Indianapolis Ben Davis snapped Carmel's 16-game winning streak with a 13-7 triumph over the Greyhounds.
Evansville Harrison ended a 41-game Southern Indiana Conference losing streak with a 44-13 win over Evansville Bosse.
Columbus North coach Tim Bless notched his 100th career win with a 42-14 triumph over Southport.
Chesterton halted Merrillville's 11-game Duneland Conference winning streak and earned a share of the DAC crown with the Pirates with a 40-35 triumph.
Earning their first win of the season were Evansville Harrison (44-13 Evansville Bosse), Mooresville (31-12 Franklin County), Union County (42-14 Tri), and Wood Memorial (42-24 Union (Dugger)).
Falling from the ranks of the unbeaten were West Central (21-6 Pioneer), Lakeland (38-16 Churubusco), Greenwood (56-35 Whiteland), and Carmel (13-7 Ben Davis).
Here is the last time the following unbeaten teams were 9-0.
Homestead (2011), Brownsburg (1994), Castle (2011), Columbus East (2009), F.W. Snider (2008), Jasper (2010), Hagerstown (2010), Greencastle (1991), Whiting (2005), Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter (2008), Jimtown (2007), Lawrence Central (2004), North Posey (1996), North Vermillion (1987), Charlestown (2007), Linton-Stockton (2011).
STILL LOOKING FOR NUMBER ONE
These teams went winless during the regular season.
Blackford, Calumet, Central Noble, Cloverdale, Crawford County, Evansville Bosse, Frontier, Lafayette Harrison, Lawrence North, Norwell, Riverton Parke, South Dearborn, Taylor, Tri, Wabash.
HERE'S TO THE 2012 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS
Allen County Athletic - Garrett and Heritage
Big Eight - Jasper
Central Indiana - Elwood
Conference Indiana - Lawrence Central
Duneland Athletic - Chesterton and Merrillville
Eastern Indiana - East Central
Great Lakes Athletic - Hammond
Greater South Shore - Whiting
Hoosier - Lafayette Central Catholic
Hoosier Crossroads - Brownsburg
Hoosier Heritage - Mount Vernon (Fortville)
Hoosier Hills - Columbus East
Indiana Crossroads - Indianapolis Ritter
Metropolitan Interscholastic - Ben Davis, Carmel, and Center Grove
Mid-Indiana Football - Indian Creek
Mid-Indiana - Hamilton Heights
Mid-Southern - Charlestown
Mid-State - Greenwood
Midwest - Pioneer
North Central - Richmond
Northeast Corner - Churubusco
Northeast Hoosier - Homestead
Northern Indiana - Penn
Northern Lakes - Concord and Plymouth
Northern State - Jimtown
Northwest Crossroads - Kankakee Valley, Andrean, and Hobart
Northwestern - Gary West
Patoka Lake Athletic - Paoli
Pocket Athletic - North Posey
Sagamore - Western Boone, Danville, and Tri-West
Southern Indiana Athletic - Castle
Summit Athletic - Fort Wayne Snider
Three Rivers - Tippecanoe Valley and Rochester
Tri-Eastern - Hagerstown
Wabash River - North Vermillion
West Central - Greencastle
Western Indiana - Sullivan and West Vigo
NEW FACES IN NEW PLACES
Here is a look at how the new coaches around the state are doing.
Josh Schoeff - Angola (3-6), Jason Thompson - Cascade (3-6), Perry Irwin – Centerville (2-7), Justin Schuhmacher - Clinton Central (2-7), Adam Kelly - Connersville (6-3), Travis Brown - Covington (2-7), Kevin Enright - Crown Point (6-3), Josh Strasser - Delphi (3-6), Luke Amstutz - East Noble (7-2), Bill Roggeman - Elkhart Memorial (1-8), Ross Fuh - Forest Park (1-8), Brian Moore - Fountain Central (8-1), Mike Quick - Frankfort (3-6), Shane Wellman - Franklin County (4-5), Chris DePew - Garrett (7-2), Jeff Karras - Gary Roosevelt (3-6), Nick Hart - Gibson Southern (7-2), Jim Pickett - Griffith (3-6), Jay Nowak - Hammond Clark (1-8), Todd Wilkerson - Heritage Hills (5-4), Trent Grider - Highland (1-8), Trent Fine - Huntington North (4-5), Garrett Wooten - Indiana Deaf (1-7), Chris McGowan - Knox (2-7), Tim Miller - Lapel (1-8), Brad Urban - Logansport (1-8), John Hochstetler - Monroe Central (1-8), Kevin Hutchins - Monrovia (4-5), Chad Dockery - Mooresville (1-8), Brad Seiss - Muncie Central (3-6), Charlie Hill - New Palestine (3-6), Russ Radtke - New Prairie (8-1), Garry Sauley - North Decatur (6-3), Mark Williamson - North Harrison (2-7), Greg Barrett - North Putnam (3-6), Tony Uggen - Northfield (3-6), Brian Crabtree - North Vermillion (9-0), Orlando Lowry - Park Tudor (1-8), Greg Gibson - Perry Central (6-3), Wally McCormack - Portage (3-6), Vincent Royer - Prairie Heights (3-6), Waylon Schenk - Princeton (4-5), Mike Zehner - Rochester (6-3), Rocky Alspaugh - Rushville (1-8), Jay Johnson - South Bend Washington (1-8), Dan Klimczak - South Central (7-2), Will Ragle - Tri (0-9), Justin Gardiner - Twin Lakes (3-6), Dave Coyle - Valparaiso (3-6), Steve Tutsie - Warren Central (4-5), Nate Andrews - Western (4-5), Tony Klimczak - Wheeler (6-3), Joey Paridaen - Wood Memorial (1-8), Anthony Marshall - Indpls. Marshall (5-3), Kyle Brown - Indpls. Tindley (2-6).
HIGHS AND LOWS
Longest current losing streaks
Tri has dropped 30 games in a row.
Frontier has 27 straight losses.
Lafayette Harrison has dropped 25 consecutive games.
Central Noble has lost 24 games in a row.
Riverton Parke has suffered 22 straight losses.
Wabash has 17 losses in a row.
Taylor has 15 consecutive losses.
Norwell has 12 straight losses.
Blackford has lost 11 games in a row.
Lawrence North, South Dearborn, and Evansville Bosse, have a 10-game losing streak.
Crawford County has suffered nine losses in a row.
Consecutive regular season wins
Homestead 22, Linton-Stockton 20, Castle 18, Charleston 16, Columbus East 16, Lawrence Central 16, North Posey 14, Brownsburg 13, Indianapolis Ritter 13, Greencastle 13, F.W. Snider 11, Jasper 10, Jimtown 10, North Vermillion 10, Whiting 10, Hagerstown 9.
Consecutive regular season losses
Tri 28, Frontier 25, Lafayette Harrison 23, Central Noble 22, Riverton Parke 20, Wabash 17, Cloverdale 14, Taylor 14, Calumet 12, Norwell 11, Lawrence North 9, Mooresville 9, Blackford 9, South Dearborn 9, Evansville Bosse 9, Crawford County 8.
Longest current conference winning streaks
Pioneer has won 47 Midwest Conference games in a row.
Columbus East has run off 42 consecutive Hoosier Hills Conference games.
Lafayette Central Catholic has won 41 straight Hoosier Heartland and Hoosier Conference games.
Homestead has captured 20 straight Northeast Hoosier Conference games.
East Central has won 18 straight Eastern Indiana Conference games.
Churubusco has won 17 Northeast Corner Conference games in a row.
Linton-Stockton has won 14 straight Southwest Seven Conference contests.
Penn has won 14 straight Northern Indiana Conference games.
Charlestown has captured 13 straight Mid-Southern Conference games.
North Posey has won 10 straight Pocket Athletic Conference games.
Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter has 10 straight Indiana Crossroads Conference wins.
Paoli has run off nine consecutive Patoka Lake Athletic Conference wins in a row.
Longest current conference losing streaks
Wabash has lost 35 straight Three Rivers Conference games.
Lafayette Harrison has suffered 23 straight Hoosier Crossroads Conference losses.
Crawford County has dropped 21 straight Patoka Lake Conference contests.
Tri is in the midst of a 22-game Tri-Eastern Conference losing streak.
Rushville has lost 20 straight Hoosier Heritage Conference games.
Union (Dugger) has suffered 20 straight Southwest Seven Conference losses.
Central Noble has 19 Northeast Corner Conference losses in a row.
LaVille has endured 16 straight Northern State Conference losses.
Riverton Parke has lost 16 consecutive Wabash River Conference games.
Bloomington South has suffered 15 straight Conference Indiana Conference losses.
F.W. Wayne has endured a 15-game Summit Athletic Conference losing skid.
Northridge has dropped 14 consecutive Northern Lakes Conference games.
Delphi has 13 consecutive Hoosier Conference losses in a row.
S.B. Riley has lost 13 straight Northern Indiana Conference contests.
Taylor has suffered 12 Mid-Indiana Conference losses in a row.
Cloverdale has run off 11 straight West Central Conference losses.
Mooresville has 11 straight Mid-State Conference losses.
South Decatur has 10 consecutive Mid-Indiana Conference losses.
Closing in on 250
Mo Moriarty (Salem) 246
Closing in on 200
Leroy Marsh (Munster) 199
Tim Roth (Winamac) 199
Rick Streiff (Indianapolis Cathedral) 194
Closing in on 100
Mike Cheviron (Goshen) 96
Tony Lewis (Evansville Reitz) 95
Bob Holmes (Bremen) 94