THE 2022 INDIANA FOOTBALL DIGEST’S HONOR ROLL – WEEK SIX

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ON THE LOOSE (Top running back performances)

East Central’s Josh Ringer recorded 31 carries for 338 yards with six touchdowns in the Trojans’ 48-6 win over South Dearborn.

Jontae Lambert of Fort Wayne North ran 26 times for 305 yards with two scores in the Legends’ 50-49 win over Homestead.

South Decatur’s Corbin Johnson had 34 carries for 292 yards with four touchdowns in the Cougars’ 36-19 win against Cloverdale.

Center Grove’s Micah Coyle scampered 30 times for 286 yards with four touchdowns in the Trojans’ 63-41 win over Lawrence Central.

North Knox’s Caleb Bottom had 18 rushes for 282 yards with three scores in the Warriors’ 35-14 win over Pike Central.

Luke Hansen of Indianapolis Roncalli rambled 43 times for 266 yards with four scores in the Royals’ 31-14 win over Brebeuf Jesuit.

Culver Community’s Shane Shuman had 44 carries for 253 yards with three touchdowns in the Cavaliers’ 26-20 win over Winamac.

Madison-Grant’s Tanner Brooks scampered eight times for 244 yards with four scores in the Argylls’ 69-6 win over Elwood.

Northview’s Tyler Lee had 28 rushes for 243 yards with three touchdowns in the Knights’ 48-37 loss to Terre Haute South.

Aalias Leonard of Elkhart ran 26 times for 241 yards with two touchdowns in the Lions’ 43-7 win over South Bend Saint Joseph.

Robert Lamar of Clarksville rambled 35 times for 219 yards with three touchdowns in the Generals’ 51-30 loss to Perry Central.

North Miami’s Austin Brooks had 23 carries for 215 yards with three touchdowns in the Warriors’ 28-26 loss to Maconaquah.

Riley Johnson of Milan raced 35 times for 215 yards with five touchdowns in the Indians’ 36-35 overtime win over Eastern Hancock.

Terre Haute South’s Joshua Cottee ran 28 times for 212 yards with two touchdowns for the Braves against Northview.

Cascade’s Liam Farmer scampered 27 times for 206 yards with two scores in the Cadets’ 41-20 win over North Putnam.

Luke Switzer of South Putnam ran 16 times for 206 yards with four touchdowns in the Eagles’ 40-8 win over West Vigo.

Andrean’s Drayk Bowen had 23 carries for 203 yards with three touchdowns in the 59ers’ 24-17 win over Hobart.

Jonas Burnett of Evansville Reitz raced 20 times for 202 yards with a touchdown in the Panthers’ 41-10 win over Castle.

Northview’s Kyle Cottee scampered 29 times for 202 yards with two scores against Terre Haute South.

Sawyer Holden of North Harrison ran 21 times for 202 yards with two touchdowns in the Cougars’ 50-12 win over Eastern (Pekin).

DeKalb’s Kaiden Hinkle rambled 24 times for 200 yards with two scores in the Barons’ 56-48 win over Huntington North.

Southmont’s Carson Chadd tallied 14 carries for 195 yards with a score in the Mounties’ 28-14 win over Danville.

Cody Tryon of North Vermillion ran 12 times for 195 yards with four touchdowns in the Falcons’ 60-12 win over Attica.

Hamilton Heights’ Trey Ehman had 15 rushes for 194 yards with four touchdowns in the Huskies’ 43-0 win over Twin Lakes.

Kyle Turanchick of Oak Hill tallied 21 carries for 192 yards with four scores in the Golden Eagles’ 40-0 blanking of Frankton.

Tri’s Parker Burk had 13 rushes for 190 yards with two touchdowns in the Titans’ 38-0 win over Winchester.

Brayden Gillard of Franklin Central ran 26 times for 190 yards and three touchdowns in the Flashes’ 21-7 win over Noblesville.

Fountain Central’s Owen Acton raced 33 times for 189 yards with three scores in the Mustangs’ 28-27 loss to Seeger.

Terre Haute North’s Damon Sturn had 31 carries for 186 yards in the Patriots’ 41-35 loss to Columbus North.

Lafayette Jeff’s Glenn Patterson accumulated 183 yards on the ground with two scores in the Bronchos’ 34-28 loss to Harrison (West Lafayette).

Anthony Schuh of Triton came up with 24 carries for 175 yards with two touchdowns in the Trojans’ 35-12 win over Pioneer.

Martinsville’s Brayden Shrake carried the ball 32 times for 175 yards with two touchdowns in the Artesians’ 35-21 win over Whiteland.

Adams Central’s Ryan Tester ran eight times for 174 yards with a score in the Flying Jets’ 49-20 win over South Adams.

Colin Caldwell of Northwestern rambled 34 times for 172 yards with two touchdowns in the Tigers’ 47-21 loss to Tipton.

Eastbrook’s Devin Stupples had five rushes for 169 yards with four touchdowns in the Panthers’ 50-6 win over Blackford.

Nathan Archer of Carroll (Fort Wayne) scampered 10 times for 168 yards with three touchdowns in the Chargers’ 58-6 win against Fort Wayne South.

Reece Wilder of Boonville had 21 rushes for 164 yards with two touchdowns in the Pioneers’ 32-20 win over Mount Vernon (Posey).

Parke Heritage’s Ty Hartman raced 10 times for 162 yards with four touchdowns in the Wolves’ 33-30 loss to Covington.

Eli Carter of Tipton ran 22 times for 161 yards with five touchdowns for the Blue Devils against Northwestern.

Indianapolis Cathedral’s Carson Johnson tallied 12 carries for 155 yards with two scores for the Irish in their 56-0 blanking of Hammond Morton.

Justice Goren of Columbia City ran 21 times for 154 yards with two touchdowns in the Eagles’ 49-7 win over New Haven.

PASSING GRADES (Top quarterback performances)

DeKalb’s Teagan Irk went 33-of-45 for 390 yards with five touchdowns and ran for a sixth tally against Huntington North.

Bo Polston of Decatur Central was 18-of-26 for 383 yards with three scores in the Hawks’ 34-32 overtime loss to Plainfield.

Rowan Durbin of Western Boone was 10-of-13 for 364 yards with five touchdowns in the Stars’ 56-6 win over Frankfort.

Columbus North’s Zac Horn completed 24-of-34 for 358 yards with four touchdowns for the Bulldogs against Terre Haute North.

Homestead’s Peyton Slaven went 14-of-24 for 351 yards with five scores for the Spartans against Fort Wayne North.

Eli Mattox of Fort Wayne Concordia was 24-of-43 for 355 yards with two touchdowns in the Cadets’ 41-12 loss to Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger.

Brody Morgan completed 33-of-48 for 325 yards with three touchdowns for the Braves against North Miami.

Triton Central’s Jace Stuckey went 10-of-11 for 315 yards with three scores and ran for a fourth touchdown in the Tigers’ 58-15 win over Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter.

Carson Parmer of North Decatur was 13-of-18 for 307 yards with three touchdowns in the Chargers’ 55-14 win over Rushville.

Lawrence Central’s Bryson Luter finished 10-of-18 for 302 yards with three touchdowns and rushed for 78 yards for the Bears against Center Grove.

Malcolm Houze of Guerin Catholic was 19-of-37 for 281 yards with three touchdowns in the Golden Eagles’ 31-30 loss to Indianapolis Bishop Chatard.

South Newton’s Evyn Krug completed 13-of-27 for 287 yards with two touchdowns and ran 13 times for 31 yards and another score in the Rebels’ 56-26 loss to West Central.

Hamilton Southeastern’s Ty Bradle went 13-of-19 for 278 yards with two scores in the Royals’ 31-13 win over Zionsville.

Carson Terrell of Northeastern was 18-of-26 for 265 yards with three touchdowns and ran 11 times for 62 yards and another tally in the Knights’ 39-12 win over Centerville.

Park Tudor’s Roderick Wheeler completed 13-of-19 for 265 yards with four touchdowns in the Panthers’ 62-0 win over North Central (Farmersburg).

Owen Roeder of NorthWood was 14-of-24 for 264 yards with five scores in the Panthers’ 48-0 win over Plymouth.

Arj Lothe of Indian Creek went 14-of-20 for 263 yards with six touchdowns in the Braves’ 48-20 win over Edgewood.

Covington’s Wyatt Moncrief was 20-of-30 for 263 yards with four touchdowns for the Trojans against Parke Heritage.

Thomas Gotkowski of Indianapolis Ben Davis completed 21-of-37 for 262 yards with three touchdowns in the Giants’ 34-28 win over Lawrence North.

Brayden Holbrook of Lakeland was 9-of-15 for 258 yards with four touchdowns in the Lakers’ 49-20 win over Central Noble.

Terre Haute South’s Brady Wilson went 19-of-26 for 257 yards with two scores against Northview.

Lapel’s Devin Craig completed 19-of-25 for 256 yards with two touchdowns in the Bulldogs’ 32-27 win over Heritage.

Trenton French of Muncie Central was 6-of-8 for 255 yards with four scores in the Bearcats’ 57-7 win over Richmond.

Eli Edwards of Eastern (Greentown) went 14-of-17 for 252 yards with five scores in the Comets’ 52-8 win over Clinton Central.

Fort Wayne North’s Bohde Dickerson finished 21-of-26 for 245 yards with four touchdowns against Homestead.

Northridge’s Qade Cunningham was 12-of-18 for 241 yards with four touchdowns in the Raiders’ 42-17 win over Wawasee.

Lafayette Jeff’s Bobby Metzger completed 9-of-16 for 235 yards with four touchdowns in the Knights’ 42-7 win over Rensselaer Central.

T.J. Owens of Tri-West went 21-of-31 for 235 yards with two scores in the Bruins’ 21-14 loss to Lebanon.

Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger’s Braxton Bemes finished 11-of-14 for 234 yards with five touchdowns for the Saints against Fort Wayne Concordia.

Bryson Carpenter of Terre Haute North was 14-of-31 for 231 yards with two scores against Columbus North.

Central Noble’s Brody Morgan went 14-of-23 for 231 yards with two touchdowns for the Cougars against Lakeland.

Gibson Southern’s Tanner Boyd completed 18-of-21 for 227 yards with two touchdowns in the Titans’ 32-14 win over Heritage Hills.

Jake Tinkle of Centerville went 15-of-31 for 226 yards with a score for the Bulldogs against Northeastern.

Heritage Christian’s Kyle Antoine was 17-of-23 for 225 yards with two touchdowns and ran for a third tally in the Eagles’ 34-28 win over Covenant Christian.

Bloomington North’s Dash King went 20-of-29 for 221 yards with a score in the Cougars’ 49-7 win over New Albany.

Fort Wayne Bishop Luers’ Charlie Stanski was 10-of-17 for 221 yards with two touchdowns in the Knights’ 35-10 win over Fort Wayne Northrop.

Christian Kramer of North Putnam completed 14-of-25 for 219 yards with two touchdowns against Cascade.

South Adams’ Owen Wanner was 23-of-37 for 218 yards with three touchdowns for the Starfires against Adams Central.

Evansville Memorial’s Matthew Fisher went 18-of-24 for 217 yards with three scores in the Tigers’ 54-14 win over Evansville Bosse.

Zionsville’s Christian Abney was 13-of-25 for 217 yards with two touchdowns for the Eagles against Hamilton Southeastern.

Woodlan’s Jacob Snyder went 12-of-17 for 215 yards with two touchdowns and ran seven times for 72 yards and two scores for the Warriors in their 40-33 win over Jay County.

Tyler Adkins of Martinsville completed 19-of-24 for 214 yards with three touchdowns against Whiteland.

Jackson Willis of Indianapolis Lutheran went 14-of-26 for 209 yards with two touchdowns in the Saints’ 28-19 win over Indianapolis Scecina.

Adam Kunkel of South Dearborn was 19-of-48 for 209 yards with a score for the Knights against East Central.

Indianapolis Bishop Chatard’s Drew VanVleet went 21-of-29 for 207 yards with two touchdowns for the Trojans against Guerin Catholic.

New Palestine’s Danny Tippit IV was 17-of-25 for 205 yards and tied a school-best with five touchdowns in the Dragons’ 42-7 win over Greenfield-Central.

Tyler Cherry of Center Grove went 10-of-12 for 205 yards with three scores and ran for a fourth touchdown against Lawrence Central.

Merrillville Jaylen Thomas completed 14-of-21 for 201 yards with a touchdown and ran for another score in the Pirates’ 41-3 win over LaPorte.

Plainfield’s Hunter Newell was 11-of-17 for 199 yards with a touchdown for the Quakers against Decatur Central.

Skyler Thacker of Beech Grove went 6-of-19 for 195 yards with three scores in the Hornets’ 44-32 win over Monrovia.

Hanover Central’s Matt Koontz completed 12-of-19 for 194 yards with three touchdowns and rushed seven times for 83 yards and two scores in the Wildcats’ 55-7 win over Boone Grove.

Nick Patterson of Mooresville went 24-of-38 for 189 yards with two touchdowns and ran 24 times for 138 yards with another score in the Pioneers’ 28-21 loss to Franklin.

Anderson’s Daris Miles was 8-of-23 for 189 yards with three touchdowns and rushed 14 times for 100 yards in the Indians’ 27-26 win over Indianapolis Tech.

Mason Fields of Knightstown went 12-of-17 for 189 yards with two scores and ran 17 times for 148 yards with two touchdowns in the Panthers’ 40-18 win over Cambridge City Lincoln.

Indianapolis Scecina’s David Mendez was 15-of-24 for 184 yards with three touchdowns for the Crusaders against Indianapolis Lutheran.

J.J. Johnson of Crown Point tossed for 169 yards and ran for 87 yards and four touchdowns in the Bulldogs’ 34-13 win over Valparaiso.

Perry Central’s Chase Hubert went 4-of-5 for 163 yards with four touchdowns for the Commodores against Clarksville.

Brody Lester of Owen Valley completed 10-of-19 for 161 yards with a touchdown and ran 15 times for 100 yards in the Patriots’ 40-32 win over Sullivan.

Rowdy Adams of Sullivan went 10-of-24 for 152 yards with two touchdowns and also ran for two scores for the Golden Arrows against Owen Valley.

Eastside’s Carsen Jacobs was 10-of-19 for 151 yards with three scores and rushed 12 times for 185 yards with three touchdowns in the Blazers’ 54-12 win over Prairie Heights.

In addition to going 9-of-23 for 128 yards, Kobe Meyer of Heritage ran 23 times for 138 yards with a touchdown for the Patriots against Lapel.

Southwood’ Cole Winer went 7-of-15 for 126 yards with three touchdowns and rushed 15 times for 134 yards with two scores in the Knights’ 55-22 win over Manchester.

Ben Henderson of Harrison (West Lafayette) was 9-of-11 for 124 yards and ran 24 times for 130 yards with four touchdowns for the Raiders against Lafayette Jeff.

Lake Station’s Peyton McIntosh went 8-of-16 for 109 yards and ran 25 times for 193 yards with two scores in the Fighting Eagles’ 30-20 win over South Central (Union Mills).

Lowell’s Riley Bank was 4-of-7 for 105 yards and rushed 28 times for 269 yards with three touchdowns in the Red Devils’ 38-29 win over Kankakee Valley.

Monroe Central’s Luke Jones went 6-of-10 for 74 yards and rushed 20 times for 170 yards with three touchdowns in the Golden Bears’ 31-14 win over Wes-Del.

Western’s Mitchell Knepley was 3-of-7 for 59 yards and ran 23 times for 173 yards and three touchdowns in the Panthers’ 28-6 win over Lewis Cass.

Along with throwing for 58 yards, Roland Vera Jr. of Evansville Reitz also ran for 169 yards and three scores against Castle.

WHAT A CATCH (Top receiving performances)

Ahmaad Duff of Lawrence Central came up with eight catches for 289 yards with two touchdowns against Center Grove.

Fort Wayne Concordia’s Ajani Washington hauled in 12 receptions for 262 yards with two touchdowns against Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger.

Triton Central’s Brad Schultz caught seven passes for 238 yards with three scores against Cardinal Ritter.

Western Boone’s Ethan Bayless recorded four receptions for 193 yards with three touchdowns against Frankfort.

Carter Minix of Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger had six catches for 182 yards with four touchdowns against Fort Wayne Concordia.

Maconaquah’s Fuddy Kike hauled in 14 passes for 179 yards with a score against North Miami.

Christian Dora of Heritage Christian tallied nine receptions for 167 yards with two touchdowns against Covenant Christian.

Charlie Perine of Park Tudor recorded four catches for 163 yards with three scores against North Central (Farmersburg).

Perry Central’s Caleb Hubert caught four passes for 163 yards with four touchdowns against Clarksville.

Josiah Ullom of Muncie Central came up with two receptions for 161 yards with a touchdown against Richmond.

DeKalb’s Derek Overbay had 13 catches for 157 yards with three scores against Huntington North.

Evan Dienhart of Lafayette Central Catholic caught seven passes for 152 yards with three touchdowns against Rensselaer Central.

Decatur Central’s Tequan Taylor had seven receptions for 150 yards against Plainfield.

Northeastern’s Noah Ammerman caught six passes for 137 yards with a touchdown against Centerville.

Owen Troyer of Lakeland registered four catches for 136 yards with three touchdowns against Central Noble.

Kaiden Muckerheide of North Decatur hauled in three receptions for 135 yards with a touchdown against Rushvile.

Center Grove’s Noah Coy caught four passes for 135 yards with two scores against Lawrence Central.

Hamilton Southeastern’s Donovan Hamilton registered four catches for 133 yards and two scores against Zionsville.

Indianapolis Ben Davis’s Marques Reese hauled in seven passes for 132 yards with two scores against Lawrence North.

Will Tremion of Guerin Catholic had seven catches for 129 yards against Bishop Chatard.

Lafayette Central Catholic’s Owen Munn registered four receptions for 128 yards with two touchdowns against Rensselaer Central.

Lapel’s Nick Witte racked up eight catches for 127 yards with a score against Heritage.

Collin Heynis of Northridge had five receptions for 125 yards with three touchdowns against Wawasee.

Zionsville’s Wrigley Bumgardner recorded five catches for 124 yards against Hamilton Southeastern.

Deshaun Lowe of Terre Haute South hauled in 10 passes for 124 yards with a score against Northview.

Guerin Catholic’s Tyler Cherry came up with seven receptions for 120 yards with two touchdowns and ran for another score against Bishop Chatard.

Brett Fuchs of Homestead caught five passes for 116 yards with a touchdown against Fort Wayne North.

Jaxon Warfield of Anderson had three catches for 113 yards with three scores against Indianapolis Tech.

Beech Grove’s Mactaus Smith hauled in three passes for 112 yards with three touchdowns against Monrovia.

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

Carter Taylor of Heritage Christian recovered a fumble in the end zone for the game-winning touchdown against Covenant Christian.

Lebanon’s Levi Pollard returned a fumble 79 yards for a touchdown for the Tigers against Tri-West.

Reece Bellin of Carmel came up with an 81-yard kickoff return for a score in the Greyhounds’ 50-19 win over North Central (Indianapolis).

In addition to catching a 68-yard touchdown pass, Kankakee Valley’s Lane Zander also returned a kickoff 99 yards for a score for the Kougars against Lowell.

Cole Williams of Brebeuf Jesuit racked up 17 tackles for the Braves against Roncalli.

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