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

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

BY PAUL CONDRY AND MATT KOPSEA

STAY TUNED

The pairings for the Indiana High School state football playoffs will be announced on Sunday, October 12.

TOP PERFORMERS

Markell Jones carried the football 20 times for 311 yards and a school-best eight touchdowns, leading top-ranked and defending Class 4A state champion Columbus East to 62-7 win over Madison. Jones was also crowned homecoming king at halftime. Sam Dwenger recorded 11 tackles for the Olympians.

Blake Elming ran 38 times for 217 yards and two touchdowns, helping McCutcheon to a 33-7 win against Lafayette Harrison. Cole Jarrard added two scores on the ground, while Brad Myers and Lukas Robinson racked up 10 tackles apiece for the Mavericks. Dakota Manion had 11 stops, and Seth Meyer added 10 tackles for the Raiders.

Jack Barron completed 3-of-4 passes for 100 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 60 yards and another score as Plymouth rolled past top-ranked (Class 5A0 Concord, 48-20. Justin Drudge added 106 total yards and two scores for the Rockies, who are now alone at the top of the Northern Lakes Conference standings with a 5-0 mark. Jerrell Pointdexter scored twice, including a 95-yard kickoff return, and Zach Wynn recorded 12 tackles for the Minutemen.

Isaac James rushed 12 times for 140 yards and a touchdown and threw a pass for another tally in Carmel's 37-14 win over Ben Davis. Chris Adkins added 132 yards on the ground for the Greyhounds, who tallied 463 yards rushing. Kyle Castner tossed for 266 yards for the Giants.

Wesley Cook carried the football 20 times for 148 yards and three touchdowns in Tri-West's 20-13 win over Western Boone. Riggs Baxter tallied 104 yards rushing and one score for Western Boone.

Jeff Proctor accumulated 144 yards on the ground and three touchdowns, leading Munster to a 35-14 win over Hobart. Dom Lucito also had 144 yards rushing and one score, and Joe Kennedy recorded 10 tackles for the Mustangs. Noah Smith had 123 yards rushing and one score to go along with eight tackles for the Brickies.

Aaron Matio rambled 39 times for 291 yards and two touchdowns, helping Hamilton Southeastern to a 16-7 win over Noblesville. Carl Hardy tossed for 81 yards and a score, and Austin Ginther racked up 12 tackles for Noblesville.

Tanner Hughes became Whitko's all-time leading rusher with 17 carries for 92 yards and three touchdowns in a 28-0 blanking of North Miami. Hughes, who surpassed Brandon Watterson, now has 2,735 yards for his career.

Tommy Stevens had 19 carries for 223 yards and two touchdowns and passed for 32 yards and another tally in Decatur Central's 34-0 blanking of Greenwood.

Nolan Ahrens went 5-of-8 for 156 yards and two touchdowns as Jasper blanked Mount Carmel (Ill.), 47-0. Ben Moore added 109 yards rushing and one score, and Ian Songer chipped in two scores on the ground for the Wildcats.

Jacob Whitfield rushed 10 times for 107 yards and two touchdowns and caught a pass for another score in Mishawaka Marian's 60-7 thrashing of South Bend Riley. Devin Cannady was 6-of-8 passing for 73 yards 73 yards and two scores, and Alexander Horvath tallied two scores on the ground for the Knights, who reached the 60-point plateau for the first time since 1976 (68-0 over Gary Emerson). Reggie Edmerson had 106 yards on the ground and a touchdown for the Wildcats.

Caleb Cross and Evan Christopher both ran for 100 yards, lifting defending Class 5A state champion Indianapolis Cathedral to a 24-9 win Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger. Cross had 31 carries for 150 yards, and Christopher added 13 runs for 118 yards and two touchdowns. Max Bortenschlager tallied 106 total yards and a score for the Irish. Cody Miller tossed for 119 yards and a touchdown for the Saints.

Derrick Tennant accumulated 169 yards and two scores on 34 carries, helping Avon to a 23-6 win over Westfield. Brandon Peters added 106 yards passing and one score to Tennant for the Orioles. Ryan Pepiot tallied 163 yards of offense and a touchdown, and Matt Crupi racked up 21 tackles for the Shamrocks.

Rylan Arihood carried the football 30 times for 251 yards and three touchdowns as Rensselaer Central cruised to a 49-14 win over Delphi. Trevor Hill chipped in eight rushes for 132 yards and one score, and Dylan Wright rolled up 172 total yards with a touchdown pass and run for the Bombers.

Dokken Egenolf had 16 rushes for 337 yards and three touchdowns and also caught a pass for another tally, guiding Indian Creek to a 63-6 thrashing of North Decatur. Gynson Robley had 107 yards through the air and three scores for the Braves.

McKinley Warren ran the ball 27 times for 144 yards and one touchdown and returned a kickoff 44 yards for another score, leading Evansville Memorial to a 24-12 win over Evansville Central. Will Durchholz added 120 yards of offense with a scoring run and pass, while Isaac Hoffman had a touchdown catch and 13 tackles for the Tigers.

Ethan Young tallied 166 yards on the ground and five touchdowns on 26 attempts, lifting Whiting a 34-0 blanking of Calumet. Stuart Glascow threw for 138 yards for the Oilers.

Tyler Weller accounted for 97 yards on the ground and two touchdowns and returned a kickoff 90 yards for another score, helping New Prairie rally for a 34-27 win over John Glenn. Nick Brassell added 10 carries for 115 yards and one score for the Cougars, who battled back from a 21-6 deficit. Zach Combes had 146 yards rushing and three touchdowns for the Falcons.

Mason Leed scored two touchdowns and booted a 25-yard field goal in LaVille's 31-0 blanking of Triton.

Blake Dailey and Cody Markley both rushed for more than 100 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Mississinewa to a 27-8 win over Madison-Grant. Dailey had 22 carries for 145 yards, and Dailey added 113 yards on 14 attempts. Luke Stroup had a fumble recovery for a score for Madison-Grant.

Nik Olson racked up 109 yards on the ground and three touchdowns as Jimtown blanked Culver, 61-0.

Mikey Kidwell tossed for 243 yards and two touchdowns, leading West Lafayette past Twin Lakes, 44-15. Kyle Turner had five receptions for 182 yards and two scores, Travis Rolle added 91 yards rushing and three touchdowns for the Red Devils. Frank Bodi tallied 15 tackles, and Nate Merriott and Desmond Williams added 12 stops apiece for West Lafayette. Blake Bennington returned an interception 54 yards for a score, Wyatt Johnson racked up 14 tackles, and Trevor Brown added 13 stops for the Indians.

John-Michael Hankerson carried the ball 10 times for 210 yards and three touchdowns and caught two passes for 60 yards and another score, lifting South Bend Washington to a 48-25 win over South Bend Clay. Tyler White passed for 216 yards and two scores, Torreq Rice added 129 yards rushing, and Jason Wilson racked up 13 tackles for the Panthers. Dillon Bergin passed for 170 yards and three touchdowns to Davendrick Hall and ran for 115 yards and one score for the Colonials.

Payton Carson rushed for 170 yards and three touchdowns, guiding Northridge to a 42-0 shutout of Goshen. Christian Miller added two scores, including an interception return, for the Raiders, who had over 400 yards of offense and limited Goshen to 52 total yards.

Nic Wilson's two fourth-quarter touchdowns helped Wawasee rebound for a 21-10 win over Warsaw in the battle for the "W" trophy. Gage Reinhard tossed for 176 yards and a touchdown, Sam Clark had three receptions for 148 yards and a touchdown, and Nathan Katzer ran for 134 yards for the Warriors. Jake Mangas threw for 277 yards for the Tigers.

Artie Equihua rushed 35 times for 211 yards and three touchdowns, leading Crown Point to 20-14 win over LaPorte.

Zach Daniels had 18 carries for 138 yards and one touchdown, lifting Oak Hill to a 27-23 victory against Eastbrook. Daniels also recorded 11 tackles, and Derrick Randall added two scores for the Golden Eagles.

Koby Pierce connected with Ethan Woodrow for two touchdowns in Fountain Central's 20-6 win over Benton Central. Collin Strange tallied 29 rushes for 145 yards and one score for the Mustangs. Connor Roe recorded 20 tackles, and Gavin Wolf added 18 stops and a fumble recovery for a score for the Bison.

Jonah Thacker raced for 253 yards and three touchdowns on 38 attempts, helping Triton Central to a 29-14 win over Indianapolis Scecina.

NiShawn Jones had 176 yards on 35 attempts and two touchdowns in New Haven's 21-15 win over Bellmont.

Tommy Waites had 34 rushes for 181 yards and two touchdowns, lifting defending Class 2A state champion Cardinal Ritter to a 21-18 win against Beech Grove. Chase Andries threw for 95 yards and two scores, and Jamal Brumfield added a touchdown run and catch for Beech Grove.

Maurice Campbell rolled up 175 yards on the ground and two scores in Fishers' 28-7 decision over Indianapolis Tech. Zach Eaton tossed a pass for a score and ran for a touchdown for the Raiders. James Gilbert ran for 145 yards and a score for the Titans.

Dylan Foster ran 29 times for 134 yards and three touchdowns, helping Plainfield to a 31-19 win against Franklin. Jacob Stevenson paced Franklin with 149 yards rushing and two scores on 26 attempts.

Jimmy Campbell threw for 171 yards and two touchdowns, guiding Mount Vernon (Fortville) to a 49-14 win against New Castle. Brayton Shannon carried the football 16 times for 182 yards and one score, Dan Werner added 128 total yards and two touchdowns, and Juwaan Nelson found the end zone twice for the Marauders. Hank Neal tallied 136 yards of offense and two scores for the Trojans.

Piercen Harnish was 8-of-13 through the air for 117 yards and also ran for three touchdowns as Norwell downed DeKalb, 41-8. Adam Nahrwold added two scores on the ground for the Knights.

Darrin Kirkland returned two interceptions for touchdowns to go along with 10 tackles in Lawrence Central's 37-0 shutout of North Central (Indianapolis). Gerald Doaks had 19 carries for 181 yards and one score for the Bears.

Jake Paliga tossed for 190 yards and three touchdowns, helping top-ranked and defending Class 3A state champion Andrean to a 44-14 win over Kankakee Valley. Trevor berg added 190 yards on the ground and three scores, and Jamie Johnson caught a pair of passes for scores for the 59ers.

Dakota Earl had 17 carries for 259 yards and three touchdowns in North Vermillion's 41-7 drubbing of Rockville. Cody Wright added 19 rushes for 117 yards and two scores, and Dakota Chapman recorded 16 tackles for the Falcons.

Joey Claypoole accounted for more than 200 yards of offense, lifting Northeastern to a 53-0 blanking of Union County. Claypoole was 4-of-8 passing for 144 yards and three touchdowns and ran six times for 70 yards and one score. Kelsy Kirkland had eight rushes for 100 yards and one score, three catches for 135 yards and three touchdowns, and 11 tackles for the Tigers.

Jacob Jones scampered 12 times for 274 yards and three touchdowns and returned a punt 55 yards for another tally, leading Speedway to a 52-35 win over Park Tudor. Chris Valentine tossed a pair of passes for scores, and Shannon Hall added a scoring run and catch for the Sparkplugs. Ahrod Lloyd ran for 136 yards and two touchdowns and returned a fumble for another score, and Jack Dassow passed for 266 yards and one touchdown for the Panthers.

Tristen Tonte had 19 carries for 201 yards and two touchdowns in Perry Meridian's 34-14 win over Columbus North. Jordan Marion added two scores on the ground for the Mustangs. Triston Perry tallied 149 total yards and a touchdown pass for the Bulldogs.

Max Norris paced a balanced attack with 11 carries for 103 yards and one touchdown as Center Grove cruised to a 42-6 win over Indianapolis Pike. Curtis Collins had 111 yards rushing, and Jordan Marshall tossed for 104 yards and one score for Pike.

Trey Deaton ran for a touchdown and caught a pass for another tally, lifting Martinsville to a 12-10 win over Indianapolis Roncalli. Casey Gore had 105 yards passing for Roncalli.

Anthony Schantz's two rushing touchdowns paved the way as Whiteland rolled to a 33-6 win over Mooresville.

Gage Pedigo's three-yard touchdown run in the second quarter proved to be enough in Lebanon's 6-0 blanking of North Montgomery.

Alex Neligh accounted for 195 total yards and four touchdowns as New Palestine established a new mark for points scored in a game with a 72-3 drubbing of Shelbyville. Noah Grable added five catches for 127 yards for the Dragons.

Brian Ball threw for 125 yards and a pair of touchdowns to Brooks Hepp in Indianapolis Bishop Chatard's 21-18 loss at Winton Woods (Ohio). Eric Smith added a pair of field goals from 30 and 32 yards for the Trojans.

Cooper Henderson tallied 91 yards of offense and five touchdowns, helping Eastern Hancock past Wes-Del, 42-20.

Jesse Kerfoot ran 15 times for 169 yards and two scores as Hamilton Heights downed Northwestern, 21-13.

Isaac Stiebeling completed 8-of-12 passes for 187 yards in Fort Wayne Snider's 41-14 win over Elkhart Central. Neandre Billingsley added 98 yards rushing and two touchdowns for the Panthers. Joe Phillips ran for 159 yards and two scores for the Blazers.

Bryit Sumner and Tanner Burns scored two touchdowns apiece, helping Garrett post a 31-25 victory over Fairfield. Sumner had 25 carries for 171 yards and accounted for the game-winning 23-yards scamper in the fourth quarter for the Railroaders. Sam Brown tossed for 270 yards and four touchdowns, and Mitch DeWitt added seven catches for 214 yards and four scores for the Falcons.

Waylon Richardson tossed for 187 yards and one touchdown, lifting West Noble past Lakeland, 34-20. Bradley Martin ran for 109 yards and three scores, and Payton Schrock added two tallies for the Chargers. Eli Wallace had two touchdowns, including an 85-yard kickoff return, for the Lakers.

Andrew Risner had 22 carries for 216 yards and three touchdowns, helping top-ranked (Class 1A) Winamac to a 37-6 win over North Judson.

Josh Bickel rolled off 236 yards and two touchdowns on 29 attempts during Northfield's 20-0 blanking of Wabash. Bryce Kendall added 12 tackles for the Norsemen. Chase Dirig racked up 130 yards of offense, and Marcus Jones recorded 11 tackles for the Apaches.

Blake Carl had seven carries for 116 yards and two touchdowns in Floyd Central's 21-14 win over Bedford North Lawrence. Carl also had 17 tackles and a fumble recovery, and Garry Posey ran for 109 yards for the Highlanders.

Ike James accounted for more than 200 yards of offense and three touchdowns as Lowell blanked Hammond, 32-0. James ran for 90 yards and two scores and caught two passes for 113 yards and one tally. Zach Bobos threw for 129 yards and one score for the Red Devils.

Jill Doan connected on field goals of 30 and 34 yards to help Lake Central to a 6-0 win over Chesterton. Dan Diaz added 101 yards rushing for the Indians.

Matt Labus threw for 167 yards and one touchdown and ran for another score, lifting Guerin Catholic to a 25-3 win over Brebeuf Jesuit. Brian Matthews had five catches for 126 yards and one score for the Golden Eagles. LeVante Bellamy ran for 113 yards for the Braves.

Ben Girton carried the football 15 times for 198 yards and three touchdowns and returned a kickoff 85 yards for another tally, leading Northview to a 39-13 win over South Vermillion. Tucker Stewart added 17 rushes for 151 yards and one score for the Knights. Jordan Branz tallied 88 yards of offense with a touchdown pass and run for the Wildcats.

Tanner Bradley ran 221 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries, helping Mishawaka to a 37-0 blanking of South Bend Adams. Darian Phillips added 12 carries for 105 yards, one score, and a pair of two-point conversions for the Cavemen.

Tim Pletcher accounted for two touchdowns in Penn's 43-0 blanking of South Bend St. Joseph. Camden Bohn added a scoring pass and run for the Kingsmen, who tallied over 450 yards of offense.

Garrison Lee and Jaden Rhea both rushed for 144 yards and one touchdown, leading Monrovia to a 36-18 victory over Indianapolis Lutheran. Trevor Ellis added two scores for the Bulldogs.

Parker Phelps ran 23 times for 164 yards and three touchdowns, lifting Muncie Central to a 40-11 win over Marion. Trenton Hatfield tossed for 151 yards and one score, and Sam Cavanaugh added one touchdown catch and 10 tackles for the Bearcats. Alex Bradburn recorded 10 stops for the Giants.

Jeron Gray and Bo Baker both surpassed the 100-yard rushing mark in Kokomo's 49-7 decision over Logansport. Gray had 14 carries for 183 yards and two touchdowns, and Baker added 129 yards and three scores on 15 attempts. Dayon Aldridge added 12 tackles for the Wildkats. Brady Cripe tossed for 117 yards, and Bailey Craven had 11 stops for the Berries.

Jake Wilburn had 18 rushes for 124 yards and two touchdowns, guiding Lewis Cass to a 21-0 win over Taylor.

Jordan Barnett scored four touchdowns as Jeffersonville remained unbeaten with a 48-13 victory against New Albany. Cam Northern threw for 169 yards and one score for the Red Devils.

Kenton Crews tallied touchdowns four different ways, leading Heritage Hills to a 33-7 win over Southridge. Crews ran, caught a pass, and returned a punt and interception for scores. Logan Wilkerson passed for 90 yards and two touchdowns, and Jacob Wilson recorded 13 tackles for the Patriots.

Chandler McKee tallied three touchdowns and John Kissel ran for 118 yards and two scores, lifting Gibson Southern to a 71-8 thrashing of Pike Central. Nick Bengert recorded 15 tackles, and Dakota Koch added 14 stops for the Titans.

Jake Wilson and Alex Mireles each accumulated over 200 yards of offense, leading Elwood to a 47-20 win over Frankton. Wilson had 29 carries for 228 yards and one touchdown, and Mireles ran for 175 yards and four scores and threw for another 40 yards. Derek Bryant notched 10 tackles for the Panthers. Brayden Ginder threw for 141 yards and one touchdown and ran for another tally, while Bailey Threet and Isaac Stuckey added 20 and 16 tackles respectively for the Eagles.

Gabe Koontz ran 17 times for 233 yards and two touchdowns, helping Edgewood to a 32-0 blanking of Cascade. Eli Housel rushed for a score and recorded 11 tackles, and Brandon Fleener racked up 12 stops for the Mustangs.

Harold Wolfe completed 14-of-19 passes for 275 yards and two touchdowns and ran for four more scores, guiding East Noble past Columbia City, 49-36. Jake Torrie had five catches for 139 yards and two scores, while Ethan Maag and David Salazar racked up 11 tackles apiece for the Knights.

Conner Dove accounted for over 300 yards of offense in Eastside's 59-0 shutout of Fremont. Dove was 15-of-22 passing for 239 yards and four touchdowns and ran eight times for 98 yards and one score. P.J. Dean had three receptions for 100 yards and two touchdowns as well as scores on the ground and on a punt return, while Jesse Eck added six catches for 94 yards and two tallies for the Blazers.

Austin Conrad had 15 carries for 140 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Heritage to a 38-26 win against Bluffton. Jake Meyers added two scores on the ground, and Branson Dossen threw for 176 yards and one touchdown for the Patriots. Jacob Wenger tossed for 197 yards and three scores, and D'Wayne Eskridge had five catches for 86 yards and two touchdowns and 17 rushes for 91 yards and one score for the Tigers.

Austin Yarbro had 99 yards on the ground and four touchdowns as Fort Wayne Wayne blanked Fort Wayne South, 47-0. Keion Powers chipped in a touchdown pass and run for the Generals.

Noah Wezensky tossed for 234 yards and three touchdowns, helping Fort Wayne Bishop Luers to a 38-21 win over Fort Wayne North. Austin Mack caught eight passes for 142 yards and two scores, and Jeremiah Gaston ran for 162 yards and one touchdown for the Knights. Arian Nieves ran and threw for scores for the Redskins.

Peterson Kerlegrand carried the football 22 times for 230 yards and three touchdowns, lifting Fort Wayne Concordia to a 32-0 shutout of Fort Wayne Northrop. Daniel Sparks added 103 yards through the air and two scores for the Cadets.

Julian Weidner led a balanced attack with 140 yard rushing and two touchdowns as Evansville Mater Dei cruised to a 48-7 win against Evansville Bosse. Allan Fingers had 13 tackles for Bosse.

Evan Deig threw for 172 yards and three touchdowns, leading Evansville Reitz to a 27-20 decision over Evansville North. Malik Higgins added 26 rushes for 174 yards and one score, and Will Brown recorded 16 tackles for the Panthers. Ford Johnson tallied 179 yards on the ground and three touchdowns on 26 carries for the Huskies.

Clay Brown was 10-of-11 through the air for 101 yards and two touchdowns in Brownstown Central's 48-8 thrashing of Clarksville. Wyatt Kissel had 118 yards passing for Clarksville.

Aidan Smith tossed for 151 yards and J.P. Anzini booted a pair of field goals, lifting Carroll (Fort Wayne) to a 13-6 win over Homestead. Dylan Conner recorded 12 tackles, and Eric Dunten added 11 stops for the Chargers.

Chance Gallmeier caught a touchdown pass and returned a kickoff 83 yards as Churubusco rolled to a 34-14 win over Central Noble. Landon Harris ran 25 times for 165 yards and one score, and Lyle McParlan racked up 12 tackles for the Eagles.

Luke Patton tallied 215 total yards, including 20 carries for 177 yards and four touchdowns, for East Central in a 35-26 win over Connersville. Sid Fox racked up 12 tackles for the Trojans. Colton Gonzalez ran for 120 yards and two touchdowns, and Micah Kelly added 112 yards on the ground and one score for the Spartans.

Austin Hales passed for 127 yards and a touchdown as Linton-Stockton downed North Knox, 40-28. Tyler Meurer added two rushing scores for the Miners. Christopher Graman tossed for 289 yards and two touchdowns, Brett Ridgway had four catches for 107 yards, and Jordan Meurer ran for two touchdowns and caught a pass for another tally for the Warriors.

James Marshall and Lance Inkenbrandt each ran for more than 175 yards in North Posey's 36-15 win over Tell City. Marshall had 10 carries for 193 yards and two touchdowns, and Inkenbrandt added 183 yards and one score. Dalton Rankin chipped in two scores on the ground for the Vikings.

Spencer Oxley carried the ball 23 times for 311 yards and four touchdowns, leading Tecumseh to a 71-12 win against Springs Valley. Ken Tuley added 114 yards rushing and four scores for the Braves, who compiled 588 yards on the ground.

Nathan Shaw accounted for two touchdowns, lifting Perry Central to a 13-6 win over West Washington.

Riley Snodgrass ran 23 times for 177 yards and three touchdowns and added another 59 yards through the air, guiding Mount Vernon (Posey) to a 26-6 win over South Putnam.

Brandt Nowaskie accounted for more than 300 yards of offense as Vincennes Lincoln remained unbeaten with a 44-0 blanking of Washington. Nowaskie ran for 208 yards and four touchdowns and tossed for 105 yards.

Trevor Leh threw for 145 yards and ran for four touchdowns, helping South Spencer to 42-16 win against Forest Park. Jake Burden ran for 138 yards, and Landon Barlet added 104 yards rushing for the Rebels. Ben Wendolt tossed a pair of touchdown passes to Ben Englert for the Rangers.

Wesley Holben's 20-yard field goal in overtime was the difference as Boonville slipped past Princeton, 17-14. Chris Black tallied two scores for the Pioneers. Dillon Deckard threw and ran for scores for the Tigers.

Christian Peach rambled for 189 yards and four touchdowns as Castle rolled past Evansville Harrison, 49-6. Jonah Eckels tossed for 101 yards for Harrison.

Kray Klopfenstein's 32-yard touchdown pass to Gunner Brown paved the way for Leo in a 10-9 win over Woodlan. Herman Rorick had a fumble recovery for a score, and Jordan Delagrange recorded 14 tackles for Woodlan.

Cody Hicks scampered 36 times for 271 yards and two touchdowns, leading Maconaquah to a 20-0 win over Peru. Peyton Sturgill racked up 17 tackles for Peru.

Richard Williams ran for 92 yards and two touchdowns and caught a pass for another tally, lifting Bloomington South to a 35-15 win over Terre Haute North. Bryce Stancombe accumulated 98 total yards and tossed two scores, and Sam Helm recorded 12 tackles for the Panthers. Logan Grim had 35 rushes for 156 yards and one score for the Patriots.

Jack Smith had 174 yards of offense and one touchdown, and Devin Green added 16 tackles for Bloomington North in a 14-6 loss to Franklin Central.

Wes Beck rambled for 141 yards and a touchdown in Rochester's 35-8 win over Tippecanoe Valley. John Hunting added a scoring throw and run for the Zebras.

Parker Fritz accounted for 137 yards on the ground and three touchdowns, lifting West Central to a 36-30 win against Frontier. Fritz also returned a kickoff 70 yards for a score and recorded 14 tackles for the Trojans. Austin Becker had 166 yards rushing and two scores for the Falcons.

Logan Harmeson passed for 209 yards, including a 30-yard strike to Austin Durham with five seconds left, helping Attica to a 21-20 win over Covington. Carson Davis added the game-winning extra-point and ran for a score for the Red Ramblers.

Blake Justice ran for 204 yards and four touchdowns as Tri-County earned its first win of the season with a 50-26 decision over Clinton Prairie. Trenton Kyburz added 112 yards on the ground for the Cavaliers. Kenneth Boller romped for 249 yards and two touchdowns for the Gophers, who were guilty of seven fumbles.

Timmy Herrin tallied 282 yards of offense and three touchdowns, leading Terre Haute South to a 21-14 win over Southport. Kameron Bell added four catches for 115 yards for the Braves. Luke Johnston tossed for 154 yards and one score, Kevin Wagner ran for 146 yards, and Jalen Williams recorded 12 tackles for the Cardinals.

Mark Snorton had 14 rushes for 161 yards and two touchdowns, helping Hammond Morton cruise to a 48-22 win over Gary West. Nick Przespolenski threw for 113 yards and two score, Jarrett Dickey had four receptions for 108 yards and one touchdown, and Devin McHenry had a scoring catch and run for the Governors. Barrie Wesby ran 16 times for 150 yards and two touchdowns for the Cougars.

Hunter Rycerz accounted for 148 total yards, good for two touchdown passes and another on the ground, for Highland in a 34-20 victory over Griffith. Julius Davila had eight catches for 100 yards and one score and also ran for two scores, and Charlie Gerstner ran 18 times for 124 yards for the Trojans. Jacob Cottrell scored twice for the Panthers, including a 92-yard kickoff return.

D.J. Wilkins was 9-of-13 passing for 319 yards and four touchdowns as Merrillville rolled to a 36-6 win against Valparaiso. Jonathon Robinson added five receptions for 165 yards and three scores, and Terrance Grayson caught three passes for 128 yards and one tally for the Pirates,.

Evan Stewart led a balanced attack with two touchdowns as Boone Grove downed Hammond Bishop Noll, 44-17. Nick Thrasher tossed for 229 yards and one score and carried the ball 16 times for 130 yards and another tally, while Jalen Cook had 10 receptions for 140 yards and one touchdown for Bishop Noll.

Denzel Mayo ran for 130 yards and a touchdown as Hammond Clark posted a 24-6 win over Hammond Gavit. Justin Martinez accounted for a touchdown pass and run for the Pioneers.

Kody Lemley carried the ball 24 times for 164 yards and three touchdowns and also passed for 115 yards, leading Lake Station to a 27-7 win over River Forest. Michael Aguilar chipped in 24 rushes for 161 yards and one tally for the Eagles.

Luke Dover had seven rushes for 104 yards and a touchdown as Seymour snapped a 17-game losing skid with 25-22 triumph over Jennings County. Jackson Morris scored twice, and Alan Perry tossed for 100 yards and one score for the Owls. Peyton Shepherd recorded 14 tackles for the Panthers.

Blaize Kelly threw for 152 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 46 yards and one score, lifting Alexandria to a 33-6 win over Blackford. Jonah Jerrils had two receptions for touchdowns, and Evan Hodges ran 13 times for 130 yards and one score for the Tigers.

Cody Colbert rushed 16 times for 126 yards and two touchdowns in defending Class 1A state champion Tri-Central's 46-0 blanking of Anderson Prep Academy. Cody Howell found the end zone three times, and Dillon Smith ran for two scores as the Trojans rewarded George Gilbert with 200th coaching victory. Austin Morris tallied 24 tackles for the Jets.

Nathan Hollars ran for a pair of scores, leading Southwood to a 21-14 win over Manchester. Robbie Cole tossed for 152 yards and one touchdown, and Nick Rebholz racked up 12 tackles for the Knights. Lucas Schilling threw for 107 yards and two scores, Jacob Casper rambled for 116 yards, and Thad Miller tallied 18 tackles for the Squires.

Justin Mersch rambled 15 times for 196 yards and four touchdowns, guiding Pioneer to a 62-6 win against North White. Keith Nies scored twice, and Sam Kizer had nine carries for 121 yards and one touchdown as well as an interception on defense for the Panthers.

A blocked punt in the fourth quarter paved the way for Adam Lovan to score the game-winning touchdown from one yard out as Shenandoah slipped past Monroe Central, 12-7. Nehemiah Nash finished with 12 tackles for Monroe Central.

Jamie Burton carried the ball 21 times for 198 yards and one score, helping Carroll (Flora) to a 20-0 blanking of Clinton Central. Kreed Switzer returned an interception 99 yards for another touchdown for the Cougars.

Tristan Chester passed for 105 yards and one touchdown and ran for another score, leading Charlestown to a 13-6 win over Corydon Central. Austin Kopp rushed for 99 yards and a touchdown for Corydon.

Brett Louderback ran for 97 yards and two touchdowns and returned a fumble for another tally, lifting Bremen to a 35-0 shutout of Knox. Grant Klockow added two scores on the ground for the Lions.

Riley Neal rolled up almost 300 yards of offense in Yorktown's 36-22 win over Greenfield Central. Neal ran 20 times for 146 yards and four touchdowns and passed for 143 yards and one score. Jacob Preston and Tristan New recorded 16 tackles each for the Tigers.

Jordan Leach led a balanced attack with 103 total yards and one score, helping defending Class 6A state champion Warren Central to a 31-7 win over Lawrence North.

Christian Schabel romped for 127 yards and two touchdowns as Danville cruised to a 50-6 win over Southmont.

John Dafcik rushed for 160 yards and one touchdown and threw a pass for another tally in South Newton's 34-12 decision over Caston.

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