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In 2015, Franklin Central football coach Grant Lewis lost his first six games after taking the job. Two years later, he’s put together the best start since 2007, the program’s last winning season. At 6-1 overall, 5-0 in Conference Indiana, the Class 6A No. 12 Flashes look and...
Players of the Week Sampson James, Avon : The junior running back had 32 carries for 214 yards and scoring runs of 30 and 2 yards in the Orioles’ 24-6 road win at Westfield. James should crack the 1,000-yard barrier this week against Zionsville. Through seven games, he has 943...
With each passing week, the Class 6A No. 1 Ben Davis Giants look more and more like a team that could go down as one of the best ever in Indiana. Any comparison starts with the 1991 Giants who won the 5A title and were named AP national champions, believed by many to be tops all...
Players of the Week Donny Marcus, Brownsburg : The sophomore notched his fourth straight 100-yard game in the Bulldogs’ 41-7 triumph over Westfield. Marcus ran for 177 yards on 17 carries, including a 95-yard TD in the second half. Over the past two weeks, he’s averaging 9.8...
Class 3A No. 6 Guerin Catholic has excelled in all phases during the first 5-0 start in program history, but coach Tom Dilley knows it's been a fairly easy ride compared to what the team will see Friday night with No. 7 Chatard. “We know we’ve played some teams with some...
Players of the Week Reginald Lipscomb, Pike : With 131 yards and three touchdowns on just 12 carries – including a 57-yard score – Lipscomb was one of many Red Devils who stepped up in the team’s 46-28 victory over Class 6A No. 2 and unbeaten Lawrence Central. It was a big win...
With a 4-0 start overall, 3-0 in the Indiana Crossroads Conference, Class 2A No. 3 Scecina’s success begins in the trenches with the offensive line of Jaden Mercer, Pat Lyons, Jimmy Clinger, Max Denney, Chris Gray and Leonard Love. “Our offensive line has done a nice job. That’s...
Players of the Week Donyell Meredith, Lawrence Central: The Bears’ QB went 22-for-31 for 281 yards and four touchdowns as Class 6A No. 3 LC knocked off No. 2 Warren Central 35-26. Meredith was at his best in the second half, as the Bears scored the final 14 points. He has 14 TD...
Players of the Week Carson Steele, Center Grove : If starting as a freshman for one of the state’s premier programs wasn’t impressive enough, Steele exploded onto the scene with 21 carries for 238 yards and three touchdowns, as the Trojans trounced MIC rival Carmel 31-10. Steele...