Here are some of our takeaways from week 1 action.
North Central (Indianapolis) high enjoyed their first win since 2013. The Panthers knocked off no.12 Fishers, 19-17.
No.5 Penn upset by Valparaiso 12-7. First time the Kingsman lost to the Vikings since 2010.
The big question in Brownsburg, how will the offense fare without Hunter Johnson. How about 51 points and a beat down given to no. 11 ranked Bloomington South.
Arguably the best game of the week featured two teams primed for a deep tournament run. No.19 East Central edged out a narrow victory over Lawrenceburg, 15-14.
New Palestine Head Coach Kyle Ralph notched his 37th regular season win in a row. In fact he’s 37-0 since taking over.
No.17 Roncalli shuts down Southport’s high powered offense in their 21-3 route.
Kentucky schools get the best of two top five programs from Indiana. Kentucky’s 2016 6A champion tramples Indiana’s defending state champion, 31-3. Overall four wins for Kentucky schools and only one win for Indiana.
Evansville Reitz 41 Henderson Co. 0
Louisville Male 35 Floyd Central 10
Louisville St. Xavier 35 Cathedral 28
Louisville Trinity 31 Carmel 3
Pulaski Co. 49 Jeffersonville 28
*featured photo: credit: David Funk – Times of Northwest Indiana