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THE 2021 INDIANA FOOTBALL DIGEST HONOR ROLL – WEEK NINE

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BY PAUL CONDRY AND MATT KOPSEA

ON THE LOOSE (Top running back performances)

Clarksville’s Robert Lamar tallied nine carries for 307 yards with six touchdowns in the Generals’ 69-8 win over Rock Creek Academy.

Jeffersonville’s Zion Mansfield ran 30 times for 271 yards with four scores in the Red Devils’ 40-14 win over Jennings County.

Evansville North’s T.J. Hankins rambled 35 times for 258 yards with three touchdowns in the Huskies’ 28-6 win over Evansville Central.

Braxton Bosworth of Winchester had 31 carries for 254 yards with four touchdowns in the Golden Falcons’ 44-34 win over Union City.

Camajay Griffin-Terrell of Gary West ran 26 times for 248 yards with four touchdowns in the Cougars’ 40-0 win against Indianapolis Crispus Attucks.

Beech Grove’s Damon Thompkins raced 42 times for 245 yards with three touchdowns in the Hornets’ 28-26 loss to Franklin County.

Union City’s Blayne Daniels scampered 31 times for 245 yards with three touchdowns for the Indians against Winchester.

Tyler Dollar of Lapel had 28 carries for 240 yards with three scores in the Bulldogs’ 42-21 win over Eastern Hancock.

Tony Guevara of South Central (Union Mills) ran 15 times for 222 yards with five touchdowns in the Satellites’ 62-14 win over Hammond Bishop Noll.

Tippecanoe Valley’s Jamasyn Virgil rambled 16 times for 217 yards with four scores in the Vikings’ 56-25 win over Southwood.

Colton Wilkie of Portage scampered 24 times for 212 yards with a touchdown in the Indians’ 35-13 win over LaPorte.

North Decatur’s Reid Messer rambled 32 times for 203 yards with four touchdowns in the Chargers’ 28-25 win over Covenant Christian.

Tyrese Brown of Fort Wayne Snider scampered 31 times for 202 yards with three scores in the Panthers’ 27-15 win over Fort Wayne Bishop Luers.

Franklin Central’s Aataeveon Jordan ran 31 times for 199 yards with three touchdowns in the Flashes’ 42-28 loss to Westfield.

Jed Galvin of North Posey had six carries for 196 yards with three touchdowns in the Vikings’ 52-16 win over Pike Central.

Brownstown Central’s Kierman Tiemeyer scampered 12 times for 195 yards with four scores in the Braves’ 42-28 win over Scottsburg.

Eli Carter of Tipton raced 21 times for 193 yards with three touchdowns in the Blue Devils’ 28-13 win over Lafayette Central Catholic.

Salem’s Porter Howey ran 18 times for 189 yards with a touchdown in the Lions’ 61-0 win over West Washington.

Bridger Bolos of Franklin County had 17 carries for 186 yards for the Wildcats against Beech Grove.

Peyton Emberton of Whiteland accumulated 17 rushes for 185 yards with two touchdowns in the Warriors’ 42-28 win over Greenwood.

Luke Hansen of Indianapolis Roncalli had 30 rushes for 182 yards with three scores in the Royals’ 35-21 win over East Central.

Oak Hill’s Kyle Turnachick rambled 12 times for 180 yards and five touchdowns in the Golden Eagles’ 49-0 win over Blackford.

Alex Deming of Rochester scampered 31 times for 171 yards with three touchdowns in the Zebras’ 44-12 win over Maconaquah.

Northeastern’s Damon Wilson ran 16 times for 170 yards and two scores in the Knights’ 60-27 win over Hagerstown.

Kannon Chase of Springs Valley had 23 carries for 167 yards with four touchdowns in the Blackhawks’ 38-7 win over North Daviess.

North Harrison’s Sawyer Wetzel raced 24 times for 167 yards in the Cougars’ 28-6 win over Providence.

PASSING GRADES (Top quarterback performances)

Michigan City’s Tyler Bush completed 19-of-22 for 381 yards with four touchdowns in the Wolves’ 41-28 win over Crown Point.

Christian Johnson of Parke Heritage went 22-of-27 for 344 yards with four touchdowns in the Wolves’ 54-18 win over Fountain Central.

Mooresville’s Nick Patterson was 18-of-23 for 342 yards with four touchdowns in the Pioneers’ 56-27 win over Perry Meridian.

Fishers’ Lucas Minns went 24-of-34 for 327 yards with three touchdowns in the Tigers’ 49-46 double-overtime win over Zionsville.

Twin Lakes’ Blayze Woods went 25-of-41 for 312 yards with three touchdowns in the Indians’ 42-27 loss to Lewis Cass.

Eli Cooper of New Castle completed 17-of-32 for 296 yards with four touchdowns and ran nine times for 62 yards in the Trojans’ 27-26 loss to Greenfield-Central.

Edinburgh’s Riley Palmeter was 20-of-34 for 279 yards with a touchdown in the Lancers’ 52-10 loss to Park Tudor.

Merrillville’s Angel Nelson went 9-of-14 for 275 yards with three scores in the Pirates’ 40-6 win over Chesterton.

Westfield’s Maximus Webster was 14-of-22 for 271 yards with four touchdowns and ran three times for 57 yards with another score for the Shamrocks against Franklin Central.

Anthony Huber of Hammond Central went 13-of-23 for 261 yards with five scores in the Wolves’ 51-12 win over East Chicago Central.

Martinsville’s Tyler Adkins completed 28-of-42 for 258 yards with three touchdowns in the Artesians’ 28-27 loss to Plainfield.

Garrett Yoon of Lawrenceburg went 11-of-16 for 256 yards with three touchdowns and rushed two times for 38 yards and another score in the Tigers’ 56-7 win over South Dearborn.

Homestead’s Peyton Slaven was 14-of-20 for 251 yards with three touchdowns in the Spartans’ 51-0 win over Fort Wayne South.

Bluffton’s Lukas Hunt completed 12-of-27 for 247 yards with a touchdown and rushed 13 times for 63 yards and three scores in the Tigers’ 33-29 win over Lakeland.

Hunter Dutton of Con cord went 26-of-40 for 238 yards with four scores in the Minutemen’s 26-22 win over Warsaw.

Indianapolis Ben Davis’ J’Uan Swanson finished 14-of-21 for 237 yards with five touchdowns in the Giants’ 52-14 win over Indianapolis (North Central).

Avon’s Mason Reynolds was 26-of-36 for 237 yards with three touchdowns in the Orioles’ 35-21 win over Noblesville.

Richmond’s John Carter went 13-of-22 for 230 yards with two scores in the Red Devils’ 42-22 loss to Harrison (West Lafayette).

Alan Karrfalt of Covington finished 14-of-25 for 219 yards with three touchdowns and ran seven times for 63 yards and another tally in the Trojans’ 52-18 win over Riverton Parke.

South Vermillion’s Anthony Garzolini completed 8-of-12 for 218 yards with three touchdowns in the Wildcats’ 42-0 win over Attica.

Gehrig Slunaker of Mount Vernon (Fortville) was 8-of-10 for 217 yards with three touchdowns in the Marauders’ 63-13 win over Yorktown.

Luke Murphy of Zionsville went 20-of-30 for 214 yards and a score for the Eagles against Fishers.

Hobart’s Noah Ehrlich completed 10-of-14 for 211 yards with two touchdowns in the Brickies’ 40-14 win over Munster.

West Lafayette’s Max Mullis was 12-of-17 for 209 yards with four scores in the Red Devils’ 44-0 win over Western.

Eastside’s Laban Davis went 4-of-10 for 62 yards and ran 20 times for 207 yards and five touchdowns in the Blazers’ 49-14 win over Angola.

Houston Swan of Eastern Hancock finished 14-of-31 for 207 yards with three touchdowns for the Royals against Lapel.

Jackson Ullom of Monroe Central went 10-of-12 for 205 yards and two scores in the Golden Bears’ 49-7 win over Shenandoah.

Fort Wayne Bishop Luers’ Carson Clark was 14-of-31 for 195 yards with two touchdowns for the Knights against Fort Wayne Snider.

NorthWood’s Owen Roeder finished 18-of-30 for 193 yards with three touchdowns and ran eight times for 41 yards in the Panthers’ 42-14 win over Plymouth.

Brady Allen of Gibson Southern went 12-of-16 for 188 yards with two scores in the Titans’ 38-6 win over Boonville.

Southwood’s Morgan Lloyd was 11-of-18 for 188 yards with four touchdowns and ran eight times for 76 yards for the Knights against Tippecanoe Valley.

Crown Point’s J.J. Johnson completed 9-of-16 for 183 yards with two touchdowns, ran 16 times for 69 yards with a score, and caught a 10-yard pass for another tally for the Bulldogs against Michigan City.

Tri-West’s Ty Owens was 15-of-21 for 181 yards with four touchdowns in the Bruins’ 42-13 win over Southmont.

Along with going 1-of-5 for 44 yards, Greencastle’s Kiefer Wilson ran 15 times for 172 yards and four touchdowns in the Tiger Cubs’ 49-13 win over North Putnam.

Carson Terrell of Northeastern was 7-of-13 for 170 yards with three touchdowns against Hagerstown.

In addition to going 1-of-4 for 70 yards with a score, Mishawaka’s Justin Fisher ran 19 times for 164 yards and another touchdown for the Cavemen in their 58-14 win over Northridge.

New Palestine’s Damon Hockett completed 6-of-10 for 107 yards with two scores and ran 14 times for 163 yards and three touchdowns in the Dragons’ 58-7 win over Delta.

Hunter Gennicks of Linton-Stockton went 5-of-11 for 94 yards with a touchdown and ran 13 times for 161 yards and two scores in the Miners’ 48-12 win over South Putnam.

In addition to going 2-of-7 for 57 yards with two touchdowns, Decatur Central’s Javon Tracy ran the ball 11 times for 156 yards with three scores in the Hawks’ 42-7 win over Franklin.

Nolan Buckman of Brebeuf Jesuit went 9-of-12 for 145 yards with five touchdowns and rushed four times for 40 yards and another score in the Braves’ 42-13 win over Terre Haute North.

South Decatur’s Kelby Shook was 6-of-11 for 138 yards with four touchdowns and ran 11 times for 137 yards and three scores in the Cougars’ 54-0 win over Cambridge City Lincoln.

WHAT A CATCH (Top receiving performances)

Merrillville’s Justin Marshall came up with seven receptions for 239 yards and three touchdowns against Chesterton.

Caleb Dewey of Edinburgh hauled in five passes for 163 yards with a touchdown against Park Tudor.

Southwood’s Cole Winer had eight receptions for 156 yards with three touchdowns against Tippecanoe Valley.

Fishers’ Colin McPeek registered nine catches for 150 yards with three scores against Zionsville.

East Central’s Eli Ashton caught six passes for 148 yards with a score for the Trojans against Indianapolis Roncalli.

Jordan Woods of Hammond Central came up with six catches for 148 yards and three touchdowns against East Chicago Central.

Gibson Southern’s Rory Heltsley hauled in seven receptions for 145 yards with two touchdowns against Boonville.

Colin Seymour of Twin Lakes had five catches for 141 yards and two touchdowns against Lewis Cass.

Covington’s Dane Gerling recorded eight catches for 130 yards with three touchdowns against Riverton Parke.

Donell Mason of Ben Davis hauled in eight receptions for 126 yards with three touchdowns against Indianapolis (North Central).

SPECIAL PERFORMERS (Top all-around performances on offense, defense, and special teams)

In addition to returning a kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown and hauling in a 59-yard reception for another score, Lafayette Jeff’s Steven Stephany recorded three blocked punts in the Bronchos’ 52-10 win over Muncie Central.

Devantae Garcia of Plymouth ran back kickoffs of 95 yards and 76 yards for touchdowns for the Rockies against NorthWood.

River Forest’s Saul Montes ran seven times for 155 yards with four touchdowns and returned a kickoff 77 yards for another score in the Ingots’ 63=0 win over Bowman Academy.

Jalen Herron of Sheridan had 16 rushes for 106 yards with two touchdowns and returned a punt 89 yards for another score in the Blackhawks’ 28-26 win over Carroll (Flora).

Merrillville’s Devin Jarrett recorded an 85-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Chesterton.

Aiden Davis of Avon returned a fumble 85 yards for a score against Noblesville.

In addition to running four yards for a scoring and catching a 10-yard touchdown pass, Eli Brideenthal of Mount Vernon (Fortville) also returned an interception 40 yards for a tally against Yorktown.

Along with catching three passes for 42 yards with a touchdown, Covenant Christian’s Gavin Tindall also returned an interception 70 yards for a score for the Warriors against North Decatur.

Crawfordsville’s Gavin Kenny had a 65-yard kickoff return for the Athenians in their 18-8 win over Frankfort.

Clay Metzger of Carroll (Flora) had a five-yard scoring run as well as an 81-yard kickoff return for a touchdown for the Cougars against Sheridan.

Kirk Knecht of Greenfield-Central took an interception back 60 yards for a score for the Cougars against New Castle.

Indianapolis Bishop Chatard’s Tommy Hannon rambled 23 times for 176 yards with three touchdowns, caught a 10-yard pass for another score, and booted five extra-points in the Trojans’ 42-7 win over Bloomington South.