Central Catholic linebacker Ross Corcoran was named to the Indiana Football Coaches Association’s Top 50 All-State list, headlining the contingent of area players who received All-State honors.
Corcoran, a three-year starter, led the Knights to their fourth straight Class A state championship. The Top 50 list is compiled from players in all classes.
Senior All-State honors went to McCutcheon linebacker Matt Muncy (Class 5A), North Montgomery offensive lineman Dakota Ramey and linebacker Ty Webster and Southmont running back Pat Myers (3A), Fountain Central linebacker Michael Duane (2A) and Central Catholic wide receiver Timmy Mills and defensive back Will Jones, West Central running back Chantz Marlatt and defensive back Michael Hamilton, North White defensive back Colin Hileman and Carroll defensive back Ryan Spesard (1A).
Junior All-State selections included Lafayette Jeff running back Darian Green (5A), North Montgomery offensive lineman Ryan Bennett and West Lafayette running back Maurice Woodard (3A), Rensselaer linebacker Ab Kiger (2A) and Central Catholic defensive lineman Tyler Schrader, Attica defensive back Carson Davis and Carroll defensive back Brandon Dillon (1A).
Central Catholic hopes to get senior Alanna Roswarski back from an appendix injury for Saturday’s home game against Delphi.
Roswarski, who is averaging 11 points per game, didn’t play in last week’s win against Harrison or in Monday night’s victory against Fountain Central. Roswarski is 175 points shy of 1,000 for her career.
The Knights also are without cousins Angela and Emily Tharp. Emily Tharp is having knee surgery on Wednesday. Angela Tharp didn’t play Monday due to a gall bladder issue.
Central Catholic 54
Fountain Central 27
Emily Denhart scored 15 points and pulled down seven rebounds to lead the Knights (4-2), who were up 30-11 by halftime.
Freshman Cameron Onken joined Denhart in double figures with 10 points and Sarah Roswarski contributed eight.
Linley Smith led the Mustangs (1-4) with 16 points.
Covenant Christian 31
DeMOTTE – Jenna Sullivan moved within 11 points of 1,000 for her career, scoring 19 to lead Class A No. 7 Frontier (7-0).
Jesah Marlatt added 10 points and Kattie Lee had nine for the Falcons.
Turkey Run 19
ATTICA – Maci Kyger pulled off an unusual double-double, 22 points and 10 steals, for the Red Ramblers (4-2).
Nine different Attica players scored, including eight points from Kaylynn Kirkpatrick. She scored all of her points during the 23-6 second quarter run that gave the Red Ramblers control.