The Indiana Football Digest Honor Roll – 2015 Volume 3

The Indiana Football Digest Honor Roll – 2015 Volume 3

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The Indiana Football Digest Honor Roll – 2015 Volume 3

By Paul Condry And Matt Kopsea

Top Performances

LeShaun Minor's 72-yard interception for a touchdown with 1:48 remaining lifted top-ranked and defending Class 6A state champion Indianapolis Ben Davis to a 49-42 win over Avon. Azjai Cooper threw for 255 yards and four touchdowns, and Chris Evans caught a pass and ran for scores for the Giants. Brandon Peters passed for 381 yards and four touchdowns and ran for another tally for the Orioles, who tallied 547 total yards. Andrew Griffin added 11 catches for 146 yards and two scores, and Matt Moore had nine receptions for 116 yards and on tally for Avon.

Ryan Pepiot's 40-yard scoring strike to Evan Manley with 16 seconds left propelled Westfield to a 40-36 win at Southport. Pepiot tossed for 265 yards and two scores and ran for 64 yards and another tally, while Manley finished with two scoring receptions. William Harrison connected on two field goals and four extra points for the Shamrocks. Luke Johnston passed for 203 yards for the Cardinals.

Alex Neligh threw for 201 yards and four touchdowns and rambled for 221 yards and another score in defending Class 4A state champion New Palestine's 72-7 thrashing of Richmond. Duke Blackwell and Logan Greene, who had 107 yards receiving, each caught a pair of touchdown passes, while Nick Brickens ran for 161 yards and two scores and Luke Ely added two tallies for the Dragons.

Will Jones exploded for 416 yards and five touchdowns, helping Lapel to a 42-20 victory against Frankton. Isaiah Delph tallied 201 yards rushing and three scores for Frankton.

Drew Keszei was 17-of-24 through the air for 360 yards and five touchdowns, along with a score on the ground in Homestead's 51-28 decision over Fort Wayne North. Arion Nieves tossed for 240 yards and one score and ran for 104 yards and one tally for North.

D'Wayne Eskridge romped for 267 yards and six touchdowns, leading Bluffton to a 41-20 win over Manchester.

Isaac Stiebeling was 18-of-27 through the air for 305 yards and four touchdowns, lifting Fort Wayne Snider to a 55-27 triumph over Fort Wayne Bishop Luers. The Eastern Michigan recruit Stiebeling also ran for a score, while David Turner added three touchdown receptions and Dominick Scott ran for two scores for the Panthers. The Knights were without the services of quarterback Noah Wezensky (foot injury) and wide receiver Austin Mack, who left after hit in the first quarter. Jack Johnson threw for 155 yards and three scores, Dashon Russell added three catches for 103 yards and two touchdowns, and Tyreeon Hambright chipped in 25 carries for 188 yards for Luers.

Jack Barron ran 12 times for 179 yards and four touchdowns and completed 6-of-7 passes for 75 yards as Plymouth retained control of the Hickory Stick with a 43-0 blanking of Rochester.

Kyle Butz found the end zone twice in Cincinnati Moeller's 21-19 win over five-time defending state champion Indianapolis Cathedral. Max Bortenschlager tossed for 168 yards and two scores to Daijon Collins, and Luke Sanders hauled in seven passes for 108 yards for the Irish, who had their seven-game winning streak snapped.

Cole Stapleton's extra-point with 11 seconds left was the difference as West Lafayette rallied for a 34-33 win over McCutcheon. Travis Rolle ran for 106 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-tying one-yard score. Mikey Kidwell threw for 293 yards and four touchdowns, and Spencer Ronchetto added nine catches for 103 yards and one score for the Red Devils. Jonah Williams chipped in two blocked extra-points and touchdown reception for West Lafayette. Aaron Phillips was 13-of-15 for 210 yards, and Tyler Packard added two scores for the Mavericks.

Logan Harmeson was 22-of-31 passing for 299 yards and four touchdowns and ran for 163 yards and three scores in Attica's 54-33 win over Clinton Prairie. Austin Durham carried the ball 14 times for 222 yards and three scores for the Red Ramblers. Chase Joseph passed for 241 yards and three touchdowns, and Sam Schoonveld chipped in 105 yards rushing and one score and four catches for 106 yards and one tally for the Gophers.

Cal Krueger scored a touchdown, kicked a pair of field goals, and recorded 10 tackles, helping Jasper escape with an 18-13 win over Southridge. Justin Goebel added 117 yards through the air and a score for the Wildcats. Gaage Fetter threw for 124 yards and one score, while Mitchell Mundy added a touchdown run and reception for the Raiders.

Jeron Gray ran for 178 yards and three touchdowns and caught a pair of scoring passes from Kyle Wade, leading Kokomo to a 61-27 triumph over Indianapolis Tech. Wade set a new school mark for passing percentage by going 11-of-13 (.846 percent) for 175 yards and three scores for the Wildkats, who tallied a school-best 587 total yards. Keenan Wheeler added 151 yards rushing and one score, and Marcelle Kenner chipped in two touchdowns for Kokomo.

 Carter Poiry went 16-of-22 for 252 yards and three touchdowns, lifting Hamilton Southeastern to a 41-14 win over North Central (Indianapolis). Aaron Matio chipped in 129 yards of offense with a scoring catch and run for the Royals. George Stokes paced the Panthers with 124 yards rushing and one score.

Sam Ahler rambled for 116 yards and two touchdowns and also hauled in an interception in defending Class 2A state champion Rensselaer Central's 50-0 blanking of North Newton. Garett Eldridge added 108 yards on the ground and two scores, and Austin Grist tallied 96 yards rushing and three touchdowns on nine attempts for the Bombers.

Zach Eaton passed and ran for scores, lifting Fishers to a 20-8 win against Pike. Jeremy Chinn chipped in a touchdown and interception for the Tigers. Derek Hawthorne threw for 311 yards and one score for the Red Devils.

Titus McCoy rushed for 156 yards and two touchdowns in Center Grove's 37-0 blanking of Whiteland. Jackson Hohlt chipped in 125 yards and one score, and Michael Morgan drilled a 53-yard field goal for the Trojans.

Avery Denhart tossed for 169 yards and three touchdowns, leading Lafayette Central Catholic to a 35-0 shutout of Guerin Catholic. Luke Fusiek caught a pair of passes for scores along with an interception, while Jackson Anthrop totaled 124 yards of offense and two scores for the Knights.

John Chavis ran for 188 yards as Indianapolis Bishop Chatard edged Lawrence Central, 17-10. Gerrid Doaks paced Central with 197 yards on the ground.

Luke Iffert threw for 194 yards and a touchdown, leading Brebeuf Jesuit to a 17-12 win over North Montgomery. Max Kucer added 11 receptions for 146 yards and one score for the Braves. Bailey Adams tossed for 206 yards and a pair of scores, and Alex Parsons had six catches for 104 yards and one touchdown for the Chargers.

Alex Downard accounted for a pair of touchdown passes as Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter downed Indianapolis Lutheran, 31-20. Avery Hill rambled for 169 yards for the Raiders. Jake Reid had two touchdown passes for the Saints.

Dylan Rosado found the end zone twice, including an 80-yard kickoff return, as Greenwood ended Indian Creek's 16-game regular season winning streak with a 28-21 victory. John Gallman ran for 234 yards and one score for the Woodmen. Gynson Robley tossed for 195 yards and three touchdowns, and Bryce Hogue had eight catches for 125 yard and two tallies for the Braves.

Jimmy Campbell accounted for 100 yards rushing and two touchdowns and threw for another two scores, helping Mount Vernon (Fortville) coast to a 50-6 win over Marion. Eric Jones chipped in two more tallies for the Marauders.

Alex Fabert passed for four touchdowns and ran for another pair of scores as Mooresville rolled to a 48-7 win over Danville.

Dawson Dahnke ran for a pair of touchdowns, leading Harrison (West Lafayette) to a 25-20 win over Western Boone.

Montrez Hearon completed all six of his passes for 132 yards and three touchdowns and also ran for a score in Beech Grove's 50-13 drubbing of Park Tudor. Chase Andries added 108 yard through the air and one score for the Hornets. Jack Dassow passed for 196 yards and two scores, and Brent Brimmage had three catches for 146 yards and one tally for the Panthers.

Nate Fries ran for three touchdowns and Robbie Strader tossed for 142 yards, leading Indianapolis Roncalli to a 34-7 win against Franklin Central. Patrick Sandler connected on two field goals and three extra-points for the Rebels.

Lex Martin ran and passed for two touchdowns, guiding Scecina Memorial to a 42-34 win over Speedway. Drew Tucker had a scoring reception and run for the Crusaders. Jacob Jones paced the Sparkplugs with five catches for 114 yards and two scores, 130 yards on the ground and two tallies, as well as a 92-yard punt return. Chris Valentine passed for 211 yards and two touchdowns, and Shannon Hall racked up 17 tackles for Speedway.

Jackson Heath had 259 yards through the air with two touchdowns and another on the ground in Heritage Christian's 39-34 win over Triton Central. Luke Hadley added a scoring run and catch for the Eagles. Cole Dewey had 121 yards passing and one touchdown for the Tigers.

Dylan Foster's 215 yards rushing and two touchdowns paved the way for Plainfield to post a 34-31 win over Terre Haute North.  Dawson Anderson added 145 total yards and two touchdowns for the Quakers. Nick Barrett had 196 yards passing with two touchdowns and 91 yards rushing for the Patriots.

Jarel Youree rambled for 171 yards and two scores, lifting Noblesville to 42-9 victory over Hamilton Heights. Luke Melloh added 128 yards passing with two scores and another tally on the ground for the Millers.

Ben Girton exploded for 219 yards rushing and five touchdowns in Northview's 56-3 drubbing of Edgewood.

Spencer Grice exploded for 252 yards rushing as Traders Point Christian snapped an 18-game losing streak with 35-20 victory over Union-Dugger. Ethan Kanzler found the end zone three times for the Golden Eagles.

Ethan Darter tossed for 220 yards and four touchdowns in Lake Central's 54-14 win over East Chicago Central at the new Burial Grounds. Jackson Long racked up 13 tackles and Lucious Pilate added 10 stops for the Indians. Cardinals' wide receiver Malee Jackson was lost to an injury during the contest.

Bryce Cook raced for 105 yards and three touchdowns, helping Valparaiso cruise to a 56-0 blanking of Gary West. Greg Lichtenberger added a scoring run and catch for the Vikings.

Garritt Slatcoff accumulated over 250 total yards and two touchdown passes, lifting Chesterton to a 22-6 win over Munster. Jeff Proctor tallied 84 total yards and one score for Munster.

Damion Carter tallied six touchdowns as Henderson County (Kentucky) posted a 48-28 triumph over Evansville Memorial/. Will Durchholz passed for 138 yards and three touchdowns, and Matt Kiesel added four catches for 103 yards and three scores for Memorial. Jackson Jones recorded 18 tackles and a safety for the Tigers.

Ike James romped for 151 yards and two touchdowns as Lowell rolled to a 42-28 win over Portage. Darion Hornickle added two scoring passes and a run, and Jordan Jusevitch recorded 13 stops for the Red Devils. Brandel Clayton scored twice for the Indians.

Darien Phillips finished 8-of-9 passing for 132 yards and ran for 112 yards and three scores in Mishawaka's 21-0 blanking of Crown Point. The Cavemen forced four turnovers and outgained the Bulldogs, 410-116. Chase Ferree tallied 16 tackles and Cam Watson added 15 stops for Crown Point.

Matt Box threw for 205 yards and two touchdowns, leading Bremen to a 39-0 shutout of South Bend Riley in its first Northern Indiana Conference contest. Ryan Topper chipped in five catches for 148 yards and one score, and Brett Louderback added three short scoring runs for the Lions, who limited Riley to two first downs and 62 yards of offense.

Kenny Kerrn ran for 121 yards and a touchdown, lifting Jimtown to a 21-6 decision over South Bend Washington in its Northern Indiana Conference opener. Dylan Guldager added a fumble recovery in the end zone for the Jimmies. Tyler White passed for 180 yards and ran for a score for the Panthers, who were minus the services of two suspended players.

Joe Ravotto rolled up nearly 200 yards of offense and two touchdowns in Mishawaka Marian's 34-0 blanking of John Glenn. Ravotto ran 31 yards for a score and hauled in a 55-yard strike from Bryce Tomasi for another tally. Tomasi finished with 109 yards through the air for the Knights, who held Glenn to four first downs and 42 total yards. Colton Taylor had 10 tackles for the Falcons.

Landon Martz ran for 112 yards and one touchdown as Penn pulled away for a 31-12 win over visiting Merrillville at the newly renamed TCU Freed Field. Camden Bohn added two scores on the ground and one through the air for the Kingsmen. D.J. Wilkins tossed for 177 yards and two tallies for the Pirates.

Jordan Peck tallied 135 yards rushing and three trips to the end zone during New Prairie's 64-13 thrashing of South Bend Clay. Ryan Moser added a touchdown run, catch, and a 65-yard interception return for another tally, and Kyle Foerg added a scoring throw and run for the Cougars, who racked up over 500 total yards. Julian Cavallo paced the Colonials with 160 yards rushing and two scores.

Nick Hooley tossed for 137 yards and ran for two touchdowns as Northridge used a 21-point fourth quarter outburst to rally for a 28-14 win over Michigan City. Cam Ridenour added 115 yards rushing and one score for the Raiders, who forced four turnovers.

Noah Watkins notched a pair of scoring runs, lifting Wawasee to a 37-12 win at West Noble. Michael Katzer added two touchdowns on the ground for the Warriors.

Jason Grooms passed for 305 yards and five touchdowns in Concord's 52-21 victory over Elkhart Memorial. Cedric Mitchell had five catches for 126 yards and three scores, while Matt Wilmore added five receptions for 95 yards and two tallies for the Minutemen. Zach Hawkins registered 195 total yards, and Micah Johnson ran for two scores for the Chargers.

Jeff Stoll rambled for 163 yards and two touchdowns, helping Goshen claim a 31-21 win against Elkhart Central. C.J. Detwiler added 136 yards passing and one score for the Redskins. Ross Kirkton threw for 218 yards and three scores, and Antwaan Allen chipped in six catches for 123 yards and two touchdowns for the Blazers.

Bailey Gessinger rolled up over 100 yards of offense, good for a touchdown run and reception, in NorthWood's 55-7 triumph over Fairfield. Trey Bilinski tossed for 234 yards and one score, and Tanner Cleveland rambled for three scores for the panthers, who erased an early 7-0 deficit. Spencer Roose has 83 yards and a score for the Falcons.

Ethan Kertai's 147 yards rushing and three touchdowns led LaVille in its 56-0 blanking of Triton. Mason Leed added two rushing scores, and Adam Steinke passed and ran for a score as the Lancers accumulated over 400 total yards.

Nishawn Lones ran nine times for 141 yards and four scores as New Haven cruised to a 53-19 win over Lakeland. Eli Wallace ran 20 times for 104 yards, and Austin Evans added two scores for Lakeland.

Gino Francesconi had three touchdowns in LaPorte's 58-31 decision over Hobart. Brennan Long rushed for 115 yards and one score, and Dion Williams chipped in a pair of scores, including an 85-yard kickoff return, for the Slicers. Mickey Wolfe threw for 149 yards and a touchdown, and Nick Ray rushed for 114 yards and one tally for the Brickies.

Devon Colonis tossed for 198 yards and one touchdown and ran for another tally, leading Lafayette Jeff to a 26-0 blanking of South Bend St. Joseph. Bernard Celestin added 99 yards on the ground and two scores for the Bronchos. Tony Carmola threw for 127 yards for the Indians.

Sam Kilbur's 54-yard touchdown pass to James Katona with 2:22 left paved the way Saturday for Boone Grove to earn a 27-20 win over River Forest. Tony Skoda converted a pair if field goals for the Wolves, while Grant Baker paced the Ingots with two scores.

Darrick Webster ran for four touchdowns, passed for another score, and intercepted a pass, lifting Kankakee Valley to a 42-19 win over Hammond Morton. Mark Snorton had a pair of scores to lead Morton.

Bryan Schmidt tossed for 110 yards and two touchdowns in Andrean's 37-0 shutout over Hammond Bishop Noll. Freshman Chris VanEekeren booted a 41-yardd field goal and four extra-points, while David graham found the end zone twice for the 59ers.

Stuart Glascow was 9-of-11 through the air for 174 yards and three touchdowns as Whiting cruised to a 41-7 decision over Hammond Gavit. Martin Petruf caught six passes for 122 yards and one score, and Carlos Madden added 120 yards of offense and two tallies for the Oilers. Kyle Heard ran for 103 yards for the Gladiators.

Devon Moore threw for 120 yards and three touchdowns, helping Hammond to a 20-13 win at Highland. Caydon Hillegonds had 95 yards rushing and one score for Highland.

Garrett Watson passed for 277 yards and three touchdowns and ran for a fourth tally, lifting Madison-Grant to a 46-27 win over Eastern (Greentown). Nathan Kean rushed for 164 yards and three scores and caught a pass for a fourth tally, while Jacob Lutterman added six receptions for 195 yards and two scores for the Argylls. Scott Mullenix tossed for 107 yards and one touchdown and ran for two scores, and Spencer Day rushed for 145 yards and one tally for the Comets.

Blake Bennington rolled up over 350 yards of offense and five touchdowns in Twin Lakes' 45-27 win over Northwestern. Bennington ran for 93 yards and three scores and tossed for 168 yards and two tallies, while Dane Holmes racked up 13 tackles for the Indians. Nick Sottong threw for 179 yards, and Noah Downden had 130 yards receiving and one tally for the Tigers, who were guilty of seven turnovers.

Tyler Knepley passed and ran for scores in Western's 21-14 decision over Tippecanoe Valley. Alec Craig had 129 yards through the air with one tally for Valley.

Kellen Woods went 22-of-26 for 340 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a third score, leading Tipton to a 35-33 win over Elwood. Caleb Burkett had 148 receiving yards for the Blue Devils. Jake Wilson rand for 203 yards and touchdown, Zane Boyer added two scores, and Derek Bryant recorded 19 tackles for the Panthers.

Colten Leininger tossed a pair of touchdown passes in Tri-Central's 34-0 blanking of Taylor.

Deshaunte Jones rambled for 183 yards and three touchdowns Saturday, lifting Cincinnati Colerain to a 27-16 decision over Warren Central. Jay Coe ran for two scores for Warren Central.

Jarrell White tallied a pair of touchdowns, including an 85-yard punt return, Saturday, as Cincinnati LaSalle slipped by Carmel, 35-28. Michael Viktrup accumulated 201 total yards with two touchdown runs and a scoring pass for Carmel.

Kurtis Wilderman threw for 291 yards and three touchdowns Saturday as Evansville Mater Dei posted a 35-28 victory over defending Class 3A state champion Tri-West. Jake Hill tossed for 208 yards and one score, Colton Jobe added a pair of touchdowns, and Tyler Watson recorded 12 tackles for Tri-West.

Ryan Hales had 199 yards through the air with three touchdowns, lifting Evansville Harrison to a 35-28 decision over Indianapolis Howe. C.J. Hedgepeth tallied two interceptions and a fumble recovery for the Warriors.

J.J. Miller scampered for 101 yards and two touchdowns in Gibson Southern's 63-0 blanking of South Spencer. Nick Sellers added two scoring passes for the Titans.

Jacob Braun ran for 102 yards and two scores as Perry Central held on for 26-21 win over Forest Park. Josh Franchville paced Forest Park with 10carries for 94 yards and two scores.

Dayne Keller tossed for 229 yards and three touchdowns as Castle cruised to a 45-19 win over New Albany. Jadrien Higginson ran for 120 yards and two tallies for the Knights.

Cam Maier tallied 154 yards of offense with a touchdown run and reception, helping Mount Vernon (Posey) blank North Posey, 28-0.

Tias Stewart rambled for 248 yards and four touchdowns, lifting Evansville Central to a 63-20 drubbing of Paoli. Nash Coy converted all nine of his extra-point attempts for the Bears.

Camden Cartwright ran for 234 yards and two touchdowns in Boonville's 35-18 triumph over Vincennes Lincoln. Braiden Burton added two scores on the ground, and Payton Marksbury registered 18 tackles for the Pioneers.

Caleb Mulzer tossed a pair of touchdown passes to Kenton Crews in Heritage Hill's 49-7 win over Tell City. Ethan Griepenstroh chipped in two scores on the ground for the Patriots. Gant Miller tossed for 215 yards for the Marksmen.

Colton White and Keenan Lautner both ran and caught passes for touchdowns, leading Tecumseh to a 48-0 blanking of Wood Memorial. Kyle Tuley passed for 229 yards and two scores, and Jack Jackson hauled in seven receptions for 158 yards for the Braves.

Elijah Dunham intercepted a pair of passes, including one returned for a touchdown, and also recovered a fumble, guiding Evansville Reitz to a 35-14 win over Terre Haute South. Evan Deig threw for 143 yards, Isaac Flowers added three scores, and Kerrion Ringo chipped in 124 yards on the ground and one score for the Panthers. Evan Steppe accumulated 180 yards of offense for the Braves, who were guilty of six turnovers.

Shawn Coane ran for 124 yards and a score as Evansville North got touchdowns from seven different players in a 50-14 thrashing Indianapolis Broad Ripple.

Jarod Shane rambled for 142 yards and four touchdowns, lifting North White to a 52-6 defeat of Frontier. Caleb Hentress added two scores for the Vikings.

John Dafcik's touchdown pass and run were not enough as South Newton suffered a 35-20 setback to Paxson-Buckley (Ill.).

Freshman Jack Kiser rushed for 133 yards and two touchdowns, leading Pioneer to a 37-0 blanking of Winamac. Sam Kiser completed 5-of-6 passes for 122 yards and one score and ran for 63 yards and one score.

Patrick Brendenburg accumulated 212 yards and two touchdowns, helping Frankfort to a 48-28 win over Logansport. Jarod Smith added 236 total yards and four score for the Hotdogs. Austin Muller ran 10 times for 81 yards and three scores for the Berries.

Steven O'Neal ran for 193 yards and two touchdowns as Columbus East held on for a 28-21 win over rival Columbus North. Mitchell Burton added 129 yards on the ground and one score for the Olympians. Triston Perry had 145 yards and a touchdown pass, and Mark Selle-Tabor added two field goals for the Bulldogs.

Ryan Hartmann tallied 157 yards rushing, including the go-ahead three-yard touchdown, helping Northeastern to a 20-14 win over Winchester. Kiante Enis rambled for 148 yards and two scores for Winchester.

Dawson Allen and Jordan Spangler combined for 245 yards on the ground and three touchdowns in Yorktown's 35-29 win over Muncie Central. Andre Wells led Muncie Central with 133 yards rushing and two scores.

Garrett Schoenkle tossed for 292 yards and three touchdowns and ran for a fourth tally, leading Fort Wayne Northrop to a 44-6 win against Fort Wayne Wayne.

Aidan Smith ran for two touchdowns and passed for two more as Carroll (Fort Wayne) rolled to a 60-7 decision over Fort Wayne South.

Amaun Clark rushed for 143 yards and two touchdowns in Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger's 38-25 win against Fort Wayne Concordia. Daniel Spark passed for 202 yards and three touchdowns, and Peterson Kerlegrand added 173 yards on the ground and one tally for Concordia.

Jaden Baker paved the way with 192 yards rushing and one score as Garrett held on for a 24-21 win over DeKalb.

KaShaun Bass returned an interception 28 yard for a score, lifting Heritage to a 12-7 win over Norwell.

Grant Gutierrez threw a pair of touchdown passes in Bellmont's 41-0 blanking of South Adams. Caleb Hankerson added two scores on the ground for the Braves.

Cory Behm's 32-yard field goal was the difference as Columbia City slipped past Whitko, 10-8.

Mitchell VanBrocklin rambled for 179 yards and four touchdowns, guiding Woodlan to a 63-0 blanking of Prairie Heights.

Kevin Allen found the end zone three times in Central Noble's 21-20 decision over North Miami.

Zach Mears ran 11 times for 141 yards and also hauled in a pair of touchdown passes, helping Batesville roll to a 48-14 win over Milan. Leo Enneking added two scoring throws and ran for another tally, and John Gerstbauer chipped in 120 total yards and two scores for the Bulldogs.

Matt Moorman tossed for 381 yards and four touchdowns, leading Oldenburg Academy to 42-34 win over Covenant Christian. Nick Bischoff racked up 228 yards of offense with four scores, and Mike He ran for 136 yards and one tally for the Twisters.

Dylan Barron threw for 246 yards and two touchdowns as Anderson claimed a 30-20 win over Pendleton Heights.

Drew Mondrush passed for 159 yards and three touchdowns in Tri's 30-14 victory against Centerville. Masen Phelps had four catches for 118 yards for the Titans, who are 2-0 for the first time since 2001. Dylan Benedict tossed for 102 yards and a touchdown for the Bulldogs.

Wyatt Snider two touchdowns lifted Monroe Central to a 36-6 victory over Union County.

Trey Wilson threw for 318 yards and a touchdown in Bloomington North's 18-14 win over Bedford North Lawrence. Cameron Morgan added two scores on the ground, and Holden Jastremski added 12 receptions for 132 yards for the Cougars. Brayden Tidd tallied 179 yards of offense and one score for the Stars.

Gavin Yeskie completed 16-of-21 passes for 207 yards and three touchdowns and ran five times for 93 yards and two scores, leading Bloomington South to a 49-7 win over Marstinsville. Kristian Pechac added two scoring runs, and John Earl Rochell-Manns hauled in eight passes for 132 yards and two scores for the Panthers.

Luke Hann passed for 135 yards and one touchdown and ran for 96 yards and another score in Maconaquah's 13-7 win over Mississinewa. Mason Silvers racked up 13 tackles for the Braves. Cade McCoin tossed for 100 yards and a score for the Indians.

Gabe Middleton ran just eight times for 133 yards and three touchdowns as Monrovia rolled up 531 yards on the ground in an 82-6 thrashing of Cascade. Jaden Rhea added three carries for 141 yards and two scores, and Dalton Smith chipped in a pair of touchdowns for the Bulldogs.

Luke Proctor and Owen Yeardon both went over the 100-yard rushing mark in Wabash's 42-7 win against Alexandria. Proctor ran for 143 yards and three touchdowns and Yeardon added 112 yards and one score. Sammy Hipskind finished with 112 total yards and one score for the Apaches. 

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