The Indiana Football Digest's 2013 Insider Volume XV

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THE INDIANA FOOTBALL DIGEST'S 2013 INSIDER VOLUME XV

BY PAUL CONDRY AND MATT KOPSEA

HIGHS AND LOWS

Here is the last time the following teams started 14-0.

Andrean (first time), Columbus East (first time), and Eastern Hancock (first time).

Longest current losing streaks

Indianapolis Cathedral has won 23 consecutive playoff games.

Andrean, Columbus East, and Eastern Hancock have won 14 games in a row.

HERE'S TO THE WINNERS

Here is the last time the following teams won semistate crowns.

Class 5A: Westfield-12-1 (1992) and Indianapolis Cathedral-9-5 (2012).

Class 4A: F.W. Bishop Dwenger-11-3 (2010) and Columbus East-13-0 (first time).

Class 3A: Andrean-14-0 (2004), Brebeuf Jesuit-11-3 (first time).

Class 2A: Tipton-11-3 (1994) and Cardinal Ritter-11-2 (2012).

Class 1A: Tri-Central-13-1 (first time) and Eastern Hancock-14-0 (1985).

SECTIONAL CHAMPS BY CONFERENCE

Allen County Athletic: South Adams

Big Eight: Jasper

Central Indiana: Oak Hill

Conference Indiana: Southport, Terre Haute North, Bloomington North

Duneland Athletic: Lake Central

Hoosier: West Lafayette, Rensselaer Central, Tipton

Hoosier Crossroads:Westfield

Hoosier Heartland: Tri-Central

Hoosier Heritage: New Palestine

Hoosier Hills: Columbus East

Indiana Crossroads: Indianapolis Ritter, Indianapolis Scecina

Metropolitan Interscholastic: Center Grove, Carmel, Warren Central, Pike

Mid-Indiana Football            : Eastern Hancock

Mid-Southern: Brownstown Central

Mid-State: Whiteland

Midwest: Winamac, Pioneer

Northeast Hoosier: New Haven, Carroll (Fort Wayne)

Northern Indiana: Penn, Mishawaka

Northern Lakes: Concord

Northern State: New Prairie, Jimtown, Bremen

Northwest Crossroads: Andrean

Patoka Lake Athletic: Paoli

Pocket Athletic: Gibson Southern, Southridge

Summit Athletic: Fort Wayne Snider, Fort Wayne Dwenger, Fort Wayne Concordia

Wabash River            : Fountain Central

West Central: South Putnam

Independents: Guerin Catholic, Indianapolis Chatard, Indianapolis Cathedral,             Brebeuf Jesuit, East Chicago Central, Linton-Stockton

REGIONAL CHAMPS

Conference Indiana:Terre Haute North

Hoosier: West Lafayette, Rensselaer Central, Tipton

Hoosier Crossroads: Westfield

Hoosier Heartland: Tri-Central

Hoosier Heritage: New Palestine

Hoosier Hills: Columbus East

Indiana Crossroads: Indianapolis Ritter

Metropolitan Interscholastic: Center Grove, Carmel, Warren Central

Mid-Indiana Football            : Eastern Hancock

Midwest: Winamac

Northern Indiana:Penn

Northern Lakes:Concord

Northwest Crossroads:Andrean

Patoka Lake Athletic: Paoli

Pocket Athletic: Gibson Southern

Summit Athletic: Fort Wayne Dwenger

Independents: Indianapolis Cathedral, Brebeuf Jesuit, East Chicago Central, Linton-Stockton

SEMISTATE CHAMPS

Hoosier: Tipton

Hoosier Crossroads: Westfield

Hoosier Heartland: Tri-Central

Hoosier Hills: Columbus East

Indiana Crossroads: Indianapolis Ritter

Metropolitan Interscholastic: Carmel, Warren Central

Mid-Indiana Football: Eastern Hancock

Northwest Crossroads: Andrean

Summit Athletic: Fort Wayne Dwenger

Independents            : Indianapolis Cathedral, Brebeuf Jesuit.

STATE FINALS

Friday

Class 1A: Tri-Central-Central (13-1) vs. Eastern Hancock (14-0), Noon

Class 3A: Andrean (14-0) vs. Brebeuf Jesuit (11-3), 3:30 p.m.

Class 5A: Westfield (12-1) vs. Indianapolis Cathedral (9-5), 7:05 p.m.

Saturday

Class 2A: Tipton (11-3) vs. Cardinal Ritter (12-2), Noon

Class 4A: F.W. Bishop Dwenger (11-3) vs. Columbus East (14-0), 3:30 p.m.

Class 6A: Carmel (10-3) vs. Warren Central (10-3), 7:05 p.m.

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