By Paul Condry and Matt Kopsea – Regional Radio Sports Network/Indiana Football Digest
DONE AND FINISHED
Fort Wayne Snider ended F.W. Bishop Luers’ 11-game winning streak with a 10-7 victory over the Saints.
Ben Davis halted Indianapolis Cathedral’s nine-game winning streak with a 24-21 decision over the Irish.
Wheeler had its 43-game regular season winning streak halted with a 30-12 loss to Boone Grove.
Princeton snapped its 29-game losing streak with a 42-34 win over Wood Memorial.
South Vermillion ended its 21-game losing streak with a 26-7 triumph over Covington.
Beech Grove had its 19-game losing streak snapped with a 31-20 win over Indianapolis Lutheran.
Peru ended its 13-game losing streak with a 26-6 win over Wabash.
Frankfort had its 11-game losing streak come to an end with a 21-8 win over Western.
Michigan City snapped a nine-game losing streak with a 33-0 win over Gary Roosevelt.
Bloomington South ended a stretch of eight losses in a row with a 34-20 win over Bedford North Lawrence.
Pike Central blanked North Knox, 15-0, to end its eight-game skid.
Plainfield downed Danville, 29-26, to bring its eight-game losing streak to a halt.
Shenandoah saw its 18-game regular season game winning streak end with a 35-27 loss to Hagerstown.
New Palestine’s 17-game regular season game winning streak come to a close with a 26-20 loss to Whiteland.
Pioneer ended its 17-game regular season winning streak with a 33-12 loss to Lewis-Cass.
HIGHS AND LOWS
Longest current winning streaks
Lafayette Central Catholic has won 45 straight games.
Carmel and Indianapolis Bishop Chatard have won nine games in a row.
Longest current losing streaks
Indiana Deaf School has lost 32 consecutive games.
DeKalb and Tri have dropped 22 games in a row.
Frontier has 19 straight losses.
Lafayette Harrison and New Castle have dropped 17 consecutive games.
Central Noble has lost 16 games in a row.
LaVille and Riverton Parke have suffered 14 straight losses.
Fort Wayne Wayne has dropped 13 consecutive games.
Northridge and Silver Creek have lost 12 straight contests.
Madison has 10 consecutive defeats.
Rushville and Wabash have nine losses in a row.
Fort Wayne Concordia, Shelbyville, and Union (Dugger) have eight straight defeats.
Hammond Clark, Indianapolis Northwest, Muncie Central, Prairie Heights, Taylor, and Tecumseh have seven losses in a row.
Cascade, Forest Park, Knox, Lake Station, McCutcheon, and Woodlan have dropped six consecutive games.
Consecutive regular season wins
Lafayette Central Catholic 34, North Putnam 21, Fountain Central 18, Leo 17, Warren Central 17, Homestead 16, Bremen 14, Brownstown Central 13, Linton-Stockton 13, Penn 12, Churubusco 11, Andrean 10, Castle 10, Avon 8, Charleston 8, Kokomo 8, Lawrence Central 8, Milan 8, Pendleton Heights 7, Mishawaka Marian 6, North Posey 6, Northwestern 6, South Putnam 6, Wawasee 6.
Consecutive regular season losses
Indiana Deaf School 29, Tri 20, DeKalb 19, Frontier 17, Lafayette Harrison 15, New Castle 15, Central Noble 14, Northridge 13, LaVille 12, Riverton Parke 12, Delphi 10, Fort Wayne Wayne 11, Silver Creek 11, Madison 9, Rushville 8, Salem 8, Wabash 8, Fort Wayne Concordia 7, Lafayette Jeff 7, Indianapolis Northwest 7, Monrovia 7, Shelbyville 7, South Bend Riley 7, Union (Dugger) 7, Hammond Clark 6, Muncie Central 6, Park Tudor 6, Plymouth 6, Prairie Heights 6, Taylor 6.
Quarterback Mitch Hartman’s six-yard scoring strike to Rodney Applewhite in overtime helped South Bend Clay escape with a 12-6 win over South Bend Riley. Mike Anderson tallied 99 yards and one score on 21 attempts for the Wildcats.
Penn junior signal caller Zach Oakley racked up 139 yards and one touchdown on 15 carries as the No 6 (Class 5A) Kingsmen held on for a 35-28 win over Valparaiso. Senior back Matt Hummel added nine rushes for 136 yards and two scores before leaving with a knee injury as the Kingsmen rolled up 356 yards on the ground. Stephen Simms accumulated 104 yards rushing and 252 all-purpose yards to go along with three scores for the Vikings.
Wide out Ethan Pike hauled in four passes, good for 136 yards and three scores, leading visiting No. 6 (Class 2A) Bremen to a 42-26 win over Plymouth Pike added an interception as the Lions won the Rockpile for the first time since 1988. Bremen junior quarterback Kai Slough finished 9-of-18 for 231 yards and four scores, and Reid Zellmer chipped in 138 yards rushing and two scores on 19 attempts. Despite playing with sprained ankle, senior back Sam Stevens still managed to tally 251 yards and two touchdowns on 26 attempts for the Rockies.
Mishawaka quarterback Sam Schrader rambled for 246 yards and passed for 135 more yards, leading No. 7 (Class 4A) Mishawaka to a 57-42 win over Portage. An IFD Prime Time 25 selection, Schrader threw for two scores and ran for another as the Cavemen rolled 615 total yards, including 480 on the ground. Matt Carver added four rushes for 100 yards and three scores, while Tyler McDaniel had 112 yards rushing and one touchdown for Mishawaka. Rashaan Coleman paced the Indians with 24 carries for 188 yards rushing and four scores (three rushing, one receiving). Portage signal caller Gage Pearman added 280 yards (18-of-30) with two scores through the air.
Eastern Michigan recruit DuWhan Alford accumulated 100 yards rushing on 16 carries and three scores, helping No. 9 (Class 4A) Concord to 30-25 win over South Bend Washington. Daigien Morgan completed 3-of-4 passes for 72 yards and one touchdown, caught nine passes for 84 yards, and ran four times for 32 yards and one score for the Panthers. Kelly Kolat added 119 yards passing and two touchdown passes for Washington. Ryan Tepe booted a 45-yard field goal for the Minutemen.
Zionsville quarterback Parker Dunshee was 13 of 17 passing for 186 yards with four touchdown passes, and running back Cole Wendt rushed 19 times for 144 yards and a score as the Eagles flew past Lafayette Jefferson, 41-20. John Naumcheff hauled in three touchdown passes for Zionsville, and Darian Green rolled up 141 yards on 15 carries for Jeff in the loss.
In Indiana’s oldest rivalry game, Lowell’s George Fields rushed 26 times for 199 yards with three touchdowns in the Red Devils 28-21 loss at Crown Point. Jake Jatis had 234 yards passing for Crown Point. With the win, the Bulldogs secured the “old leather helmet” for the third straight year.
Bloomington South’s Eli Eads racked up 137 yards rushing in the Panthers’ 34-20 win over Bedford North Lawrence.
Hobart’s Ian Drobac rushed 11 times for 100 yards and scored two touchdowns as the Brickies defeated Gary West, 52-14. Signal caller Andrew Barras completed 11 of 18 passes for 179 yards and a touchdown, and Aaron DelGrosso had a 49-yard field goal in the contest for Hobart. The Brickies have won eight straight season opening games.
South Putnam sophomore Lucas Lorian racked up 179 rushing yards with four touchdowns to lead Eagles past Owen Valley, 33-7.Larry Shaffer rushed eight times for 120 yards in the loss for the Patriots.
Wawasee quarterback D.J. Semon rushed 13 times for 134 yards with a 92-yard score as the Warriors upended Whitko, 20-7. Warriors’ punter Derrick Sorenson had a 68-yard punt in the game. Semon, Sorenson, and Gabe Rhodes combined for 294 yards rushing and three scores for Wawasee.
Griffith’s Austin Brown rushed for 152 yards and scored five touchdowns and passed for 147 yards with a score to lead the Panthers to a 42-35 win over Hammond Morton. The versatile Brown also had an interception on defense as the Panthers ended a five losing streak to nearby Morton. Governors’ junior tailback Kendall Huff had 13 catches for 119 yards to go along with 15 rushes for 96 yards, and Nate McClurg had 10 receptions for 103 yards. Morton senior quarterback Jimmy Glidewell was 30-of-53 passing for 326 yards with one touchdown, while Eleazar Henderson chipped in with 95 rushing yards in the loss.
Ben Davis quarterback Kyle Castner was 18-for-22 passing for 152 yards and a touchdown as the Giants knocked off Class 4A No 1 Indianapolis Cathedral, 24-21. Fighting Irish QB Connor Rice passed for 295 yards and two scores and ran for another tally in the loss.
Triton Central’s Dakota Nelson recorded a 78 and an 85-yard kickoff return for touchdowns as the Tigers rolled past Park Tudor, 42-13. The senior Nelson also hauled in a 68-yard pass reception for a score. Senior Nick Anders rushed 13 times for 148 yards for Triton Central.
Cody Poynter rushed 26 times for 212 yards and scored all four of his team’s touchdowns as Boone Grove defeated Wheeler, 30-12. Wheeler’s last lost in the regular season was in 2007, snapping a 43-game winning streak. With the triumph, the Wolves matched last year’s win total.
Chad Banschbach had 17 carries, good for 107 yards rushing and five touchdowns in Lawrenceburg’s 63-19 thrashing of South Dearborn. Sam Fette was 14-of-21 for 247 yards and two scores, and Colin Solomon recorded 14 tackles for the Tigers.
Chesterton quarterback Chris Katsafaros had 113 yards rushing and 88 yards passing with a touchdown in the Trojans’ 24-7 win over St. Joe. Signal caller Matt Monserez was 22-of-36 for 215 yards for the Indians, while A.J. Snyder had an interception and blocked kick for Chesterton.
Western Boone’s Riggs Baxter had seven tackles and two interceptions, and LV Bowden racked 18 stops with three pass break ups, one forced fumble and three tackles for loss as the Stars defeated Sheridan, 28-6.
Austin Karazsia was 12-of-15 for 269 yards with four touchdown passes as Linton Stockton rolled past Eastern Greene, 40-0. Koye Kaiser piled up 146 rushing yards with two scores and another 71 yards through the air for the Miners.
Angola quarterback Brady Boots was 11-of-15 passing for 249 yards with a pair of scores as the Hornets stung West Noble, 56-19. Austin Bauer scored three touchdowns and racked up 266 all-purpose yards, while Reece Oberlin had five receptions for 111 yards for Angola.
Winamac quarterback Zach Shidler was 8-of-14 passing for 245 yards with two scores and Richie Doty had 8 tackles, four tackles for loss and one sack as the Warriors defeated Knox, 26-9. Levi Schultz had three receptions for 135 yards with two scores, while Tyler Katske added two touchdown runs and 15 tackles for Winamac.
Andrean senior Shamir Johnson rushed for 131 yards on 21 carries with three touchdowns in helping the 59ers to their 17th straight win over parochial rival Hammond Bishop Noll, 48-12. In addition, Andrean junior quarterback Matt DeSomer had 42 yards rushing and was 11 for 23 for 228 yards with three touchdown passes. Andrean has won four straight openers.
Lakeland’s one-two punch of Joey Fuller (123 rushing yards) and Cory Troyer (110 rushing yards) was too much for Prairie Heights as the Lakers rolled to 35-7 win. Lakeland coach Keith Thompson has never lost a season opener at Lakeland. Fuller also returned a punt for another score, while Troyer added a touchdown reception for the Lakers.
Brown County junior quarterback Dillon Boknecht completed 14-of-27 passes for 232 yards and a touchdown and added a TD run in the Eagles’ 22-14 win at Cloverdale. Senior Julian Ercoli had three receptions for 103 yards, and senior Dylan Quackenbush rushed for 100 yards on 13 rushes.
Cardinal Ritter junior quarterback Jake Purichia passed for 228 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 79 yards and two scores as the Raiders won a 42-41 thriller over Heritage Christian at the PeyBack Classic at Lucas Oil Stadium. In addition, Logan Beaman rushed 26 times for 209 yards and a touchdown for Ritter. Heritage Christian’s Matt Hunt passed for 242 yards and four touchdowns, and ran for 129 yards and two scores in the loss. Anthony Warrum had six receptions for 147 yards and two touchdowns for the Eagles.
Nick Faus was 20-of-28 for 294 yards and three touchdowns, leading Elkhart Central to a 51-3 drubbing of Elkhart Memorial. Faus added a rushing score as the Blazers captured the “Mangy Lion” for the first time since 2007. Central wide out Spencer Schnell had seven catches for 109 yards and two scores along with a 48-yard punt return for a touchdown.
Devan Emerson ran for 120 yards and a touchdown, helping No. 3 (Class 3A) Jimtown roll to a 27-0 win over NorthWood. Signal caller Brody Olson tossed a pair of touchdown passes to Carter Gill and hauled in an interception for the Jimmies.
Quarterback Caston Sanchez threw for 130 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 69 yards and another score, lifting North Judson to a 41-15 win over John Glenn. Eric Beckman added three catches for 130 yards and two scores, including a 91-yard strike from Sanchez for the Bluejays.
Making his varsity debut, junior Tristan McClone tallied 295 yards and three touchdowns on 43 attempts, helping Warsaw post a 20-14 win over Columbia City. It marked the 100th career victory for Tigers’ coach Phil Jensen. McClone was three attempts shy of breaking Rod Wildman’s single-game school record for carries, a mark that was set in 1972 against Wawasee. He was also just 16 yards shy of breaking Brad Seiss’ single-game school record for rushing yards, a mark that was set in 2000 against Wawasee. Zach Shepler added 14 tackles for Warsaw, while Adam Neely paced the Eagles with 28 carries for 135 yards and one touchdown.
Hayes Barnes tallied four touchdowns as Culver Military Academy held on for a 27-22 win over Tippecanoe Valley. Barnes had 90 yards through the air and 72 on the ground for the Eagles. Signal caller Ben Shriver was 9-of-16 for 108 yards and two scores for the Vikings in the setback.
Blake Dailey rambled 17 times for 144 yards and one touchdown in Mississinewa’s 20-8 win over Manchester. Jacob Casper led the Squires with 109 yards rushing in 13 attempts.
Kyle Ostrander rushed for 111 yards and four touchdowns in Fairfield’s 56-0 shutout of Central Noble. Cameron Kitson added 101 yards on the ground and three scores to help the Falcons snap a six-game losing streak.
Nick Dobkins accumulated 119 yards rushing and two scores, helping New Prairie roll to 42-14 win over LaPorte in Russ Radtke’s debut as the Cougars’ coach. Tyler Littlejohn had 15 catches for 202 yards and one score for the Slicers.
Michael Hamilton tallied 215 yards rushing and three scores on 24 carries, guiding West Central to a 41-21 win over Culver Community. Chantz Marlatt added 75 yards on the ground and one score to go along with touchdown pass from Hamilton for the Trojans.
Jeremy Gonzalez carried the football 26 times for 181 yards and one touchdown in Caston’s 28-20 win over Triton. Quentin Douglas tossed a pair of scores to Daniel Scales and ran for another tally for the Comets. Bryson Mosier completed 9-of-17 passes for 120 yards and three touchdowns for the Trojans.
Michael Whitfield rolled 307 all-purpose yards and five touchdowns as Mishawaka Marian cruised to a 48-17 win over DeKalb. Whitfield ran for 147 yards and four scores and returned the opening kickoff 82 yards for another tally. Joe Walter added 12 tackles as the Knights handed DeKalb its 22nd straight loss.
Kyle Sturdy ran for two touchdowns and threw for 137 yards and another score in South Central’s 20-6 win over LaVille. Levi Lucas accounted for LaVille’s tally with a 90-yard kickoff return to begin the second half.
Frank Karczewski tossed a pair of touchdown passes in South Bend Adams’ 46-20 win over Northridge. Gavin Miller added a pair of scores, including a 70-yard interception return, for the Eagles. Tanner Adams threw and ran for scores for the Raiders, who have lost 12 straight games.
Josh Spitanle’s 21-yard field goal in the third quarter was the difference as Fort Wayne Snider edged three-time defending Class 2A state champion Fort Wayne Bishop Luers, 10-7. The Panthers forced three turnovers and limited Bishop Luers to just 230 total yards. Signal caller Quinn Cook was 15-of-29 for 153 yards and one score for the Knights.
Kankakee Valley’s Tyler Birky carried 27 times for 340 yards and five touchdowns to power the Kougars to their first win over Rensselaer Central, 49-39, since 2007. In capturing the Cracker Barrel, the Kougars’ ground game gained 572 yards.
D’Marcus Moon rambled 27 times for 203 yards and two touchdowns in Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger’s 20-7 triumph over Fort Wayne South.
Matt Skowronek enjoyed a solid debut at quarterback by going 12-of-22 for 99 yards and one score as Homestead cruised to a 53-12 win over Huntington North. Grayson Bastin added 92 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 15 carries as the Spartans scored 46 unanswered points to erase a 12-7 deficit. Drew Schnitz finished 10-of-20 for 146 yards and two scores for the Vikings.
Chris Terry passed for 139 yards and one score and rambled for 63 yards on the ground, helping Carroll (Allen) cruise to a 45-7 win over Goshen.
Cory Miller tallied three touchdowns and Jay Petrie added two in Churubusco’s 46-13 triumph over Fremont. Jason Nicodemus chipped in 137 yards rushing and one score on 11 attempts for the Eagles.
Signal caller Noah Follett was 15-of-22 for 156 yards and three touchdowns as Garrett held on for a 32-27 win over Eastside. Porter also ran for 59 yards and a score as the Railroaders were successful in Chris DePew’s debut as head coach. Brandon Porter chipped in a touchdown run and reception for Garrett, while Blake Blaker threw for 203 yards and three scores for the Blazers.
Brad Busse and Josh Hall combined for more than 250 yards rushing and three scores in Bellmont’s 26-19 win over Woodlan. Busse tallied 134 yards and one score on 18 attempts, while Hall had 17 carries for 120 yards and two touchdowns. Woodlan running back T.J. Sewell accumulated 194 yards and two scores on 11 attempts.
In New Haven’s 20-14 win over Heritage, Kevin Ware passed for 123 yards and one touchdown and ran for another score. Anthony Moore chipped in 24 carries for 138 yards and a touchdown for the Bulldogs.
Rance Harris carried the football 16 times for 100 yards and two touchdowns as Leo rolled to a 56-14 win over Norwell. Lions’ signal caller Sam Walters completed only three passes, but they were all for touchdowns.
Dalton Combs was 9-of-13 for 149 yards and two touchdowns in Adams Central’s 53-14 victory over Blackford. Kyle Baker added three scores, while Alex Byerly and Braxton Wolf added two apiece for the Flying Jets. One of Wolf’s touchdowns came on a 100-yard interception return. Trace Oswalt paced the Bruins with a pair of scores.
Quarterback C.J. Jackson was a one-man wrecking crew for Fort Wayne North in a 54-33 win over Fort Wayne Concordia Lutheran. Jackson was 14-of-22 for 282 yards passing with two touchdowns and ran 16 times for 166 yards and two scores. Zach McKinstry added four catches for 103 yards for the Redskins. David Morrison was 21-of-32 for 187 yards and one score for Concordia. Brandon Webb had seven receptions for 116 yards, and Brydon Williams added two touchdowns for the Cadets.
Nic Weimer finished 15-of-23 for 199 yards and three touchdowns as East Noble rolled to a 40-7 win over Fort Wayne Northrop. Weimer also ran for a score for the Knights in coach Luke Amstutz’s first game at East Noble. Northrop quarterback Colin Brockhouse completed 20-of-39 passes for 217 yards.
Running back Levi Weddle rambled 28 times for 254 yards and four touchdowns as Springs Valley posted a 46-29 win over Silver Creek. Weddle also completed 4-of-10 passes for 65 yards and two scores, while Ryan Warren added 165 yards on the ground on 29 carries for the Blackhawks. Quarterback Brooks Howell was 15-of-21 for 167 yards and two touchdowns, and Layne Taylor added 144 yards rushing on 16 attempts for Silver Creek.
Alex Cowan passed for 137 yards and two scores and ran for 118 yards and another tally in Columbus East’s 31-28 win over Bloomington North. Markell Jones added 21 carries for 138 yards and one touchdown for the Olympians. Lorrell Williams tossed for 103 yards and one touchdown and ran for 84 yards and another score for North. Ty Smith added 108 yards on the ground and one touchdown for the Cougars.
Christian Perry scored two touchdowns and Robert Webb passed for 116 yards (8-of-20) in Southport’s 27-13 loss to Indianapolis Roncalli.
Cole Sermersheim had 33 carries for 197 yards and Devon Traylor added a pair of touchdowns in Jasper’s 21-7 victory over Evansville Memorial. Linebacker Kelsey Coslett recorded 21 tackles, including 13 solos, for Memorial.
Caleb Robinson had 19 tackles and Carter Lewis added 18 as Greencastle used a 15-point fourth quarter to rally for a 21-7 victory over Monrovia Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium. Nate Christy added a pair of touchdowns for the Tiger Cubs.
Running back Martayveus Carter tallied 213 yards rushing and four touchdowns on just nine carries in East Chicago Central’s 48-20 win over Hammond. Carter also hauled in two passes for 47 yards and one score and recorded 14 tackles, including 11 solos, for the Cardinals. Carlos Fernandez was 8-of-15 for 163 yards and one score, and Patrick Shaw added 13 tackles, including 10 solos, for EC Central.
Speedway quarterback Austin Anglea went 12-of-18 for 122 yards and four touchdowns and ran for a score in a 49-2 thrashing of Lapel. Justin Brent hauled in three touchdown passes, and freshman kicker Melanie McHenry converted all seven of her extra-point attempts for the Sparkplugs. Logan Alberts was the lone bright spot for Lapel with 16 carries for 114 yards.
Frankton rolled up 348 yards on the ground in a 45-0 blanking of Anderson Prep Academy. Nic Clark had 17 carries for 127 yards and two scores, and Zac Turner added two more tallies for the Eagles. Cole Douglas chipped in 85 yards rushing and a touchdown on his four attempts for Frankton.
Running back Nick McElroy ran for 132 yards and two touchdowns in Clinton Prairie’s 41-8 drubbing of Frontier. Signal caller Ryan Walker was 8-of-10 for 114 yards and two scores for the Gophers.
Jake Hobson paced a balanced attack with 119 yards rushing and one score, helping Greenwood roll to a 52-6 win over Anderson. Kyle Deal added 102 yards on the ground and two scores, while Ben Heller and Ethan Bailey chipped in two touchdowns apiece for the Woodman. Jerian Beard finished with 19 carries for 152 yards and one score for the Indians.
Rocky Leffler scored a pair of touchdowns, leading Indianapolis Scecina Memorial to a 27-12 win over Elwood. Austin Dauenhauer tossed two touchdown passes in the setback for the Panthers.
Quarterback Blaize Kelly was 22-of-35 for 298 yards and one touchdown in Alexandria’s 14-6 win over Wes-Del. Kelly also ran for a score in the victory.
Nathan Rogers returned a pair of interceptions for scores, guiding North Montgomery to a 32-6 win over Benton Central. Brett Warren also returned a pick for a touchdown for the Chargers. North Montgomery signal caller Jalen West finished 13-of-21 for 163 yards and one touchdown and also ran for 53 yards.
Jesse Furrow went 5-of-11 for 134 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a third score in Pendleton Heights’ 42-13 win over Muncie Central. Jon Furrow chipped in 118 yards on the ground and one score for the Arabians.
Cole Barlett accounted for almost 300 total yards and three touchdowns in Hagerstown’s 35-27 win over Shenandoah. Barlett ran 11 times for 175 yards and one score and completed 8-of-14 passes for 114 yards and two scores. Evan Young had 211 yards rushing and two touchdowns, and T.J. Netherly added 101 yards rushing for the Raiders, who had their 18-game regular season winning streak halted.
Jared Fishero ran for a score and passed for another, helping Fountain Central rally for a 21-18 win over Southmont. Quarterback Devon Burton had 19 carries for 132 yards and two touchdowns and completed 7-of-13 passes for 124 yards and another tally for the Mounties.
Cade Wilke and Ke’Andre Vaughn tallied two touchdowns as Evansville Reitz held on for a 29-23 victory over Henderson County (Ky.).
Evansville Mater Dei quarterback Jace Hartz was 11-of-20 for 209 yards and four scores, leading the Wildcats to a 34-7 win over Heritage Hills. Wide out Jacob Fleming added a pair of touchdown receptions for Mater Dei, and Gabe Konerding ran 78 yards for Heritage Hills’ tally.
Aaron Killebrew had 149 total yards and three touchdowns, helping Evansville Harrison roll to a 52-7 win over West Vigo. Quarterback Eric Blackman was 14-of-21 for 180 yards and one touchdown and ran for another score for the Warriors.
Princeton saw its 29-game losing streak come to a halt with a 42-34 win over Wood Memorial. Deon Hardiman rambled for 243 yards and one touchdown, caught a pass for another score, and returned a fumble 65 yards for a third score as the Tigers gave new coach Waylon Schenk a victory in his debut. Princeton signal caller Colton Wilder tossed a pair of touchdowns, while Jayson Jamerson ran for two scores, intercepted a pass, and forced a fumble.
Michael Cannato’s extra-point in the third quarter was the difference as Mt. Vernon (Posey) held on for a 7-6 win over Tell City.
Daniel Perez tallied a pair of scores as Southridge rolled to a 48-14 win over Clarksville. Marquise Parrish had kickoff returns of 85 and 95 yards for touchdowns for the Generals in defeat.
Jake McConnell connected on field goals of 34 and 48 yards in Booneville’s 20-3 win over Washington. Evan Hendrickson completed 7-of-15 passes for 153 yards for the Pioneers, and Tyler Edmiston netted 112 yards rushing on 21 carries for the Hatchets.
Running back Wes Harness ran 18 times for 169 yards and four scores, lifting North Posey to a 51-0 triumph over South Spencer. Nick Neidig caught a touchdown pass and booted a field goal for the Vikings.
Freshman quarterback Eric Wilhite went 10-of-18 for 182 yards and two touchdowns in Castle’s 35-24 win over Terre Haute North. Jon-Marc Anderson had five catches for 111 yards and one score, and Andrew Finch added 127 yards rushing on 34 carries for the Knights.
Tyler Metcalfe tossed a pair of touchdown passes to Isaac Hampton in Indianapolis Broad Ripple’s 18-9 win over Northview. Jamonte Hampton added 106 yards rushing on 26 attempts for the Rockets.
Jason Kirchhoff tallied 148 yards rushing and one score on 22 attempts in North Decatur’s 33-14 win over Union County. It marked a successful debut in Garry Sauley’s return as head coach for the Chargers. Signal caller Brock Ricke completed 6-of-12 passes for 107 yards and three touchdowns for the winners.
Josh Smith came up with three interceptions as South Decatur cruised to a 28-13 win over Cambridge City Lincoln.
Nyles Edwards’ 26-yard field goal with 2.3 seconds left allowed Avon to escape with a 17-14 win over Hamilton Southeastern.
Matt Siergiej ran for 121 yards and Blake Luker tossed for 107 yards and two scores in New Palestine’s 26-20 loss to Whiteland.
Tayler Persons’ one-yard run in overtime was the difference as Kokomo edged Mt. Vernon (Fortville), 28-21. Michael Copeland added 23 carries for 95 yards and two scores for the Wildkats.
Trenton Brazel had seven carries for 87 yards and one touchdown and hauled in three passes for 36 yards and another tally in Northwestern’s 27-13 win over Clinton Central. Brandon Curry chipped in 109 yards rushing and one score on 13 carries for the Tigers. Clinton Central quarterback Jeff Scott threw for one touchdown and ran 17 times for 106 yards and another score.
Wide out Dominique Booth caught 11 passes for 136 yards and two touchdowns, leading Indianapolis Pike to a 23-6 win over North Central (Indianapolis). Signal caller Brent Lyles finished 19-of-32 for 198 yards, and running back Derrick Wilkerson added 124 yards rushing on 19 attempts for the Red Devils. James Mitchell returned a kickoff 95 yards for North Central’s tally.
James Gilbert tallied 103 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 21 attempts, leading Indianapolis Tech to a 33-20 triumph over Fort Wayne Wayne. Dylan Massey added two scores for the Titans. Rajshawn Mosley added 15 tackles, four quarterback sacks, and four tackles for losses, and William Lee tallied 12 tackles for Tech.
Brody Forbes connected on a 27-yard field goal with 23.1 seconds left, helping West Lafayette rally for a 9-7 win over Tri-West.
Tipton quarterback Austin Hooker went 17-of-27 for 261 yards and two touchdowns in the Blue Devils’ 19-14 win over Hamilton Heights Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium. Hooker also had 18 rushes for 65 yards and a score, while James Altherr and Josh Snider added 11 and 10 tackles respectively for Tipton. Corey Beck completed 16-of-34 passes for 276 yards and one score for the Huskies. Landon Cunningham finished with 13 tackles and Spencer Dull had 12 for Hamilton Heights.
Westfield quarterback Nick Ferrer threw four touchdown passes, two of them to Kory Kostecka, in the Shamrocks’ 27-7 triumph against Lafayette Harrison. Drezden Johnson’s 95-yard kickoff return for a score was the lone bright spot for the Raiders, who have dropped 17 straight contests.
Jordan Ham rambled for 74 yards and a score as Frankfort downed Western, 21-8, to snap an 11-game losing streak.
Brandon Dovers booted field goals of 33, 27, and 43 yards Saturday, helping Brownsburg post a 36-9 win over McCutcheon. Indiana recruit Chase Dutra added a 74-yard punt return for a score for the Bulldogs. Nate Deno had a 95-yard kickoff return to lead the Mavericks.
Tyler Munson carried the football 16 times for 194 yards, including a 91-yard touchdown, leading Seeger to a 24-14 win over Rockville. Trevor Bowlus chipped in 13 tackles for the Patriots. Ryan Lewis passed and ran for scores for the Rox.
Jake Reneau and Ryan Spesard combined for 230 yards rushing and three touchdowns in Carroll (Flora)’s 41-19 win over Tri-County. Reneau finished with 126 yards and one score, and Spesard added 104 yards and two touchdowns. Brandon Dillon hauled in two touchdown passes for the Cougars, while Riley Benner tossed three touchdown passes for the Cavaliers.
Chad Schultz accumulated three touchdowns, including a 75-yard punt return as North Newton downed South Newton, 37-20. Austin Drinski had a pair of scores, including a 98-yard kickoff return for South Newton. Jared Chavez added 18 tackles and Jake West had 12 for the Rebels in the setback.
Carson Davis accumulated 190 yards and four scores on just eight carries in Attica’s 66-0 blanking of Riverton Parke. Lance Whorall and Tyler Jordan added two scores apiece as the Red Ramblers rolled up 406 yards on the ground.
Cole Hileman turned in quite a performance for North White in its 37-15 win over Taylor. Hileman had three rushes for 158 yards, including a 96-yard romp for a touchdown, completed 3-of-7 passes for 69 yards and one score, and recorded 16 tackles.
Will Rogers had nine carries for 99 yards and two touchdowns as Twin Lakes posted a 33-9 win over Logansport. Zach Diener added a pair of scores as the Indians won the coaching debut of Justin Gardiner. Bo Bullard threw for 111 yards and one score, and Braxton Berkshire had 12 tackles for the Berries.
Karson Allen tallied 25 carries for 196 yards in Covington’s 26-7 loss to South Vermillion.
Tuwan Payton had 14 carries for 228 yards and three touchdowns as New Albany posted a 28-15 win over Providence. Matt Bell ran 24 times for 115 yards and one score for Providence.
Tyler Frindley completed 13-of-23 passes for 225 yards and three touchdowns in Jeffersonville’s 29-25 loss to Louisville Eastern. Frindey also had eight carries for 76 yards and one score. Ricky Embry added five catches for 135 yards and two scores for the Red Devils, who have not won a season-opener since 1992.
Sophomore quarterback Ryan Washington ran and threw for scores in Michigan City’s 33-0 shutout over Gary Roosevelt. James Washington added a touchdown run and interception as the Wolves snapped their nine-game losing streak.
Quarterback Aaron Daniel accounted for more than 260 total yards and six touchdowns in Charlestown’s 67-14 thrashing of Madison. Daniel threw for 120 yards and three scores and rambled for 149 yards and three more tallies.
Jamie Antonoglou was a one-man machine for Union City in its 33-0 win over Tri. Antonoglou ran for a touchdown, returned a punt 63 yards for another score, and recorded 12 tackles. The Indians limited Tri to just 52 total yards.
Dillon Bailey rushed 15 times for 189 yards and five touchdowns and threw for another score in North Central (Farmersburg)’s 60-14 thrashing of Union (Dugger). Chase VanSchoyck added 139 yards on the ground and one score on 16 attempts, and Jordan Caton chipped in two more touchdowns for the Thunderbirds. Sterling Langley scored twice for the Bulldogs.
Anthony Taylor-Cooper tossed for 135 yards (8-of-13) and a pair of touchdown passes as Warren Central rolled to a 35-7 win over Merrillville at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Whiting signal caller A.J. Veloz threw two touchdown passes Saturday in the Oilers’ 47-0 blanking of Hammond Clark in the “Battle of 119th Street.” Keegan Rooke and Rudy Wanek added two touchdowns apiece for the Oilers.
Purdue recruit David Yancey overcame a bout with strep throat to run for 105 yards and two scores in Lake Central’s 40-0 win over Munster.
Before leaving with a leg injury, East Central running back Greg Bonomini had 19 carries for 110 yards and three touchdowns in the first half of the Trojans’ 35-6 win over Richmond. Bonomini’s replacement, Cade Knueven, had 17 rushes for 99 yards and two scores in the second half.
Dakota Ervin and Blake Evans tallied two scores each in Connersville’s 34-27 win over Rushville. Clay Tressler threw for two touchdowns and ran for another score for Rushville.
Tyler Seibert accounted for 234 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns, leading Terre Haute South to 34-24 win over Indian Creek. Seibert had five catches for 173 yards and three scores and carried the football five times for 61 yards and one score. Signal caller Danny Etling completed 15-of-27 passes for 267 yards and four scores for the Braves. Indian Creek signal caller Matthew Wray went 15-of-27 for 193 yards and two touchdown passes to Kyle Meiklejohn. Brendon Smith added 11 catches for 128 yards for the Braves in defeat.
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By Paul Condry and Matt Kopsea – Regional Radio Sports Network/Indiana Football Digest
TOP GAMES WEEK ONE 2012
COLUMBUS NORTH (0-0) AT CARMEL (0-0)
GAME TIME: 7 pm ET, Greyhound Stadium.
COACHES: Tim Bless, 84-54 in 13th year at Columbus North. Kevin Wright, 23-3 in 3rd year at Carmel.
OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Columbus North 0-0, Carmel 0-0.
SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: Carmel, 1-0.
LAST MEETING: Carmel, 58-17, Aug. 19, 2011.
COACHES COMMENTS: “We definitely have an exciting challenge ahead of us playing the defending (Class 5A) state champions. They are definitely one of the premier programs in the state. We learned a lot about ourselves when we played them last season. It definitely made us a better football team and helped prepare us for the rest of the season. We are hoping we can learn from this experience.” – Columbus North coach Tim Bless.
“Columbus North is a veteran football team which plays a very physical style of football and has excellent size up front. For us to be successful Friday, we must have our young guys play like veterans, take care of the football, and limit our mistakes. In other words, we have to grow up fast against a very good football team.” – Carmel coach Kevin Wright.
FORT WAYNE BISHOP LUERS (0-0) AT FORT WAYNE SNIDER (0-0)
GAME TIME: 7 pm ET, Spuller Stadium.
COACHES: Matt Lindsay, 227-97 in 26th year at Fort Wayne Bishop Luers. Kurt Tippmann, 28-11 in 4th year at Fort Wayne Snider.
OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Fort Wayne Bishop Luers 0-0, Fort Wayne Snider 0-0.
SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: Fort Wayne Snider, 11-4.
LAST MEETING: Fort Wayne Bishop Luers, 32-21, Aug. 19, 2011.
COACHES COMMENTS: “Offensively, we must be able to block them up front. They have some tremendous athletes. We have to find them and block them. Play action passing will be a big part of our success. Our QB must make good decisions in the passing game and in our option game. Defensively, we have to defend their speed. They spread the ball around, so we must be able to tackle some tremendous ball-toucher guys. In the kicking game, we need to win the battle of field position. Again, they have tremendous speed, so we have to out-execute them in the special team units.” F.W. Snider coach Kurt Tippmann.
GRIFFITH (0-0) AT HAMMOND MORTON (0-0)
GAME TIME: 7 pm CT, Zlotnik Field, WJOB (1230 AM).
COACHES: Jim Pickett, 0-0 in 1st year at Griffith. Roydon Richards, 93-56 in 14th year at Hammond Morton.
OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Griffith 0-0, Hammond Morton 0-0.
SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: Griffith, 13-6.
LAST MEETING: Hammond Morton, 27-26, sectional, Nov. 4, 2011.
COACHES COMMENTS: “Our defense is very young. So for us to keep the pressure off of them, our offense needs to execute and take care of the ball. Our offense has nine very talented seniors starting and should be able to use that experience as an advantage.” – Morton coach Roydon Richards.
HAMILTON SOUTHEASTERN (0-0) AT AVON (0-0)
GAME TIME: 7 pm ET, Oriole Stadium.
COACHES: Scott May, 50-10 in 6th year at Hamilton Southeastern. Mark Bless, 19-6 in 3rd year at Avon.
OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Hamilton Southeastern 0-0, Avon 0-0.
SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: Hamilton Southeastern, 9-4.
LAST MEETING: Hamilton Southeastern, 27-17, Aug. 19, 2011.
COACHES COMMENTS: “We are beat up some right now and we are young, but I think this team can be good. We need to control the ball and not give up big plays this week. A quick start and some success early could be big for this group.” Hamilton SE coach Scott May.
“In order for us to be successful Friday night against Hamilton Southeastern, we will need to minimize our mistakes. HSE is very good at capitalizing on your mistakes and making you pay for them. We will need to control the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball. We will also need to make big plays on special teams.” – Avon coach Mark Bless.
HERITAGE CHRISTIAN (0-0) VS.INDIANAPOLIS RITTER (0-0)
GAME TIME: 6 pm ET, Lucas Oil.
COACHES: Ron Qualls, 64-48 in 11th year at Heritage Christian. Ty Hunt, 66-13 in 7th year at Indianapolis Ritter.
OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Heritage Christian 0-0, Indianapolis Ritter 0-0.
SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: Indianapolis Ritter, 9-1.
LAST MEETING: Indianapolis Ritter, 45-28, Aug. 19, 2011.
COACHES COMMENTS: “In order to beat a well-coached team like Cardinal Ritter, we will need to focus on ball security. With the offensive firepower of both teams, it is imperative for us to make wise choices in play calling and play management. I am confident that QB Matt Hunt will do his job of making great choices if the coaching staff calls the right plays to put him the right position to make the right choices. I believe that most interceptions are made not because of the QB but rather because the coaching staff made the wrong play choice and put the QB in a position to make the best of a bad situation.” – Heritage Christian coach Ron Qualls.
” We will have to play great team defense, Especially our with our linebackers (Deckard, Sholar, Schmidt, Sims, and Beman), knowing that Matt Hunt, Anthony Warrum are driving forces behind what Heritage Christian attempts to do. If our returning line can control the line of scrimmage, that will help us establish a tempo of the game. We expect Jake Purichia, Jake Hagan, Alex Parrett, and Robbie Hagan to be some of our skilled players who will help lead and help define that tempo on offense. I know everyone is excited and learning how to control the first game emotions will be a good test as well.” – Cardinal Ritter coach Ty Hunt.
HERITAGE HILLS (0-0) AT EVANSVILLE MATER DEI (0-0)
GAME TIME: 7 pm CT, Reitz Bowl.
COACHES: Todd Wilkerson, 0-0 in 1st year at Heritage Hills. Mike Goebel, 148-46 in 16th year at Evansville Mater Dei.
OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Heritage Hills 0-0, Evansville Mater Dei 0-0.
SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: Heritage Hills, 3-1.
LAST MEETING: Evansville Mater Dei, 30-7, sectional, Oct. 20, 2006.
COACHES COMMENTS: “We are excited about our first game against a great opponent. To be successful Friday night, we have to execute and make plays offensively. On defense, we cannot give up big play TDs to Mater Dei. We have to make them grind it out.” – Heritage Hills coach Todd Wilkerson.
“With so many new faces, we first must find ourselves and control our own play. Of course, we must have a feel and be prepared for an outstanding Heritage Hills club. They might have a new coach from within the Patriot system, but they have the same scheme and same outstanding program. We have a very difficult challenge. To be competitive, we must develop a better understanding of the game. The team’s effort has been there and we can only promise that it will be there on Friday evening.” – Mater Dei coach Mike Goebel.
INDIANAPOLIS CATHEDRAL (0-0) AT BEN DAVIS (0-0)
GAME TIME: 7 pm ET, Giants Stadium.
COACHES: Rick Streiff, 168-37 in 18th year at Indianapolis Cathedral. Mike Kirschner, 38-20 in 6th year at Ben Davis.
OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Indianapolis Cathedral 0-0, Ben Davis 0-0.
SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: Ben Davis, 5-0.
LAST MEETING: Ben Davis, 24-21, overtime, Aug. 20, 2011.
COACHES COMMENTS: “We must be able to play great special teams. Both teams are starting over in some key positions, so there is a certain level playing field for both teams. The Ben Davis offense is retooling and our defense lost 10 starters, so we need to get up to speed quickly. The Ben Davis defense is experienced and talented, so consequently we must be able to play to the strength of our returning skilled players.” Cathedral coach Rick Streiff.
“We will have to rely on our defense to get us going. Our offense is young and inexperienced and will need some help growing up. The Irish are very athletic and quick up front. They play disciplined football, so we will have to be under control.” – Ben Davis coach Mike Kirschner.
INDIANAPOLIS BISHOP CHATARD (0-0) AT BREBEUF JESUIT (0-0)
GAME TIME: 7:30 pm ET, Wilhelm Field.
COACHES: Vince Lorenzano, 110-21 in 10th year at Indianapolis Bishop Chatard. Ryan Gallogly, 39-17 in 6th year at Brebeuf Jesuit.
OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Indianapolis Bishop Chatard 0-0, Brebeuf Jesuit 0-0.
SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: Indianapolis Bishop Chatard, 8-0.
LAST MEETING: Indianapolis Bishop Chatard, 34-13, sectional, Nov. 4, 2011.
COACHES COMMENTS: “To reach our potential this Friday on offense, we have to take care of the football, limit our penalties, control the down and distance into manageable possessions (2 and 3-4, 3rd and 2-3), break off four big run plays of 40+ yards, and complete five passes for 60 yards. Defensively, we need to recover two fumbles, produce two interceptions, execute play per play, tackle Belamy and Ferguson, outhit them, and be faster overall as a team. We also must have no big specialty breakdowns, great coverage on punt and KO coverage, and outhit them on specialty teams.” Bishop Chatard coach Vince Lorenzano.
JASPER (0-0) AT EVANSVILLE MEMORIAL (0-0)
GAME TIME: 6:30 pm CT, Enlow Field.
COACHES: Tony Ahrens, 83-24 in 10th year at Jasper. John Hurley, 37-18 in 5th year at Evansville Memorial.
OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Jasper 0-0, Evansville Memorial 0-0.
SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: Jasper, 12-3. Jasper leads the all-time series, 20-16, dating back to 1962.
LAST MEETING: Jasper, 29-0, Aug. 19, 2011.
COACHES COMMENTS: “Memorial has a solid team that starts with an eye on their QB Dane Hurley. He is a good football player and will be tough to contain. We have to try to stay mistake free as much as possible. We simply must line up and compete at the line of scrimmage.” – Jasper coach Tony Ahrens.
“We have to stop the run and control the line of scrimmage. Jasper’s strength is going to be their offense and defensive lines. Last year, we had several early turnovers in the first quarter. We are looking for strong senior leadership Friday night, we have 27 (seniors).” – Evansville Memorial coach John Hurley.
PERRY CENTRAL (0-0) AT CORYDON CENTRAL (0-0)
GAME TIME: 8 pm ET, Corydon Central Field.
COACHES: Greg Gibson, 0-0 in 1st year at Perry Central. Darin Ward, 46-20 in 7th year at Corydon Central.
OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Perry Central 0-0, Corydon Central 0-0.
SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: Perry Central, 11-4.
LAST MEETING: Corydon Central, 42-6, Aug. 19, 2011.
COACHES COMMENTS: “For us to be successful Friday, we are going to have to win the battle up front on both sides of the ball. Last year, we had problems matching their physical play. We will need to limit their big plays. On offense, we need to maintain a good balance of pass and run.” – Perry Central coach Greg Gibson.
“For us to beat Perry Central, we must limit the amount of snaps that they get offensively and be sound in the kicking game.” – Corydon Central coach Darin Ward.
SOUTH BEND ST. JOSEPH (0-0) AT CHESTERTON (0-0)
GAME TIME: 7 pm CT, Chesterton Field.
COACHES: Ben Downey, 22-8 in 3rd year at South Bend St. Joseph. John Snyder, 65-54 in 12th year at Chesterton.
OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: South Bend St. Joseph 0-0, Chesterton 0-0.
SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: South Bend St. Joseph, 1-0.
LAST MEETING: South Bend St. Joseph, 30-28, Aug. 19, 2011.
COACHES COMMENTS: “In order to win against the Trojans, our returning starters need to execute the plan as usual. Our rookies need to play with the poise, confidence, and discipline of veterans.” – St. Joe coach Ben Downey.
“We will win if we can control their defensive front. They’re very active, which allows their outstanding linebackers and safeties freedom to run and pursue. Turnovers are always a big key in the opening game. We have several new faces on offense, so we must come out confident and aggressive. Defensively, we must tackle well. They have very good running backs and their QB has demonstrated an ability to throw deep and accurately. Coach Downey and his staff have developed an outstanding program and it is obvious when you watch their teams play. They play hard the entire 48 minutes!!! Their experience in the playoffs is something we can’t duplicate, which can be a key in a close, tight game.” – Chesterton coach John Snyder.
SOUTH BEND WASHINGTON (0-0) AT CONCORD (0-0)
GAME TIME: 7:30 pm ET, Jake Field.
COACHES: Jay Johnson, 0-0 in 1st year at South Bend Washington. Tim Dawson, 155-101 in 24th year at Concord.
OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: South Bend Washington 0-0, Concord 0-0.
SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: Concord, 2-0.
LAST MEETING: Concord, 35-13, sectional, Oct. 29, 2010.
COACHES COMMENTS: “In order for us to win, we have to play Panther football. We have to outhit them. We have to be fundamentally sound. We have to play together, and we can’t flinch when things aren’t going our way. If we stay focused and play our game, we will be fine.” – S.B. Washington coach Jay Johnson.
“I see two keys for us if we are to have success against the Panthers! Win the battle of special teams with field position and not give up the big plays to their offense. We will not play a more athletic and explosive team until maybe Jimtown. They looked very impressive in their scrimmage against NorthWood. It will be a great test for us to see where we are as a team! I am glad we play at home. Maybe Daigien Morgan and Matt Clay will miss the bus and not find their way to Dunlap! Gotta Love it!” – Concord coach Tim Dawson.
TRI-WEST (0-0) AT WEST LAFAYETTE (0-0)
GAME TIME: 7:30 pm ET, Gordon Straley Field.
COACHES: Chris Coll, 31-30 in 7th year at Tri-West. Marshall Overley, 75-51 in 12th year at West Lafayette.
OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Tri-West 0-0, West Lafayette 0-0.
SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: No meetings.
COACHES COMMENTS: “This week is a game between two teams who are keeping the tradition going. We both have a lot of players to replace. Our first-time starters are going to have to play at the level we have come to expect. We also have to contain that giant Bruin QB. He is hard to tackle and he has a strong arm. Our coverage can’t break down and we have to swarm to the tackle. Both Chris and I are glad to start this series between programs with such strong histories.” – West Lafayette coach Marshall Overley.
WESTERN BOONE (0-0) AT SHERIDAN (0-0)
GAME TIME: 7:30 pm ET, Blackhawk Field.
COACHES: Jed Richman, 16-7 in 3rd year at Western Boone. Larry Wright, 370-158 in 47th year at Sheridan.
OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Western Boone 0-0, Sheridan 0-0.
SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: Western Boone, 8-7.
LAST MEETING: Western Boone, 21-16, Aug. 19, 2011.
COACHES COMMENTS: “Anytime you play the Blackhawks, you have to be well conditioned and disciplined. They are a very good team yet again this year. Coach Wright is one of the greatest ever, so we have to be well prepared. We have a lot of respect for Sheridan and it is a great test to start the season with.” – Western Boone coach Jed Richman.
“In order to beat Western Boone we must contain their QB. He is a good athlete who can run or pass. They run the read option, so we must play assignment football. On offense, we must be able to throw the play action pass with success. Our offensive line is inexperienced (4 of 5 new starters). We will not be able to run the ball unless we have some success in the passing game.” – Sheridan coach Bud Wright.
TIPTON (0-0) VS.HAMILTON HEIGHTS (0-0)
GAME TIME: 7 pm ET Saturday, Lucas Oil Stadium.
COACHES: Aaron Tolle, 51-29 in 8th year at Tipton. Mitch Street, 9-3 in 2nd year at Hamilton Heights.
OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Tipton 0-0, Hamilton Heights 0-0.
SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: Tipton, 7-6.
LAST MEETING: Hamilton Heights, 10-9, Aug. 19, 2011.
COACHES COMMENTS: “To beat Tipton, offensively, we are going to have be really be conscientious of their front seven and where they are aligned pre-snap. We also be able to adapt to their post snap movement. Defensively, we must be aware and focused on our keys, and be prepared to adjust and adapt throughout the game. We must rally to the football. Overall, we must control our emotions due to a combination of the fact it’s week 1, the rivalry, and the fact the game is being played at Lucas Oil Stadium.” – Hamilton Heights coach Mitch Street.
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THE HONOR ROLL 2012 – WEEK ONE
By Paul Condry and Matt Kopsea – Regional Radio Sports Network/Indiana Football Digest
The Regional Radio Sports Network kicks off its 21st season of covering high school football this week. To say the RRSN team is excited is maybe the biggest understatement of the year! We are stoked! It dawned on me last week that I published my first Indiana high school football magazine 20 years ago this month. That is a whole generation of young football players and coaches. The first magazine was just 72 pages. The 2012 Indiana Football Digest is now 420 pages. We have come along way baby! Each week throughout the football season, Matt Kopsea and I will be collecting data of all sorts on the wild and wacky world of Indiana high school football. We hope you will enjoy the “Honor Roll”!
HIGHS AND LOWS
Longest current winning streaks
Lafayette Central Catholic has won 44 straight games.
Fort Wayne Bishop Luers has won 11 consecutive games.
Indianapolis Cathedral has won nine straight games.
Carmel and Indianapolis Bishop Chatard have won eight games in a row.
Longest current losing streaks
Indiana Deaf School has lost 31 consecutive games.
Princeton has lost 29 straight games.
DeKalb, South Vermillion and Tri have dropped 21 games in a row.
Beech Grove has suffered 19 consecutive losses.
Frontier has 18 straight losses.
Lafayette Harrison and New Castle have dropped 16 consecutive games.
Central Noble has lost 15 games in a row.
LaVille, Peru, and Riverton Parke have suffered 13 straight losses.
Fort Wayne Wayne has dropped 12 consecutive games.
Frankfort, Northridge, and Silver Creek have lost 11 straight contests.
Madison and Michigan City have nine consecutive defeats.
Bloomington South, Pike Central, Plainfield, Rushville, and Wabash have eight losses in a row.
Fort Wayne Concordia, Plainfield, Shelbyville, Terre Haute South, and Union (Dugger) have seven straight defeats.
Fairfield, Hammond Clark, Indianapolis Northwest, Muncie Central, Prairie Heights, Taylor, Tecumseh, and Twin Lakes have six losses in a row.
Cascade, Forest Park, Knox, Lake Station, McCutcheon, South Decatur, and Woodlan have dropped five straight games.
Consecutive regular season wins
Wheeler 43, Lafayette Central Catholic 33, North Putnam 20, Shenandoah 18, Fountain Central 17, New Palestine 17, Pioneer 17, Leo 16, Warren Central 16, Homestead 15, Bremen 13, Brownstown Central 12, Linton-Stockton 12, Penn 11, Churubusco 10, Andrean 9, Castle 9, Avon 8, Charleston 7, Kokomo 7, Lawrence Central 7, Milan 7, Southmont 7, Centerville 6, Edgewood 6, Hamilton Southeastern 6, Pendleton Heights 6, South Newton 6, Martinsville 5, Merrillville 5, Mishawaka Marian 5, North Posey 5, Northwestern 5, South Putnam 5, Wawasee 5.
Consecutive regular season losses
Indiana Deaf School 27, Princeton 26, Tri 19, DeKalb 18, South Vermillion 18, Beech Grove 17, Frontier 16, Lafayette Harrison 14, New Castle 14, Central Noble 13, Frankfort 12, Northridge 12, LaVille 11, Peru 11, Riverton Parke 11, Delphi 10, Fort Wayne Wayne 10, Silver Creek 10, Evansville Harrison 8, Madison 8, Michigan City 8, Plainfield 7, Pike Central 7, Rushville 7, Salem 7, Wabash 7, Fort Wayne Concordia 6, Lafayette Jeff 6, Indianapolis Northwest 6, Monrovia 6, Shelbyville 6, South Bend Riley 6, Terre Haute South 6, Union (Dugger) 6, Fairfield 5, Hammond Clark 5, Muncie Central 5, Park Tudor 5, Plymouth 5, Prairie Heights 5, Taylor 5, Twin Lakes 5.
Consecutive winning seasons
Penn 39, Jimtown 32, Fort Wayne Snider 22, Heritage Hills 22, Jasper 22, East Central 21, Brownstown Central 19, Eastbrook 19, Hamilton Southeastern 18, Homestead 17, Pioneer 16, Carmel 14, Warren Central 12, Indianapolis Bishop Chatard 11, Evansville Reitz 11, Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger 11, Indian Creek 11, Linton-Stockton 11, Columbus East 9, East Noble 9, Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter 9, Merrillville 9, Concord 8.
Consecutive losing seasons
New Castle 27, Connersville 20, Madison 19, South Bend Adams 19, Edinburgh 18, Gary Wallace 16, Princeton 16, Cloverdale 15, Jennings County 14, South Bend Riley 14, Lake Station 13, Alexandria 11, Delphi 11, Evansville Bosse 11, Peru 11, McCutcheon 9, Bluffton 8, Brown County 8, Hammond Gavit 8, LaVille 8, Wood Memorial 7.
UPS AND DOWNS IN 2011
Anderson (6-4) had its first winning record since 2001.
Batesville (3-7) suffered its first losing record since 1997.
Benton Central (6-5) enjoyed its first winning record since 2003.
Cambridge City (Lincoln) (8-3) had its first winning mark since 2004.
Carroll (Fort Wayne) (8-4) celebrated its first winning record since 2004.
Delta (5-6) had its first losing mark since 1995.
Fairfield (4-6) went through its first losing season since 2005.
Indianapolis Scecina Memorial (11-4) experienced its first winning season since 2002.
Greenwood (8-4) finished with a winning mark for the first time since 2005.
Indianapolis Pike (5-6) finished with a losing mark for the first time since 2005.
Lewis Cass (5-7) had its first losing season since 1997.
Logansport (4-6) endured its first losing season since 2003.
Monrovia (3-8) experienced its first losing mark since 2006.
North Montgomery (4-6) had a losing record for the first time since 2005.
North Vermillion (7-6) recorded its first winning record since 1996.
Northfield (6-5) enjoyed its first winning mark since 1980.
Plainfield (2-8) was saddled with a losing record for the first time 1996.
Rensselaer Central (5-6) ended with a losing mark for the first time since 2007.
River Forest (7-4) wound up with its first winning record since 2003.
Seeger (3-7) recorded its first losing record since 1991.
South Dearborn (7-3) tallied a winning record for the first time since 2004.
Tri-Central (6-4) finished with a winning mark for the first time since 2007.
Union City (9-2) had its first winning record since 2005.
Washington (5-6) experienced a losing mark for the first time since 2006.
Winamac (5-6) had its first losing record for the first time since 2007.
IT HAS BEEN AWHILE
Last winning season
Alexandria (1998), Bluffton (2003), Brown County (2003), Cascade (2006), Central Noble (2007), Clarksville (2006), Cloverdale (1996), Connersville (1992), Crawfordsville (2007), Danville (2007), DeKalb (2007), Delphi (2000), Eastern Hancock (2005), Edinburgh (1993), Elwood (2000), Evansville Bosse (2000), Evansville Harrison (2004), Evansville North (2007), Fort Wayne Concordia (2007), Fort Wayne Northrop (2003), Franklin (1996), Franklin Central (2007), Frankton (2003), Frontier (2006), Gary Roosevelt (1987), Gary Wallace (1995), Gibson Southern (2007), Hammond Gavit (2003), Hammond Noll (2006), Lafayette Harrison (1996), Highland (2001), Hobart (2008), Indiana Deaf School (2007), Indianpolis Northwest (2005), Jay County (2007), Jeffersonville (2007), Jennings County (1997), Kankakee Valley (2006), Knox (2008), Lafayette Jeff (2008), Lake Station (1998), LaVille (2003), Lawrence North (2005), Lawrenceburg (2008), Maconaquah (2004), Madison (1992), McCutcheon (2002), Mitchell (2005), Muncie Central (2006), New Castle (1984), New Prairie (2008), Noblesville (2001), Indianapolis North Central (2006), North Decatur (2007), North Harrison (2006), North Newton (2004), Park Tudor (2005), Perry Meridian (2003), Peru (2000), Pike Central (1986), Prairie Heights (1989), Princeton (1996), Riverton Parke (2006), Seymour (2005), South Bend Adams (1993), South Bend Riley (1997), Southwood (2008), Taylor (2008), Tecumseh (2008), Tell City (2006), Terre Haute South (1999), Tri (2007), Tri-County (2007), Triton (2008), Turkey Run (2003), Twin Lakes (2006), Union (Dugger) (2008), Union County (2004), Vincennes Lincoln (2005), Wabash (1996), Wes-Del (1990), West Noble (2005), Westfield (2007), Wood Memorial (2004), Woodlan (2005).
Last losing season
Andrean (2008), Attica (1996), Bedford North Lawrence (2003), Carmel (1997), Center Grove (2005), Centerville (2003), Charlestown (2006), Churubusco (2004), Columbus East (2002), Concord (2003), East Central (1990), East Noble (2001), Eastbrook (1992), Evansville Central (2004), Evansville Memorial (2007), Evansville Reitz (1998), Fishers (2006), Floyd Central (2007), Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger (2000), Fort Wayne Bishop Luers (2006), Fort Wayne Snider (1989), Garrett (2006), Griffith (2003), Hagerstown (2005), Hamilton Southeastern (1993), Hammond Clark (2004), Heritage Christian (2005), Heritage Hills (1989). Homestead (1994), Huntington North (2002), Indian Creek (2000), Indianapolis Ben Davis (1985), Indianapolis Brebeuf (2003), Indianapolis Cathedral (2003), Indianapolis Bishop Chatard (2000), Indianapolis Lutheran (2008), Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter (2002), Jasper (1989), Jimtown (1979), John Glenn (2002), Knightstown (2007), Kokomo (2006), Lafayette Central Catholic (2003), Lawrence Central (2007), Leo (2006), Linton-Stockton (1996), Lowell (1998), Madison-Grant (2004), Martinsville (2008), Merrillville (2002), Milan (2007), Mishawaka (1998), Munster (2007), New Palestine (2008), North Daviess (2007), North Miami (2006), North Putnam (2004), Northview (2008), Northwestern (2005), Paoli (2006), Penn (1971), Perry Central (1995), Pioneer (1995), Providence (2006), Rochester (2003), Rockville (2002), Shenandoah (1997), South Bend St. Joseph (2004), South Putnam (2008), South Spencer (2007), Southern Wells (2007), Southmont (2007), Southport (2007), Southridge (2005), Speedway (1994), Tippecanoe Valley (2008), Tipton (2000), Triton Central (2004), Warren Central (1999), West Lafayette (2006), West Washington (2007), Western (2000), Western Boone (2008), Wheeler (2004), Whiting (2007), Zionsville (2007).
Consecutive sectional titles
Indianapolis Bishop Chatard 11, Indianapolis Cathedral 6, Fort Wayne Snider 5, Fort Wayne Bishop Luers 3, Evansville Mater Dei 3, Lafayette Central Catholic 3, West Lafayette 3, Guerin Catholic 2, Leo 2, Milan 2, Pendleton Heights 2, South Bend St. Joseph 2, Tipton 2.
Consecutive regional crowns
Indianapolis Bishop Chatard 11, Indianapolis Cathedral 6, F.W. Bishop Luers 3, Lafayette Central Catholic 3, Evansville Mater Dei 2, Guerin Catholic 2, Leo, S.B. St. Joseph 2.
Consecutive semistate championships
F.W. Bishop Luers 3, Lafayette Central Catholic 3, Indianapolis Bishop Chatard 2, Indianapolis Cathedral 2, S.B. St. Joseph 2.
DID YOU KNOW?
Fort Wayne Wayne has only had two winning seasons since 2000 (2000 and 2009).
Hamilton Heights has had only one losing season since 2000 (2008).
NorthWood has experienced only one losing season going back to 1975 (2010).
Northridge has enjoyed only three winning records since 1990 (1991, 1992, and 2009).
Terre Haute North has had just one winning season since 2000 (2010).
Closing in on 300
Russ Radtke (New Prairie) 293
Closing in on 250
Joe Gengelbach (North Posey) 246
Mo Moriarty (Salem) 243
Closing in on 200
Jeff Adamson (Eastbrook) 198
Leroy Marsh (Munster) 197
Tim Roth (Winamac) 193
Rick Streiff (Indianapolis Cathedral) 191
Closing in on 150
Bart Curtis (Mishawaka) 148
Mike Goebel (Evansville Mater Dei) 148
Mike Paul (Muncie South) 145
Closing in on 100
Phil Jensen (Warsaw) 99
Scott Helms (North Daviess) 97
Cory Yeoman (Penn) 97
Justin Bogunia (John Glenn) 96
Mike Cheviron (Goshen) 94
Tony Lewis (Evansville Reitz) 91
HERE’S TO THE “CONFERENCE” CHAMPIONS
Big Eight: Mount Carmel (Ill.)
Central Indiana: Madison-Grant
Conference Indiana: Lawrence Central
Duneland Athletic: Lake Central and Merrillville
Eastern Indiana: East Central
Great Lakes Athletic: Hammond Morton
Greater South Shore: Wheeler
Hoosier: Lafayette Central Catholic
Hoosier Crossroads: Avon, Brownsburg, and Hamilton Southeastern
Hoosier Heartland: Sheridan
Hoosier Heritage: New Palestine
Hoosier Hills Columbus East
Indiana Crossroads: Speedway and Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter
Indianapolis Public School: Indianapolis Howe
Metropolitan Interscholastic: Warren Central
Mid-Indiana Football: Milan
Mid-Indiana: Northwestern and Western
Mid-Southern: Brownstown Central
Mid-State: Decatur Central
North Central: Kokomo
Northeast Corner: Churubusco
Northeast Hoosier: Homestead
Northern Indiana: Penn
Northern Lakes: Concord
Northern State: Bremen
Northwest Crossroads: Andrean
Patoka Lake Athletic: Paoli
Pocket Athletic: North Posey and Southridge
Southern Indiana Athletic: Castle
Southwest Seven: Linton-Stockton
Summit Athletic: Fort Wayne Bishop Luers and Fort Wayne North
Three Rivers: Rochester and Tippecanoe Valley
Wabash River: Fountain Central
West Central: North Putnam
Western Indiana: Northview
MULTIPLE CONFERENCE TITLES DATING BACK TO 2000
Allen County Athletic: Heritage 5, Leo 4, Southern Wells 2.
Big Eight: Jasper 8, Mount Carmel (Ill.) 3, Vincennes Lincoln 3.
Central Indiana: Eastbrook 7, Madison-Grant 3, Oak Hill 2.
Conference Indiana: Lawrence Central 4, Pike 4, Bloomington South 2.
Duneland Athletic: Valparaiso 4, Merrillville 4, Crown Point 3, Chesterton 2.
Eastern Indiana: East Central 11, Batesville 2.
Great Lakes Athletic: Hammond Morton 4.
Greater South Shore: Wheeler 5.
Hoosier: Rensselaer Central 5, Benton Central 3, Sheridan 3.
Hoosier Crossroads: Hamilton Southeastern 6, Zionsville 3, Avon 3, Fishers 2.
Hoosier Heartland: Lafayette Central Catholic 10.
Hoosier Heritage: Delta 7, New Palestine 4
Hoosier Hills: Columbus East 8.
Indiana Crossroads: Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter 5, Indianapolis Scecina Memorial 2.
Indianapolis Public School: Indianapolis Broad Ripple 4, Indianapolis Northwest 3, Indianapolis Arlington 3.
Metropolitan Interscholastic: Warren Central 7, Carmel 4, Indianapolis Ben Davis 3, Center Grove 3.
Mid-Indiana Football: Indian Creek 6, Triton Central 3, Milan 2.
Mid-Indiana Athletic: Hamilton Heights 6, Lewis Cass 2, Northwestern 2
Mid-Southern: Brownstown Central 8, Charlestown 3, Salem 2.
Mid-State: Plainfield 5, Mooresville 3, Greenwood 2, Whiteland 2.
Midwest: Pioneer 9, South Newton 2.
North Central: Kokomo 5, Muncie Central 3, Logansport 2, Richmond 2.
Northeast Corner: Fairfield 4, Churubusco 3.
Northeast Hoosier: Homestead 9, East Noble 5, Norwell 2.
Northern Indiana: Penn 25 out of last 26 years, including 24 in a row from 1986 to 2009.
Northern Lakes: Concord 5, Plymouth 3.
Northern State: Jimtown 9, New Prairie 2.
Northwest Crossroads: Lowell 3.
Patoka Lake Athletic: Perry Central 8, Paoli 3, West Washington 2.
Pocket Athletic: Heritage Hills 10, North Posey 2, Southridge 2.
Sagamore: Danville 5, Southmont 3, Southmont 3.
Southern Indiana Athletic: Evansville Reitz 7, Evansville Mater Dei 3, Castle 2.
Southwest Seven: Linton-Stockton 5, North Daviess 2.
Summit Athletic: Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger 5, Fort Wayne Bishop Luers 3, Fort Wayne Snider 3.
Three Rivers: Rochester 7, Tippecanoe Valley 3, Whitko 2.
Tri-Eastern: Hagerstown 6, Centerville 4, Winchester 4, Tri 2.
Wabash River: Seeger 6, Fountain Central 3, Rockville 2.
West Central: North Putnam 5, Speedway 5, Monrovia 2.
Western Indiana: Northview 7, West Vigo 2, Owen Valley 2
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- Paul Condry - Regional Radio Sports/Indiana Football Digest
2012 Coaching Changes
School Former Coach New Coach
- Angola Luke Amstutz Josh Schoeff
- Cascade Josh Hagenow Jason Thompson
- Centerville Matt Holeva Perry Irwin
- Clinton Central Mike Quick Justin Schuhmacher
- Connersville Mark Kirk Adam Kelly
- Covington Phil Cunningham Travis Brown
- Crown Point Chip Pettit Kevin Enright
- Delphi Jamie Sailors Josh Strasser
- East Noble Chris DePew Luke Amstutz
- Elkhart Memorial Kevin Downey Bill Roggeman
- Forest Park Terry Wagner Ross Fuh
- Fountain Central Rick Malone Brian Moore
- Frankfort Tom Potts Mike Quick
- Franklin County Mark Williamson Shane Wellman
- Garrett Ron Frickey Chris DePew
- Gary Roosevelt Eric Yarbrough Jeff Karras
- Gibson Southern Rick Stefanich Nick Hart
- Griffith Russ Radtke Jim Pickett
- Hammond Clark Tim Gault Jay Novak
- Heritage Hills Bob Clayton Todd Wilkerson
- Highland Ken Bye Trent Grider
- Huntington North Reif Gilg Trent Fine
- Indiana Deaf Dan Fitzpatrick Ned Patterson
- Indianapolis Howe Anthony Henderson (WILL NOT FIELD A TEAM)
- Knox Terry Chestovich Chris McGowan
- Lapel Nate Andrews Tim Miller
- Logansport Bucky Kramer Brad Urban
- Monroe Central Trent Fine John Hochstetler
- Monrovia Mark Jaynes Kevin Hutchins
- Mooresville Kevin Hutchins Chad Dockery
- Muncie Central John Hochstetler Brad Seiss
- New Castle Kyle Hall Mark Luzadder
- New Palestine Tim Able Charlie Hill
- New Prairie Marty Mosson Russ Radtke
- North Decatur Jim Louder Garry Sauley
- North Harrison Greg Burton Mark Williamson
- North Putnam Brian Crabtree Greg Barrett
- North Newton Marc Hall Pat Brown
- Northfield Justin Schuhmacher Tony Uggen
- North Vermillion Cedric Lloyd Brian Crabtree
- Park Tudor Scott Fischer Orlando Lowry
- Perry Central Mike Spencer Greg Gibson
- Portage Jeromy Flowers Wally McCormack
- Prairie Heights Mike Smith Vincent Royer
- Princeton Blair Hrovat Waylon Schenk
- Rochester Mark Miller Mike Zehner
- Rushville Chris Makowski Rocky Alspaugh
- South Bend Washington Antwon Jones Jay Johnson
- South Central (UM) Mel Hay Bob Foster
- Tell City Travis Atwell Ryan George
- Tri Keith Isaacs Will Ragle
- Twin Lakes Brad Urban Justin Gardiner
- Valparaiso Mark Hoffman Dave Coyle
- Warren Central John Hart Steve Tutsie (interim )
- Western Alix Engle Nate Andrews
- Wheeler Dan Klimczak Tony Klimczak
- Wood Memorial Linc Oxley Joey Paridaen
Indianapolis Marshal – Anthony Henderson
Indianapolis Tindley – Steve Stirn
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Eagles-Spartans Battle for National Tournament Spot
Every team eyes an opportunity to get together as a unit and improve as a team. That is what the Indianapolis Colts and Indiana National Guard offered 64 high school teams across the state of Indiana over the past two weekends.
64 teams had the opportunity to represent the Indianapolis Colts in the NFL High School Player Development 7-on-7 National Tournament in July, and now only two teams.
The Heritage Christian Eagles were the champions of the South Regional Tournament June 16th, and the Homestead Spartans were crowned the North Regional Champs Saturday June 23rd. Now both teams will battle Tuesday night for the state championship but more importantly the bid to the NFL HSPD National 7-on-7 Tournament.
In 7-on-7, there are no running plays allowed, which means teams are forced to throw the football and test their respective skilled position players. Both Heritage Christian and Homestead had their teams tested already in their regionals but those players get an even bigger test in the championship game.
Looking at the Eagles, it all starts and ends with Prime Time 25 wide receiver and safety Anthony Warrum who complied 1,268 receiving yards along with 15 touchdown receptions, but also captured 3 interceptions along with 30 solo tackles during the 2011 season
Homestead on the other hand has a plethora of options for quarterback Alec Hamman. One of the top receivers in the state is senior wide receiver Isaac Griffith. Last season, Griffith racked up 1,112 receiving yards along with 22 touchdown receptions.
Even though Griffith gets most of the attention, his counterparts take full advantage of him getting that attention. Connor Houser had a big day Saturday afternoon for the Spartans as well. Kam Hladish earned the Army Values Award.
As with any 7-on-7 game, whichever defense can make more big plays will win the game, especially between two teams like the Eagles and Spartans. Everyone knows about their weapons on offense, so both teams will put points on the board.
Knowing that both offenses will put up points due to their great caliber, it is important for the defenses to stay strong and focused and come up with the game changing stop or interception.
Tuesday night will be an exciting game between two teams that are both worthy of representing the Indianapolis Colts, but only one will be able to move on and have the great opportunity come July.
The Championship game is tonight at the Indiana Farm Bauru Football Center and be sure to check back to Colts.com/MyIndianaFootball for complete coverage on tonight’s game!
My Indiana Football Reporter
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