Jaden Renau rushed for two touchdowns and Carroll defeated North White 26-6 Friday night in Monon, the first of two consecutive meetings between the two schools.
North White (5-4) lost sophomore quarterback Luke Diener to a broken leg in the first half and sputtered to 148 total yards, including just 5 passing. Diener was the area’s seventh-leading rusher (799 yards) and interceptions co-leader (five) coming into the game.
The Vikings will again host Carroll (5-4) next week in a Class A sectional football game.
Reneau gave Carroll a 6-0 lead in the first quarter on a 14-yard run. A 66-yard touchdown pass fro Jared Miller to Kreed Switzer made it 14-0. Chandler Eurit added an 11-yard TD run to make it 20-0 at halftime.
Connor Cain averted a shutout for the Vikings with his 5-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.
Blake Justice’s 40-yard touchdown pass to Brenden Kidd and Trenton Kyburz’s two-point conversion run with 3:07 to play rallied the Cavaliers to a road victory.
Kyburz’s 5-yard touchdown run with 3:49 to play in the third quarter drew Tri-County (4-5) within 21-20, but Quentin Douglass’ second touchdown run of the night, a 51-yarder with 5:14 to play, extended the lead for Caston (2-7).
Justice completed just three passes but two of them went for touchdowns, including a 35-yarder to Kyle Miller in the second quarter that drew Tri-County within 15-14 at halftime. Justice also rushed for 135 yards and a touchdown.
Douglass gained 208 yards on 21 carries.
Turkey Run 8
The Red Ramblers scored three touchdowns before their offense took the field, thanks to an interception return by Lance Whorrall and two fumble returns for touchdowns by Cody Parker.
Whorrall also had a 65-yard punt return for a touchdown in the second quarter. Hunter Mroczkiewicz recovered a third fumble for an Attica touchdown to make it 61-0.
When Attica (6-3) did put its offense on the field, Brady Sheridan threw touchdown passes to Justin Harmeson, Tyler Campbell and Carson Davis. Parker scored a third TD on a 2-yard run in the second quarter.
Fountain Central 55
Daniel Harrison and Jared Fishero each rushed for three touchdowns to help the Class A No. 6 Mustangs (8-1) wrap up second place in the Wabash River Conference at 6-1.
Harrison rushed for 155 yards on 19 carries, while Fishero gained 77 on 18 attempts. Koby Pierce was 10 of 13 passing for 220 yards and two touchdowns.
The visiting Mustangs fell behind 12-7 before taking the lead for good on Harrison’s 3-yard run in the second quarter.
Twin Lakes 62
North Judson 20
Quarterback Cameron Bennington had a Senior Night to remember, passing for 332 yards and five touchdowns while also rushing for 120 and a score.
Bryce Bennington caught five passes for 132 yards and three TDs. Corbin Tirpak caught two touchdown passes among his seven receptions for 136 yards.
Lane Robertson needed just five carries to gain 96 yards on the ground for the Indians (5-4).
Benton Central 0
Rylan Arihood rushed for four touchdowns, and Hunter Wright returned an interception 26 yards for a touchdown to lead the Class 2A No. 6 Bombers (7-2).
Benton Central (1-8) was held to 4 first downs and 12 net yards of total offense. That total includes minus-15 yards rushing on 28 carries. Rensselaer also forced four turnovers.
Luke Robertson had 2½ sacks and kicked field goals of 27 and 41 yards for the Bombers. Arihood rushed for 65 yards on 17 carries.
North Montgomery 56
Bailey Adams’ 25-yard interception return for a touchdown with 46 seconds to play in the first half launched a 35-0 run for the Chargers (7-2).
Jalen West rushed for a touchdown and passed 30 yards to Nick Archer for scores that gave North Montgomery a 42-26 lead. Alex Parsons gave the Chargers a second pick-six, also going 25 yards for a touchdown that made it 49-26 early in the fourth quarter.
West rushed for 81 yards and was 10 of 16 passing for 165 yards.
West Central 36
Justin Mersch ran for three second-half touchdowns to help Class A No. 9 Pioneer rally.
Parker Fritz rushed for three touchdowns in the first half and Hunter Holiday ran for two scores and passed for a third for West Central (6-3).
Sam Kiser, who rushed for 194 yards, began Pioneer’s comeback from a 30-20 deficit with a 32-yard touchdown pass to Caleb Kindley just before halftime. Mersch finished with 119 yards rushing.
The eighth-ranked (Class 2A) Blue Devils held Delphi to 22 net yards rushing, while Austin Hooker and Nate Hein accounted for four touchdowns in this Hoosier Conference victory.
Hooker threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Hein that made it 17-0 at halftime and added two second-half TD runs. Hein also rushed for a touchdown as Tipton (6-3) collected 273 yards on the ground.
Kyle Hendershot’s three touchdown passes helped the Class 3A No. 10 Bruins (8-1) claim the outright Sagamore Conference title.
Travis Harris threw a 31-yard touchdown pass to P.J. Schafer and Robert Manns had a 5-yard touchdown run for Crawfordsville (0-9). Manns rushed for 68 yards.
Bradon Gallinger rushed for a 31-yard touchdown for the Falcons (1-8), who were held to 93 total yards.