This may be the best time of the year for a football fan. College and NFL action is in mid-season form and perhaps most important of all, it’s high school playoff time! Every game means just that much more than the last and this is the time for the stars to shine. We have compiled a list of performances from last week that deserve to be recognized on a grand stage. We leave it up to you, the readers, to ultimately decide who had the best performance so share all around and get your votes heard. The poll will be open until Thursday November 3rd at 5:00pm. Without further adieu, here are the…
SISN Top Performers Sectional Semifinal Week 11
Chase Jones – RB Tecumseh
What can we say about this student-athlete other than he is good, real good. Chase consistently has some of the best performances in all of Southern Indiana. This past week in a huge game against North Daviess Jones amassed an almost immeasurable 357 yards rushing on 35 carries. Oh and not to mention 6, that’s right, 6 TD’s to go with one interception on defense. Chase done went off and had himself a game.
Will Jaisle – QB Batesville
In what many would call an upset, Batesville knocked off Indian Creek last week. They definitely proved me wrong. This win was thanks in large part to the play of Will Jaisle. He accounted for 172 yards through the air with 2 touchdowns. He added 126 yards and another 2 scores on the ground. He threw the go ahead touchdown to ultimately end the game for his Bulldogs and move on to the sectional final.
Tyler Adkins – QB Martinsville
Talk about having yourself a game. Red hot Tyler Adkins continues his great play with another performance for the ages. Adkins completed 17/19 balls for 338 yards and 4 TD’s. He was simply unstoppable against the BNL Stars.
Clay Conner – QB Boonville
Conner was instrumental in what is arguably the upset of the season. Clay’s Pioneers upended the Undefeated state champion contenders Reitz Memorial in a game that will be remembered in Boonville lore for a long time to come. Conner passed for 157 yards and one score while also running for 172 yards and 2 scores. Big game!
Josh Ringer – RB East Central
Ringer and the Trojans absolutely demolished their competition Friday night. By halftime Ringer accounted for 92 yards on the ground with 3 scores and 52 yards receiving and yet another score. Of East Central’s 6 first half touchdowns, Ringer accounted for 4 of them. Let’s just say the Trojans “Ringer” (pun intended) wasn’t needed after halftime. Imagine if he would have played the whole game.