The 42nd annual IHSAA football tournament continues this week with regional action in class 6A and sectional championships to be decided in the remaining five classes. Can I get through all of them on tonight’s show? Tune in from 9-10 PM on Scott Spot Radio or Indiana Talks to find out! Scott Spouts Sports –
It looks like the road to the IHSAA football 6A state title runs through the Metropolitan Conference again. Of the 8 teams remaining, 4 are from the Metropolitan. Warren Central and Ben Davis will face each other next Friday. The Giants have all the weapons on offense. Warren Central boasts maybe the best defense in
6A – #4 Ben Davis Giants (8-2) at 6A – #7 Avon Orioles (8-2) – IHSAA Sectional Championship – 6:45 PM
The Class 6A – Sectional 5 championship is on the line tonight as the Avon Orioles look to capture their first sectional title since 2010 when they welcome back the Ben Davis Giants to Hendricks Regional Health Stadium at Avon High School tonight. The Orioles lost two games all season. They avenged one of those losses
In the long and storied rivalry that is Brownsburg versus Avon, it may be a surprise to some that since 1994 these two teams have only met four times in the playoffs. The series is tied at two games apiece with the Orioles winning the last meeting in 2010 in the sectional semi-finals 25-21. Avon
Sectional play begins this week in the 42nd annual IHSAA football tournament. I’ll have the call of the game between a pair of 6A rivals when the Avon Orioles host the Brownsburg Bulldogs. I’ll have a preview of that game as well as a look around the sectionals at some of the key games this
The Avon Orioles close out the regular season tonight with their destiny in their own hands in the race of the Hoosier Crossroads Conference crown. Tied with Fishers with identical 4-1 conference records, the Orioles can claim no worse than a share of the conference title with a win at Noblesville tonight. Avon learned on
The Associated Press Top 10 Indiana high school football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through games of Tuesday, October 21, 2014, rating points and previous rankings: Class 6A Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs 1. Carmel (20) 9-0 418 1 2. Penn (1) 9-0 358 2 3. Warren Central – 7-2 300 3 4.
Sectional pairings for the IHSAA football tournament will be announced this weekend but the Avon Orioles are still focused on a Hoosier Crossroads Conference crown when they welcome the Zionsville Eagles to Hendricks Regional Health Stadium tonight on Senior Night. The Orioles are tied with Fishers atop the conference standings with two games remaining in
The race for the Hoosier Crossroads Conference championship became a bit more crowded last week after the Avon Orioles knocked off conference leading Fishers 36-26. The victory also gave the Orioles control of their own destiny for the prestigious HCC title as Avon joined three other conference rivals with only one loss in conference play.
After a disappointing loss to rival Brownsburg, the Avon Orioles bounced back last week with an impressive 38 – 12 win against the host Whiteland Warriors. Quarterback Brandon Peters was directly responsible for four of the Orioles five touchdowns. Peters threw for 207 yards and a pair of touchdown passes to Andrew Griffin and ran