The Indiana Football Digest Honor Roll – 2015 Volume 10

The Indiana Football Digest Honor Roll – 2015 Volume 10

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The Indiana Football Digest Honor Roll – 2015 Volume 10

BY PAUL CONDRY AND MATT KOPSEA

TOP PERFORMANCES

Drayke Richardt's halfback pass to Zach Allen for a two-point conversion with 44 seconds left lifted top-ranked (Class 2A) Evansville Mater Dei to a 29-28 win over No. 1 (Class 4A) Evansville Reitz in front of 12,692 fans at the Reitz Bowl. Richardt had 156 yards rushing with one score, and Kurtis Wilderman added 148 yards passing with two scores on the ground for the Wildcats. Evan Deig threw for 140 yards and one score, and Kerrion Ringo tallied 90 yards rushing and three touchdowns for the Panthers.

Luke Johnston threw for 415 yards and a career-best six touchdowns, leading Southport to a 49-41 win over Columbus North. Blake Evans added 21 catches for 256 yards and five scores, and Andrew Mappes ran for 149 yards and one score for the Cardinals. Mitchell Burton raced for 202 yards and four touchdowns, Triston Perry tossed for 276 yards and one score, and Alex Algee had 10 receptions for 207 yards for the Bulldogs.

Michael Viktrup passed for a school-record 381 yards and three touchdowns as Carmel downed Lawrence Central, 35-26. Viktrup broke the previous mark of 338 yards established by Mark Herrmann in 1975. Tobias Watkins added two rushing scores for the Greyhounds. Gerrid Doaks rushed for 195 yards and two touchdowns and caught a pass for another score, and Andre Randolph tossed for 151 yards with one score and another on the ground for the Bears. 

Connor Price connected on a 21-yard field goal as time expired helped Lewis Cass to a 17-14 win over Western. Isaac Shaffer ran for 114 yards and one score for the Kings. Jacob Douglass tossed a pair of touchdown passes for the Panthers.

Jacob Earl threw a 22-yard touchdown pass, ran for 90 yards and three scores, and caught 65-yard strike for another tally, leading defending Class 1A state champion North Vermillion to a 70-8 win over Seeger. Cody Wright was 4-of-6 through the air for 165 yards and three touchdowns, Alex Certain had two scoring receptions, and Evan Weir recorded 12 tackles for the Falcons.

Keenan Wheeler raced for a school-record 292 yards with four touchdowns as Kokomo completed its first unbeaten regular season since 2010 with a 55-21 win over Richmond. Jeron Gray added 161 yards rushing with three scores to move him into third in school history with 3,163 yards as the Wildkats accumulated a school-best 630 yards of offense.

Woodlan claimed the Allen County Athletic Conference title by stopping a two-point conversion try in the closing seconds to hang on for a 21-20 win over Adams Central. Mitchell VanBrocklin ran for 121 yards and two scores as the Warriors won their first title since 1996. Hunter Bates ran for 133 yards, and Andrew Hammond added two scores on the ground and another threw the air for the Flying Jets.

Alex Neligh rolled up more than 300 yards of offense in defending Class 4A state New Palestine's 66-29 win over Delta. Neligh passed for 221 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 134 yards and two scores. Nick Brickens rushed for 223 yards and three scores, and Duke Blackwell had two scoring receptions to give him a Dragons' best 23 touchdowns this season. Ryley Pease threw for 177 yards and one score, Tanner Lambert had 108 yards passing with one score, Zach Mills rushed for 171 yards and one touchdown, and Mitchell Hahn caught six passes for 222 yards and two tallies for the Eagles.

Carter Poiry passed for 338 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score, lifting Hamilton Southeastern to a 44-24 win over Brownsburg. Aaron Matio rushed for 102 yards and two scores and caught seven passes for 135 yards and another tally, and Greg Miller had eight receptions for 147 yards and a touchdown for the Royals. Hunter Johnson tossed for 192 yards and two touchdowns, and Vincent Lismon added six catches for 119 and two scores for the Bulldogs.

Jason Grooms' 65-yard scoring strike to Josh Emerson with 1:52 remaining helped Concord claim the outright Northern Lakes Conference title with a 22-17 win over Warsaw. Grooms threw for 256 yards and three scores, while Emerson had six catches for 145 yards and two scores. Michael Jensen tossed for 104 yards and ran for one score for Warsaw.

Mitch DeWitt rambled for 278 yards and four touchdowns in Fairfield's 45-14 win over Churubusco. Sam Brown added 110 yards rushing and two scores for the Falcons. Landon Harris paced the Eagles with 175 yards on the ground and two scores.

Trey Bilinski tossed for 200 yards and three touchdowns, leading NorthWood to a 33-30 win over Plymouth. Bailey Gessinger added 105 yards rushing with one score, Bronson Yoder caught a pair of passes for scores, and Tanner Cleveland chipped in 12 tackles and scoring throw for the Panthers. Cam Eveland ran for 170 yards and three touchdowns, Jack Barron threw for 145 yards and one score, and Colton Schuer racked up 13 stops for the Rockies.

Eli Wallace tallied 240 yards rushing and six touchdowns, leading Lakeland to a 56-13 win over Fremont.

Jackson Hohlt's 50-yard touchdown scamper in the second quarter lifted Center Grove to a 7-0 win over five-time defending state champion Indianapolis Cathedral. Ben Stewart paced Cathedral with 13 tackles.

Gavin Yeskie passed for 343 yards and three touchdowns, helping Bloomington South to a 44-7 win over Perry Meridian. John-Earl Rochelle-Manns had 11 receptions for 202 yards and three scores, and Kristian Pachac added two scores on the ground for the Panthers.

Rondale Moore ran for four touchdowns and threw for another tally, leading New Albany to a 51-47 win over Floyd Central. Matt Weimer threw for 231 yards and two touchdowns, Blake Carl rushed for two scores, Bradley Philpot caught two touchdown passes, and Paden Pikey had eight receptions for 128 yards for the Highlanders.

Ryan Pepiot passed for 267 yards and two touchdowns, helping Westfield to a 24-21 win over Brebeuf Jesuit. Jordan Swidan added a scoring run and catch for the Shamrocks. Luke Iffert tossed for 286 yards and three scores, Sam Snyder caught five passes for 106 yards and a touchdown, and Max Kucer had eight receptions for 106 yards for the Braves.

Grant Thiel accumulated 97 total yards with a touchdown run, lifting Jasper to a 27-7 win over Mount Vernon (Posey). Justin Persohn added 97 yards of offense with a touchdown pass, and Ben Schietter recorded 10 tackles for the Wildcats. Cam Maier recorded 200 yards of offense with a touchdown for Mount Vernon.

Andrew McCormick was 12-of-14 for 167 yards and four touchdowns, along with 76 yards rushing and 36 yards receiving, as East Noble earned a share of the Northeast 8 Corner Conference title with a 28-7 win over Bellmont. Nathan Ogle David Salazar added 15 solo tackles and also scored on an 80-yard reception, and Nathan Ogle added two scoring catches for the Knights.

Tyler White threw for 154 yards and two touchdowns, helping South Bend Washington clinch a share of the Northern Indiana Conference South Division title with a 21-7 triumph at Mishawaka Marian. John-Michael Hankerson tallied 148 total yards with a score for the Panthers. Zander Horvath ran for 112 yards and one score for the Knights.

Nick Brassell scampered for 264 yards and four touchdowns, leading New Prairie to a 43-14 win over Jimtown and a share of the Northern Indiana Conference South Division crown. Jordan Peck chipped in 238 yards on the ground and one score for the Cougars, who racked up 581 yards rushing and more than 600 total yards.

Jackson Anthrop rushed for 174 yards and four touchdowns, lifting Lafayette Central Catholic to a 38-20 win over previously unbeaten West Lafayette. Coy Cronk tallied 15 tackles and Brandon Yeagy added 12 stops for the Knights. Mickey Kidwell threw for 208 yards and one score, Travis Rolle added two rushing scores, and Brandan Adams had 11 tackles for the Red Devils.

Camden Doyle's one-yard scoring run in the opening quarter led John Glenn to a 6-0 win over South Bend Riley.

Jeff Stoll ran for 123 yards and one touchdown as Goshen snapped a four-game losing skid with a 20-0 blanking of Wawasee. C.J. Detweiler added 101 yards passing with one score and another tally on the ground for the Redskins.

Markice Hurt had 114 yards rushing with a touchdown, helping Michigan City edge Crown Point, 20-19, to earn its first Duneland Athletic Conference road win since 2009. Jesse Martin rushed for 148 yards and one score, Grayson Lynk tossed for 144 yards and a touchdown, Trenton Schoenborn had eight catches for 108 yards and one score, and Don Schuch recorded 12 tackles for Crown Point.

Matt Miller threw for 144 yards and ran for two touchdowns as Northridge held on for a 28-21 win over Elkhart Memorial. Zach Hawkins tossed for 154 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for 100 yards, and Davon Long had 10 catches for 101 yards for Memorial.

Eli Wallace tallied 240 yards rushing and six touchdowns, leading Lakeland to a 56-13 win over Fremont.

Dakota Figg's 21-yard field goal lifted LaVille to a 24-21 win over Culver. Figg also had an interception in the closing minutes, while Rylan Martin added a pair of scores for the Lancers. Ethan Krueger ran and passed for touchdowns for the Cavaliers.

Matt Box passed for 252 yards and four touchdowns, helping Bremen roll to a 44-13 win over Culver Academy. Justin Baker had six catches for 133 yards and one score, Ryan Topper added two touchdown receptions, Nathan Miller ran for 135 yards and two scores, and Rom DePalma added 116 yards rushing for the Lions.

Camden Bohn ran for 114 yards and four touchdowns, helping Penn earn the Northern Indiana Conference North Division title with a 41-34 win over Mishawaka. Darian Phillips had 138 yards on the ground with four scores and another through the air, and Peyton Marshall added 116 yards rushing for Mishawaka.

Brandon Wadley hauled in a pair of touchdown passes, leading South Bend Adams to a 20-10 win against South Bend St. Joseph. Gabe Brooks ran and threw for scores for the Eagles.

Ross Kirkton tossed for 291 yards and one touchdown and ran for two scores, helping Elkhart Central snap a seven-game losing streak with a 52-34 win over South Bend Clay. Matt Moreno ran for 102 yards and two touchdowns, Lincoln Bowers added two scores on the ground, and Nick Quarandillo had five catches for 129 yards for the Blazers. Julian Cavallo rushed for 238 yards and two scores, Davendrick Hall added 142 yards and one score, and John Holloway ran for 126 yards and passed for a score for the Colonials.

Danny Stanley romped for 188 yards and three touchdowns, leading Munster to a 34-14 win over Kankakee Valley. Vince Bravo threw for 100 yards, and Jaylan Scott had eight catches for 100 yards and an interception for the Mustangs. Darrick Webster passed for 100 yards with a touchdown and also ran for a score for the Kougars.

Ethan Demarree rushed for 132 yards and three touchdowns in Triton Central's 45-14 victory over Speedway. Ben Thacker added 118 yards on the ground with one score and an interception for the Tigers. Chris Valentine tossed for 109 yards with a touchdown and a score on the ground, and Jaden Powell recorded 12 tackles for the Sparkplugs.

Jay Coe rolled up over 200 yards of offense in Warren Central's 28-21 win over St. Xavier (Ohio). Coe ran for 118 yards and two touchdowns and caught five passes for 108 yards and one score. Zach Summeier tossed for 142 yards for the Warriors.

Nate Fries racked up 137 total yards with a touchdown run and catch, leading Indianapolis Roncalli to a 31-10 win over East Central. Robbie Strader added 106 yards passing and a score, and Justin Saylor had a scoring catch and a 75-yard interception return for another tally for the Rebels.

Matthias Ebeyer's 76-yard interception return for a touchdown lifted Whiteland to a 19-14 win over Greenwood. Jacob Ballain connected on field goals of 32 and 21 yards for the Warriors. Seth Gallman tossed for 182 yards and two scores, and Jackson Daugherty had seven catches for 144 yards and two tallies for the Woodmen.

Devon Colonis completed 25-of-30 passes for 384 yards and six touchdowns, leading Lafayette Jeff to a 48-12 win over Indianapolis Tech. Colonis also ran for 86 yards, Dan Ricksy had 11 receptions for 195 yards and three scores, and Tanner Collins added 11 stops for the Bronchos, who accumulated 602 total yards.

Landon McPheeters accumulated 317 yards of offense with four touchdowns as West Washington held on for a 26-24 win over Salem.

Tyrone Tracy ran for 181 yards and two touchdowns in Decatur Central's 42-7 win over Franklin.

Elliot Charlesbois connected with Jack Freudenthal for a pair of touchdowns, leading Guerin Catholic to a 48-6 win over Bowman Academy. Dawson McMahon ran for a touchdown and returned an interception 40 yards for another tally for the Golden Eagles.

Zach Eaton threw for 126 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Fishers to a 35-14 win over Zionsville. Jeremy Chinn ran for a pair of scores, and Kade Orris caught two touchdown passes for the Tigers. Brenden Mikesell rushed for 130 yards and one score, and Trevor Leighty added 107 total yards with a scoring throw for the Eagles.

Aaron Jones' two touchdowns paved the way for Indianapolis Pike in a 34-28 win over Lawrence North. Al McKeller ran for 149 yards, Martell Williams ran for 103 yards with one touchdown and caught a pass for another tally, and Elijah Smith accounted for two scores on the ground for Lawrence North.

Dylan Foster exploded for 219 yards and four touchdowns, helping Plainfield to a 45-31 win over Martinsville. Jagyer Barnett added a 40-yard interception and 87-yard kickoff return for scores for the Quakers. Greg Daniels racked up 231 yards of offense with two scores, and Matthew Hoskins passed for 181 yards for the Artesians.

Jadrien Higginson scampered 31 times for 411 yards and four touchdowns, leading Castle to a 45-7 win over Evansville Memorial. Michael Lindauer tossed for 241 yards and one score, and Luke Johnston recorded 10 tackles for the Tigers.

 Jackson Heath tossed for 229 yards with two touchdowns to Drew Azbell, guiding Heritage Christian to a 40-21 win over Indianapolis Northwest. Isaac Myers racked up 13 tackles for the Eagles.

Alex Fabert passed for 176 yards and two touchdowns as Mooresville downed Beech Grove, 41-37. Ben Sharp tallied three receptions for 153 yards and two scores, and Braeden Moore ran for 137 yards and two scores for the Pioneers. Chase Andries threw for 350 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 95 yards and two scores, while Montrez Hearon had six catches for 193 yards and three scores for the Hornets.

Jarett Lewis had 178 yards passing with two touchdowns and two scores on the ground in Eastern Hancock's 26-0 blanking of Lapel. Devin Denny added 159 yards rushing for the Royals. Will Jones ran for 181 yards for the Bulldogs.

Nathaniel Bye's 246 yards through the air with three touchdowns helped Western Boone claim the Sagamore Conference crown with a 31-25 win over Lebanon. Jack Gilliam had six catches for 109 yards and one score, and Zach McMann added two scoring receptions for the Stars. Jaylen Washington ran for 221 yards and three scores for the Tigers.

Eric Jones led a balanced attack with 94 yards rushing and one touchdown, lifting Mount Vernon (Fortville) to a 24-7 win over Yorktown. Dawson Allen paced Yorktown with 143 yards rushing and one score.

Patrick Kaiser found the end zone twice as Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter rolled to a 38-6 win over Park Tudor. Alex Downard tossed for 104 yards and three scores with two of them going to Jack Brown for the Raiders.

Clayton Cowan rambled for 197 yards and one touchdown, leading Hamilton Heights to a 37-22 win over Northwestern. Josh Feltz tossed for 104 yards and two scores for the Huskies. Evan Cardwell had 131 yards rushing with one score for the Tigers.

Gynson Robley threw for 288 yards and four touchdowns in Indian Creek's 43-14 win over South Decatur. Bryce Hogue had six catches for 131 yards and one score for the Braves. Damon Allen rushed for 160 yards and one tally for the Cougars.

Jake Hill passed for 129 yards and three touchdowns and ran for a fourth score, lifting defending Class 3A state champion Tri-West to a 48-36 win over North Montgomery. Wes Cook ran for 138 yards and one score, and Colton Jobe added 156 total yards with two touchdown receptions and a rushing score for the Bruins. Baylee Adams threw for 203 yards and four touchdowns, and Alex Parsons caught nine passes for 145 yards and three scores for the Chargers.

Darius Ford had 190 yards rushing with five touchdowns as Indianapolis Arlington blanked Switzerland County, 58-0. Jason King added 125 yards through the air with two scores for the Golden Knights.

Gino Francesconi romped for 174 yards and four touchdowns, leading LaPorte to a 43-23 win over Portage. Brennen Long added 125 yards and one score for the Slicers. Jeremiah Ratliff scored a pair of touchdowns, and Anthony Maceo tallied 106 yards on the ground with a scoring throw for the Indians.

Matt Mayes threw for 172 yards and two touchdowns as Valparaiso earned a share of the Duneland Athletic Conference crown by rallying for a 36-31 win over Lake Central. Bryce Crook tallied 113 total yards with two scoring runs and a touchdown catch for the Vikings, who came back from a 31-10 fourth quarter deficit. Ethan Darter threw for 214 yards and three touchdowns, and Josh Benson caught six passes for 152 yards and two scores for the Indians.

Cody Colbert and Dillon Smith both went over the 100-yard rushing mark, helping Tri-Central claim the outright Hoosier heartland Conference crown with a 20-14 win over North White. Colbert ran for 161 yards and one score, and Smith added 147 yards and one tally as the Trojans completed their first unbeaten regular season in program history.

Emontre Parker ran for 113 yards and two touchdowns during Tipton's 28-27 win over Twin Lakes. Kellen Woods added over 200 yards of total offense with two scoring passes for the Blue Devils. Connor Cain rushed for 175 yards and two touchdowns, and Bryce Bennington tallied over 100 yards with a scoring run and catch for the Indians.

Blake Podschlne threw for 133 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another tally, helping Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger earn a share of the Summit Athletic Conference title for the first time since 2010 with a 49-0 blanking of Fort Wayne Wayne.

Isaac Stiebeling had 141 yards passing with three touchdowns as Fort Wayne Snider cruised to a 48-6 win over Fort Wayne South. Money Woods added two rushing scores for the Panthers.

Drew Keszei passed for 310 yards and three touchdowns, leading Homestead to a 42-16 win over Fort Wayne Northrop. Jonah Watson added three catches for 115 yards and three scores for the Spartans. Jason Ash ran for 101 yards for the Bruins.

Aidan Smith tossed for 314 yards and three touchdowns, lifting Carroll (Fort Wayne) to a 49-7 win over Fort Wayne Concordia. Jordan Schmeling hauled in six receptions for 130 yards and one score for the Chargers. Daniel Sparks led the Cadets with 231 yards passing and one tally.

J'Lyn Charlton scored a pair of touchdowns in Fort Wayne Bishop Luers' 28-14 win over Fort Wayne North. Tyreeon Hambright ran for 102 yards, Jack Johnston threw for 191 yards and one touchdown, and Austin Mack had 145 yards receiving and one tally for the Knights. Arion Nieves threw for 168 yards and two touchdowns for the Redskins.

Tyler Hensinger rushed for 138 yards and three touchdowns as Leo earned a shared of the Northeast 8 Conference crown with a 42-12 win over DeKalb. Ryan Gause added two scoring tosses for the Lions, who finished tied with Bellmont and East Noble.

KeShawn Moore completed 19-of-23 passes for 331 yards and three touchdowns and also ran for a score, helping New Haven to a 46-13 win over Huntington North. Tyon Woods had seven receptions for 135 yards and two scores for the Bulldogs.

Carson Ringger's 159 yards on the ground and two touchdowns allowed Norwell to get into the win column for the first time with a 20-18 decision over Columbia City. Khale Rider paced Columbia City with 132 yards rushing.

Gavin Barcus and Bryce Bonwwit scored two touchdowns apiece, leading Southern Wells to a 25-6 win over South Adams. Barcus also ran for 120 yards for the Raiders.

Walter Knapke threw for 139 yards and two touchdowns to Joel Deakins, lifting Heritage to a 37-0 blanking of Jay County. Justin Hart chipped in 116 yards rushing and two scores for the Patriots.

Jaden Baker romped for 242 yards and two touchdowns as Garrett downed Central Noble, 35-10. Tanner Burns added 110 yards through the air with one score for the Railroaders.

Jordan Rader's two touchdowns paved the way for Peru to claim the Three Rivers Conference title with a 19-7 win over Whitko. Garrett Elder ran for 122 yards and one score for Whitko.

Nick Sellers rolled up over 250 yards of offense in Gibson Southern's 50-0 blanking of Southridge. Sellers threw for 161 yards and three scores and ran for 110 yards and one tally. Griffin Scheller added a pair of touchdown receptions for the Titans.

Elizjah Harvey and David Felton each ran for more than 100 yards as Evansville Harrison cruised to a 40-7 win over Evansville Bosse. Harvey had 122 yards and two touchdowns and Felton added 108 yards and one score. Adonis Stewart chipped in two scores for the Warriors.

Colton O'Neal returned kickoffs of 75 and 95 yards for touchdowns, leading Pike Central to a 37-28 win over North Posey. Noah Scott added three scoring runs for the Chargers. Ethan Morlock threw for two touchdowns and ran for another score for the Vikings.

Camden Cartwright's 285 yards rushing and three touchdowns helped Boonville to a 35-32 win over Mount Carmel (Ill.).

Garritt Slatcoff's three touchdowns lifted Chesterton to a 21-18 win over Merrillville and a share of the Duneland Athletic Conference title. D.J. Wilkins tossed for 280 yards and two scores for Merrillville.

Ike James scampered for 159 yards and two touchdowns, leading Lowell to a 14-6 win over Andrean. Darion Hornickle threw for 114 yards for the Red Devils.

Tevin Armstrong and Mark Snorton both rushed for over 100 yards with two touchdowns, helping Hammond Morton to a 56-19 win over Hammond Gavit. Armstrong had 156 yards, Snorton added 121 yards, and Jerome Donald tallied two scores for the Governors. Kyle Heard accumulated 124 yards with a touchdown run and two scoring catches from Jobanny Herrera for the Gladiators.

Jaylen Gilbert's two-point conversion vaulted defending Class 2A state champion Rensselaer Central to an 8-7 win over Benton Central. Jordan Owens had 114 yards rushing and a touchdown for the Bombers.

Tom Davenport rambled for 194 yards and two touchdowns, leading Whiting to a 48-0 shutout of River Forest. Stuart Glascow added 142 yards on the ground and two scores, and Dylan White had two trips to the end zone for the Oilers.

Monte White's 100-yard interception return for a touchdown sparked Hobart in a 34-0 blanking of Highland. Nick Ray and Elijah Mercado added two scores apiece for the Brickies.

Jake LaFever threw for 223 yards and five touchdowns, helping Wheeler to a 57-8 decision over Calumet. LaFever also ran for a score and Jacob Wasz had three receptions for 114 yards and three scores for the Bearcats. Kobe Fowler rushed for 131 yards and one score for the Warriors.

Noah Eaton completed 13-of-18 passes for 380 yards with four touchdowns and a score on the ground in South Central's 35-17 victory over Boone Grove. Skyler Thomas had four catches for 141 yards and two scores, and Garrett Hewlett added four receptions for 132 yard and one touchdown for the Satellites.

Jacob Braun tallied 121 yards on the ground with three touchdowns, leading Perry Central to a 20-0 shutout of Mitchell.

Dorian Williams carried the ball 43 times for 258 yards and a touchdown and caught a 47-yard pass for another tally, helping Evansville Central to a 41-13 win against Evansville North. Dalton Pearman tossed for 107 yards and two scores and ran for another touchdown for the Bears. Shawn Coane rushed for 106 yards and a touchdown for the Huskies.

Jeffrey Graham rolled up more than 250 yards of offense as Eastern Greene cruised to a 56=22 win over Tecumseh. Graham ran for 138 yards with three touchdowns and tossed for 145 yards and two scores for the Thunderbirds. Kyle Tulley threw for 167 yards and three touchdowns, two of them going to Jack Jackson, for the Braves.

Lane Rumple tossed for 177 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a third score, guiding Princeton to a 48-21 triumph over Vincennes Lincoln. Joe Bichler tallied two trips to the end zone for the Tigers. Grant Oexmann threw for 184 yards and two touchdowns for the Alices.

Caleb Mulzer went 9-of-10 through the air for 213 yards and four touchdowns in Heritage Hills' 41-13 win over South Spencer. Kenton Crews had three catches for 161 yards and three scores for the Patriots.

Reese Taylor threw for 172 yards and a touchdown and raced for 117 yards and another score, helping defending Class 6A state champion Indianapolis Ben Davis to a 41-10 win over Indianapolis North Central.

Darian Love's two scoring runs lifted Avon to a 46-14 win over Noblesville. Brandon Peters added two scoring tosses for the Orioles.

Aaron Phillips went 5-of-8 through the air for 151 yards with three touchdowns and another score on the ground as McCutcheon downed Anderson, 58-26. LeVon Thompson rushed for 128 yards and two scores, Tyler Packard ran for 129 yards and one score for the Mavericks. Dylan Barron threw for 341 yards and four touchdowns, and Dayshaun Johnson added nine catches for 193 yards and one score for the Indians.

JDan Sturgeon tossed for 150 yards and four touchdowns, leading Harrison (West Lafayette) to a 56-14 win over Marion. Dawson Dahnke rushed for 105 yards and two touchdowns and caught a pass for another tally, and Joseph Fraseur added two catches for scores for the Raiders. Lorenzo Trevino had a touchdown pass and run for the Giants.

Sam Schoonveld scampered for 197 yards and two touchdowns, helping Clinton Prairie to a 32-19 win over Sheridan. Chase Joseph tossed for 196 yards and two scores and ran for another tally, and Cayde Selke added two catches for 102 yards and one score for the Gophers. Jacob Chesney rushed for 154 yards and a touchdown and threw for 78 yards and another score for the Blackhawks.

Matt Shorter had 26 carries for 250 yards and three touchdowns in Winamac's 39-22 win over Delphi. Jack DeGroot passed for 157 yards and two scores, Colin McGee added a scoring catch and 11 tackles, and Drake Crafton ran for a score and recorded 11 stops for the Warriors. Clint Rude had 128 yards on the ground and two scores for the Oracles.

Johnny Ovalle's 102 yards rushing and two touchdowns paved the way for Carroll (Flora) in a 36-3 win against Taylor. Trey Filbrun had a scoring run and throw for the Cougars.

Ross Kindig found the end zone twice as South Newton downed Oakwood (Ill.), 31-12. Skylar Sander chipped in 150 yards rushing and one score for the Rebels.

Blake Justice tossed for 106 yards and one score and ran for another touchdown, helping Tri-County to a 34-23 victory over Clinton Central. Mason Berenda rushed for 104 yards and caught a touchdown pass, and Dalton Justice added a scoring throw and run for the Cavaliers.

Logan Harmeson threw for 316 yards and six touchdowns, lifting Attica to 63-28 win over Turkey Run. Harmeson also ran 10 times for 189 yards and one score, Owen Smith caught five passes for 137 yards and two scores, and Austin Durham added two scoring receptions for the Red Ramblers.

Josh Major was 8-of-9 through the air for 155 yards and one touchdown and also ran for 109 yards and two scores in Columbus East's 56-21 win over Bedford North Lawrence. Steven O'Neal added two scores on the ground, and Sam Dwenger had a touchdown run and 14 tackles for the Olympians. Brayden Tidd tossed for 190 yards and one score and ran for another tally, and Tucker West added a touchdown run and catch for the Stars.

Luke Elliott galloped for 261 yards and six touchdowns, leading Eastbrook to a 48-14 win over Alexandria-Monroe. Dylan Dowling had 192 total yards and a touchdown run, and Gavin Johns recorded 13 tackles for Alexandria.

Conner Dover was 22-of-27 passing for 245 yards with one touchdown and two rushing scores in Eastside's 40-27 win over Angola. Keezan Jarrard ran for 180 yards and three scores for the Blazers.

Jake Wilson rolled up 117 yards on the ground with four touchdowns, helping Elwood to a 33-7 win over Blackford. Greyson Savage threw for 135 yards and one score, Tyce Towner had two catches for 101 yards and one score, and Zane Boyer ran for 105 yards for the Panthers.

Adam Routh's 140 yards rushing with three touchdowns guided Wes-Del t0 28-0 shutout of Anderson Prep Academy.

Michigan recruit Kiante Enis ran for 173 yards and five touchdowns, leading Winchester to a 70-21 win over Centerville. Elias gates had 118 yards of offense with a scoring run and reception, and Austin Lawrence threw a pair of passes for scores for the Golden Falcons. Dylan Benedict tossed for 156 yards and three touchdowns, and Peyton VanWinkle added six receptions for 102 yards and two scores for the Bulldogs.

Andre Wells ran 20 times for 285 yards and five touchdowns, lifting Muncie Central to a 59-28 win over Logansport. Trenton Hatfield threw for 187 yards with a touchdown and a rushing score for the Bearcats. Jacob Conrad rushed for 154 yards and three scores, and Brady Cripe tossed for 123 yards and one tally for the Berries.

Tyler Meurer tossed for 113 yards and three touchdowns, returned a punt 60 yards for a score, and a kickoff 81 yards for another tally in Linton-Stockton's 62-0 blanking of North Central (Farmersburg). Jacob Clothier caught two passes for scores, Zach Phegley added a scoring reception and fumble recovery for another score, and Mitch Eberhardt ran for 112 yards for the Miners.

Sam Best and Austin Nevil each ran for at least 100 yards, leading North Harrison to a 36-21 win over Paoli. Best had 186 yards with three touchdowns and Nevil added 100 yards and one tally for the Cougars.

Chace Mosley recorded 12 tackles and returned an interception 24 yards for a touchdown, helping Northeastern to a 40-0 blanking of Union City. Cole Retter had 106 yards rushing and a score, and Dakota Green tallied 11 stops for the Knights.

Luke Hann passed for 231 yards and a touchdown and ran for another score, lifting Maconaquah to a 28-27 win over Manchester. Bailey Ness threw for 257 yards and three touchdowns, Keelan Norwood had eight receptions for 128 yards and two scores, and Kane Gable added nine catches for 123 yards and one tally for Manchester.

Sam Kiser recorded over 150 yards of offense, leading Pioneer to a 56-0 blanking of North Judson. Kiser completed all four of his passes for 91 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 75 yards and two scores. Jack Kiser added 123 yards rushing and two touchdowns for the Panthers.

Tucker Stewart tossed a pair of touchdown passes and ran for 103 yards and a score, helping Northview to a 28-14 win over Owen Valley. Ben Girton added 101 yards of offense with a touchdown run and catch for the Knights. Daniel Burkett had 147 yards passing with one score for the Patriots.

Joel Durkes exploded for 188 yards and four touchdowns as Oak Hill downed Madison-Grant, 42-13. Adam McDivitt ran for 149 yards and two scores, passed for 63 yards, and also had an interception, and Noah King recorded 18 tackles for the Golden Eagles.

DeShaun French rushed for 185 yards and three touchdowns as Shelbyville cruised to a 42-21 win over Pendleton Heights. John Lux threw for two scores and ran for another tally, and Nolan Ray racked up 17 tackles for the Golden Bears. Jarrod Hubble had 217 yards through the air with three touchdowns for the Arabians. Dalton Hatcher ran for 126 yards with two touchdowns and caught a pass for another score in Shenandoah's 32-14 win against Monroe Central. Logan Conklin had a score on the ground to go along with 10 tackles, while Kameron Armour tallied 12 stops for Monroe Central.

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