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The Indiana Football Digest's Honor Roll -- Week Three

Posted Sep 11, 2013



THE INDIANA FOOTBALL DIGEST’S HONOR ROLL – WEEK THREE

BY PAUL CONDRY AND MATT KOPSEA

New Palestine wide receiver Tyler Walden achieved four school records in the Dragons’ 46-7 win over Pendleton Heights. The senior Walden had 14 catches for 212 yards and two touchdowns. He broke the previous high of 11 receptions previously set by Josh Marshall set in 1993 and his own mark of 165 yards receiving set in last year's sectional game against Mount Vernon (Fortville). Walden also has 80 career receptions (broke Butler’s Brandon Collins' mark of 76 set in 2011) for 1,278 yards (broke Jay Ehle's mark of 1,270 set in 1993). Quarterback Blake Luker threw for a career-high 330 yards and four touchdowns and ran for 70 yards and one score as New Palestine gained 676 yards oftotal offense. Chandler Wilson had seven receptions for 137 yards for Pendleton Heights.

Junior Michael Richardson accumulated 274 yards rushing and seven touchdowns on just 10 attempts in Peru’s 63-35 win over Eastern (Greentown). Steven McBride added 26 rushes for 156 yards and two scores for the Bengal Tigers, who are 3-0 for the first time since 1983. Austin Bates passed for 285 yards and two touchdowns and ran for two more scores, while Will Porter caught a touchdown pass and grabbed two interceptions for the Comets.

Christian Perry proved to be a workhorse in Southport’s 55-31 win over Perry Meridian with 43 carries for 325 yards and six touchdowns. Luke Johnston added 226 yards through the air and one score for the Cardinals. Andre Robinson ran 12 times for 180 yards and two scores, and Conner Smith threw for 168 yards and two tallies for the Falcons.

Lane Blake had 28 carries for 275 yards and three touchdowns as Tri ended a 33-game losing streak with a 44-20 win over Cambridge City Lincoln.

Max Norris carried the ball eight times for 215 yards and three touchdowns as Center Grove snapped a six-game losing streak to Carmel with a 35-26 win in the battle for the Copper Kettle Trophy. Luke Calvert added 109 yards passing and one score for the Trojans, who won at Carmel for the first time since 2007. John Lampe was 14-of-20 for 218 yards and two touchdowns, and Austin Roberts added 11 catches for 168 yards and one score for the Greyhounds.

Tyler Redfern passed for 128 yards, and Nash Griffin booted a pair of field goals (21 and 35 yards), helping Lawrence Central escape with a 17-13 win over Louisville Trinity (Ky).

Mike Fiacable ran for two touchdowns, including a 10-yard run with 1:46 remaining, paving the way for Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger to rally for a 32-28 win over Fort Wayne North. Fiacable also threw for 154 yards and one score, and Ryan Cinadr rushed for 103 yards and one tally for the Saints. Mike Lovett passed for 153 yards and one touchdown and ran for 98 yards and two scores for the Redskins.

Caleb Cross had 23 rushes for 294 yards and three touchdowns Saturday in Indianapolis Cathedral’s 50-40 win against South Bend St. Joseph. Cross also caught pass for a score from Colin Barthel, who went 18-of-24 for 248 yards and two scores for the Irish. Senior Matt Monserez completed 31-of-51 passes for 461 yards and five touchdowns for St. Joe. Eric Mossey hauled in 13 receptions for 195 yards and one score, and Sean O’Brien added a pair of scores for the Indians.

Austin Head threw a pair of touchdown passes, including an 11-yarder to Conner McCamack with three minutes left, helping Warsaw rally for a 20-19 win over Plymouth. Head finished 13-of-18 for 211 yards, and Tanner Balaazs added five catches for 117 yards and one score for the Tigers, who trailed 19-7 at one point. Jack Barron completed 11-of-20 passes for 179 yards and ran for two scores, and Justin Drudge caught five passes for 125 yards for the Rockies.

Trevor Wilmore tallied 268 yards through the air and three touchdowns in Concord’s 31-7 win over NorthWood. Jarrell Pointdexter hauled in five passes for 157 yards and two scores, including a 90-yard strike from Wilmore in the third quarter.

Jon Poore rushed for 158 yards and three touchdowns, helping F.W. Concordia to a 35-21 win over F.W. Wayne. David Morrison added 210 yards passing for the Cadets. Keion Powers ran for three scores for the Generals.

Derek Wanner’s 11-yard pass to Matt Nussbaum capped off South Adams’ come-from-behind 22-19 win over Bluffton. Trailing 19-7 with 6:56 left, the Starfires proceeded to score 15 unanswered points. Drew LeFever had 147 yards rushing and one score, and Skylar Schoch added 115 yards and one tally for South Adams. Malcolm Marshall passed for 260 yards and one score, and Cody Harris caught six passes for 108 yards for the Tigers.

Austin Bauer ran for 95 yards and one touchdown and also intercepted three passes as Angola downed Eastisde, 28-14. The Hornets came up with five interceptions in the triumph.

Cody Conwell rambled for 197 yards and one score, guiding Churubusco to a 34-0 blanking of Prairie Heights.

Bryit Sumner accumulated 167 yards rushing and two touchdowns in Garrett’s 26-12 win over West Noble. Noah Follett threw for 104 yards and one score and ran for another tally for the Railroaders. Landon Stover passed and ran for touchdowns for West Noble.

Ben Shriver passed for 426 yards and six touchdowns, leading Tippecanoe Valley to a 58-43 victory against Manchester. Tanner Anders hauled in eight passes for 290 yards and three scores as the Vikings rolled up 581 yards of offense. Jonah Mikel chipped in three scores, and Chris Torpy added two tallies for Valley. Lucas Schilling scored four touchdowns to pace Manchester.

Angelo Multari ran six times for 155 yards and one score and caught a pass for another tally, leading Mishawaka to a 44-0 shutout of South Bend Clay. Darian Phillips passed for a score and ran for another touchdown, and Evan Fras added two scores on the ground for the Cavemen, who ran for more than 400 yards.

Gunther Balenseifer caught a 60-yard touchdown pass and returned a kickoff 94 yards for another tally in Tipton’s 65-14 win over Benton Central.

Ty Preston completed 21-of-29 passes for 319 yards and three touchdown passes to Luke Fusiek, helping Lafayette Central Catholic to a 30-14 win over Twin Lakes. Fusiek finished with eight catches for 189 yards.

David Schall ran for a career-high 232 yards and two touchdowns as Avon handed Harrison (West Lafayette) its 29th straight loss with a 34-0 shutout.

Evan Geibel’s extra-point proved to be just enough in Frankfort’s 7-6 upset of No. 4 (Class 3A) Western Boone.

Jacob Howdeshell had 21 carries for 167 yards and two touchdowns, guiding Rochester to a 27-0 shutout over Wabash. Carter Screeton added 97 yards and two scores for the Zebras, who limited Wabash to minus-55 yards rushing.

Alex Sahakian’s 25-yard field goal in the third overtime was the difference as Fishers held on for a 48-45 victory over Westfield Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium. Conner Christiansen passed for 204 yards and three touchdowns, and J-Shaun Harris grabbed six passes for 131 yards for Fishers. Nick Ferrer tossed for 307 yards and three scores, and Devin Reece hauled in 14 receptions for 158 yards for Westfield.

Bradon Myer ran for 133 yards and two touchdowns, helping Columbia City to a 41-28 win over Bellmont. Drew O’Dell added two tallies for the Eagles.

Drew Tranquill racked up 200 yards on the ground and five touchdowns as Carroll (Fort Wayne) breezed to a 70-15 win against Norwell. Justin Tranquill added two scores, and Chandler Boggs passed for 169 yards and ran for a score for the Chargers. Piercen Harnish threw for 105 yards and one score for Norwell.

Nate Miller caught a touchdown pass and returned a punt 58 yards for another tally in Penn 49-0 trouncing of Elkhart Central. Zach Oakley tossed for two scores for the Kingsmen, who beat Central for the 38th straight time.

Hunter Jastremski had 21 carries for 147 yards and one touchdown, leading Bloomington North to a 19-14 win over Columbus North. Jack Smith passed for 198 yards and two scores for the Cougars. Michael Vogel tossed for 137 yards and one tally for the Bulldogs.

Reontre Lawrence returned two kicks for scores, helping South Bend Riley post a 28-20 win over South Bend Washington. Sean Caplinger passed for 268 yards and three touchdowns, and Deonne Witherspoon chipped in seven catches for 157 yards and two scores for Washington.

Devin Cannady’s one-yard run in overtime was the difference in Mishawaka Marian’s 20-14 decision over South Bend Adams. Ryan Schafer added a 97-yard kickoff return for a score for the Knights. Shaq Vann carried the football 37 times for 252 yards and two scores for the Eagles.

Vance Shearer rushed for 177yards and two touchdowns, lifting New Haven to a 54-0 shutout over DeKalb. Ariest Vasquez added three scores, and Jordan Hogue caught seven passes for 143 yards and one touchdown for the Bulldogs.

Pierre Byrne and David Dilts scored two touchdowns apiece in Culver Military Academy’s 45-20 win over Buchanan (Michigan). Ryan Graf booted a pair of field goals (39 and 31 yards) for the Eagles.

In West Central’s 60-8 win over Tri-County, Parker Fritz rambled for 119 yards and three touchdowns. Hunter Holiday had 169 yards and one score, and Feliciano Villearreal found the end zone for the Trojans, who racked up 668 total yards.

Cameron Kitson piled up 180 yards rushing and four touchdowns, leading Fairfield to a 42-7 thrashing of Fremont. Kyle mast passed for two scores for the Falcons, who accumulated more than 400 total yards.

Tyler Katschke raced for 183 yards and three touchdowns on nine carries in Winamac’s 56-0 blanking of North White. Levi Fox added two scores on the ground, and Parker Fox passed for score and caught a pass for another tally for the Warriors.

Jack Dugan’s 25-yard field goal with 1:06 remaining was the difference as Homestead rallied for a 17-14 win over East Noble. Junior Logan Orsmby was 15-of-27 passing for 227 yards and one touchdown and also ran for a score for the Spartans, who battled back from a 14-0 deficit. Brandon Mable accounted for both scores for East Noble.

Tyler Gillespie ran for three touchdowns as Chesterton rallied from a 17-point deficit toedge Michigan City, 35-31. Cole Teal passed for 159 yards and ran for the game winning score, and Jordan Dilosa had a pair of interceptions as the Trojans tallied 21 points in the fourth quarter. Ryan Washington passed for 153 yards and two touchdowns and ran 17 times for 120 yards and a score for Michigan City. Logan Kaletha added six catches for 141 yards and two scores for the Wolves.

Nick Thasher tossed for 183 of his 204 yards and one touchdown before halftime in Hammond Bishop Noll’s 23-13 win over South Central. Vernard Whitfield had four catches for 96 yards and one score to go along with two interceptions for Bishop Noll. Anthony Mayers had 27 carries for 166 yards and one touchdown, and Aaron Garza booted field goals of 33 and 47 yards for the Warriors.

Dylan Wright threw four touchdown passes, two of them going to Austin Fleming, and also ran for a score as Rensselaer cruised to a 56-7 win at North Judson. Eli Isom added three rushes for 109 yards, including 94-yard scoring romp, and Adam Langley tallied 10 tackles for the Bombers, who accumulated 510 yards of offense.

Noah Smith rushed for 198 yards and one score, and Zach Satterfield added three touchdowns in Hobart’s 56-38 win over Griffith in Northwest Crossroads Conference action. Nick Bokum caught a touchdown pass and returned an interception 75 yards for another tally, and Andrew Barras tossed for 143 yards and two scores for the Brickies. Quarterback Kyle Buikema ran for 232 yards and passed for 181 yards and one score for Griffith. Despite being hampered by a stiff ankle and cramps, Justin Green still managed to return a kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown, run 48 yards for another score, and haul in a 54-yard pass for another tally for the Panthers.

Brandon Dossen passed for 244 yards and one touchdown and also ran for a score, helping Heritage rally for a 21-16 victory over Woodlan. Conner Bleke had six receptions for 123 yards and one score for Heritage. Jaylin Bennett rushed 21 times for 149 yards and one score for Woodlan.

Junior Malachi Sala accounted for 149 yards receiving and two touchdowns as River Forest forced seven turnovers in a 27-0 blanking of Lake Station.

Logan Leiter ran 14 times for 165 yards and two touchdowns, helping Leo roll to a 42-0 win over Adams Central.

Noah and Kobe Fowler combined for almost 300 yards rushing, good for five touchdowns and a pair of two-point conversions, in Calumet’s 42-35 win over North Newton. Noah Fowler finished with 22 rushes for 217 yards and two scores, while Kobe Fowler added 80 yards on the ground, three touchdowns, and both two-point chances.

Tanner Love ran for two touchdowns and passed for a third score as Northridge cruised to a 31-14 win over Wawasee. The Raiders improved to 3-0 for the first time since 1992 and snapped a 14-game Northern Lakes Conference losing streak. Gage Reinhard passed for 232 yards and two scores, and Clayton Cook caught nine passes for 129 yards and one tally for the Warriors.

Chase Hoehn went 15-of-27 for 312 yards and four touchdowns, helping Evansville Mater Dei post a 51-25 win over Evansville Harrison. Nolan Goebel chipped in three scores for Mater Dei, which rolled up more than 450 yards of offense.

Avion Sullivan proved to worthy of being named homecoming king by rushing 17 times for 297 yards and three touchdowns as Evansville Central racked up 642 total yards in a 56-38 win over Evansville Bosse. Austin Fuchs was 11-of-13 passing for 239 yards and three touchdowns to Jalen Pemberton for the Bears. Fuchs also ran for a score, while Pemberton finished with six catches for 164 yards. Ian Nunley tossed for 333 yards and two scores, and Carrington Crutcher added 185 yards and one tally for the Bulldogs.

Nick Sellers was 7-of-9 through the air for 193 yards and four touchdowns in Gibson Southern’s 56-20 thrashing of North Posey.  John Kissel added 213 yards rushing and two scores on seven attempts for the Titans.

Malin Webb’s two-yard scoring run with 4:34 remaining was the difference as South Spencer slipped past Tell City, 14-7. Elliott Brown paced Tell City with 23 rushes for 169 yards.

Gabe Kondering ran 10 times for 151 yards and found the end zone four times in Heritage Hills’ 42-3 pasting of Pike Central. Chad Mulzer chipped in 129 yards passing for the Patriots.

Austin LeClere carried the football 19 times for 206 yards and two touchdowns as Perry Central blanked Crawford County, 46-0. Lane Lynch was 6-of-7 passing for 130 yards for the Commodores.

Luke Huls scored two touchdowns, including a 105-yards interception return, helping Brown County rally for a 34-30 win over West Vigo. Hunter Voils accounted for three touchdowns, including kickoff returns of 85 and 92 yards, for Brown County.

Ricky Brookins rolled up 204 yards rushing and three touchdowns in only three quarters as Terre Haute North cruised to a 47-14 win over Northview. Chris Barrett II ran and threw for scores, and Zach Potter connected on a pair of field goals for the Patriots.

Brayden Woodard accounted for for more than 280 yards of offense and four touchdowns in North Vermillion’s 60-0 blanking of Covington. Woodard was 6-of-6 through the air for 161 yards and two scores to go along with three carries for 122 yards and two tallies.

Junior LeVante Bellamy tallied 231 yards and four touchdowns as top-ranked (Class 3A) Brebeuf Jesuit breezed to a 49-28 win over No. 1 (Class 2A) Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter. Bellamy also caught a touchdown pass, and Aaron Banks added 159 yards through the air with one touchdown and also ran for 79 yards and one tally for the Braves. Senior quarterback Jake Purichia passed for 378 yards and four touchdowns, two of them to Kaelin Nichols for Cardinal Ritter. Nichols finished with 10 receptions for 102 yards, and Kyree Hollis added 13 catches for 210 yards and one score for the Raiders.

Trae Masten threw a pair of touchdown passes, including a four-yard strike to Damon Gentry in overtime, helping F.W. South post a 27-21 win over F.W. Bishop Luers. C.J. McCarter scored twice for Bishop Luers, which is 0-3 for the first time since 1965.

Jibri Bramley rambled for 118 yards and three touchdowns in F.W. Snider’s 35-21 win against F.W. Northrop. Mike Snyder passed for 190 yards and two scores for Northrop.

William Kelly passed for three scores and 148 yards in Lakeland’s 51-14 drubbing of Central Noble. Quinten Bender and Josh Colyer added two scores each for the Lakers, who recovered seven fumbles.

David Hittinger had 14 carries for 112 yards and two touchdowns in Valparaiso’s 24-13 win over LaPorte. Drake Sanders paced LaPorte with 103 yards on the ground and one score.

Wade Young and Tyler Welter both surpassed the 100-yard mark in rushing and scored touchdowns, helping New Prairie post a 27-7 win over Bremen. Young tallied 119 yards on eight attempts and Weller added 10 carries for 113 yards as the Cougars outrushed Bremen, 348-3. Kai Slough tossed for 307 yards and one touchdown for the Lions.

Tyler Lundy scored twice and Nick Olson added 119 yards rushing and one touchdown in Jimtown’s 42-14 win over LaVille. Preston Hansel tallied 115 yards rushing and two touchdowns in Culver’s 21-19 decision over Triton. Grant Stichter tossed three touchdown passes, two of them to Jayden Mosier, for Triton.

Parker Ronchetto passed for four touchdowns as West Lafayette romped to a 50-6 triumph over Delphi. Maurice Woodard ran for three scores for the Red Devils, who have accumulated 106 points over the last six quarters.

Nate Deno tallied 147 yards on the ground and one score in McCutcheon’s 18-15 win over Lafayette Jeff. Darian Green ran 27 times for 236 yards and one touchdown for Jeff.

Trevor Loveall romped for three touchdowns as Fountain Central used a 35-point first quarter on its way to a 76-14 win over Riverton Parke. Jared Fishero had two rushes for 93 yards and one score, and Christian Viveros converted all 10 of extra-point attempts for the Mustangs.

Brady Sheridan threw two touchdown passes to Carson Davis in Attica’s 43-0 shutout of Seeger. Sheridan also ran for a score for the Red Ramblers.

Garrett Kelly ran for two touchdowns in the fourth quarter, leading Tri-Central to a 29-22 win over Carroll (Flora). Brandon Dillon rushed for two scores for Carroll.

Justin Mersch and Sam Kiser scored three touchdowns apiece in Pioneer’s 66-28 decision over South Newton. John Dafcik threw for three scores and ran for a fourth tally for South Newton.

Ben Jones raced for 207 yards and four touchdowns, leading Danville to a 32-6 win against Crawfordsville.

Riley Neal was 27-of-38 for 375 yards and five touchdowns in Yorktown's 49-25 win over Mt. Vernon (Fortville). Riley Miller added 15 catches for 151 yards and three scores for the Tigers.

Jake Laker rushed for 276 yards in Shelbyville’s 42-14 win over Muncie South.

Devon Burton had 26 carries for 157 yards, three touchdowns, and the game-winning two-point conversion run in overtime as Southmont rallied for a 28-27 win over North Montgomery. Jalen West tossed for 160 yards and two scores for North Montgomery.

Billy Walker threw two touchdown passes, including the game-winning 11-yard strike to Timmric Barrett, as Muncie Central beat Kokomo, 19-13, for its first win over the Wildkats since 2006.

Joe Spegal raced for 187 yards and two touchdowns, guiding Delta to a 60-7 thrashing of Greenfield-Central. Alex Fuatava and Mason Becholt both added two scores, and Jalen Robinson tallied six catches for 130 yards and one score for the Eagles.

J.D. Mangas rushed 20 times for 141 yards and one touchdown in Jay County’s 12-7 decision over Wallaceburg (Canada).

Devin Gill found the end zone twice as Wes-Del hold on for a 22-20 win over North Decatur. Trevor Spencer ran for 170 yards and threw for 53 for Wes-Del.

Kiante Enis ran seven times for 155 yards and one touchdown and returned an interception 67 yards for another score as Winchester rolled up 527 yards on the ground in a 57-7 win over Hagerstown. Dustin Hangen accounted for 174 total yards, and Gatlin Kramer tallied two scores for the Golden Falcons.

Gerald Garrett passed for 141 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 68 yards and two more scores in Indianapolis Shortridge’s 60-6 thrashing of Traders Point. Justin Mourning added three interception returns for touchdowns for Shortridge.

Jamason Wright rushed 40 times for 268 yards and one touchdown, helping Lebanon to a 27-7 win over Tri-West. Jake Hendershot threw for 252 yards for Tri-West.

Bobby Simpson passed for two touchdowns and ran for two scores in Edinburgh’s 52-38 win over Trinity Lutheran. Colin Haskins added three touchdowns, including a 75-yard kickoff return, and Kevin Johnson ran for 145 yards and one tally for the Lancers.

Brent Lyles threw three touchdown passes in Indianapolis Pike’s 30-17 win over Indianapolis Tech. James Gilbert had nine rushes for 117 yards and two scores for Tech.

Mark Shaw rambled 21 times for 129 yards and four touchdowns as Whiteland survived a late rush to post a 50-47 win over Decatur Central. Don Richard completed 8-of-12 for 236 yards and two scores for the Warriors. Tommy Stevens passed for 266 yards and four touchdowns, and Ryker Stout hauled in six passes for 103 yards and three tallies for the Hawks.

Alex Kimack rushed 22 times for 161 yards and two touchdowns in Indianapolis Bishop Chatard’s 35-20 win over Indianapolis Roncalli. Sam Gleaves went 10-of-13 passing for 135 yards and three scores, two of them to Jake Ney, for the Trojans. Cam Schrock threw for 104 yards and ran for a score for the Rebels.

Aaron Austin carried the football 33 times for 334 yards and four touchdowns, leading Franklin Central to a 35-28 win over Bloomington South. Corey Drum’s 36 yard strike to Marcel Price proved to be the winning tally for the Flashes. Bryce Stancomb tossed for 255 yards and three touchdowns, and Tabin Breedlove ran 27 times for 159 yards and one score for Bloomington South. Keenan Franz added six receptions for 101 yards and one tally for the Panthers.

Jackson Heath tossed for 197 yards and three touchdown passes to Andy Hunt, helping Heritage Christian cruise to a 61-6 win over Andrerson Prep Academy. Heath also ran for a score, and Hunt finished with six catches for 153 yards for the Eagles.

Jamie Akin rushed for 144 yards and two touchdowns on 21 attempts, leading Indianapolis Ben Davis to a 28-14 win over Indianapolis North Central. The Giants finished with 333 yards on the ground.

Nolan Ayers threw for two touchdowns in Scecina Memorial’s 35-20 win over Park Tudor. Rocky Leffler had 10 rushes for 126 yards, Jordan Brown added eight carries for 125 yards, and Nick Asher had two scores for the Crusaders.

Jacob Maple accumulated 186 yards rushing and one score on 20 carries, lifting Plainfield to a 42-14 win over Mooresville. Brady Nichols passed for 122 yards and two touchdowns for the Quakers. Braxton Haas tallied 105 yards rushing and one score for the Pioneers.

Sawyer Donovan hooked up with Zach Batts for three touchdown passes in Cascade’s 28-14 victory over North Putnam. Austin Butler chipped in 188 yards rushing and a score for the Cadets. Gabe McFadden tossed for 111 yards and two scores to Garrett Plessinger for the Cougars.

Spencer Gilbert rushed for 176 yards and four touchdowns, guiding Eastern Hancock to a 33-25 win over Indian Creek. Logan Splater passed for 149 yards and one score for the Royals. Brenden Smith paced Indian Creek with 11 catches for 222 yards and four touchdowns. Nic Brown passed for 185 yards and two scores, and Gynson Robley added 123 yards through the air and two tallies for the Braves.

Joshua Hinkle threw for 115 yards and ran for a score as Zionsville slipped past Noblesville, 14-9. T.C. McKiernan tossed for 153 yards and ran for 39 yards and a touchdown for Noblesville.

Monte Reed was 10-of-15 passing for 201 yards and three touchdowns, helping Hamilton Heights roll to a 61-14 win over Maconaquah. Grant Weatherford caught four passes for 109 yards and two scores, while Jesse Kerfoot and Conner Faulkner chipped in two touchdowns apiece for the Huskies. Kyle Dinn passed for 101 yards and a score, and Cody Hicks ran for 133 yards and one tally for the Braves.

Nick McCormack combined for 135 yards and two touchdowns in Speedway’s 37-19 win over Beech Grove. Justin Brent added 126 yards rushing and one score for the Sparkplugs. Robbie Stevens threw for 224 yards and two touchdowns for the Hornets.

Colton Kimm passed for 178 yards and one touchdown, helping Floyd Central to a 20-13 win over Madison. Garry Posey added two scores on the ground for the Highlanders. Mitchell Sandlin ran 26 times for 155 yards and two touchdowns for the Cubs.

Nick Trevino threw for 248 yards, helping Marion to a 33-20 win over New Castle. Caleb Smith ran for 172 yards for New Castle.

Making his first varsity start, sophomore quarterback Jordan Christian went 13-of-30 for 328 yards and three touchdowns, leading Richmond to a 48-26 win over Anderson. Matt Morris added five catches for 147 yards and a score for the Red Devils. Gaven Owens tossed for 209 yards and three touchdowns to Brandon Chapman for the Indians. Owens also ran for a score, and Chapman tallied four catches for 127 yards.

Lane Young had nine rushes for 127 yards and three scores, leading Shenandoah to a 54-14 thrashing of Centerville. Adam Lovan tossed two touchdown passes for the Raiders, and Tyler Weaver paced the Bulldogs with 188 yards through the air and one score.

Mitch Snider rambled for 170 yards, including a 70-yard scamper for a score, in Union County’s 9-6 win over Union City.

Kelsy Kirkland tallied 202 yards on the ground, lifting Northeastern to a 24-0 win over Monroe Central.

 


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