ON THE LOOSE (Top rushing performances)
Malieki Parks of Franklin Central exploded for 34 rushes for 292 yards and six touchdowns for the Flashes in a 42-3 win over Jeffersonville.
Mishawaka’s Chris Harness scampered 35 times for 276 yards with two touchdowns and caught a pass for another score in the Cavemen’s 35-28 win over South Bend Riley.
Bloomington South’s Maveric Thiery had 39 rushes for 270 yards and a score in the Panthers’ 34-24 win over Whiteland.
West Noble’s Brandon Pruitt carried the ball 36 times for 260 yards and a touchdown in the Chargers’ 45-21 loss to Fort Wayne Bishop Luers.
Fletcher Greer of North Judson ran 14 times for 255 yards and two touchdowns in the Bluejays’ 42-25 win over South Central.
Union City’s Joshua Crawford had 26 carries for 209 yards and two scores and also intercepted a pass in the Indians’ 32-12 win over Clinton Prairie.
Gabe Lloyd of Southwood raced 17 times for 209 yards and two touchdowns in the Knights; 37-6 win over Fremont.
Bluffton’s Everett Johnson raced 29 times for 216 yards and two touchdowns in the Tigers’ 41-8 win over Prairie Heights.
Nathan O’Mara of Seymour ran 28 times for 215 yards and a touchdown in the Owls’ 49-13 loss to Columbus East.
Gibson Southern’s Mitchell Spindler scampered 39 times for 213 yards and also caught two passes for 99 yards and two touchdowns in the Titans’ 24-14 win over Heritage Hills.
Ty Thompson of North Central (Farmersburg) ran 17 times for 213 yards and four touchdowns in the Thunderbirds’ 57-0 blanking of Tecumseh.
Romeir Elliott of Warren Central rambled 21 times for 200 yards with three scores and also hauled in a 58-yard touchdown pass in the Warriors’ 49-28 win over Indianapolis Ben Davis.
North Knox’s Gavyn Doane had 37 carries for 197 yards and two touchdowns for the Warriors in their 40-22 loss to Southridge.
Indian Creek’s Avery Welch ran 17 times for 188 yards and a touchdown in the Braves’ 33-0 blanking of Indianapolis Manual.
Wyatt Byrd of Richmond had 28 carries for 183 yards and two scores in the Red Devils’ 48-21 loss to Mooresville.
Carson Steele of Center Grove ran 24 times for 183 yards with three touchdowns and caught two passes for 47 yards in the Trojans’ 42-0 blanking of Columbus North.
Bremen’s Nathan Mullen had 21 carries for 177 yards and three scores in the Lions’ 52-14 win over Central Noble/
West Lafayette’s Sage Hood raced 13 times for 174 yards and three touchdowns in the Red Devils’ 74-0 blanking of Twin Lakes.
Carter Little of Maconaquah had 23 carries for 167 yards and two touchdowns in the Braves’ 24-6 win over Tippecanoe Valley.
Lewis Cass’ Gabe Eurit ran 29 times for 166 yards and a touchdown in the Kings’ 14-7 win over Rensselaer Central.
Dawson Basinger of North Central (Farmersburg) scampered 14 times for 161 yards and four scores against Tecumseh.
Cameron Craig of Rushville ran 26 times for 159 yards and a score in the Lions’ 62-6 setback to Indianapolis Bishop Chatard.
Eastbrook’s Edward Keasling had eight carries for 157 yards and two scores in the Panthers’ 48-20 win over Rochester.
Dalton Scott of South Putnam ran 30 times for 158 yards and four touchdowns in the Eagles’ 30-14 win over Indianapolis Howe,
Carmel’s Zach White rambled 14 times for 158 yards and three touchdowns for the Greyhounds in a 28-7 win over Westfield.
Skylar Bates of Bedford North Lawrence ran 17 times for 155 yards with a touchdown and also tallied 13 tackles in the Stars’ 35-7 win over Floyd Central.
Boone Grove’s Moasoor Adisa carried the ball six times for 154 yards and two touchdowns in the Wolves’ 47-0 victory over Lake Station.
Caleb Bollinger of Brownstown Central ran 10 times for 153 yards and two scores in the Braves’ 56-15 win over Salem.
Matt Noble of Fishers had 15 carries for 151 yards and three scores in the Tigers’ 33-20 win over Indianapolis Pike.
Mississinewa’s Cade Campbell ran 19 times for 149 yards and a touchdown in the Indians’ 24-14 win over Yorktown.
Xaine Kirby of Eastbrook carried the ball 19 times for 148 yards and four scores against Rochester.
Devon Tippmann of Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger had 21 carries for 147 yards and a score in the Saints’ 42-9 win over Leo.
Scecina Memorial’s Tavon Middlebrook scampered 15 times for 146 yards and three touchdowns for the Crusaders in a 47-26 win against Heritage Christian.
Keaton Kermode of Triton Central ran 26 times for 145 yards and two scores in the Tigers’ 20-0 victory over Knightstown.
Levon Bellemy of Edgewood had 25 carries for 143 yards in the Mustangs’ 23-15 win over Silver Creek.
Brownsburg’s Donny Marcus ran 15 times for 143 yards and two touchdowns for the Bulldogs in a 42-20 win over Southport.
Jackson Kurth of Valparaiso tallied 143 yards on the ground and two scores in the Vikings’ 55-7 win over Chesterton.
Columbus East’s Mark McDonald carried the ball 17 times for 139 yards and two scores for the Olympians against Seymour.
Christian Lawson of Boone Grove ran eight times for 138 yards and three touchdowns against Lake Station.
Charlie Spegal of New Palestine had 26 rushes for 138 yards and four touchdowns in the Dragons’ 29-17 win over Zionsville.
Keshaun Fields of Fort Wayne Wayne ran 15 times for 138 yards and a score for the Generals in a 53-14 win over New Haven.
Tri-West’s Sam Fulton carried the ball 28 times for 138 yards and also caught a 27-yard touchdown pass in the Bruins’ 28-7 win over Danville.
Colin Price of Zionsville ran 22 times for 137 yards and a touchdown for the Eagles against New Palestine.
Devonair Fields of Fort Wayne Wayne had 14 carries for 137 yards and three touchdowns against New Haven.
Homestead’s Braeden Hardwick ran 21 times for 135 yards and a score in the Spartans’ 24-7 win over Fort Wayne Northrop.
Castle’s Noah Taylor scampered 11 times for 134 yards and three scores in the Knights’ 55-7 win over Evansville North.
Danny Gregorich of Pioneer had three carries for 133 yards and three touchdowns in the Panthers’ 74-0 blanking of Carroll (Flora).
Monrovia’s Corbin Padgett ran 22 times for 133 yards in the Bulldogs’ 27-7 loss to Sullivan.
Shane Berry of Northeastern rambled 28 times for 131 yards and a touchdown for the Knights in an 11-8 loss to Lapel.
Tyler Wildman of Lowell had 26 carries for 130 yards and two scores in the Red Devils’ 45-14 victory over Griffith.
Kenny Tracy of Decatur Central ran seven times for 128 yards and two touchdowns and hauled in a 13-yard scoring pass in the Hawks’ 49-14 win over Indianapolis Tech.
Fort Wayne Snider’s Anyis Lockett had 17 carries for 126 yards and a touchdown for the Panthers in a 49-30 win against Carroll (Fort Wayne).
Andrean’s Andrew Benton carried the ball eight times for 123 yards and a score for the 59ers in a 44-12 win over Hanover Central.
Jared Blake of Maconaquah had 27 carries for 123 yards and a touchdown against Tippecanoe Valley.
Jacob Wetzel of Heritage Hills ran 15 times for 123 yards and two touchdowns for the Patriots against Gibson Southern.
Linton-Stockton’s Luke Lannan carried the ball 16 times for 122 yards and two scores in the Miners’ 40-21 loss to Evansville Mater Dei.
Shenandoah’s Gabe Young had seven rushes for 122 yards and two touchdowns and caught two passes for 73 yards in the Raiders’ 51-13 victory against Alexandria.
Akili Roberts of Union City ran 17 times for 122 yards and two scores against Clinton Prairie.
LaPorte’s Collin Berquist scampered 27 times for 122 yards and a score for the Slicers in a 33-19 win over South Bend Adams.
Brice Rider of West Lafayette had 17 carries for 120 yards and three scores against Twin Lakes.
Triton’s Ethan Berry scampered 11 times for 117 yards with a touchdown and caught a 67-yard pass for another score in the Trojans’ 48-18 win over Winamac.
Brett Wethington of Western Boone had 17 carries for 117 yards and a score in the Stars’ 28-20 win over Tipton.
Blackford’s Jacob Deavers ran nine times for 116 yards and two touchdowns in the Bruins’ 38-0 win over North Montgomery.
Jake Skinner of Sullivan had 14 touches for 116 yards and two scores for the Golden Arrows against Monrovia.
Mooresville’s Breken Greene carried the ball 19 times for 114 yards and three scores for the Pioneers against Richmond.
Penn’s Ryan Whiteman had 20 carries for 114 yards in the Kingsmen’s 16-7 win against Warsaw.
Rochester’s Matt Lease rambled 10 times for 114 yards and a score for the Zebras against Eastbrook.
Isaac Justice of Blackford ran 13 times for 114 yards and two touchdowns against North Montgomery.
Michigan City’s Lyric McFarrin raced eight times for 113 yards and three touchdowns in the Wolves’ 72-19 victory over Munster.
Attica’s Chase Little ran 27 times for 112 yards and three scores in the Red Ramblers’ 20-16 win over Parke Heritage.
Dominic Davis of Elkhart Central scampered 19 times for 111 yards and a touchdown in the Blazers’ 19-0 blanking of Goshen.
Brayden Evans of Mooresville had two carries for 108 yards and a score against Richmond.
Pioneer’s Jack Kiser ran six times for 107 yards and three scores against Carroll (Flora).
East Noble’s Kaiden Harshberger carried the ball 17 times for 105 yards and two touchdowns in the Knights’ 46-35 loss to NorthWood.
Sam Huber of Brownstown Central had three rushes for 105 yards and two scores against Salem.
Terre Haute South’s Jase Dressler ran 30 times for 103 yards and two touchdowns in the Braves’ 37-31 double-overtime win over Terre Haute North.
Merrillville’s Roderick Bell raced for 103 yards and two scores in the Pirates’ 42-14 win over Lake Central.
Kaden Williams of Providence ran 15 times for 102 yards and caught three passes for 108 yards with a touchdown in the Pioneers’ 28-6 win over Perry Central.
Scott Mills of Crown Point had 19 carries for 102 yards and a score in the Bulldogs’ 12-7 win over Portage.
North Putnam’s Aidan Baker raced 13 times for 101 yards in the Cougars’ 15-6 victory against Cascade.
PASSING GRADES (Top passing performances)
Lafayette Jeff’s Maximus Grimes was 31-of-47 for 412 yards with four touchdowns and ran for another scores in the Bronchos’ 35-24 win over Noblesville.
Xander Stokes of Anderson went 26-of-42 for 403 yards and five scores for the Indians in a 33-12 win over Greenfield-Central.
Hammond Morton’s Credell Prather was 20-of-26 for 351 yards with five touchdowns and ran eight times for 43 yards and a score in the Governors’ 48-9 victory over East Chicago Central.
Elkhart Memorial’s Tyler Lehner went 26-of-34 for 330 yards and two touchdowns in the Chargers’ 28-20 loss to Concord.
Michael Lindauer of Evansville Memorial completed 18-of-22 for 324 yards and three scores in the Tigers’ 52-6 victory against Vincennes Lincoln.
McCutcheon’s Peyton Williams was 16-of-26 for 277 yards and three touchdowns in the Mavericks’ 22-20 loss to Kokomo.
Jayden George of Warren Central completed 14-of-18 for 277 yards and four scores against Ben Davis.
Columbus East’s Cole Gilley went 15-of-21 for 276 yards and three touchdowns against Seymour.
Jake Byrd of Fort Wayne Concordia completed 18-of-36 for 273 yards and three touchdowns in the Cadets’ 28-21 loss to Bellmont.
Michigan City’s Bryce Hayman went 12-of-20 for 272 yards and four touchdowns against Munster.
Logan White of Parke Heritage finished 16-of-30 for 264 yards and a touchdown for the Wolves against Attica.
Brownsburg’s Ben Easters was 12-of-12 for 256 yards and three scores against Southport.
Liam Thompson of North Central (Indianapolis) went 18-of-31 for 253 yards and three touchdowns in the Panthers’ 41-12 win over Hamilton Southeastern.
Jon Barnes Jr. of Fort Wayne Snider finished 9-of-13 for 244 yards and four touchdowns against Carroll (Fort Wayne).
Greenfield-Central’s Gehrig Slunaker was 22-of-37 for 238 yards and two scores for the Cougars against Anderson.
Gaven Vogt of Carroll (Fort Wayne) went 21-of-43 for 238 yards with a touchdown and ran 17 times for 40 yards and a score for the Chargers against Fort Wayne Snider.
Jasen Graves of Indianapolis Pike completed 13-of-31 for 236 yards and a touchdown for the Red Devils against Fishers.
South Bend Saint Joseph’s Ashton Ruszkowski went 14-of-17 for 232 yards and three touchdowns in the Indians’ 42-30 win over New Prairie.
Wes Dulin of Lafayette Central Catholic completed 17-of-30 for 229 yards and three scores for the Knights in a 40-16 win over Tri-County.
Traders Point Christian’s David Hart was 8-of-12 for 229 yards and three scores in the Knights’ 30-8 win over Indianapolis Tindley.
Cole Happe of Evansville Mater Dei went 16-of-27 for 228 yards with three touchdowns and ran for another score for the Wildcats against Linton-Stockton.
Winamac’s Russell Compton completed 18-of-31 for 227 yards and a touchdown for the Warriors against Triton.
Eddie Schott of Southport went 23-of-49 for 227 yards and three touchdowns for the Cardinals against Brownsburg.
Dominic Anderson of Hagerstown was 14-of-16 for 219 yards and three touchdowns for the Tigers in a 40-12 victory over Edinburgh.
Triton’s James Snyder went 6-of-9 for 218 yards with two scores and ran for another touchdown against Winamac.
East Noble’s Bailey Parker completed 20-of-43 for 209 yards and three scores against NorthWood.
Senator Brown of South Bend Riley went 16-of26 for 204 yards with a touchdown and ran for another tally for the Wildcats against Mishawaka.
Providence’s Joe Denis was 8-of-11 for 196 yards with three scores against Perry Central.
Fort Wayne Bishop Luers’ Norman Knapke finished 10-of-19 for 196 yards and a score for the Knights against West Noble.
Ethan Cain of Concord was 12-of-15 for 194 yards and a touchdown for the Minutemen against Elkhart Memorial.
Mark Nondorf of Bishop Chatard went 7-of-9 for 194 yards and three touchdowns for the Trojans against Rushville.
Sullivan’s Jack Conner completed 16-of-23 for 192 yards and three touchdowns against Monrovia.
Kokomo’s Levi Hrabos was 9-of-26 for 191 yards and three scores for the Wildkats against McCutcheon.
Fort Wayne Wayne’s Brandan Young went 5-of-11 for 185 yards and three touchdowns against New Haven.
Alexandria’s Ryan Metz was 22-of-39 for 184 yards and a touchdown for the Tigers against Shenandoah.
Kyle Schmack of South Central completed 10-of-17 for 181 yards with a score and ran 15 times for 81 yards and two touchdowns for the Satellites against North Judson.
Tipton’s K.J. Roudebush went 18-of-38 for 175 yards with a touchdown and ran 19 times for 68 yards and two scores for the Blue Devils against Tipton.
Evansville Central’s Brennon Harper was 8-of-13 for 168 yards and two touchdowns in the Bears’ 35-21 win over Northview.
Brandon Corbin of Salem went 10-of-25 for 167 yards and a score for the Lions against Brownstown Central.
Cole Alexander of Lapel was 13-of-29 for 167 yards and rushed 10 times for 63 yards with a touchdown for the Bulldogs against Northeastern.
Heritage Christian’s Sam Azbell completed 11-of-18 for 164 yards and a touchdown for the Eagles against Scecina Memorial.
Shenandoah’s Peyton Starks was 6-of-8 for 163 yards and a score against Alexandria.
Keegan Garrison of Northview went 11-of-20 for 163 yards with a touchdown for the Knights against Evansville Central.
Lowell’s Ethan Igras was 6-of-16 for 162 yards with two scores and ran 14 times for 181 yards and two touchdowns against Griffith.
Reid Neal of Yorktown completed 15-of-31 for 161 yards and a score for the Tigers against Mississinewa.
Lake Central’s Zach Bundalo tossed for 157 yards with a touchdown and rushed for another score for the Indians against Merrillville.
Karson Goodman of Mooresville went 12-of-22 for 152 yards with a touchdown against Richmond.
Parker Bates of Adams Central completed 3-of-6 for 149 yards and three scores in the Flying Jets’ 35-10 win over Churubusco.
Indianapolis Cathedral’s Orin Edwards was 16-of-26 for 147 yards and carried the ball 10 times for 37 yards and a touchdown for the Irish in a 30-10 victory over Indianapolis Cathedral.
Ron Powlus of Penn went 12-of-20 for 146 yards and a touchdown against Warsaw.
Spencer Wright of Western Boone was 9-of-14 for 144 yards with two touchdowns and rushed seven times for 22 yards and a score against Tipton.
West Lafayette’s Kyle Adams completed 10-of-17 for 144 yards and three scores against Twin Lakes.
Zack Merrill of Andrean was 12-of-17 for 143 yards with two scores and ran for a third touchdown against Hanover Central.
C.J. Opperman of Valparaiso went 8-of-11 for 142 yards with two touchdowns and rushed for another tally against Chesterton.
Terre Haute North’s Tristan Elder completed 15-of-37 for 142 yards with three touchdowns and ran for a fourth score for the Patriots against Terre Haute South.
Zach Neligh of New Palestine went 11-of-15 for 140 yards and rushed 22 times for 120 yards against Zionsville.
Churubusco’s Tom Richards was 15-of-24 for 139 yards for the Eagles against Adams Central.
Gibson Southern’s Brady Allen finished 4-of-12 for 138 yards with two scores and ran for a third tally against Heritage Hills.
South Dearborn’s Adam Dixon was 6-of-9 for 131 yards and ran for a score in the Knights’ 9-7 loss to East Central.
Scecina Memorial’s Mac Ayers finished 10-of-14 for 129 yards and a touchdown against Heritage Christian.
Luke Hommell of Greenwood was 7-of-16 for 129 yards and two scores for the Woodmen in a 14-7 win over Mount Vernon (Fortville).
Martinsville’s Travis Griffey completed 10-of-19 for 126 yards with a score and ran 13 times for 80 yards in the Artesians’ 31-9 win over Bloomington North.
Bremen’s Ryan Caldwell was 7-of-13 for 124 yards and three touchdowns against Central Noble.
Ira Armstead of South Bend Adams finished 6-of-15 for 122 yards with a touchdown and ran for 184 yards and two scores for the Eagles against LaPorte.
Mishawaka Marian’s John Brach went 6-of-8 for 120 yards with a score and ran 10 times for 97 yards and a touchdown in the Knights’ 31-6 win over Knox.
Jackson Ullom of Monroe Central completed 7-of-11 for 104 yards with a touchdown in the Golden Bears’ 8-0 win over Sheridan.
Leo’s Brenden Lytle was 6-of-12 for 104 yards and two scores for the Lions against Bishop Dwenger.
Jackson Phillips of Boonville went 5-of-7 for 102 yards with a touchdown and ran 16 times for 67 yards and a score in the Pioneers’ 17-6 win over Jasper.
Marion’s Keyshaun Taylor was 2-of-3 for 101 yards with two touchdowns and ran 14 times for 89 yards and a score in the Giants’ 37-0 blanking of Delta.
Heisman Skeens of Mississinewa went 8-of-13 for 100 yards and also carried the ball 22 times for 252 yards and two touchdowns against Yorktown.
McCall Ray of Bedford North Lawrence was 9-of-13 for 99 yards with a touchdown and also ran for two scores against Floyd Central.
North Vermillion’s Brennan Ellis went 11-of-17 for 90 yards and ran 10 times for 68 yards and two touchdowns in the Falcons’ 35-14 win over Seeger.
Colson Montgomery of Southridge was 4-of-6 for 90 yards with a touchdown and rushed six times for 150 yards and three scores for the Raiders against North Knox.
Ben Davis’ Trent Gipson completed 7-of-15 for 80 yards and rushed 20 times for 187 yards and two scores for the Giants against Warren Central.
Batesville’s Trey Heidlage was 2-of-3 for 75 yards with a touchdown and ran 22 times for 108 yards and two scores in the Bulldogs’ 28-22 win over Lawrenceburg.
Garrett Yoon of Lawrenceburg completed 7-of-10 for 74 yards and rushed 36 times for 104 yards and two touchdowns for the Tigers against Batesville.
Chase Ketterer of New Prairie went 7-of-11 for 61 yards and ran 34 times for 289 yards and four touchdowns for the Trojans against Saint Joseph.
Indian Creek’s Isaiah Lacey completed 5-of-14 for 60 yards with two scores and ran eight times for 77 yards and two touchdowns against Indianapolis Manual.
East Central’s Alex Maxwell was 6-of-10 for 48 yards and ran 30 times for 84 yards for the Trojans against South Dearborn.
In addition to completing 4-of-8 for 44 yards and a touchdown, NorthWood’s Bronson Yoder ran 29 times for 337 yards with three scores, recorded 12 tackles, and intercepted a pair of passes for the Panthers against East Noble.
Jake Archbold of Homestead was not only 2-of-8 for 40 yards, he also ran 19 times for 191 yards and a touchdown against Fort Wayne Northrop.
Brownstown Central’s Hayden Kinsler went 2-of-5 for 33 yards and rushed the ball four times for 122 yards and two touchdowns against Salem.
Along with tossing a touchdown pass, Sam Shively of Mishawaka had 11 carries for 140 yards and two scores against Riley.
WHAT A CATCH (Top receiving performances)
Lafayette Jeff’s Brian Jenkins racked up 11 catches for 178 yards and two scores against Noblesville.
Bryce Kirtz of Brownsburg caught eight passes for 170 yards and three touchdowns against Southport.
Anderson’s Octavous Anderson had seven catches for 168 yards and two scores against Greenfield-Central.
Willie Dennison of Anderson tallied 10 receptions for 160 yards and two touchdowns against Greenfield-Central.
McCutcheon’s Garrett Maish caught seven passes for 149 yards and two touchdowns against Kokomo.
Logan Lively of Evansville Memorial had seven catches for 148 yards and two scores against Vincennes Lincoln.
Evansville Central’s Malcolm DePriest hauled in five passes for 143 yards and two scores against Northview.
Cameron Chambers of Fort Wayne Wayne caught three passes for 138 yards and two touchdowns against New Haven.
Trevor Cook of Northview had eight catches for 129 yards and a touchdown against Evansville Central.
Steven Edwards of Kokomo caught four passes for 120 yards and two scores against McCutcheon.
Hagerstown’s Camden Rhoades hauled in four passes for 118 yards and a score against Edinburgh.
Adams’ Tre Gray racked up four receptions for 114 yards and a touchdown against LaPorte.
Concord’s Julius James had six receptions for 114 yards and a score against Elkhart Memorial.
Branson Combs of Evansville Memorial tallied six catches for 111 yards and a touchdown against Vincennes Lincoln.
Kye Johnson of Traders Point Christian caught two passes for 111 yards and a score against Tindley.
Lafayette Jeff’s Derrick Matthews hauled in eight passes for 111 yards against Noblesville.
Ryan Lezon of Southport recorded eight receptions for 110 yards and a score against Brownsburg.
Greenfield-Central’s Jake Vance had seven catches for 100 yards and a touchdown against Anderson.
SPECIAL PERFORMERS (Top performances on defense and special teams)
East Central’s Caden Browndyke converted field goals of 37, 34, and the game-winning 32-yard kick with 6.6 seconds left against South Dearborn.
Justin Gaston of Bishop Luers recorded 10 tackles, returned punts of 70 and 51 yards for touchdowns, and had an 87-yard kickoff return for a score against West Noble.
In addition to having 13 carries for 73 yards and a score, John Driscoll of Saint Joseph also returned kickoffs of 86 and 96 yards for touchdowns against New Prairie.
Crown Point’s Sam Krutz had a 76-yard fumble recovery for a score against Portage.
Along with running seven times for 63 yards and two touchdowns, Marcell Atisso of Harrison (West Lafayette) also had a 99-yard kickoff return for a score in the Raiders’ 54-20 win over Huntington North.
Rylan Cole of Mount Vernon (Fortville) returned an interception 90 yards for a touchdown for the Marauders against Greenwood.
Jay Higgins of Brebeuf Jesuit recorded 18 tackles for the Braves in their 20-10 win over Guerin Catholic.
Logan Byrum of Martinsville racked up 17 tackles against Bloomington North.
Southridge’s Logan Seger finished with 16 tackles against North Knox.
Devin Weakley of Western Boone had 16 tackles against Tipton.
Brandon Wood of Lapel accumulated 14 tackles against Northeastern.
Monroe Central’s Logan Swallow tallied 14 tackles against Sheridan.
James Hoke of Providence recorded 14 tackles against Perry Central.
Mishawaka’s Derrick Dawson registered 13 tackles against Riley.
In addition to catching a 30-yard touchdown pass, Tre’von Elliott of North Central (Indianapolis) also had a 66-yard punt return for a score against Hamilton Southeastern.
Drew Nash of Harrison (West Lafayette) picked up a fumble and returned it 78 yards for a score against Huntington North.
North Judson’s Seth Barrett took a kickoff back 75 yards for a touchdown against South Central.
Daveyon Sandford of Goshen had an interception and fumble recovery for the RedHawks against Elkhart Central.
Mishawaka’s C.J. Fisher came up with a pair of interceptions against Riley.
Adams Central’s Jalen Hammond recorded 13 tackles against Churubusco.
Joel Torres of Whiting tallied 11 tackles in the Oilers’ 48-0 blanking of Gary Roosevelt.