated 227 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries, leading Eastern Hancock to a 65-0 blanking of Knightstown. The Royals tallied 559 yards of offense.
Ramone Adkins threw four touchdown passes Saturday, two of them to Jon Vea Johnson, lifting Gary West to a 58-18 thrashing of Hammond. Barry Wesby ran for two scores, and Lonnie Johnson caught a pass and ran for touchdowns for the Cougars.
Mylano Quinones ran for two touchdowns and hauled in a pass for a third tally, helping Lake Station post a 28-20 win over Calumet. Kyle Gooch added 144 yards on the ground, one touchdown, and an interception for the Eagles, who handed Rich Lundsford his first coaching win. Kyle Hubbard’s two touchdown passes to Kurt Davis paced Calumet.
Kyle Sturdy rushed for 187 yards and three touchdowns and also threw a pass for a score in South Central’s 33-7 win over Wheeler.