Chargers record first victory after Raiders forced to forfeit amid injuries

By: Bryan Bedigrew
October 14, 2014

 

This past Friday, two 0-5 teams came together looking for their first win on the season. Senior running back Casey Willyard would lead the Jefferson County North Chargers (Ks.) with 105 yards rushing and two touchdowns in a 28-6 victory over the Immaculata Raiders (Ks.). The victory would also be the first district win for Jefferson County North.

 

The Chargers (1-5, 1-4) started the game with the ball and impressed with a 10-play drive that culminated with a Willyard five-yard rushing touchdown and a 7-0 Charger lead over the Raiders (0-6, 0-6). 

 

It wouldn’t be until the second quarter that the Chargers would score again. Quarterback Bryce Noll’s two-yard run plus a Joel Abel extra point would increase the Jefferson County North lead to 14-0. The Chargers would put together another second quarter scoring drive, one that was capped by a Kyle Noll five-yard up-the-gut score for a comfortable 21-0 lead for the Chargers. 

 

The Raiders would try to put something together just before the half however, an already slim roster was dealt a huge blow when Raiders senior Tanier Karigan would go down with an injury and not return. This left Immaculata with only 10 players to finish the game.

 

Not giving up however, the Raiders would receive a big momentum push as with just seconds left before halftime, a complete pass to Michael Valenca to the Chargers four yard line would give them hope heading into the second half. Leading off the third quarter, the Raiders attempted to put something together but gave up the ball on a Valenca fumble on the Chargers 48 yard line. 

 

The Chargers would run seven plays leading to a Willyard three-yard run for a Jefferson County score and a 28-0 lead. 

 

With impressive perseverance, the Raiders would score on their next possession after a six play drive. Valencia redeemed his earlier fumble by putting the Raiders on the board with a two-yard touchdown. The extra point however would fall short making the score 28-6 with 5:04 left in the third. 

 

After the ensuing Raiders kick off, just two plays later Immacaulata would suffer yet another injury as Valenca hit the ground. With the team now down to nine players Raiders coach Fred Elliot elected to forfeit the game with 4:39 remaining on the clock in the third quarter. The Raiders would fall to 0-6 while the Chargers would secure their first win and push their record to 1-5 this season.

 

Willyard finished the game with the game with 105 yards on 17 carries and two touchdowns.

 

Jefferson County North will travel to Valley Falls this Friday at 7:00. The game will be live on the NFHS Network and you can also follow along and stay up to date on Twitter - @DigitalScout

DS/State Associations partnerships to provide state football scoreboards

By: Cameron Mellor (@cammellor)
August 8, 2014

 

Digital Scout football viewers across the country will now be treated to a unique, one-of-a-kind experience starting this fall. Due to a new partnership with several different state athletics & activities associations, viewers will now be able to stream data in real time from a variety of states, across our nation in one solidified place. 

 

For the first time in Digital Scout's nearly 20 years, users will be able to view data casts of football games on a state scoreboard for Washington D.C., Wyoming, North Dakota, Alabama, Ohio, Tennessee and areas of Texas with many more to come. 

 

This unique treat is due to a partnership between Digital Scout and each individual athletic or activities association.

 

Housed on each athletic or activities association state website, viewers will be able to watch the data stream in from any and all schools who are utilizing Digital Scout to track their stats on Friday nights.

 

Have a program in Texas that you want to check up on? Visit Dave Campbell's TexasFootball.com to check them out. How about your nephew's game in D.C. that you can't make it to? Maybe your alma mater has a committed athlete playing in Ohio on Friday night? With this new platform, viewers can check out scores from all across the nation as they happen.

 

Follow along with the Digital Scout Twitter at @digitalscout for up-to-the-minute news and further information regarding which states are partnering with Digital Scout and which games are happening live on Fridays. Make sure your favorite high school or alma mater has and will use Digital Scout this fall!

 

Franklin County (Ky.) Flyers QB Barrett Sanderson looks to build on sophomore season

 

By: Cameron Mellor
March 28,  2014

 

It seems like ages ago that we saw the last of the 2013 football season. So it seems like ages ago that Franklin County quarterback Barrett Sanderson was a sophomore taking his first snap as the full-time varsity starter for the Flyers.

 

The day, August 23 and the opponent, North Bullitt High School.Sanderson would lead Franklin County onto the field and although he was needed very little in the game against the Eagles, one thing was evident – Sanderson was the right choice as signal-caller for the Flyer offense.

 

The sophomore would lead the Flyers to an 11-2 record and an appearance in the state quarterfinals during an impressive 2013 campaign. Sanderson threw for 1862 yards and 20 touchdowns, while running for an additional 151 yards and 2 touchdowns.

 

Although 2013 was just his first year as the full-time starter at the varsity level, Sanderson led the Flyers like a seasoned veteran. He not only looked the part, but he acted the part, leading the team to eight consecutive victories to start the season.

 

Included in those first eight victories were seven games in which Franklin County notched over 40 points while four of those games scoring more than 50. The Flyers averaged over 40 points per contest in 2013.

 

Photos courtesy of the State Journal

 

Arguably his most impressive performance of the season came in just the third game as Sanderson threw for 333 yards and five touchdowns against Oldham County. He connected on 15-of-19 pass attempts and hit three different receivers for touchdowns.

 

Looking at Sanderson’s highlight tape, one thing stands out – he has that presence that every quarterback needs. His vision is great despite his shorter frame at 5-foot-9 and he can hit a slant pass as easily as he can toss a fade route applying touch or power behind his throws when necessary.

 

His throwing mechanics are good as he squares his shoulders and sets his feet whether inside or out of the pocket. His ability to evade the first defender and buy more time to throw the ball down the field is impressive, as is his scrambling ability once he’s outside of the tackles.

 

The sophomore is a great runner in the open field but does an even better job of attempting to throw first while keeping his eyes downfield.

 

He makes great reads at the line of scrimmage and on several occasions knew when and where defenders would be blitzing, and burned them for big yards. Sanderson locates his open receivers and gets the ball where it needs to be without hesitation.

 

It’s easy to see why Sanderson was the starter from day one in 2013. Their 11-2 record is indicative of a smart decision to nab Sanderson as his No. 1 by head coach Chris Tracy. It’s even easier to see why there should be some high expectations for the Flyers in 2014 as their starting quarterback will still only be a junior, but this time hosting a lot more confidence and experience.

 

Take a look back at Sanderson and the Flyer’s 2013 season here: Franklin County.

Nebraska's Mitchell Hahn gets Fremont back to it's winning ways

 

By: Cameron Mellor
February 12, 2014

 

It’s the middle of the week and that means it’s time for HSGC's Wednesday Athlete Watch. This week, we take a closer look at Fremont Tigers star Mitchell Hahn.

 

Hahn and the Tigers sit at 11-8 on the season after their most recent victory over North Platte. They jumped out to a 10-5 record before slipping in the recent week. After dropping their previous three games by just a combined 11 points, it was Hahn who propelled the Tigers back into the win column with the victory over NPHS.

 

Behind Hahn’s 18 points and 12 rebounds, the Tigers cruised against the Bulldogs en route to a 51-33 victory. Hahn also chipped in with two assists, two steals and two blocks.

 

 

 

Hahn has been tops on the team in both points and rebounds during 10 of their 19 games this season, including the game against North Platte on February 8. His top scoring performance came back in December against the Northwest Huskies as he scored 33 points and brought down 13 rebounds.

 

Another impressive performance came in December against Lincoln Northstar when he secured 21 rebounds and had 19 points.

 

Hahn is averaging a double-double this season and has achieved the feat 13 times this year. After his most recent outing, Hahn averages 19 points and 10.9 rebounds while shooting over 40 percent from the field. He leads the team in steals and blocks to boot.

 

Fremont is back in action this Friday, February 14 in one of our HSGC Game's of the Week against Lincoln High School. You can check out the action here: http://www.hsgamecenter.com/basketball/male/game/2041317

 

 

Ohio sophomore Mason Baich our HSGC Player of the Week

 

By: Cameron Mellor
February 11, 2014

 

It is said that there is no substitute for hard work. It is also said that age is just a number. Well, sophomore guard Mason Baich of the Dublin Jerome Celtics is a testament to both of those sayings.

 

Baich paced Jerome in their two most recent victories, scoring a total of 35 points and pulling down 20 rebounds combined, despite this being just his second year at Dublin Jerome. For his efforts, Baich has been named our HSGC National Player of the Week.

 

 

 

“Mason has a great motor,” Dublin Jerome head coach Jamie Pearson said. “He is a very competitive and skilled player who gets better every game.”

 

Baich and the rest of the Celtics were propelled by a fast paced, hard-nosed first half against Canal Winchester last Tuesday. Jerome held the Indians to just 22 points in the first half and led by 13 at the break while Baich was one of four Celtics to score in double figures. He also led the team in rebounds during what turned in to a 71-51 victory.

 

Baich continued his impressive play against Westerville South this past Friday, when his team needed him. Down four points coming down the stretch, it was Baich’s three rebounds in the closing minutes that gave his team second chance opportunities that allowed the Celtics to force overtime.

 

It was in the extra period that Baich scored five of the team’s 11 points, boosting the Celtics to the 73-69 victory. He totaled 24 points and 12 rebounds against WSHS, achieving his first double-double of the season.

 

In the two-game span, Baich was 12-of-21 from the field and 8-of-12 from the free throw line. He shot equally as well from behind the three-point line as he was 3-of-5 from beyond the arc.

 

 

“Mason can score inside or out,” Pearson said. “He shows great intangibles as a player.”

 

Those intangibles were on showcase during the victories over the Indians and Wildcats as Baich also pulled down 20 rebounds, eight of them offensive. He also chipped in with 11 assists and four steals in the victories.

 

Baich and the Celtics are back in action Tuesday, February 11, against Westerville North. Check out the game by here: http://www.hsgamecenter.com/basketball/boys/game/2280646

 

Dublin Jerome will host Bishop Watterson in the final game of the regular season on Tuesday, February 18. Check back in for the action here: http://www.hsgamecenter.com/basketball/male/game/2280633

Hundreds of athletes sign letters of intent on NSD

 

By: Cameron Mellor
February 10, 2014

 

Last Wednesday, one of the most exciting times for high school athletes dawned upon us, a day signifying a commitment to not only an education, but also the chance to play their respective sport at the next level. National Signing Day marked the day in which senior athletes must declare and fax in their letters of intent to their intended university, accepting their scholarship offer.

 

While some use NSD as the day to finally make known their college choice, others make what might have been known for awhile, official. Either way, it is a day that most athletes, especially high school football players, anxiously wait for most of their lives.

 

With the culmination of a number of high school careers, we’ll take a look back at the athletes whose programs used the HSGameCenter product and signed LOI’s to attend major college football programs last week.

 

Athlete, Position, High School, University:

 

Josh Malone, WR, Station Camp (Tenn.), Tennessee

 

John ‘Juju’ Smith, S, Long Beach Poly (Calif.), USC

 

Jeb Blazevich, TE, Charlotte Christian (N.C.), Georgia

 

Vic Wharton, WR, Independence (Tenn.), Tennessee

 

Rashaan Gaulden, WR, Independence, Tennessee

 

Parris Campbell, RB, St. Vincent St. Mary (Ohio), Ohio State

 

Dante Booker, LB, St. Vincent St. Mary, Ohio State

 

Kyle Berger, OT, St. Ignatius (Ohio), Ohio State

 

Jimmy Byrne, LB, St. Ignatius, Notre Dame

 

Matt Dickerson, DE, Serra (Calif.), UCLA

 

Traevohn Wrench, RB, Gardner Edgerton (Kan.), Kansas

 

Daniel Helm, TE, Glenwood (Ill.), Tennessee

 

Monte Harrison, WR, Lee’s Summit West (Mo.), Nebraska

 

Braden Smith, OG, Olathe South (Kan.), Auburn

 

Steven Parker, S, Jenks (Okla.), Oklahoma

 

Chris Lacy, WR, Desoto (Tex.), Oklahoma State

 

Dameon Willis, LB, St. Ignatius, Indiana

 

Qadree Ollison, RB, Canisius (N.Y.), Pittsburgh

 

Jack Kraus, TE, Bentonville (Ark.), Arkansas

 

Isaiah Gentry, WR, Moeller (Ohio), Minnesota

 

J.J. Jackson, DE, Woodgrove (Va.), Virginia

 

Hamilton Anoa’i, LB, Serra, Northwestern

 

Jarvion Franklin, RB, Victor J Andrew (Ill.), Western Michigan

 

Dalvin Warmack, RB, Blue Springs (Mo.), Kansas State

 

Juan Day, RB, North Little Rock (Ark.), Arkansas

 

Gaelin Elmore, TE, Somerset (Wis.), Minnesota

 

Conor Sheehy, DE, Marquette University School (Wis.), Wisconsin

 

Bo Hines, WR, Charlotte Christian, NC State

 

Logan Cheadle, CB, Lee’s Summit West, Missouri

 

Elijah Lee, LB, Blue Springs, Kansas State

 

Kaleb Prewett, S, Blue Springs, Kansas State

 

Lorenzo Featherston, DE, Page (N.C.), Florida State

 

Kevin Pendleton, OT, Lee’s Summit West, Missouri

 

Terian Goree, WR, Carthage (Tex.), North Texas

 

Austin Chambers, OT, Shawnee Mission West (Kan.), BYU

 

Alonzo Saxton, DB, Bishop Hartley (Ohio), Duke

 

Jimmie Swain, LB, Olathe North (Kan.), Oregon

 

Nick Orr, CB, Desoto, TCU

 

Phillipie Motley, DB, Hilliard Davidson (Ohio), Pittsburgh

 

Cole Walterscheid, DE, Muenster (Tex.), Oklahoma State

 

Bryan Mone, DT, Highland (Utah), Michigan

 

Pita Tonga, DT, Highland, Utah

 

Aaron Sharp, QB, Summer Creek (Tex.), UCLA

 

Brady Taylor, OT, Ready (Ohio), Ohio State

 

Aaron Mends, LB, Winnetonka (Mo.), Iowa

 

Dakota Allen, LB, Summer Creek, Texas Tech

 

James David, LB, Rockdale (Tex.), Baylor

 

Conner Krizancic, WR, Mentor (Ohio), Minnesota

 

Josh Pelzel, OT, Rockdale, Baylor

 

Justin Hobbs, WR, Shawnee Mission West, Tulsa

 

Kalil Morris, DT, Bishop Hartley, Kent State

 

Okeeron Rutherford, WR, Carthage, North Texas

 

Kendall Blanton, TE, Blue Springs South (Mo.), Missouri

 

Jordan Benson, OT, Blue Springs, Colorado State

 

Josh Watson, LB, Blue Springs South, Colorado State

 

Henry McGrew, LB, Blue Valley (Kan.), Illinois

 

Dylan Harding, S, Jenks, Oklahoma State

 

Donquell Green, WR, Burke County (Ga.), Marshall

 

Garret Bradbury, TE, Charlotte Christian, NC State

 

Austin McGehee, K, Pine Bluff (Ark.), Purdue

 

Blake Bogenschutz, QB, Carthage, UTSA

 

Patrick Reed, QB, Silsbee (Tex.), New Mexico

 

Gus Ragland, QB, Moeller, Miami (OH)

 

Jonathan Duhart, WR, Manchester (Va.), Old Dominion

 

Gasetoto Schuster, DT, Long Beach Poly, Utah State

 

Michael Siragusa, WR, St. Ignatius, Buffalo

 

Augie Touris, TE, Canisius, UTEP

 

Desmon White, ATH, Desoto, TCU

 

Howard Wilson, CB, Desoto, Houston

 

Shaquel Jackson, DT, Desoto, North Texas

 

Johnavhan Grahm, DE, Desoto, North Texas

 

Adrian Goodacre, OG, Carthage, UL-Lafayette

 

Dale Brown, WR, Lee’s Summit West, Northern Illinois

 

Elijah Moody, CB, Long Beach Poly, Nevada

 

Thor Katoa, LB, Pine View (Utah), Utah

 

Jordan Morgan, WR, Southridge (Ore.), Arizona

 

Donald Lewis Jr., CB, Central (La.), Tulsa

 

Tim Quirkel, LB, North Little Rock, Tulsa

 

Deion Holliman, WR, Camden Fairview (Ark.), LA Monroe

 

D’Kwan Sandolph, WR, St. James (La.), Minnesota

 

Jalen Harvey, DT, Clay-Chalkville (Ala.), Syracuse

 

Cameron Knight, TE, Shallowater (Tex.), Texas State

 

Devon Rogers, ATH, Hilliard Darby (Ohio), Air Force

 

Travonte Junius, ATH, St. Vincent St. Mary, Akron

 

Newman Williams, LB, St. Vincent St. Mary, Akron

 

Colton Freeman, C, San Angelo Central (Tex.), Houston

 

Mason Bendigo, QB, Eureka (Mo.), Illinois

 

Akili Taylor, RB, Ready, Kent State

 

Tristan McClone, RB, Warsaw Community (Ind.), Army

 

Jason Fao, DT, Long Beach Poly, UTEP

 

Anthony Holmes, WR, Valley (Iowa), Wyoming

 

David Morrison, QB, Concordia Lutheran (Ind.), Ball State

 

Evan Martin, OG, Lee’s Summit West, Navy

 

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HSGameCenter Users Shine on Signing Day

Olathe South (Kansas) offensive guard signs with Auburn

 

By: Cameron Mellor
February 4, 2014

 

While the majority of high school seniors had decided where they would attend college in the fall, some top notch players had yet to decide, or make their college choice public, before National Signing Day. That all changed Wednesday as Signing Day came and went, signifying the deadline to fax in your letter of intent.

 

On NSD, one of the biggest names on many lists finally made it known where he’ll be, come the fall. That player is offensive guard and highly sought after Olathe South High School senior, Braden Smith.

 

 

Despite not knowing much on his decision, the general consensus on Smith was that he was down to three schools – Auburn, Texas A&M and TCU – with the reigning SEC Champions as the team to beat.

 

That premonition came to be true as the 6-foot-6, 275-pounder faxed in his letter on intent to the Auburn Tigers Wednesday afternoon, pledging his services for his college years. Smith, a two-way player for Olathe South, will turn his focus to offense as he looks to anchor a Tiger offense that nearly ran their way to a National Championship victory last season.

 

Smith had dozens of offers from Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) teams but did in fact narrow his choices down to A&M, TCU and Auburn before ultimately selecting the Tigers on a national broadcast.

 

"It was a very difficult decision because those are great schools," Smith said. "It was a close race for all three of them but I felt like Auburn was the best fit for me."

 

Smith joins fellow Kansas high school players and HSGameCenter users Henry McGrew (Blue Valley), Jimmie Swain (Olathe North), Austin Chambers (Shawnee Mission West) and Traevohn Wrench (Gardner Edgerton), as players to sign with FBS teams.

 

Be sure to follow along on Facebook or Twitter (@HSGameCenter) for up to the minute news.

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National Signing Day Report: Braden Smith

Congratulations to HSGC users across the state of Wisconsin

 

By: Cameron Mellor
January 28, 2014

 

As National Signing Day nears, signifying the culmination of a number of high school careers, we see no better time than the present to reflect on a terrific football season and continue to unveil the first-annual, All-HSGC Award Lists for the 2013 football season.

 

Working now on a state-by-state basis, the same extensive parameters and essential criteria were considered for the coveted list. The All-HSGC Awards signify excellence on the field of key offensive positions and defensive players as a whole.

 

The quintessential component of the list was basic and to-the-point – your team must utilize the HSGameCenter program being delivered by Digital Scout. From there, the grading criterion included, but was not limited to, yards and touchdowns, team winning percentage, percentage of team total offense and much more.

  

After careful deliberation and hours of scouring over statistics from programs across Wisconsin, the list of the first ever All-Wisconsin HSGC Awards are here.

 

All-Wisconsin Player of the Year:

Jacob Van Asten, Shiocton High School (14-0)

Quarterback No. 3

2698 total yards, 42 total touchdowns

 

All-Wisconsin First Team

Quarterback:

Charlie Grief, Marquette University School (8-4), No. 2

3238 total yards, 40 total touchdowns

 

Caleb Johnson, Kewaunee High School (11-2), No. 15

2511 total yards, 32 total touchdowns

 

Running Back:

Maxwell Praschak, Somerset High School (11-2), No. 29

1736 total yards, 30 total touchdowns

 

Drew Patterson, Hamilton High School (7-4), No. 34

1804 total yards, 25 total touchdowns

 

Wide Receiver:

Mike Thompson, Marquette University, No. 10

1335 total yards, 10 total touchdowns

 

Noah Stengal, Sheboygan North High School (1-8), No. 13

1047 total yards, 11 total touchdowns

 

All-Wisconsin Second Team

Quarterback:

Jacob Schmidt, Sheboygan North, No. 12

2263 total yards, 23 total touchdowns

 

Cooper Kerner, Northland Pines High School (6-4), No. 12

1944 total yards, 22 total touchdowns

 

Running Back:

James Hoffman, Clayton High School (5-5), No. 28

1663 total yards, 26 total touchdowns

 

Reegan Anderson, Almond-Bancroft High School (8-2), No. 14

2115 total yards, 25 total touchdowns

 

Wide Receiver:

Chris Cooper, University School of Milwaukee (6-3), No. 12

1031 total yards, 17 total touchdowns

 

Jesse Kleiman, Kewaunee, No. 26

1162 total yards, 14 total touchdowns

 

All-Wisconsin Third Team

Quarterback:

Collin McCarville, Port Edwards High School (5-4), No. 3

1324 total yards, 17 total touchdowns

 

Jordan Carlson, Robert M Lafollette High School (7-3), No. 12

1625 total yards, 17 total touchdowns

 

Running Back:

Aaron Dietmeier, Webster High School (10-2), No. 21

2010 total yards, 24 total touchdowns

 

Trevor Heit, Pepin/Alma High School (11-1), No. 23

1819 total yards, 23 total touchdowns

 

Wide Receiver:

Patrick Brouillard, Shiocton, No. 22

782 total yards, 13 total touchdowns

 

Sam Lacko, Northland Pines, No. 24

1061 total yards, 12 total touchdowns

 

All-Wisconsin Honorable Mention

Quarterback:

Alex Slowey, Westfield Area High School (7-4), No. 15

2208 total yards, 31 total touchdowns

 

Hunter Prokash, Algoma High School (9-1), No. 20

1683 total yards, 24 total touchdowns

 

Running Back:

Michael Tucker, University School, No. 23

1594 total yards, 24 total touchdowns

 

Isaac Tuttle, Glenwood City High School (7-1), No. 11

1551 total yards, 18 total touchdowns

 

Sam Koss, Algoma, No. 23

1552 total yards, 14 total touchdowns

 

Wide Receiver:

Weston Nelson, Sheboygan North, No. 3

931 total yards, 10 total touchdowns

 

J.K. Witkofski, Union Grove High School (2-7), No. 10

1313 total yards, 11 total touchdowns

 

 

All-Wisconsin Defensive Player of the Year

John Nuzum, Pepin/Alma, No. 33

71.5 total tackle, 33 solo, 15.5 tackle for loss, 5 sack

 

All-Wisconsin Defensive Honorable Mention

Conor Sheehy, Marquette University, No. 56

61.5 total tackle, 46 solo, 18.5 tackle for loss, 3 sack

 

Dexter Karban, Coleman High School (8-4), No. 42

61.5 total tackle, 43 solo, 18 tackle for loss, 1 sack, 1 interception

 

Aaron Dietmeier, Webster, No. 21

117.5 total tackle, 89 solo, 5 tackle for loss, 5 interception

 

Reegan Anderson, Almond-Bancroft, No. 14

63.5 total tackle, 49 solo, 9 tackle for loss, 2 sack, 3 interception

 

Daniel Wild, Sheboygan North, No. 15

60 total tackle, 59 solo, 10 tackle for loss, 1 sack, 3 interception

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All-Wisconsin HSGC Awards

Congratulations to HSGC users across the state of Indiana

 

By: Cameron Mellor
January 23, 2014

 

As National Signing Day nears, signifying the culmination of a number of high school careers, we see no better time than the present to reflect on a terrific football season and continue to unveil the first-annual, All-HSGC Award Lists for the 2013 football season.

 

Working now on a state-by-state basis, the same extensive parameters and essential criteria were considered for the coveted list. The All-HSGC Awards signify excellence on the field of key offensive positions and defensive players as a whole.

 

The quintessential component of the list was basic and to-the-point – your team must utilize the HSGameCenter program being delivered by Digital Scout. From there, the grading criterion included, but was not limited to, yards and touchdowns, team winning percentage, percentage of team total offense and much more.

  

After careful deliberation and hours of scouring over statistics from programs across Indiana, the list of the first ever All-Indiana HSGC Awards are here.

 

All-Indiana Player of the Year:

Chandler Carroll, Yorktown High School (10-2)

Running Back No. 25

2944 total yards, 37 total touchdowns

 

All-Indiana First Team

Quarterback:

David Morrison, Concordia Lutheran High School (9-4), No. 2

3503 total yards, 39 total touchdowns

 

Nick Sellers, Gibson Southern High School (13-1), No. 15

3202 total yards, 41 total touchdowns

 

Running Back:

Jacob Earl, North Vermillion High School (10-1) No. 22

1879 total yards, 34 total touchdowns

 

Connor Craig, Southridge High School (10-3), No. 25

2587 total yards, 30 total touchdowns

 

Wide Receiver:

Jake Minich, Concordia Lutheran, No. 7

1476 total yards, 14 total touchdowns

 

Griffin Scheller, Gibson Southern, No. 11

1176 total yards, 12 total touchdowns

 

All-Indiana Second Team

Quarterback:

Jake Hendershot, Tri-West High School (9-3), No. 8

3545 total yards, 36 total touchdowns

 

Riley Neal, Yorktown, No. 12

2708 total yards, 38 total touchdowns

 

Running Back:

Jaylin Bennett, Woodlan High School (8-4), No. 8

2431 total yards, 20 total touchdowns

 

Autry Pickens, Danville High School (3-8), No. 29

1861 total yards, 25 total touchdowns

 

Wide Receiver:

Colton Jobe, Tri-West, No. 3

1776 total yards, 14 total touchdowns

 

Jordan Kauffman, Lawrenceburg High School (7-3), No. 2

957 total yards, 12 total touchdowns

 

All-Indiana Third Team

Quarterback:

Brady Sheridan, Attica High School (8-4), No. 12

2519 total yards, 40 total touchdowns

 

Trevor Wilmore, Concord High School (9-3), No. 7

2530 total yards, 31 total touchdowns

 

Running Back:

Jacob Howdeshell, Rochester High School (8-3), No. 20

1891 total yards, 22 total touchdowns

 

Blake Dailey, Mississinewa High School (6-3), No. 25

1642 total yards, 23 total touchdowns

 

Wide Receiver:

Jacob Wagner, Yorktown, No. 10

1129 total yards, 12 total touchdowns

 

Riley Miller, Yorktown, No. 86

848 total yards, 13 total touchdowns

 

All-Indiana Honorable Mention

Quarterback:

Sam Fette, Lawrenceburg, No. 13

2136 total yards, 26 total touchdowns

 

Kyle Castner, Ben Davis High School (8-3), No. 11

1905 total yards, 24 total touchdowns

 

Brayden Woodard, North Vermillion, No. 12

2079 total yards, 28 total touchdowns

 

Running Back:

Tristan McClone, Warsaw Community High School (7-4), No. 20

1584 total yards, 18 total touchdowns

 

Logan Leiter, Leo High School (10-1), No. 12

1599 total yards, 16 total touchdowns

 

Trevor Ellis, Monrovia High School (5-6), No. 30

1635 total yards, 13 total touchdowns

 

Wide Receiver:

Jarrell Pointdexter, Concord, No. 14

1326 total yards, 14 total touchdowns

 

Greg White, Woodlan, No. 1

1354 total yards, 13 total touchdowns

 

Carson Davis, Attica, No. 10

841 total yards, 11 total touchdowns

 

 

All-Indiana Defensive Player of the Year

Albert Williams, Ben Davis, No. 93

63.5 total tackle, 51 solo, 22.5 tackle for loss, 21 sack

 

All-Indiana Defensive Honorable Mention

Nick Hall, Danville, No. 10

52.5 total tackle, 37 solo, 28 tackle for loss, 9 sack

 

Matt Basham, Rochester, No. 25

91 total tackle, 39 solo, 16 tackle for loss, 10.5 sack

 

Alex Campbell, Eastbrook High School (7-3), No. 34

111.5 total tackle, 87 solo, 17 tackle for loss, 7 sack

 

Logan Hale, Monrovia, No. 36

92.5 total tackle, 64 solo, 13 tackle for loss, 2.5 sack

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All-Indiana HSGC Awards

Congratulations to HSGC users across the state of Missouri

 

By: Cameron Mellor
January 16, 2014

 

 

As National Signing Day nears, signifying the culmination of a number of high school careers, we see no better time than the present to reflect on a terrific football season and continue to unveil the first-annual, All-HSGC Award Lists for the 2013 football season.

 

Working now on a state-by-state basis, the same extensive parameters and essential criteria were considered for the coveted list. The All-HSGC Awards signify excellence on the field of key offensive positions and defensive players as a whole.

 

The quintessential component of the list was basic and to-the-point – your team must utilize the HSGameCenter program being delivered by Digital Scout. From there, the grading criterion included, but was not limited to, yards and touchdowns, team winning percentage, percentage of team total offense and much more.

  

After careful deliberation and hours of scouring over statistics from programs across Missouri, the list of the first ever All-Missouri HSGC Awards are here.

 

All-Missouri Player of the Year:

Brock Broughton, Kearney High School (12-2)

Running Back No. 32

2841 total yards, 42 total touchdowns

 

All-Missouri First Team

Quarterback:

Drew Lock, Lee’s Summit High School (10-2), No. 3

3193 total yards, 38 total touchdowns

 

Trent Nally, Maryville High School (14-0), No. 9

2030 total yards, 35 total touchdowns

 

Running Back:

Dalvin Warmack, Blue Springs High School (14-0), No. 1

2467 total yards, 30 total touchdowns

 

Caleb Kizer, Palmyra High School (12-1), No.

1912 total yards, 27 total touchdowns

 

Wide Receiver:

Monte Harrison, Lee’s Summit West High School (13-1), No. 3

1550 total yards, 29 total touchdowns

 

Darius Shepherd, Blue Springs, No. 8

1559 total yards, 15 total touchdowns

 

All-Missouri Second Team

Quarterback:

Ian Brown, Blue Springs, No. 12

2409 total yards, 31 total touchdowns

 

Austin Hinck, Kearney High School (12-2), No. 9

2966 total yards, 30 total touchdowns

 

Running Back:

Adam Yancey, Eureka High School, (11-2), No. 31

1724 total yards, 21 total touchdowns

 

Brody McMahon, Maryville, No. 34

1841 total yards, 17 total touchdowns

 

Wide Receiver:

Nick Griffith, Park Hill South High School (7-5), No. 4

1112 total yards, 14 total touchdowns

 

Paul Silvio, Liberty North High School (9-5), No. 17

1252 total yards, 8 total touchdowns

 

All-Missouri Third Team

Quarterback:

Mason Bendigo, Eureka, No. 15

2511 total yards, 30 total touchdowns

 

Thomas Ganaden, Lee’s Summit West, No. 14

2546 total yards, 27 total touchdowns

 

Running Back:

Trey Parra, Webb City High School (14-1), No. 32

1419 total yards, 24 total touchdowns

 

Josh Drake, Raytown High School (5-6), No. 23

1874 total yards, 23 total touchdowns

 

Wide Receiver:

Connor Ratcliff, Parkview High School (5-5), No. 20

1412 total yards, 11 total touchdowns

 

Kiante Hardin, Webb City, No. 5

1018 total yards, 13 total touchdowns

 

All-Missouri Honorable Mention

Quarterback:

Brock Butler, Palmyra, No. 5

2118 total yards, 33 total touchdowns

 

Dalton Duane, Savannah High School (7-3), No. 7

2139 total yards, 24 total touchdowns

 

Running Back:

Charlie Mueller, Pembroke Hills High School (8-2), No. 4

1529 total yards, 20 total touchdowns

 

Kahluna Bouchard, Staley High School (6-5), No. 7

1584 total yards, 14 total touchdowns

 

Brett Geisz, Eureka, No. 7

1432 total yards, 22 total touchdowns

 

Wide Receiver:

Aliek Reed, Platte County High School (4-6), No. 8

1243 total yards, 14 total touchdowns

 

Caymen Metcalf, Lee’s Summit, No. 23

917 total yards, 11 total touchdowns

 

Zack Davis, Kearney, No. 22

999 total yards, 8 total touchdowns 

 

All-Missouri Defensive Player of the Year

Elijah Lee, Blue Springs, No. 11

57 total tackle, 57 solo, 18 tackle for loss, 9 sack, 1 interception

 

All-Missouri Defensive Honorable Mention

Bailey Sutko, Staley, No. 62

54 total tackle, 46 solo, 20 tackle for loss, 8 sack

 

Dennis McKinney, Staley, No. 91

49.5 total tackle, 37 solo, 14.5 tackle for loss, 9.5 sack, 1 interception

 

Austin Hightower, Palmyra, No. 59

52.5 total tackle, 22 solo, 21 tackle for loss, 4.5 sack

 

Eddie Morse, Lee’s Summit, No. 6

74.5 total tackle, 48 solo, 21 tackle for loss, 3 sack

 

Khalil Davis, Blue Springs, No. 95

50 total tackle, 50 solo, 20 tackle for loss, 5 sack

 

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All-Missouri HSGC Awards