HSFB HONOR ROLL: WEEK 2

A look at the top performers from last weekend's Indiana High School Football games.

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TOP PERFORMERS
Stevie Thomas had six catches for 163 yards and one touchdown in South Bend Adams' 30-20 upset of No. 5 (Class 3A) Mishawaka Marian. Quarterback Frank Karczewski was 13-of-26 for 204 yards and two scores, and Gavin Miller added two touchdown runs for the Eagles, who are 2-0 for the first time since 1991. Michael Farkas booted a pair of 35-yard field goals for the Knights.

Robert Rennick's 17-yard touchdown pass to Jordan Tucker on the final play of the game allowed Indianapolis Scecina Memorial to escape with a 27-26 win over Speedway. Rennick finished 9-of-18 for 118 yards and three scores for the Crusaders. Speedway quarterback Austin Anglea was 16-of-27 for 273 yards and three touchdowns. Jordan Furlow added six catches for 126 yards and two scores, and Jefferson Hall had 12 tackles for the Sparkplugs.

S.B. Washington quarterback Daigien Morgan was 18-of-29 for 339 yards and four touchdowns to go along with a scoring run in the Panthers' 33-7 win over Michigan City. Sophomore Christian Campbell had seven catches for 137 yards and one touchdown, and Jeremiah Johnson chipped in six receptions for 109 yards and three scores as the Panthers gave Jay Johnson his first coaching victory.

Matthew Hummel had 17 carries for 119 yards and one score and Tyler Carpenter added two scores in Penn's 21-7 win over Mishawaka. Signal caller Zach Oakley added 16 rushes for 107 yards for the Kingsmen.

Quarterback Mitch Hartman was 9-of-16 for 220 yards and three touchdowns as S.B. Clay rolled to a 42-20 win over LaPorte. Wide out Wesley Thomas hauled in five passes for 127 yards and two scores, returned a kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown, and a punt 67 yards for another tally. Charles Salary ran 33 times for 146 yards and two scores for the Slicers.

Matthew Monserez went 12-of-18 for 231 yards and one touchdown as S.B. St. Joseph downed Wawasee, 35-7. Eric Mossey caught eight passes for 127 yards and one score, Kevin McFadden had two touchdown runs, and Ryan Jankowski ran 13 times for 137 yards for the Indians. St. Joe will most likely be without linebacker Matt Smallbone for the rest of the season. The Miami (Ohio) recruit suffered torn tricep earlier this week.

Levi Lucas made the most of his four carries by rushing for 147 yards and four touchdowns Saturday as LaVille snapped a 14-game losing streak with a 56-14 win over Trinity Lutheran. Josh Dudeck added two scores for the Lancers.

Sam Stevens carried the football 23 times for 129 yards and two touchdowns in Plymouth's 28-20 win over Rochester. Kyser McCrammer returned a blocked field goal 54 yards for a score for the Rockies, who captured the Hickory Stick for the fifth straight year. Jon O'Dell tossed for 196 yards and one touchdown, and Jacob Howdeshell chipped in two scoring runs for the Zebras.

Nick Dobkins' two-yard scoring run with 31.2 seconds left paved the way for New Prairie to post a 14-7 win over Griffith. Wade Young added 134 yards rushing and one score on 26 attempts for the Cougars, who defeated new coach Russ Radtke's former squad.

Matt Eppers kicked two field goals, including a school-record 50-yarder, leading Elkhart Central to a 27-10 win over Goshen. Spencer Schnell returned a punt 58 yards for one score, and Austin McArt added another tally with a 50-yard interception for the Blazers, who are 2-0 for the first time since 2004.

Kyle Sturdy and Alec Sturdy scored three touchdowns apiece in South Central's 46-21 trouncing of Culver Community. Kyle Sturdy had 19 carries for 125 yards for the Satellites, who rolled up 407 yards of total offense.

Grayson Baslin accounted for six touchdowns, including a 95-yard kickoff return, in Homestead's 63-7 win over Warsaw.

Cory Troyer and Taylor Raatz scored two touchdowns each as Lakeland overcame 137 yards in penalties during a 46-13 win over Fremont.

Brody Olson threw for 110 yards and two scores in Jimtown's 36-0 blanking of John Glenn. Devan Emerson added a 92-yard kickoff return for the Jimmies, who limited Glenn to 62 total yards of offense.

Joel Tinney scored a pair of touchdowns and came up with a game-clinching interception in Culver Military Academy's 27-20 win over NorthWood.

Concord quarterback Ryan McKibbin completed 12-of-20 passes for 152 yards and four scores as Concord rolled to a 47-0 win over Elkhart Memorial. Franko House and Dakota Simon added a pair of scores each as the Minutemen held Memorial to 55 total yards.

Nic Weimer threw for 248 yards and three touchdowns in East Noble's 48-7 win over Northridge. Grey Fox added eight catches for 143 yards and one score, and Harold Wolf ran for two other tallies for the Knights.

Garrett Scott passed for two touchdowns and ran for a third score as Fairfield held on for a 23-14 win over Prairie Heights.

Bryson Mosier's 174 yards passing and two scores were not enough as Triton dropped a 32-20 decision to Northfield.

Chantz Marlatt had 18 carries for 148 yards and two scores as West Central cruised to a 41-20 win over Caston. Marlatt also hauled in a touchdown pass from Mike Hamilton, who threw and ran for two scores for the Trojans.

Wes Derflinger had 177 yards rushing and one score in North Judson's 20-12 win over rival Knox. Caston Sanchez threw a pair of touchdown passes to Michael Minix for the Bluejays. Nevin Miller ran and passed for scores for the Redskins.

Brandon Rooze completed only 8-of-11 passes, but four went for touchdowns, in Benton Central's 42-7 win over Seeger. Rooze finished with 295 yards through the air. Garrett Gray added seven carries for 155 yards and two scores to go along with two catches for 76 yards and two scores for the Bison. Rhys Johnson chipped in three receptions for 144 yards and one touchdown for Benton Central.

Markell Jones had 29 carries for 186 yards and three touchdowns for Columbus East in a 23-20 triumph over Columbus North. Jesse Tompkins led North with 139 yards rushing and one score on 25 carries.

Austin Lazano hauled in a 34-yard touchdown pass from Jake Hendershot with eight seconds left, helping Tri-West rally for a 14-13 win over South Putnam. Hendershot finished with 176 yards passing and two scores, and Nick Phelps added four catches for 90 yards and a touchdown for the Bruins.

Pete Harley ran for three touchdowns as Indianapolis Bishop Chatard cruised to a 62-0 win over Indianapolis Broad Ripple.

Tyler Holt tossed for 178 yards and two scores in Brebeuf Jesuit's 28-0 shutout over Grand Rapids West Catholic. LeVante Bellamy added two touchdowns for the Braves.

Ryan Ripp had a successful return from a concussion by running 21 times for 143 yards and three touchdowns as Hamilton Southeastern held on for a 28-21 win over Fishers. Ross Risley passed for 144 yards (10-of-18) and one score for the Royals. Signal caller Connoe Christiansen threw for 342 yards and two touchdowns for Fishers.

Timmy Mills threw and ran for scores as Lafayette Central Catholic held on for a 21-14 win over Guerin Catholic. Ross Corcoran's interception in the closing minutes preserved the Knights' 46th straight win. Michael Myers was 25-37 for 212 yards and one touchdown pass for the Golden Eagles.

James Gilbert had 26 carries for 286 yards and four touchdowns as Indianapolis Tech rolled to a 48-28 win over Lawrence North. Marcus Avery passed for 139 yards and one touchdown, while John Schnell ran for two scores for Lawrence North.

Tyler Birky accounted for 120 yards and four touchdowns on 16 carries in Kankakee Valley's 60-6 thumping of Wheeler. Johnny Williams added 10 tackles as the Kougars held Wheeler to minus-10 yards rushing.

Cody Thacker racked up 214 yards and three touchdowns on 30 carries as Boone Grove improved to 2-0 for the first time with a 21-19 come-from-behind win over Hammond Bishop Noll. Andrew Mayers tallied 21 carries for 97 yards and two scores for Bishop Noll.

C.J. McMann compiled 320 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 17 carries in Western Boone's 34-7 win over Clinton Central. LV Bowden racked up 12 tackles, two forced fumbles, a fumble recovery, and ran for 100 yards and one score for the Stars. Riggs Baxter added four tackles and two fumble recoveries for Western Boone.

Nic Berry's 20-yard scoring strike to Nick King in the fourth quarter allowed Franklin to rally for a 14-7 win over Shelbyville. Kyle Uhls added a 90-yard scoring run for the Grizzly Cubs.

Quarterback Matt Hunt was 22-of-34 for 293 yards and five touchdowns in Heritage Christian's 36-12 win over Triton Central. Anthony Warrum added nine catches for 149 yards and three touchdowns, and John Bryant chipped in eight receptions for 110 yards and two scores for the Eagles. Jordan Miller tallied 10.5 tackles for Heritage Christian, and Jonah Thacker had 29 carries for 163 yards and one score for the Tigers.

Tre Tunstill led a balanced attack with 12 tackles in Indianapolis Ben Davis' 24-0 blanking of Indianapolis Pike. Ben Wiley added 11.5 tackles and three quarterback sacks, and Tony Allen had 11 tackles and a fumble recovery for the Giants. Jamie Akin scored a pair of touchdowns for Ben Davis.

Reid Rohrbacher ran for two touchdowns and Sam Waters passed for two scores in Leo's 49-0 blanking of Angola. Rance Harris added 10 carries for 110 yards and one touchdown for the Lions.

Austin Benjamin and Nick Fairfield combined for over 200 yards rushing and six touchdowns as Monrovia earned a 49-6 win over Cascade. Fairfield had eight carries for 108 yards and two scores to go along with a 32-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown. Benjamin added 101 yards and two tallies on eight attempts.

Quarterback Connor Sheehan was 17-of-21 for 311 yards and two touchdowns in Heritage's 40-14 triumph over Norwell. Wil Knapke chipped in 15 rushes for 126 yards and three scores for the Patriots. Piercen Harnish paced Norwell with 12 carries for 117 yards and one touchdown.

Corey Beck completed 12-of-16 passes for 225 yards and four touchdowns in Hamilton Heights' 53-20 win against Sheridan. Tyler Trietsch added 164 yards on the ground and three scores on nine attempts for the Huskies. Austin Hoover paced the Blackhawks with 20 rushes for 102 yards and two scores.

Evan Cochran passed for 133 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another 108 yards and one score as DeKalb downed Garrett, 26-13, to snap a 22-game losing streak. Noah Follett tossed for 194 yards and one score for Garrett.

Crown Point's Tristan Peterson racked up 194 rushing yards to lead the 'Dogs past Hobart, 37-19. Hobart kicker Aaron Del Grosso kicked a pair of field goals, including a 53-yarder as time expired in the first half. Crown Point has defeated Hobart four straight times.

Bowman Academy's Antonio Pipkin was 9-of-11 passing for 211 yards with three scores and two rushing touchdowns as the Eagles flew past Lake Station, 68-20.

Whiting recorded its second straight shutout and racked up 457 total yards of offense in a 49-0 victory over Hammond Gavit. Oilers' quarterback AJ Veloz was 9-of-15 passing with three scores, and Justin Jendreas rushed seven times for 122 yards.

Hammond's Jesse Wood-Curtis scored three touchdowns and rolled up 151 yards to lead the Wildcats to 28-14 win over Highland.

Lake Central running back David Yancey rushed 12 times for 146 yards with three touchdowns as the Indians rolled to a 49-6 win over East Chicago Central. The Purdue recruit Yancey also hauled in three passes for 60 yards. Gelen Robinson added eight tackles, including seven for losses, and five quarterback sacks for Lake Central. Martayveus Carter racked 133 yards on seven carries with a score for the Cardinals in defeat.

Lowell running back George Fields rushed 29 times for 257 yards and scored four touchdowns as the Red Devils raced past Hammond Morton, 26-14.

Carmel's two-headed quarterback tandem of John Lampe (11-of -15 passing 125 yards) and Brandon Lugar (9-of-13 passing with one TD) dissected Valparaiso in every way imaginable to help the top-ranked and defending Class %A state champion Greyhounds earn a hard-fought 21-20 win at Valparaiso. Jack Thompson rushed 23 times for 108 yards to lead the Hounds to their 10th straight win. It was also the school's 500th career win in football. Valpo running back Andrew Kittridge had 75 yards rushing and one score, and placekicker Caleb Dawson had a 49-yard and a 36-yard field goal for the Vikings.

Jake Raspopovich was 9-of-13 passing for 181 yards with three touchdowns passes, leading Merrillville to 50-28 win over Andrean in the "Battle of Broadway". Running back Dylon Collins rushed seven times for 133 yards for the Pirates. Wide receiver Aaron Dye hauled in seven receptions for 176 yards with three scores to help Merrillville improve its mark to 1-1.

Chesterton senior Joe Troop scored two rushing touchdowns and returned a punt 83 yards for another score as the Golden Trojans defeated Munster, 42-17. Troop racked up 122 return yards to help the Trojans remain unbeaten.

Anthony Linnear and C.J. Jackson accounted for four touchdowns each in Fort Wayne North's 51-25 win over F.W. South. Linnear had 18 carries for 248 yards and one score, hauled in two touchdown receptions, and returned an interception for another score. Jackson tossed for 183 yards and four scores, and Cliff Thomas ran for 124 yards and one touchdown for the Redskins. Drew Schnitz threw for 286 yards and four scores for the Vikings. Huntington North's Alex Kaylor left the game with a leg injury.

Anthony Moore tallied 121 yards rushing and two touchdowns on nine attempts in New Haven's 66-18 win over Woodlan.

Tyler Hands recorded a pair of defensive touchdowns in Carroll (Fort Wayne)'s 48-28 triumph over Delta. Jimmy Crumley ran for two scores, and Chris Terry tossed for two more for the Chargers. Joel Spegali had 124 yards and one score for Delta.

Notre Dame recruit Jaylon Smith had a pair of touchdowns in F.W. Bishop Luers' 21-17 decision over F.W. Northrop.

Cody Miller ran and passed for touchdowns as F.W. Bishop Dwenger edged F.W. Concordia Lutheran, 21-14. D'Marcus Moon added 122 yards rushing on 24 attempts for the Saints.

In Bluffton's 26-22 win over Manchester, D'Wayne Eskridge tallied 126 yards and two scores.

Blake Blaker threw three touchdown passes as Eastside rolled to a 41-6 win over West Noble.

Jason Nicodemus ran seven times for 107 yards and four touchdowns in Churubusco's 61-6 thrashing of Central Noble.

Quarterback Brandon Phelps passed for 143 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another score as F.W. Snider cruised to a 56-25 win over F.W. South. Je'norie Smith added 14 carries for 102 yards and one score, and Tyreu Swain chipped in 103 yards and a touchdown on nine attempts for the Panthers.

Brad Busse carried the football 12 times for 223 yards and four touchdowns and also recorded eight tackles on defense in Bellmont's 41-17 win over South Adams.

Adam Neely had 215 yards and three touchdowns on 29 attempts as Columbia City rolled to a 43-13 win against Whitko. Signal caller Travis Herbst was 7-of-13 for 117 yards and three scores, and T.J. Smith tallied 10 tackles for the Eagles.

Dalton Combs tallied a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns, helping Adams Central post a 26-14 win over Union County.

Brooks Howell tossed for 182 yards (12-of-23) and one touchdown in Silver Creek's 28-14 loss to Salem.

Matt Bell and Owen Mattingly scored two touchdowns apiece as Our Lady of Providence posted a 27-19 win over Floyd Central. Garry Possey had 26 carries for 203 yards and two scores, and Terrance Kennedy added 188 yards and one touchdown on 19 attempts for Floyd Central.

Signal caller Jake Purichia finished 12-of-15 for 260 yards and three touchdowns in Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter's 56-20 thrashing of Indianapolis Lutheran. Purichia also had five carries for 48 yards and one score, and Alex Parrett added four catches for 125 yards and two scores for the Raiders.

Running back Chad Banschbach ran 14 times for 277 yards and four touchdowns as Lawrenceburg rolled to a 45-28 win over Taylor (Ohio). Quarterback Sam Fette went 10-of-15 for 241 yards and two scores, and wide out Morgan Baker had six catches for 203 yards and two touchdowns for the Tigers.

Kole Stogner ran for 217 yards and two touchdowns in Greenwood's 37-7 pasting of Indian Creek. Michael Lyons added four quarterback sacks for the Woodmen. Signal caller Matthew Wray passed for 217 yards for Indian Creek.

Jawaun Gilbert threw for 127 yards and two scores in Indianapolis Howe's 56-6 triumph over Indianapolis Arlington.

Matt Siergiej rambled for 197 yards and one score in New Palestine's 28-6 win over Richmond.

Demetrius Anderson passed for three touchdowns and ran for another score as Indianapolis Marshall posted a 33-6 win over Cloverdale.

Richie Steinmetz's touchdown pass to Anthony Green with 24 seconds left helped Avon escape with a 24-20 win over Westfield.

Quarterback Parker Dunshee was 11-of-15 for 125 yards and one touchdown and ran for another score in Zionsville's 31-7 win over McCutcheon. Nate Deno had 11 carries for 98 yards and one score, caught five passes for 33 yards, a 68-yard kickoff return, and an interception for McCutcheon.

Daylon Weddle's five-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter allowed Plainfield to post a 17-14 victory over Kokomo. Jacob Jay threw for 145 yards and one score, and Auggie Blevins ran for 109 yards for the Quakers. Michael Copeland raced for 108 yards to lead the Wildkats.

Trenton Brazel accounted for more than 150 yards and two touchdowns in Northwestern's 28-7 win over North Miami. Brazel had 10 carries for 96 yards and six catches for 67 yards, while Brandon Curry ran 22 times for 107 yards for the Tigers.

Drake Christian and Alex Rodriguez both went over the 100-yard mark in rushing in Lawrence Central's 38-3 triumph over Indianapolis North Central. Christian had 127 yards on the ground and one touchdown, while Rodriguez added 113 yards and two scores for the Bears.

Jon Furrow had 19 carries for 120 yards and five touchdowns and also booted five extra points in Pendleton Heights' 44-21 win over Anderson. Curtis threw for two touchdowns for Anderson.

Beech Grove quarterback Aaron Johnson was 17-of-27 for 159 yards and two touchdowns in a 28-14 win over Park Tudor.

Conner Smith finished 20-of-32 for 312 yards and five touchdowns in Perry Meridian's 41-21 win over Decatur Central. Wide out Cole Timmons added 10 catches for 164 yards and three scores for the Falcons.

Jalen West went 5-of-5 for 111 yards and three touchdowns during North Montgomery's 65-6 win over Indianapolis Tindley. Brett Warren and Alex Parsons each returned an interception for a score for the Chargers.

Christian Perry ran for 148 yards and two touchdowns in Southport's 44-36 win over Mooresville.

Kaine Liscomb rambled for 119 yards and two scores as Martinsville came away with a 37-20 win over Bloomington South. Mason Kutruff added 170 yards passing and one score for the Artesians.

Caleb Brannon ran for one touchdown and caught a pass for another score in Lebanon's 34-14 win over Greenfield Central. Collin Campbell also ran for 108 yards and scored twice, and Isaac Harker had two touchdown passes for the Tigers. Greenfield Central, quarterback Derek Conley ran for one touchdown and passed for another.

Paoli's Tanner Wroblewski amassed 120 receiving yards on two catches, while his brother Lee Wroblewski ran for one touchdown and threw for another in Paoli's 48-0 blanking of Indianapolis Washington. The Rams' defense accounted for three interceptions and two fumble recoveries in the shutout.

Quarterback Jace Hartz was 12-of-17 for 228 yards and three touchdowns in Evansville Mater Dei's 31-17 win over Evansville Central. Wide out Seth Kruse added three catches for 89 yards and three scores for the Wildcats.

Aaron Killebrew had 20 carries for 293 yards and four touchdowns in Evansville Harrison's 58-36 loss to Graves County (Kentucky).

In Evansville Reitz's 47-27 loss to Louisville Central, Ke'Andre Vaughn racked up 161 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 18 attempts.

Signal caller Max Mooney went 14-of-19 for 141 yards and a touchdown in Evansville North's 24-21 loss to Henderson County (Kentucky).

Running back Deon Hardiman ran the football 27 times for 274 yards and three touchdowns in Princeton's 44-26 win over Pike Central. Quarterback Colton Wilder chipped in 177 yards passing (18-of-26) for the Tigers. Dustin Meny tossed a pair of touchdown passes to Shane Eck for Pike Central.

Wes Harness tallied 197 yards rushing and four touchdowns on 22 carries, helping North Posey post a 49-21 win over Mount Vernon.

Austin LeClere scored three touchdowns to help Perry Central post a 39-20 win over Forest Park.

Tecumseh quarterback Adam Grannon was 13-of-20 for 238 yards and three touchdowns in a 48-6 thumping of Wood Memorial. Andrew Morris chipped in nine carries for 142 yards and two scores for the Braves.

David Anquish and Jordan Scheller both ran for more than 100 yards in Gibson Southern's 37-13 win over South Spencer. Anquish had 116 yards on the ground and two scores, and Scheller added 137 yards for the Titans.

Cole Semersheim tallied three touchdowns in Jasper's 24-14 win over Southridge.

Zach Lubbehusen had 125 yards on the ground and one score in Heritage Hills' 47-7 triumph against Tell City.

Running back Carrington Crutcher racked up 267 yards and three touchdowns on 27 carries during Evansville Bosse's 25-19 win over Washington. Kane Waggoner finished with 18 rushes for 127 yards and one score for Washington.

Patrick Toole accumulated 154 yards rushing on 21 carries as Vincennes Lincoln held on for a 23-20 win over Boonville. Brandt Nowaskie added 12 rushes for 117 yards on the ground for the Alices. Andrew Arriago had 11 carries for 146 yards and one score for Boonville.

Freshman quarterback Eric Wilhite went 16-of-24 for 221 yards and two touchdowns in Castle's 26-0 shutout over New Albany. Andrew Finch added 32 rushes for 168 yards and two scores for the Knights.

Garrett Riley had five carries for 77 yards and one touchdown as Lewis Cass upset No 4 (Class 3A) West Lafayette, 14-6. Drew Shepherd added eight rushes for 67 yards and one score for the Kings.

Jacob Singer's 49-yard interception return for a touchdowns paved the way for Eastbrook to post a 33-16 win over Western and give Panthers' head coach Jeff Adamson his 200th career victory.

Joey Miller carried the football 23 times for 235 yards and four touchdowns as Pioneer rolled past Winamac, 42-14, for its 41st consecutive Midwest Conference victory. Zach Shidler scored twice for Winamac.

Bo Bullard ran 28 times for 162 yards and three touchdowns as Logansport cruised to a 28-7 win over Peru to give Brad Urban his first coaching victory with the Berries.

Darian Green tallied 222 yards and four touchdowns on 26 rushes, leading Lafayete Jeff to a 28-21 win over Lafayette Harrison. Nick Torres had 14 carries for 122 yards and one score for Harrison.

Carson Davis netted 132 rushing yards and one score on 17 attempts, guiding Attica to a 42-0 blanking of Clinton Prairie. Tyler Jordan added two scoring runs, and Brady Sheridan passed for a touchdown, ran for a score, and returned an interception 30 yards for another tally for the Red Ramblers.

Michael Duane ran seven times for 181 yards and three touchdowns as Fountain Central rolled to a 70-6 win over Turkey Run. Jack Bolin added four rushes for 160 yards and two scores, while Colin Strange had five carries for 119 yards and one touchdown for the Mustangs.

Isaac Rudd scored three touchdowns, including a three-yard run in overtime, lifting Frankfort to a 20-14 win over Twin Lakes.

Jason Sterrett had 19 carries for 118 yards and two touchdowns and passed for a third score in Delphi's 28-26 win over Carroll (Flora) in the Bacon Bowl.

Luke Diener ran for two touchdowns and caught a pass for a third score in North White's 28-12 win over Tri-County. Riley Benner accounted for two scores for Tri-County.

Ryan Lattimore scored a pair of touchdowns, including an 84-yard kickoff return, as Rensselaer Central cruised to a 56-7 win over North Newton.

Austin Drinski ran 11 times for 124 yards and two touchdowns as South Newton blanked Frontier, 47-0. Drinski also added two catches for 36 yards and a score, and Nathin Bishop chipped in two touchdowns for the Rebels.

Jordan Partee caught two passes for 112 yards and two scores and returned a punt 52 yards for another score as Madison rolled to a 32-15 win over South Dearborn. Nick Macon was 5-of-12 for 190 yards and three scores, and Wayne Sherbahn added 16 rushes for 106 yards for the Cubs. Tanner Young picked off a pair of passes as Madison won at home for the first time since 2008.

Devin Grilliot ran for 100 yards, including a 37-yard touchdown in the closing minutes, helping Winchester post a 20-14 win over Northeastern.

James Antonoglou returned a kickoff 82 yards for a touchdown, ran 35 yards for another score, and returned a punt 70 yards for a third tally in Union City's 34, 12 win over Mississinewa Valley (Ohio).

Chandler Carroll rambled for 140 yards and three touchdowns as Yorktown breezed to a 52-14 win over Indianapolis Northwest. Michael Lumpkin added 160 yards passing (10-of-14) and one score for the Tigers.

Lane Young led a balanced rushing attack with eight carries for 119 yards as Shenandoah ran for 443 yards in a 41-25 win over Southern Wells.

McKenzie Nash ran the football 38 times for 181 yards and five touchdowns in Muncie South's 54-41 win over rival Muncie Central. Timber Hatfield carried the ball 16 times for 196 yards and two scores and passed for 119 yards and another tally for the Rebels. Wide out Brayden Reynolds added three catches for 101 yards for South. Tim Barrett ran for three touchdowns and returned a kickoff for another score for Central. Billy Walker passed for 226 yards and one score, and Aaron Davis hauled in six passes for 123 yards for the Bearcats.

Tyler Back rambled for 232 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries, helping Jay County roll to a 40-6 win over Blackford. Eric Hemmelgarn added 17 rushes for 157 yards and five scores for the Patriots.

Brother Scank had 20 rushes for 110 yards and one touchdown in Terre Haute North's 27-10 win over Terre Haute South in the battle for the Victory Bell. Quarterback Chris Barrett finished 10-of-15 for 186 yards and one score for the Patriots. Michael Watt had a 94-yard kickoff return for a touchdown to pace the Braves.

Kody Zumwalt ran 19 times for 240 yards and four touchdowns, helping North Vermillion post a 62-27 over South Vermillion. Quarterback Brayden Woodard was 5-of-8 for 115 yards and two scores. Woodward added 171 yards on the ground and three touchdowns on 10 attempts. Ethan Kunkle chipped in 11 tackles for the Falcons. Adam Crouch was 5-of-6 for 139 yards and two touchdowns, and Daniel Shew added two scores for the Wildcats.

Quarterback Austin Karazsia completed 28 of 37 passes for 315 yards and three touchdowns in Linton-Stockton's 58-26 win over Sullivan. Zane Hayden accounted for four touchdowns, Koye Kaiser ran 18 times for 138 yards, and Grant Stamm hauled in seven passes for 117 yards and one score for the Miners. Payne Fortner was 22-of-40 for 290 yards and two scores for Sullivan.

In Greencastle's 44-0 blanking of West Vigo, Nick Gilliam went 21-of-35 for 277 yards and three touchdowns. Alec Pettit carried 10 times for 88 yards and two scores for the Tiger Cubs. Danny Cressey netted 112 yards on 12 carries for West Vigo.

Tucker Stewart and Jesse Miller both accumulated over 100 yards rushing and one score in Northview's 20-13 win over Edgewood. Stewart had 14 attempts for 106 yards, and Miller added 115 yards on 21 carries. Tyler Rector added five catches for 127 yards, and Trey Boor booted a 48-yard field goal for the Knights.

Nic Clark ran 24 times for 135 yards and one score in Frankton's 19-10 win over Lapel. Brayden Ginder was 8-of-12 for 158 yards and two touchdowns, and Austin Compton added three catches for 137 yards and two scores for the Eagles.

Tyler Smith-Johnson found the end zone four times as Anderson Prep Academy celebrated its first varsity win with a 35-15 decision over Monroe Central.

Cambridge City Lincoln running back Tyler Brown had 174 yards rushing and three touchdowns in the Golden Eagles' 42-6 thrashing of Wes-Del.

Tanner Engle's three touchdowns were not enough as New Castle suffered its 18th straight loss with a 41-21 setback to Rushville.

Cole Barlett was a one man wrecking crew in Hagertown's 42-32 win over Knightstown. Barlett ran for 295 yards and two touchdowns, passed for 130 yards and three scores, and kicked six extra-points. Jared Souder added 123 yards on the ground and one score on 15 attempts for the Tigers. Jordan Jessup paced Knightstown with 19 carries for 123 yards and two touchdowns.

Bryce Robinson tallied 144 yards rushing and one touchdown as Centerville edged Tri, 14-6, to give Perry Irwin his first coaching win with the Bulldogs.

Kiontre Wilkey tallied two touchdowns in Rockville's 27-7 win over Covington. Ryan Lewis ran and threw for scores for the Rox.

Signal caller Blaize Kelly completed 11-of-26 passes for 234 yards and one touchdown as Alexandria improved to 2-0 for the first time since 1998 with a 14-7 win over Wabash.

Quarterback Austin Hooker completed 7-of-13 passes for 157 yards and two touchdowns and ran 15 times for 127 yards and one score in Tipton's 49-33 win over Elwood. James Atherr added 172 yards rushing and two touchdowns, and Josh Snider had 10 tackles for the Blue Devils. Sammy Mireles had 23 carries for 180 yards and three touchdowns for Elwood.

Autry Pickens carried the ball 17 times for 137 yards and three touchdowns in Danville's 51-27 win over Crawfordsville. Jordan Butler added 80 yards and two scores on 11 attempts for the Warriors. Travis Harris completed 22-of-46 for 378 yards and four touchdowns, and Jordan Jackson chipped in 12 catches for 230 yards and three scores for the Athenians.

Colin McNamara scored a pair of touchdowns to lead Indianapolis Roncalli to a 21-6 win over Franklin Central. Evan Cahill returned an interception for a score and blocked an extra-point for the Rebels.

Jason Kirchhoff ran 34 times for 328 yards and three touchdowns, leading North Decatur to a 36-25 win over Edinburgh. Brock Ricke added two scores for the Chargers. Edinburgh quarterback Sammy Wilkerson was 16-of-30 for 223 yards and two touchdown passes. Wilkerson also ran for two scores, Caleb Giles had six catches for 103 yards, and Kevin Johnson ran 13 times for 110 yards for the Lancers.

Scott Pennington scored a pair of touchdowns in Milan's 26-0 win over Batesville.

Tyler Frindley completed 9-of-16 passes for 179 yards and five touchdowns in Jeffersonville's 52-14 triumph over Seymour. Austin Hines added 143 yards rushing and two scores on 22 attempts for the Red Devils.

Aaron Daniel passed for 141 yards (9-of-16) and two touchdowns and ran 17 times for 176 yards and three scores in Charlestown's 41-3 thrashing of Brownstown Central. Seth McCutcheon added 16 carries for 202 yards and one touchdowns for the Pirates.

Brennen Duke had 20 carries for 93 yards and one touchdown in North Knox's 19-6 win over Eastern Greene. Briar Martindale threw for 241 yards (19-of-28) and one score in the loss.

Sterling Langley put his arm and legs to good use in Union's 44-42 win over Riverton Parke. Langley had 18 carries for 124 yards and three touchdowns and passed for 147 yards (10-of-16) and two scores.

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