Weather wreaked havoc Friday night, delaying — and in some cases postponing — many high school football games in the area.
• Class 3A No. 1 BISHOP CHATARD 31, 4A No. 5 RONCALLI 8
Bishop Chatard’s Gabe Coleman carried 38 times for 219 yards and two scores as the Trojans dominated. Coleman’s effort led Bishop Chatard (3-0) to a 224-53 rushing advantage.
Rebels quarterback Robbie Strader completed 18-for-28 passes for 166 yards and a touchdown, a 3-yard strike to Will Harris in the fourth quarter allowing Roncalli (1-2) to avoid being shut out.
• WARREN CENTRAL 60, NORTH CENTRAL 7
David Bell had two receiving touchdowns and 103 receiving yards. Dakari Fulton had 95 rushing yards and a touchdown.
• BROWNSBURG 68, FRANKLIN 7
Hunter Johnson had three touchdown passes in the first quarter, two to Tyler Kirtz.
• WESTERN BOONE 49, CRAWFORDSVILLE 20
Kaleb McCloskey had eight receptions for 137 yards, including four touchdowns. Nathaniel Bye passed for 214 yards and rushed for a TD.
• BEECH GROVE 38, SPEEDWAY 7
Montrez Hearon passed for two touchdowns and rushed for another.
• GREENWOOD 28, MARTINSVILLE 25
Brothers John and Seth Gallman each accounted for two touchdowns to lift the Woodmen (2-1, 1-0) to their second consecutive victory and a Mid-State Conference road win over the Artesians (0-3, 0-1).
• LEBANON 37, DANVILLE 26
• CENTER GROVE 24, CARMEL 21
Class 6A No. 2 Trojans built a 17-point lead before coming from behind to beat 6A No. 4 Carmel 24-21 in a Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference game Friday night.
• PIKE 30, BEN DAVIS 27
Purdue recruit Josh Hayes’ interception in the end zone thwarted Class 6A No. 1 Ben Davis’ final drive as the Red Devils beat the Giants in dramatic fashion. Alex Marr kicked three field goals, including the final two scores of the game, both from 27 yards. Pike’s Derek Hawthorne (276 passing yards) scored on a run and threw a TD pass to Trae Allen. Alon Harrison (100 rushing yards) also scored for the Red Devils (2-1).
Azjai Cooper rushed for a TD and passed to Stori Emerson for a score for the defending 6A champion Giants (2-1). Jeremiah Whitthorne (129 rushing yards) had a scoring run, as did Chris Evans (154).
The win was Pike’s first over Ben Davis since 1974.
• HAMILTON SOUTHEASTERN 21, AVON 18
A late fumble by Avon standout QB Brandon Peters set up a last minute field goal for the Royals, as HSE knocks off Class 6A No. 7 Avon.
• WESTFIELD 45, ZIONSVILLE 30
Shamrocks QB Ryan Pepiot shines in annual rivalry meeting for Shining Star trophy.
• FISHERS 38, NOBLESVILLE 13
The Tigers ran the ball for 203 yards against the Millers’ defense, crossing the into the end zone in each quarter, with kicker Ben Norton adding on the PATs.
Despite suffering from eight penalties for 54 yards, Fishers was able to outlast Noblesville and only give the Millers one touchdown in each half.
FHS—Michael Noble 10 carry (Ben Norton kick)
FHS—20 FG Ben Norton
FHS—Jeremey Chin 19 carry (Ben Norton kick)
NHS—Jarel Youree 45 pass Luke Melloh (Andrew Little kick)
FHS—Angelo Howze 34 pass Zach Eaton (Ben Norton kick)
FHS—Jeremey Chinn 20 blocked punt return (Ben Norton kick)
NHS—Jarel Youree 16 carry (2pt no good)
FHS—Trevor Newman 17 carry (Ben Norton kick)
Rushing — Fishers, Jermaine Huddleston 7-27, Jeremy Chinn 7-46, Trevor Newman 14-96, Michael Noble 7-32. Noblesville, Luke Melloh 19-29, Chandler Hurst 9-29, Travis Gillian 1-2, Jarel Youree 6-41.
Passing — Fishers, Zach Eaton 10-19-170, Brent Hays 0-1-. Noblesville, Luke Melloh 15-27-136.
Receiving — Fishers, Keyshawn Burrell 3-56, Kade Orris 4-64, Devonte Adams 1-5, Angelo Howze 2-45. Noblesville, Jackson Thurman 5-30, Travis Gillian 6-39, Jarel Youree 3-48.
• WHITELAND 35, DECATUR CENTRAL 14
Shaw Cloud scored three touchdowns, including two on pass receptions from Jase Carpenter, then suffered a season-ending injury in the third quarter as the Class 5A No. 10 Warriors (2-1, 1-0) upended the 5A No. 7 Hawks (2-1, 0-1) in a Mid-State Conference showdown that was interrupted by lightning. Cloud was taken off the field in an ambulance and Whiteland Police later confirmed the Warriors running back suffered a compound fracture in his leg.
Cloud’s three second-quarter touchdowns put Whiteland firmly in charge, despite a 100-yard kickoff return by Tyrone Tracy of Decatur Central, but the injury and weather delays didn’t make it easy. Tracy also had a 60-yard touchdown reception.
W — Shaw Cloud 37 pass from Jace Carpenter (kick failed)
DC — Tyrone Tracy 100 kickoff return (Kyle Lange kick)
W — Cloud 1 run (Jacob Ballain kick)
W — Cloud 6 pass from Carpenter (Ballain kick)
DC — Tracy 60 pass from Bryce Jefferson (Lange kick)
W — Anthony Schantz 3 run (Brandon Patterson run)
W — Schantz 2 run (Ballain kick)
• TRI-WEST 49, FRANKFORT 22
Wes Cook ran for three first-half touchdowns and Peyton Hendershot and Derek Lucas had two scoring receptions apiece as the Bruins (1-2, 1-0) rolled over the previously unbeaten Hot Dogs (2-1, 0-1) in the Sagamore Conference opener for both teams.
Cook scored on runs of 44, 26 and 8 yards to lift Tri-West to a 21-6 halftime lead, then quarterback Jake Hill unleashed four second-half touchdown passes, including an 89-yarder to Hendershot, to give the Bruins their first win of the season.
F — Jarrod Smith 3 run (run failed)
TW — Wes Cook 44 run (Alex King kick)
TW — Cook 26 run (King kick)
TW — Cook 8 run (Kiing kick)
TW — Peyton Hendershot 6 pass from Jake Hill (King kick)
TW — Derek Lucas 7 pass from Hill (King kick)
F — Patrick Brandenburg 59 pass from Smith (Smith run)
TW — Lucas 15 pass from Hill (King kick)
TW — Hendershot 89 pass from Hill (King kick)
F — Smith 4 run (Justin Velazquez run)
Rushing — Tri-West, Wes Cook 10-173, Colton Jobe 8-20, Jake Hill 1-1, Derek Lucas 6-38. Frankfort, Jarrod Smith 15-35, Patrick Brandenburg 10-24, Alonzo Chavez 1-3.
Passing — Tri-West, Jake Hill 21-25—338. Frankfort, Jarrod Smith 9-13-1-231.
Receiving — Tri-West, Colton Jobe 3-59, Peyton Hendershot 10-161, Casey Coll 4-72, Derek Lucas 4-46. Frankfort, Patrick Brandenburg 7-178, Dyllan Shelley 1-39.
• NEW PALESTINE 63, YORKTOWN 7
New Palestine used a lethal rushing attack, led by quarterback Alex Neligh’s 160 yards and three touchdowns, to trounce Yorktown.
Yorktown’s defense just was not able to slow down the Class 5A No. 1 Dragons’ offense, surrendering 335 yards on the ground and five rushing scores, without finding much success on offense themselves.
NP — Alex Neligh 3 run (Spencer Cory Extra Point)
NP — Neligh 40 run (Spencer Cory Extra Point)
NP — Nick Brickens 48 run (Spencer Cory Extra Point)
NP — Logan Greene 76 pass from Neligh (Spencer Cory Extra Point)
YT — Jordan Spangler 2 run (Brevin Smith Extra Point)
NP — Neligh 2 run (Spencer Cory Extra Point)
NP — Greene 76 kick return (Spencer Cory Extra Point)
NP — Brickens 74 punt return (Spencer Cory Extra Point)
NP — Duke Blackwell 33 pass from Neligh (Spencer Cory Extra Point)
NP — Gunnar Large 5 run (Kyle Barton Extra Point)
• HAMILTON HEIGHTS 20, LEWIS CASS 9
The Huskies (2-1) came away with their second win of the year over the Kings (1-2) thanks in large part to a strong passing game.
Josh Feltz and Ethan Jones combined for 257 with Jones throwing the only touchdown pass early in the first quarter. The Kings had a good game on the ground running the ball for 141 yards but were not able to get much traction against a solid Huskies defense.
HH- Riley White 52 pass from Ethan Jones (Henry Magdun kick)
HH- Ethan Jones 4 run (Magdun kick)
Cass- FG Connor Price 52
Cass- Jackson Cain 6 run (2 point fail)
HH- Clayton Cowan 6 run (Kick failed)
Rushing — Hamilton Heights, Jesse Brown 3-10, Josh Feltz 3-1, Ethan Jones 1-4, Riley White 1-1. Lewis Cass Jr.-Sr., Alex Eurit 8-14, Conner Zeck 5-14, Levi Thomas 6-26, Isaac Shaffer 5-25, Riley Bower 6-27, Jackson Cain 11-35.
Passing — Hamilton Heights, Josh Feltz 11-18-150, Ethan Jones 6-7-107. Lewis Cass JrSr, Alex Eurit 7-15-58.
Receiving — Hamilton Heights, Jesse Brown 5-51, Sterling Weatherford 3-62, Caymn Lutz 1-29, Riley White 7-86, Nick Peterson 1-29. Lewis Cass Jr.-Sr., Conner Zeck 1-2, Levi Thomas 3-32, Isaac Schaffer 1-12, Nathan Young 1-12, Riley Bower 1-0.
• ARLINGTON 49, EDINBURGH 0
The Golden Knights (2-1) jumped out to a 21-0 first quarter lead over the Lancers (0-3) and didn’t look back. Jason King had a good night under center for the Golden Knights as he had 340 yards and four total touchdowns. Jaylen Merry also had a strong game as he carried the ball 20 times for 212 yards and scored once.
• MANUAL 50, WASHINGTON 0
Jalen Alexander and Fabian Ricks scored defensive touchdowns and quarterback Deangelo Dean threw for two TDs and ran for a third as the Redskins (1-2) won for the first time since 2012, blanking the Continentals (0-2). Alexander returned a fumble 25 yards to spark a 30-point third quarter for Manual, and later added a long TD run to help seal the victory. Dean connected on a 66-yard scoring pass to Donzel Walker in the first quarter, hit Taj Moore for another TD in the fourth quarter, and ran 2 yards for his other score.
M — Donzel Walker 66 pass from Deangelo Dean (Titus Burch run)
M — Johnnie Nichols 32 run (Burch run)
M — Jalen Alexander 25 fumble return (Fabian Ricks pass from Dean)
M — Dean 2 run (kick failed)
M — Ricks 30 interception return (Alexander run)
M — Alexander 40 run (run failed)
M — Taj Moore 13 pass from Dean (pass failed)
Rushing — Arlington, Jason King 6-155, Antwan Candy 4-50, Jaylen Merry 20-212, Ja-Ron Wade 5-32.
Passing — Arlington, Jason King 8-14—185, Antwan Candy 3-3—59.
Receiving — Arlington, Jeremy King 4-69, Payton Ross 1-12, Corain Washington 2-79, Khalid Tillian 1-28.
• SCECINA 42, PARK TUDOR 7
S: Elliot Conner 1 run (kick failed)
S: Darius Mitchel 3 run (Lex Martin run)
S: Mitchel 11 run (Andrew Lowery kick)
PT: Jolen Snow 67 pass from Jack Dassow (Simon Hart kick)
S: Conner 4 run (Lowery kick)
S: Drew Tucker 7 run (Lowery kick)
S: Amaari Abdul-Halim 2 run (Vargas kick)
• PLAINFIELD 24, MOORESVILLE 7
Colin Nysewander threw a pair of touchdown passes in the first half to lead the visiting Quakers (2-1, 1-0) to a Mid-State Conference season-opening win over the Pioneers (2-1, 0-1). Dylan Foster had the other TD for Plainfield.
P — FG Jon Hagee 21
P — Dawson Anderson 21 pass from Colin Nysewander (Hagee kick)
P — Dante Keys 38 pass from Nysewander (Hagee kick)
P — Dylan Foster 11 run (Hagee kick)
M — Braedon Flynn-Moore 19 run (Jacob Wallman kick)
POSTPONEMENTS UNTIL SATURDAY
Franklin vs. Brownsburg, 10 a.m.
Crawfordsville vs. Western Boone, 10 a.m.
North Central at Warren Central, 10 a.m.
Bloomington South vs. Franklin Central, 11 a.m.
Speedway vs. Beech Grove, 11 a.m.
Greenwood at Martinsville, 1 p.m.
Lebanon at Danville, 7 p.m.
Roncalli vs. Bishop Chatard, 8 p.m.
Turkey Run vs. Covenant Christian, 8 p.m.
Adams Central 63, Broad Ripple 19
Arlington 47, Edinburgh 0
Brebeuf Jesuit 33, Cardinal Ritter 7
Cascade 37, Brown County 18
Cathedral 52, Mishawaka 25
Center Grove 24, Carmel 21
Eastern Hancock 41, Indian Creek 7
Fishers 38, Noblesville 13
Hamilton Heights 20, Cass 9
Hamilton Southeastern 21, Avon 18
Heritage Christian 63, North Knox 34
Indiana Deaf 70, Union (Dugger) 12
Lapel 50, Anderson Prep Academy 6
Lawrence Central 27, Lawrence North 26
Lutheran 29, Triton Central 21
Manual 50, Washington 0
Mt. Vernon 20, Greenfield-Central 14, OT
Monrovia 73, Shortridge 0
New Palestine 63, Yorktown 7
North White 54, Sheridan 13
Northwest 51, Tindley 0
Pendleton Heights 31, New Castle 13
Pike 30, Ben Davis 27
Plainfield 24, Mooresville 7
Scecina 42, Park Tudor 7
Shelbyville 27, Delta 26, OT
Southport 34, Perry Meridian 28
Tri-West 49, Frankfort 22
Westfield 45, Zionsville 30
Whiteland 35, Decatur Central 14