The Indiana Football Digest Honor Roll – 2015 Volume Eight

The Indiana Football Digest Honor Roll – 2015 Volume Eight

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The Indiana Football Digest Honor Roll – 2015 Volume Eight

BY PAUL CONDRY AND MATT KOPSEA

TOP PERFORMANCES

Jackson Anthrop accounted for seven touchdown and more than 300 all-purpose yards as Lafayette Central Catholic steamrolled past Lewis Cass, 74-6. Anthrop ran 14 times for 191 yards and four scores, caught a pass for another tally, and also returned punts of 58 and 53 yards.  Just for good measure, he also had an interception. Carlos Velasquez tossed for 149 yards and one score for the Knights.

Alex Neligh ran for a career-high 234 yards and four touchdowns in defending Class 4A state champion New Palestine's 45-0 blanking of previously unbeaten Shelbyville. Nick Brickens added two scores, including an 88-yard punt return for the Dragons.

Mitch DeWitt exploded for 27 carries for 267 yards and six touchdowns and returned a punt 64 yards for another tally, leading Fairfield to a 65-32 win over Garrett. Tanner Burns ran for two touchdowns and threw for another score, and Jaden Baker added two scores for Garrett.

Wes Cook raced for 165 yards and five touchdowns and hauled in a pass for another score during defending Class 3A state champion Tri-West's 47-21 win over Southmont. Jake Hill threw for 164 yards and two scores for the Bruins. Nathaniel Farabee ran for 113 yards and three scores for the Mounties.

Elizjah Harvey's 31-yard touchdown run with 3:14 was the difference as Evansville Harrison rallied for a 39-38 win over Castle. David Felton hauled in nine passes for 130 yards and two touchdowns, and Ryan Hales tossed for 152 yards and two scores and ran for two tallies as the Warriors came back from a 38-7 halftime deficit. Dayne Keller paced the Knights with 338 yards through the air and four touchdowns.

Michael Viktrup tossed for 167 yards and four touchdowns, lifting Carmel to a 35-21 win over defending Class 6A state champion Ben Davis. Jalen Walker added four catches for 119 yards and three scores for the Greyhounds. Reese Taylor threw for 266 yards and two touchdowns, Stori Emerson caught 11 passes for 117 yards and one score, and Leshaun Minor racked up 12 tackles for the Giants.

Cody Wright ran for five touchdowns and passed for a sixth score in defending Class 1A state champion North Vermillion's 54-6 win over Rockville. Jacob Earl added 137 yards rushing and one score for the Falcons.

Keezan Jarrard romped for 276 yards and six touchdowns as Eastside blanked Fremont, 47-0.

Jason Grooms threw for 169 yards and two touchdowns, helping Concord to a 35-6 win over Plymouth. Josh Emerson caught four passes for 116 yards and one score, and Avis Emmons ran for two scores for the Minutemen, who snapped Plymouth's 18-game regular season and 14-game Northern Lakes Conference winning streak. Jack Barron accumulated 187 yards of offense for the Rockies.

Tyler White was 17-of-20 passing for 371 yards and six touchdowns in South Bend Washington's 46-18 win at Bremen. Anthony Brazier had eight catches for 184 yards and three touchdowns, and Deonne Witherspoon added three receptions for 184 yards and two scores for the Panthers. Rom DePalma ran for 154 yards and one score for the Lions.

Markese Stepp ran for 268 yards and three touchdowns, leading five-time defending state champion Indianapolis Cathedral to a 35-6 win over Fishers in the first football game played at Victory Field. Zach Eaton tossed for 153 yards, and Ben Norton converted a pair of field goals for Fishers.

Bryant Fitzgerald tallied three touchdowns, including a 72-yard interception return, lifting Avon to a 35-20 win over Westfield. Brandon Peters passed for 126 yards and two scores for the Orioles. Ryan Pepiot threw for 227 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score, and Evan Markley caught two scoring passes for the Shamrocks.

Aaron Matio rambled for 143 yards and two touchdowns in Hamilton Southeastern's 20-12 win over Noblesville. Jarel Youree ran for 168 yards and two scores for Noblesville, who lost starting quarterback Luke Melloh to an injury.

Tate Blessinger found the end zone three times as Jasper downed Mount Carmel (Ill.), 43-22. Justin Persohn tossed for 166 yards, Cal Krueger rushed for two touchdowns, and Jace Durcholtz came up with two interceptions for the Wildcats.

Nick Brassell scampered for 206 yards and four touchdowns, guiding New Prairie to a 28-21 win over Mishawaka Marian. In his first game back from a knee injury, Jake Whitfield ran and caught a pass for scores, and Bryce Tomasi threw for 196 yards and one score and ran for a touchdown for Marian.

Camden Bohn went 10-of-11 through the air for 161 yards and three touchdowns and ran for a fourth score, lifting Penn to a 55-0 shutout of South Bend Clay. John Ohlson hauled in two passes for scores, and Andy Doty added two scores on the ground for the Kingsmen.

Kenny Kerrn rushed for 129 yards and three touchdowns as Jimtown cruised to a 52-9 win over South Bend Riley. Sam Pawlak tossed for 149 yards and one score, Trevor Hobbs added a touchdown catch and two interceptions, and Dylan Guldager had a scoring run and two picks for the Jimmies.

 Gabe Brooks made a triumphant return from an ankle injury to rush for 188 yards and three touchdowns in South Bend Adams' 48-24 victory over Elkhart Central. Andrew Burgess added 105 yards on the ground and one score for the Eagles. Ross Kirkton threw 212 yards and two touchdowns before leaving with an injury, Antwaan Allen added 11 catches for 100 yards and one score and threw for another tally, and Langston Johnson chipped in two scoring catches for the Blazers.

Dorian Williams established career-highs with 45 carries for 271 yards and three touchdowns as Evansville Central downed Evansville Memorial, 41-14. Jared Bertram added 12 tackles for the Bears. Michael Lindauer threw a pair of touchdown passes to Peyton head, and Keioni McGuire added 12 tackles for the Tigers.

Evan Deig rolled up over 250 yards of total offense, leading Evansville Reitz to a 49-20 win over Evansville North. Deig threw for 146 yards and two scores and ran seven times for 110 yards and two touchdowns. Kerrion Ringo recorded 146 total yards with a scoring run and catch for the Panthers. Cage Street tallied a touchdown run and 10 tackles for the Huskies.

Kurtis Wilderman completed 5-of-6 passes for 166 yards and three touchdowns, lifting Evansville Mater Dei to a 59-6 triumph against Evansville Bosse. Drayke Richardt carried the ball 10 times for 167 yards and three scores, and Jackson Pokorney had two receptions for scores for the Wildcats. Raymond Garnett ran for 177 yards for the Bulldogs.

Tyler DeKemper rushed for 137 yards, including a 95-yard touchdown, helping Mount Vernon (Posey) to 1 39-20 win over previously unbeaten Eastern Greene. Kaleb Grabert added 121 yards on the ground and two scores, and Cam Meier ran for three scores for the Wildcats.

Ryan Hibbits' 32-yard field goal lifted Twin Lakes to a 17-14 win over Hamilton Heights. Blake Bennington ran for 109 yards and one touchdown, and Kris Goodlow chipped in 129 yards on the ground for the Indians. Clayton Cowan rushed for 133 yards and two scores for the Huskies.

Hunter Reynolds scampered for 137 yards and two touchdowns as Springs Valley downed Tecumseh, 30-20. Keenan Lautner paced Tecumseh with 134 yards rushing and two scores.

Garritt Slatcoff tossed for 161 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score, guiding Chesterton to a 21-10 win over Lake Central. Louie Razo added 10 receptions for 113 yards and one score for the Trojans. Anthony Giles ran for 103 yards and one score for the Indians.

Jared Smolar converted field goals of 28, 43, 35, and 37 yards in Valparaiso's 40-14 victory against Merrillville. Bryce Crook rambled for 167 yards and two touchdowns, and Sean Miller added an interception and fumble recovery for the Vikings. D.J. Wilkins passed for 291 yards and two touchdowns, and Thomas Jones had three receptions for 101 yards and one score for the Pirates.

Michael Wolfe was 9-of-12 through the air for 204 yards and three touchdowns as Hobart blanked Munster, 34-0. Isaiah Gransberry chipped in two scores for the Brickies.

Chris Juszkiewicz raced for 147 yards and a touchdown, leading LaPorte to a 28-7 win at Crown Point. Gino Francesconi added 140 yards on the ground and two scores for the Slicers. Jesse Martin ran for 132 yards and one score, and Don Schuch racked up 10 tackles for the Bulldogs.

Kyle Heard ran 13 times for 238 yards and three touchdowns, lifting Hammond Gavit to a 42-14 win against Hammond Clark. Curtin Nugin added two scores for the Gladiators.

Darion Hornickel racked up 163 total yards with a touchdown pass and run as Lowell blanked Hammond Morton, 35-0. Ike James romped for 161 yards and three touchdowns for the Red Devils.

Devonte Jones racked up 220 yards and three touchdowns, leading East Chicago Central to a 55-12 win over Indianapolis Northwest.

Patrick Reardon tallied more than 300 yards of total offense with a touchdown pass and run in Andrean's 34-6 win over Kankakee Valley. Reardon threw for 190 yards and ran for 132 yards, and David Graham added two catches for 141 yards with a scoring catch and run for the 59ers.

Evan Stewart accumulated 226 yards rushing with three touchdowns as Boone Grove raced past Hammond Bishop Noll, 55-12. Sam Kilburg passed for 119 yards and two scores for the Wolves. Angel Mata had 171 yards passing with two scores for the Warriors.

Tayvien Walker galloped for 281 yards and three touchdowns, helping Griffith to a 42-21 win at Highland. Troy Cullen added two scoring runs for the Panthers, and Caydon Hillegonds ran for 124 yards and two touchdowns for the Trojans.

Jacob Wasz rushed for 176 yards and four touchdowns and caught a pass for another tally, lifting Wheeler to a 53-7 win over Hanover Central. Jake LaFever threw for 126 yards and two scores for the Bearcats, while Bonscott Young had 22 yards on the ground and one score for the Wildcats.

Luis Cordero scored four touchdowns, including an 85-yard interception return, helping River Forest to a 39-0 shutout over Lake Station. Grant Baker rushed for 101 yards for the Ingots.

Orson Eckwood's one-yard scoring run with 23 seconds left led Michigan City to a 27-26 win over Portage. Markice Hurt chipped in 130 yards rushing and two scores for the Wolves. Anthony Maceo ran for 138 yards and three scores and tossed for 125 yards for the Indians.

Tommy Davenport, Carlos Madden, and Dylan White scored two touchdowns apiece in Whiting's 42-6 win over Calumet. Kobe Fowler rambled for 271 yards and one touchdown for Calumet.

Evan Herr ran for a pair of touchdowns as North Newton downed South Central, 22-14. Noah Eaton threw for 160 yards and two scores, and Garrett Hewlett caught five passes for 140 yards and two scores for South Central.

Jacob Jones rushed for 116 yards and two touchdowns and returned a kickoff 85 yards for another tally, leading Speedway to a 47-25 triumph over Park Tudor. Andrew Fritz had three carries for 107 yards and one score, and Jacob Powell recorded 11 tackles for the Sparkplugs. Ahrod Lloyd tallied three scores for the Panthers.

Brayden Todd tossed for 176 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another score, lifting Bedford North Lawrence past Floyd Central, 28-21. Drew Roberts added two scoring catches for the Stars. Donovan Hickman racked up 19 tackles, and Michael Sans had 18 stops for the Highlanders.

J.C. Oudes caught a pass for a touchdown and ran for another tally in LaVille's 14-7 win over John Glenn. Ethan Kertai added 106 yards on the ground for the Lancers. Daniel Wallace passed for 107 yards and ran for a touchdown for the Falcons.

Michael Jensen threw for 175 yards and three touchdowns as Warsaw blanked rival Wawasee, 21-0, in the battle for the "W" trophy. Noah Wadkins had 148 yards rushing for Wawasee.

Michael Bocker's 46-yard scoring strike to Ryan Hallenbeck with 26 seconds left lifted Culver Academy to a 27-26 win over Indianapolis Howe. Bocker and Hallenbeck also connected on a 35-yard touchdown pass earlier in the contest,

Eli Wallace found the end zone three times, helping Lakeland to a 62-20 win over West Noble. Dominic Christian rushed for 114 yards and one score, and Austin Evans added two tallies for the Lakers.

Jordan Schultz and Brennan Wilde both surpassed the 100-yard rushing mark in North Judson's 62-6 win at Triton. Schultz had 162 yards with two touchdowns and caught a pass for another tally and Wilde added 121 yards and two scores. Brice Wilde added two scoring throws and runs for the Bluejays.

Bailey Gessinger rushed for 114 yards and two scores as NorthWood downed Elkhart Memorial, 14-6. Michah Johnson paced Memorial with 118 yards on the ground.

Kurtis Hochstetler and Bryce Johnson both returned interceptions for touchdowns, lifting Northridge to a 28-21 win over Goshen. Hochstetler had a 58-yard return in the opening quarter, and Johnson added a 36-yard scamper in the final quarter. Matt Miller ran for 105 yards and one score, and Dean Ridenour added 105 yards on the ground for the Raiders. C.J. Detweiler tossed for 170 yards and two scores, and Jeff Stoll had 110 yards rushing and a touchdown for the Redskins.

Luke Iffert passed for 117 yards and one touchdown and also ran for two scores, helping Brebeuf Jesuit claim a 21-16 win over Guerin Catholic. Elliot Charlesbois tossed for 103 yards and two scores, and Carter McGinnis ran for 164 yards for Guerin.

Jay Coe rambled for 124 yards and four touchdowns as Warren Central rolled to a 47-26 win over Lawrence North. Zach Summeier threw for 262 yards and one score for the Warriors. Al Mckeller rushed for 191 yards, and DuShawn Tunstall added 106 yards on the ground for the Wildcats.

University of Tennessee recruit Hunter Johnson passed for 228 yards and five touchdowns, leading Brownsburg to a 66-41 win over Zionsville. Toks Akinribade added 243 yards rushing and two scores and caught a pass for another tally, and Tyler Kirtz caught 10 passes for 125 yards and three touchdowns for the Bulldogs. Trevor Leighty tossed for 104 yards and two scores for the Eagles.

Nate Fries romped for 214 yards and five touchdowns, guiding Indianapolis Roncalli to a 36-10 win against Martinsville.

Jaden Rhea was one of three players surpassing the 100-yard rushing mark in Monrovia's 51-7 thrashing of Indianapolis Lutheran, Rhea ran for 238 yards and four touchdowns, Dalton Smith added 129 yards and two scores, and Garrison Lee chipped in 113 yards for the Bulldogs.

Luke Johnston tossed for 235 yards and four touchdowns, leading Southport to a 41-13 triumph against Terre Haute South. Blake Evans hauled in 11 receptions for 158 yards and three scores, and Andrew Mappes ran for 107 yards and one tally for the Cardinals. Justin Jenkins accounted for two scores for the Braves.

Matt Bowman crossed the goal line three times as Eastern Hancock cruised to a 42-0 win over Wes-Del. Devin Denny tallied 110 yards on the ground and one score, and Jarett Lewis threw and ran for touchdowns for the Royals.

Bryce Jefferson passed for 261 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Decatur Central to a 28-0 blanking of Greenwood. Derrick Whitlock added two scores on the ground, and Tyrone Tracy chipped in three catches for 112 yards and one tally for the Hawks.

Jace Carpenter led a balanced attack with a pair of touchdown passes as Whiteland rolled to a 38-7 win against Mooresville.

Ben Slaton threw for 141 yards and two scores, helping Plainfield post a 33-14 win over Franklin. Dylan Foster added two touchdown runs for the Quakers. Zach Dowell ran for 187 yards and one score for the Grizzly Cubs.

Lorenzo Gist tallied a pair of touchdowns, leading Cincinnati Winton Woods to a 27-23 win over Indianapolis Bishop Chatard. Gabe Coleman registered 161 yards rushing and three scores, and Billy Dury threw for 153 yards for the Trojans.

Jackson Heath tossed for 147 yards and one touchdown and ran for another score as Heritage Christian edged Lapel, 28-27. Jake McKenzie racked up 13 tackles for the Eagles, while Levi Frazier ran for two scores for the Bulldogs.

Jacob Douglass accounted for a pair of touchdowns and two-point conversions in Western's 16-14 win over Northwestern. Kitchel Gifford added 122 yards rushing for the Panthers. Trey Richmond tossed for 258 yards and two touchdowns, and Noah Dowden caught nine passes for 118 yards and one score for the Tigers.

Keenan Wheeler led a balanced rushing attack with 12 carries for 174 yards and two touchdowns, leading Kokomo to a 62-13 win over Logansport. Jeron Gray added 147 yards and two scores, and Marcelle Kenner chipped in 145 yards and three tallies for the Wildkats, who established a new school-best with 559 yards on the ground. Codi Hopper converted a pair of field goals for the Berries.

Blake Edwards scampered for 152 yards and three touchdowns, lifting Tipton to a 35-21 victory against Sheridan. Kellen Woods chipped in 105 total yards with a scoring throw and run for the Blue Devils. Jacob Chesney paced the Blackhawks with 151 yards rushing and two scores.

Cody Colbert and Dillon Smith scored three touchdowns apiece as Tri-Central rolled to a 44-6 win over Clinton Central. Edwards accumulated 152 yards rushing and Smith added 161 yards for the Trojans.

Lane Rumple tossed for 137 yards and two touchdowns, leading Princeton to a 37-20 win against Boonville. Javon Wilkerson chipped in 133 yards on the ground and two scores for the Tigers. Camden Cartwright ran for 203 yards and two scores for the Pioneers.

Landon McPheeters romped for 211 yards and three touchdowns, lifting West Washington to a 32-14 triumph over Perry Central in a battle of unbeatens. Jacob Brown tallied 146 yards rushing and one score for Perry Central.

Kenton Crews accumulated 110 total yards and a rushing touchdown in Heritage Hill's 17-7 decision over Southridge. Jacob Peters racked up 11 tackles for the Patriots. Jack Michel had 11 stops for the Raiders.

Titus McCoy raced for 173 yards and two touchdowns, guiding Center Grove to a 59-14 win over Indianapolis Pike. Joey Siderewicz passed for 106 yards and one score for the Trojans. Derek Hawthorne recorded 118 yards of offense and a touchdown pass for the Red Devils.

Mitchell Burton exploded for 216 yards rushing and two touchdowns as Columbus North downed Perry Meridian, 24-15. Matt McCoskey ran for 133 yards and one score and tossed for 98 yards and another tally for the Falcons.

Chase Andries threw for 278 yards and two touchdowns, ran for score, and returned an interception 98 yards for another tally, leading Beech Grove to a 43-40 win over Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter. Avery Hall found the end zone four times for Cardinal Ritter.

Nathaniel Bye passed for 158 yards and a touchdown and ran for another score, lifting Western Boone to a 28-14 win over North Montgomery. Baylee Adams threw for 213 yards and one score, and Cole Clore added a scoring run and catch for North Montgomery.

Elijah Dunn romped for a career-high 194 yards and three touchdowns as Indian Creek cruised to a 32-6 win over North Decatur. Gynson Robley tossed for a pair of scores for the Braves.

Isaac Stiebeling threw for 235 yards and four touchdowns, helping Fort Wayne Snider roll to a 63-13 win over Fort Wayne North. Dominick Scott ran for 137 yards and three scores, Money Woods added 120 yards and one score, and Mac Hippenhammer caught four passes for 118 yards and two scores as the Panthers established a new mark with its 63 points in the first half. Arion Nieves tossed for 141 yards and one score for the Redskins.

Caleb Hankerson rambled for 178 yards and two touchdowns, leading Bellmont to a 31-14 win against New Haven. Nishawn Jones led New Haven with 129 yards on the ground and two scores.

Blake Podschine passed for 183 yards and two touchdowns as Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger cruised to a 44-14 win over Carroll (Fort Wayne). Ian Miller threw and ran for scores for Carroll.

Peterson Kerlegrand and Daniel Sparks both produced more than 200 yards of offense in Fort Wayne Concordia's 48-20 triumph over Fort Wayne Northrop. Kerlegrand ran for 236 yards and five touchdowns, while Sparks tossed for 258 yards and two scores for the Cadets. Jason Ash tallied 157 yards rushing and two scores for the Bruins.

Landon Durnell accounted for three touchdowns as Homestead raced past Fort Wayne Wayne, 42-13. Drew Keszei tossed for 199 yards and one score for the Spartans. Daylan Hart had 106 yards on the ground for the Generals.

Harrison Price threw for 185 yards and two touchdowns and ran for two more scores, lifting DeKalb to a 31-0 shutout over Norwell. Will Chrisman caught 11 passes for 172 yards and two scores for the Barons. Carson Ringger had 109 yards rushing for the Knights.

Zack Jenkins came off the bench to throw for 232 yards and four touchdowns as East Noble raced to a 41-6 win over Columbia City. Dylan Hunley had six receptions for 127 yards and two scores, and Nathan Doyle caught a pair of touchdown passes for the Knights. Carson Reed had 106 yards rushing for the Eagles.

Caleb Partin scampered for three touchdowns, leading Churubusco to a 28-14 win over Central Noble. Landon Harris added 124 yards rushing and one score for the Eagles. Kaleb Mooney scored twice and Luke Leffers recorded 20 tackles for the Cougars.

Garrett Elder tallied 300 yards rushing and four touchdowns, lifting Whitko to a 35-0 win over Manchester. Hunter Reed chipped in 113 yards on the ground for the Wildcats.

Backup quarterback Jack Johnston tossed for 220 yards and three touchdowns in Fort Wayne Bishop Luers' 56-12 victory over Fort Wayne South. Dashon Bussell tallied four receptions for 114 yards and two scores for the Knights. Dennis Johnson passed for 152 yards and a touchdown for the Archers.

Justyn Hart registered 191 yards rushing with three touchdowns as Heritage downed Bluffton, 37-6.

Cole Stigleman ran for two touchdowns as Jay County blanked South Adams, 32-0. Holton Hill tossed for 145 yards and one score, and Levi Hummel ran for 113 yards for the Patriots.

Hunter Bates rushed for 160 yards and a touchdown, leading Adams Central to a 21-0 win over Southern Wells.

A.J. Andrews paced a balanced attack with 113 yards rushing and two touchdowns, helping McCutcheon keep possession of "The Sword" with a 31-3 win over Harrison (West Lafayette). Aaron Phillips added 139 yards through the air for the Mavericks. Colin Zeh chalked up 17 tackles for the Raiders.

Mikey Kidwell was 11-of-12 passing for 145 yards with three touchdowns and one rushing score in West Lafayette's 55-0 blanking of defending Class 2A state champion Rensselaer Central. Travis Rolle ran for 165 yards and two scores for the Red Devils.

Luke Diener chalked up more than 250 yards of offense as North White clobbered Carroll (Flora), 43-0. Diener threw for 146 yards and four touchdowns and ran for 110 yards. Caleb Hentress and Jake Quasebarth caught two touchdown passes each for the Vikings.

Craig Wheelock hauled in four receptions for 132 yards and three touchdowns, leading South Newton to a 48-12 win over Dwight (Ill.). Skylar Sanders ran for 105 yards and two touchdowns and threw for another tally, John Dafcik added a scoring run and throw, and Damian Embery recorded 13 tackles for the Rebels.

Devin Harris was one of three players rushing for more than 100 yards as Seeger cruised to a 60-28 win over Turkey Run. Harris tallied 202 yards and three touchdowns, Clint Massey added 141 yards and two scores, and Alexander McMahan ran for 133 yards and one score as the Patriots rolled up 608 yards on the ground.

Weston Windell recorded 128 total yards with a touchdown pass and run and also came up with two interceptions, helping Delphi to a 28-13 win over Clinton Prairie. Ty Watson added three picks for the Oracles, who came up with eight total interceptions. Chase Joseph tossed for 302 yards and two scores, and Cayde Selke caught five passes for 184 yards and two touchdowns for the Gophers.

Logan Harmeson rolled up more than 300 yards of offense in Attica's 34-27 win over Covington. Harmeson rushed for 174 yards and three touchdowns and tossed for 128 yards, while Brad Green recorded 13 tackles for the Red Ramblers. Danny Brewer ran for 215 yards and three touchdowns, Ty Beuer tossed for 105 yards and one score, and Noah Snoddy racked up 17 tackles for the Trojans.

Christian Schabel accounted for 229 yards rushing with four touchdowns and 156 yards passing and two scores during Danville's 49-34 win at Frankfort. Trevor Schubert chipped in 133 yards on the ground for the Warriors. Jarod Smith tallied 176 yards rushing with one score and a touchdown pass, and Patrick Brandenburg chipped in 159 yards and three touchdown runs for the Hot Dogs.

Wayde Bentley passed for 191 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 113 yards and two scores, leading Fountain Central to a 36-8 win over Benton Central. Jake VanCleave caught five passes for 114 yards and two scores for the Mustangs. Connor Ade paced the Bison with 19 tackles.

Zach Mills romped for 184 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Delta to a 28-20 win over Pendleton Heights. Logan Clawson added two scores as the Eagles rewarded head coach Grant Zgunda with his 200th career win. Chase Cochran ran for 162 yards and one score, and Logan Drye added 101 yards with one score and a touchdown catch for the Arabians.

Andrew Wells galloped for 226 yards and five touchdowns, guiding Muncie Central to a 68-27 win over Marion. Trenton Hatfield added 207 yards passing with two touchdowns and a score on the ground, and Xavier Cleaves had a two scoring catches and rushing touchdown for the Bearcats. Keiron Sanders ran for 245 yards and four touchdowns, and Ian Reynolds recorded 14 tackles for the Giants.

Logan Conklin tossed for 104 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score in Monroe Central's 50-0 shutout of Indianapolis Broad Ripple.

Sam Kiser completed 4-of-5 passes for 103 yards and three touchdowns, helping Pioneer to a 49-6 win over Knox. Jack Kiser ran for 153 yards and two scores, and Jacob Morris added two scoring catches for the Panthers.

Matt Shorter ran for 238 yards and three touchdowns as Winamac blanked West Central, 43-0. Jack DeGroot tossed for 125 yards and one score, and Maverick Schultz racked up 15 tackles for the Warriors.

Everett Krueger passed and ran for touchdowns, leading Culver to a 34-6 win at Caston. Lance Beaver added a scoring run and catch for the Cavaliers.

Marquise Holt found the end zone twice as Bloomington South downed Terre Haute North, 21-7. Sam Helm tallied 14 tackles for the Panthers, while Nick Barrett rolled up 147 total yards and a touchdown pass for the Patriots.

Austin Grunden had 116 yards on the ground and one touchdown in Jennings County's 15-14 win over Seymour. Alan Perry tallied 127 total yards with a scoring pass and run for Seymour.

Shane Smith rushed for 231 yards and four touchdowns, helping Edinburgh to a 43-0 win over Traders Point Christian.

Josh Major, Steven O'Neal, and Jamon Hogan each ran for more than 100 yards, lifting Columbus East to a 40-7 win over Madison. Major had 106 yards with two touchdowns and a touchdown pass, O'Neal had 138 yards and one score, and Hogan added 155 yards and a score. Sam Dwenger chipped in 10 tackles and a fumble recovery for the Olympians.

Jake Wilson romped for 269 yards and three touchdowns, leading Elwood to a 49-34 victory over Frankton. Lane Boyer added 131 yards and three scores, and Derek Bryant recorded 15 tackles for the Panthers. Travis McGuire threw for 240 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 85 yards and two scores for the Eagles. Maurice Knight added 12 catches for 183 yards and two scores, and David Delph tallied 15 tackles for Frankton.

Chris Young had 115 yards rushing and a touchdown as Indianapolis Tech blanked Anderson, 10-0.

Dylan Dowling ran for 143 yards and two touchdowns and threw for a third score, lifting Alexandria to a 48-6 win over Blackford. Cole Leemon added two scores on the ground for the Tigers.

Jaylen Washington scurried for 202 yards and four touchdowns in Lebanon's 51-0 blanking of Crawfordsville.

Luke Patton tallied 156 yards on the ground and four touchdowns, helping East Central to a 56-0 shutout over Connersville. Doug Rosemeyer added 118 yards and two scores for the Trojans.

Jonathan Hagerty scored a touchdown and came up with the game-saving interception as Franklin County edged South Dearborn, 14-6.

Trey Powell tossed for 203 yards and three touchdowns in Sullivan's 42-28 win at South Putnam Evan Conner had seven receptions for 152 yards and two scores, and Trevor Magill ran for 138 yards and two tallies for the Golden Arrows. Dylan Wood had 140 yards rushing and three touchdowns, Grady McHugh threw for 101 yards and one score, and Jimmy Rutter had eight catches for 122 yards and one score for the Eagles.

Hayden Rudes scored three touchdowns, helping North Putnam to a 24-14 win against Cascade. Bradley Hodges ran for 142 yards for the Cougars.

Ben Girton rushed for 102 yards and two touchdowns and returned a punt 78 yards for another tally, leading Northview to a 62-7 win over Greencastle. Tucker Stewart tossed a pair of touchdown passes to Liam Jones, who also ran for a score, for the Knights.

Dalton Hatcher scampered for 194 yards, including a 94-yard touchdown, helping Shenandoah to a 28-14 win over Winchester. Bobby Pierce chipped in 132 yards on the ground and two scores for the Raiders. Michigan recruit Kiante Enis had 166 yards rushing with two touchdowns and an interception for the Golden Falcons.

Devon Colonis tossed for 232 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a third tally, lifting Lafayette Jefferson to a 33-14 win over Richmond. Latrell Brown chipped in 161 yards rushing and two scores, and Daniel Ricksy caught seven passes for 100 yards and one score for the Bronchos.

Dakota Roach rambled for 102 yards and three touchdowns, leading Hagerstown to a 33-8 win over Centerville. Kody Witham racked up 15 tackles for Centerville.

Ryan Hartmann ran for 99 yards with a touchdown and also recovered two fumbles in Northeastern's 20-14 win over Union County. Cole Retter added a scoring run and 10 tackles for the Tigers.

Owen Yeadon's 202 yards rushing and four touchdowns lifted Wabash past North Miami, 29-14.

Zach Fields and Richie Nelson both ran for more than 100 yards as Knightstown cruised to a 54-6 win over Tri. Fields had 151 yards and two touchdowns to go along with 19 tackles, while Nelson added 114 yards and one score. Tyler Burton threw for 102 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another tally, and Hagan Moore had two scoring catches for the Panthers.

 Nick Sellers tossed for 227 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a third score, leading Gibson Southern to a 62-0 blanking of Pike Central. Dylan Stefanich ran for two scores, and Cory Klem added 12 tackles for the Titans.

Sophomore Andrew Barajas scampered for 168 yards and two touchdowns, helping Eastbrook to a 28-14 win against Oak Hill in a battle of unbeatens. Luke Elliott added two scores for the Panthers. Noah King racked up 16 tackles for the Golden Eagles.

Sam Best accumulated 114 yards rushing and two touchdowns, helping North Harrison remain unbeaten with a 32-12 win against Silver Creek. Evan Goodman chipped in 18 tackles for the Cougars.

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