The Indiana Football Digest Honor Roll – 2015 Volume Seven

The Indiana Football Digest Honor Roll – 2015 Volume Seven

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The Indiana Football Digest Honor Roll – 2015 Volume Seven

By Paul Condry And Matt Kopsea

TOP PERFORMANCES

Alex Neligh became the school's all-time leading passer in defending Class 4A state champion New Palestine's 77-20 win over Greenfield-Central. He threw for 164 yards and one score and now has 3,670 total yards. Neligh also ran for two scores, and Nick Brickens added 201 yards on the ground and three scores for the Dragons. Luke Ely added 100 yards on the ground and one score, Adam Kincaid chipped in two scores, and Duke Blackwell had four catches for 107 yards and one tally for New Pal. Johnny Bowen paced the Cougars with two scores.

Baylee Adams established a school-best by throwing for 451 yards in North Montgomery's 73-20 win over Crawfordsville. Adams also threw for five touchdowns and has 11 combined scores over the last two weeks. Ben Dugard had four catches for 113 yards and one touchdown to go along with 10 tackles, while Devon Zachary added four receptions for 147 yards and two scores for the Chargers. Alex Parsons ran six times for 105 yards and two touchdowns, Cole Clore added two scores on the ground, and Corbin Osborne converted a school-record 10 extra points and a 40-yard field goal for North Montgomery.

Jeron Gray ran 26 times for 215 yards and a school-record six touchdowns, leading Kokomo to a 63-28 win over Muncie Central. Marcelle Kenner added 108 yards rushing and three touchdowns, Keenen Wheeler chipped in 120 yards on the ground, and Kyle Wade completed 6-of-8 passes for 114 yards for the Wildkats, who rolled up a team-best 601 total yards. Andre Wells ran for 127 yards and three touchdowns for the Bearcats.

Jackson Anthrop ran for a school-record 329 yards and six touchdowns in Lafayette Central Catholic's 65-2 win over Twin Lakes. Brandon Yeagy added two scores on the ground and 11 tackles, and Carlos Velasquez tossed for 106 yards for the Knights. Bryce Bennington had 92 receiving yards and 10 tackles for the Indians.

Aidan Smith rolled up over 250 yards of offense, leading Carroll (Fort Wayne) to a 43-38 win over Fort Wayne Bishop Luers. Smith tossed for 202 yards and one touchdown and ran for 85 yards and three more scores for the Chargers. Austin Mack paced the Knights with 142 yards rushing and four touchdowns, four catches for 151 yards and one score, and a 99-yard kickoff return for another tally. Jack Johnston tossed for 130 yards and one score, and J'Lyn Charlton ran for 142 yards for Bishop Luers.

John Lux was 22-of-29 for 327 yards and six touchdowns in Shelbyville's 52-28 win over Yorktown. Damon Lux caught 11 passes for 208 yards and four scores, DeShawn French ran for 184 yards and one score, and Nolan Ray recorded 12 tackles for Golden Bears. Dawson Allen had 132 yards rushing and two touchdowns, and Brogan Miller tossed for 128 yards and two scores for the Tigers.

Jack Barron completed 4-of-5 passes for 108 yards and one touchdown and ran for 123 yards and one score, helping Plymouth to a 29-20 win over Wawasee. Cam Eveland added four catches for 108 yards and one score and ran for another tally, while Jeremy Splix rushed for 145 yards for the Rockies. Noah Wadkins ran for two scores for the Warriors. John Barron became the school's all-time leader in wins with his 94th victory.

Luke Johnston threw for 321 yards and five touchdowns in Southport's 34-21 triumph over Franklin Central. Blake Evans added none catches for 155 yards and one score for the Cardinals. Cody Jacob tossed for 247 yards for the Flashes.

Brandon Patterson ran nine times for 138 yards and three touchdowns and caught a pass for another tally, lifting Whiteland to a 52-0 win over Martinsville. Jace Carpenter chipped in a scoring throw and run for the Warriors.

Jaylen Gilbert accumulated 106 yards of offense with a touchdown run as defending Class 2A state champion Rensselaer Central downed Western, 22-12. Sam Ahler recorded 12 tackles and Luke Branson added 11 stops for the Bombers.

Aaron Matio found the end zone four times, helping Hamilton Southeastern to a 35-21 win over Zionsville. Carter Poiry was 10-of-11 through the air for 206 yards and one score, and Will Michaelis added three catches for 106 yards for the Royals. Brenden Mikesell rushed for 167 yards and two touchdowns, and Trevor Liechty threw for 106 yards for the Eagles.

Ethan Darter threw for 404 yards and four touchdowns in Lake Central's 40-6 triumph over Michigan City. Austin Atkins had six catches for 131 yards and three scores, Sean Griffin added seven receptions for 118 yards and one tally, Josh Benson chipped in 10 catches for 139 yards, and Mike Dahlkamp recorded 18 tackles for the Indians.

Hunter Johnson passed for 392 yards and five touchdowns, lifting Brownsburg to a 59-30 win over Westfield. Toks Akinribade added 221 yards rushing as the Bulldogs recorded a school-record 674 yards of offense. Ryan Pepiot tallied 233 total yards, and Brandon Karsnick ran for three scores for the Shamrocks.

Justin Persohn tossed for 184 yards and one score, leading Jasper to a 33-18 victory over Princeton. Tate Blessinger ran for two scores, and Cal Krueger booted four field goals for the Wildcats. Lane Rumple tossed for 197 yards and one score for the Tigers.

Markese Stepp rushed for 124 yards and four touchdowns, lifting five-time defending state champion Indianapolis Cathedral to a 45-14 win over Rhea County (Tennessee).

Tyler White threw for 306 yards and three touchdowns and ran for a fourth score, helping South Bend Washington to a 28-7 win over John Glenn. Anthony Brazier had four catches for 130 yards and two touchdowns, and Deonne Witherspoon added seven receptions for 143 yards and one score for the Panthers. Daniel Wallace passed for 129 yards, ran for a score, recovered a fumble, and came up with an interception for the Falcons.

Bryce Tomasi tossed for 172 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another tally, lifting Mishawaka Marian to a 35-28 win over Bremen. Zander Horvath chipped in a scoring run and catch for the Knights. Matt Box passed for 177 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a score for the Lions.

D.J. Wilkins had 296 yards through the air with a touchdown in Merrillville's 38-16 win over LaPorte. Isaiah Thornton added two scores on the ground for the Pirates. Gino Francesconi had 124 yards rushing and two scores, and Brennen Long rushed for 109 yards for the Slicers.

Josh Major completed 10-of-11 passes for 173 yards and three touchdowns, helping Columbus East roll to a 49-13 win over Floyd Central. Sam Dwenger added two scores for the Olympians. Michael Sans recorded 15 tackles and a 55-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown for the Highlanders.

Matt Mayes tossed for 190 yards and two touchdowns, leading Valparaiso to a 24-7 win over Crown Point. Bryce Crook ran for 105 yards, and Bobby Lee racked up 17 tackles for the Vikings. Artie Equihua threw for 196 yards and ran for 96 yards and one tally, Shane McCormick had four catches for 103 yards, and Caden Watson tallied 12 tackles for the Bulldogs.

Ike James scampered for 131 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Lowell to a 30-10 win over Hobart. Jordan Jusevitch added 101 yards rushing and one score to go along with 11 tackles for the Red Devils. Michael Wolfe passed for 156 yards and one score for the Brickies.

Kerrion Ringo rushed for 128 yards and three touchdowns in Evansville Reitz's 36-29 win over Evansville Memorial. Evan Deig added 182 yards passing and one score, and Aaron Euler recorded 15 tackles for the panthers. Freshman Mike Lindauer tossed for 205 yards and three touchdowns, and Matt Kiesel added nine catches for 135 yards and two scores for the Tigers. Peyton Head chipped in 11 receptions for 154 yards and one score, and Jack Folz racked up 10 tackles for Memorial.

Danny Stanley scampered 25 times for 211 yards and two touchdowns, helping Munster to a 41-24 win over Griffith. Andrew Jumonville added 161 yards of offense with a touchdown pass and run, and Jeff Proctor had two scores for the Mustangs.

Dylan Guldager's 24-yard touchdown pass from Sam Pawlak with 52 seconds left lifted Jimtown to a 31-27 win over Concord. Pawlak completed 14-of-17 passes for 202 yards and two scores, and Kenny Kerrn added 132 yards rushing and two scores for the Jimmies. Jason Grooms tossed for 205 yards and two scores and also ran for another tally, while Josh Emerson added two scoring receptions for the Minutemen.

Michael Jensen tossed for 338 yards and three touchdowns as Warsaw rolled to a 35-7 win over Goshen. Riley Rhoades added 13 catches for 214 yards and two scores, and Collin Marshall had a pair of interceptions with one returned for a touchdown for the Tigers.

Braxton Dial found the end zone twice in Central Noble's 30-27 win over Lakeland. Kaleb Mooney recorded 20 tackles for the Cougars. Eli Wallace ran for 144 yards and two touchdowns, and Erik Mellinger tossed for 137 yards and one score for the Lakers.

Clayton Cowan's four-yard touchdown run midway through the fourth quarter paved the way for Hamilton Heights to post a 22-21 win over Culver Academy. Ethan Jones passed for 154 yards and two scores for the Huskies, while Connor Caoni led the Eagles with a 26-yard return of a blocked punt for a score.

Sam Brown threw for 177 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a third tally, lifting Fairfield to a 45-27 win over Angola. Mitch DeWitt caught two passes for scores, ran for another one, and returned a punt 49 yards for a fourth touchdown for the Falcons. Jake Roddy had a pair of touchdown passes for the Hornets.

Matt Miller passed for 100 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a third score, guiding Northridge to a 31-21 win over NorthWood. Brody Miller added 105 yards on the ground for the Raiders. Trey Bilinski threw for 181 yards and one score and ran for two more touchdowns for the Panthers.

Jack Kiser rambled for 160 yards and five touchdowns as No. 2 Pionner rolled to a 57-7 win over No. 6 LaVille in a battle of Class 1A top 10 teams. Sam Kiser added 132 yards passing and one tally for the Panthers, who accumulated over 500 total yards.

Matt Shorter raced for 204 yards and two touchdowns and caught a pass for a third score, lifting Winamac to a 43-12 win over Triton. Jack DeGroot tossed a pair of touchdown passes, and Maverick Schultz racked up 15 tackles for the Warriors. Jeremy Jones had 106 yards on the ground and one tally for the Trojans.

Alec Craig accounted for 236 yards of offense with three rushing touchdowns and one through the air, helping Tippecanoe Valley to a 36-27 win over Manchester. Bailey Ness tossed for 293 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another score, Keelan Norwood had five receptions for 137 yards and one score, and Clay Sellers racked up 17 tackles for Manchester.

Landon Martz scored a pair of touchdowns for the second straight contest as Penn cruised to a 50-13 win over South Bend St. Joseph. Camden Bohn passed for 123 yards and two scores to Bryce Voorde and ran for another touchdown for the Kingsmen.

Nick Brassell and Ryan Moser scored three touchdowns apiece as New Prairie established a new mark for points scored in a 75-20 win over South Bend Riley. Brassell finished with 140 yards on the ground as the Cougars rolled up over 400 total yards of offense. Trevor Teumac tossed for two touchdowns for the Wildcats.

Darian Phillips and Payton Marshall both went over the 100-yard rushing mark in Mishawaka's 50-17 win against Elkhart Central. Phillips had nine carries for 120 yards and two touchdowns and Marshall added 102 yards. Austin Faulkner and Mike Hixenbaugh both scored twice for the Cavemen, who ran for more than 400 yards. Antwaan Allen passed and ran for scores for the Blazers.

Eric Williams' three touchdowns vaulted South Bend Adams to a 42-8 win over South Bend Clay.

Wes Cook ran for 231 yards and three touchdowns and caught a pass for another tally, helping defending Class 3A state champion Tri-West to a 37-14 win over Lebanon. Jake Hill added 209 yards passing and two scores for the Bruins. Evan Stambaugh threw for 180 yards and one touchdown, and Clayton Barber had seven catches for 108 yards and one score for the Tigers.

Justin Johnson threw for 177 yards and four touchdowns, guiding Indianapolis Howe to a 60-6 thrashing of Indianapolis Manual. Tyrell Phelps ran for 193 yards and four touchdowns, and Dontae Henderson caught two passes for scores and ran for another tally for the Hornets.

Alex Fabert tossed three touchdown passes in Mooresville's 21-17 win over Franklin. Zeke O'Dell had a two catches for scores for the Pioneers. Zach Dowell tallied 17 tackles for the Grizzly Cubs.

Garrison Lee, Jaden Rhea, and Dalton Smith all surpassed the 100-yard rushing plateau as Monrovia downed Beech Grove, 57-28. Lee had 201 yards and four touchdowns, Rhea added 159 yards and one score, and Smith tallied 150 yards and two scores for the Bulldogs. Chase Andries passed for 191 yards and three touchdowns, and Montrez Hearon added nine catches for 146 yards and three scores for the Hornets.

Jaylen Coe racked up 308 total yards and five touchdowns on the ground, lifting Warren Central to a 49-21 win over Indianapolis Pike. Zach Summeier threw for 243 yards, and David Bell caught five passes for 100 yards for the Warriors. Derek Hawthorne recorded 248 total yards for the Red Devils.

Carter McGinnis romped for 244 yards and two touchdowns, helping Guerin Catholic to a 31-21 win over Greenwood. Elliott Charlesbois had 110 yards passing with one score and another on the ground for the Golden Eagles. Seth Gallman tossed for 243 yards and one score, and Jackson Daugherty added three catches for 148 yards and one score for the Woodmen.

Michael Viktrup tossed three touchdowns and ran for a fourth score in Carmel's 51-0 blanking of North Central (Indianapolis). Jalen Walker added two catches for scores for the Greyhounds.

Luke Iffert's touchdown pass to Jeff McGowan in the second overtime lifted Brebeuf Jesuit to a 17-10 win over Indianapolis Roncalli. Iffert finished with 117 yards passing and two scores for the Braves.

Will Furibach's one-yard touchdown with four minutes left helped Indianapolis Bishop Chatard to an 18-16 win over Noblesville. Luke Melloh tossed for 156 yards and two touchdowns for Noblesville.

Reese Taylor threw for 310 yards and two touchdowns and ran for two more scores in Indianapolis Ben Davis' 35-14 win over Lawrence North. Chris Evans had seven catches for 123 yards and one score and another on the ground, and Noah Thomas added four catches for 102 yards and one score for the Giants. Trent Minter paced the Wildcats with 127 yards through the air.

Brandon Peters threw for 225 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score, helping Avon to a 36-14 win over Fishers. Andrew Griffin had nine receptions for 118 yards and two touchdowns for the Orioles. Zach Eaton threw for 140 yards and one score, and Kade Orris added seven catches for 107 yards for the Tigers.

Tyrone Tracy rushed for 156 yards and three touchdowns, leading Decatur Central to a 35-14 win over Plainfield. Bryce Jefferson threw for 144 yards, and Chandler Barnes ran for two scores for the Hawks. Ben Slaton tallied 101 yards of offense with a touchdown pass and run for the Quakers.

Titus McCoy exploded for 301 yards and three touchdowns as Center Grove posted a 44-26 win over Lawrence Central. Jackson Hohlt added two scores on the ground for the Trojans, who tallied 573 yards of offense. Dave Randolph passed for 121 yards and ran for 110 yards and one score, and Gerrid Doaks added two touchdown runs for the Bears.

Damari Gatewood had seven carries for 135 yards and two touchdowns, leading Mount Vernon (Fortville) to a 35-7 win over Pendleton Heights. Jarrod Hubble tossed for 120 yards for Pendleton Heights.

Gynson Robley tossed for 209 yards and three touchdowns, helping Indian Creek to a 22-13 victory over Milan. Blaine Beck threw for 187 yards and one score for Milan.

Matt McCloskey threw for 118 yards and two touchdowns in Perry Meridian's 28-13 win over Bloomington North. Ben Freel had 107 yards passing and a scoring run for North.

Jack Dassow passed for 268 yards and four touchdowns, leading Park Tudor to a 57-38 victory over South Decatur. Brent Brimmage added eight catches for 222 yards and four scores, and Ahrod Lloyd ran 22 times for 293 yards and four touchdowns for the Panthers. Logan Shafer had a pair of touchdowns for the Cougars.

Nathaniel Farabee ran for 105 yards and three touchdowns as Southmont downed Danville, 35-26. Jarrett Todd rolled up 141 yards of offense with a scoring pass and run for the Mounties. Christian Schabel threw for 276 yards and two scores, and Tanner Hubbard added nine catches for 149 yards and a touchdown for the Warriors.

Ja'Shawn Keys scored a pair of touchdowns, including a 78-yard kickoff return, as Speedway rolled to a 58-6 win over Indianapolis Marshall. Jacob Jones added 113 yards on the ground with a touchdown and also returned a punt for another tally, Chris Valentine threw for two scores, and Andrew Fritz caught two passes for touchdowns for the Sparkplugs.

Evan Caldwell had 159 yards rushing and two touchdowns and caught a pass for a third tally in Northwestern's 34-14 win over Tipton. Tim Richmond added 202 yards through the air and three scores for the Tigers. Kellen Woods threw for 283 yards and two scores, and Caleb Burkett had 159 receiving yards and one touchdown for the Blue Devils.

Colten Leininger rambled for 154 yards and three touchdowns and tossed for another score, leading Tri-Central to a 34-20 win over Sheridan. Dillon Smith ran for 149 yards and hauled in a pass for a touchdown for the Trojans. Jacob Chesney rushed for 136 yards and one touchdown, threw a pass for another tally, and recorded 18 tackles for the Blackhawks.

Conner Zeck scored a pair of touchdowns, including a 32-yard interception return, as Lewis Cass blanked Delphi, 35-0. Alec Eurit passed for 186 yards and two scores for the Kings.

Landon Bartlett's one-yard touchdown run with 58 seconds left lifted South Spencer to a 32-27 win over Pike Central. Bartlett finished with 38 carries for 257 yards and five scores for the Rebels. Jaylon Owens ran for 194 yards and three touchdowns for the Chargers.

Ryan Hales threw for 200 yards and two touchdowns as Evansville Harrison downed Evansville Central, 27-13. It was the Warriors' first win in the series since 2004. Dalton Peerman passed for 157 yards and one score, Noah Fuchs had five catches for 101 yards and one score as well as two interceptions, and Jared Bertram recorded 13 tackles for the Bears.

Josh Franchville ran for 205 yards and four touchdowns, leading Forest Park to a 35-10 win over North Posey.

Nick Sellers was 16-of-18 through the air for 292 yards and three touchdowns and also ran for 114 yards and two scores as Gibson Southern cruised to a 42-13 win over Heritage Hills. Grant Allen chipped in eight catches for 102 yards and one tally for the Titans. Jacob Peters racked up 15 tackles for the Patriots.

David Bland's 23-yard field goal with 1:35 left lifted Evansville Bosse to a 16-14 win over Evansville North. Raymond Garnett rushed for 130 yards and one touchdown and caught a 61-yard pass for another tally for the Bulldogs. Shawn Coane had a pair of scores, including a 34-yard interception return, for the Huskies.

Drayke Richardt romped for 236 yards and three touchdowns as Evansville Mater held on for a 34-27 win over Castle. Kurtis Wilderman added 221 yards passing with one score and another tally on the ground, and Jackson Pokorney caught nine passes for 126 yards and one score for the Wildcats. Dayne Keller threw for 237 yards and three scores for the Knights.

Luke Hilgenhold had three catches for 116 yards and two touchdown passes from Lane Lynch in Perry Central's 41-0 blanking of Wood Memorial.

Camdon Cartwright accounted for the lone trip to the ends zone as Boonville slipped past Mount Vernon (Posey), 7-3. Keaton Burgess chipped in 23 tackles and a fumble recovery for the Pioneers.

Isaac Stiebeling threw for 225 yards and three touchdowns, guiding Fort Wayne Snider to a 52-27 win over Homestead. Malik Bramley had five catches for 111 yards and one score, Dominick Scott ran for 118 yards and one tally, and Money Woods added 99 yards on the ground and three scores for the Panthers. Drew Keszei passed for 266 yards and three scores, and Ben Skowronek had nine receptions for 144 yards and two scores for the Spartans.

Grant Gutierrez tossed a pair of touchdown passes as Bellmont downed Leo, 24-21, to take over the top spot in the Northeast Eight Conference. Caleb Hankerson ran for 89 yards, caught a touchdown pass, and hauled in an interception for the Braves. Tyler Hensinger ran 25 times for 160 yards and three scores for the Lions.

Keshawn Moore tossed for 252 yards and five touchdowns, leading New Haven to a 42-14 win over Columbia City. Tyon Woods added 10 receptions for 150 yards and three scores, and Nishawn Jones rushed for 114 yards and one score and caught a pass for another tally for the Bulldogs. Carson Reed ran for 115 yards and one touchdown for the Eagles.

Logan Capps romped for 156 yards and three touchdowns, hauled in a pass for another score, and also recovered a fumble during Fort Wayne North's 51-19 triumph against Fort Wayne Northrop. Arion Nieves rolled up 221 total yards with a scoring throw, and Tyson Whitner found the end zone twice for the Redskins. Garrett Schoenle tossed for 159 yards for the Bruins.

Peterson Kerlegrand rushed for 193 yards and four touchdowns, lifting Fort Wayne Concordia to a 42-26 thrashing of Fort Wayne Wayne. Daniel Sparks added 187 yards passing and two scores for the Cadets.

Blake Podschlne had 100 yards through the air with a touchdown and also ran for three scores as Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger breezed to a 57-6 win over Fort Wayne South. Amuan Clark chipped in 116 yards rushing and two touchdowns for the Saints.

Zack Jenkins threw for 206 yards and three touchdowns, leading East Noble to a 49-13 win over Norwell. David Salazar added two scores on the ground and 12 tackles for the Knights.

Bryce Bonewit ran for 150 yards and four touchdowns, guiding Southern Wells to a 41-27 win over Bluffton. Bonewit also had 10 tackles, and Gavin Barcus added 16 stops for the Raiders. D'Wayne Eskridge ran for 104 yards for the Tigers.

Justin Durkes had 136 yards passing and two touchdowns to Trenton McCarter in Woodlan's 21-0 blanking of Jay County. McCarter finished with six catches for 113 yards, and Mitchell VanBrocklin ran for 127 yards and one score for the Warriors.

Hunter Bates tallied 226 yards on the ground and three touchdowns as Adams Central rolled to a 40-3 win over South Adams. The Flying Jets are off to their best start since 1999.

Justyn Hart recorded 205 yards rushing and four touchdowns during Heritage's 40-16 win against Holgate (Ohio).

Landon Harris carried the football seven times for 206 yards and two touchdowns, helping Churubusco storm to a 54-7 win over Fremont. Caleb Partin added 102 yards and one score as the Eagles accumulated 531 yards on the ground.

Tanner Burns passed for 227 yards and four touchdowns and ran for another tally, lifting Garrett to a 37-20 victory over West Noble. Ben Purdy chipped in five receptions for 157 yards and three scores for the Railroaders.

Harrison Price tossed for 229 yards and four touchdowns in DeKalb's 40-21 win over Huntington North. Will Chrisman had five catches for 126 yards and three scores and returned an interception for another tally, and Derek Padilla added two scores for the Barons. Lucas Long and Dakota Johnson combined for 108 yards passing and two scores for the Vikings.

Carson Blair had 181 yards passing and two touchdowns as Southwood held on for a 21-20 win over Whitko. Garrett Elder ran for 188 yards and three touchdowns, and Hunter Reed added 164 yards for Whitko, which outgained the Knights, 411-161.

Keenan Orr's two fourth quarter touchdowns helped Clinton Central earn its first victory by rallying for a 29-14 win over Eastern (Greentown).

Sam Schoonveld ran for 279 yards and three touchdowns, leading Clinton Prairie to a 48-20 win over Tri-County. Chase Joseph added two passes for scores for the Gophers. Blake Justice racked up 189 total yards, good for two touchdown runs and a scoring catch, for the Cavaliers.

Johnny Ovalle racked up 208 yards of offense with three touchdowns as Carroll (Flora) blanked Frontier, 40-0. Devon Anderson added 172 yards passing and three scores for the Cougars.

Wayne Bentley rolled up over 250 yards of offense, leading Fountain Central past Seeger, 55-14. Bentley tossed for 157 yards and four touchdowns and ran for 116 yards and two scores, while Jake VanCleve added two scoring receptions for the Mustangs.

Riley Fisher and Chad Witt both went over the 100-yard rushing mark as Kankakee Valley held on for a 34-28 win over South Newton. Fisher had 113 yards and three touchdowns, and Witt added 125 yards and one score. Jimmy Elliott recorded 11 stops for the Kougars. John Dafcik tossed for 280 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 102 yards and two scores, while Skylar Sanders added eight catches for 210 yards and one tally for the Rebels.

Danny Brewer rambled for 211 yards and two touchdowns, helping Covington post a 43-7 win over previously unbeaten Indiana Deaf. Noah Snoddy chipped in 108 yards rushing and two scores for the Trojans.

Gerald Garrett rolled up 167 yards of offense with a touchdown pass and two runs for scores, leading Indianapolis Tech to a 34-20 win against Harrison (West Lafayette). JDan Sturgeon threw for 132 yards and one score, Dawson Dahnke ran for a pair of touchdowns, and Colin Zeh recorded 13 tackles for Harrison.

Aaron Phillips tossed for 235 yards and two touchdowns, helping McCutcheon to a 38-7 win over Richmond. Levon Thompson ran for 116 yards, and Charles Phinisee caught two passes for 126 yards and two scores for the Mavericks.

Bernard Celestin rushed for 155 yards and two touchdowns in Lafayette Jeff's 40-0 shutout of Anderson. Devon Colonis threw for 138 yards for the Bronchos.

Hunter Rycerz combined for over 350 yards of offense, leading Highland to a 33-29 win over Andrean. Rycerz ran for 191 yards and three touchdowns and passed for 159 yards and two scores as the Trojans won for the first time in the series since 1999. David Graham scored three touchdowns, including a 96-yard kickoff return, for the 59ers.

Tevin Armstrong tossed for 224 yards and three touchdowns, leading Hammond Morton to a 33-18 win over East Chicago Central. Trashan Clemens ran for 125 yards and one score and caught two scoring passes, and Jerome Donald added 108 yards rushing and one touchdown for the Governors. Devonte Jones passed for 128 yards and one touchdown, ran for 106 yards for another tally, and returned a kickoff 79 yards for a third score for the Cardinals.

Jake LaFever tallied more than 300 yards of offense, leading Wheeler to a 62-7 win over South Central. LaFever threw for 148 yards and one touchdown and ran for 162 yards and a score. Jacob Wasz added 105 yards on the ground and five touchdowns, and Jake Armentrout had four catches for 100 yards and one touchdown for the Bearcats.

Tim Echols returned punts of 80 and 75 yards for touchdowns, lifting Hammond to a 62-2 triumph over Gary Roosevelt. Donan Deloney added two scores on the ground, while Devon Moore had 110 total yards with two scoring runs as well as a 50 yard interception return for another tally for the Wildcats.

Stuart Glascow threw for 121 yards and one touchdown and ran for 91 yards and three scores, helping Whiting to a 42-21 win over Hanover Central. Tyler Burnham tossed a pair of touchdown passes for Hanover Central.

Evan Stewart and Keiggan Lange both ran for more than 100 yards and two touchdowns in Boone Grove's 35-2 win over North Newton. Jono Biggers tossed for 119 yards for North Newton.

Kiante Enis rambled for 239 yards and two touchdowns, leading Winchester to a 49-6 win over Union City. Austin Lawrence threw three touchdown passes and ran for a fourth score, and Elias Gates caught two passes for scores for the Golden Falcons.

Tyler Writtenhouse romped for 281 yards and three touchdowns in Monroe Central's 42-6 triumph against Wes-Del. Jansen Blevins added two scores for the Golden Bears.

Zach Mills tallied 229 yards on the ground and five touchdowns as Delta cruised to a 55-20 win over New Castle. Ryley Pease threw for 121 yards and two scores, and Blake Green came up with two interceptions for the Eagles.

Daniel Stephenson caught a touchdown pass, intercepted two passes, including one returned 60 yards for another score, and recovered a fumble, leading Maconqauah to a 49-0 blanking of Taylor. Keron Hullum returned two punts for scores, Luke Hann had a touchdown pass and run, and Mason Silvers recorded 22 tackles for the Braves.

Ben Girton accounted for five touchdowns in Northview's 55-6 decision over South Vermillion. Girton ran for 122 yards and three scores, caught a pass for another tally, and returned a punt 56 yards. Tucker Stewart added 107 yards rushing and two touchdown passes for the Knights.

Jacob Earl Exploded for 224 yards rushing and five touchdowns, leading defending Class 1A state champion North Vermillion to an 81-15 win over Attica.

Gavin Yeskie tossed for 227 yards and three touchdowns, leading Bloomington South to a 31-7 win over Terre Haute South. John Earl Rochell-Manns had two catches for scores, and Sam Helm added 10 tackles for the Panthers.

Trey Powell threw for 297 yards and three touchdowns as Sullivan rolled up 597 yards of offense in a 59-6 decision over Greencastle. Luke Spurlock added two scoring receptions, and Trevor Magill ran for 174 yards and two scores and caught a pass for another tally for the Golden Arrows.

Kyle Shaffer ran for a touchdown and racked up 13 tackles in South Putnam's 22-16 win over West Vigo. Jimmy Ruiter added a scoring catches and pair of two-point conversions for the Eagles.

Mitchell Burton rambled for 213 yards and four touchdowns, lifting Columbus North to a 40-14 triumph against Terre Haute North. Nick Barrett tossed for 124 yards and a touchdown and ran for another tally for T.H. North.

Ryan Hartmann tallied 165 yards on the ground and three touchdowns as Northeastern rolled to a 38-8 win over Centerville. Dylan Benedict had 177 yards through the air and a score for Centerville.

Ben Bertsch recorded 170 yards rushing and four second half touchdowns in Cambridge City Lincoln's 40-26 win over Union County. Nick Cupp tossed for 181 yards and two scoring passes to Brandon Stephens for the Golden Eagles. Cameron Donovan ran for 121 yards and three scores, and Dylan Dearth added 103 yards on the ground for the Patriots.

Drake Richter had 102 yards passing with a touchdown and ran for another score, helping Northfield rally for a 35-12 win over Rochester. Jackson Beery had a scoring catch and run for the Norsemen, who beat Rochester for the first time since 1994.

Ezra Swenson had a pair of touchdowns, including a 60-yard punt return, helping Anderson Prep Academy to a 42-0 blanking of Traders Point Christian.

After scoring a Patoka Lake Conference record seven touchdowns against Paoli, Landon McPheeters ran for 159 yards and three scores in West Washington's 40-0 blanking of Tecumseh. Michael Sizemore added 115 yards rushing and 95 passing for the Senators.

Austin Nevil rushed for 207 yards and three touchdowns, leading North Harrison to a 44-0 win over Eastern (Pekin). Sam best added 154 yards on the ground and two scores for the Cougars.

Devin Denny and Jarett Lewis each surpassed the 100-yard mark in offense as Eastern Hancock cruised to a 42-18 win over North Decatur. Denny had 131 yards and one touchdown, while Lewis added 122 yards passing and one score. Matt Bowman had two rushing scores, and Austin Smith had a touchdown run and catch for the Royals. Evan Smith threw for 120 yards and two scores for the Chargers.

Tyler Meurer completed 4-of-5 passes for 128 yards and one touchdown and ran for two more scores, lifting Linton-Stockton to a 45-0 blanking of North Daviess. Mitch Eberhardt rushed for 103 yards and two scores, and Dylan Morris racked up 23 tackles for the Miners.

Luke Elliott ran for a pair of touchdowns Saturday, helping Eastbrook to a 28-7 win over Mississinewa.

Noah King rambled for 230 yards on the ground and three scores Saturday as Oak Hill downed Elwood, 28-7. Jake Wilson paced Elwood with 126 yards rushing and a touchdown.

Luke Diener accumulated over 300 yards of offense Saturday, leading North White to a 45-6 win over Rockville. Diener threw for 143 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 187 yards and three scores. Jake Quasebarth added two scores for the Vikings.

Dylan Dowling tossed for 161 yards and three touchdowns and also ran for a score Saturday, lifting Alexandria to a 40-27 win over Madison-Grant. Dane Johnson added nine receptions for 121 yards and three scores for the Tigers.

Isaiah Delph ran nine times for 193 yards and three touchdowns Saturday in Frankton's 44-6 triumph over Blackford. Travis McGuire had 141 yards on the ground with a touchdown and threw for 86 yards and o score for the Eagles.

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