We’re nearing the mid point of the high school football season already. Week 4 action included a key Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference matchup between Class 6A No. 1 Center Grove and 6A No. 4 Ben Davis, and of course the Mudsock Game rivalry between Hamilton Southeastern and Fishers.
HAMILTON SOUTHEASTERN 39, FISHERS 33
In one of the wildest games of the season, HSE overcame a 28-0 halftime deficit to beat its crosstown rival Fishers.
CENTER GROVE 31, BEN DAVIS 19
If there was any doubt about who the best team in the state was after three weeks of Indiana high school football, there isn’t after Week 4.
BEECH GROVE 28, SCECINA 21
In a battle of unbeatens, the Hornets bested the Class 2A No. 7 Crusaders to improve to 4-0 for the first time since 1989.
CATHEDRAL 42, BISHOP CHATARD 14
The Class 6A No. 5 Irish dominated their Catholic rival Trojans en route to winning the program’s 700th game.
AVON 56, BROWNSBURG 21
The ESPN spotlight wasn’t too bright for Brandon Peters and Avon as the senior QB throws for 340 yards and six touchdowns in hyped matchup between he and Brownsburg’s Hunter Johnson, who struggled with four turnovers.
CARMEL 38, PIKE 33
In a very close game, quarterback Michael Viktrup led the Greyhounds to a hard fought victory, bouncing back from a tough lost from the previous week, as their defense did just enough to get them the ball in the fourth quarter for their two late scores.
Pike’s quarterback Derek Hawthorne did all he could as he combined for 4 overall touchdowns, but his individual effort just wasn’t good enough as his Pike team fell short.
Pike — Kendall Sprowl 3 pass from Derek Hawthorne (Extra Point Blocked)
Carmel — Michael Viktrup 61 rush (Extra Point Good #1)
Carmel — Viktrup 7 rush (Extra Point Good #1)
Carmel — #1 Field Goal Good 27 yards
Pike — Hawthorne 4 rush (Extra Point Good Alex Marr)
Pike — Hawthorne 5 rush (Extra Point Blocked)
Pike — Cameron Harris 5 fumble return (Extra Point Good Marr)
Carmel — #4 1 rush (Extra Point Good #1)
Carmel — Tobias Watkins 20 rush (Extra Point Good #1)
Carmel — Watkins 9 rush (Extra Point Good #1)
Pike — Trae Allen 58 pass from Hawthorne (Extra Point Good Marr)
Rushing — Pike, Denard Strong 7–1, Derek Hawthorne 7-24, Cameron Peterson 7-48.
Passing — Pike, Derek Hawthorne 19-37-1-299.
Receiving — Pike, Kendall Sprowl 7-66, Trae Allen 7-156, Michael Cheeseborough 3-37, Alon Moore 1-22.
PLAINFIELD 21, RONCALLI 17
The Rebels started off strong in the first half of the game against the Quakers, scoring a field goal followed by 2 touchdowns. However, Plainfield played the game slow and steady to hold off and beat No. 9 Roncalli, despite the Rebels running the ball for 175 yards and passing for 226 yards.
R–Patrick Sandler 26 FG
R–Kenny Gillum 6 run (Sandler kick)
P–Dylan Foster 4 run (John Hagee kick)
R–Nate Fries 1 run (Sandler kick)
P–Foster 1 run (Hagee kick)
P–Dawson Anderson 26 pass from Colin Nysewander (Hagee kick)
Rushing — Plainfield, Jacob Maple 2-18, Colin Nysewander 2–1, Dylan Foster 25-11, Dawson Anderson 2-0. Roncalli, Nate Fries 28-140, Robbie Strader 5–1, Kenny Gillum 6-27, Will Harris 1–4, Caleb Bowling 1-5, Trevor Jacob 1-7, Patrick McManama 1-1.
Passing — Plainfield, Colin Nysewander 7-14–187. Roncalli, Robbie Strader 19-29-226-1, Will Harris 0-1–.
Receiving — Plainfield, Jacob Maple 2-10, Gavin Ritter 3-142, Dawson Anderson 2-35. Roncalli, Nate Fries 8-67, Will Harris 5-66, Trevor Jacob 2-22, Jacob Fryar 2-20, Aiden Parker 1-48, Justin Saylor 1-3.
ZIONSVILLE 27, BREBEUF JESUIT 9
Zionsville’s rushing attack, led by running back Brendan Mikesell’s 159 yards rushing and two touchdowns, helped them keep the edge in time of possession and wear down the defense of Brebeuf to seal a close game in the fourth quarter.
Brebeuf’s offense just couldn’t get the ball into the endzone, as they had to settle for three field goals in the game, and their defense just couldn’t stop the rushing attack of Zionsville.
CARDINAL RITTER 40, SPEEDWAY 12
The Raiders’ offense proved too much for the Sparkplugs’ defense as Cardinal Ritter ran the football 33 times for 238 yards. Speedway could not match Ritter, which ultimately led to their 40-12 loss.
R–Avery Hall 7 run (Brian Eisle kick)
SP–Jacob Jones 73 punt return (run failed)
R–Joe Everett 67 pass from Alex Downard (Eisle kick)
R–Downard 1 run (Eisle kick)
R–Hall 28 run (Eisle kick)
R–Elijah Ball 6 run (Eisle kick)
R–Eisle 32 FG
Rushing — Speedway, Shannon Hall 5-41, Jacob Jones 22-109, Jashawn Keys 7-16, Garrett Oeth 1-. Cardinal Ritter, Alex Downard 6-16, Trevor Browder 1-12, Patrick Kaiser 2-19, Domini Small 1-2, Elijah Ball 3-1, Avery Hall 19-188.
Passing — Speedway, Chris Valentine 2-7–28, Garrett Oeth 1-3-1-5. Cardinal Ritter, Alex Downard 13-21-1-232, Domini Small 0-1–.
Receiving — Speedway, Davon Klotz 2-30, Jashawn Keys 1-3. Cardinal Ritter, Trevor Browder 2-8, Josh Majors 4-50, Joe Everett 1-67, Patrick Kaiser 1-11, Elijah Ball 1-30, Avery Hall 2-28, Henry Woodcock 1-37.
NEW PALESTINE 59, MT. VERNON 7
The Dragons (4-0) continued their strong run as they used ran up the score against the Marauders (2-2). Alex Neligh totaled over 300 combined yards on the ground and through the air as the Dragons scored on every possession they had during the game.
NP- Alex Neligh 3 run (Spencer Corey kick)
NP- Logan Green 7 pass from Neligh (Corey kick)
NP- Corey 37 FG
NP- Bret Luker 19 pass from Neligh (Corey kick)
NP-Brickens 5 run (Corey kick)
NP- Duke Blackwell 13 pass from Neligh (Corey kick)
MV- Eric Jones 1 run (Trevor Bond kick)
NP- Neligh 7 run (Corey kick)
NP- Blackwell 14 pass from Neligh (Corey kick)
NP- Luke Ely 1 run (Corey kick)
Rushing — Mt. Vernon – Fortville, Jimmy Campbell 8-18, Mitch McCarthy 4-7, Nathan Seifert 10-48, Derek Jones 10-42, Jordan House 8-24, Damari Gatewood 5-1, Josh Coons 1–2. New Palestine, Alex Neligh 20-155, Nick Brickens 9-73, Adam Kinciad 6-83, Luke Ely 4-32, Zach Neligh 1-8.
Passing — Mt. Vernon – Fortville, Jimmy Campbell 5-11–50, Mitch McCarthy 0-1-1-, Nathan Seifert 0-1–. New Palestine, Alex Neligh 14-20–216.
Receiving — Mt. Vernon – Fortville, Mitch McCarthy 1-6, Damari Gatewood 1-18, Alex Barnett 1-14, Juwann Nelson 1-8. New Palestine, Duke Blackwell 8-112, James Crunlin 3-39, Logan Green 2-46, Bret Luker 1-19.
DECATUR CENTRAL 49, MARTINSVILLE 14
Tyrone Tracy scored four touchdowns and piled up 247 yards of offense as the Hawks (3-1, 1-1) built a 49-0 lead on the visiting Artesians and held on for a Mid-State Conference home victory.
Tracy rushed for 130 yards and two scores on just seven carries and caught three Bryce Jefferson passes for another 117 yards and two scores as Decatur Central built its lead. Joey Gorham rushed for two fourth-quarter TDs for Martinsville and had a team-high 83 yards on the ground.
DC — Tyrone Tracy 10 run (Logan Crum kick)
DC — Calvin Thomas 8 pass from Bryce Jefferson (Crum kick)
DC — Tracy 73 run (Crum kick)
DC — Tracy 39 pass from Jefferson (Crum kick)
DC — Derrick Whitlock 5 run (Crum kick)
DC — Tracy 66 pass from Jefferson (Crum kick)
DC — Whitlock 74 run (Crum kick)
M — Joey Gorham 24 run (Caleb Urban kick)
M — Gorham 9 run (Urban kick)
Rushing — Martinsville, Greg Daniels 2-37, Matthew Hoskins 7-16, Joey Gorham 25-83, Trey Spina 2-11, Eli Tumey 1-2. Decatur Central, Chandler Barnes 5-35, Tyrone Tracy 7-130, Laquan Milligan 2–5, Bryce Jefferson 4-16, Calvin Thomas 6-49, Derrick Whitlock 4-107.
Passing — Martinsville, Matthew Hoskins 3-8-0-31. Decatur Central, Bryce Jefferson 6-9-0-162.
Receiving — Martinsville, Jesse Stuard 1-7, Joey Gorham 2-24. Decatur Central, Tyrone Tracy 3-117, Lucas Kahre 2-37, Laquan Milligan 1-7, Calvin Thomas 1-8.
GREENWOOD 23, MOORESVILLE 7
John Gallman ran for two touchdowns and brother Seth Gallman had a touchdown pass to Jackson Daugherty to lift the Woodmen (3-1, 2-0) to their third consecutive victory as they knocked off the visiting Pioneers (2-2, 0-2) in Mid-State Conference action.
John Gallman had 89 yards rushing to provide the biggest lift to the Greenwood attack, but the Woodman defense played a big role, limiting the Mooresville passing game to just 49 yards and grabbing three interceptions to stop Pioneer drives.
G — John Gallman 7 run (Spencer Schmidt kick)
M — Alex Fabert 3 run (Jacob Wallman kick)
G — Jackson Daugherty 25 pass from Seth Gallman (Schmidt kick)
G — J. Gallman 4 run (kick failed)
G — FG Schmidt 22
Rushing — Mooresville, Tristan Shelley 1-4, Braedon Flynn-Moore 3-11, Tyler Early 1-0, R. Spangler 1-3. Greenwood Community, John Gallman 20-89, Brandon Rosado 14-43, Dylan Rosado 6-20, Seth Gallman 2–4.
Passing — Greenwood Community, Seth Gallman 3-11-1-66.
Receiving — Mooresville, Braedon Flynn-Moore 1-3, Drew Collins 3-22, Tyler Early 2-7. Greenwood Community, John Gallman 1-13, Jackson Daugherty 2-53.
WHITELAND 48, FRANKLIN 20
The Warriors (2-1) used a bruising ground game to wear down the Grizzly Cubs (0-4) during the second half. Anthony Schatz and Brandon Peterson both ran for over 130 yards as the Warriors pounded the ball for 400 yards. In the second half the Warriors outscored the Grizzly Cubs 35-13.
W-Anthony Schantz 1 run (Jacob Ballain kick)
F-Hunter Samples 1 run (Justin Beasley Kick)
W-Ballain 24 FG
W- Ballain 35 FG
W- Chris Richardson 30 run (Ballain Kick)
F- Tyler Fromer 60 run (Beasley Kick)
W- Dalton Lowry 11 pass from Jace Carpenter (Ballain Kick)
W- Schantz 4 run (Ballain Kick)
F- Cole Miller 38 pass from Jake Moore (Beasley Kick)
W- Edwin Cisneros 5 run (Ballain Kick)
W- Cisneros 13 run (Ballain Kick)
Rushing — Whiteland Community, Jace Carpenter 3-0, Jackson Vanette 1-4, Brandon Patterson 17-131, Anthony Schantz 20-132, Chris Richardson 11-100, Edwin Cisneros 5-26, A.J. France 1-7. Franklin Community, T. J. Ahlefeld 2-0, Zach Dowell 1-2, Tyler Fromer 14-118, Lane Voris 1-6, Jake Moore 16-83, Hunter Samples 2-1.
Passing — Whiteland Community, Jace Carpenter 4-9–34. Franklin Community, T. J. Ahlefeld 1-6-1-6, Jake Moore 7-13-1-97.
Receiving — Whiteland Community, Anthony Schantz 1-4, Chris Richardson 2-19, Dalton Lowry 1-11. Franklin Community, Cole Miller 2-41, Jhett Cassel 1-6, Stone Peddycord 5-56.
LUTHERAN 39, HERITAGE CHRISTIAN 29
Kyle Johnson and Andre Jones ran for two touchdowns and more than 100 yards each as the visiting Saints (2-2) shocked the Class 2A No. 2 Eagles (3-1) despite a 393-yard passing night by Heritage Christian quarterback Jackson Heath.
Johnson piled up a game-high 119 yards and Jones added 104 for the victors, who built a 25-14 halftime lead and maintained the gap throughout the final two quarters. Their efforts were more than enough to offset Heath’s four scoring passes, two to Jayson West and one each to Luke Hadley and Drew Azbell.
L — Jacob Faubian 14 pass from Jake Reid (kick failed)
HC — Jayson West 15 pass from Jackson Heath (Jeremy Nutter kick)
L — Andre Jones 23 run (pass failed)
HC — Luke Hadley 29 pass from Heath (Nutter kick)
L — Jones 34 run (Rozema kick)
L — Kyle Johnson 41 run (kick failed)
L — Payton Ditchley 7 run (Rozema kick)
HC — Drew Azbell 74 pass from Heath (Azbell pass from Heath)
L — K. Johnson 14 run (Rozema kick)
HC — West 13 pass from Heath (Nutter kick)
Rushing — Lutheran, Jake Reid 2-0, Andre Jones 14-104, Bailly Barham 2-1, Kyle Johnson 16-119, Payton Ditchley 6-62, Trevor Russell 1-7. Heritage Christian, Jackson Heath 8-26, Drew Azbell 2-10, Isaac Myers 1-2, Ronnie Timmerman 3–3, Riley Schlosser 1-3.
Passing — Lutheran, Jake Reid 12-18-0-161. Heritage Christian, Jackson Heath 29-44-0-393.
Receiving — Lutheran, Andre Jones 3-13, Bailly Barham 2-46, Kyle Johnson 2-32, Jacob Faubion 1-40, Trevor Russell 1-11. Heritage Christian, Drew Azbell 9-130, Jacob Snyder 3-63, Jackson West 3-45, Luke Hadley 10-121, Nick Hamman 2-11.
SOUTHPORT 34, TERRE HAUTE NORTH 28
Blake Evans tied a school record with 13 receptions in the win against the Patriots, according to the Cardinals head coach. QB Luke Johnston was 23-of-34 for 279 yards for Southport as he helped lead his team to a victory over Terre Haute North.
Rushing — Southport, Luke Johnston 2-1, Micah Walker 13-65, Andrew Mappes 9-47.
Passing — Southport, Luke Johnston 23-34–279.
Receiving — Southport, Evan Higgs 1-8, Blake Evans 13-153, Paul Scruggs 3-45, Wezi Kumwenda 3-27, Matt Johnston 3-46.
HAMILTON HEIGHTS 31, TIPTON 6
Josh Feltz threw touchdown passes to Riley White, Jesse Brown and Sterling Weatherford to lift the Huskies (3-1, 2-0) to a Hoosier Conference road victory over the Blue Devils (2-2, 0-1).
Clayton Cowan was the dominant force for Hamilton Heights, rushing for 202 yards and a score in keeping the Huskies in high gear throughout the game. Tipton was able to move the ball, but paid the price for two interceptions.
HH — Jesse Brown 15 pass from Josh Feltz (Henry Magdun kick)
T — Kellen Woods 1 run (kick failed)
HH — Sterling Weatherford 46 pass from Feltz (Magdun kick)
HH — Clayton Cowan 4 run (Magdun kick)
HH — Riley White 14 pass from Feltz (Magdun kick)
HH — FG Magdun 30
Guerin Catholic 21, T.C. Howe Community 15
GUERIN CATHOLIC 21, HOWE 15, OT
The Golden Eagles (3-1) were able to overcome an early deficit and beat the Hornets (2-2) in a defensive battle. In a game that went to overtime, Carter McGinnis provided the Golden Eagles the opportunities they needed as he scored the game tying touchdown in the fourth quarter and the eventual game winner in overtime.
GC- Caleb Quick 29 FG
H- Justin Johnson 5 run (Ja’Leen Jones kick)
GC- Elliot Charlebois 2 run (kick fail)
H- Tyrell Phelps 61 run (Johnson 2 point)
GC- Carter McGinnis 3 run (kick fail)
GC- McGinnis 5 run
Rushing — T.C. Howe Community, Tyrell Phelps 10-96, Dontea Henderson 16-72, Justin Johnson 13-24. Guerin Catholic, Carter McGinnis 36-234, Elliott Charlebois 6–50.
Passing — T.C. Howe Community, Justin Johnson 19-31-1-213. Guerin Catholic, Elliott Charlebois 8-16–86.
Receiving — T.C. Howe Community, Tyrell Phelps 5-26, Tyler Pannell 2-25, Dontea Henderson 9-126, A Poge 2-13. Guerin Catholic, Carter McGinnis 2-11, Arion Shinaver 4-50, Vinnie Ferrucci 1-12.
ARSENAL 21, LOGANSPORT 12
In only his second start of the season, quarterback Gerald Garrett led the Arsenal Tech Titans to a decisive win and led his team in passing (251 yards), rushing (132 yards), and touchdowns in what was his break-out game for the year.
For Logansport, their defense just wasn’t able to slow down dual-threat quarterback Garrett, while also not being able to get their passing game on track all game.
LP — 45 yard run (Extra Point no good)
AT — Kocho Long 81 pass from Gerald Garrett (Extra Point Fernando Zuniga)
AT — Garrett 14 run (Extra Point Zuniga)
AT — Long 39 pass from Garrett (Extra Zuniga)
LP — Brady Cripe 9 run (Extra Point no good)
INDIANA DEAF 54, TINDLEY 12
Thanks to a strong passing and running game from Paulone Rush, the Hoosiers (4-0) jumped out to a large lead early on the Tigers (0-3) and never looked back.
ID- Paulone Rush 8 rush (Paco kick)
ID- Rush 37 run (Paco kick)
ID- Woods 16 pass from Rush (Paco kick)
ID- Rush 19 run (Paco kick)
TI- Lyons 39 pass from Anderson
ID- Long 42 run (2 point fail)
ID- Lance 44 pass from Rush (Paco kick)
SOUTHERN WELLS 40, PARK TUDOR 28
Ahmod Lloyd ran for 151 yards and three scores for the Panthers (0-4), but it wasn’t enough to knock off Class 1A No. 9 Southern Wells (4-0).
SW – Cody Bass 21 run (kick good)
SW – Bryce Bonewit 9 run (kick good)
PT – Brent Brimmage 86 kickoff return (kick good)
SW – Bass 7 run
PT – Ahrod Lloyd 51 run
SW – Kane Moore 9 run
SW – Bonewit 5 run
SW – Gavin Barcus 37 run
PT – Lloyd 3 run
PT – Lloyd 5 run
TRI-WEST 59, DANVILLE 13
The Bruins (2-2) used a huge 28 point second quarter to take control against the Warriors (0-4). Jake Hill led a Bruins attack that had over 500 total yards in the game. Wes Cook provided touchdowns both on the ground and on a long reception.
TW- Wes Cook 46 run (Alex King kick)
TW- King 26 FG
TW- Casey Coll 83 pass from Jake Hill (King kick)
TW- Cook 34 pass from Hill (King kick)
D-Trevor Schubert 3 run (Jackson Wynn kick)
TW- Colton Jobe 61 pass from Hill (King kick)
TW- Dillan Leisure 45 interception return (King kick)
TW- Cook 4 run (King kick)
TW- Derek Lucas 36 run (King kick)
TW- Sam Fulton 2 run (King kick)
D- Toby Hiland 12 run (2 point conversion)
Rushing — Danville Community, Christian Schabel 4–5, Trevor Schubert 17-18, Toby Hiland 3-33, Jace Heitkamp 1-3, Alex Skinner 1-0, Soloman Jackson 1-2. Tri-West Hendricks, Wes Cook 10-96, Colton Jobe 6-22, Jake Hill 1-4, Derek Lucas 1-36, Sam Fulton 9-7, Blake Bear 2–3.
Passing — Danville Community, Christian Schabel 15-40-2-172, Toby Hiland 1-3–21. Tri-West Hendricks, Jake Hill 12-20–264.
Receiving — Danville Community, Tanner Hubbard 3-24, Logan Knotts 2-45, Ben Stevens 6-58, Chad Gilmour 1-21, Alex Burton 4-45. Tri-West Hendricks, Wes Cook 1-34, Colton Jobe 2-67, Peyton Hendershot 1-54, Casey Coll 2-83, Casey Stamm 1–1, Derek Lucas 3-29, Ryan Starnes 2–2.
CASCADE 55, CLOVERDALE 0
CAS — Isaac Guerendo 19 rush (Extra Point Noah Mourey)
CAS — Guerendo 15 rush (Extra Point Mourey)
CAS — Zac Butler 1 rush (Extra Point Mourey)
CAS — Guerendo 66 pass from Chase Edwards (Extra Point Blocked)
CAS — Butler 30 rush (Extra Point Mourey)
CAS — Dylan Musgrove 24 pass from Chase Edwards (Extra Point Mourey)
CAS — Chase Edwards 41 rush (Extra Point Jordan VanWinkle)
CAS — Conner Horning 1 rush (Extra Point VanWinkle)
PERRY MERIDIAN 21, TERRE HAUTE SOUTH 14
Matt McCloskey capped an 80-yard fourth-quarter drive with a one-yard touchdown run to lift the Falcons to a hard-fought Conference Indiiana home win with 28 seconds to play, knocking off the Braves (1-3, 0-2).
McCloskey was the primary offensive weapon for Perry Meridian, rushing for 146 yards and the touchdown, and passing for another TD to Christian Buchanan. He hit the same receiver on a two-point conversion to wrap up the scoring.
THS — Piloni 3 run (Flack kick)
PM — Jordan Marion 36 run (kick failed)
PM — Chris Buchanan 4 pass from McCloskey (Cameron McSorley kick)
THS — Smith 82 run (Flack kick)
PM — McCloskey 1 run (Buchanan pass from McCloskey)
Shelbyville 42, New Castle Chrysler 7
SHELBYVILLE 42, NEW CASTLE 7
The Golden Bears’ quarterback John Lux overcame the Trojans’ defense with 340 passing yards and four touchdowns. Both Justin Sueko and Damon Lux tallied up more than 100receiving yards for Shelbyville as they defeated New Castle.
SH–Connor Hasecuster 34 pass from John Lux (Ty Johnson kick)
SH–Damon Lux 63 pass from J. Lux (Johnson kick)
SH–Justin Sueko 88 pass from J. Lux (Johnson kick)
SH–Deshaun French 27 run (Johnson kick)
SH–French 10 run (Johnson kick)
SH–Sueko 17 pass from J. Lux (Johnson kick)
Rushing — Shelbyville, Deshaun French 8-63, John Lux 5-22, Matt Kenkel 9-52, Damon Lux 3-59.
Passing — Shelbyville, John Lux 9-13–340.
Receiving — Shelbyville, Jarrett Posz 1-34, Connor Hasecuster 1-34, Damon Lux 5-167, Justin Sueko 2-105.
ARLINGTON 36, SHORTRIDGE 0
Darrius Ford rushed for two touchdowns and 115 yards, while quarterback jason King ran for 177 yards and another score as the visiting Golden Knights (3-1) posted their third straight shutout win by blanking the Blue Devils (1-3).
Arlington also got a defensive touchdown and a safety from its defensive unit to dominate the game.
A — Darrius Ford 35 run (Amilya Jesus kick)
A — Safety, Payton Ross sacked quarterback in end zone
A — Ford 5 run (Jesus kick)
A — Jeremy King 31 run (Jesus kick)
A — Khalid Gilliam 37 interception return (kick failed)
A — Jason King 31 run (Jesus kick)
Rushing — Arlington, Jason King 11-177, Jeremy King 1-31, Darrius Ford 13-115, Jaylan Murray 8-62.
Passing — Arlington, Jason King 6-11-2-37.
Receiving — Arlington, Jeremy King 1-10, Corian Washington 3-27.
Avon 56, Brownsburg 21
Beech Grove 28, Scecina 21
Cardinal Ritter 40, Speedway 12
Carmel 38, Pike 33
Carroll 26, Sheridan 19
Cascade 55, Cloverdale 0
Cathedral 42, Bishop Chatard 14
Center Grove 31, Ben Davis 19
Clinton-Massie 52, Indian Creek 21
Columbus North 45, Franklin Central 21
Crimson Knights 49, Covenant Christian 16
Decatur Central 49, Martinsville 14
Eastern Hancock 26, Milan 14
Greenwood 23, Mooresville 7
Hamilton Heights 31, Tipton 6
Hamilton Southeastern 39, Fishers 33
Indiana Deaf 54, Tindley 12
Lawrence North 34, North Central 21
Lutheran 39, Heritage Christian 29
Monrovia 44, Triton Central 0
New Palestine 59, Mt. Vernon 7
North Montgomery 41, Lebanon 21
Northwest 60, Marshall 14
Pendleton Heights 31, Greenfield-Central 7
Plainfield 21, Roncalli 17
Perry Meridian 21, Terre Haute North 14
Shelbyville 42, New Castle 7
Shenandoah 60, Lapel 27
South Decatur 55, Edinburgh 0
Southern Wells 40, Park Tudor 28
Southport 34, Terre Haute North 28
Tech 21, Logansport 12
Tri-West 59, Danville 13
Warren Central 42, Lawrence Central 35
Western Boone 39, Southmont 14
Westfield 18, Noblesville 14
Whiteland 48, Franklin 20
Zionsville 27, Brebeuf Jesuit 9