High school football roundup, Week 7

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Week 7 in Indiana high school football features one the state’s top matchups of the season, but Carmel made it look easy with a 37-14 victory over Ben Davis. IndyStar’s Kyle Neddenriep tracked the action. IndyStar is also covering Greenwood vs. Decatur Central, Western Boone vs. Tri-West and Avon vs. Westfield.

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INDYSTAR COVERAGE

CARMEL 37, BEN DAVIS 14: Class 6A No. 1 Greyhounds rip Giants

DECATUR CENTRAL 24, GREENWOOD 0: Stevens runs, passes at will for the Hawks

AVON 23, WESTFIELD 6: Derrick Tennant scores three times

TRI-WEST 20, WESTERN BOONE 13: Wesley Cook scores three times

FINAL SCORES

Avon 23, Westfield 6

Cardinal Ritter 21, Beech Grove 18

Carmel 37, Ben Davis 14

Cathedral 24, Fort Wayne Dwenger 9

Center Grove 42, Pike 6

Cincinnati Winton Woods 20, Bishop Chatard 12

Danville 50, Southmont 6

Decatur Central 34, Greenwood 0

Delta 47, Pendleton Heights 7

East Chicago Central 20, Northwest 6

Eastern Hancock 47, Wes-Del 20

Edgewood 32, Cascade 0

Edinburgh 20, Southside HomeSchool 14

Fishers 28, Tech 7

Franklin Central 14, Bloomington North 6

Hamilton Heights 21, Northwestern 13

Hamilton Southeastern 16, Noblesville 7

Heritage Christian 34, Lapel 20

Indian Creek 63, North Decatur 6

Lafayette Central Catholic 57, Broad Ripple 0

Lawrence Central 37, North Central 0

Lebanon 6, North Montgomery 0

Martinsville 12, Roncalli 10

Mt. Vernon 49, New Castle 14

Monrovia 36, Lutheran 18

New Palestine 72, Shelbyville 3

Oldenburg Academy 41, Tindley 16

Perry Meridian 34, Columbus North 14

Plainfield 31, Franklin 19

Sheridan 56, Tipton 16

Speedway 52, Park Tudor 35

Terre Haute South 21, Southport 14

Trinity Lutheran 46, Washington 14

Triton Central 29, Scecina 14

Tri-West 20, Western Boone 13

Warren Central 31, Lawrence North 7

Whiteland 33, Mooresville 6

Yorktown 36, Greenfield-Central 22

Zionsville 16, Brownsburg 3

SUSPENDED GAME

Brebeuf Jesuit and Guerin Cathloic will play at 3 p.m. Saturday


Ben Davis wide receiver Rashawn Bond hauls in a pass in the second half of the game held at Carmel High School on Friday, October 3, 2014. Carmel beat Ben Davis 37-14.

GAME DETAILS

CARDINAL RITTER 21, BEECH GROVE 18

The Raiders (3-4, 3-2) came into the Hornets’ (5-2, 4-2) house and scored a major victory in Indiana Crossroads Conference play, using a 15-point first quarter to hold off the home team.

Raiders running back Tommy Waites rumbled for 181 yards and two touchdowns on 34 carries, pacing a team that ran the ball 54 times, against just four pass attempts.

Cardinal Ritter

15

0

6

0

21

Beech Grove

0

12

6

0

18

CR – Tommy Waites 11 run (Lance Unland kick)

CR – Joe Everett 19 pass from Jeff Cmehil (Grant Schrack pass from Chmeil)

BG – Jamal Brumfield 24 pass from Chase Andries

BG – Brumfield 15 run

CR – Waites 6 run

BG – Matt Baughman 44 pass from Andries

CR

BG

First downs

5

11

Total Net Yards

240

237

Rushes-Yards

54-202

35-142

Passing

38

95

Comp-Att-Int

2-4-0

8-21-0

Punts-Average

3-26.3

5-27.2

Fumbles-Lost

1-0

3-0

Penalties-Yards

5-55

6-40

Rushing — Cardinal Ritter, Jeff Cmehil 14-22, Andre Guy 3-18, Josh Majors 2-(-19), Tommy Waites 34-181. Beech Grove, Ryan Ward 3-6, Jamal Brumfield 3-32, Chase Andries 18-44, Matt Baughman 1-7, LaMonte Richardson 10-53.

Passing — Cardinal Ritter, Jeff Cmehil 2-4-0-38. Beech Grove, Chase Andries 8-21-0-95.

Receiving — Cardinal Ritter, Joe Everett 2-38. Beech Grove, Jamal Brumfield 2-37, Daniel Johnson 1-6, Matt Baughman 1-44, Benjamin Neff 2-4, LaMonte Richardson 2-4.

CATHEDRAL 24, FW DWENGER 9

Evan Christopher bookended the Class 5A No. 6 Irish (2-4) victory with a 14 yard touchdown run in the first quarter and a 37 yard score in the fourth. The Saints (4-3), despite hitting halftime with a 9-7 lead, were held scoreless in the second half, and to -10 rushing yards for the entire contest. Caleb Cross compiled 150 rushing yards for Cathedral, with Christopher contributing 118 alongside his two scores.

FW Dwenger

3

6

0

0

9

Cathedral

7

0

7

10

24

C — Evan Christopher 14 run (Vincent Alerding kick)

FWD — FG Joe Steigmeyer 25

FWD — Ryan Berghoff 23 pass from Cody Miller (kick failed)

C — Max Bortenschlager 11 run (Alerding kick)

C — FG Alerding 23

C — Christopher 37 run (Alerding kick)

FWD

C

First downs

7

26

Total Net Yards

109

370

Rushes-Yards

22–10

53-285

Passing

119

85

Comp-Att-Int

7-21-1

11-18-1

Punts-Average

8-31.2

2-23.5

Fumbles-Lost

2-0

2-1

Penalties-Yards

8-88

8-150

Rushing — FW Dwenger, Code Miller 10–25, Amaun Clark 2-4, Zach Norton 8-10, Andrew Gabet 1-2, Mike Hake 1-(-1). Cathedral, Max Bortenschlager 6-21, Caleb Cross 31-150, Malcolm Dotson 1–1, Evan Christopher 13-118.

Passing — FW Dwenger, Code Miller 7-21-1-119. Cathedral, Max Bortenschlager 11-18-1-85.

Receiving — FW Dwenger, Amaun Clark 1-14, Peyton Philpot 1-35, Zach Norton 2-13, Andrew Gabet 1-15, Marcus Stepp 1-19, Ryan Berghoff 1-23. Cathedral, Caleb Cross 2-22, Malcolm Dotson 1-(-2), Evan Whigham 2-15, John Preston 1-9, James Schulz 1-10, Evan Christopher 4-31.

TECH 28, FISHERS 7

Maurice Campbell carried 22 times for 175 yards and two scores to lead Fishers (5-2) over Tech (3-2), 28-7. Tigers quarterback Zach Eaton accounted for his team’s other scores on a 12 yard pass to Isaiah Hartman and a 4-yard run.

Tech

0

14

7

7

28

Fishers

0

0

0

7

7

F — Maurice Campbell 5 run (Anthony Beck kick)

F — Isaiah Hartman 12 pass from Zach Eaton (Beck kick)

F — Campbell 28 run (Beck kick)

F — Eaton 4 run (Beck kick)

T — James Gilbert 54 run (Fernando Zuniga kick)

T

F

First downs

7

18

Total Net Yards

164

326

Rushes-Yards

41-150

37-230

Passing

14

96

Comp-Att-Int

2-15-0

13-24-0

Punts-Average

8-3.1

5-6.6

Fumbles-Lost

1-0

2-1

Penalties-Yards

6-30

10-89

Rushing — Tech, Jahyon Jones 2-5, Dax Baxter 7-19, James Gilbert 24-145. Fishers, Maurice Campbell 22-175, Jermaine Huddleston 10-37, Josh Lloyd 1-12, William Lee 2-6.

Passing — Tech, Jimmy Gates 2-14-0-14, Donovan Nance 0-1-0-0. Fishers, Zach Eaton 13-24-0-96.

Receiving — Tech, James Gilbert 1-1. Fishers, Noah Smyth 2-5, Simeon Foster 4-51, Chris Thomas 1-14.

PLAINFIELD 31, FRANKLIN 19

In a matchup of two teams desperate for a first Mid-State Conference win, the visiting Quakers’ (2-5, 1-3) relentless ground attack proved too much for the Grizzly Cubs (2-5, 0-4).

The Grizzly Cubs’ Jacob Stevenson and Quakers ‘ Dylan Foster combined for 283 rushing yards and five touchdowns.

Plainfield

7

3

14

7

31

Franklin

7

6

0

6

19

F – Jacob Stevenson 1 run (Justin Beasley kick)

P – Dylan Foster 1 run (Morgan Hagee kick)

F – Drew Utterback 42 fumble return

P – FG Hagee 30

P – Foster 11 run (Hagee kick)

P – Bryce Biddie 1 run (Hagee kick)

F – Stevenson 4 run

P – Foster 3 run (Hagee kick)

P

F

First downs

12

11

Total Net Yards

256

217

Rushes-Yards

47-205

49-204

Passing

51

13

Comp-Att-Int

3-6-0

1-2-0

Punts-Average

2-21.5

3-34.3

Fumbles-Lost

1-1

4-3

Penalties-Yards

6-35

5-30

Rushing — Plainfield, Jacob Maple 3-16, Coy Anderson 1-5, Tristan Southwood 8-46, Colin Nysewander 2–5, Bryce Biddle 4-9, Dylan Foster 29-134. Franklin Community, T. J. Ahlefeld 7-5, Zach Dowell 1-0, Chad Williams 2-11, Jacob Stevenson 26-149, Phoenix Campos 3-16, Ryan Torrance 7-21, Tyler Fromer 2-3.

Passing — Plainfield, Colin Nysewander 3-6-0-51. Franklin Community, T. J. Ahlefeld 1-2-0-13.

Receiving — Plainfield, Zach Archer 1-40, Dylan Foster 1-7. Franklin Community, Chad Williams 1-13.

MT. VERNON 49, NEW CASTLE 14

In a game featuring two Hoosier Heritage conference opponents, the Marauders (5-2, 4-1) jumped out to a 28-0 lead in the second quarter before the Trojans (1-6, 0-5) could strike back. The onslaught started with an interception returned for a score by Juwann Nelson, who added a running touchdown in the second quarter. Dan Werner scored three touchdowns, two rushing and one receiving.

New Castle

0

7

0

7

14

Mt. Vernon

14

21

14

0

49

MV — Juwann Nelson 30 interception return (Logan Justice kick)

MV — Dan Werner 5 run (Justice kick)

MV — Zach Spears 38 pass from Jimmy Campbell (Justice kick)

MV — Nelson 5 run (Justice kick)

NC — Hank Neal 30 run (Ryan Jones kick)

MV — Werner 2 pass from Campbell (Blaire Biehwet kick)

MV — Werner 40 run (Justice kick)

MV — Brayton Shannon 15 run (Biehwet kick)

NC — Neal 60 run (Jones kick)

Rushing — New Castle, Jackson Haynes 3-9, Hank Neal 16-94, Dylan Darling 3-9. Mt. Vernon, Brayton Shannon 16-182, Dan Werner 3-60, Jimmy Campbell 6-35, Juwann Nelson 2-15.

Passing — New Castle, Hank Neal 4-12-1-42. Mt. Vernon, Jimmy Campbell 11-18-0-171.

Receiving — New Castle, Jackson Haynes 1-2, Brady Renner 2-29, Dalton Engle 1-11. Mt. Vernon, Zach Spears 2-57, Dan Werner 5-68, Mitch McCarthy 1-7, Juwann Nelson 2-31, Logan Justice 1-8.

SPEEDWAY 52, PARK TUDOR 35

The Panthers (1-6, 0-5 Indiana Crossroads) couldn’t keep pace with the Sparkplugs (3-4, 1-4) in a high scoring affair. The Sparkplugs’ Jacob Jones had three touchdowns, the shortest of which was 49 yards. Shannon Hall and Jerome King also had rushing touchdowns for the Sparkplugs. Chris Valentine threw two touchdowns on just six passing attempts for the Sparkplugs. Ahrod Lloyd rushed for 104 yards and two touchdowns for the Panthers.

Speedway

20

19

7

6

52

Park Tudor

14

0

7

14

35

S — Jacob Jones 49 run (Jones kick)

PT — FG Downs 24

S — Jones 80 run (Melanie McHenry kick)

PT — FG Downs 36

PT — Lloyd 37 interception return (Frank run)

S — Jones 65 run (kick failed)

S — Jerome King 32 run (King kick)

S — Shannon Hall 3 run (kick failed)

S — Jones 55 punt return (kick failed)

S — Hall 42 pass from Chris Valentine (McHenry kick)

PT — Brimmage 48 pass from Rhodehamel (Downs kick)

S — Sam Ahrens 12 pass from Valentine (kick failed)

PT — Ahrod Lloyd 3 run (Downs kick)

PT — Lloyd 29 run (Downs kick)

S

P

First downs

9

15

Total Net Yards

490

376

Rushes-Yards

34-443

25-132

Passing

47

244

Comp-Att-Int

3-6-0

16-36-0

Punts-Average

3-40

6-27.5

Fumbles-Lost

1-0

2-0

Penalties-Yards

10-75

9-95

Rushing — Park Tudor, Austin Sventeckis 2-1, Ahrod Lloyd 11-104, Kenny Warren 9-50.

Passing — Speedway, Chris Valentine 3-6-0-47. Park Tudor, Jack Dassow 1-4-0-27.

Receiving — Park Tudor, Austin Sventeckis 1-10, Ahrod Lloyd 3-32, Evan Frank 5-94, Kenny Warren 1-15, Brent Brimmage 4-79, Adam Hartman 2-14.

PERRY MERIDIAN 34, COLUMBUS NORTH 14

The Falcons (2-5, 2-3) used a 21-point third quarter outburst to pull away from the visiting Bull Dogs (3-4, 2-4). The Conference Indiana teams remained tied heading into the half, but the visiting Bulldogs allowed three rushing touchdowns after coming out of the locker room.

Tristen Tonte accounted for 301 total yards of offense, using both his arm and legs to lead the Falcons to a much needed victory.

Columbus North

6

0

8

0

14

Perry Meridian

7

0

21

6

34

PM – Marion 9 run (Cameron McSorley kick)

CN – Jonathan Byers 4 run

PM – Tristen Tonte 18 run (McSorley kick)

PM – Jordan Marion 3 run (McSorley kick)

PM – Tonte 5 run (McSorley kick)

CN – Algee 47 pass from Triston Perry (Holt run)

PM – Tonte 36 run

CN

PM

First downs

10

17

Total Net Yards

222

362

Rushes-Yards

40-146

47-262

Passing

76

100

Comp-Att-Int

4-14-0

6-12-0

Punts-Average

1-33

1-38

Fumbles-Lost

1-1

3-1

Penalties-Yards

6-52

8-63

Rushing — Columbus North, Jonathan Byers 7-29, Josh Holt 18-55, Triston Perry 13-73, Mitchell Essex 1–9. Perry Meridian, Tristen Tonte 19-201, Clayton Carter 2-11, Glenn Baker 5–5, Jordan Marion 16-30.

Passing — Columbus North, Triston Perry 4-14-0-76. Perry Meridian, Tristen Tonte 6-12-0-100.

Receiving — Columbus North, Weston Moore 1-15, Clay Roberts 1-8, Alex Algee 2-53. Perry Meridian, Ben Fleet 1-12, Brevin Lee 3-34.

CENTER GROVE 42, PIKE 6

The Trojans (4-3, 3-3 MIC) went on the road and dispatched the Red Devils (2-5, 0-5 MIC). Four Trojans had a touchdown run each: Max Norris, Titus McCoy, Jackson Hohlt and Trevor Hohlt. Jordan Marshall threw a touchdown pass to Kendall Sprowl for the Red Devils’ lone score.

Center Grove

14

14

14

0

42

Pike

0

6

0

0

6

CG — Max Norris 12 run (Nathaniel Snyder Kick)

CG — Titus McCoy 1 run (Snyder Kick)

P — Kendall Sprowl 17 pass from Jordan Marshall (Kick Failed)

CG — Devon Hensley 15 pass from Joey Siderwicz (Snyder Kick)

CG — Jackson Hohlt 14 run (Snyder Kick)

CG — Zack Hart 37 fumble recovery (Snyder Kick)

CG — Trevor Hohlt 20 run (Snyder Kick)

CG

P

First downs

22

22

Total Net Yards

376

341

Rushes-Yards

44-337

55-237

Passing

39

104

Comp-Att-Int

4-5-0

13-22-1

Punts-Average

1-15

2-29

Fumbles-Lost

1-1

2-2

Penalties-Yards

9-75

3-35

Rushing — Center Grove, Max Norris 11-103, Joey Siderewicz 1–3, Titus McCoy 14-83, Trevor Hohlt 7-78, Triston Clark 4-24, Koby Brown 3-7, Mikala Gardner 1-6, Jackson Hohlt 3-39. Pike, Beau Trudeau 1-7, Curtis Collins 16-111, Rashad Medaris 13-51, Jordan Marshall 14-41, Denard Strong 3-11, David Reid 1-10, Michael Cheeseborough 6-5, Christian Nicholson 1-1.

Passing — Center Grove, Joey Siderewicz 4-5-0-39. Pike, Beau Trudeau 0-1-0-0, Jordan Marshall 13-21-1-104.

Receiving — Center Grove, Max Norris 1-(-2), Devon Hensley 2-29, John Richardson 1-12. Pike, Curtis Collins 1-8, Rashad Medaris 4-23, Quentin Taliaferro 3-30, Trae Allen 4-26, Kendall Sprowl 1-17.

MARTINSVILLE 12, RONCALLI 10

Trey Deaton handled the football only four times but made the most of his opportunities by scoring on an 11-yard run and catching a 10-yard pass from Josh LaRue as Martinsville (4-3) knocked off class 4A No. 8 Roncalli.

Martinsville

6

6

0

0

12

Roncalli

3

7

0

0

10

M — Trey Deaton 11 run (kick failed)

R — Patrick Sandler 29 FG

M — Deaton 10 pass from Josh LaRrue (run failed)

R — Boehle 1 run (Sandler kick)

M

R

First downs

16

11

Total Net Yards

293

196

Rushes-Yards

52-233

29-121

Passing

60

75

Comp-Att-Int

7-16-0

8-24-1

Punts-Average

4-7

5-36.8

Fumbles-Lost

2-1

3-1

Penalties-Yards

6-57

6-42

Rushing — Martinsville, Tyler Martens 9-52, Noel Lavender 26-98, Trey Deaton 2-13, Josh LaRue 10-49, Ryan Thomas 1-26. Roncalli, Casey Gore 4–4, Nate Fries 15-53, Nick Boehle 8-48.

Passing — Martinsville, Josh LaRue 16-7-0-6. Roncalli, Casey Gore 8-24-1-105.

Receiving — Martinsville, Noel Lavender 1-8, Trey Deaton 2-8, John Zloty 2-36, Ryan Thomas 2-8. Roncalli, Danny Annee 3-39, Nick Boehle 1-8, Robbie Strader 1-31, Luke Alfery 2-7, Gavin Taylor 1-20.

WHITELAND 33, MOORESVILLE 6

With the wind at their backs, the Warriors (4-3, 3-1 Mid-State) put up a 21-point second quarter and went on to down the Pioneers (3-4, 2-3 Mid-State). The Warriors ran 49 plays; 48 were runs. Anthony Schantz punched in two touchdowns, both from 2 yards Brandon Benson, Brandon Patterson and Shaw Cloud all had rushing touchdowns for the Warriors. The Pioneers’ lone score came from a Alex Fabert pass to Clint Moore.

Mooresville

6

0

0

0

6

Whiteland

0

21

6

6

33

M — Clint Moore 1 pass from Alex Fabert (Kick blocked)

W — Anthony Schantz 2 run (Jacob Ballain Kick)

W — Brandon Patterson 50 run (Ballain Kick)

W — Brandon Benson 12 run (Ballain Kick)

W — Shaw Cloud 77 run (Kick Failed)

W — Schantz 2 run (Kick Blocked)

M

W

First downs

8

10

Total Net Yards

247

28

Rushes-Yards

37-221

48-28

Passing

26

0

Comp-Att-Int

7-14-1

0-1-0

Punts-Average

5-30.4

3-40

Fumbles-Lost

1-1

2-2

Penalties-Yards

7-56

2-10

Rushing — Mooresville, Alex Fabert 18-33, Sam Westfall 1-3, Tyler Early 7-159, Austin Bridgewater 7-6, Zeke O’Dell 1-0, Trevor Tomey 3-20. Whiteland Community, Jace Carpenter 3–3, Brandon Patterson 7-53, Shaw Cloud 11-131, Anthony Schantz 13-65, Brandon Benson 4-25, Chris Richardson 8-22, Isaiah Calaway 1-1, Luke Bateson 1-4.

Passing — Mooresville, Alex Fabert 7-14-1-26. Whiteland Community, Jace Carpenter 0-1-0-0.

Receiving — Mooresville, Tyler Early 1-2, Riley Swatts 1–2, Austin Bridgewater 2-14, Clint Moore 3-12.

HAMILTON SE 16, NOBLESVILLE 7

Aaron Matio wore the crown for the Royals (3-4, 2-3) in their victory over the Millers (4-3, 2-2) on Friday, rushing for 282 yards and two touchdowns on 40 carries. The Hoosier Crossroads Conference opponents combined for 462 punting yards as compared to the 373 yards of total offense between the two teams.

Hamilton SE

0

3

13

0

16

Noblesville

0

0

7

0

7

HSE — FG No. 99 33

HSE — Aaron Matio 3 run (kick failed)

N — Brian McLean 20 pass from Carl Hardy (Andrew Little kick)

HSE — Matio 4 run (#99 kick)

HSE

N

First downs

14

9

Total Net Yards

310

220

Rushes-Yards

48-294

30-79

Passing

16

141

Comp-Att-Int

4-15-0

11-22-0

Punts-Average

5-46

8-29

Fumbles-Lost

1-0

0-0

Penalties-Yards

4-25

4-40

Rushing — Hamilton Southeastern, Aaron Matio 40-282, Carter Poiry 4-12.

Passing — Hamilton Southeastern, Carter Poiry 4-15-0-16.

Receiving — Hamilton Southeastern, Aaron Matio 1-8, Kyle Schrank 1–2, Will Coudret 1-6, Chris Ford 1-4.

INDIAN CREEK 63, NORTH DECATUR 6

Dokken Egenolf piled up 337 yards rushing and had four touchdowns, three on the ground, as the Class 3A No. 5 Braves (7-0, 4-0) rolled to an easy Mid-Indiana Football Conference road win over the Chargers (2-5, 0-4).

Egenolf ran the ball 19 times for nearly 18 yards per attempt, and caught a scoring pass from quarterback Gynson Robley, one of three on the night from the Indian Creek passer.

The Braves never punted and had a 91-yard touchdown pass from backup quarterback Tyler Vorris to Parker Osborn in the fourth period.

Indian Creek

21

14

13

15

63

North Decatur

6

0

0

0

6

IC — Dokken Egenolf 40 run (Dylan Walker kick)

IC — Bryce Hogue 7 pass from Gynson Robley (Walker kick)

ND — Donovan Meyer 53 pass Evan Smith (kick blocked)

IC — Egenolf 9 run (Walkerkick)

IC — Egenolf 16 pass from Robley (Walker kick)

IC — Jimmy Starks 25 run (Walker kick)

IC — Jake McGowan 16 pass from Robley (Walker kick)

IC — Egenolf 3 run (Walker kick)

IC — Parker Osborn 91 pass from Taylor Voris (Braden Buchanan run)

IC — Joey Willis 11 run (Buchanan kick)

IC

N

First downs

20

5

Total Net Yards

645

162

Rushes-Yards

29-447

27-75

Passing

198

87

Comp-Att-Int

10-15-1

4-8-0

Punts-Average

0-0

6-6.3

Fumbles-Lost

1-1

2-1

Penalties-Yards

1-5

2-14

Rushing — Indian Creek, Dokken Egenolf 19-337, Jimmy Starks 3-51, Jake McGowan 1-20, Brandon Dunn 3-11, Joey Willis 2-29. North Decatur, Donovan Meyer 7-28, Lane Geis 9-18, Evan Smith 4-18, Austin Brown 1-2, Luke Badgley 3-4.

Passing — Indian Creek, Gynson Robley 9-14-1-107, Taylor Vorris 1-1-0-95. North Decatur, Evan Smith 4-8-0-87.

Receiving — Indian Creek, Dokken Egenolf 1-16, Ethan Whitaker 3-29, Dylan Walker 1-19, Bryce Hogue 1-7, Jake McGowan 3-36. North Decatur, Donovan Meyer 1-53, Evan Wallpe 1-27, Ben Kinker 1-3, Kyle Kramer 1-4.

LEBANON 6, NORTH MONTGOMERY 0

In an ugly battle between Sagamore Conference rivals, the Tigers (4-3, 3-2) overcame eight fumbles (four lost) to eke out a victory over the Chargers (4-3, 3-2). The going was difficult throughout the night, with the teams combining for six turnovers and just 197 total yards.

Gage Pedigo’s lone 3-yard touchdown run in the second quarter would prove to be enough for the Tigers to earn their third conference victory.

Lebanon

0

6

0

0

6

North Montgomery

0

0

0

0

0

L – Gage Pedigo 3 run

L

N

First downs

11

6

Total Net Yards

94

103

Rushes-Yards

46-94

33-67

Passing

0

36

Comp-Att-Int

0-1-1

3-17-1

Punts-Average

4-27

5-24

Fumbles-Lost

8-4

3-0

Penalties-Yards

5-35

3-24

Rushing — Lebanon, Erik Hart 1-(-28), Jake Merritt 10-6, Evan Stambaugh 2-5, Gage Pedigo 22-69, Clayton Barber 10-42, Zach Genrich 1-0. North Montgomery, Baylee Adams 11-15, Cole Clore 8-31, Alex Parsons 4-13, Vince Gwynn 8-25, Ben Dugard 1–5.

Passing — North Montgomery, Baylee Adams 3-17-1-36.

Receiving — North Montgomery, Alex Parsons 1-3, Kobi Wray 1-27, Devon Zachery 1-6.

NEW PALESTINE 72, SHELBYVILLE 3

Alex Neligh rushed for three touchdowns and the Class 4A No. 2 Dragons (7-0) set a school-record for points in their blowout win against the Golden Bears (3-4).

New Palestine

14

28

23

7

72

Shelbyville

3

0

0

0

3

NP-Alex Neligh 19 run Spencer Corey kick

NP-James Young 3 run S.Corey kick

S-Ty Johnson 34 kick good

NP-Noah Grable 33 pass from Neligh S.Corey kick

NP-A.Neligh 7 run S.Corey Kick

NP-A.Neligh 7 run S.Corey kick

NP-Sterling Curren 2 run S.Corey Kick

NP-Safety

NP-Garret Kuhn 90 kickoff return S.Corey kick

NP-James Young 37 run S.Corey kick

NP-Gabe Estes fumble recovery S.Corey kick

NP-David Johnson 13 run S.Corey kick

N

S

First downs

11

5

Total Net Yards

348

25

Rushes-Yards

27-193

32–13

Passing

155

38

Comp-Att-Int

8-11-0

4-10-2

Punts-Average

0-0

0-0

Fumbles-Lost

1-0

3-3

Penalties-Yards

4-35

3-40

Rushing — New Palestine, Alex Neligh 9-40, James Young 12-63, Duke Blackwell 1-27, Sterling Curran 2-20, Adam Kincaid 1-13. Shelbyville, Deshaun French 18-30, John Lux 7–31.

Passing — Shelbyville, John Lux 4-10-2-38.

Receiving — New Palestine, Garrett Kuhn 1-11, Duke Blackwell 2-17, Noah Grable 5-127. Shelbyville, Cody Curry 2-22, Mitch Orem 1-5.

WINTON WOODS 20, BISHOP CHATARD 18

The Trojans (5-2) couldn’t get the win on the road versus Cincinnati Winton Woods (3-2) despite a late rally. The Trojans were down 15 at the start of the fourth quarter before Brian Ball hooked up with Brooks Hepp twice. One failed kick and one intercepted two-point conversion left the Trojans down three. Eric Smith had two field goals beyond 30 yards for the Trojans.

Bishop Chatard

3

3

0

12

18

Winton Woods

7

6

7

0

20

IC — FG Eric Smith 39

WW — Marcus Davis 6 run (Kick Good)

IC — FG Smith 32

WW — Kenny Maybry 40 run (Kick Failed)

WW — Lorenzo Gist 4 run (Kick Good)

IC — Brooks Hepp 38 pass from Brian Ball (Kick Failed)

IC — Hepp 21 pass from Ball (pass failed)

BC

WW

First downs

13

NA

Total Net Yards

232

NA

Rushes-Yards

36-107

NA

Passing

125

NA

Comp-Att-Int

8-22-1

NA

Punts-Average

5-37

NA

Fumbles-Lost

1-1

NA

Penalties-Yards

4-28

NA

Rushing — Bishop Chatard, Brian Ball 5-9, Matt Haley 6-26, Matt Adkins 1-4, Brian Hannon 6-11, Jarron Pedtke 18-57.

Passing — Bishop Chatard, Brian Ball 8-22-1-125.

Receiving — Bishop Chatard, Brooks Hepp 4-97, Max McGinnis 1-17, Matt Adkins 1-4, Graham Jaeger 1-7.

EASTERN HANCOCK 47, WES-DEL 20

The Royals (5-2) never let the Warriors (2-5) come up for air until the game was firmly in hand, outscoring the home team 26-0 and 21-0 in the first two quarters. Cooper Henderson accounted for 91 total yards and five total touchdowns, all in the first half, before the starters took their seats.

Eastern Hancock

26

21

0

0

47

Wes-Del

0

0

8

12

20

E

W

First downs

10

10

Total Net Yards

207

NA

Rushes-Yards

40-158

NA

Passing

49

NA

Comp-Att-Int

2-3-0

NA

Punts-Average

0-0

NA

Fumbles-Lost

0-0

1-1

Penalties-Yards

2-15

4-23

Rushing — Eastern Hancock, Cooper Henderson 8-56, Austin Lacy 2-15, Bryce Spegal 8-40, A.J. Muegge 5-15, Devin Denny 4-32, Jarrett Lewis 5–13, William Flora 3–3, Easton Fields 5-16.

Passing — Eastern Hancock, Austin Lacy 2-2-0-49, Jarrett Lewis 0-1-0-0.

Receiving — Eastern Hancock, Cooper Henderson 1-35, Austin Smith 1-14.

HAMILTON HEIGHTS 21, NORTHWESTERN 13

The Huskies (5-2, 4-1 Mid-Indiana) held their ground at home versus the Tigers (4-3, 2-3 Mid-Indiana). Jesse Kerfoot ran for two touchdowns in the second quarter for the Huskies. Trey Richmond and Noah Aaron scored the Tigers’ touchdowns.

Northwestern

0

0

7

6

13

Hamilton Heights

0

14

0

7

21

HH — Jesse Kerfoot 18 run (Cameron O’Malia Kick)

HH — Kerfoot 11 run (O’Malia Kick)

NW — Trey Richmond 2 run (Blaine Brutus Kick)

HH — Grand Weatherford 39 pass from Ethan Jones (O’malia Kick)

NW — Noah Aaron 30 run (Kick Failed)

N

H

First downs

NA

NA

Total Net Yards

217

312

Rushes-Yards

34-131

43-269

Passing

86

43

Comp-Att-Int

7-18-2

4-8-1

Punts-Average

4-35.5

4-30.2

Fumbles-Lost

NA

NA

Penalties-Yards

NA

NA

Rushing — Northwestern, Noah Aaron 17-91, Trey Richmond 8-16, Blake Oakley 2-7, Tim Blankenberger 1-0, Cole Cook 3-0, Kylan Dubbels 3-17. Hamilton Heights, Jesse Brown 1–5, Jesse Kerfoot 16-169, Grant Weatherford 2-10, Ethan Jones 7-17, Clayton Cowan 3-6, Nate Roth 14-72.

Passing — Northwestern, Trey Richmond 7-18-2-86. Hamilton Heights, Ethan Jones 4-8-1-43.

Receiving — Northwestern, Blake Oakley 3-25, Austin Miller 3-39, Wes Carter 1-22. Hamilton Heights, Jesse Brown 1–2, Sterling Weatherford 1-6, Grant Weatherford 2-39.

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