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Indianapolis Colts High School Football State Champions
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After a great 2019 season, six programs were crowned IHSAA football state champions. Thank you to the IHSAA and all 322 Indiana high school football programs for another great season. The Colts are proud to be the presenting sponsor of the IHSAA football postseason tournament.

1A: Lafayette Central Catholic vs. Lutheran

1A: Lafayette Central Catholic vs. Lutheran

Ky Schrader's one-yard touchdown run and Reece Buche's two-point reception catch with 10 seconds left allowed Lafayette Central Catholic to rally for their 8th state title defeating Lutheran 29-28.

2A: Western Boone vs. Eastbrook

2A: Western Boone vs. Eastbrook

Western Boone's Spencer Wright went 14-of-18 for 254 yards with two scores and also ran 10 times for 54 yards as the Stars made it back to back class 2A state titles with their 44-7 win over Eastbrook.

3A: Bishop Chatard vs. Heritage Hills

3A: Bishop Chatard vs. Heritage Hills

Bishop Chatard's Daylen Taylor ran 22 times for 172 yards and three scores as the Trojans cruised to their state-best 14th state title. Wyatt Schrader registered 14 tackles and Jose Calvert added 12 stops as the Trojans defeated Heritage Hills 34-3.

4A: Evansville Memorial vs. East Noble

4A: Evansville Memorial vs. East Noble

Brock Combs exploded for the Tigers, rushing 15 times for 148 yards and two touchdowns as Evansville Memorial captured their second championship in three seasons and first in 4A beating East Noble 21-3.

5A: New Palestine vs. Valparaiso

5A: New Palestine vs. Valparaiso

Charlie Spegal closed out his brilliant high school career by running 23 times for 160 yards and a touchdown as the Dragons defended their crown as state champions over Valparaiso 27-20.

6A: Carmel vs. Center Grove

6A: Carmel vs. Center Grove

Carmel's Dylan Downing ran 11 times for 102 yards, while Ty Wise added 13 tackles and an interception, helping the Greyhounds claim their 9th state title in a 20-17 victory over the Center Grove Trojans.

Mental Attitude Winners

1A Mental Attitude Award Winner: Kyle Onken (Lafayette Central Catholic)

1A Mental Attitude Award Winner: Kyle Onken (Lafayette Central Catholic)

2A Mental Attitude Award Winner: Wyatt Stephenson (Eastbrook)

2A Mental Attitude Award Winner: Wyatt Stephenson (Eastbrook)

3A Mental Attitude Award Winner: Cole Sigler (Heritage Hills)

3A Mental Attitude Award Winner: Cole Sigler (Heritage Hills)

4A Mental Attitude Award Winner: Bailey Parker (East Noble)

4A Mental Attitude Award Winner: Bailey Parker (East Noble)

5A Mental Attitude Award Winner: Josh Fedorchak (Valparaiso)

5A Mental Attitude Award Winner: Josh Fedorchak (Valparaiso)

6A Mental Attitude Award Winner: Jalen Goines (Center Grove)

6A Mental Attitude Award Winner: Jalen Goines (Center Grove)

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