The Indiana Football Digest's Honor Roll – 2015 Volume 2

The Indiana Football Digest’s Honor Roll – 2015 Volume 2

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The Indiana Football Digest's Honor Roll – 2015 Volume 2

By Paul Condry And Matt Kopsea

TOP PERFORMANCES

Mikey Kidwell threw for 216 yards and five touchdowns, including two to Spencer Ronchetto, as West Lafayette exploded for 43-23 win over defending Class 3A state champion Tri-West. Travis Rolle added 183 yards rushing and one score for the Red Devils, who snapped Tri-West's 14-game winning streak.

Darrick Webster and Jimmy Elliott combined for 139 yards rushing and one touchdowns as Kankakee Valley upset 2014 Class 2A state champion Rensselaer Central, 29-8, in the battle for the Cracker Barrel. David Dahn added 10-yard fumble recovery for a score for the Kougars. Sam Ahler had 86 yards rushing and one score to go along with seven tackles for the Bombers.

Titus McCoy rushed for 114 of 131 yards in the second half and scored three touchdowns, including the game-winning one-yard run with under three minutes left, helping Center Grove to a 42-38 win over Warren Central. Joey Siderwicz completed all eight of his passes for 150 yards and two scores for the Trojans. Zach Summeier passed for 223 yards and three touchdowns and Isaac Avant added two scores, including an 85-yard kickoff return, for the Warriors, who allowed their most points since 2008.

Joel Durkes carried the ball 33 times for 332 yards and six touchdowns in Oak Hill's 46-21 win over Eastern (Greentown). Scott Mullinex threw for 130 yards and one score and ran for two more tallies for the Golden Eagles.

Michigan recruit Chris Evans found the end zone three times as defending Class 6A state champion Ben Davis cruised to a 63-0 win over Indianapolis Tech.

Jack Barron completed 12-of-19 passes for 191 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 79 yards and one score, leading Plymouth to a 37-19 win over Marshall County rival Bremen. Nate Nixon added eight catches for 143 yards and two touchdowns for the Rockies, who outscored Bremen, 25-8, in the fourth quarter.

Devon Colonis went 18-of-33 for 380 yards and five touchdowns in Lafayette Jeff's 35-28 win over Twin Lakes. Dan Ricksy added 99 receiving yards and one score and an interception with 47 seconds left to preserve the win for the Bronchos. Darian Collins added five catches for 172 yards and three touchdowns, and Alex Albrecht grabbed eight passes for 110 yards and one score for Jeff. Bryce Bennington had seven catches for 141 yards and a touchdown, Kris Goodlow ran for 173 yards and two scores, and Blake Bennington passed for 200 yards and one score and ran for another tally for the Indians.

Vincent Aldering converted field goals of 32, 34, and 42 yards along with three extra-points as five-time defending state champion Indianapolis Cathedral cruised to a 32-14 win over Lawrence Central. Markese Stepp ran for 135 yards and Max Bortenschlager added 130 yards through the air with one touchdown and one score on the ground for the Irish.

Senior quarterback Darian Phillips rushed 18 times for 186 yards and four touchdowns and also threw a 62-yard scoring pass to Sam Eggleston, lifting Mishawaka to a 40-10 win over Portage. Phillips scored on romps of seven, one, 52, and 25 yards for the Cavemen, who rolled up over 300 yards on the ground.

Michael Viktrup accounted for 153 yards of offense, good for two touchdowns, as Carmel downed Hamilton Southeastern, 28-7. Viktrup had 93 yards passing with one score and 60 yards rushing with another tally. Tobias Watkins added 101 yards on the ground and one touchdown for the Greyhounds. Carter Poiry had 198 yards total yards and one score for the Royals.

Tate Blessing rambled 20 times for 148 yards and two touchdowns, leading Jasper to a 28-14 win over Evansville Memorial. Will Durcholz threw for 240 yards and one touchdown, while Jackson Jones racked 13 tackles and Jack Folz added 12 stops for Memorial.

Ryan Pepiot was 19-of-25 through the air for 229 yards and two touchdowns in Westfield's 38-21 triumph over Lafayette Harrison. Nate Froelich added two scores on the ground for the Shamrocks. Dawson Dahnke had 115 yards rushing and one tally for the Raiders.

Cedric Vakalahi romped for 131 yards for 10 carries, including a 76-yard touchdown run, leading Penn to a 34-0 blanking of Valparaiso. Camden Bohn racked up 143 total yards and three scores on the ground for the Kingsmen, who outgained Valpo, 427-110.

Michael Dennison had three fumble recoveries, including one in the end zone for a touchdown, helping Mishawaka Marian post a 42-13 win over South Bend Clay. Alex Horvath added 136 yards rushing and two scores and Collin Martin had a pair of interceptions for the Knights, who outscored Clay, 28-6, in the second half. Izzy Mitchell threw for 211 yards and two scores for the Colonials.

Dion Williams and Gino Francesconi both surpassed the 100-yard rushing mark and scored two touchdowns apiece, guiding 2014 Class 5A state runner-up LaPorte to 49-21 win over defending Class 4A state runner-up New Prairie in the annual battle for the Milk Jug. Williams accounted for 140 yards on 12 carries, while Francesconi had 16 attempts for 123 yards. Eric Mazany completed 4-of-6 passes for 119 yards and two scores to Scott Cooper as the Slicers tallied over 450 yards of total offense.  Nick Brassell ran for 167 yards, including a 74-yard touchdown, for the Cougars.

Kray Klopfenstein was responsible for four touchdowns as Leo used a 28-point first quarter outburst on its way to a 48-14 win over South Bend Riley. Klopfenstein threw for 116 yards and two scores and added runs of 28 and four yards into the end zone.

In his first varsity start, quarterback Tony Carmola ran for 11 yards and two touchdowns and passed for 129 yards and another tally, lifting South Bend St. Joseph to 37-24 win over Concord. Cedric Mitchell had an 86-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and a 76-yard reception from Jason Grooms for another scores for Concord.

Nick Quarandillo tied a school-record with three interceptions as Elkhart Central rallied for a 28-25 victory over rival Elkhart Memorial in the battle for the "Mangy Lion". Eddie Tayler's fumble recovery in the end zone at the end of the third quarter helped the Blazers erase an early 19-0 deficit. Ross Kirkton passed for 195 yards and three touchdowns, including a pair to J.T. Webb for Central. Zach Hawkins tossed for 196 yards and four touchdowns to Davon Long and also ran for 105 yards for the Chargers.  Long finished with six catches for 121 yards. 

Daniel Wallace tossed for 69 yards and one touchdown, ran for another tally, and intercepted two passes on defense, lifting John Glenn to a 26-20 win over Rochester. Camden Doyle added 92 yards rushing and one score for the Falcons. The Zebras suffered a tough break in the fourth quarter when quarterback Brett Abbott suffered a season-ending leg injury.

Jeff Stoll accumulated 157 yards on the ground and three touchdowns as Goshen snapped a 23-game losing streak with a 26-7 triumph over Fairfield. In picking up their first win since 2012 campaign, the Redskins held the football 44:28, compared to 15:32 for Fairfield.

Trey Bilinski passed for 140 yards and one score, lifting NorthWood to a 16-6 win over Jimtown. Tanner Cleveland added 105 yards rushing and a touchdown for the Panthers. Sam Pawlak had 172 yards through the air and one touchdown and Dylan Guldaged chipped in two interceptions for the Jimmies.

Tyler Smith ran for 138 yards and three touchdowns in Wawasee's 21-7 win over Griffith. Noah Wadkins tallied 136 yards rushing for the Warriors.

Adam Steinke threw for 100 yards and two touchdowns as LaVille used a 20-point fourth quarter outburst to pull away for a 33-7 over West Central. Mason Leed added 80 yards rushing and two scores, while Porter Minix chipped in three quarterback sacks and a pair of tackles for losses for the Lancers.

Will McGarvey rambled for 91 yards and three touchdowns in Warsaw's 27-3 win over Columbia City. Michael Jensen chipped in 151 yards passing and one score for the Tigers.

Cam Nickell's 27-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter helped Northridge earn a 10-7 win over South Bend Adams. Nick Hooley threw for 105 yards and ran for 90 yards and one tally in his first start, while Bryce Johnson added three interceptions for the Raiders.

Ryan Hallenback ran for a touchdown and caught a pass for another tally, lifting Culver Academy to a 27-19 victory against Tippecanoe Valley. Michael Bocker completed 6-of-7 passes for 94 yards and two scores for the Eagles.

Eli Wallace romped for 234 yards and two touchdowns as Lakeland used a big fourth quarter to claim a 36-22 win over Churubusco. Tanner Raatz added 99 yards rushing, including the go-ahead 40-yard touchdown run in the final stanza for the Lakers.

Chase Joseph rolled up 273 yards of offense with three touchdown passes and two runs for scores, helping Clinton Prairie to a 52-16 win over Frontier. Grant Ream added two catches for scores and Trevor Reece had 104 yards receiving and one score for the Gophers. Danyon McCracken 136 yards on the ground for the Falcons.

Trevor Liechty passed for 225 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Zionsville to a 35-6 win over McCutcheon.

Bailey Adams had 303 yards through the air and four touchdowns in North Montgomery's 48-7 thrashing of Benton Central. Devon Zachary added six catches for 163 yards and two scores for the Chargers.

Dylan Shelley scored a pair of touchdowns, including an interception return in the fourth quarter, leading Frankfort to a 38-29 win over Western. Jarrod Smith threw for three scores and ran for another tally for the Hot Dogs. Tyler Knepley passed for 113 yards and one score and ran for 95 yards and two tallies, while Brooklyn Watters added 105 yards rushing for the Panthers.

Nathaniel Farabee and Zach Worm both surpassed the 100-yard rushing plateau as Southmont edged Fountian Central, 21-20. Farabee had 146 yards and one touchdown and Worm added 107 yards and two tallies for the Mounties.

Logan Harmeson threw for 144 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 93 yards and three scores in Attica's 62-0 blanking of Riverton Parke. Austin Durham chipped in five receptions for 103 yards and three scores for the Red Ramblers.

John Dafcik had 167 yards on the ground with three touchdowns and also threw for two scores, helping South Newton to a 42-20 win over North Newton. Jono Bigger paced North Newton with 129 yards passing and two touchdowns.

Michael Sans recorded 14 tackles, but it wasn't enough as Floyd Central suffered a 41-0 setback to Louisville Male.

Jordan Jusevitch ran for a touchdown and caught a pass for another tally, leading Lowell to a 21-7 win over Crown Point.  Darrion Hornickle added two interceptions for the Red Devils. Chase Ferree racked up 10 tackles for the Bulldogs.

Tyler Meurer scored three touchdowns, guiding Linton-Stockton to a 35-19 triumph over Speedway. Garrett Mason added two scores for the Miners. Chris Valentine threw for 157 yards and two scores, and Jacob Jones accumulated 197 all-purpose yards, including a 45-yard punt return for a touchdown, for the Sparkplugs.

Andrew Jumonville tossed for 132 yards and one touchdown and Jeff Proctor chipped in 111 yards rushing and one score in Munster's 20-19 win over Lake Central. Scott Fisher added two field and two extra-points for the Mustangs. Anthony Giles ran seven times for 137 yards and three touchdowns, Ethan Darter threw for 194 yards, and Austin Atkins caught 10 passes for 124 yards for the Indians. Nick Lucas tallied 14 tackles and Brian Sytsmai added 12 stops for Lake Central

Luke Johnston passed for 283 yards and two touchdowns in Southport's 27-21 win over Indianapolis Roncalli at Lucas Oil Stadium. Robbie Strader threw a pair of scoring passes for Roncalli.

Zach Eaton tossed for 161 yards and three scores, lifting Fishers to a 28-0 shutout of Indianapolis North Central.

Brandon Peters accounted for 245 yards passing and five touchdowns in Avon's 41-0 blanking of Plainfield. Andrew Griffen hauled in eight receptions for 113 yards and three scores, while Cory DuPriest had a touchdown catch and run for the Orioles.

Gabe Coleman carried the football 37 times for 227 yards and a touchdown, helping Indianapolis Bishop Chatard to a 27-17 victory over Brebeuf Jesuit. Lewis Dilts added 105 yards passing and one score, and Caleb Koblets converted field goals of 32 and 21 yards for the Trojans. Luke Iffert passed for 225 yards and one touchdown, while Drew Bevelhimer connected for three field goals for the Braves.

Brandon Patterson, Jace Carpenter, and Chris Richardson tallied two touchdowns apiece as Whiteland cruised to a 66-0 blanking of South Dearborn. Shaw Cloud added 11 carries for 113 yards and one score for the Warriors.

Jason King accounted for 119 yards passing and 72 yards on the ground, good for three touchdowns, in Indianapolis Arlington's 36-6 win over Clarksville. Jeremy King chipped in a scoring run and catch for the Golden Knights.

Lex Martin threw for 226 yards and three touchdowns to Devon Motley, leading Indianapolis Scecina to a 32-6 win against Elwood. Motley had six catches for 157 yards and an 82-yard kickoff return for a score for the Crusaders.

Matt McCloskey passed for 175 yards and two scores, helping Perry Meridian to a 28-17 win over Greenwood. Jordan Marion ran for 100 yards and one touchdown for the Falcons. A.J. Reingardt threw for 218 yards and two scores, and Jackson Daugherty had five catches for 101 yards for the Woodmen.

Brennan Thieneman rambled for 92 yards and two touchdowns as Guerin Catholic downed Martinsville, 26-9. Elliott Charlebois added 117 yards through the air and one score for the Golden Eagles.

Ethan Jones ran and threw for a touchdown in Hamilton Heights' 21-6 triumph over Mount Vernon (Fortville). Jimmy Campbell rushed for 128 yards and tossed for 105 yards and one tally for Fortville.

Gynson Robley passed for 275 yards and two touchdowns, leading Indian Creek to a 41-20 triumph over Knightstown. Brandon Dunn added two scores on the ground for the Braves. Riley Ruble scored a pair of touchdowns and Tyler Burton added a scoring pass and run for the Panthers.

Mitchell Burton has 10 carries for 210 yards and four touchdowns, lifting Columbus North to a 54-7 victory over Franklin. Triton Perry added 210 yards and two scores, while Alex Algee had eight catches for 229 yards and three scores for the Bulldogs.

Josh Majors had 12 receptions for 123 yards and two touchdowns from Alex Downard in Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter's 22-16 win over Monrovia. Garrison Lee ran for 144 yards and one score and Dalton Smith added 108 yards and one tally for Monrovia.

Chase Andries threw for two touchdowns and ran for two more scores, helping Beech Grove cruise to a 74-21 win over Indianapolis Lutheran. Dallas Collpepper, Isiah Holse, and Walter Ballinger chipped in two scores apiece for the Hornets. Bailly Barham paced the Saints with two touchdowns.

Keshawn Moore was 11-of-13 for 230 yards and three touchdowns in New Haven's 42-0 shutout over Heritage. Nishawn Jones added 146 yards on the ground, Tyon Woods had four catches for 175 yards and two scores and ran for another tally, and Desmond Coleman scored twice for the Bulldogs. Justyn Hart paced the Patriots with 107 yards rushing.

Ohio State recruit Austin Mack scored twice, including a 99-yard kickoff return, and also came up with an interception, lifting Fort Wayne Bishop Luers to a 28-15 victory over Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger. Noah Wezensky overcame a sore foot to toss for 124 yards and two scores for the Knights. In his first varsity start, Blake Podschlne threw for 259 yards and two touchdowns for the Saints.

Isaac Stiebeling was 13-of-15 for 171 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a third tally, leading Fort Wayne Snider to a 49-0 blanking of Fort Wayne Wayne. Dominick Scott added two scores on the ground, and Damarious Ridley came up with two interceptions, including one returned 45 yards for a score, for the Panthers.

Northwestern bound quarterback Aidan Smith completed 12-of-20 attempts for 225 yards and three touchdowns and ran for a fourth score as Carroll (Fort Wayne) cruised to a 48-14 win over Fort Wayne Northrop for its first Summit Athletic Conference victory. Dylan Conner chipped in a scoring run and catch for the Chargers. Jason Ash ran for 111 yards and two scores for the Bruins.

Arion Nieves went 8-of-10 through the air for 177 yards and two scores and ran seven times for 130 yards and one tally in Fort Wayne North's 49-14 thrashing of Fort Wayne South. Montrail Moore had 15 carries for 103 yards, and Logan Capps added two scores and eight tackles for the Redskins. Dennis Johnson tossed for 111 yards for the Archers.

Drew Keszei accounted for 300 total yards and three touchdown passes in his first varsity start as Homestead downed Fort Wayne Concordia, 49-33, for its first SAC triumph. Landon Durnell ran for two scores for the Spartans. Daniel Sparks tossed for 316 yards and two touchdowns, Peterson Kerlegrand rushed for 127 yards and one score, and Colton Grahovic chipped in eight receptions for 116 yards for the Cadets.

Mitchell VanBrocklin rambled for 106 yards and a score, guiding Woodlan to a 29-12 decision over Eastside. Justin Durkes threw for 155 yards, and Jordan Delagrange racked up 12 tackles for the Warriors. Conner Dove paced the Blazers with 160 yards passing and one score.

Andrew Hammond's 27-yard touchdown pass to Stephen Eicher with 1:27 remaining in regulation helped Adams Central post a 21-20 win over Bellmont. Hunter Bates added 123 yards on the ground and one score for the Flying Jets.

Kiante Enis rambled for 341 yards and four touchdowns as Winchester cruised to a 42-7 win over South Adams. The Michigan recruit also returned an interception 69 yards for another tally.

Garrett Elder and Zach Hewitt both went over the 100-yard mark rushing in Whitko's 48-6 victory over Cambridge City Lincoln. Elder rambled for 170 yards and four touchdowns, while Hewitt recorded 104 yards for the Wildcats.

Luke Elliott, Andrew Barajas, and Peyton Watson all ran for over 100 yards and combined for four scores as Eastbrook rolled up over 400 yards on the ground in a 41-0 shutout over Norwell.

Zach Mills ran for 147 yards, returned a kickoff for a touchdown, and threw a pass for another tally, leading Delta to a 63-0 blanking of Jay County.

Tanner Burns completed 6-of7 passes for 109 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Garrett to a 52-12 triumph against Prairie Heights. Jaden Barker added 84 yards rushing and three scores for the Railroaders.

Shaw Smith threw a touchdown pass, ran for another score, and chalked up 10 tackles in Central Noble's 18-12 overtime win over West Noble. Kaleb Mooney added a touchdown catch and 12 tackles for the Cougars. Bradley Martin scored twice for the Chargers.

Stuart Glascow was 8-of-9 passing for 179 yards and a touchdown and also ran for a score Saturday as Whiting blanked Hammond Clark, 42-0, in the "Battle of 119th Street." Miguel Rivera added two scores on the ground, while Martin Petrue had four catches for 136 yards with one score to go along with an interception for the Oilers.

Andrew McCormick and Zack Jenkins each threw for over 100 yards Saturday, helping East Noble to a 34-18 win against Hammond Morton. McCormick had 134 yards through the air with two touchdowns and also ran for a score, while Jenkins added 114 yards and one tally. Jake Torrie caught seven passes for 113 yards and one score, and Dylan Hunley caught a touchdown pass and recorded a pair of interceptions for the Knights. Lorenzo Topps had five catches for 142 yards for the Governors.

Hunter Rycerz tallied 198 yards of offense with two touchdowns on the ground and one through the air, leading Highland to a 64-6 win over Lake Station. Julius Davila added two scores, including an 85-yard fumble recovery, for the Trojans.

Noah Eaton passed for 118 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for two scores as South Central rallied for a 34-28 win over Bowman Academy. Jonathan Mitchell tossed for 134 yards and two scores, and Isaiah Cole added two scoring catches and one score on the ground for Bowman.

Jeron Gray ran for 116 yards as Kokomo hung on for a 7-6 win over Chesterton. Garritt Slatcoff finished with 130 yards of offense and one tally for Chesterton.

Devon Moore was a one-man wrecking crew with 154 yard through the air with two touchdowns and 64 yards on the ground with two more scores in Hammond's 47-14 thrashing of East Chicago Central. Tim Echols added two scores, including a 19-yard interception return, for the Wildcats.

Bryan Schmidt's one-yard touchdown run early in the fourth quarter paved the way for Andrean to post a 15-12 win at Merrillville. D.J. Wilkins led Merrillville with 194 yards passing and one score.

Isaiah Gransberry scored a pair of touchdowns in Hobart's 35-6 triumph over Gary West. Jared Zanolla added two scoring tosses for the Brickies.

Jake LaFever racked up 156 total yards and three rushing touchdowns as Wheeler cruised to a 40-14 win over River Forest. Jacob Wasz rambled for 107 yards and two scores for the Bearcats. Luis Cordero scored twice for the Ingots, including an 85-yard kickoff return.

Kyle Heard accumulated 131 yards rushing and three touchdowns, helping Hammond Gavit post a 63-0 win over Calumet. Jobanny Herrera threw for 130 yards and two scores as the Gladiators earned their first shutout since 2013.

Austin Miller was jack of all trades with a 78-yard interception return for a touchdown, a scoring reception, and a fumble recovery during Northwestern's 26-13 win over Clinton Central.

Kellen Woods tossed for 143 yards and two touchdowns and added a score on the ground as Tipton downed Madison-Grant, 38-21.

Cody Colbert had 97 yards rushing and one touchdown and hauled in a pass from Colten Leinninger for another tally in Tri-Central's 27-14 decision over Lapel. Leinninger had 71 yards through the air with two scores, and Dillon Smith rushed for 140 yards and a touchdown for the Trojans.

Kyle Tuley was 18-of-24 passing for 313 yards and two touchdowns, leading Tecumseh to 34-0 blanking of North Daviess. Tuley also ran for two scores and had a pair of interception as the Braves won their season opener for the first time since 2008. Jack Jackson added six catches for 113 yards and one score for Tecumseh.

Nick Sellers threw for 290 yards and three touchdowns, helping Gibson Southern to 63-0 shutout over Forest Park.

Kenton Crews caught a pass for a touchdown and ran for another tally in Heritage Hills' 20-14 win over Mount Vernon (Posey).

Jacob Braun found the end zone twice as Perry Central posted a 33-0 shutout over Tell City.

Braiden Burton ran 21 times for 257 yards and three touchdowns, leading Boonville to a 35-13 win over Washington. Max Lancaster tossed for 125 yards for Washington.

Drayke Richardt scored on runs of nine, 36, and one yard Saturday as Evansville Mater Dei cruised to a 35-14 win over Indianapolis Northwest. Kurtis Wilderman added 154 yards through the air for the Wildcats.

Isaac Mayer rambled for 100 yards, including a 42-yard touchdown run midway through the fourth quarter, lifting North Posey to a 14-7 win over South Spencer. Landon Barlett paced South Spencer with 151 yards rushing and one score.

Lane Rumple and Joe Bichler both surpassed the 100-yard mark in total offense as Princeton rolled to 63-6 win over Wood Memorial. Rumple threw for 105 yards and two touchdowns, while Bichler ran for 108 yards and two scores for the Tigers.

Logan Grim rushed for 151 yards and three touchdowns, helping Terre Haute North post a 27-11 win over Castle. Chris Barrett added 160 yards on the ground and passed for 77 yards and one score for the patriots. Dayne Keller tossed for 161 yards and one touchdown, and Jadrien Higginson rushed for 119 yards for the Knights.

Raymond Garnett accounted for two touchdowns, including a 53-yard interception return, in Evansville Bosse's 26-11 win over Pike Central

Evan Deig completed 23-of-26 attempts for 316 yards and two touchdowns, lifting Evansville Reitz to a 62-14 thrashing of Henderson County (Kentucky). Isaac Flowers added four scores on the ground, and Kerrion Ringo had five catches for 101 yards and two touchdowns for the Panthers.

Alberto Piloni tallied three touchdowns as Terre Haute South raced to a 26-7 win over Evansville North. Evan Steppe threw for 201 yards and two scores, and Keontae' Smith ran for 126 yards for the Braves.

Ryan Hales passed for 105 yards and two touchdowns and ran for two more scores, lifting Evansville Harrison to a 54-9 triumph against Madisonville North Hopkins (Kentucky).

Tias Stewart carried the ball three times for 107 yards and two scores in Evansville Central's 53-0 shutout of Indianapolis Marshall.

Danny Brewer ran for 143 yards and three touchdowns, leading Covington to a 28-0 win over South Vermillion. Noah Snoddy recorded 14 tackles for the Trojans.

Hunter Volls rushed for 107 yards and one touchdown and caught an 88-yard pass for another tally in West Vigo's 27-12 win over North Central (Farmersburg). Dakota Short chipped in 103 yards on the ground and two scores for the Vikings.

Andre Wells ran for 151 yards and two touchdowns and caught a pass for another tally, helping Muncie Central claim a 40-13 win over Pendleton Heights.

Dawson Allen raced for 116 yards and one score in Yorktown's 34-21 victory over Anderson. Brogan Miller added two scores on the ground and one through the air, and Kelly Watson recorded 11 tackles for the Tigers. Dylan Barron tossed for 175 yards and a touchdown, and Dayshaun Johnson had five catches for 106 yards and one score for the Indians.

Devin Denny tallied 151 yards rushing and three touchdowns, helping Eastern Hancock post a 33-7 win over Northeastern. Austin Smith added six catches for 194 yards and one score, Jarrett Lewis threw for 169 yards, and Owen Hunt racked up 20 tackles for the Royals.

Parker Holland ran the ball five times for 110 yards and three scores, lifting Richmond to a 49-20 win over Connersville. Jordan Christian had 152 yards through the air, and Dre Davis added six receptions for 107 yards for the Red Devils. Paxton Caldwell paced the Spartans with 100 yards rushing and two touchdowns.

Derek Dearth rushed for 153 yards and two touchdowns, guiding Union County to a 50-34 win over Oldenburg Academy. Dylan Dearth added three trips to the end zone for the Patriots. Matt Moorman threw for 320 yards and five touchdowns to Mike Wandstrat, who had 10 catches for 104 yards, while Owen Sporleder added six receptions for 122 yards for the Twisters.

Jordan Anderson racked up 97 yards on the ground and three touchdowns in Triton's 26-20 win over Caston. Jeremy Jones chipped in 118 yards and one score for the Trojans.

Bryce Montgomery ran for 93 yards and a touchdown and returned a fumble for another score, leading Alexandria to a 21-8 win over Wes-Del.

Bobby Pierce and Dalton Hatcher both surpassed the 100-yard rushing mark in Shenandoah's 44-23 triumph over Hagertown. Pierce had 108 yards and one touchdown, while Hatcher added 103 yards and a score. Cody Rudy tallied two trips to the end zone for the Raiders.

Isaiah Delph exploded for 303 yards rushing and four touchdowns as Frankton breezed to a 53-6 win over Anderson Prep Academy. Travis McGuire tossed for 113 yards and two scores, and Maurice Knight added two scores, including a 66-yard punt return, for the Eagles.

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