LeNeil Himes tipped a pass to himself and then rushed it for a touchdown to make it 7-0 and it was all Rockies from there as Plymouth beat NorthWood 35-14 Friday night at Andrews Field in Nappanee.
The victory allowed the Rockies to finish the regular season undefeated for the 2nd straight week heading into a showdown with Lowell next Friday in the opening round of sectionals.
Lowell is the only team to beat Plymouth since 2007, knocking the Rockies out of last season's playoffs.
The Northern Lakes Conference honored long-time NorthWood coach Rich Dodson before the game for his outstanding service to the school. Dodson retired at the end of last season.
At Dunlap Field, Andy Conrad broke loose for a 63-yard touchdown run on the game's opening drive and Warsaw never looked back, beating Concord 24-0.
After starting the season 6-0, the Minutemen now head into the playoffs with three straight losses.
At Charger Field, Zach Corpe did it all as Memorial romped Northridge 42-14.
Corpe rushed for 146 yards, two touchdowns and also threw a TD for Memorial. He put the Chargers up 14-7 with a touchdown run just before the half.
Northridge, now 5-4, could have cliniched just its 2nd winning season in 30 years with a win.