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Cardinal Ritter, Roncalli, Westfield, Carmel and Center Grove will try to bring an IHSAA championship home. The dream of a state championship will come true for six teams Thanksgiving weekend at Lucas Oil Stadium, and five Indianapolis-area programs are in the mix: Friday Class...
After a tough start to the season, Ritter hasn't lost since Sept. 16. With last Friday’s 40-6 Class 2A regional championship victory over Milan, No. 5 Cardinal Ritter clinched its sixth semi-state berth under 11th-year head coach Ty Hunt. None of Hunt’s previous teams got there...
The celebration following the Warriors' win over Chatard started at UIndy and culminated with a parade in downtown Danville. As a senior wideout at Danville in 2007, K.C. Woods and an 11-win squad played Chatard for a regional championship. The 52-6 defeat was one of 12 Warriors...
Westfield had two losses in the regular season - both one-point defeats against solid 6A competition. Just four points from a perfect record this year, Class 5A No. 5 Westfield hopes to play at Lucas Oil Stadium on Thanksgiving weekend for the second time in four seasons. The...
Warren Central won its last state championship in 2013, and hopes to claim its ninth overall Thanksgiving weekend. While most of the state’s football teams closed the regular season close to home, Class 6A No. 1 Warren Central experienced an ending for the ages in Ohio. Down...
Tri-West beat Guerin Catholic 23-15 in the 2014 regional round en route to the Class 3A championship. With a roster full of seniors and juniors who helped Tri-West win a state title two years ago, the Bruins enter the first week of IHSAA sectional play on a roll, with eight...
Roncalli leading rusher Kenny Gillum finds a gap in the defense in the Rebels' 43-25 win over Decatur Central. (Photo by John Smith) With a balanced offensive attack, a defense holding opponents under 12 points per game and opportunistic special teams, Class 4A No 1 Roncalli is...
DuRon Ford leads New Pal with 1,405 rushing yards and 25 touchdowns. What Kyle Ralph has done in four football seasons at New Palestine is amazing. Under Ralph, the Dragons are 48-2 and haven’t lost a regular season game. They’ve won three of the program’s five regional crowns,...