THE INDIANA FOOTBALL DIGEST'S HONOR ROLL – 2014 WEEK FIVE
BY PAUL CONDRY AND MATT KOPSEA
Jake Paliga's one-yard touchdown run with nine seconds left helped top-ranked and defending Class 3A state champion Andrean to rally for a 21-17 win over Hobart. Paliga also completed 12-of-18 passes for 143 yards and one score as the 59ers battled back from a 17-0 deficit. John Albomonte had six catches for 112 yards and one score, and Trevor Berg ran for 152 yards and one tally for Andrean, which has now come back from double-digit deficits in the second half two weeks in a row. Jared Zanolla tossed for 109 yards and one touchdown, and Nick Arambula recorded 13 tackles for the Brickies.
Timmy Herrin accounted for more than 350 total yards and six touchdowns in Terre Haute South's 43-35 overtime win over Columbus North. Herrin was 14-of-24 passing for 217 yards and three scores, ran for 162 yards and three tallies, including the game-winning 10-yard romp, and also caught a pass for 22 yards. Justin Jenkins added eight receptions for 153 yards and two scores for the Braves. Tristan Perry finished 18-of-22 for 220 yards passing and four touchdowns, and Weston Moore chipped in five catches for 134 yards and three scores for the Bulldogs.
Connor Mercer's extra-point proved to be the difference as Vincennes Lincoln downed Jasper, 35-34, in overtime. A blocked extra point helped the Alices' improve to 5-0 for the first time since 2003 and avenge a 64-2 loss to Jasper last season. Brandt Nowaskie tossed for 218 yards and three touchdowns, and Tyjuan Hawkins ran for 108 yards and two scores and caught a pass for another tally for Vincennes. Ben Moore rushed 24 times for 133 yards and two touchdowns and added a reception for another score, and Nolan Ahrens threw for 144 yards and two tallies for the Wildcats.
Mykelti Williams scored a pair of touchdowns, leading defending Class 6A state champion Warren Central to a 28-21 win over Indianapolis Ben Davis. Wilmer Cole came up with two interceptions for the Warriors. Kyle Castner threw for 189 yards and three touchdowns, two going to Chris Evans, for the Giants.
Nick Brassell rushed 28 times for 135 yards and two touchdowns, helping New Prairie hold on for a 35-33 win over Jimtown. Tyler Weller ran for 75 yards and one touchdown and threw a pass for another tally, while Jordan Peck chipped in 105 yards rushing for the Cougars. Sam Pawlik set school records by completing 9-of-14 passes for 284 yards and three touchdowns, including a 99-yard strike to Dylan Guldager, which also tied a state record for Jimtown. Guldager finished with a school-best seven catches for 261 yards and three scores. Marquis Schieber added 141 yards passing (5-of-12), two scores, and 12 tackles, while Trevor Hobbs has six receptions for 143 yards and two touchdowns for the Jimmies, who threw for a new school mark of 425 yards. Chris Withrow chipped in 14 tackles for Jimtown.
Luke Johnston added on to his state leading passing total by completing 23-of-30 passes for 355 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Southport to a 38-17 win over Bloomington South. James Wright had five catches for 103 yards, and Cardell Tucker ran for two scores for the Cardinals. Bryce Stancombe tossed for 129 yards and two touchdowns to Keenan Frantz for the Panthers.
Adam Dodson scored a pair of touchdowns, including a 75-yard kickoff return, and recorded 11 tackles, leading John Glenn to a 46-12 win over Triton. Daniel Wallace threw for 154 yards and two scores to Jake Strong, who finished with 138 receiving yards, for the Falcons. Zach Combes added two scores on the ground for Glenn, while Jeremy Jones rushed for 130 yards and a touchdown for Triton.
Ethan Kertai and Mason Leed both ran for over 100 yards as LaVille cruised to a 42-7 win against Knox. Kertai tallied 145 yards and one touchdown, while Leed chipped in 115 yards and three scores for the Lancers.
Max Bortenschlager passed for 144 yards in Indianapolis Cathedral's 27-0 loss to Cincinnati Saint Xavier. It marks the first time the Irish have been shutout since a 19-0 loss to Ben Davis in 2004.
Clayton Cook accounted for 182 yards and three touchdowns, leading Wawasee to 27-21 win over NorthWood. Cook had 66 yards receiving and pair of scores from Gage Reinhard and rushed for 116 yards and one tally. Reinhard finished with 186 yards passing, and Lucas Garza connected on field goals of 36 and 21 yards for the Warriors. Travis Bear ran for two touchdowns and caught a pass for another score for the Panthers. Tanner Cleveland rushed for 134 yards, and Trey Bilinski added 114 yards through the air and one tally for NorthWood.
Chase Andries threw for 274 yards and five touchdowns as Beech Grove cruised to a 60-34 win over Indianapolis Howe. Jamal Brumfield had 181 yards receiving and four touchdowns and ran for a fifth tally for the Hornets. Chris Mundy threw for 322 yards and four touchdowns, and Dontea Henderson caught 10 passes for 146 yards and three scores for Howe.
Logan Justus' 35-yard field goal in the fourth quarter was enough to help Mount Vernon (Fortville) to a 24-21 win over Delta. Jimmy Campbell had 117 yards passing and one touchdown and ran for another score, and Seth Christenson ran and caught a pass for scores for the Marauders. Joe Spegal ran 30 times for 184 yards and two touchdowns for the Eagles.
Jeff Proctor accounted for over 300 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns, lifting Munster to a 59-41 win over Hammond Morton. Proctor ran 11 times for 117 yards and two scores, returned an interception 98 yards for another tally, and took a kickoff back 84 yards for a touchdown. Dom Lucito had eight rushes for 132 yards and two scores, and Adam Ostoich tossed for 110 yards and two tallies for the Mustangs. Mark Snorton had 32 carries for 227 yards and a score, and Nick Przespolewski tossed for 216 yards and a touchdown to Jarrett Dickey for the Governors. Dickey had six catches for 173 yards, and Jerome Donald tallied two touchdowns for Morton.
Ike James rambled for 195 yards and five touchdowns on 19 attempts, leading Lowell to a 45-14 triumph against Highland. Justin Thomas recorded 11 tackles for the Red Devils. Charlie Gerstner ran for 130 yards and two scores for the Trojans.
Jake Mangas completed 25-of-40 passes for 268 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Warsaw to a 24-21 win over Northridge. Riley Rhoades had 10 catches for 157 yards and one score, and Brick Riley added five receptions for 96 yards and one tally for the Tigers. Christian Miller ran for 96 yards and one score, and Cam Ridenour chipped in 92 yards on the ground and one tally for the Raiders.
Will Durchholz tossed three touchdown passes in Evansville Memorial's 35-14 decision over Evansville Bosse. McKinley Warren accounted for 120 total yards and two scores, Peyton Head had two touchdown receptions, and Jackson Jones racked up 12 tackles for the Tigers. Adonis Stewart threw for 142 yards and one score, and Romano Wright recorded 15 tackles for the Bulldogs.
Gavin Bennett's 32-yard touchdown pass from John Hunting in the closing minute lifted Rochester to a 27-26 win over Southwood. Bennett hauled in a 70-yard strike from Hunting earlier in the contest, and Jacob Howdeshell ran for 147 yards and one score for the Zebras. Robbie Colle tossed for 285 yards and four touchdowns for the Knights.
C.J. McCarter found the end zone five times, helping Fort Wayne Bishop Luers to a 69-47 win over Fort Wayne Wayne.. Noah Wezensky was 26-of-32 for 282 yards and one score, and Jeremiah Gaston added 25 carries for 153 yards and two touchdowns for the Knights, who posted their largest point total since 2010. Keion Powers tossed for 179 yards and three touchdowns to Deion Powers for the Generals. Deion Powers finished with five catches for 161 yards, and Austin Yarbro added two scores on the ground for Wayne.
Aiden Smith threw for 142 yards and two touchdowns to Eric Lauer, lifting Carroll (Fort Wayne) to a 20-14 win over East Noble. J.P Anzini added a pair of field goals for the Chargers. Harold Wolfe threw for 142 yards, Dillon Fuller added a touchdown run and pass, and David Salazar racked up 13 tackles for the Knights.
Matt Haley had 10 carries for 103 yards and two touchdowns, leading Indianapolis Bishop Chatard to a 49-0 blanking of defending Class 2A state champion Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter. Brian Ball tossed for 94 yards and two scores, and Eric Smith converted on all seven of his extra-point attempts for the Trojans.
Matt Labus was 10-of-13 through the air for 206 yards and two touchdowns in Guerin Catholic's 61-6 thrashing of Indianapolis Broad Ripple. Carter McGinnis added 105 yards on the ground and three scores, and Brian Matthews had five receptions for 106 yards and one tally for the Golden Eagles. Georg Wills passed for 155 yards and one touchdown for the Rockets.
Joe Phillips rushed for 275 yards and tied a school-record with six touchdowns, leading Elkhart Central to a 55-28 win over South Bend Riley. Phillips tallied runs of 24, 23, 9, 16, 36, and 6 yards to equal the mark first established by Demarco Taylor in 1993. Antwaan Allen threw for 106 yards and added one score on the ground for the Blazers. Reggie Edmerson came up with two touchdowns for the Wildcats.
Tanner Bradley rambled for 225 yards and two touchdowns in Mishawaka's 34-7 win over Fort Wayne North. Bradley has now rushed for 890 yards and 10 touchdowns this season for the Cavemen. Tarik Davis had 10 tackles for the Redskins, who recorded zero first downs.
LeVante Bellamy carried the ball 22 times for school-record 376 yards and six touchdowns as Brebeuf Jesuit rolled to a 48-7 win over Culver Academy. Drew Bevelheimer added field goals of 33 and 28 yards for the Braves.
Cam Northern came off the bench to account for almost 400 total yards and six touchdowns, helping Jeffersonville to a 66-37 win over Floyd Central. Northern ran for 85 yards and five scores and threw for 314 yards and one tally. Jordan Barnett added 96 yards on the ground and two touchdowns for the Red Devils. Gaige Klingsmith rushed for 110 yards and two touchdowns, and Garry Posey added 109 yards on the ground and two scores for the Highlanders. Colton Kimm tossed for 163 yards and one score, and Brady Miles recorded 10 tackles for Floyd Central.
K.J. McCarter completed 6-of-9 passes for 147 yards and two touchdowns, lifting top-ranked and defending Class 4A state champion Columbus East to a 56-0 blanking of New Albany. Markell Jones added nine carries for 132 yards and three scores, and Sam Dwenger racked up 10 tackles for the Olympians.
Luke Melloh accumulated almost 250 total yards and three touchdowns as Noblesville rolled to a 37-13 win over Zionsville. Melloh was 7-of-10 passing for 149 yards and two scores and ran for 92 yards and another tally as the Millers won for the first time in 14 meetings with Zionsville. Jared Yoree added 119 yards rushing, Carl Hardy completed 10-of-11 passes for 111 yards and one score, and Brain McLean caught two passes for 106 yards and one touchdown for Noblesville.
Justin Drudge and Jack Barron both tallied over 100 total yards of offense, good for two touchdowns, in Plymouth's 37-6 win over Elkhart Memorial. Drudge ran for a score and caught a pass for another tally, while Barron passed and rushed for touchdowns for the Rockies. Keelan McNeal tossed for 100 yards and a touchdown for the Chargers.
Austin Fleming ran for two touchdowns, caught a pass for another score, and recorded 11 tackles and three quarterback sacks, lifting Rensselaer Central to a 57-14 win over Twin Lakes. Rylan Arihood carried the ball 25 times for 196 yards and four touchdowns, and Dylan Wright threw for 108 yards and one score for the Bombers.
Elvin Caldwell rushed the football 29 times for 196 yards and three touchdowns, leading Westfield to a 34-20 win over Hamilton Southeastern. Ryan Pepiot tossed for 241 yards and ran for one score, Ben Lotfalian had nine catches for 141 yards, and Nick Dowd booted field goals of 38 and 32 yards for the Shamrocks. Carter Posey threw for 273 yards and one touchdown and ran for another score, Chris Ford had 11 receptions for 122 yards, and Curtis Goss rushed for 101 yards and one tally for the Royals.
Brandon Scott had 120 yards rushing and two touchdowns, including the game-winning 10-yard scamper in the fourth quarter, helping Lake Central slip past LaPorte, 20-13. Charles Salary carried the football 43 times for 269 yards and two touchdowns, and Casey Cornett kicked field goals of 33 and 22 yards for LaPorte.
Landon Harris ran for 100 yards and Nash Woods returned an interception 22 yards for a touchdown in Churubusco's 35-6 win over Prairie Heights.
Austin Rinker ran for 85 yards and two touchdowns as Leo cruised to a 28-8 win over South Adams.
Harrison Price connected on 11-of-14 passes for 189 yards and three touchdowns to Will Chrisman, lifting DeKalb to a 33-29 win over Columbia City. Chrisman had seven receptions for 163 yards as the Barons snapped an 11-game Northeast Hoosier Conference losing skid. Braden Myer ran for 118 yards and two scores for the Eagles.
Branson Dossen tossed for 130 yards and two touchdowns and also hauled in an interception in Heritage's 21-10 decision over Adams Central. Justyn Hart ran for a score and also came up with a fumble recovery and interception for the Patriots.
Cole Stiegleman ran 18 times for 131 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winning 48-yard run with 45 seconds left, helping Jay County rally for a 54-50 win over Bluffton. Levi Stant added 109 yards and two scores for the Patriots. D'Wayne Eskridge ran for 163 yards and three scores and caught a pass for another tally, and Jacob Wenger passed for 191 yards and one tally for the Tigers.
Mitchell VanBrocklin rushed for 133 yards and three touchdowns, guiding Woodlan to a 43-12 win over Bowman Academy. Shane Kitzmiller added 100 yards on the ground and one score, and Jordan Delagrange recorded 11 tackles for the Warriors. Iziah Cole accounted 200 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns for the Eagles.
Zach Baughman's 83-yard interception return for a touchdown with 1:02 remaining helped Whitko to a 30-24 win over Wabash. Tanner Hughes added 148 yards rushing and one score for the Wildcats. Chase Ding passed for 255 yards and three scores and also ran for 101 yards, and Grant Ding had eight receptions for 138 yards and two tallies for the Apaches.
Artie Equihua racked up almost 200 yards of offense, leading Crown Point to a 21-7 win over Portage. Equihua had 25 carries for 123 yards and one touchdown and threw for 74 yards and another tally. Nathan Cherry had 101 total yards and one score for Portage, which is 0-5 for the first time since 1976.
Parker Phelps rolled up almost 300 yards of offense in Muncie Central's 41-21 win over Huntington North. Phelps carried the ball 23 times for 225 yards and three touchdowns and caught two passes for 70 yards and two scores. Trenton Hatfield tossed for 100 yards and two touchdowns for the Bearcats. Lucas Long threw for 191 yards and two scores, and Adam Woods ran for 99 yards for the Vikings.
Conner Dove passed for 195 yards and one score and ran for another touchdown as Eastside held on for a 21-20 win against Garrett. P.J. Dean chipped in 196 yards on the ground and one score, and Jesse Eck hauled in four passes for 133 yards and one score for the Blazers, who stopped a two-point by Garrett in the closing seconds. Caleb Cook added 13 tackles for Eastside. Bo Davis had 131 yard rushing and one touchdown to go along with 13 tackles, and Tanner Burns threw for 114 yards and one tally for the Railroaders.
Landon Durnell's one-yard run with 1:49 remaining lifted Homestead to a 38-35 win over Bellmont. Logan Orsmby passed for 346 yards and three touchdowns, and Ben Skowronke added eight catches for 111 yards for the Spartans. Austin Krider had seven receptions for 114 yards, and John Lark chipped in five catches for 108 yards for Homestead. Josh Brune ran for 101 yards and three touchdowns for the Braves.
Quinton Harris scored four touchdowns as Calumet improved to 5-0 for the first time in program history with a 39-20 win over Hammond Bishop Noll. Kobe Fowler ran 26 times for 183 yards and two scores for the Warriors. Nick Thrasher passed for 101 yards and one touchdown for Bishop Noll.
Garrett Schoenle tossed for 230 yards and two touchdowns, leading Fort Wayne Northrop to a 34-7 win against Fort Wayne South. Jason Ash added 105 yards rushing and three scores for the Bruins, who rewarded Jason Doeffler with his first coaching victory. Teryl King returned a kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown for the Archers.
Money Woods rambled for 197 yards and three touchdowns, guiding Fort Wayne Snider to a 48-25 win over Fort Wayne Concordia. Isaac Stiebling threw for 118 yards and two scores, and Jesse Bates came up with two interceptions for the Panthers. Daniel Sparks tossed for 218 yards and two scores, and C.J. Morris had 10 catches for 142 yards and one tally for the Cadets.
Nishawn Jones recorded 140 yards rushing and a touchdown in New Haven's 14-7 win over Norwell. Adam Hoffer added 13 tackles for the Bulldogs. Piercen Harnish passed for 125 yards and ran for 11 yards and one score for the Knights.
Brock Noe accounted for almost 200 total yards and three touchdowns, lifting Central Noble to a 47-0 win over Fremont. Noe ran for 121 yards and two scores and passed for 60 yards and another tally.
Wyatt Snyder found the end zone twice as Monroe Central upset top-ranked and defending Class 1A state champion Tri-Central, 26-20. Logan Conklin threw for 127 yards and one score, and Sam Nash added 128 yards rushing and one touchdown on 10 attempts for the Golden Bears. Cody Howell passed for 101 yards and one score and ran for another tally, and Lake Baumiller recovered a pair of fumbles, returning one of them 20 yards for a touchdown, for the Trojans.
Leland Bowling scored a pair of touchdowns in Lewis Cass' 28-7 win over Peru. Owen Ohman added 88 yards passing and one score for the Kings.
Jeron Gray and Bo Baker combined for more than 350 yard rushing and six touchdowns, leading Kokomo to a 49-7 win over Lafayette Jeff. Gray ran 17 times for 227 yards and four scores, while Baker added nine carries for 95 yards and two scores.
Trey Richmond was 7-of-9 for 125 yards and three touchdowns as Northwestern used a 42-point second quarter outburst to cruise to a 42-7 win over Taylor.
Cody Hicks had 146 yards on the ground and two touchdowns, helping Maconaquah battle back for a 25-21 win over Western. Luke Hahn completed 10-of-11 passes for 155 yards and one scores as the Braves erased a 21-0 deficit. Tyler Knepley tossed for 126 yards and a touchdown for the Panthers.
Garrett Slatcoff accounted for three touchdowns, two rushing and another passing, lifting Chesterton to a 23-7 win over Valparaiso. Jon Steiner recorded 16 tackles and Sean Curtis added 12 stops for Valparaiso.
Dayne Keller tossed for 173 yards and one touchdown, leading Castle to a 35-6 win over Evansville Central. Noah McLean had six catches for 100 yards, and Christian Peach ran for two scores for the Knights. Isaiah Kemper had 28 carries for 127 yards, and Josh Degenhart booted a pair of field goals for the Bears.
Malik Higgins tallied 105 yards of offense, good for four touchdowns, helping Evansville Reitz roll to a 56-6 win over Evansville Harrison. Evan Deig completed 9-of-13 passes for 203 yards and two touchdowns to Nate Hanson, and Will Brown racked up 10 tackles for the Panthers.
Levi Nelson ran for 200 yards and one touchdown in West Noble's 40-20 win over Fairfield. Bradley Martin added three scores on the ground and six catches for 102 yards, and Waylon Richardson tossed for 147 yards and one touchdown and ran for another tally for the Chargers. Mitch DeWitt passed for 100 yards and one score and rushed for another touchdown for the Falcons.
Andrew Risner scampered 14 times for 113 yards and four touchdowns, helping Winamac to a 63-7 win over Tri-County. Parker Fox completed 8-of-11 passes for 188 yards and two scores for the Warriors, who outgained the Cavaliers, 511-137. Mitch Reed recorded 15 tackles, and Caleb Bucinski and Wyatt Spence racked up 11 stops apiece for Winamac.
Josh Bickel tallied 100 yards rushing and two touchdowns, guiding Northfield to a 40-22 win over Tippecanoe Valley. Jarred Short added two scores on the ground, and Carter Frieden passed for 106 yards and one tally for the Norsemen. Garrett Bell recorded two rushing touchdowns and 13 tackles, while Alec Craig threw for 159 yards and ran for a score for the Vikings.
Cullen Fisher tossed for 263 yards and three touchdowns and also ran for two scores in Concord's 55-7 win over Goshen. Luke Simon added 102 yards receiving and one score, and Jarrell Pointdexter had two touchdowns, including a 73-yard punt return, for the Minutemen.
Grant Klockow rumbled for 142 yards and one score as Bremen slipped past Culver, 30-20. Matt Box threw for 111 yards and three touchdowns, including two to Ryan Topper, for the Lions. Preston Hansel tossed for 127 yards and two scores to John Robbins and also ran for 80 yards and one tally for the Cavaliers.
Brendan Connelly ran 14 times for 82 yards and two touchdowns, leading South Bend St. Joseph to a 17-6 win over South Bend Adams. Brendan Chappell-Cromartie added a fumble recovery and interception for the Indians.
Jacob Whitfield tallied 144 yards rushing and four touchdowns, lifting Mishawaka Marian to a 28-6 win over South Bend Washington. Tyler White threw for 188 yards and one score for Washington.
Tyler Carpenter rushed for two scores as Penn used a balanced attack to cruise to a 56-6 win over South Bend Clay. Camden Bohn added a touchdown pass and run for the Kingsmen, who accumulated over 450 total yards of offense.
Justin Mourning tallied 113 yards rushing and two touchdowns and passed for a third score, guiding Indianapolis Shortridge to a 32-18 victory against Indianapolis Marshall. Gerald Garrett ran 17 times for 124 yards and threw for a score for Marshall.
Zach Eaton was 15-of-23 through the air for 296 yards and three touchdowns, leading Fishers to a 49-14 win over Brownsburg. Maurice Campbell added 24 rushes for 158 yards and three touchdowns, Chris Thomas had four catches for 123 yards and two scores, and Simeon Foster tallied four receptions for 118 yards for the Tigers. Toks Akinribade ran 23 times for 167 yards and two touchdowns, and Hunter Johnson tossed for 111 yards for the Bulldogs.
Tristen Tonte ran for 111 yards and one score and passed for 74 yards and another tally, lifting Perry Meridian to a 27-20 win over Franklin Central. Chris Arnold had 112 yards on the ground for Franklin Central.
Josh LaRue was 20-of-25 passing for 249 yards and three touchdowns in Martinsville's 42-28 win against Franklin. John Zloty had six receptions for 115 yards and two scores, and Trey Denton added nine catches for 102 yards for the Artesians. Nolan Lavender chipped in 104 yards rushing and two scores for Martinsville. Jacob Stevenson paced the Grizzly Cubs with 246 yards on the ground and four touchdowns.
Tanner Skeel tossed for 110 yards and one touchdown and ran for another tally, leading Greenwood to a 21-10 decision over Plainfield. Jacob Maple added three catches for 103 yards and one score, and Jon Gallman carried the ball 33 times for 134 yards and a touchdown for the Woodmen. Colin Nysewander threw for 159 yards and one score for the Quakers.
Dokken Egenolf had 15 carries for 154 yards and five touchdowns and caught a pass for another score, helping Indian Creek cruise to a 63-7 win over Brown County. Gynson Robley completed 10-of-11 passes for 177 yards and three scores for the Braves.
James Young ran 23 times for 151 yards and four touchdowns in New Palestine's 56-7 thrashing of Pendleton Heights. Alex Neligh was 8-of-12 through the air for 202 yards and three scores for the Dragons. Jarrod Hubble tossed for 188 yards for the Arabians.
Casey Gore tossed for 172 yards and one score and ran for another touchdown, lifting Indianapolis Roncalli to a 41-7 win against Indianapolis Scecina. Nate Fries added 81 yards rushing and three touchdowns for the Rebels. Austin Cox threw for 107 yards and one score for the Crusaders.
Dylan Musgrove had 85 yards on the ground and a touchdown as Cascade got into the win column with a 14-6 decision over Cloverdale.
Jake Hendershot passed for 191 yards and three touchdowns in Tri-West's 37-6 win against North Montgomery. Judd Grubb had three catches for 111 yards and two scores, and Wes Cook ran 13 times for 124 yards and two tallies for the Bruins. Baylee Adams tossed for 112 yards and a touchdown for the Chargers.
Grant Weatherford had six catches for 157 yards and three touchdowns, lifting Hamilton Heights to a 34-8 decision over Eastern (Greentown). Ethan Jones was 9-of-13 passing for 215 yards and three scores for the Huskies.
Gerald Doaks carried the football 29 times for 281 yards and four touchdowns, helping Lawrence Central rally for a 45-35 win against Indianapolis Pike. Brian Haas added 154 yards passing for the Bears. Beau Trudeau threw for 255 yards and two touchdowns, Chris Collins finished with 132 yards rushing and two scores, and Rashad Medaris had 11 catches for 153 yards for the Red Devils.
Brandon Peters tossed for 193 yards and two touchdowns and ran for two more scores in Avon's 38-12 win over Whiteland. Andrew Griffin caught two passes for scores for the Orioles. Jace Carpenter paced the Warriors with 130 total yards, good for a touchdown run and pass.
Before leaving with an injury, D.J. Wilkins completed 23-of-29 passes for 279 yards and five touchdowns, lifting Merrillville to a 27-6 win over Michigan City. Jonathan Robinson added seven catches for 156 yards and two scores for the Pirates, who have now beaten Michigan City 15 straight times.
Evan Stewart ran 25 times for 198 yards and two touchdowns as Boone Grove downed previously unbeaten Hanover Central, 20-9.
Ethan Young had 27 carries for 279 yards and five touchdowns, helping Whiting roll to a 41-7 win over Lake Station. Stuart Glascow added 122 yards passing and one score on the ground for the Oilers, who racked up 461 total yards.
Bryce Spegal tallied 142 yards on the ground and four touchdowns on 20 attempts, leading Eastern Hancock to a 56-7 win over Knightstown. Austin Lacy was 12-of-17 passing for 176 yards and two touchdowns, and Cooper Henderson had six catches for 100 yards and one score for the Royals. Zach Fields recorded 14 tackles for Knightstown.
Darrick Webster racked up 109 total yards, good for three touchdowns, lifting Kankakee Valley to a 35-10 win over Griffith. Riley Fisher recorded 10 tackles for the Kougars. Troy Cullen had 107 yards of offense and one score, and Jacob Cottrell tallied 10 tackles for the Panthers.
Kelsey Kirkland ran the football nine times for 152 yards and two touchdowns and recorded 10 tackles, guiding Northeastern to a 70-8 win over Tri. Tyler Sandlin had 98 yards of offense and three scores, Joey Claypoole completed both of his passes for 95 yards and two scores, and Petey McDaniel racked up 12 tackles for the Knights.
Cam Myers and Luke Stroup combined for 289 yards rushing and five touchdowns in Madison-Grant's 34-33 win over Eastbrook. Myers had 18 carries for 144 yards and three scores, while Stroup added 22 rushes for 141 yards and two scores as well as 24 tackles on defense for the Argylls. Luke Elliott had 23 rushes for 99 yards and two touchdowns and 15 tackles, while Zach Martin scored twice for the Panthers.
Nathaniel Bye threw for 172 yards and three touchdowns, lifting Western Boone to a 28-13 win over Danville. Riggs Baxter added a scoring run and catch, and Clay Biesecker chipped in 12 tackles for the Stars.
Lucas Schilling combined for more than 200 yards of offense and three touchdowns in Manchester's 34-33 win against North Miami. Schilling tossed for 150 yards and two scores and ran for 61 yards and another tally. Thad Miller racked up 22 tackles, while Cole Isbell and Jacob Casper added 13 stops apiece for the Squires. Jacob Casper had 11 rushes for 119 yards and two scores for the Warriors.
Mikey Kidwell was 14-of-16 for 238 yards and four touchdowns, leading West Lafayette to a 55-0 blanking of Tipton/. Kidwell also ran four times for 60 yards and one score, and Ryan Kim added two scores on the ground for West Lafayette. Spencer Ronchetto hauled in seven passes for 146 yards and two touchdowns, Jonah Williams added five catches for 84 yards and two scores, and Nate Merriott racked up 10 tackles for the Red Devils.
Parker Fritz proved to be a force on both sides of the field with 18 rushes for 220 yards and five touchdowns as well as 15 tackles in West Central's 52-14 thrashing of South Newton. Nate Neeley was 5-of-8 through the air for 224 yards and two scores for the Trojans who tallied 568 yards of offense. John Dafcik recorded 202 total yards and one score for the Rebels.
J.J. Myers and Dalton Hatcher both surpassed the 100-yard mark rushing as Shenandoah downed Heritage Christian, 34-26. Myers had 21 carries for 175 yards and two touchdowns, and Hatcher added 25 rushes for 185 yards and two scores.
Justin Mersch ran 11 times for 130 yards and four touchdowns, helping Pioneer to a 49-14 decision over North Judson. Sam Kiser added 124 yards through the air and a score on the ground for the Panthers.
Jaden Rhea scampered 23 times for 189 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Monrovia to a 44-25 win over Speedway. Garrison Lee chipped in 18 carries for 122 yards and two scores, and Nolan Wicks recorded 11 tackles for the Bulldogs. Chris Valentine tossed for 140 yards and two touchdowns to Sam Ahrens, who also tallied 12 tackles for the Sparkplugs.
Cody Wright went 10-of-10 passing for 161 yards and four touchdowns as North Vermillion rolled to a 63-0 win against Riverton Parke. Jacob Earl had five rushes for 126 yards and three touchdowns, Ethan Lee added two catches for 77 yards and two scores, and Corey Davis racked up 13 tackles for the Falcons.
Mitch Eberhardt's three rushes for 125 yards resulted in three touchdowns in Linton-Stockton's 66-13 pasting of Springs Valley. Chad Trent completed 5-of-7 passes for 121 yards and two scores, and Tyler Meurer added two touchdowns for the Miners.
Blake Elming rambled 18 times for 260 yards and four touchdowns, leading McCutcheon to a 49-19 drubbing of Logansport. Tyler Packard added 108 yards on the ground and one score, and Lukas Robinson tallied 14 stops for the Mavericks. Ryan Schrock racked up 271 total yards and one touchdown, and Bailey Craven recorded 12 tackles for the Berries.
Nick Sellers went 12-of-13 for 172 yards and two touchdowns and ran nine times for 65 yards and three scores in Gibson Southern's 70-10 thrashing of Princeton. John Kossel chipped in eight carries for 118 yards and one score, and Nick Bengert added two trips to the end zone for the Titans.
Dakota Manion caught two passes for 72 yards and one touchdown and recorded 10 tackles and three quarterback sacks, helping Lafayette Harrison to 45-0 blanking of Anderson. Jdan Sturgeon was 11-of-15 through the air for 150 yards and one touchdown, Cameron Green added nine catches for 109 yards, and Daniel Wright ran for three scores for the Raiders.
Evan Hodges ran 22 times for 204 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score, lifting Alexandria to a 35-6 win over Frankton. Blaize Kelly tossed for 162 yards and two scores, and Sam McDermit added 12 tackles for the Tigers. Brayden Ginder accounted for 116 yards passing and one score, Isaiah Delah rushed for 132 yards, and Dallas Blevins racked up 12 tackles for the Eagles.
Logan Harmeson threw for 227 yards and three touchdowns to Austin Durham, leading Attica to a 39-26 win over Fountain Central. Durham had nine catches for 145 yards, and Carson Davis ran seven times for 107 yards and two scores for the Red Ramblers. Koby Pierce passed for 306 yards and three scores, Ethan Woodrow had eight catches for 88 yards and two touchdowns, and Collin Strange had 18 carries for 100 yards and one score for the Mustangs.
Jack Smith passed for 246 yards and three touchdowns, guiding Bloomington North to a 28-7 win against Terre Haute North. Holden Jastremski added two catches for scores for the Cougars.
Jacob Wilson caught six passes for 182 yards and three touchdowns and added another score on the ground as Brownstown Central cruised to a 35-13 win over North Harrison. Clay Brown was 16-of-23 for 302 yards and three scores for the Braves.
Michael Viktrop accounted for 190 total yards and three touchdowns in Carmel's 42-20 win against Lawrence North. Viktrop was 6-of-7 passing for 90 yards and two scores and rushed five times for 100 yards and one tally. Shakir Paschall added two scores on the ground for the Greyhounds.
Lannis Buck went 7-of-10 for 138 yards and two touchdowns and added one more on the ground, leading Corydon Central to a 53-10 win over Eastern (Pekin). Josh Allen carried the ball 21 times for 146 yards and three scores for the Panthers.
Logan Wilkerson threw for 132 yards and a score, lifting Heritage Hills to a 21 win against North Posey. Sean Schaefer added two rushing touchdowns, and Jacob Wilson recorded 12 tackles for the Patriots. James Marshall tallied 237 total yards and one score, and Lance Inkenbrandt racked up 12 tackles for the Vikings.