Lawrence Barnett, CB, Ft. Wayne Bishop Luers – Barnett had successful surgery on his left ankle Aug. 27, as doctors inserted plates and screws to the ankle that Barnett broke in Luers' season-opening win. Doctors have told Barnett he needs to be off the ankle for six weeks, and he'll then have at least six more weeks of rehab – meaning his senior season is over. IU Coach Bill Lynch has told Barnett his scholarship remains safe.
Ted Bolser, TE, Cincinnati, Ohio (Indian Hill) – After a couple of tough losses, Indian Hill (2-2) bounced back with a 53-13 win over Madeira. Bolser caught a 36-yard touchdown pass to open the scoring and finished with two catches for 48 yards. On the season, Bolser has 29 catches for 423 yards and three scores and is the second-leading receiver in the Cincinnati area.
Dimitrius Carr, LB, Chicago (Ill.) Mt. Carmel H.S. – No. 1 Mt. Carmel (2-1) didn't surrender a touchdown against Providence, but it still lost for the first time this season in a 6-3 decision Friday night.
Charles Chapman, OT, Carleton (Mich.) Airport H.S. –Airport (2-1) lost for the first time this season, falling to Milan 26-14.
Jamonne Chester, WR, Redford (Mich.) Covenant H.S. – Covenant (2-1) crushed Dearborn Star International Academy 45-0. Chester's statistics were unavailable.
Mitch Ewald, K, Aurora, Ill. (Waubonsie Valley) – Ewald didn't have a chance to do much of anything as Waubonsie Valley (0-3) was shut out by St. Charles East 21-0.
Jeremy Gainer, LB, Livonia (Mich.) Clarenceville H.S. – Gainer recorded nine tackles to help Clarenceville (3-0) to a 30-14 win over Harper Woods.
Dusty Kiel, QB, Columbus East – Dusty threw five first-half touchdown passes and eclipsed his older brother Drew's career school mark for touchdown throws in East's 56-0 win over Jennings County. Kiel completed 11-of-20 passes for 176 yards and five scores, giving him 48 for his career. Kiel also rushed for 112 yards and a touchdown on seven carries for No. 1 Columbus East (4-0). On the season, Kiel has completed 51-of-77 passes for 839 yards, 13 touchdowns and one interception, and he's rushed for 297 yards and four scores on 35 carries.
Pat McShane, OT, Cuyahoga Falls (Ohio) Walsh Jesuit H.S. – Walsh Jesuit (3-1) won its second straight, topping Lake Catholic 14-7.
Adam Replogle, DT, Centerville (Ohio) H.S. - Centerville (3-1) bounced back from a 34-30 loss to Cincinnati Moeller last week by pounding Troy 48-14 Friday night. After actually leading Centerville in rushing against Moeller (13 carries, 62 yards, 3 TDs), Replogle carried only three times for seven yards and a score against Troy. In addition to his work at defensive tackle, Replogle has carried 24 times for 100 yards and seven touchdowns.
Colin Rodkey, OL, Monroeville (Penn.) Gateway H.S. – A driving rainstorm could slow down Gateway, which improved to 3-0 with a 42-0 win over Latrobe. Gateway has now outscored its first three foes by a combined 143-23. Gateway is the top-ranked team in WPIAL Class AAAA according to the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.
Kenny Watkins, CB, Bloomfield (Mich.) Brother Rice H.S. – The fifth-ranked team in the state according to the Detroit Free Press, Brother Rice (3-0) topped Mishawaka (Ind.) Penn H.S. 30-20.
Duwyce Wilson, WR, Columbus East – Wilson was held in check with only one reception for 10 yards, but it did nothing to slow Columbus East down. The top-ranked team in Class 4A rolled to a 56-0 win over Jennings County to improve to 4-0. Wilson has 17 receptions for 344 yards and five touchdowns on the season.
Edward Wright-Baker, QB, Jeffersonville – Wright-Baker had his best outing of the year, totaling 382 yards of offense and three touchdowns to lead Jeffersonville (1-3) to a 39-14 win over Madison. Wright-Baker completed 17-of-22 passes for 259 yards and two touchdowns, and added another 123 yards rushing and one touchdown on 11 carries. Baker scored on a 56-yard touchdown run and had a 63-yarder called back on a penalty. On the season, Baker has completed 53-of-97 passes for 681 yards and three touchdown, and he's rushed for five touchdowns.
Nick Zachery, QB/ATH, Sheridan – Zachery scored on a pair of runs and on an interception return to lead No. 1 Sheridan (4-0) to a 26-6 win over Clington Central. Zachery was 0-for-3 passing but rushed for 103 yards on 16 carries, including touchdown runs of 1 and 72 yards. Sheridan has now won 40 straight games and looking for its fourth consecutive Class A title. On the season, Zachery has 48 carries for 441 yards and 10 touchdowns, and he's 5-of-18 passing for 116 yards and one touchdown. Defensively he has scored on a fumble return and two interception returns.
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