April 24, 2024

In the ever-competitive landscape of Southern Indiana high school football, Week 7 bore witness to individual performances that swayed the tide of games. From quarterbacks orchestrating their offenses with surgical precision to defenders locking down their territories, these standout athletes underscored their value on the gridiron. We’ve analyzed the metrics and dissected the plays to bring you the Southern Indiana Week 7 Top 10 Players.

Southern Indiana Top 10 Players for Week 7

  1. Larron Childers (Springs Valley Blackhawks) In an awe-inspiring performance, Childers bolted for 141 yards on a mere 4 carries, resulting in 2 touchdowns. That’s an astonishing average of over 35 yards per run! Add to that his 3 defensive tackles and 4 quarterback hurries, and it’s clear why he tops this week. His dynamic play was instrumental in Springs Valley’s commanding 68-7 victory over Tecumseh Braves.
  2. Bret Perry (Seymour) Perry showcased exceptional quarterback skills, racking up a phenomenal 360 passing yards on 24 completions. With 5 touchdown passes, he was the lynchpin of Seymour’s offense, propelling them to a dominant 56-32 triumph over Jennings County.
  3. Teagan Bennett (Lawrenceburg) Bennett was a rushing juggernaut, amassing 235 yards on just 16 carries and finding the end zone 4 times. An additional 48-yard reception highlighted his versatility, and his total contribution of 283 yards played a pivotal role in Lawrenceburg’s assertive 48-14 win against Rushville.
  4. Tanner Boyd (Gibson Southern) Displaying a masterclass in quarterbacking, Boyd threw for 278 yards with 3 touchdowns. His dual-threat capability was evident with an additional 58 rushing yards on 7 carries. His combined efforts were key in Gibson Southern’s resounding 45-6 victory over the Washington Hatchets.
  5. Jarrin Alley (Bloomington South Panthers) Alley’s arm precision was on full display, as he chalked up 330 yards with 5 touchdowns on a 19/23 completion rate. These impressive stats were foundational in Bloomington South’s commanding 49-14 win over Columbus North.
  6. Brayden Jones (Eastern Pekin) Jones demonstrated his endurance and rushing ability by garnering 160 yards on 31 carries, culminating in 2 touchdowns. His relentless ground game was integral to Eastern’s nail-biting 22-21 victory over Salem.
  7. Levi Oxley (Evansville Reitz) Oxley fortified Reitz’s defensive line, registering 6 significant tackles. Two of these were crucial sacks, pushing the opposition back 12 yards. His efforts played a major role in Evansville Reitz’s shutout 34-0 victory against Evansville Memorial.
  8. Keonta Barton (Evansville North) Barton stood out defensively with a mammoth 12 tackles, 1.5 for a loss, and 3 game-disrupting pass deflections. His contributions were foundational in Evansville North’s comprehensive 31-0 victory over Vincennes Lincoln.
  9. Brian Wall (Providence) Wall exhibited a sharp defensive instinct with 9 crucial tackles. His timely interception and a pass deflection stifled the opposition, aiding Providence in their 41-13 win against Milan.
  10. Corey Andrews (Linton) The Sophomore made his presence felt on both sides of the ball. Defensively, Andrews notched 9 tackles, 3.5 for a loss, and 1.5 sacks. On offense, his 5 pancake blocks set the tone, helping Linton achieve a decisive 40-0 victory against North Knox.

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