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Indiana highschool soccer playoffs: Sectional scores, statistics

Indiana highschool soccer playoffs: Sectional scores, statistics

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We made it.

It is one of the best time of yr: The Indiana high school football state match. Sectionals bought underway on Friday night time, and boy did they ship.

Here is all the things you might need missed, from highlights to statistical data to photographs:

Indiana highschool soccer schedule: Updated IHSAA sectional pairings

New Palestine 35, Mt. Vernon 24

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IHSAA soccer Class 4A sectional: New Palestine 35, Mt. Vernon 24

The highest-ranked Dragons held off an early upset scare to knock off the defending Class 4A state champion Marauders in IHSAA sectional play.

Kyle Neddenriep, Wochit

Play of the sport

New Palestine, which trailed for the primary time all season, grabbed the lead again, 28-24, on a 10-yard run by Grayson Thomas on the primary play of the fourth quarter. On the subsequent Mt. Vernon drive, Blaine Nunnally jumped a route, intercepted a go and returned it 41 yards to the Mt. Vernon 16. On the subsequent play, New Palestine quarterback Daniel Tippit scored on a 16-yard run to present the Dragons a 35-24 lead and management of the sport.

For subscribers:No. 1 New Pal trailed for the first time all year. Then Blaine Nunnally stepped up.

Turning level

It felt like defending state champion Mt. Vernon, which misplaced 42-6 to New Palestine on Sept. 9, was beginning to take management of the sport when Eli Bridenthal scored on a 1-yard run with 4:17 left within the third quarter. The Marauders led, 24-21, the primary deficit the Dragons had confronted in 2022. However the subsequent drive was key. New Pal went 70 yards in 11 performs, taking the lead once more on Thomas’ 10-yard run with 11:46 left. A key play on that drive was an 11-yard go from Tippit to Nunnally on third-and-10 to the Mt. Vernon 24.

Standout performer

Nunnally’s fingerprints had been throughout this recreation. He intercepted two passes, caught two landing passes and even saved a punt from going into the top zone. Nunnally completed with six catches for 127 yards. “His instincts are unimaginable,” Tippit stated. He may not be the most important star on New Palestine’s top-ranked workforce, however the 5-10, 171-pound senior rose the event within the Dragons’ hardest second of the season.

New Palestine – 14        7        0        14      — 35

Mt. Vernon – 3     14      7        0       – 24

Scoring Performs

New Palestine – Kyler Kropp 56 go from Daniel Tippit (Brendan Tanksley kick)

Mt. Vernon – FG Rylan Vinard 21

New Palestine – Blaine Nunnally 66 go from Tippit (Tanksley kick)

Mt. Vernon – George Burhenn 92 go from Eli Bridenthal (Rylan Vinard kick)

New Palestine – Nunnally 10 go from Tippit (Tanksley kick)

Mt. Vernon – Darnell Stewart Jr. 11 go from Luke Ertel (Vinard kick)

Mt. Vernon – Bridenthal 1 run (Vinard kick)

New Palestine – Grayson Thomas 10 run (Tanksley kick)

New Palestine – Tippit 16 run (Tanksley kick)

Particular person Stats

Dashing — New Palestine: Thomas 33-192, Tippit 5-21, Eian Roudebush 1-37. Mt. Vernon: Ertel 9-51, Drew Martin 7-36, Bridenthal 10-25, Tre Jones 1-10, Burhenn 1-1.

Passing — New Palestine: Tippit 10-21-0 264. Mt. Vernon: Ertel 18-29-3 182, Bridenthal 2-2-0 98.

Receiving — New Palestine: Nunnally 6-127, Kropp 2-70, Thomas 1-57, Thacker 1-10. Mt. Vernon: Bridenthal 6-77, Burhenn 4-115, Stewart 4-30, Tre Jones 5-58.

Lutheran 42, South Putnam 0

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IHSAA soccer sectional highlights: Lutheran vs South Putnam

All of the highlights from Lutheran vs. South Putnam within the first spherical of the 2022 Indiana highschool soccer playoffs.

Wochit

The highest-ranked Class A Indianapolis Lutheran Saints haven’t misplaced a soccer recreation in practically two years.

On Friday night time, the reigning state champion Saints (10-0) stored that custom going by shutting out No. 10 South Putnam, 42-0, to open Sectional 47.

The unbeaten Saints will now host Cloverdale (1-8) in subsequent week’s semifinal spherical. Cloverdale was awarded the opening-round bye.

In opposition to visiting South Putnam (7-3) the Saints scored on six of their first eight possessions, together with 4 instances within the first half led by sophomore quarterback Jackson Willis.

Willis accomplished 14 of 18 passes for 262 yards and 4 touchdowns. All 4 scores unfolded within the first half with to present the Saints a 28-0 lead.

Willis related with senior Micah Mackay (164 yards on 5 catches) twice for touchdowns measuring 64 and 59 yards that put Lutheran forward 14-0. Cur’Brian Shelby caught Willis’ third scoring strike from 24 yards out, and DeVuan Jones hauled within the fourth at 16 yards.

Operating again Joe Davis’ first of two speeding touchdowns initiated the IHSAA mercy-rule operating clock with 9 minutes, 16 seconds within the third quarter. Davis rushed for touchdowns protecting 17 and 5 yards and completed with 87 yards on 17 carries.

The Saints’ protection pitched its second shutout this season and first since Week 2 towards Cardinal Ritter, 71-0 on Aug. 26. Kam Patterson recorded a sack for Lutheran, and Jonny Corridor had an interception.

South Putnam 0 0 0 0 — 0

Lutheran 7 21 7 7 — 42

Scoring Performs

L – Micah Mackay 64 yd go from Jackson Willis (Nick Miller kick)

L – Mackay 59 yd go from Willis (Miller kick)

L – Cur’Brian Shelby 24 yd go from Willis (Miller kick)

L – DeVuan Jones 16 yd go from Willis (Miller kick)

L – Joe Davis 17 yd run (Miller kick)

L – Davis 5 yd run (Miller kick)

Mooresville 34, Lebanon 24

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IHSAA soccer sectionals: Mooresville defeats Lebanon 34-24

Mooresville defeats Lebanon 34-24 on Friday, October 21, 2022.

Clark Wade, Indianapolis Star

Play of the Recreation

In his first recreation again since injuring his knee Week 4 towards Greenwood, Mooresville vast receiver Hogan Denny made a direct impression for the Pioneers. Denny, an IU baseball commit, confirmed off his means to trace a fly ball late within the second quarter. On 1st-and-10 from the Lebanon 26 with lower than one minute remaining within the second quarter, Mooresville quarterback Nick Patterson threw a seam path to a well-covered Denny. With a defender face-guarding him the whole means, Denny used his proper hand to struggle off the defensive again, reached up along with his left hand and pinned the ball to his left shoulder whereas falling into the top zone for the landing.

Turning Level

Mooresville bought off to a sluggish begin, turning the ball over twice within the first 4 minutes of the sport. The primary error was a Patterson pick-six to Kaden Lark on the sport’s second play. Three performs later, Landon Clement misplaced a fumble, giving Lebanon the ball deep in Pioneer territory. Kade Garrett’s interception on the Tigers ensuing drive stopped the bleeding and the groups traded scores earlier than Patterson’s two-yard landing run with 8:55 put Mooresville up for good.

Participant of the Recreation

Hogan Denny. Patterson rushed for 3 scores and threw for one more, however Denny earned participant of the sport honors. The receiver’s absence was felt all through the season and his presence allowed Patterson and the remainder of the offense to function extra effectively. Denny made 9 catches for 99 yards and one rating. He had a speeding landing referred to as again after a penalty, he threw an extended go that drew a go interference name and he performed security on protection.

Danville 40, Tri-West 21

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IHSAA soccer Class 3A sectional: Danville 40, Tri-West 21

The Warriors pulled off the upset in a matchup of Hendricks County rivals within the opening spherical of sectional play.

Bryce Shadday, Particular for IndyStar

High Play

With 1:04 remaining within the half and the Warriors main, 14-7, it appeared Danville coach Jayme Comer was merely content material to take the lead into halftime. With no timeouts remaining, two carries by workhorse operating again Derin Sharp signaled the technique.

But, with the clocking operating down, Danville quarterback Conner Soper dodged the Tri-West go rush and fired towards the top zone the place senior receiver Brian Wuest hauled in a 43-yard rating and the Warriors took a 14-point lead – and all of the momentum into halftime.

For subscribers:Halftime Hail Mary, six Tri-West turnovers allow Danville to spring sectional upset

Turning Level

Tri-West’s potent passing recreation, led by quarterback Ty Owens, was greater than able to rallying the Bruins, however two third-quarter fumbles and two fourth quarter interceptions – considered one of which Wuest introduced again 84 yards for a Danville landing killed any comeback try.

Participant of the Recreation

Whereas Danville had a number of candidates (e.g. Sharp who ran for 186 yards on 45 carries, Soper and the boys within the trenches on either side of the ball), Wuest made the most important performs – together with six catches for 112 yards and two touchdowns and each interceptions Owens threw.

Tri-West              0             7             7             7 — 21  

Danville 7             14           6             13 — 40

Scoring Performs

D – Darin Sharp 2 run (Caleb Harvey kick)

D – Brian Wuest 15 go from Conner Soper (Harvey kick)

T-W – Cole Morgan 23 go from Ty Owens (Cortland Williams kick)

D – Wuest 43 go from Soper (Harvey kick)

T-W – Alex Ziats 35 go from Owens (Williams kick)

D – Sharp 2 run (kick failed)

D – Sharp 4 run (go failed)

D – Wuest 84 interception return (Harvey kick)

T-W – Owens 1 run (Williams kick)         

Particular person Stats     

Dashing: (T-W) Davon Brown 4-32; Owens 11-28; (D) Derin Sharp 45-186; Wyatt Gentry 2-7; Brian Wuest 1-(-4); Conner Soper 5-(-6).  

Passing: (T-W) Ty Owens 20-32-2-281; Malachi Walden 0-1-0; (D) Conner Soper 9-14-0-154

Receiving: (T-W) Cole Morgan 5-58; Brown 2-23; Connor Syester 2-40; Noah Lien 5-71; Alex Ziats 4-101; Jeffrey Marsh 1-10; Collin Griffith 1-10; (D) Wuest 6-112; Wyatt Gentry 1-9; Jace Scrafton 2-33.

Martinsville 49, Greenwood 0

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IHSAA soccer Class 4A sectional: Martinsville 49, Greenwood 0

The Artesians opened sectional play with a snug win over the Woodmen.

Devin Voss, Wochit

Martinsville 7 28 0 14 49
Greenwood 0 0 0 0 0

Scoring Performs:

M — Ian Nuckles 16 go from Tyler Adkins (Ethan Haenlein kick)

M — Garrett Skaggs 68 go from Adkins (Haenlein kick)

M — Joshua Jones 16 go from Adkins (Haenlein kick)

M — Title N/A 24 go from Adkins (Haenlein kick)

M — Brayden Shrake 2 run (Haenlein kick)

M — Shrake 16 run (Haenlein kick)

M — Lucas Dewey 1 run (Haenlein kick)

Particular person Stats:

Dashing — Martinsville: Shrake 18-77, Dewey 4-8, workforce 1-(minus-1). Greenwood: Marcus Stokes 14-76, Jackson Haessig 8-35, Alan Burnett 7-11, Brock Riddle 3-3, Ayden Houseman 1-(minus-1).

Passing — Martinsville: Adkins 9-10-0, 176. Greenwood: Riddle 9-18-2, 47.

Receiving — Martinsville: Skaggs 3-93, Nuckles 2-20, Jones 1-16, workforce 3-47. Greenwood: Carter Campbell 4-29, Ethan Pringle 1-15, Burnett 2-4, Josh Amburgy 2-(minus-1).

Guerin Catholic 24, Oak Hill 21

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IHSAA soccer sectional highlights: Guerin Catholic 24, Oak Hill 21

The Golden Eagles win the Class 3A soccer match recreation on Oct. 21, 2022.

Charleston Bowles, For IndyStar

Justin Zdobylak rushed for a pair of touchdowns and 209 yards because the visiting Golden Eagles (6-4) shattered the unbeaten season for the Class 3A No. 3 Golden Eagles (9-1), sparked by Evan Guenthner’s game-winning area purpose halfway by way of the fourth quarter to snap a 21-all impasse. The victory prolonged Guerin’s streak of seasons with at the very least one post-season triumph to 4, and gave the Eagles their third win in 10 video games towards top-20 groups.

Guerin Catholic 7 7 7 3 24
Oak Hill 0 7 14 0 21

Scoring Performs

GC — Justin Zdobylak 6 run (Evan Guenthner kick)

GC — Zdobylak 3 run (Guenthner kick)

OH — Kyle Turanchick 12 run (Grant Elzinga kick)

GC — Cooper Navarro 8 run (Guenthner kick)

OH — Avery Mills 19 run (Elzinga kick)

OH — Levi Trexler 14 run (Elzinga kick)

GC — Guenthner 36 FG

Particular person Stats

Dashing — Guerin Catholic: Zdobylak 40-209, Navarro 8-35, Anthony Ferrucci 4-8, Malcolm Houze 1-3. Oak Hill: Turanchick 23-169, Mills 6-34, Trexler 3-33, Will Warnock 2-(minus-2).

Passing — Guerin Catholic: Houze 16-27-0, 158. Oak Hill: Trexler 7-11-0, 79.

Receiving — Guerin Catholic: Alex Gibbs 6-54, Ferrucci 3-49, Will Fremion 3-17, Hayden Cler 2-17, Wesley Road 1-11, Harrison Miller 1-10. Oak Hill: Thomas Nally 2-54, Lucas Hasty 2-15, Mills 2-5, Ty Fagan 1-5.

Scecina 49, Switzerland County 0

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IHSAA soccer sectional highlights: Scecina 49, Switzerland County 0

The Scecina Crusaders defeat the Switzerland County Pacers in Class 2A soccer motion on Oct. 21, 2022.

David Hayden Jr., For IndyStar

Switzerland County 0 0 0 0 0
Scecina 21 21 7 0 49

Scoring Performs

Sc — Marcus Greathouse 5 run (Carter Nolan kick)

Sc — Greathouse 28 run (Nolan kick)

Sc — D.J. Mendez 1 run (Nolan kick)

Sc — Masyn McClellan 29 run (Nolan kick)

Sc — Brendan Eager 9 run (Owen Weinzler kick)

Sc — Eager 3 run (Weinzler kick)

Sc — Wil Battles 2 run (Weinzler kick)

Particular person Stats

Dashing — Switzerland County: Keaton Mosely 3-15, Tyler Hoskins 9-14, Alex Bailey 5-7, Kolvin Beck 1-2, Gabe Rose 2-0, Matt Davis 7-(minus-15). Scecina: McClellan 6-68, Eric Montgomery 9-60, Greathouse 3-56, Eager 6-38, Brandon Fitts-Ramsey 3-20, Mendez 2-1, Battles 2-0.

Passing — Switzerland County: Davis 1-2-0, 1; Bailey 0-5-0, 0; Hoskins 0-1-0, 0. Scecina: None.

Receiving — Switzerland County: Matthew Younger 1-1. Scecina: None.

Heritage Christian 49, Northeastern 45

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IHSAA soccer sectional highlights: Heritage Christian vs Northeastern

All of the highlights from Heritage Christian vs Northeastern within the first spherical of the 2022 Indiana highschool soccer playoffs.

Wochit

Heritage Christian  28  7  7  7  — 49

Northeastern  10  14  14  7  —  45

Scoring Performs

HC – Christian Dora 41 go from Kyle Antoine (David Reynolds kick)

HC – Isaac Jones 12 go from Antoine (Reynolds kick)

N – Luke Higdon 32 FG

HC – Luke Valerio 92 kickoff return (kick good)

N – Dylan Isaacs 5 run (kick good)

HC – Valerio 15 go from Antoine (kick good)

HC – Jalen Bonds 49 run (kick good)

N – Noah Ammerman 27 go from Carson Terrell (kick good)

N – Isaacs 11 go from Terrell (kick good)

HC – Bonds 4 go from Antoine (kick good)

N – Terrell 5 run (kick good)

N – Ammerman 18 go from Terrell (kick good)

N – Terrell 15 run (kick good)

HC – Antoine 4 run (kick good)

Particular person Stats

Dashing – Heritage Christian: Dora 1-1, Bonds 28-203, Antoine 5-29; Northeastern: N/A.

Passing – Heritage Christian: Antoine 13-19-0 4; Northeastern: N/A.

Receiving – Heritage Christian: Valerio 6-95, Dora 1-41, Opper 1-4, Bonds 3-35, Jones 2-52; Northeastern: N/A.

Field scores:

Brebeuf Jesuit 35, Northview 7

Brebeuf 14 14 7 0 35
Northview 0 0 0 7 7

Scoring Performs

B — Jack Maiers 1 run (Quinn Warren kick)

B — Nolan Buckman 8 go from Maverick Geske (Warren kick)

B — Taylor Clark 46 go from Geske (Warren kick)

B — Clark 11 go from Geske (Warren kick)

B — Buckman 29 go from Geske (Warren kick)

N — Tyler Lee 14 run (Richard Alexander kick)

Particular person Stats

Dashing — Brebeuf: Maiers 13-77, C.J. Harris 10-76, Buckman 1-14, Makel Bailey 2-8, Evan Mathis 3-(minus-2). Northview: Lee 12-91, Kyle Cottee 18-73, Elias Graf 2-25, Luke Marlow 1-1, Imer Holman 2-(minus-2), Colton Tub 1-(minus-11).

Passing — Brebeuf: Geske 15-26-1, 202; Chase Johnson 0-1-0, 0. Northview: Tub 3-4-0, 20; Cottee 2-8-3, 7.

Receiving — Brebeuf: Buckman 9-114, Clark 3-62, Jaren Bowling 2-17, Maiers 1-9. Northview: Avery Perry 4-14, Jace Deakins 1-13.

Lapel 49, Winchester 19

Winchester 12 0 0 7 19
Lapel 14 28 7 0 49

Scoring Performs

L — Rylie Hudson 41 run (Cole Miller kick)

W — Aidan Weatherhead 1 run (kick blocked)

L — Tyler Greenback 5 run (Miller kick)

W — Evan Duncan 14 run (run failed)

L — Dolalr 43 run (Miller kick)

L — Hudson 33 run (Miller kick)

L — Jaydon Rodriguez 32 interception return (Miller kick)

L — Greenback 55 run (Miller kick)

L — Hudson 16 run (Miller kick)

W — Weatherhead 2 run (Aubrey Weigand kick)

Particular person Stats

Dashing — Lapel: Greenback 11-158, Hudson 3-90, Bruin White 4-26, Nick Witte 1-12, Isaiah Hicks 1-7, Soli Gilbert 2-5, Mason King 1-5, Andrew Evelo 1-2, workforce 2-0. Winchester: Weatherhead 30-76, Duncan 8-41, Adams Moore 5-(minus-2).

Passing — Lapel: Devin Craig 4-9-0, 30; Evelo 0-1-0, 0. Winchester: Moore 8-16-2, 44; Weatherhead 0-1-0, 0.

Receiving — Lapel: Witte 2-21, Colin Jannings 2-9. Winchester: Grayden Moyer 4-24, Weatherhead 4-20.

Monrovia 53, Purdue Poly 14

Monrovia 27 13 6 7 53
Purdue Poly 0 0 6 8 14

Scoring Performs

M — Dustin Kostrzewski 71 run (Emery Newlin kick)

M — Kostrzewski 17 run (Newlin kick)

M — Kostrzewski 21 run (run failed)

M — Brayton Belcher 26 run (Newlin kick)

M — Corbin Byrnes 14 go from Eli Wagner (run failed)

M — Jozy Hand 18 run (Newlin kick)

M — Ethan Followell 34 run (run failed)

PP — Kobe Jenkins 7 go from Solomon Livingston (go failed)

M — Noah Breeden 3 run (Newlin kick)

PP —Moses Etabo 63 go from Livingston (Eli Hannon go from Livington)

Particular person Stats

Dashing — Monrovia: Kostrzewski 9-158, Belcher 6-78, Hand 7-71, Followell 2-44, Dominic Kindle 5-36, Breeden 3-14, Isaiah Ramos 1-6, Wagner 1-5, Asher Clements 1-5, Eli Hornberger 3-4, workforce 2-0. Purdue Poly: Mitch Wheeler 3-14, Livingston 3-13, Adam Harkness 1-0, Jonquil Muse 2-(minus-3), Jenkins 1-(minus-4).

Passing — Monrovia: Wagner 2-6-0, 24. Purdue Poly: Livingston 15-28-1, 155.

Receiving — Monrovia: Byrnes 1-14, Eli Welch 1-10. Purdue Poly: Etabo 2-68, Juju Primus 7-37, Hannon 4-36, Eddie Williams 1-8, Jenkins 1-7.

Hamilton Heights 51, Maconaquah 18

Hamilton Heights 51, Maconaquah 18

Hamilton Hts  23  21  7  0  —  51

Maconaquah  12  0  0  6 —  18

Scoring Performs

Mac – Fuddy Kile 41 go from Braxton Birner (2-point failed)

HH – Trey Ehman 71 run (Teigan Scoles kick)

HH – Ehman 8 run (Scoles kick)

Mac – Kaleb Shelton 76 go from Birner (2-point failed)

HH – Security blocked punt

HH – Ehman 12 run (Scoles kick)

HH – Vincent Harley 30 go from Bodie Derrer (Scoles kick)

HH – Derrer 12 run (Scoles kick)

HH – Tyler Champion 9 go from Derrer (Scoles kick)

HH – Evan Tilton 30 go from Derrer (Scoles kick)

Mac – AJ Kelly 41 go from Birner (2-point failed)

Particular person Stats

Dashing – Hamilton Heihts: Ehman 15-224, Owen VanHaaren 12-155, Derrer 4-(minus-2), Joey Sigler 4-(minus-7), Kyle Michael 3-11; Maconaquah: Gavin Nethercutt 3-0, Shelton 3-2, Kelly 1-1, Birner 2-(minus-4).

Passing – Hamilton Heights: Derrer 3-5-0 69; Maconaquah: Birner 23-43-1 321, Shelton 0-1-0 0.

Receiving – Hamilton Heights: Harley 1-30, Champion 1-9, Tilton 1-30; Maconaquah: Kile 11-147, Kelly 8-68, Shelton 3-110, Oakley Resser 1-(minus-4).

Covenant Christian 65, Parke Heritage 0

Covenant Christian 21 34 3 7 65
Parke Heritage 0 0 0 0 0

Scoring Performs

CC — Tony Flatt 21 run (Luke Munoz kick)

CC — Landen Ross 29 go from Flatt (Munoz kick)

CC — John Nabors 1 run (Munoz kick)

CC — Flatt 26 run (Munoz kick)

CC — Wyatt Bowman 1 run (Munoz kick)

CC — Gavin Tindall 44 go from Flatt (Munoz kick)

CC — Nabors 41 run (Munoz kick)

CC — Munoz 40 interception return (kick failed)

CC — Munoz 31 FG

CC — Cole Thomas 1 run (Munoz kick)

Particular person Stats

Dashing — Covenant Christian: Nabors 7-136, Flatt 2-47, Ross 3-30, Noah Bryant 7-24, Thomas -36, Bowman 1-1. Parke Heritage: Daman Spurr 10-50, Jerrid Graves 11-31, Hayden Vandivier 1-7, Ryan Mathis 2-5, Carson Rolison 1-5, Josiah Heck 1-(minus-1), Caleb Rector 4-(minus-3), Aedon King 1-(minus-4), Keaton Ramey 1-(minus-7).

Passing — Covenant Christian: Flatt 3-5-0, 89; Ross 1-1-0, 0. Parke Heritage: Rector 3-9-2, 42; John Kramer 0-1-0, 0.

Receiving — Covenant Christian: Tindall 2-60, Ross 1-29, Isaac Wineinger 1-0. Parke Heritage: Cole Bordeaux 1-24, Heck 1-13, Graves 1-5.

Indian Creek 37, Franklin County 36

Indian Creek (7-3) continues to search out itself in seesaw thrillers, surviving a sectional battle with the Wildcats (3-7) in Indian Creek’s third recreation with a mixed 73 or extra factors. Arj Lothe, who usually is the first point-producer along with his left arm, solely threw one landing go, however it was the fourth-quarter clincher to Gerson Coroa. In any other case, IC relied on a three-TD, 123-yard speeding effort by Levi Pappas to beat Brady Morehead’s one-man present that included a 98-yard fumble return, a 62-yard TD go reception and a 3rd TD on the bottom.

Indian Creek 8 13 8 8 37
Franklin County 8 8 14 6 36

IC — Levi Pappas 9 run (Pappas run)

FC — Brady Morehead 98 fumble return (Gillman run)

IC — Pappas 6 run (Nick Jackson kick)

FC — Morehead 5 run (Quinn Gillman run)

IC — Pappas 1 run (kick failed)

FC — Morehead 62 go from Gillman (go failed)

FC — Gillman 1 run (Stephenson run)

IC — Jalen Sauer 1 run (Jaxon Ramey run)

IC — Gerson Coroa 11 go from Arj Lothe (Lance Butler go from Lothe)

FC — Peyton McCreary 10 run (kick failed)

Dashing — Indian Creek: Pappas 18-123, Sauer 10-64, workforce 6-15. Franklin County: Gillman 14-89, McCreary 19-88, Morehead 13-75, Aiden Blair 1-30, Earl Carr 1-7.

Passing — Indian Creek: Lothe 16-33-0, 269. Franklin County: Gillman 9-16-0, 153.

Receiving — Indian Creek: Lance Butler 3-86, Jaxon Ramey 4-80, Coroa 4-68, Pappas 3-31, Brayden Lowhorn 1-4, workforce 1-0. Franklin County: Morehead 4-106, Brian Stephenson 1-19, Kayden Kerr 1-16, Jack Seals 1-11, McCreary 1-(minus-3).

FINAL SCORES:

Bedford North Lawrence 42, Shelbyville 21

Brebeuf 35, Northview 7

Cascade 50, Greencastle 24

Covenant Christian 65, Parke Heritage 0

Danville 40, Tri-West 21

Japanese Hancock 27, Union County 13

Greenfield-Central 34, Pendleton Heights 28

Guerin Catholic 24, Oak Hill 21

Hamilton Heights 51, Maconaquah 18

Heritage Christian 49, Northeastern 45

Indian Creek 37, Franklin County 36

Lapel 49, Winchester 19

Lutheran 42, South Putnam 0

Martinsville 49, Greenwood 0

Monrovia 54, Purdue Poly 14

Mooresville 34, Lebanon 24

New Fort 21, Beech Grove 13

New Palestine 35, Mt. Vernon 24

Park Tudor 36, Clinton Prairie 30

Roncalli 57, Shortridge 0

Scecina 49, Switzerland County 0

Sheridan 62, Union Metropolis 0

Speedway 40, North Montgomery 36

Merchants Level Christian 50, Clinton Central 6

Western Boone 42, Crawfordsville 7



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