Friday Night Sites

Jamonne Chester's senior season came to a close Friday night, but he wrapped his year up by scoring four touchdowns in 42-0 win. Read about Chester's performance and find out how all of the in-state recruits did in their sectional openers in this week's edition of "Friday Night Sites"…

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. Barnett began rehab the second week of October and has an outside chance of returning to the field late in the playoffs. IU Coach Bill Lynch has told Barnett his scholarship remains safe.

Ted Bolser, TE, Cincinnati, Ohio (Indian Hill) - Bolser and Indian Hill quarterback Bo Cordell hooked up for four completions for 45 yards on a late eight-play, 60-yard touchdown drive that gave Indian Hill (8-2) a 27-24 win over Wyoming H.S., securing Indian Hill's fourth consecutive conference championship. Cordell capped the final TD drive on a one-yard run with 38 seconds remaining. Entering the game, Bolser had caught 55 passes for 755 yards and 11 touchdowns.

Dimitrius Carr, LB, Chicago (Ill.) Mt. Carmel H.S. – - In its first game at its new on-campus stadium, Mt. Carmel scored twice in the game's opening 59 seconds and cruised to a 56-14 win over Hales Franciscan to improve to 7-2. On the season, Carr has 55 tackles, eight sacks and one interception.

Charles Chapman, OT, Carleton (Mich.) Airport H.S. –Airport dropped its second game of the season, falling to Flushing 22-20 to slip to 6-2.

Jamonne Chester, WR, Redford (Mich.) Covenant H.S. - Chester wrapped up his senior season in a big way in Covenant's 42-0 win over Ecorse. Chester had a pair of touchdown runs, a 65-yard touchdown reception and an 80-yard interception return for a score. Covenant (4-4) didn't qualify for the playoffs. Chester, who played all over the field and on both sides of the ball, had 11 catches for 389 yards and five touchdowns this season. On defense he had four interceptions and the one return for a TD.

Javon Cornley, DE, Columbus, Ohio (Northland) - Northland (4-6) lost is season finale, falling to Beechcroft 29-0. Cornled finished the season with 35 tackles and seven sacks.

Mitch Ewald, K, Aurora, Ill. (Waubonsie Valley) - Waubonsie Valley (6-3) won its sixth straight, whipping Larkin 51-13. Waubonsie Valley led by only seven, 14-7, at halftime, but outscored larkin 37-6 in the second half. Waubonsie Valley has qualified for the Class 8A playoffs, and the pairings will be announced Saturday.

Jeremy Gainer, LB, Livonia (Mich.) Clarenceville H.S. – Gainer had eight tackles to help Clarenceville (8-1) to a 42-14 Pontiac Notre Dame Prep. On offense, Daryl Whitaker led the way with 20 carries for 219 yards. On the season, Gainer has 77 tackles and three sacks.

Dusty Kiel, QB, Columbus East - Kiel completed was only 8-of-12 passing Friday night, but those eight completions accounted for 312 yards and two touchdowns as No. 1 Columbus East (10-0) cruised to a 42-14 win over Seymour in the first round of the sectional. Five of Kiel's eight completions were for at least 39 yards, including his touchdown throws of 65 and 81 yards. Kiel also added 10 carries for 69 yards and another touchdown. On the season, Kiel has completed 114-of-171 passes for 2,405 yards, 28 touchdowns and two interceptions, and he's rushed for 855 yards and 11 scores on 99 carries. Columbus East will face Madison (2-8) in the sectional semifinal. East beat Madison 75-14 earlier this season.

Pat McShane, OT, Cuyahoga Falls (Ohio) Walsh Jesuit H.S. – Walsh Jesuit improved to 7-2 with a 21-9 win over Harding H.S.

Adam Replogle, DT, Centerville (Ohio) H.S. - Centerville (7-3) likely wrapped up a playoff berth with a convincing 41-13 win over Fairmont (7-3) Friday night. Centerville piled up 446 yards of offense, led by quarterback Logan Hanes who threw for 222 and ran for another 59. Replogle, who missed three games with a broken foot, has 12 rushing touchdowns this season on offense, and on defense he's totaled 11 tackles for loss and six sacks.

Colin Rodkey, OL, Monroeville (Penn.) Gateway H.S. – In a clash of two of the best teams in the state No. 1 Gateway topped No. 4 McKeesport 31-27 to improve to 9-0. Gateway raced to a 28-0 lead and then had to hold on down the stretch for the win. Gateway is the No. 3 team in the country according to USA Today and is also the top-ranked team in WPIAL Class AAAA according to the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.

Kenny Watkins, CB, Birmingham (Mich.) Brother Rice H.S. – Brother Rice (5-3) plays Orchard Park St. Mary's today at 1 p.m. Watkins has 55 tackles and two interceptions this season.

Duwyce Wilson, WR, Columbus East – The IU-bound wideout was limited to only one catch for eight yards in No. 1 Columbus East's 42-14 win over Seymour. Despite being quiet on offense, Wilson did have a big second quarter interception that halted a drive at East's two-yard line. Wilson has 37 receptions for 877 yards and 10 touchdowns on the season.

Edward Wright-Baker, QB, Jeffersonville – The IU-bound quarterback accounted for 220 yards of total offense and five touchdowns to lead Jeffersonville (5-5) to a 41-8 win over Jennings County in the first round of the sectional. Wright Baker became the school's all-time leading passer by completing 7-of-11 throws for 150 yards and three scores and added another 10 carries for 70 yards and two more scores. On the season, Wright-Baker has completed 102-of-186 passes for 1366 yards and 11 touchdowns, and he's rushed 115 times for 617 yards and 11 touchdowns. Jeffersonville plays Floyd Central next Friday in the sectional semifinal.

Nick Zachery, QB/ATH, Sheridan – Zachery scored on runs of 28, 31 and 12 yards to lead No. 3 Sheridan (9-1) to a 55-6 Tri-Central in the sectional opener. Zachery ran eight times for 90 yards and was also 1-of-2 passing for 11 yards. On the season, Zachery has 127 carries for 1,261 yards and 24 touchdowns, and he's 15-of-41 passing for 317 yards and two touchdowns. Defensively he has scored on a fumble return and three interception returns. Top Stories