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  1. Or is Lindauer Mr. Football and Kiser won the position award? Makes no sense that one of the finalists aren't on the list of position awards.
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    2018 IndyStar Super Team

    The 2018 IndyStar high school football Super Team Kyle Neddenriep, Indianapolis Star Published 4:53 p.m. ET Dec. 5, 2018 | Updated 11:07 a.m. ET Dec. 6, 2018 OL D.J. Bowles School/Year: Avon, Sr. College: Navy Stat: The 6-2, 290-pound Bowles anchored an offensive line that helped the Orioles average 359 yards per game. Bowles was a four-year starter at Avon. OL Josh Fryar School/Year: Beech Grove, Jr. College: Undecided Stat: The 6-4, 295-pound Fryar is one of the top recruits in the state in the junior class. Fryar has offers from Indiana and Purdue. OL Dawand Jones School/Year: Ben Davis Sr. College: Undecided Stat: The 6-8, 360-pound Jones, also a standout basketball player for Ben Davis, is planning to make a college decision in mid-December. Indiana, Florida State, Michigan and USC are among the schools on his list. OL Austin Keele School/Year: New Palestine, Sr. College: Undecided Stat: The 6-2, 260-pound Keele started on both sides of the line for the Class 5A undefeated state champions. Keele had 42 tackles and seven tackles for a loss on defense. OL Jordyn Law School/Year: Pike, Sr. College: Army Stat: The 6-4, 265-pound Law was a standout as a center on the offensive line and a long-snapper for the Red Devils. He picked Army over Eastern Illinois and Tennessee State. OL Caleb Shaffer School/Year: Carmel, Sr. College: Miami of Ohio Stat: The 6-5, 315-pound Shaffer helped the Greyhounds to the Class 6A state championship game and an 11-3 record. Carmel averaged 326 yards of total offense per game. OL Joseph Solomon School/Year: Bishop Chatard, Jr. College: Undecided Stat: The 6-5, 260-pound Solomon is the latest in a long line of standout offensive linemen at Chatard. The Trojans averaged nearly 36 points per game and more than 370 yards per game. TE Haven Montefalco School/Year: Cathedral, Sr. College: Harvard Stat: The 6-4, 220-pound Montefalco caught 44 passes for 734 yards and four touchdowns for the Irish. Montefalco is also a basketball player. TE Montrez Stanley School/Year: Warren Central, Sr. College: Undecided Stat: The 6-3, 190-pound Stanley caught 45 passes for 569 yards and five touchdowns as a senior, helping the Warriors to a Class 6A state championship. WR David Baker School/Year: Scecina, Jr. College: Undecided Stat: Baker, who has offers from Indiana, Purdue, Iowa and Michigan, caught 63 passes for 799 yards and 11 touchdowns for the 11-2 Crusaders, who fell in the regional to eventual state champion Western Boone. WR David Bell School/Year: Warren Central, Sr. College: Undecided Stat: The 6-3, 190-pound Bell caught 85 passes for 1,542 yards and 22 touchdowns as a senior, leading Warren Central to an undefeated Class 6A state title. Bell will make his college announcement Jan. 5 at the All-American Bowl in San Antonio. WR Jon Eineman School/Year: Mooresville, Sr. College: Undecided Stat: The 6-3, 190-pound Eineman caught 71 passes for 1,356 yards and 15 touchdowns, leading Mooresville to an 11-2 record. Eineman has an offer from Western Illinois and interest from a number of other programs. WR Tre’von Elliott School/Year: North Central, Sr. College: Undecided Stat: Elliott helped engineer a turnaround at North Central, catching 61 passes 970 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior. He also rushed for 108 yards and four TDs, returned two kickoffs for touchdowns and one punt return. WR Bryce Kirtz School/Year: Brownsburg, Sr. College: Northwestern Stat: Kirtz caught 59 passes for 969 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior to lead Brownsburg to a 10-1 record and Hoosier Crossroads Conference championship. Kirtz caught 165 passes for 2,697 yards and 37 TDs for his high school career. WR Eli Pancol School/Year: Pendleton Heights, Sr. College: Duke Stat: In nine games as a senior, the 6-4 Pancol had 31 receptions for 582 yards and 11 touchdowns. Pancol also returned a kick for a touchdown and intercepted two passes. WR Bo Sanders School/Year: Cathedral, Sr. College: Elon Stat: The 6-2, 180-pound Sanders caught 83 passes for 1,070 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior and also averaged 14.9 yards per punt return with one touchdown. Class 6A Semi-State varsity football game, Friday, Nov. 16, 2018. Warren Central won 27-20. (Photo: Doug McSchooler/for IndyStar, Doug McSchooler/for IndyStar) QB Jayden George School/Year: Warren Central, Sr. College: Undecided Stat: The 6-2, 195-pound George helped the Warriors to a Class 6A state title as he completed 64 percent of his passes for 3,005 yards and 41 touchdowns with just five interceptions. George passed for 5,005 yards in his three seasons. QB Eddie Schott School/Year: Southport, Sr. College: Ball State Stat: The 6-5, 220-pound Schott completed 62 percent of his passes for 3,238 yards and 39 touchdowns as a senior. Schott passed for 7,493 yards and 78 TDs in his three seasons as a starter. QB Liam Thompson School/Year: North Central, Sr. College: Undecided Stat: The 6-1, 190-pound Thompson helped spark North Central to its first sectional title in 25 years. Thompson passed for 2,653 yards and 23 touchdowns and rushed for 436 yards and 10 TDs. RB Romeir Elliott School/Year: Warren Central, Sr. College: Southern Illinois Stat: The 5-7, 190-pound Elliott, who was offered by Western Michigan and will visit in January, rushed for 227 yards in the Class 6A state championship win over Carmel to finish his season with 3,045 rushing yards and 38 touchdowns. RB Sampson James School/Year: Avon, Sr. College: Indiana Stat: The 6-1, 200-pound James was slowed by an injury as a senior but still rushed for 1,043 yards and 11 touchdowns. James finished his high school career with 3,451 rushing yards and 38 TDs. RB Donovan Marcus School/Year: Brownsburg, Jr. College: Undecided Stat: Marcus rushed for more than 100 yards in all but one game as a junior, finishing the season with 1,711 yards and 15 touchdowns. Marcus also caught 18 passes for 247 yards. RB Delbert Mimms School/Year: Ben Davis, Sr. College: Vanderbilt Stat: The 6-foot, 205-pound Mimms rushed for 1,232 yards and 20 touchdowns as a senior, twice rushing for more than 200 yards in a game. RB Charlie Spegal School/Year: New Palestine, Jr. College: Undecided Stat: The 5-10, 220-pound Spegal set a new single-season state record with 68 rushing touchdowns for the Class 5A state champion Dragons. Spegal rushed for 3,356 yards, averaging 10.6 yards per carry. RB Carson Steele School/Year: Center Grove, Soph. College: Undecided Stat: The 6-2, 210-pound Steele rushed for 2,270 yards and 29 touchdowns to lead the Trojans to the Class 6A semistate. In two seasons, Steele has 3,973 rushing yards and 49 TDs. All-purpose Jalen Peterson School/Year: Avon, Sr. College: Undecided Stat: Peterson did a little bit of everything as a senior for Avon, catching 45 passes for 805 yards and eight touchdowns and rushing for more than 100 yards. Peterson also intercepted three passes on defense. DL Cole Brevard School/Year: Carmel, Jr. College: Undecided Stat: The 6-3, 280-pound Brevard is arguably the top recruit in the state in the junior class, claiming offers from Notre Dame, Penn State, Wisconsin and many others. DL Brian Gaffney School/Year: Center Grove, Sr. College: Undecided Stat: Gaffney was an impact player on the defensive line for the Trojans, making 15 tackles for a loss in 11 games. Gaffney also gave Center Grove a spark on offense, rushing for five touchdowns on the season and 92 yards in the semistate against Warren Central. DL Dane Middlebrook School/Year: Brownsburg, Jr. College: Undecided Stat: The 6-1, 310-pound Middlebrook helped to anchor a Brownsburg defense that was much improved from a season ago. Middlebrook has a scholarship offer from Ohio State. DL Beau Robbins School/Year: Carmel, Jr. College: Indiana Stat: The 6-4, 240-pound Robbins led the Greyhounds with 61 solo tackles, 15 tackles for a loss and also had six sacks, three fumble recoveries and three forced fumbles for the Class 6A state finalists. DL Chamaar Smith School/Year: Decatur Central, Sr. College: Northern Illinois Stat: The 6-2, 210-pound Smith anchored a dominant defense for the Class 5A state finalist Hawks. Smith finished with 90 tackles, including 27 tackles for a loss. He also had nine sacks. LB Clayton Coll School/Year: Franklin, Sr. College: Ball State Stat: Coll finished his senior season with 119 solo tackles, including 18 for a loss. He also rushed for 256 yards and five touchdowns and recovered two fumbles. LB Christian Hastings School/Year: Warren Central, Sr. College: Indiana State Stat: The 6-2, 205-pound Hastings made 86 tackles and six tackles for a loss for the undefeated Warriors with two of his best performances coming late in the tournament against North Central and Center Grove. LB Jay Higgins School/Year: Brebeuf Jesuit, Jr. College: Undecided Stat: The 6-2, 215-pound Higgins led the Brebeuf defense with 131 tackles, including 8 ½ for a loss. He also caught 30 passes for 423 yards and six touchdowns as a tight end. LB Joey Schmidt School/Year: Carmel, Sr. College: Undecided Stat: The 6-2, 220-pound Schmidt was one of the defensive leaders for Carmel, finishing third on the team in tackles, along with making six sacks and scoring two defensive touchdowns. Schmidt has a handful of Division I offers. LB Devin Weakley School/Year: Western Boone, Sr. College: Undecided Stat: The 5-7, 160-pound Weakley set a school record with 112 solo tackles and 175 total tackles for the Class 2A state champion Stars. Weakley made 24 ½ tackles for a loss and seven sacks. DB Trevon Booker School/Year: Lawrence Central, Sr. College: Miami (Ohio) Stat: Booker was a standout in the secondary for the Bears, finishing with two interceptions on the season and 32 tackles. DB Nate Frey School/Year: Carmel, Sr. College: Undecided Stat: Frey was second on the team in tackles and led the Greyhounds with four interceptions and three blocked kicks. Frey also made seven tackles for loss from his safety position for the 6A runners-up. DB Harry Ochs School/Year: North Central, Sr. College: Undecided Stat: The free safety led the Panthers with 159 tackles and had 10 tackles for a loss, three interceptions and caused six fumbles. He also played a key role as a punt and kick returner. DB Aaron Steele School/Year: Triton Central, Sr. College: Undecided Stat: Steele was injured after eight games of the season but intercepted five passes and passed for 1,030 yards and seven touchdowns while healthy. Steele finished with 23 career interceptions at Triton Central. DB Randy Wells School/Year: Warren Central, Jr. College: Undecided Stat: The 5-10, 195-pound Wells was one of the top tacklers for the Class 6A champions, finishing the season with 84 tackles and five interceptions. Wells also handled the punting duties for the Warriors. K Caleb Urban School/Year: Martinsville, Sr. College: Undecided Stat: Urban was 9-for-13 on field-goal attempts with a long of 50 yards in his senior season. Urban made all 43 of his extra-point attempts and also averaged 37.8 yards per punt. P P.J. Buck School/Year: Center Grove, Sr. College: Undecided Stat: Buck averaged 38.0 yards per punt and placed 15 inside the 20-yard-line of the opponent. Buck also passed for a touchdown in a win over Cathedral. Honorable mention OFFENSIVE LINE Jared Almeida, North Central, Jr.; Addison Batton, Avon, Sr.; Caleb Booher, Plainfield, Sr.; Mark Caster, Lutheran, Sr.; Saul Diagostino, Tri-West, Sr.; Tex Elliot, Cathedral, Jr.; Blake Fisher, Avon, Soph.; Casey Foster, Western Boone, Jr.; Cameron Ginter, Cascade, Sr.; John Harris, Roncalli, Sr.; Gus Hartwig, Zionsville, Jr.; Marcus Havens, Whiteland, Jr.; Payton Lamping, Franklin Central, Sr.; Kaleb Marr, Danville, Sr.; Charlie Moore, Mt. Vernon, Jr.; Aidan Parker, Westfield, Jr.; Will Poynter, Guerin Catholic, Sr.; Zach Ransdell, Warren Central, Sr.; Zac Richards, Mooresville, Soph.; Jamichael Watts, North Central, Sr.; A.J. Weise, Center Grove, Sr. TIGHT END Brandon Berger, Roncalli, Sr.; Luke Hornung, Triton Central, Jr.; Jesse Kolb, Sheridan, Sr.; Luke Snow, Lutheran, Soph.; Brayden Vanslyke, Tri-West, Sr. WIDE RECEIVER Logan Benson, Western Boone, Sr.; Harrison Eckel, Heritage Christian, Jr.; Brayden Evans, Mooresville, Jr.; Tommy Fossett, Zionsville, Sr.; Connor Gill, Lapel, Sr.; Rashawn Haskins, Southport, Sr.; Jordan Hull, Zionsville, Sr.; Ryan Lezon, Southport, Jr.; Andrew Sowinski, Bishop Chatard, Jr.; Donivan Wright, Lawrence Central, Sr.; Gabe Wright, Brebeuf Jesuit, Jr. QUARTERBACK Cole Alexander, Lapel, Jr.; Mac Ayres, Scecina, Sr.; Orin Edwards, Cathedral, Jr.; Karson Goodman, Mooresville, Sr.; Jasen Graves, Pike, Jr.; Zach Neligh, New Palestine, Sr.; Mark Nondorf, Bishop Chatard, Sr.; Josh Wagner, Zionsville, Sr.; Spencer Wright, Western Boone, Jr. RUNNING BACK Jonah Bronger, Covenant Christian, Sr.; Chon’dre Cissell, Cathedral, Sr.; Dylan Crossen, Guerin Catholic, Sr.; Deangelo Dean, Manual, Sr.; Eddie Dziennik, Noblesville, Sr.; Tavian Gadia, Plainfield, Sr.; Matt Harris, Hamilton Southeastern, Sr.; Cameron Johnson, Lebanon, Sr.; James Manis, Sheridan, Sr.; Marcus McFadden, Lutheran, Jr.; Tavon Middlebrook, Scecina, Sr.; Malieki Parks, Franklin Central, Sr.; Jake Perry, Whiteland, Sr.; Daylen Taylor, Bishop Chatard, Jr.; Kenny Tracy, Decatur Central, Jr.; Kruze Washington, Western Boone, Sr.; Avery Welch, Indian Creek, Sr.; Clay Whitney, Monrovia, Sr.; Nick Willham, Greenwood, Sr. DEFENSIVE LINE Lawson Aiken, Brownsburg, Sr.; Max Burhenn, Mt. Vernon, Sr.; Caden Curry, Center Grove, Jr.; Dalton Davis, Noblesville, Sr.; Steven Edwards, Franklin Central, Sr.; Matt Funk, Scecina, Sr.; JaVonn Gray, Lawrence Central, Sr.; Deetz Holdorf, Western Boone, Sr.; Dorian Keys, Brownsburg, Jr.; Kyle King, New Palestine, Jr.; Evan Lantz, Hamilton Southeastern, Jr.; Lucas Hunter, Center Grove, Sr.; Dakari Kenney, Pike, Sr.; Jordan Miles, Decatur Central, Jr.; Tyler Miller, Brebeuf Jesuit, Sr.; Alex Reed, Whiteland, Sr.; Chris Starks, Sheridan, Jr.; Malik Temple, Ben Davis, Jr. LINEBACKER Simon Banks, Brebeuf Jesuit, Sr.; Charles Bock, Guerin Catholic, Sr.; Geoffrey Brown, Fishers, Jr.; Nicholas Burnell, Sheridan, Sr.; Colin Caldwell, Westfield, Sr.; Emmanuel Davis, Fishers, Sr.; Luke Ely, New Palestine, Sr.; Alex Griffith, Avon, Sr.; Richie Hagarty, Cathedral, Sr.; Aven Jones, New Palestine, Jr.; Foster Knight, Monrovia, Jr.; Ethan Lowry, Heritage Christian, Jr.; Kavie Minor, Warren Central, Sr.; Devontay Moore, North Central, Sr.; Dylan Renick, Decatur Central, Sr.; Jacob Schultz, Whiteland, Jr.; Nathan Talhelm, Franklin Central, Jr.; Bryce Taylor, Greenwood, Sr.; David Whittemore, Bishop Chatard, Sr.; Ty Wise, Carmel, Jr.; Tyishaun Woods, Scecina, Jr. DEFENSIVE BACK Mike Adams, Ben Davis, Sr.; Dante Akins, Lutheran, Jr.; Jason Allen Jr., Decatur Central, Sr.; Michael Brown, North Central, Jr.; Rylan Cole, Mt. Vernon, Soph.; Billy Freudenthal, Guerin Catholic, Sr.; Travis Griffey, Martinsville, Sr.; Maxen Hook, New Palestine, Jr.; Harold Jones, Lawrence North, Sr.; TraShaun Jones, Pike, Jr.; Trevor Larence, Whiteland, Sr.; James Mabry, Mooresville, Sr.; Shiloh Means, Cathedral, Jr.; Roman Molden, Fishers, Sr.; Capone Powell, Ben Davis, Jr.; Lucas Roehling, Center Grove, Sr.; Larry Tracy, Decatur Central, Sr. KICKER Alex Bales, Westfield, Sr. Connor Benson, Lawrence North, Sr.; Clay Chase, Brownsburg, Jr.; Chris Freeman, Zionsville, Jr.; Scott Hoeg, North Central, Jr. PUNTER Anakin Allison, Pendleton Heights, Sr.; Mitch Hebenstreit, Hamilton Southeastern, Sr.; Isaiah Lacey, Indian Creek, Sr.; Ty Nibbs, Ben Davis, Sr.
  3. So serious question.... Are the finalists the award winners from the positions? I am truly curious if Lindauer is the QB for the position, that would put Jack Kiser as a Defensive player, right?
  4. Congrats to Devin Weakley LB from Western Boone for making the IndyStar Super Team. Also to Logan Benson, Spencer Wright, Kruze Washington, Casey Foster, and Deetz Holdorf for making the Honorable Mention Team! https://www.indystar.com/story/sports/high-school/2018/12/05/2018-indystar-high-school-football-super-team-indiana/2186699002/
  5. So, you have 2 QBs on the finalist list for Mr. Football (Lindauer and Kiser)... Which one wins the position award? Or is Kiser a finalist as a Safety/LB?
  6. We have always had 6th grade stand alone team to start the process of adapting to JR High. Now some schools around us (Lebanon and Southmont) are already incorporating the 6th grade into the JR High. I fully expect that at some point in time, our JR High will do the same thing (and probably many others).
  7. Western Boone Youth Football League (plays in the Sagamore Youth Football Conference along with North Montgomery, Southmont, Tri-West, Danville, Crawfordsville) K-1st Flag (In house only, flag doesn't travel) 2nd-3rd Minor Tackle 4th-5th Major Tackle 6th Grade What we have ran into is that many of the JR High/Middle Schools are taking over the 6th grade teams or some of the 6th grade teams are combining to play on the 7th grade teams as numbers are low. It becomes a little difficult at times to schedule 6th grade games as most School ADs want to play their games through the week while we are part of a youth league and are used to playing on Saturday. Also, we have found there are a few different rules (as we have 6th grade rules that may vary just a bit from normal IHSAA rules) and most of the 6th grade teams we play are used to playing IHSAA rules.
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    Equipment

    Riddell Dan Masariu PM me and I will send you his contact info. For context-- We purchased 33 Riddell "Victor I" Helmets at $80 a pc and the Riddell Pursuit Shoulder pads for $36.50 (though I believe there was a deal on turning in or throwing away old shoulder pads)
  9. Curious... Does Lindauer and Combs have other offers they are considering?
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    Mr. Football

    I have a hard time believing there isn't at least 1 of the 6A kids (Bell/Elliot) in the finals... Not to mention someone within the donut counties of Marion county (Since this award is given by the Indy Star). I am not saying Lindeuar or Kiser aren't deserving, but typically there is someone from the metro Indy area that's at least a finalist...
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    CRAWFORDSVILLE

    I would have no way of knowing that.
  12. Class. Your kids played hard. IT was a good game, and maybe we run into each other again next year...
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    CRAWFORDSVILLE

    LOL, Negative Ghost Rider.
  14. You need to learn what a fact is. And unlike you, I am going to take the high road and not trash KIDS. 16-18 year olds. BisonUmpire is right... Even if there was replay... The play was blown dead. EB would have got the ball at the spot of recovery (if there was a clear possession/recovery rule like NCAA & NFL), it wasn't a guaranteed score. EB was not moving the ball in the 2nd half. Webo held them to 74 total yards in the 2nd half.
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