The Indiana Football Digest Honor Roll – 2015 Volume 5

The Indiana Football Digest Honor Roll – 2015 Volume 5

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The Indiana Football Digest Honor Roll – 2015 Volume 5

BY PAUL CONDRY AND MATT KOPSEA

TOP PERFORMANCES

Titus McCoy exploded for 248 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 29 carries in Center Grove's 31-19 win over defending Class 6A state champion Ben Davis. It was the 200th career victory for Trojans' coach Eric Moore. Reese Taylor came off the bench to throw for 123 yards and two touchdowns for Ben Davis, while Azjai Cooper added 121 yards through the air before leaving with an injury and Chris Evans ran two scores.

Brandon Peters completed 19-of-25 passes for 340 yards and six touchdowns in Avon's 56-21 victory over Brownsburg. Andrew Griffin added eight catches for 169 yards and three scores for the Orioles. Hunter Johnson tossed for 198 yards and two touchdowns, Ray White had three receptions for 116 yards and two scores, and Toks Akinribade ran for 206 yards and one tally for the Bulldogs.

Alex Neligh accumulated over 350 yards of offense and six touchdowns, leading defending Class 4A state champion New Palestine to a 59-7 thrashing of Mount Vernon (Fortville). Neligh went over the 5,000-yard mark for his career by throwing for 217 yards and four scores and running for 165 yards and two more tallies. Duke Blackwell chipped in eight catches for 112 yards and two touchdowns, and Nick Brickens added a touchdown, interception, and fumble recovery for the Dragons.

Zach Mills ran for a school-record 361 yards and five touchdowns in Delta's 58-28 win over Yorktown. Ryley Pease added 102 yards passing and one score and ran for another one for the Eagles. Brogan Miller had 218 yards passing and two scoring throws to Brandt Applegate for the Tigers.

Austin Lawrence completed 6-of-8 passes for 226 yards and five touchdowns as Winchester rolled to a 39-8 win over Union County.

Tyler Meurer had 25 carries for 167 yards and two touchdowns and threw for 71 yards and another score as Linton-Stockton upset top-ranked and defending Class 1A state champion North Vermillion, 17-7. Cody Wright accounted for North Vermillion's lone tally.

Michael Viktrup and Tobias Watkins scored two touchdowns each as Carmel held on for a 38-33 win over Indianapolis Pike. Derek Hawthorne threw for 299 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for two scores for Pike.

D.J. Wilkins threw for 293 yards and five touchdowns as Merrillville cruised to a 42-22 win over Portage. Wilkins also became the career leader with 45 touchdown passes.  James Walters III had three scoring receptions, Isaiah Thornton added eight carries for 108 yards and one score, and Sean Roche recorded 10 solo tackles for the Pirates. David Herrod rushed for 172 yards and three scores for the Indians.

Kaden Fields exploded for 366 yards on the ground and three touchdowns, leading North Knox to a 65-23 victory against Wood Memorial. Skyler Bellew added three scores on the ground for the Warriors.

Devon Colonis tossed for 385 yards and five touchdowns and ran for another score, helping Lafayette Jeff post a 54-50 win over Harrison (West Lafayette). Dan Ricksy caught 13 passes for 284 yard and four scores, and Bernard Celestin had 170 yards rushing and two scores for the Bronchos. JDan Sturgeon threw for 256 yards and five scores, while Dawson Dahnke added six catches for 149 yards and two scores and 214 yards rushing and two more tallies for the Raiders.

Max Bortenschlager was 13-of-15 passing for 205 yards and two touchdowns in five-time defending state champion Indianapolis Cathedral's 42-14 win over Indianapolis Bishop Chatard. Luke Sanders had six receptions for 153 yards and two scores, and Evan Christopher ran for two touchdowns as the Irish captured their 700th win in program history. Max McGinnis paced the Trojans with four catches for 105 yards and one score.

Kenton Crews rushed for 193 yards and three touchdowns, helping Heritage Hills rally for a 21-14 win over Jasper. Crews scored on 67 and 62 yards in the final period to help the Patriots erase a 14-7 deficit. Cal Krueger tallied two scores for the Wildcats, including a 45-yard interception return.

Kyle Peters accounted for over 100 yards on the ground and through the air in Floyd Central's 35-20 win over Seymour. Peters ran for 102 yards and three touchdowns and threw for 107 yards and one score. Brandon Striegel tallied 143 total yards with a touchdown run and catch, while Blake Carl recorded 17 tackles for the Highlanders. Luke Dover ran for two touchdowns, and Alan Perry tossed for 176 yards for the Owls.

Aaron Matio's 50-yard touchdown run capped off a 26-point fourth comeback as Hamilton Southeastern battled back from a 28-0 halftime deficit to stun rival Fishers, 39-33. Matio finished with 99 yards on the ground, while Cater Poiry threw for 238 yards and one score and ran for another score for Hamilton Southeastern. David Tsetse added two scores on the ground, and Greg Miller had eight catches for 130 yards and one touchdown for the Royals. Zach Eaton tossed for 240 yards and one score for the Tigers.

William Harrison accounted for 10 points with three field goals and an extra-point as Westfield downed Noblesville, 18-14. Ryan Pepiot threw for 231 yards and ran for one score, and Josh Tuffnell recorded 15 tackles for the Shamrocks.

Chase Andries passed for 291 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a third score, lifting Beech Grove to a 28-21 win over Indianapolis Scecina. Walter Ballinger added 117 yards rushing, including an 87-yard touchdown run, for the Hornets, who are 4-0 for the first time since 1989. Darruis Mitchell had 90 yards rushing for the Crusaders.

Jack Barron tossed for 148 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 97 yards, leading Plymouth to a 36-13 win over Northridge. Jeremy Splix added two rushing scores, and Cam Eveland chipped in two touchdowns, including 35-yard interception return, for the Rockies. Bryce Miller returned a punt 40 yard for a score for the Raiders, who lost quarterback Zack Hooley and linebacker Dalton Slabuagh to injuries.

Sam Brown threw for two touchdowns in Fairfield's 61-0 blanking of Fremont. Spencer Roose added two scores for the Falcons.

Brady Bechtel five-yard touchdown reception from C.J. Detwiler with less than three minutes left helped Goshen post a 20-14 win over NorthWood. Detwiler threw for 109 yards and two scores and ran for another tally as the Redskins erased a 14-0 halftime deficit. Bronson Yoder ran for 134 yards and two scores for the Panthers.

Anthony Schantz, Brandon Peterson, and Chris Richardson all went over the 100-yard rushing mark in Whiteland's 48-20 victory over Franklin. Schantz had 132 yards and two touchdowns, Peterson added 131 yards on the ground, and Richardson chipped in 100 yards and one score. Erdwin Cisneros tallied two scores for the Warriors. Tyler Fromer ran for 118 yards for the Grizzly Cubs.

Kyle Johnson and Andre Jones scored two touchdowns apiece as Indianapolis Lutheran downed Heritage Christian, 39-29. Johnson ran for 119 yards, Jones had 104 yards, and Jake Reid tossed for 161 yards and one score for the Saints. Jackson Heath threw for 393 yards and four touchdowns, Drew Azbell added none catches for 130 yards and two score, and Jayson West chipped in two scoring catches for the Eagles.

John Lux passed for 340 yards and four touchdowns, helping Shelbyville roll to a 42-7 win over New Castle. Damon Lux added five receptions for 167 yards and one score, and Justin Sveko had two touchdown catches, good for 105 yards, for the Golden Bears.

Luke Johnston tossed for 279 yards and four scores as Southport downed Terre Haute North, 34-28. Blake Evans added 13 catches for 153 yards and three scores for the Cardinals. Nick Barrett tossed for 248 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 106 yards and another score, while Logan Grim added a touchdown catch and run for the Patriots.

Josh Feltz connected for three touchdown passes, leading Hamilton Heights to a 31-6 win over Tipton. Clayton Cowan added 202 yards on the ground and one score for the Huskies. Kellen Woods tossed for 105 yards and ran for a score for the Blue Devils.

Carter McGinnis' five-yard touchdown scamper in overtime helped Guerin Catholic post a 21-15 win over Indianapolis Howe. McGinnis finished with 234 yards rushing and two scores, while Justin Johnson paced Howe with 213 yards through the air and a rushing touchdown.

Gerald Garrett accounted for almost 400 yards of offense in Indianapolis Tech's 21-12 triumph against Logansport. Garrett had 251 yards passing and two touchdowns and ran for 132 yards and one score.

Paulone Rush ran for three touchdowns and threw for two others as Indiana Deaf cruised to a 54-12 win over Indianapolis Tindley.

Cody Bass and Bryce Bonewitz each found the end zone twice, helping Southern Wells claim a 40-28 win over Park Tudor. Bass ran for 106 yards and Garrett Barcus added 125 yards on the ground for the Raiders, who are 4-0 for the first time since 2010. Ahmod Lloyd rushed for 157 yards and three scores for the Panthers.

Tyrone Tracy had seven carries for 130 yards and two touchdowns and also caught three passes for 117 yards and two scores in Decatur Central's 49-14 triumph against Martinsville. Bryce Jefferson tossed for 162 yards and three scores, and Derek Whitlock ran for 107 yards and two scores for the Hawks.

Jake Hill threw for 264 yards and three touchdowns, lifting defending Class 3A state champion Tri-West to a 59-13 victory over Danville. Wes Cook chipped in two scores on the ground and also caught a pass for another tally for the Bruins. Christian Schabel had 172 yards passing for Warriors.

Chase Edwards had two touchdown passes and a run for another score in Cascade's 55-0 blanking of Cloverdale. Isaac Guerendo chipped in two rushing scores and a reception for another tally for the Cadets.

Matt McCloskey ran for 164 yards and one touchdown and threw a pass for another score, lifting Perry Meridian to a 21-14 victory over Terre Haute South. Keontae Smith ran eight times for 161 yards and one touchdown, and Evan Steppe tossed for 115 yards for South.

Djuan Peel accumulated a career-high 315 yards rushing with two touchdowns, helping Anderson to a 33-7 win over Marion. Dylan Barron threw for 159 yards and two scores as the Indians rolled up 503 yards of offense.

John Gallman rushed for a pair of touchdowns in Greenwood's 23-7 victory over Mooresville.

Brenden Mikesell romped for 159 yards and two touchdowns as Zionsville downed Brebeuf Jesuit, 27-9.

Avery Hall had 19 carries for 188 yards and two touchdowns, leading Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter to a breezed to a 40-12 win over Speedway. Alex Downard added 232 yards passing with one score and also ran for another touchdown for the Raiders. Jacob Jones had 109 yards rushing and a pair of scores, and Shannon Hall tallied 10 tackles for the Sparkplugs.

Brandon Wadley had two touchdown catches and two interception as South Bend Adams took advantage of eight turnovers to post a 14-7 win over Mishawaka. Andrew Burgess tossed for 188 yards and two scores for the Eagles, who earned their first win in the series since 1993.

Michael Hemingway returned interceptions of 74 and 67 yards for touchdowns in Mishawaka Marian's 42-6 win over South Bend Riley. Bryce Tomasi tossed for two touchdowns, and Zander Horvath added two scores on the ground for the Knights. Reontre Lawrence had an interception return of 100 yards for the Wildcats.

Ryan Mannell led a balanced rushing attack with 113 yards and one touchdown, helping South Bend St. Joseph claim a 34-14 win over South Bend Clay. Izzy Mitchell passed for 219 yards and two scores for Clay.

Camden Bohn tossed for 111 yards and one touchdown and ran for 96 yards and another tally in Penn's 24-21 loss to defending Michigan Division 3 state champion Orchard Lake St. Mary's

Tyler White threw for 190 yards and two touchdowns and returned a blocked field goal 29 yards for another score, leading South Bend Washington to a 29-6 win over New Prairie.

Grant Klockow and Brett Louderback both ran for more than 125 yards and two touchdowns in Bremen's 42-6 victory over Triton. Klockow has 162 yards and Louderback added 140 yards, while Matt Box completed 5-of-6 passes for 138 yards and two touchdowns for the Lions.

Ethan Kertai rambled for 200 yards and four scores and returned a kickoff 76 yards for another touchdown, helping LaVille earn a 38-18 win over Winamac. Jack DeGroot threw a pair of touchdown passes to Luke Pugh for Winamac.

Ike James romped for 183 yards and four touchdowns and caught a pass for another tally as Lowell cruised to a 61-7 win over Griffith. Darrion Hornickle threw for 133 yards and two touchdowns and added another one on the ground for the Red Devils. Troy Cullen had an 80-yard kickoff return for the Panthers' only tally.

Matt Mayes tossed for 104 yards and two touchdowns, helping Valparaiso blank Michigan City, 45-0. Bryce Crook ran for 154 yards and two scores, and Chris Orlich caught four passes for 104 yards and two tallies for the Vikings.

Kurtis Wilderman passed for 333 yards and four touchdowns and also ran for two scores, leading Evansville Mater Dei to a 63-34 win over Evansville Memorial. Jackson Pokorney added six receptions for 197 yards and three scores, and Drayke Richart ran for two touchdowns for the Wildcats. Michael Lindaner tossed for 314 yards and four touchdowns, while Matt Kiesel added nine catches for 171 yards and two scores, and Brandon Combs caught six passes for 107 yards for the Tigers.

Josh Emerson ran for 98 yards and two touchdowns and caught a pass for a third score in Concord's 27-7 win over Wawasee. Jason Grooms added 125 yards passing and two tallies for the Minutemen.

Tanner Burns threw for 143 yards and two touchdowns, leading Garrett to a 28-14 win against Lakeland. Kordell Kessler added two scores, including a 51-yard fumble recovery, for the Railroaders. Eli Wallace rushed for 218 yards and two touchdowns for the Lakers.

Kenny Kerrn tallied 195 yards on the ground and one touchdown, lifting Jimtown to a 38-0 blanking of John Glenn.  Max Magyar added 105 yards and one score for the Jimmies.

In his first varsity start, Zach Moffet rushed for 110 yards and two touchdowns and threw for 102 yards and one score, helping Culver Academy to a 29-11 win over Western.

Spencer Roose had 101 yards on the ground and two touchdowns in Fairfield's 61-0 shutout of Fremont. Sam Brown added two touchdown passes, while Conner Kitson added a scoring run and catch for the Falcons.

Zach Hawkins passed for 270 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 109 yards and two scores, helping Elkhart Memorial rally for a 42-33 win over Warsaw. Davon Long added nine receptions for 201 yards and one score and an interception on defense for the Chargers. Michael Jensen completed 35 of a school-record 70 pass attempts for 430 yards and two touchdowns for the Tigers.

Alec Craig racked up 115 yards of offense and one score, and Garrett Bell recorded 16 tackles for the Vikings.

Rhett Rondinelli's two-point conversion run in the closing minutes was the difference as Chesterton rallied for a 22-21 win over LaPorte. Garritt Slatcoff accounted for over 200 total yards and two scores for the Trojans. Dion Williams ran for 138 yards and two touchdowns, and Gino Francesconi added 101 yards and one score for the Slicers.

Malcolm Lang hauled in a pair of touchdown passes from Jobanny Herrera and returned an interception 65 yards for another score in Hammond Gavit's 39-18 win over East Chicago Central. Tyren Bartholomew added two scores for the Gladiators. Devonte Jones tossed two touchdown passes and returned a punt 63 yards for another score for the Cardinals.

Dustin Lindley raced for 151 yards and two touchdowns, leading Hanover Central to a 28-12 win over River Forest.

Dylan Paul connected with Nathan Williamson for a pair of touchdown passes, helping Boone Grove roll to a 40-0 win over Lake Station. Evan Stewart added two scoring runs, and Tony Skoda converted two field goals and four extra-points for the Wolves.

Mark Snorton romped for 220 yards and three touchdowns and returned the opening kickoff 93 yards for another score as Hammond Morton rolled to a 44-20 won over previously unbeaten Hammond. Devon Moore threw for 210 yards and two scores and ran for 96 yards and two more tallies for Hammond.

Nick Ray rolled up 130 yards on the ground and two touchdowns in Hobart's 42-7 thrashing of Kankakee Valley. Mickey Wolfe chipped in two touchdown passes for the Brickies.

Jarrod Smith ran for five touchdowns and threw for two more scores in Frankfort's 58-22 win over Crawfordsville. Dylan Shelley chipped in two scoring receptions, along with a pair of interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown, for the Hot Dogs.

Ethan Darter passed for 202 yards and one touchdown and ran for a second score, lifting Lake Central to a 21-7 win over Crown Point. Josh Benson had eight catches for 185 yards and one score, Anthony Garcia added 102 yards rushing and a touchdown, and Nick Lucas recorded 17 tackles for the Indians. Artie Equihua ran for 145 yards and threw a touchdown pass for the Bulldogs.

Jake LaFever tallied 155 yards on the ground and three touchdowns as Wheeler used a goal-line stand on a two-point conversion attempt to hold on for a 28-27 win over Whiting. Stuart Glascow threw for 310 yards and three scores, and Martin Petruf caught six passes for 150 yards and two touchdowns for Whiting.

Jeff Proctor accumulated 128 yards rushing with two touchdowns in Munster's 31-7 over Andrean. Proctor also had an interception as the Mustangs snapped the 59ers' 25-game regular season winning streak.

Noah Eaton racked up over 150 yards of offense with two scoring runs and a touchdown pass, helping South Central crush Hammond Bishop Noll, 62-14. Angel Mata tossed for 136 yards and a touchdown for Bishop Noll.

Shawn Rogers and Hunter Rycerz scored two touchdowns apiece, lifting Highland to a 62-0 blanking of Hammond Clark. Rycerz also ran for 127 yards and threw a scoring pass for the Trojans.

Josh Franchville romped for 141 yards and two touchdowns, helping Forest Park get into the win column for the first time with a 49-14 decision over Crawford County. Ben Wendholt added two scoring passes to Sam Englert, and Zach Cline ran for two more scores for the Rangers.

Landon Barlett's 125 yards rushing was not enough as South Spencer suffered a 49-13 setback to Owensboro Catholic (Kentucky).

Kyle Tuley and Deacon Pearce scored three touchdowns each, lifting Tecumseh to a 59-20 win over Scottsburg. Tuley ran for 204 yards and Parker added 151 yards.

Michael Mundy and Nolan O'Brien each surpassed the 100-yard rushing plateau in Southridge's 52-14 win over North Posey. Mundy had 181 yards and two touchdowns, while O'Brien chipped in 112 yards and three scores.

Jacob Braun rambled for 169 yards and three touchdowns, leading Perry Central to a 28-14 win over Paoli.

Dylan Stefanich's four touchdowns helped Gibson Southern cruise to a 56-7 win over Henderson County (Kentucky). The Titans were aided by four turnovers.

Evan Deig threw for 225 yards and four touchdowns, guiding Evansville Reitz to a 28-7 win over Evansville Central.  Tristan Clark had a pair of scoring receptions for the panthers. Tias Stewart accounted for the Bears' score with a 92-yard kickoff return.

Blake Bennington passed for 147 and two touchdowns and ran for a third score, leading Twin Lakes to a 27-14 win over defending Class 2A state champion Rensselaer Central. Brice Bennington added three catches for 129 yards and one tally for the Indians. Jordan Owens ran for 136 yards and one score for the Bombers.

Camden Cartwright had 20 carries for 249 yards and two touchdowns in Boonville's 34-20 loss to Harrisburg (Illinois).

Travis Rolle had eight carries for 163 yards and five touchdowns in the first quarter of West Lafayette's 59-6 drubbing of Delphi. Christian Burns chipped in two scores for the Red Devils.

Alex Garren overcame the flu to haul in two touchdown passes from Dane Keller in Castle's 38-0 shutout over Evansville Bosse. Jared Bertram paced Bosse with 13 tackles.

Lane Rumple's 34-yard touchdown pass to Maleek Hardiman in the closing seconds helped Princeton post a 37-20 win over Mount Carmel (Illinois). Hardiman also threw a scoring pass and ran for two tallies, and Joe Bichler added 234 yards rushing and one touchdown for the Tigers, who beat Mt. Carmel for the first time since 1972.

Gabe Welder rolled up 135 yards on the ground and a touchdown in Evansville Harrison's 34-26 win over Evansville North. Shawn Coane ran for two scores to pace North.

Grant Oexmann tossed for 295 yards and four touchdowns, lifting Vincennes Lincoln to a 55-20 victory over Mount Vernon (Posey). Caden Kotter had a pair of scoring catches for the Alices.

Robert Smiley ran for 122 yards and three touchdowns, helping Central Noble roll to a 47-6 win over Prairie Heights.

Dennis Johnson threw for 137 yards and one score in Fort Wayne South's 21-7 win against Fort Wayne Wayne. Joc Thomas recorded 10 tackles for Wayne.

Aidan Smith ran for two touchdowns and threw for a third score, leading Carroll (Fort Wayne) to a 31-24 come-from-behind win over Homestead. Nick Novotny added 133 yards rushing for the Chargers. Drew Keszei tossed for 235 yards and one score and ran for another tally for the Spartans.

Connor McLochlin romped for 202 yards and five touchdowns as Rochester rolled to a 32-18 win over Whitko. Garrett Elder had two scores on the ground for Whitko.

Conner Dove accumulated 300 yards of offense in Eastside's 33-28 win over Churubusco. Dove ran for 140 yards and three touchdowns and tossed for 160 yards and one score for the Blazers. Landon Harris paced the Eagles with 198 yards rushing and two scores.

Hunter Bates scampered for 179 yards and three touchdowns, lifting Adams Central to a 43-7 win over Jay County. Stephen Eicher added 100 yards rushing and one score, and Andrew Hammond tossed for 129 yards and one touchdown for the Flying Jets.

Justyn Hart tallied 142 yards on the ground and a four-yard touchdown as Heritage blanked South Adams, 7-0.

Mitchell VanBrocklin ran for 199 yards and two touchdowns in Woodlan's 57-6 thrashing of Bluffton. Trenton McCarter added two scoring runs and a pair of touchdown passes from Justin Durkes for the Warriors. D'Wayne Eskridge had 123 yards rushing and one score for the Tigers.

Andrew McCormick tossed for 100 yards and three touchdowns, leading East Noble to a 35-7 win over DeKalb. David Salazar chipped in a pair of scoring runs for the Knights. Harrison Price paced the Barons with 186 yards rushing and one score.

Noah Wezensky returned from an injury to throw for 186 yards and two touchdowns in Fort Wayne Bishop Luers' 40-20 win over Fort Wayne Northrop. J'Lyn Charlton added 121 yards rushing and three scores and also caught a pass for another score for the Knights. Garrett Schoenle passed for 109 yards and three touchdowns, two of them going to Mike Snyder, for the Bruins.

Isaac Stiebeling threw for 172 yards and three touchdowns, leading Fort Wayne Snider past Fort Wayne Concordia, 55-24. Dominick Scott added 108 yards on the ground and two scores, and David Turner chipped in two scoring receptions for the Panthers. Daniel Sparks threw for 181 yards and two scores for the Cadets.

Tyler Hensinger had 123 yards rushing and one score in Leo's 17-6 win over New Haven. Joe Lambright added 11 tackles for the Lions. Nishawn Jones ran for 106 yards and one touchdown for the Bulldogs.

Blake Podschine accounted for 162 total yards with a touchdown pass and two more scores on the ground, lifting Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger to a 29-13 win over Fort Wayne North. Amaun Clark added 109 yards rushing and one score for the Saints.

Dillion Smith accumulated 176 yards rushing with a touchdown, helping Tri-Central to a 36-13 win over Tri-County. Cody Colbert added 90 yards on the ground and three scores for the Trojans. Mason Berenda had two scores for the Cavaliers.

Trey Richmond passed for 272 yards and one score, lifting Lewis Cass past Northwestern, 52-8. Austin Miller added nine catches for 154 yards and one touchdown, while Conner Zeck and Garrett Cain chipped in two scores apiece for the Kings.

Scott Mullinex had four touchdown passes, two scoring runs, and an interception, leading Eastern (Greentown) to a 53-16 win over Frontier. Colt McCracken had a touchdown run and pass for Frontier.

Kyle Wade's one-yard touchdown run with 1:08 remaining lifted Kokomo to a 26-21 win over McCutcheon. Wade also passed for 229 yards, while Jordan Matthews tied a school record with four catches for 212 yards for the Wildkats. Jeron Gray added 131 yards rushing, and Jack Perkins tied a school-best with 19 tackles for Kokomo. Levon Thompson ran for 128 yards, and Chace Pedigo converted field goals of 30, 26, 27, 48, and 39 yards for the Mavericks.

Luke Proctor found the end zone twice as Wabash downed Maconaquah, 24-7. Reece McDonald added 14 tackles as the Apaches improved to 4-0 for the first time since 1966.

Brady Miller's two touchdowns paved the way in Peru's 34-21 win over Manchester.

Chase Joseph ran for three touchdowns and threw for another tally as Clinton Prairie rallied for a 31-20 win over Taylor. Sam Schoonveld added 136 yards rushing for the Gophers. Darian Stone had a scoring run and catch, and also returned a kickoff 75 yards for another touchdown for the Titans.

Baylee Adams completed 12-of-17 passes for 238 yards and three touchdowns and also ran 18 times for 148 yards in North Montgomery's 41-21 victory over Lebanon. Alex Parsons also found the end zone twice for the Chargers.

Devin Harris found the end zone three times as Seeger cruised to a 48-6 win over Riverton Parke. Alexander McMahan had 138 yards rushing, and Harley Steele added two carries for 102 yards and one score for the Patriots.

John Dafcik accounted for 280 total yards, helping South Newton roll to a 36-18 win over Central (Illinois).  Dafcik rushed for 133 yards and two touchdowns and threw for 147 yards and two scores to Sam Applegate. Skylar Sanders chipped in 140 yards on the ground and one tally for the Rebels.

Johnny Ovalle rambled for 180 yards and two touchdowns, guiding Carroll (Flora) to a 26-19 victory over Sheridan. Dylan Spesard added a touchdown and 16 tackles for the Cougars.

Jackson Anthrop had a pair of scores as Lafayette Central Catholic blanked Benton Central, 61-0. Avery Denhart had a touchdown pass before leaving with a knee injury in the opening half for the Knights.

Sam Kiser ran for 107 yards and three touchdowns and passed for three more scores, leading Pioneer to a 70-0 blanking of Caston. Jack Kiser added two scores, including a 69-yard punt return, for the Panthers.

Jordan Christian tossed for 156 yards and one touchdown and ran for another tally, guiding Richmond to a 19-13 win over Muncie Central.

Tucker Stewart accumulated almost 300 yards of offense in Northview's 55-25 win over West Vigo. Stewart tossed for 216 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 82 yards and two scores. Liam Jones added eight catches for 127 yards and three scores, and Ben Girton chipped in two touchdowns for the Knights. Hunter Voils ran for 151 yards and two scores for the Vikings.

Dylan Foster ran for 103 yards and two touchdowns, leading Plainfield to a 21-17 win over Roncalli. Colin Nysewander added 188 yards passing and one touchdown, and Gavin Ritter caught three passes for 143 yards for the Quakers. Robbie Strader tossed for 232 yards, and Nate Fries ran for 137 yards and one score for the Rebels.

Jordan Barnett had 120 yards on the ground and two touchdowns, leading Jeffersonville to a 26-15 win over Madison. Cam Northern added 150 yards passing for the Red Devils.

Sam Best exploded for 185 yards and one score, lifting North Harrison to a 27-18 win over Charlestown. Avery Blocker added two trips to the end zone for the Cougars. Antonio Gaddie had 186 yards rushing and two scores for the Pirates.

Darquan Richardson raced for 155 yards and three touchdowns in New Albany's 19-13 win over Bedford North Lawrence. Justin Ricketts tossed for 174 yards for the Bulldogs. Brayden Tidd had 136 yards passing for the Stars.

Brannon Russell and Jacob Garnett both ran for more than 100 yards and scored two touchdowns as Silver Creek blanked Eastern (Pekin), 34-0. Russell had 149 yards and Garnett added 140 yards for the Dragons.

Ryan Hartmann accumulated 208 yards on the ground and one touchdown in Northeastern's 16-3 triumph over Hagerstown.

Evan Smith threw for four touchdowns and ran for another score, helping North Decatur post a 38-14 win over Knightstown. Evan Walpe added three scoring catches for the Chargers. Riley Ruble paced the Panthers with a touchdown catch and run.

Ethan Christy rambled for 116 yards and two touchdowns, leading North Putnam to a 59-7 thrashing of Brown County. Hayden Rudes added two trips to the end zone for the Cougars.

Kyle Shaffer exploded for 276 yards rushing and four touchdowns in South Putnam's 40-14 triumph over Greencastle. Grady McHugh tossed for 123 yards and one score for the Eagles. Devin Clar ran for 126 yards and one touchdown, and Nick Costin added 122 yards passing and one tally for the Tiger Cubs.

Sophomore Jamon Hogan made his varsity debut one to remember with more than 200 yards rushing and two touchdowns as Columbus blanked Jennings County, 33-0. Josh Major added two scoring passes for the Olympians.

Triston Perry tossed for 218 yards and three touchdowns and ran for fourth score, lifting Columbus North to a 45-22 win over Franklin Central. Mitchell Burton added 163 yards rushing and one score, while Alex Algee had two scores, including an 85-yard kickoff return, for the Bulldogs. Wilson Huber had six catches for 143 yards and two scores for the Flashes.

Daniel Burkett passed for 111 yards and one touchdown and ran for another tally, lifting Owen Valley to a 22-7 triumph against Edgewood. Daniel Townsend chipped in 107 total yards with a scoring run and catch for the Patriots. Eyan Coldren paced the Mustangs with 22 tackles.

Gavin Yeskie tossed for 166 yards and ran for a score as Bloomington South edged rival Bloomington North, 14-7. Kristian Pechac ran for 174 yard and one score for the Panthers. Ben Freel threw for 124 yards, and Kaleb Brewer recorded 14 tackles for the Cougars.

Travis McGuire's 39-yard scoring pass to Connor Love with 39 seconds left helped Frankton edge Madison-Grant, 34-26, and snap a 17-game Central Indiana Conference losing streak. McGuire passed for 148 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 144 yards and one score, while Isaiah Delph chipped in 158 yards on the ground and one score for the Eagles. Luke Stroup rushed for 116 yards and two scores, and Nate Kean added 112 yards and two touchdowns for the Argylls.

Joel Durkes romped for 211 yards and four touchdowns, helping Oak Hill to a 41-20 win over Alexandria. Dylan Dowling threw for 132 yards and one score and ran for another tally for Alexandria.

Jarrod Hubble threw for 187 yards and a touchdown and ran for another score, guiding Pendleton Heights to a 31-24 decision over Greenfield-Central. Jeremiah Field had 131 yards through the air and one score, and Bryce Ratliff returned a pair of kickoffs for touchdowns for Greenfield.

Dalton Hatcher raced for 181 yards and three touchdowns in Shenandoah's 60-27 drubbing of Lapel. Brennan Dowden tossed for 122 yards and three scores, and Dylan Cronk added two touchdown catches for the Raiders. Levi Frazier passed for 169 yards and two touchdowns, and Will Jones ran for 136 yards for the Bulldogs.  

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