The Indiana Football Digest's Honor Roll -- 2014 Week Four

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THE INDIANA FOOTBALL DIGEST'S HONOR ROLL – 2014 WEEK FOUR

BY PAUL CONDRY AND MATT KOPSEA

TOP PERFORMERS

Dane Keller threw for 330 yards and seven touchdowns in Castle's 60-0 blanking of Evansville Bosse. Noah Mclean had seven receptions for 106 yards and two scores, while Christian Peach and Evan Watkins also caught a pair of touchdown passes for the Knights. Raymond Garnett and Jalen Fox recorded 13 tackles apiece for Bosse.

Blake Bennington passed for 174 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 101 yards and two more scores, leading Twin Lakes to a record-breaking 64-34 win over Delphi. Caleb Page rushed nine times for 122 yards and one score and also recorded 11 tackles, while Kris Goodlow added nine carries for 168 yards and one touchdown for the Indians, who set new records for points in a game (64), yards rushing (533), and total yards (719). Bryce Bennington chipped in three catches for 149 yards and two scores for Twin Lakes. Westin Windell threw for 333 yards and three touchdowns, two going to Treavor Cox, and Clint Rude ran for two touchdowns for the Oracles.

Trevor Berg rushed for 161 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winning 11-yard scamper with 2:52 remaining, helping top-ranked and defending Class 3A state champion Andrean rally for a 24-20 win over Munster. Jake Paliga added 158 yards passing and one score for the 59ers, who trailing 20-10 entering the fourth quarter. Adam Ostoich threw for 197 yards and two touchdowns, and Zach Pickett tallied seven receptions for 150 yards and two scores for the Mustangs.

Blake Elming ran the football 17 times for 334 yards and five touchdowns, leading McCutcheon to 42-21 win over Kokomo. Lukas Robinson tallied 13 tackles, Tre'Shon Heard added 12 stops, and Parker Caldwell had 11 tackles for the Mavericks. Bo Baker had a touchdown catch and run for the Wildkats.

Chris Perkins had 17 carries for 137 yards and three touchdowns in Carmel's 48-21 win against Indianapolis Pike. Michael Viktrup added 122 yards passing with two scores and another on the ground for the Greyhounds, who tallied 468 total yards. Beau Trudeau threw for 364 yards and three touchdowns for Pike. Johnny William had six receptions for 119 yards and one score, and Rashid Medaris added 13 catches for 115 yards and one tally for the Red Devils.

Kyle Castner passed for 308 yards and a touchdown to Chris Evans as Ben Davis rolled to a 28-0 win over Center Grove. Evans finished with seven catches for 100 yards and also ran for a score, and Dorian Tate added 16 carries for 110 yards and two touchdowns for the Giants. Joey Siderewicz tossed for 137 yards for the Trojans.

Tirone Young ran for 118 yards and two touchdowns and caught a pass from Jordan Leach for another tally in Warren Central's 41-22 triumph over Lawrence Central. Leach had a pair of throws for scores, and Jay Coe rushed for 111 yards for the Warriors. Brian Haas tossed for 134 yards, and Gerrid Dokes ran for two touchdowns for the Bears.

Camden Bohn combined for more than 250 yards of offense Saturday, good for three touchdowns, lifting Penn to a 37-17 win over Fort Wayne Snider. Bohn ran 13 times for 113 yards and one score and tossed for 152 yards and two tallies. Nate Miller chipped in three catches for 100 yards and one score, and Casey Smith returned an interception 94 yards for a touchdown for the Kingsmen. Isaac Stiebeling rushed for 135 yards and one touchdown and tossed for 92 yards for the Panthers.

Rylan Arihood accounted for 150 total yards and six touchdowns in Rensselaer Central's 77-0 blanking of Tipton. Arihood ran the ball 10 times for 88 yards and five scores and caught three passes for 62 yards and one tally. Dylan Wright chipped in 152 yards through the air and two scores for the Bombers, who rolled up 611 total yards.

Cam Eveland and Matt Friar both returned interceptions for touchdowns, leading Plymouth to a 35-19 win over Northridge. Jack Barron threw a pair of touchdown passes to Justin Drudge and also ran for a score, while Taylor Fulton added 107 yards rushing for the Rockies. Payton Carson scored twice for the Raiders, including a 40-yard interception return for the Raiders.

John Gallman ran the ball 28 times for 205 yards and five touchdowns as Greenwood downed Mooresville, 38-26. Alex Fabert tallied 228 yards passing and three touchdowns, two going to Riley Swatts, and Tyler Early caught eight passes for 131 yards for Mooresville.

Max Bortenschlager tossed for 143 yards and two touchdowns Saturday, helping defending Class 5A state champion Indianapolis Cathedral to a 28-20 victory over Indianapolis Bishop Chatard. Caleb Cross added 23 carries for 114 yards and one score for the Irish, who allowed only 17 yards on the ground. Brian Ball threw for 109 yards and two touchdowns, while Anthony Larose and Brian Hannon tallied 12 and 10 tackles respectively for the Trojans.

Jacob Whitfield ran for 148 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Mishawaka Marian to a 28-20 win over South Bend Clay. Anthony Blum added a 90-yard fumble recovery for a score for the Knights. Anthony Taborn rambled for 152 yards and one touchdown, and Davendrick Hall added a 66-yard reception and 85-yard punt return for scores for the Colonials. Isreal Mitchell threw for 126 yards and one score for Clay.

Ethan Young proved to be a workhorse with 40 carries for 245 yards and four touchdowns in Whiting's 27-10 win over Wheeler. Martin Petruf chipped in 11 tackles and three interceptions, Ruby Becerra added 14 stops, and Mitchell Alicea had 11 tackles for the Oilers.

Andrew Risner accumulated 170 yards on the ground and two touchdowns, leading Winamac to a 47-6 decision over South Newton. Parker Fox added two rushing scores and one through the air, while Matt Shorter returned a kickoff 78 yards and a punt 42 yards for scores for the Warriors, who allowed just 99 total yards.

Darian Phillips completed 5-of-9 passes for 102 yards and three touchdowns as Mishawaka rolled to a 55-20 win over South Bend Riley. Phillips also ran for two scores and threw a pair of scores to Jacob Schmatz. Tanner Bradley added 21 carries for 189 yards and two scores for the Cavemen, who tallied 433 total yards. Tyler Schweiss tossed for 289 yards and three touchdowns, and Reontre Lawrence added four catches for 135 yards and two scores for the Wildcats.

Tommy Waites rushed 16 times for 171 yards and one touchdown, leading defending Class 2A state champion Cardinal Ritter to a 35-14 win over Speedway. Waites also had 10 tackles, Andre Guy ran for two scores, and Jeffrey Cmehil added two scores on the ground and 116 yards passing for the Raiders. Jacob Jones carried the football 21 times for 163 yards and two scores, and Sam Ahrens racked up 10 tackles for the Sparkplugs.

Ethan Darter passed for 150 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Lake Central to a 27-13 win over previously unbeaten Crown Point. Antwan Davis added a scoring pass and catch for the Indians. Artie Equihua had 20 carries for 167 yards and one score for Crown Point. Billy Bernhardt and Nawwaf Elayyan recorded 13 tackles each and Dallas McRae added 11 stops for the Bulldogs.

Luke Melloh recorded 111 total yards, including the game-clinching three-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter as Noblesville claimed a 17-12 win over Westfield. Jarel Youree chipped in four rushes for 72 yards and seven catches for 70 yards for the Millers. Elvin Caldwell ran for 134 yards and one score, and Ryan Pepiot tossed for 169 yards for the Shamrocks. Nick Dowd booted a pair of 42-yard field goals for Westfield.

D.J. Wilkins passed for 142 yards and two touchdowns to Johnathan Robinson, helping Merrillville post a 20-15 win over Portage. Robinson also ran for a score for the Pirates. Nathan Cherry racked up 202 yards on the ground and two scores, including a 93-yard fumble return, for the Indians.

Oliver Page completed 7-of-11 attempts for 152 yards and ran 17 times for 118 yards, helping South Bend St. Joseph to a 25-14 win over Elkhart Central. Mark Madden had four receptions for 117 yards, and Brendan Connelly added two scores on the ground for the Indians. Joe Phillips ran for two touchdowns, and Antwaan Allen tossed for 112 yards for the Blazers.

Tanner Burns threw for 211 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a third tally in Garrett's 32-0 blanking of Lakeland. Bryit Sumner added 113 yards rushing and one score, and Bo Davis recorded 11 tackles for the Railroaders.

Jacob Howdeshell tallied 122 yards rushing and one touchdown, leading Rochester to a 26-0 shutout over Northfield. Connor McLochlin recorded 11 tackles and two quarterback sacks for the Zebras.

Cullen Fisher accumulated over 250 yards of offense, good for five touchdowns, helping Concord cruise to a 44-21 win over Wawasee. Fisher threw for 185 yards and two scores and ran for 82 yards and three more tallies. Jerrell Pointdexter added seven catches for 151 yards and two scores for the Minutemen. Gage Reinhard passed for 170 yards and one touchdown and ran for another score for the Warriors.

Robbie Cole recorded over 300 total yards and four touchdowns in Southwood's 58-29 win over Tippecanoe Valley. Cole tossed for 203 yards and two scores and rushed for 92 yards and two touchdowns. Nathan Hollars added 31 carries for 182 yards and three scores, Danny Goff had seven catches for 124 yards and one tally, and Johnny Jones racked up 13 tackles for the Knights. Garrett Bell rushed for two touchdowns for the Vikings, who are 0-4 for the first time in program history.

Tyler Weller and Nick Brassell both surpassed the 100-yard mark rushing as New Prairie rolled to a 56-33 win over Culver. Weller had eight carries for 122 yards and two scores and also caught a pass Brassell for another tally. Brassell finished with 113 yards and one score on 11 attempts, while Daniel Cinal had 13 tackles for the Cougars. Preston Hansel threw for 234 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 241 yards and two scores for the Cavaliers.

Zach Combes ran for 109 yards and two touchdowns and also grabbed a pair of interceptions, helping Glenn to a 25-7 win over LaVille. Colton Taylor racked up 10 tackles for the Falcons, while Ethan Kertai rushed for 107 yards for the Lancers.

Grant Klockow and Brett Louderback combined for over 300 yards rushing and four touchdowns as Bremen rolled to 34-13 victory over Triton. Klockow had 199 yards and two scores, while Louderback added 102 yards and two tallies for the Lions. Jeremy Jones rushed for 176 yards and two touchdowns for the Trojans.

Nik Olson ran for three touchdowns in Jimtown's 55-0 shutout over Knox. Max Maygar added two scores on the ground for the Jimmies.

Jake Mangas tossed for 134 yards and two touchdowns in Warsaw's 24-0 blanking of Elkhart Memorial.

Cameron Greene and Daniel Wright both surpassed the 100-yard rushing mark, leading Lafayette Harrison to a 33-14 win over Lafayette Jeff. Green tallied 127 yards and three touchdowns, while Wright accumulated 169 yards and two scores. Dakota Manion added 11 tackles for the Raiders. Brandon Gawlik had a touchdown run and pass for the Bronchos.

Travis Bear ran for a touchdown and two-point conversion, booted a 31-yard field goal, and connected on four extra-points as NorthWood downed Goshen, 39-14. Tanner Cleveland ran for 133 yards and two scores, and Trey Bilinski was 15-of-17 through the air for 22 yards and one touchdown for the Panthers.  Derek DeMeyer threw for 145 yards and one touchdown and ran for another tally, while Jordan Holley recorded 17 tackles for the Redskins.

Gaige Klingsmith rushed 31 times for 140 yards and three touchdowns, guiding Floyd Central to a 43-7 win over Seymour. Colton Kimm added 149 yards through the air and one score for the Highlanders.

Avery Beeks found the end zone twice as Chesterton posted a 17-13 win over LaPorte. Charles Salary carried the football 39 times for 273 yards and two touchdowns for LaPorte.

Triston Perry passed for 132 yards and an 11-yard touchdown strike to Weston Moore, leading Columbus North to a 7-0 win over Franklin Central. Aaron Austin ran for 108 yards, and Chris Arnold recorded 110 total yards for Franklin Central.

Gabe Brooks rushed 29 times for 157 yards and two touchdowns as South Bend Adams blanked South Bend Washington, 22-0. Brooks added a reception for another score from Collin Glick, who tossed for 108 yards for the Eagles. Pedro Andrade had three of Adams' five interceptions.

Zach Eaton was 15-of-18 through the air for 128 yards and three touchdowns in Fishers' 41-10 thrashing of rival Hamilton Southeastern. Maurice Campbell added 19 rushes for 190 yards and two scores for the Tigers. Carter Poiry threw for 114 yards, and Aaron Matio rushed 24 times for 142 yards and one touchdown for the Royals.

Ben Moore ran for 114 yards and two touchdowns, helping Jasper to a 24-14 win over Heritage Hills. Noah Ahrens chipped in 134 yards passing and one score for the Wildcats. Logan Wilkerson accumulated 104 total yards with a scoring pass and run, and Caleb Mulzer had 10 tackles for the Patriots.

Aryan Cain-Veasey scampered for 245 yards and two touchdowns in Michigan City's 21-14 double-overtime victory against Valparaiso. Cevin Crawford's 15-yard scoring pass from James Henrich III proved to be the winner for the Wolves, who snapped an 11-game Duneland Conference losing streak.

Matt Lebus completed 10-of-15 passes for 183 yards and two touchdowns as Guerin Catholic cruised to a 38-6 win over Indianapolis Howe. Carter McGinnis ran for 107 yards and two scores, and Arion Shinaver added six catches for 111 yards and one tally for the Golden Eagles. Dontae Henderson threw for 186 yards and one touchdown, and Jerron McGraw caught 10 passes for 137 yards and one score for Howe.

Conner Craig and Neil Messmer ran for two touchdowns apiece, leading Southridge to a 28-20 win over North Posey. James Marshall passed for 260 yards and two scores and ran for 95 yards and another tally for North Posey. Lance Ikenbrandt added two scoring catches and 14 tackles, Derek Lindaver tallied 11 tackles, and Cale O'Risky had 10 stops for the Vikings.

Dustin Lindley scored a pair of touchdowns, including a 40-yard interception return, in Hanover Central's 28-0 blanking of River Forest.

Quinton Harris racked up 347 total yards and three touchdowns, lifting Calumet to a 41-13 win over North Newton. Harris had 18 rushes for 205 yards and two scores and threw for 142 yards and one tally. Kobe Fowler added two scores on the ground for the Warriors, who are 4-0 for the first time since 2001.

Kurtis Wilderman tossed for 113 yards and two touchdown passes to Owen Fritch, helping Evansville Mater Dei to a 28-7 win over Evansville Memorial. Will Durchholz passed for 133 yards, Jackson Jones added 13 tackles, and Jake Alexander chipped in 10 stops for Memorial.

Mark Snorton rambled for 154 yards and four touchdowns, helping Hammond Morton roll to a 53-14 win over Hammond. Devon Moore tallied 102 yards on the ground and one score for Hammond.

Jimmoe Jacobs found the end zone twice as Hammond Gavit forced 10 fumbles in a 32-20 win over East Chicago Central. Devonte Jones paced E.C. Central with 138 yards passing and two scores.

Matt Lukacek, Joe Partin, and Johnny Williams combined for 387 yards rushing and five touchdowns in Kankakee Valley's 40-27 win over Hobart. Lukacek had nine carries for 128 yards and three scores, Partin added 20 rushes for 165 yards and one score, and Williams added 94 yards and one tally on 11 touches. Noah Lane recorded 13 tackles, Chase Sizemore chipped in 11 stops, and Williams had 10 tackles for the Kougars, who racked up 495 yards of offense. Jared Zanolla tossed for 108 yards and two touchdowns to Montae White, who had four catches for 108 yards for the Brickies. Noah Smith chipped in 75 yards on the ground and one score to go along with 13 tackles for Hobart.

Isaiah Callaway scored a pair of touchdowns, including 90-yard kickoff return, leading Whiteland to a 42-31 win over Franklin. Brandon Benson added 115 yards rushing and one score for the Warriors. Jacob Stevenson rambled for 304 yards on the ground and three touchdowns for the Grizzly Cubs.

Luke Johnston passed for 311 yards and two touchdowns, helping Southport hang on for a 21-17 win over Terre Haute North. Cardell Tucker added seven catches for 100 yards and one score and eight rushes for 74 yards and another score for the Cardinals. Nick Barrett tossed for 156 yards and one touchdown for the Patriots.

Michael Watt scored three touchdowns, including an 80-yard kickoff return, lifting Terre Haute South to a 29-28 win over Perry Meridian. Timmy Herrin tossed for 211 yards and one score for the Braves. Tristen Tonte rushed 37 times for 219 yards and one touchdown and passes for 116 yards, while Jordan Marion added 153 yards on the ground and three touchdowns on 26 attempts for the Falcons.

James Gilbert rushed six times for 148 yards and three touchdowns as Indianapolis Tech blanked Indianapolis Manual, 68-0. Jimmy Gates threw for two scores, and Terrell Young added a scoring run and a 20-yard interception for another tally for the Titans.

Dokken Egenolf carried the ball 21 times for 218 yards and three touchdowns, leading Indian Creek to a 47-0 blanking of Greencastle. Gynson Robley added 146 yards passing and two scores for the Braves.

Robbie Strader accumulated over 150 total yards in Indianapolis Roncalli's 27-3 win over Plainfield. Strader had three catches for 103 yards and a touchdown, ran for 24 yards, and completed 2-of-3 passes for 30 yards. Casey Gore chipped in 166 yards passing and one score for the Rebels.

Colton Jobe scored a pair of touchdowns as Tri-West used a 21-point third quarter outburst to rally for 28-6 win over Danville in the battle for the Helmet Trophy. Christian Schabel tossed for 133 yards and one score for Danville.

Aaron Banks was 10-of-15 passing for 215 yards and two touchdowns in Brebeuf Jesuit's 28-10 win over Zionsville. LeVante Bellamy racked up 124 yards rushing and two scores, and Max Kucer had six receptions for 134 yards and a touchdown for the Braves. Andrew Ingram recorded 11 tackles for Brebeuf. Trevor Liechty threw for 198 yards, and Mike Luse racked up 11 tackles for the Eagles.

George Wills accounted for three touchdowns, two rushing and one passing, as Indianapolis Broad Ripple slipped past Indianapolis Washington, 22-20. Jabril George paced Washington with a scoring pass and run for Washington.

Hunter Johnson threw for 289 yards and a pair of touchdowns, leading Brownsburg to a 27-7 decision over Avon. Toks Akinribade chipped in 101 yards rushing and a touchdown, and Tyler Kirtz caught 11 passes for 137 yards and one tally for the Bulldogs. Brandon Peters tossed for 117 yards and one score for the Orioles.

James Champ had 129 yards on the ground and two touchdowns as Lewis Cass downed Hamilton Heights, 26-14. Jake Wilburn added 97 yards rushing and two scores for the Kings. Grant Weatherford tallied 212 total yards and two touchdowns, including a 98-yard scamper for a score, to go along with 14 tackles, while Riley White had 18 stops for the Huskies.

Alex Neligh tossed for 1204 yards and two touchdowns, guiding New Palestine to a 31-3 triumph over Mount Vernon (Fortville). Garrett Kuhn hauled in three interceptions, and Spencer Corey connected on field goals of 32 and 25 yards for the Dragons.

Chase Andries combined for more than 300 yards of offense and four touchdowns in Beech Grove's 54-22 win over Indianapolis Scecina. Andries passed for 207 yards, three scores, and six two-point conversions and also ran for 94 yards and one tally. Lamonte Richardson ran 12 times for 228 yards and three touchdowns, and Matt Baughman caught six passes for 128 yards and three scores for the Hornets. Lex Martin had 235 yards passing and one score to De'Von Motley, who finished with eight catches for 153 yards for the Crusaders.

Brock Noe threw for 103 yards and one touchdown and ran for 73 yards and another tally as Central Noble snapped a 27-game Northeast Corner Conference losing streak with a 13-7 win over Prairie Heights.

Bradley Martin found the end zone four times in West Noble's 34-6 win over Angola.

Adam Woods carried the ball 28 times for 158 yards and one score, lifting Huntington North to a 28-14 win over Logansport. Lucas Long threw and ran for scores for the Vikings.

Tanner Hughes rambled 28 times for 192 yards and three touchdowns, leading Whitko to a 42-7 win over Manchester. Trace Killian added two scores on the ground for the Wildcats.

Stephen Eicher had 11 rushes for 240 yards and two touchdowns as Adams Central cruised to a 48-12 win over Jay County. Drew Huffman rushed for 106 yards and one score for Jay County.

Piercen Harnish tallied 163 total yards and one touchdown in Norwell's 20-3 win over Bellmont. Reggie Hayes added a scoring pass and catch for the Knights.

Mitchell VanBrocklin rushed for 281 yards and three touchdowns, helping Woodlan claim a 49-32 win over Bluffton. Herman Rorick racked up 10 tackles for the Warriors. Jacob Wagner threw for 264 yards and three scores, and D'Wayne Eskridge compiled 163 total yards and one touchdown for the Tigers.

Harold Wolfe tossed for 153 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for two scores, leading East Noble to a 49-14 win over DeKalb. Dillion Fuller ran for 108 yards and one score, Colten Williams hauled in three touchdown passes, and David Salazar recorded 11 tackles for the Knights.

Tommy Roskuski had 189 yards passing and two touchdowns in Homestead's 27-20 win over Columbia City. Gunner Goebel and Matt Anderson tallied 14 tackles apiece for the Spartans. Trevor Bolt threw for 205 yards and two touchdowns for the Eagles.

Peterson Kerlegrand carried the football 19 times for 230 yards and five touchdowns, lifting Fort Wayne Concordia past Fort Wayne South, 56-9. Daniel Sparks added 179 yards through the air and two scores for the Cadets.

Cory Miller was 9-of-16 for 225 yards and three touchdowns as Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger rolled to a 40-13 win over Fort Wayne Northrop. Peyton Philpot rushed for 124 yards and caught a pair of passes for scores for the Saints. Garrett Schoenle tossed for 237 yards for the Bruins.

Branson Dossen accounted for 124 yards and a touchdown run, helping Heritage to a 22019 win over South Adams. Justyn Hart chipped in 118 yards rushing for the Patriots.

Luke Dipold caught a touchdown pass and two interceptions as Fort Wayne Bishop Luers held on for a 21-20 win over Leo. Noah Wezensky threw for 150 yards and two scores, and Jeremiah Gaston ran for 108 yards for the Knights, who blocked an extra-point to preserve the win. Klay Klopfenstein tossed for 140 yards and two touchdowns for the Lions.

Aiden Smith's 10-yard scoring pass to Connor Gemlick in overtime was the difference in Carroll's (Fort Wayne) 22-19 win over New Haven. T.J. Moeller booted a pair of field goals for New Haven.

Keion Powers accounted for more than 350 yards of offense and four touchdowns as Fort Wayne Wayne hung on for a 35-34 win over Fort Wayne North. Powers had 13 carries for 185 yards and completed 10-of-15 passes for 189 yards. Kye Black caught two passes for scores, and Ahmaud Hill racked up 11 tackles for the Generals, who stopped a two-point conversion attempt in the closing seconds. Arion Nieves threw three touchdown passes, and Tyson Whitner rushed for two scores for the Redskins.

Cody Hicks rushed 32 times for 254 yards and two touchdowns in Maconaquah's 21-14 win over Eastern (Greentown). J.J. Fierro added 13 carries for 116 yards and one score for the Braves. Papee Byers had 91 yards on the ground and one score for the Comets.

Ethan Dubbels had a pair of interceptions, including one returned 44 yards for a touchdown, as Northwestern downed Western, 31-13. Noah Aaron ran for 106 yards and one score for the Tigers. Tyler Knepley tossed for 261 yards and two touchdowns for the Panthers.

Brady Miller accounted for both touchdowns and 193 yards rushing in Peru's 14-7 triumph over Taylor. Liam Ireland passed for 104 yards and one score for the Titans.

Cody Colbert had 95 yards rushing and three touchdowns, leading defending Class 1A state champion Tri-Central to a 50-6 win over Clinton Prairie. Cody Howell chipped in 129 yards through the air and two scores for the Trojans. Tyler Smith recorded 15 tackles for the Gophers.

Avery Denhart threw a pair of touchdown passes, leading Lafayette Central Catholic to a 35-7 win over Culver Academy. Jackson Anthrop added two scores on the ground for the Knights.

Mikey Kidwell rolled up 272 total yards, good for four touchdown passes and two scoring runs, in West Lafayette's 72-28 thrashing of Benton Central. Kyle Turner added three catches for 154 yards and three scores for the Red Devils. Koltin Tucker threw for 242 yards and three touchdowns, and Dylan Hood chipped in three receptions for 94 yards and two scores for the Bison.

Tyler Wireman's two-point conversion pass to Michael Hirt with six seconds left was the difference as Frontier slipped past Tri-County, 22-21. Austin Becker rambled for 89 yards and two touchdowns for the Falcons. Blake Justice combined for 214 yards and three scores, and Austin Jordan recorded 11 tackles for the Cavaliers.

Logan Harmeson completed 23-of-34 passes for 255 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Attica to a 21-14 win over Rockville. Harmeson also ran for a score, and Austin Durham had 11 receptions for 113 yards and one score for the Red Ramblers. Keiontre' Wilkey ran 13 times for 191 yards and two touchdowns. Ben Cunningham added 15 rushes for 120 yards, and Jake Bassett racked up 11 tackles for the Rox.

Koby Pierce threw for 272 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for 76 yards and another score in Fountain Central's 63-0 blanking of Covington.  Collin Strange contributed 23 carries for 185 yards and three scores for the Mustangs.

Cole Clore rushed 17 times for 142 yards and two touchdowns, helping North Montgomery to a 36-26 win over Frankfort. Baylee Adams added 78 yards through the air and two scores and 42 yards rushing and one tally for the Chargers. Luis Medina passed and ran for scores for the Hot Dogs.

Parker Fritz exploded for 344 yards rushing and five touchdowns on 18 attempts, lifting West Central to a 33-14 victory over North White. Wyatt McIllain added 15 tackles for the Trojans. Luke Diener tallied 216 yards of offense and two touchdowns for the Vikings.

Jared Miller tossed for 223 yards and two touchdowns to Kreed Switzer, leading Carroll (Flora) to a 20-14 win over Sheridan. Switzer finished with three catches for 102 yards, and Brandon Dillon racked up 14 tackles for the Cougars. Austin Hoover ran the ball 35 times for 200 yards and two touchdowns for the Blackhawks.

Nathanial Bye completed 6-of-7 passes for 158 yards and three touchdowns, guiding Western Boone to a 63-7 win against Crawfordville. Zach Martin ran 10 times for 120 yards and one score for the Stars. Caden Jones recorded 11 tackles for the Athenians.

Markell Jones rolled up 257 yards rushing and five touchdowns on nine carries, helping top-ranked and defending Class 4A state champion Columbus East cruise to a 70-7 win over Jennings County. Caleb Voelker added five rushes for 103 yards and one score as the Olympians seized command with a 42-point second quarter. David Turner had 15 tackles, and Connor Roberts added 10 stops for Columbus East. Conner Byram ran for 126 yards and one score for Jennings County.

Clay Brown passed for 159 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Brownstown Central to a 47-0 blanking of Salem. Jacob Wilson added two scores for the Braves.

Luke Becht and Garrett Tolen both ran for more than 100 yards in Paoli's 49-6 win over Perry Central. Becht had 17 carries for 124 yards and one touchdown, and Tolen added 121 yards and two scores on 17 attempts. Todd Osborn threw and ran for scores for the Rams.

Cody Mauldin scampered for 299 yards and five touchdowns, leading West Washington to a 75-15 win over Springs Valley. O'Brien Shelby ran for 163 yards and one score for Springs Valley.

Devin Cobb tallied two scores as Eastern Green downed Mitchell, 32-14.

Neal Nobbe rushed for 103 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Batesville to a 42-21 win over Rushville. Keith Yager tossed for two scores for Rushville.

Malik Higgins rolled up more than 250 yards of offense as Evansville Reitz rolled to a 56-16 win over Evansville Central. Higgins carried the ball 12 times for 149 yards and two touchdowns and caught five passes for 110 yards and one score. Evan Deig tossed for 231 yards and three scores and ran for a fourth tally for the Panthers. Isaiah Kemper carried the ball 42 times for 248 yards and two touchdowns, and Noah Fuchs tossed for 111 yards for the Bears.

Nick Sellers racked up more than 300 total yards and five touchdowns in Gibson Southern's 56-20 win over Boonville. Sellers went 19-of-28 for 222 yards and four scores and ran 20 times for 98 yards and another tally. Morgan Rexing added two catches for scores for the Titans. Lane Kirkland tossed for 102 yards and one touchdown, and Peyton Marksbury recorded 30 tackles for the Pioneers.

Jackson Heath threw for 320 yards and three touchdowns, helping Heritage Christian slip past Indianapolis Lutheran, 29-28. Andy Hunt had 14 receptions for 178 yards and three scores, and Tyler Gerig added 11 catches for 127 yards for the Eagles. Scotty Scales tallied 15 tackles, and Andrew Birchy added 14 stops for Heritage Christian. Jake Reid had 116 yards passing and one touchdown and ran for another tally for the Saints.

Cam Northern's 29-yard touchdown pass to Chris Campbell with 38 seconds left allowed Jeffersonville to post a 21-14 win over Madison.

Zach Daniels ran 29 times for 141 yards and a touchdown in Oak Hill's 14-6 win over Alexandria. It was the 100th career win for Golden Eagles' coach Bud Ozmun. Blaize Kelly tossed for 164 yards and one touchdown, and Sam McDermit racked up 15 tackles for the Tigers.

Joey Claypoole tossed for 215 yards and four touchdowns as Northeastern cruised past Hagerstown, 46-7. Quest Schwab recorded 12 tackles and four quarterback sacks for the Tigers.

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