VEEDERSBURG – Trevor Loveall returned a punt, caught a pass and returned an interception for touchdowns in the first five minutes, launching Class A No. 6 Fountain Central to a 76-14 victory over Riverton Parke on Friday night.
The Mustangs (3-0) scored on seven of their first 15 plays, including a 33-yard run by Daniel Harrison and a 77-yard scamper by Jared Fishero during a 35-point first quarter. Koby Pierce added a 12-yard touchdown pass to Ethan Woodrow and Colin Strange had a 17-yard touchdown run in that 15-play stretch.
Fishero led 11 ballcarriers for Fountain Central with 93 yards on two carries. Kicker Christian Viveros was 10 of 10 on extra points.
ATTICA – The Red Ramblers (3-0) extended their shutout streak to 12 quarters, holding Seeger to 97 total yards.
Brady Sheridan threw a pair of touchdown passes to Carson Davis and ran for a score. Attica added an unusual touchdown in the third quarter, when Tyler Campbell lateraled to Lance Whorrall for a 60-yard punt return touchdown.
Sheridan rushed for 98 yards on 12 carries.
North Judson 7
NORTH JUDSON – Dylan Wright threw four touchdown passes and ran for a score to lead the Class 2A No. 7 Bombers (3-0).
Wright gave Rensselaer the lead for good with a 10-yard run in the first quarter. After Eli Isom’s 94-yard run made it 14-0, Wright threw a pair of touchdown passes to Dustin Fleming and one each to Trevor Hill and Dalton Sanders to make it 42-7 at halftime.
Wright rushed for 82 yards on six carries, while Isom led all rushers with 109 on three attempts. Rylan Arihood picked up 92 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries.
Adam Langley paced Rensselaer’s defense with 10 tackles.
West Central 60
WOLCOTT – Hunter Holiday ran for 169 yards and passed for 124 to account for nearly half of Class A No. 5 West Central’s 668 total yards.
Parker Fritz rushed for 119 yards and three scores, while Feliciano Villarreal just missed the century mark with 92 yards and two touchdowns for the Trojans (3-0).
Blake Justice’s 23-yard touchdown pass to Brenden Kidd put Tri-County (0-3) on the board in the second quarter.
Clinton Prairie 13
JEFFERSON – Austin Hoover spearheaded the Blackhawks’ 428-yard rushing effort, grinding out 233 and four touchdowns.
Garrett Chesney also ran for three touchdowns and gained 111 yards on six carries for Sheridan (1-2).
Kale Morris was 13 of 21 passing for 132 yards and a touchdown and ran for a score to lead Clinton Prairie (1-2).
FLORA – Garrett Kelley’s two touchdown runs in the fourth quarter thwarted Carroll’s second-half comeback.
Brandon Dillon had a pair of 4-yard touchdown runs for the Cougars, who pulled within 15-14 in the third quarter before Kelley ripped off scoring runs of 1 and 56 yards.
North White 0
WINAMAC – Tyler Katschke rushed for 173 yards and three touchdowns for Class A No. 3 Winamac (3-0).
North White (2-1) was held to 39 net yards and committed three turnovers.
South Newton 28
ROYAL CENTER – Justin Mersch and Sam Kiser each ran for three touchdowns to give Pioneer their first victory of the season.
John Dafcik threw touchdown passes to Sam Applegate, Trever Lowe and Skylar Sanders and ran for a score for South Newton (1-2).
DANVILLE – Ben Jones’ four touchdown runs highlighted a 227-yard night.
Travis Harris threw a 15-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter for Crawfordsville (0-3).
FULTON – Frontier jumped out to a 14-0 halftime lead on Austin Byrd’s 75-yard interception return but saw its losing streak extended to 31 games.
Brandon Gallinger added a 2-yard touchdown run in the first quarter for the Falcons.
Benton Central 14
TIPTON – Gunther Balenseifer caught a 60-yard touchdown pass and returned a kickoff 94 yards for a touchdown in a losing effort for the Bison (1-2, 0-1 Hoosier Conference).
Tyler Souligne threw for 165 yards and a touchdown with two interceptions for Benton Central. Class 2A No. 4 Tipton (3-0, 1-0) won its first game without injured starting quarterback Austin Hooker.
Western Boone 6
DOVER – James Brandenburg’s 4-yard touchdown run in the second quarter — and Evan Geibel’s point-after kick — lifted the Hot Dogs (1-2) to the upset in their Sagamore Conference opener.
Class 3A No. 4 Western Boone (2-1) scored in the first quarter on Logan Wethington’s 27-yard touchdown pass to Parker Boone. The point-after kick failed.