THE INDIANA FOOTBALL DIGEST'S HONOR ROLL – 2014 WEEK THREE
BY PAUL CONDRY AND MATT KOPSEA
Chris Evans' eight-yard touchdown reception from Luke Castner with 8.6 seconds left allowed Indianapolis Ben Davis to post a 53-50 win over Indianapolis Pike. The contest was suspended on Friday with 1:44 remaining because of weather issues and completed Saturday. Evans also ran the ball 37 times for 196 yards and three touchdowns, while Castner was 33-of-45 through the air for 377 yards and three scores along with one tally on the ground. Ston Emerson had two touchdown catches, Chaz Stringer added two interceptions, and Christian Hunter tallied 10 tackles for the Giants, who tallied 616 yards of offense. Beau Trudeau threw for 496 yards and five touchdowns, and Johnny William hauled in six passes for 257 yards and three scores for the Red Devils, who finished with 556 total yards.
Samantha Dewey's 23-yard field goal with 4.4 seconds remaining lifted Triton Central to a 17-14 win over Indianapolis Lutheran. Jordan Crouse threw for 288 yards and one touchdown for the Tigers. Andre Jones ran for two scores for the Saints.
Cameron Greene and Daniel Wright both rushed for over 100 yards as Lafayette Harrison snapped a 38-game losing streak with a 40-14 win over Logansport. Wright ran 16 times for 124 yards and one touchdown and Greene added nine rushes for 181 yards and one score. John Sturgeon passed and ran for scores for the Raiders, who won for the first time since September 10, 2010.
Shakir Paschall's five-yard touchdown scamper with 56.3 seconds left helped Carmel to a 21-14 win over Center Grove. Paschall finished 103 yards on the ground and three scores for the Greyhounds. Joey Siderewicz tossed for 128 yards and one score for the Trojans.
Levante Bellamy scampered for 323 yards and five touchdowns in Brebeuf Jesuit's 47-7 thrashing of defending Class 2A state champion Cardinal Ritter.
Sophomore Chase Andries combined for over 300 yards and five touchdowns, helping Beech Grove to a 50-21 victory over Speedway. Andries was 13-of-16 passing for 174 yards and two scores and also had 24 carries for 128 yards and three tallies. Lamonte Richardson added 20 rushes for 120 yards for the Hornets. Freshman Chris valentine threw for 157 yards and two touchdowns to Andrew Fritz for Speedway. Fritz finished with three catches for 103 yards, and Sam Ahrens added 10 tackles for the Sparkplugs.
Nolan Smith led a balanced rushing attack with nine carries for 137 yards and two touchdowns as Hobart cruised to a 61-20 victory over Griffith. Julio Trujillo added four rushes for 74 yards, and Elijah Mercado chipped in 35 yards and two tallies on three attempts for the Brickies, who racked up 403 total yards. Jacob Cottrell rolled up 187 total yards and one score, and Antonio Surarez had two scores on the ground for the Panthers.
Johnny Williams tallied 98 yards rushing and two touchdowns to go along 11 tackles in Kankakee Valley's 17-12 win over Lowell. Isaac James ran 21 times for 170 yards and one touchdown and also racked up 10 tackles for Lowell. Chris Han recorded 17 tackles and Justin Thomas added 10 stops for the Red Devils.
Andrew Ostoich threw for 150 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a third tally, leading Munster to a 34-20 decision over Highland. Jeff Proctor chipped in 131 total yards and two scores for the Mustangs. Hunter Rycerz ran for two touchdowns and passed for a third score for the Trojans.
Brandon Thomas scored from a yard out midway through the fourth quarter, lifting Concord to a 21-15 win over NorthWood. Cullen Fisher tossed for 167 yards and one score for the Minutemen, who came up with four turnovers. Travis Bear passed for 96 yards and one score and booted a 29-yard field goal for the Panthers.
Jacob Howdeshell and Wes Beck combined for almost 200 yards rushing and two touchdowns, helping Rochester to a 14-0 win over Wabash.
Nik Olson rushed for 132 yards and one score, leading Jimtown to a 6-3 win over LaVille.
Mitch DeWitt combined for over 200 total yards and two touchdowns in Fairfield's 26-7 win over Central Noble. Zach Wagler added two scores, including a 48-yard punt return, for the Falcons.
Trevor Berg scampered for 175 yards and two touchdowns in defending Class 3A state champion Andrean's 28-0 blanking of Grand Rapids Catholic Central. Jake Paliga threw for 243 yards and one score and ran for another tally for the 59ers, who outgained GRCC, 438-136.
Tyler Weller accumulated 113 yards rushing and three touchdowns, guiding New Prairie to a 63-19 triumph over Bremen. Nick Brassell ran for two scores and passed for another tally, and Drake Dierdorf added three touchdowns, including a 52-yard interception return for the Cougars, who established a new mark for points scored in a game. Jared Culp chipped in two interceptions and a blocked extra-point for New Prairie. Matt Box passed for 227 yards and one touchdown and ran for another score for the Lions.
Avery Beeks tallied 130 yards on the ground and two touchdowns, leading Chesterton to a 24-0 shutout over Michigan City.
Nick Przespolewski and Jarrett Dickey hooked up for three touchdowns as Hammond Morton downed Hammond Clark, 34-20. Dickey finished with nine catches for 136 yards. Justin Martinez tossed a pair of touchdowns, and Romeo Woods scored twice for Clark, including an 83-yard kickoff return.
Jacob Wasz rolled up 187 total yards, good for four touchdowns, leading Wheeler to a 56-14 win over Hammond Bishop Noll. Clay Turpin rushed for 121 yards, and Chris Gore scored twice for the Bearcats, who scored on their first eight possessions. Nicholas Thrasher passed for one score and returned a fumble 54 yards for another tally for the Warriors.
Freshman James Priddy's extra-point in overtime allowed Crown Point to post a 21-20 victory over Merrillville. Jesse Martin's only carry of the game resulted in the game-tying three-yard touchdown in overtime for Crown Point, which is now 4-0 against Merrillville in overtime games. Artie Equihau accounted for 120 yards passing and 105 yards rushing and one score. Billy Bernhardt recorded 12 tackles, and Jon Dietrich and Nawwaf Elayyan tallied 10 stops each for Crown Point. D.J. Wilkins paced the Pirates with 204 yards passing and two touchdowns.
Alex Neligh passed for 188 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 50 yards and another score, lifting New Palestine to a 48-13 win over Yorktown. James Young added 166 yards rushing and one score, and Spencer Corey booted six extra-points and field goals of 29 and 38 yards for the Dragons. Riley Neal threw for a touchdown and ran for another score for the Tigers.
Parker Fox threw for 137 yards and three touchdowns, leading Winamac to a 49-14 win over North White. Matt Shorter added 96 yard rushing and two scores, and Luke Pugh caught three passes for 84 yards and two scores for Winamac. Mitch Reed racked up 13 tackles and an interception for the Warriors, who outgained North White, 488-85.
Chandler Barnes accounted for 127 total yards and three touchdowns in Decatur Central's 42-21 win over Whiteland. Barnes caught two passes for scores and ran for another tally. Tommy Stevens passed for 193 yards and two scores, Tyrone Tracy rushed for two touchdowns, and Anthony Graves III added two interceptions, including one returned 55 yards for a score, for the Hawks. Shaw Cloud rushed for 164 yards and three scores, and Gabe Clippert hauled in two interceptions for the Warriors.
Toks Akinribade carried the ball 25 times for 348 yards and four touchdowns in Brownsburg's 34-27 victory over Franklin/ Jose Hacker added field goals of 42 and 22 yards for the Bulldogs. Jacob Stevenson ran for 108 yards and two touchdowns, Chad Williams added 100 yards on the ground, and Ryan Torrance tallied 90 yards and two scores for the Grizzly Cubs.
Devonte Jones ran for 128 yards and three touchdowns, leading East Chicago Central to a 42-12 win over Gary Roosevelt.
Tim Pletcher scored three touchdowns as Penn cruised to a 57-21 win over Elkhart Central. Tyler Carpenter added two scores on the ground, and Nate Miller caught a pair of passes from Camden Bohn for touchdowns for the Kingsmen. Joe Phillips ran 22 times for 113 yards and two touchdowns, while Antwaan Allen added 120 yards passing and one score for the Blazers.
Timmy Herrin's one-yard touchdown and two-point conversion run lifted Terre Haute South to a 24-23 overtime win over Guerin Catholic. Herrin also passed for 195 yards and one score and ran for 86 yards for the Braves. Matt Labus tossed for 170 yards and one score, Brady McGinnis recorded 12 tackles, and Brennan Thieneman added 11 stops for the Golden Eagles.
Taylor Fulton ran 22 times for 217 yards and five touchdowns in Plymouth's 41-6 thrashing of Warsaw. Jack Barron chipped in 145 total yards and one score for the Rockies. Caleb Klusman connected on field goals of 28 and 45 yards for the Tigers.
Dylan Wright connected on 6-of-7 passes for 233 yards and two touchdowns, helping Rensselaer Central to 68-13 win over North Judson. Wright also ran for a score, while Rylan Arihood added 17 rushes for 117 yards and five touchdowns for the Bombers, who rolled 547 total yards. Trevor Hill tallied four carries for 135 yards and two scores, and Dalton Souders chipped in 11 tackles and a fumble recovery for Rensselaer. Maverick Pitts scored two touchdowns for the Bluejays.
Brandon Karsnick tallied 218 all-purpose yards and one touchdown, helping Westfield to a 44-34 win over Zionsville. Evan Caldwell ran for three scores, and Ryan Pepiot added 173 yards passing and one score for Westfield. Matt Crupi recorded 18 tackles, and Bailey Partlow had 10 stops for the Shamrocks. Trevor Liechty was 21-of-30 for 238 yards and one touchdown, and Eddie Mattingly added 14 carries for 108 yards for Zionsville. Blake Kocher and Jack Banks tallied 14 tackles apiece for the Eagles.
Colin Studer accounted for 114 total yards and one score, leading Lake Central to a 14-6 win over Portage. Nick Lucas recorded 17 tackles, Charles Sykes and Walter Dahlkamp chipped in 12 stops, and Lucious Pilate added 11 tackles for the Indians.
Brian Ball had 98 total yards and two touchdown passes in Indianapolis Bishop Chatard's 20-7 win over Indianapolis Roncalli.
Mikey Kidwell was 18-of-22 through the air for 241 yards and two touchdowns, lifting West Lafayette to a 52-0 decision over Delphi. Kidwell also ran for a score, Travis Rolle had 18 rushes for 166 yards and two touchdowns, and Spencer Ronchetto caught nine passes for 143 yards and one score for the Red Devils, who tallied over 600 total yards..
Blake Elming ran 15 times for 187 yards and five touchdowns, helping McCutcheon roll to a 55-14 win over Lafayette Jeff. Devin Mickle also a pair of scores on the ground for the Mavericks, who are 3-0 for the first time since 2002.
Ethan Young rushed for 148 yards and two touchdowns, leading Whiting to a 26-3 victory over Boone Grove. Stuart Glascow added a touchdown pass and run for the Oilers.
Markell Jones ran 11 times for 237 yards and four touchdowns, helping defending Class 4A state champion Columbus East to a 61-6 win over Seymour. K.J. McCarter was 7of-11 passing 118 yards and two scores for the Olympians.
Lex Martin threw three touchdown passes as Scecina Memorial downed Park Tudor, 28-3.
Collin Vinyard's 59-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter lifted Valparaiso to a 19-14 win over LaPorte. Vinyard finished with 10 carries for 109 yards, J.P. Kunzie passed for 100 yards, and Joe Steiner recorded 13 tackles for the Vikings. Charles Salary carried the football 31 times for 205 yards and one score for the Slicers.
Devon Moore accounted for 344 total yards and one score in Hammond's 21-8 win over Bowman Academy. Moore was 8-of-16 passing for 200 yards to go along with 18 carries for 144 yards and a touchdown. Devante Headd added 136 total yards and one score for the Wildcats. Michael Hubbard rushed for 123 yards for the Eagles.
Tanner Bradley scampered for 171 yards and three touchdowns on 16 attempts, lifting Mishawaka to a 49-7 win over South Bend Clay. Darian Phillips added 119 total yards and two scores, one passing and one running, for the Cavemen.
Cameron Morgan carried the ball 22 times for 155 yards and two touchdowns, leading Bloomington North to a 21-13 win over Columbus North. Jack Smith accounted for 116 yards of offense and one score for the Cougars. Mitchell Kelley paced the Bulldogs with 109 total yards and two scores on the ground.
Gynson Robley tossed four touchdown passes, two each to Jake McGowan and Bryce Hogue in Indian Creek's 40-10 triumph over Eastern Hancock. Dokken Egenolf added 189 yards on the ground for the Braves.
Tanner Skeel accounted for 136 yards passing and two touchdowns as Greenwood edged Martinsville, 17014. Spencer Schmidt's 29-yard field goal in the second quarter proved to be the difference for the Woodmen. Josh LaRue tossed for 173 yards and ran for a touchdown for Martinsville.
Jackson Heath threw for six touchdowns in Heritage Christian's 62-7 win over Anderson Prep Academy. Andrew Hunt chipped in three receptions for scores for the Eagles.
Brandon Peters passed for 240 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a third score, guiding Avon to a 31-10 win over Hamilton Southeastern. Andrew Griffin had nine catches for 108 yards for the Orioles, while Tyler Janney threw for 130 yards and ran for one tally for the Royals.
Joe Hart's 220 yards rushing and one touchdown paved the way for Lapel in a 41-8 decision over Indianapolis Broad Ripple. Brady Cherry passed for 107 yards and two scores to Todd Sherwood for the Bulldogs.
Sam Calvert's interception returned for a touchdown allowed Indianapolis Tindley to post a 26-20 win over Indianapolis Northwest.
Jackson Anthrop carried the ball eight times for 123 yards and two touchdowns and caught a pass for another score in Lafayette Central Catholic's 59-6 thrashing of Twin Lakes. Luke Fusiek had a touchdown reception and recovered a fumble for another score for the Knights.
Alexander Fabert's three touchdown passes to Riley Swatts helped Mooresville snap a 17-game Mid-State Conference losing skid with a 20-6 win over Plainfield. Morgan Hagee booted field goals of 43 and 28 yards for Plainfield.
Ashton Wilson romped for 128 yards and two touchdowns, leading Pendleton Heights to a 20-7 win over New Castle.
Cam Ridenour and Travis Schlabach combined for almost 300 yards rushing and five touchdowns, lifting Northridge to a 55-0 blanking of Wawasee. Ridenour had 14 carries for 138 yards and three scores and Schlabach added 14 rushes for 151 yards and two tallies. Payton Carson threw and ran for touchdowns for the Raiders, who outgained Wawasee, 453-61.
Bryce Banghart's blocked field goal attempt in the closing minute allowed Elkhart Memorial to hang on for a 14-13 win over Goshen. David Doyle returned a kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown, and Kaleb Summers racked up 13 tackles for the Chargers.
Jack Tiller booted a 21-yard field goal with four seconds remaining to lift Mishawaka Marian to a 15-13 victory over South Bend Adams. Jacob Whitfield tallied 144 yards on the ground and one touchdown on 24 attempts for the Knights. Gabe Brooks had 18 rushes for 129 yards and one score for the Eagles.
Tyler White connected on 14-of-19 passes for 203 yards and three touchdowns as South Bend Washington snapped an 18-game regular season losing streak with a 35-6 win over South Bend Riley. Antwon Ivery had five catches for 111 yards and two scores, and Torreq Rice ran for two touchdowns, including an 80-yard romp, for the Panthers.
Anthony Beck's 33-yard field goal in the second quarter proved to be the difference in Fishers' 16-13 victory over Noblesville. Maurice Campbell ran for 104 yards and one score for the Tigers. Carl Hardy paced the Millers with 107 yards through the air.
Jake Hendershot's touchdown run and two-point conversion throw lifted Tri-West to an 11-5 win over Lebanon.
Eli Wallace found the end zone three times, including a 97-yard kickoff return, helping Lakeland to a 20-7 win over Prairie Heights.
Jesse Brownfield passed for 280 yards and three touchdowns, leading Culver Academy to a 37-30 win over Buchanan (Mich.). Wheaton Jacoboice had two scoring catches, and Alex Johnson added 111 yards on the ground and one tally for the Eagles, who are 3-0 for the first time since 2006.
Jeron Gray and Bo Baker both went over the 100-yard mark on the ground as Kokomo cruised to a 66-7 win over Marion. Gray tallied 139 yards and three scores, while Baker added 117 yards and two touchdowns for the Wildkats, who recorded the largest margin of victory in the 90-game series. Jordan Holloman chipped in 75 yards rushing and two scores for Kokomo.
Brady Miller and Michael Richardson both scored touchdowns as Peru rallied for a 17-7 win over Eastern (Greentown). Austin Bates had 138 yards passing and one score for Eastern.
James Champ ran nine times for 176 yards and scores of 76 and 94 yards, lifting Lewis Cass to a 28-7 win over Northwestern at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Austin Hoover rolled up 278 yards on the ground and three touchdowns, leading Sheridan to a 33-27 win over Clinton Prairie. Bailey Jenkins ran for 136 yards and two scores, and Chase Joseph added a touchdown pass and run for Clinton Prairie.
Logan Harmeson completed 8-of-14 passes for 190 yards and two scores, helping Attica down Seeger, 35-6.
Tristen McLean threw for a touchdown and caught a pass for another score in Western's 39-0 blanking of Taylor. Tyler Knepley added a scoring run and pass for the Panthers, who rewarded first-year coach Ron Jankovich with his first win.
Kellen Woods passed for 142 yards and a touchdown, leading Tipton to a 24-13 win over Benton Central. Brody Dell added 123 yards rushing and one score for the Blue Devils. Freshman Koltin Tucker threw for 172 yards and one touchdown, and Gabe Barrett recorded 13 tackles for the Bison.
Austin Becker rushed for 166 yards and one score in Frontier's 19-0 win over Caston.
Baylee Adams tallied more than 400 yards and five touchdowns, guiding North Montgomery to a 40-14 win over Southmont. Adams threw for 308 yards and four scores and ran for 96 yards and on tally. Mitchell Dehne rolled up 200 yards of offense for Southmont.
Cody Colbert ran for 110 yards and one score, lifting defending Class 1A state champion Tri-Central to a 15-13 win over Carroll (Flora). Dillon Smith added 104 yards on the ground for the Trojans. Jared Miller tossed for 227 yards for the Cougars.
Joseph Williams ran for two touchdowns, helping Fort Wayne Snider to a 37-0 shutout over F.W Northrop. Jesse Bates added a pair of interceptions for the Panthers.
Noah Wezensky completed 9-of-10 passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns, lifting F.W. Bishop Luers to a 43-0 blanking of F.W. South. C.J. McCarter added two scores on the ground for the Knights.
Malik Higgins ran 17 times for 239 yards and one score and caught a pass for another tally, leading Evansville Reitz to a 35-14 victory over Castle. Evan Deig threw for 136 yards and three scores, and Nate Hansen added a pair of catches for touchdowns for the panthers. Dayne Keller tossed for 227 yards and two touchdowns, and Christian Peach tallied 106 yard rushing for the Knights.
Zach Norton rushed for 107 yards and one score as F.W. Bishop Dwenger held on for a 22-21 win over F.W. North. David Peters recorded 11 tackles and Noah Freimuth added 10 stops for the Saints. Arion Nieves threw for a pair of scores for the Redskins.
Branson Dossen threw for 235 yards and three touchdowns, helping Heritage to a 27-7 win over Woodlan.
Dylan Conner's one-yard touchdown run with 50 seconds left allowed Carroll (F.W.) to rally for a 22-19 win over Norwell. Cody Dinan tossed a pair of touchdown passes, Alex Anzeveno ran for 113 yards, and Blake Schumacher had a pair of interceptions for the Chargers. Piercen Harnish rushed for 199 yards and three touchdowns for the Knights.
Logan Leiter ran for 75 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Leo to a 24-0 win over Adams Central.
Garrett Elder's 45-yard touchdown run paved the way for Whitko in a 7-0 win over Southwood. Tanner Hughes rushed for 133 yards for the Wildcats. Nathan Hollars threw for 97 yards and ran for 94 yards for the Knights.
Jacob Casper scored a pair of touchdowns, including a one-yard run in the fourth quarter, lifting Manchester to a 27-20 win over Tippecanoe Valley. Alex Craig tossed for 189 yards and one score and ran for 127 yards and one tally for Tippy Valley. Brandon Webster added two catches for 123 yards and one touchdown for the Vikings.
Preston Hansell rushed for three touchdowns and passed for another score in Culver's 28-0 blanking of Triton.
McKinley Warren ran for 83 yards and two touchdowns, helping Evansville Memorial to a 28-6 win over Evansville North. Will Durchholz added 109 yards passing and one score for the Tigers.
Isaiah Kemper carried the football 43 times for 222 yards and three touchdowns, guiding Evansville Central to a 41-20 triumph over Evansville Bosse. Noah Fuchs was 7-of-10 through the air for 151 yards and two scores, and Jalen Pemberton added six receptions for 149 yards and two tallies for the Bears. Adonis Stewart rushed for 139 yards and one touchdown, and Raymond Garnett chipped in 16 tackles for the Bulldogs.
Julian Weidner had six touches for 189 all-purpose yards, including an 89-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, leading Evansville Mater Dei to a 49-21 win over Evansville Harrison. Ryan Hales passed for 136 yards and one score and ran for another tally for Harrison.
Joe Bichler ran seven times for 189 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Princeton to a 50-6 decision over Washington. Joe Wildt added two scores for the Tigers.
Nolan Ahrens tossed for 310 yards and four touchdowns in Jasper's 41-7 thrashing of Boonville. Austin Alles added a pair of catches for scores for the Wildcats.
Landon Barlet chalked up 174 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries, helping South Spencer to a 48-24 win against Tell City. Isiah Stokes added three scores for the Rebels. Elliott Brown scored three times to pace the Marksmen.
Trent Chad threw for two touchdowns and ran for a third score in Linton-Stockton's 28-6 win over Tecumseh.
Lane Lynch passed for four touchdowns and ran for a fifth score, leading Perry Central to a 55-0 blanking of Crawford County. Devin Martin and Luke Hilgenhold each caught two touchdown passes for the Commodores.
Nick Sellers racked up 262 yards passing and four touchdowns in Gibson Southern's 59-7 win over North Posey.
Conner Craig scored three touchdowns as Southridge cruised to a 49-0 triumph over Forest Park.
Tabin Breedlove tallied 112 yards on the ground and two touchdowns on 11 attempts in Bloomington South's 28-8 win over Franklin Central. Sam Helm recorded 15 tackles, Dillon Trimble added 12 stops, and Devin Buchtman had 11 tackles for the Panthers.