Millers come up huge against Terre Haute South
Owen Jones and Trey Speek each rushed for two touchdowns during a 30-point second quarter Friday night that propelled Noblesville to a 50-0 high school football victory at Terre Haute South.
Within 71 seconds, Jones ripped off scoring runs of 58 and 69 yards. Jones nearly average 31 yards a carry against Terre Haute South, finishing with 154 yards on just five rushes.
Speek followed a 6-yard TD run in the first quarter by reaching the end zone on runs of 2 and 3 yards in the second quarter. Speek picked up 45 yards on five carries.
If that wasn’t enough, Andrew Petrulis sprinted 93 yards for the game’s final touchdown in the third quarter.
Holden Martasi made it 13-0 with just seven seconds to go in the first quarter on a 1-yard run.
The Millers’ defense forced three turnovers while holding Terre Haute South to a net 101 yards and four first downs.
Noblesville (1-1) opens Hoosier Crossroads Conference play at Fishers on Friday at 7 p.m.
Sheridan 48, Benton Central 6
Silas Devaney’s 57-yard touchdown run triggered a 28-point first quarter for the Class A, sixth-ranked Blackhawks (2-0).

Cameron Hovey needed just 13 carries to rush for 301 yards, including touchdowns of 36 and 86 yards in the first quarter. Hovey added a 52-yard touchdown run in the second quarter and a 55-yard TD in the third.

Devaney added a 27-yard touchdown pass to Keenan Warren in the first quarter. Peyton Cross wrapped up the scoring with a 12-yard run in the third quarter. Cross rushed for 69 yards in just six carries, and Devaney picked up 65 yards in three attempts.
North Montgomery 31, Hamilton Heights 7
Guy Griffey’s 91-yard touchdown pass to Gavin Bramel in the second quarter gave the Huskies a brief lead at North Montgomery.
Troy Ehman led Hamilton Heights with 30 yards on six carries.
The Huskies (0-2) host fifth-ranked (Class 3A) West Lafayette at 7 p.m. Friday.
Westfield 34, Harrison 10
The Shamrocks earned their 13th consecutive victory in this series, as Jack Pfeiffer rushed for 98 yards and a touchdown.
Westfield (1-1) never trailed, scoring on the opening drive thanks to a Nick Talley touchdown pass to Mason Piening. After stopping Harrison on three downs, the Shamrocks scored again on Micah Hauser’s touchdown run. Sean Sullivan’s second point-after kick made it 14-0 after one quarter.
A Maximus Webster touchdown pass to Piening made it 21-3 early in the second quarter. Webster’s second touchdown pass, to Jackson Wasserstrom, gave Westfield a 27-3 halftime lead.
Pfeiffer’s touchdown put the Shamrocks up 34-3 going into the fourth quarter.
Westfield opens Hoosier Crossroads Conference play against Zionsville on Friday. Kickoff at Riverview Health Stadium is scheduled for 7 p.m.
North Central 36, Hamilton Southeastern 35 (OT)
Eighth-ranked North Central escaped with victory in this matchup of top 10 teams in Class 6A thanks to David Vestal’s 2-point conversion pass to Theran Johnson in overtime.
Vestal had brought the Panthers within 35-34 thanks to a 1-yard TD pass to David Smith. Blaine Wertz’s second touchdown run of the night, a 2-yard effort, and Alex Geroulis’ point-after kick had given the 10th-ranked Royals a 35-28 lead on the first possession of overtime.
John McCall’s 4-yard touchdown run gave Hamilton Southeastern (01-1) a 7-6 lead after one quarter. Wertz had a 2-yard touchdown run and McCall threw a 91-yard touchdown pass to Martice Taylor that gave the Royals a 21-17 halftime lead.
McCall added a 15-yard TD pass to Jack Wafford in the third quarter.
Hamilton Southeastern opens Hoosier Crossroads Conference play at Avon on Friday night at 7.
Cathedral 44, Carmel 28
Nathan McCahill threw for 374 yards and three touchdowns to lead Class 5A No. 3 Cathedral past 6A No. 2 Carmel.

McCahill’s touchdown passes all came in the first half, giving the Irish a 20-13 lead.

Carmel scored first on Ethan Hall’s 9-yard run. Spencer Hanna’s 37-yard field goal gave the Greyhounds (1-1) a 10-6 lead after one quarter.

Hanna added a 35-yard field goal in the second quarter, but by the time Zach White scored on a 10-yard run in the fourth quarter, Carmel had given up 31 unanswered points.

Zach Osborne was 14 of 28 passing for 174 yards and also led the Greyhounds with 51 yards on 10 carries. Jaedon King caught seven passes for 91 yards.

Pike 28, Fishers 14
Lucas Prewitt provided much of the offense for the Tigers, throwing a 35-yard touchdown pass to Landon Morris and rushing for a 1-yard score in the home opener.

Isaiah Martin rushed for 240 yards and sparked Pike to a 21-0 halftime lead.

Called off
Guerin Catholic’s scheduled game with Decatur Central was canceled. The Golden Eagles are slated to host Heritage Christian at 7 Friday night.