2015 Indiana high school football playoff scores – Round 2

IHSAA

Sectionals

Friday, October 30, 2015

CLASS 6A
Sectional Championship
Sectional 1

Merrillville 28, Portage 21

Sectional 2

Penn 49, Chesterton 14

Sectional 3

Homestead 35, Carroll (Ft. Wayne) 26

Sectional 4

Carmel 28, Fishers 7

Sectional 5

Avon 27, Indpls Ben Davis 22

Sectional 6

Indpls Cathedral 35, Lawrence North 14

Sectional 7

Warren Central 54, Southport 17

 

CLASS 5A

Sectional Semifinal

Sectional 9

S. Bend Adams 41, Michigan City 28

Mishawaka 51, Elkhart Central 7

Sectional 10

Concord 28, Ft. Wayne North 19

Ft. Wayne Snider 42, Goshen 10

Sectional 11

Lafayette Jeff 41, McCutcheon 29

Westfield 42, Lafayette Harrison 22

Sectional 12

Huntington North 33, Anderson 29

Kokomo 20, Muncie Central 15

Sectional 13

Decatur Central 30, Plainfield 27

Zionsville 37, Indpls Tech 7

Sectional 14

Columbus East 28, Whiteland 14

New Palestine 70, Martinsville 6

Sectional 15

Terre Haute North 17, Terre Haute South 7

Bloomington South 44, Bloomington North 13

Sectional 16

Castle 44, Ev. North 0

Bedford N. Lawrence 17, Floyd Central 0

CLASS 4A

Sectional Semifinal

Sectional 17

Lowell 35, Hammond Morton 14

E. Chicago 26, Hammond Gavit 21

Sectional 18

S. Bend St. Joseph’s 42, S. Bend Riley 6

S. Bend Washington 35, Andrean 34

Sectional 19

NorthWood 43, Northridge 21

Plymouth 56, Dekalb 14

Sectional 20

Leo 41, Ft. Wayne South 8

Ft. Wayne Dwenger 37, New Haven 6

Sectional 21

Indpls Roncalli 28, Lebanon 14

Greenwood 29, Northview 17

Sectional 22

Pendleton Hts. 41, Mt. Vernon (Fortville) 7

Delta 49, New Castle 7

Sectional 23

Seymour 40, Silver Creek 21

E. Central 36, Shelbyville 25

Sectional 24

Jasper 24, Ev. Reitz 22

Ev. Harrison 54, Boonville 14

CLASS 3A

Sectional Semifinal

Sectional 25

Hammond 17, Griffith 14

Mishawaka Marian 41, Wheeler 21

Sectional 26

Culver Academy 57, Lakeland 28

Garrett 24, Jimtown 7

Sectional 27

Bellmont 38, Ft. Wayne Concordia 7

Ft. Wayne Luers 40, Yorktown 7

Sectional 28

N. Montgomery 37, Twin Lakes 0

W. Lafayette 34, Hamilton Hts. 21

Sectional 29

Indpls Chatard 14, Guerin Catholic 7

Tri-West 56, W. Vigo 13

Sectional 30

Lawrenceburg 35, Greensburg 27

Batesville 49, Indian Creek 22

Sectional 31

Southridge 44, Corydon 12

Brownstown 44, Charlestown 19

Sectional 32

Princeton 20, Mt. Vernon (Posey) 12

Gibson Southern 48, Sullivan 7

CLASS 2A

Sectional Semifinal

Sectional 33

Knox 41, N. Newton 6

Whiting 59, Gary Roosevelt 14

Sectional 34

Bremen 48, Oak Hill 0

Cass 21, Winamac 14, OT

Sectional 35

Whitko 34, Churubusco 27

Woodlan 14, Eastside 13

Sectional 36

Eastbrook 69, Taylor 14

Winchester 28, Elwood 0

Sectional 37

Heritage Christian 23, Speedway 7

Indpls Scecina 26, Indpls Ritter 22

Sectional 38

Triton Central 56, Centerville 0

Indpls Howe 34, Eastern Hancock 13

Sectional 39

Monrovia 42, Southmont 7

N. Putnam 40, Paoli 32

Sectional 40

N. Posey 41, Eastern (Pekin) 14

Ev. Mater Dei 41, Providence 7

CLASS A

Sectional Semifinal

Sectional 41

Pioneer 77, S. Newton 20

North Judson 56, Lake Station 0

Sectional 42

Attica 70, Lafayette Catholic 7

Clinton Prairie 50, Carroll (Flora) 0

Sectional 43

LaVille 41, N. Miami 7

Northfield 43, Southwood 13

Sectional 44

Adams Central 35, Southern Wells 7

Monroe Central 20, Tri-Central 6

Sectional 45

N. Vermillion 56, Riverton Parke 0

S. Putnam 26, Fountain Central 9

Sectional 46

Cambridge City 35, Tri 24

Indpls Lutheran 53, Indiana Deaf 0

Sectional 47

W. Washington 34, Eastern (Greene) 21

N. Decatur 32, Oldenburg 14

Sectional 48

Linton 63, Perry Central 7

N. Central (Farmersburg) 55, Tecumseh 22

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