HOT OFF THE PRESS
Gary Roosevelt and Indianapolis Howe are no longer in operation with the closing of the school following the 2019-20 campaign.
Southern Wells, Trinity Lutheran, and Wood Memorial will not field a varsity team in 2020 because of a lack of participants.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has forced Hammond, Hammond Clark, Hammond Gavit, Hammond Morton, and Whiting to suspend operations for the 2020 campaign.
HERE ARE A LIST OF CONTESTS WHICH HAVE BEEN CANCELED FOR WEEK ONE
August 21: Anderson Prep Academy at Fromtier, Bellmont at Adams Central, Bethlehem (Kentucky) at Providence, Bowman Academy at Calumet, Bremen at LaVille, Decatur Centrail at New Palestine, Delta at Muncie Central, Elkhart at Concord, Fairfield at Goshen, Fremont at Southern Wells, Greenfield-Central at Plainfield, Hammond at South Bend Washington (TCU School Field), Hammond Gavit at Hammond Bishop Noll, Hammond Morton at Portage, Hanover Central at East Chicago Central, Highland at Griffith, Indianapolis Tech at Indianapolis Washington, Jeffersonville at Louisville Fern Creek (Kentucky), Louisville Male (Kentucky) at Floyd Central, Louisville Trinity (Kentucky) at Carmel, Monroe Central at Hamilton Heights, Muncie Central at Hamilton Heights, New Castle at Franklin County, Noblesville Home School at Traders Point Christian, North Central (Farmersburg) at West Vigo, NorthWood at Jimtown, Parke Heritage at Seeger, Riverton Parke at Attica, South Bend Adams at Northridge, South Bend Saint Joseph at Heritage Christian, Southside Home School at Indianapolis Shortridge, Southmont at Fountain Central, Southwood at Maconquah, Speedway at Indianapolis Crispus Attucks, Switzerland County at Crawford County, Tipton at Madison-Grant, Tri-West at Lafayette Central Catholic, Wabash at Rochester, Warren Central at Center Grove
August 22: Knox at Winamac, Whiting at Hammond Clark
RESCHEDULED GAMES FOR WEEK ONE.
August 21: Adams Cental at Fremont, Attica at Frontier, Carmel at Plainfield, Decatur Central at Center Grove (switched from week two), Hamilton Heights at Lapel, Hanover Central at Portage, Jeffersonville at Floyd Central, Purdue Polytechnic at West Vigo, South Bend Adams at South Bend Washington (TCU School Field), Southwood at Knox, Tri-West at Speedway, Wabash at Monroe Central.
August 22: Noblesville HomeSchool at Switzerland County, South Bend Saint Joseph at Bremen
LONGEST WINNING STREAKS
New Palestine has earned 28 consecutive victories
Western Boone has claimed 13 straight wins.
Lafayette Central Catholic and Indianapolis Bishop Chatard have won 11 consecutive games.
Carmel has captured seven wins in a row.
Evansville Memorial has won seven consecutive games,
LONGEST CURRENT LOSING STREAKS
Hammond Bishop Noll has a 37-game losing streak.
South Newton has a 32-game losing skid.
Caston is in the midst of a 29-game losing streak.
Connersville has a 24-game losing streak.
Frankfort and Elwood have dropped 21 games in a row.
Evansville Harrison, Pike Central, and Washington have lost 16 games in a row.
Shelbyville and Muncie Central have dropped 15 straight contests.
Perry Meridian, Fountain Central, and Whitko have a 13-game losing streak.
South Bend Adams has lost 12 in a row.
Northwestern, Bellmont, Monrovia, and Fort Wayne Wayne all have an 11-game losing streak.
Munster has lost 10 straight games.
Anderson Prep Academy, Indianapolis Shortridge, and Taylor have a nine-game losing skid.
Goshen has an eight-game losing streak.
Portage, South Bend Clay, Triton, and Terre Haute North, have lost seven games in a row.
CONSECUTIVE REGULAR SEASON WINS
New Palestine 63, Southwood 23, Heritage Hills 20, Lafayette Jeff 17, Valparaiso 16, East Noble 16, East Central 15, Homestead 13, Boone Grove 12, Brownstown Central 12, South Adams 11, West Noble 11, Indianapolis Lutheran 11, Eastern (Greentown) 10.
CONSECUTIVE REGULAR SEASON LOSSES
South Newton 28, Caston 26, Bellmont 22, Connersville 21, Elwood 18, Frankfort 18, Evansville Harrison 14, Pike Central 14, Washington 14, Shelbyville 13, Muncie Central 13, Perry Meridian 12, Monrovia 12, Whitko 11, Fountain Central 11, Eastern (Pekin) 10, South Bend Adams 10.
LONGEST CURRENT CONFERENCE WINNING STREAKS
Columbus East has run off 90 consecutive Hoosier Hills Conference victories.
New Palestine has won 47 Hoosier Heritage Conference contests.
East Central has won 39 straight Eastern Indiana Conference games.
Pioneer has come out on top in 37 straight Hoosier North Conference games.
Lafayette Jeff has won 25 straight North Central Conference games.
Southwood has claimed 21 consecutive Three Rivers Conference wins/
Brownstown Central has a 20-game Mid-Southern Conference winning streak.
East Noble has claimed 18 straight Northeast 8 Conference games.
Valparaiso has a 17-game Duneland Athletic Conference winning streak.
Heritage Hills has won 16 straight Pocket Conference games.
North Vermillion has earned 15 consecutive Wabash River Conference games.
Western Boone has 13 straight Sagamore Conference wins.
Homestead has won 13 straight Summit Athletic Conference games.
Decatur Central has 12 straight Mid-State Conference wins.
LONGEST CURRENT CONFERENCE LOSING STREAKS
Benton Central has lost 35 consecutive Hoosier Conference games.
South Bend Clay has suffered 27 straight Northern Indiana Conference losses.
Caston has lost 25 straight Hoosier North Conference games.
Crawford County has lost 23 straight Patoka Lake Conference contests.
Goshen has lost 20 consecutive Northern Lakes Conference games.
Bellmont has lost 18 straight Northeast 8 Conference games.
Edinburgh has dropped 15 Mid-Indiana Conference games in a row.
Elwood has a 14-game Central Indiana Conference losing streak.
Frankfort has lost 14 consecutive Sagamore Conference games.
Evansville Harrison has a 12-game Southern Indiana Conference losing streak.
Pike Central has lost 12 straight Pocket Conference games.
Muncie Central has dropped 11 straight North Central games.
Shelbyville has a 11-game Hoosier Heritage Conference losing streak.
Whitko has lost 10 Three Rivers Conference games in a row.
Perry Meridian has a 10-game Mid-State Conference losing skid.
Fountain Central has lost nine consecutive Wabash River Conference contests.
NEW FACES IN NEW PLACES
School Previous Coach New Coach
Anderson Prep Academy Michael Torgerson Tony Bowman
Attica Ryan Good Theron Schmid
Benton Central Mike Hammons Tyler Marsh
Bloomington South Mo Moriarity Gabe Johnson
Brebeuf Jesuit Mic Roessler Matt Geske
Carroll (Flora) Kevin Sayler Kyle McGhee
Cascade Steve Spinks Connor Simmons
Caston Tony Slocum Will Porter
Central Noble Trevor Tipton Hayden Kilgore
Clinton Central Justin Gardiner George Gilbert
Cloverdale Dave Zorman Tom Winders
Connersville Adam Kelly Justin Jackson
Covenant Christian Tony Bowman Dan Gietl
Covington Travis Brown Tyler Campbell
Crawford County Jeremy Reynolds Tony Bell
Danville K.C. Woods Jayme Comer
DeKalb Pete Kempf Seth Wilcox
Delphi Josh Strasser Jacob Mroczkiewicz
Elkhart None Josh Shattuck
Elwood Ron Brown Terry Riggs
Evansville Bosse Eric Schnur DaMarcus Ganaway
Evansville Harrison Lane Oxley Mo Sutton
Evansville Reitz Andy Hape Cory Brunson
Fishers Rick Wimmer Curt Funk
Fort Wayne Wayne Derrick Moore Sherwood Haydock
Gary Roosevelt Craig Buckingham School closing
Gary West Collin McCullough Eric Schreiber Jr.
Griffith Adam Musielak Robert Robinson
Hamilton Southeastern Adam Morris Michael Kelly
Hammond Roosevelt Moore Rob Gardner
Hammond Clark Nick Testa Nathan Miller
Hammond Morton Sean Kinsey Mac Mishler
Heritage Nico Tigulis Casey Kolkman
Indianapolis Crispus Attucks Abe Tawfeek Ramon Stallings
Indianapolis Howe Tracey Pendelton School closing
Indianapolis Manual Robert Orkman John Prater
Indianapolis Roncalli Scott Marsh John Rodenberg
Indianapolis Tech Will Patterson Craig Chambers
Indianapolis Tindley Jimmie Mays Melvin Graham
Indian Creek Brett Cooper Steve Spinks
Jimtown Mike Campbell Cory Stoner
Knox John Hendryx Russ Radtke
Kokomo Richard Benberry Austin Colby
Lakeland Keith Thompson Ryan O’Shea
Lawrence Central John Rodenberg Will Patterson
Lewis Cass Jeff Phillips Clayton Mannering
Maconaquah Austin Colby Brad Purcell
Manchester Greg Miller Alyx Brandewie
Marion Craig Chambers James Bell
Martinsville Carter Whitson Brian Dugger
Mississinewa Curt Funk Kyle Buresh
Monrovia Nathan Aker Andy Olson
Mount Vernon (Posey) Cory Brunson Luke Messmer
New Prairie Russ Radtke Casey McKim
Noblesville Justin Roden David Sharpe
North Putnam Sam Carnes Ryan Burress
Paoli Brian Glesing Neil Dittmer
Perry Meridian Matt Henninger Brett Cooper
Portage Darren Rodriguez Terry Chestovich
Providence Larry Denison Daniel McDonald
Salem R.J. Hartsfield Blair Thompson
Seymour Michael Kelly Tyson Moore
South Bend Clay Garrett Fields Darius Mitchell
South Bend Riley Jarvis Edison Justin Kinzie
South Spencer John Edge Jeff Daming
Taylor George Gilbert Josh Ousley
Tecumseh Jeff Daming Bret Szabo
Tell City Aaron Clements Mac Webb
Traders Point Christian Adam Stevenson Sam Carnes
Tri-West Tyler Bruce Jason Ward
Twin Lakes Scott Mannering Kevin Sayler
Washington Jake Durnal Joe Morris
West Washington Philip Bowsman Keith Nance
Winamac Craig Barr John Hendryx
Woodlan Sherwood Haydock Mike Smith
WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES
Larry “Bud” Wright (Sheridan) 424, Russ Radtke (Knox) 367, Mike Gillin (Mooresville) 329, Bob Gaddis (Columbus East) 322, John Hart (Brownsburg) 299, Jeff Adamson (Eastbrook) 280, Reed May (Brownstown Central) 268, Eric Moore (Center Grove) 244, Mark Bless (Avon) 233, Kevin O’Shea (Indianapolis North Central) 232, Mike Johnson (Logansport) 227, Mike Goebel (Evansville Mater Dei) 227, George Gilbert (Clinton Central) 223, Bart Curtis (Warsaw) 217, John Hendryx (Winamac) 217, Brian Moore (Parke Heritage) 205, Ott Hurrle (Indianapolis Scecina) 201.
CLOSING IN ON 200 WINS: Sherwood Haydock (Fort Wayne Wayne) 195, Tim Able (Triton Central) 187, Cory Yeoman (Penn) 180.
CLOSING IN ON 100 WINS: Jason Hawkins (Charlestown) 99, Ron Qualls (Anderson) 99, Luke Amstutz (East Noble) 96, Nate Andrews (NorthWood) 93, Monte Mawhorter (West Noble) 93, Michael Mosser (Adams Central) 92, Chris Coll (Franklin) 90, Jake Gilbert (Westfield) 90