Every Wednesday AllHoosiers.com’s Ben Faunce has a weekly feature looking back at how IU’s football commits in the class of 2015 fared the week before.
Multiple Indiana commitments put up big games this past weekend.
Nick Westbrook caught a short hitch pass on the first play of overtime and spun away from the defender to take it for a touchdown, earning Lake Mary a 29-28 victory. Westbrook had 12 receptions for 109 yards in addition to the touchdown. Westbrook broke the school career record for receptions in Friday’s game, as he now has 103 career catches.
Leon Thornton led Montini to a comeback victory over East St. Louis, 46-32. Thornton caught 13 passes for 183 yards and three touchdowns, all of which were for 25 yards or more.
Tommy Stevens led Decatur Central past Whiteland, 41-21. Stevens threw for 193 yards on 14-of-23 passing and two touchdowns, while also tacking on 43 rushing yards. Stevens also got the start at free safety in a secondary that didn’t allow a single Whiteland completion.
Austin Dorris put up big numbers on the ground, gaining 156 yards and two touchdowns on only 14 carries in Shadyside’s shutout of Monroe Central, 21-0. Dorris also threw for 49 yards on 5-of-9 passing.
Titus Booker had a huge game offensively, as he rushed for 106 yards on 19 carries, adding two rushing touchdowns to lead Grayslake North to a 42-31 victory over Hampshire.
Omari Stringer collected the only Crete-Monee touchdown Friday when he recovered a fumble for a touchdown in a 14-7 loss to Evanston Township.
Hunter Littlejohn anchored an offensive line that helped Olentangy Liberty put up 34 points and total 278 yards offense, but it wasn’t enough as the team fell to crosstown rival Olentagny in overtime, 35-34.
Simon Stepaniak and the rest of the Fremont Ross offensive line were relentless on Friday, as they led a 459-yard offensive attack in Ross’ 35-22 victory over Maple Heights.
Jacob Robinson was part of a ferocious defense attack that got four quarterback sacks and an interception, as Westfield defeated Zionsville, 44-34.
Joe Belden and the Avon defense held Hamilton Southeastern to only 10 points in its 31-10 victory.
Brandon Knight and Noblesville fell to Fishers 16-13 despite a two rushing touchdown performance for the Millers.