Friday Night Football: Week 4

The Jimtown Jimmies are the state's top ranked team in 2A for a reason.

The Jimmies improved to 4-0 with a 36-7 win over Knox.

Running back Ryan Konrath devastated the Redskin defense with a pair of long touchdown runs.
At Rice Field, Chris Roberson connected with Quinzale Waley with 1:06 left in the game to give Elkhart Central a 30-23 win over St. Joe.

The Indians entered the game ranked 2nd in the state in 3A. Its their first loss of the season.

With St. Joe up 16-14, Blazer Robinson McKenzie busted one for 35 yards to give Central a 22-16 win after a successful 2-point conversion.

St. Joe would regain the lead 23-22 with less than 4 minutes left on a Dustin White 2-yard touchdown run.

After Waley's touchdown and another successful conversion, St .Joe marched downfield and almost tied it.

Quarterback Joe Hecklinski threw a pass up in the end zone that was tipped around and finally dropped with two seconds left.

A desperation final play as the horn sounded was intercepted as Central pulled out the win.
At Penn, 5A's top-ranked team rolled over Indy Broad Ripple 53-0.

The Kingsmen are now 4-0 on the season. They led 39-0 at the half.
S.B. Adams won its second game of the season over winless Washington 35-13.

It was the first time since 2003, the Eagles have scored 35 points in the game and just the 4th time since 1993.
New Prairie handed Culver its first loss of the season with a 39-0 win.

The Cougars are now 3-1 and 2-0 in the Northern State Conference.
In Michigan, Lakeshore came from behind for the second week in a row to improve to 3-0.

The Lancers defeated Battle Creek Lakeview 11-8.
In other Michigan action, St. Joe rolled over Portage Northern 41-3.

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