2016 Indiana high school football playoff scores – 2nd Round

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Indiana High School Football Scores

Playoffs – 2nd Round
Friday, October 28, 2016

CLASS 6A
Sectional 1
Crown Point 10, Lake Central 6

Merrillville 22, Portage 21

Sectional 2
LaPorte 17, Chesterton 7

Penn 35, Valparaiso 7

Sectional 3
Homestead 66, Ft. Wayne Northrop 31

Warsaw 23, Carroll (Ft. Wayne) 13

Sectional 4
Carmel 17, Hamilton Southeastern 14

Fishers 28, Noblesville 14

Sectional 5
Avon 39, Indianapolis Pike 20

Indianapolis Ben Davis 49, Brownsburg 13

Sectional 6
Lawrence Central 43, Indianapolis N. Central 13

Indianapolis Cathedral 41, Lawrence North 38, OT

Sectional 7
Warren Central 49, Franklin 17

Southport 20, Perry Meridian 13

Sectional 8
Columbus North 56, New Albany 6

Center Grove 62, Jeffersonville 6

CLASS 5A
Sectional 9
Mishawaka 43, S. Bend Adams 14

Michigan City 49, Elkart Central 33

Sectional 10
Goshen 49, Ft. Wayne North 7

Ft. Wayne Snider 56, Concord 3

Sectional 11
McCutcheon 29, Lafayette Harrison 12

Westfield 38, Lafayette Jeff 14

Sectional 12
Muncie Central 46, Anderson 14

Kokomo 24, Huntington North 0

Sectional 13
Plainfield 24, Indpls Tech 8

Zionsville 48, Decatur Central 23

Sectional 14
Columbus East 49, Martinsville 9

Whiteland 34, Franklin 0

Sectional 15
Bloomington South 38, Bloomington North 0

Terre Haute North 6, Terre Haute South 0

Sectional 16
Castle 21, Ev. North 14

Floyd Central 40, Bedford N. Lawrence 34

CLASS 4A
Sectional 17
Lowell 49, Hammond Morton 2

Munster 36, Highland 15

Sectional 18
Hobart 55, Kankakee Valley 21

New Prairie 28, Andrean 14

Sectional 19
E. Noble 40, Plymouth 22

NorthWood 44, Northridge 13

Sectional 20
Ft. Wayne Dwenger 56, Mississinewa 2

New Haven 51, Ft. Wayne South 19

Sectional 21
Indianapolis Roncalli 34, Lebanon 33

Greenwood 27, Mooresville 0

Sectional 22
Mt. Vernon (Fortville) 13, Pendleton Hts. 0

Delta 42, Greenfield 21

Sectional 23
E. Central 30, Franklin Co. 20

Seymour 43, Jennings Co. 0

Sectional 24
Evansville Reitz 34, Ev. Central 7

Evansville Harrison 42, Boonville 0

CLASS 3A
Sectional 25
Griffith 28, Rensselaer 21

Mishawaka Marian 43, Hanover Central 6

Sectional 26
Garrett 28, Culver Academy 0

Jimtown 27, W. Noble 3

Sectional 27
Ft. Wayne Luers 48, Peru 12

Ft. Wayne Concordia 47, Bellmont 7

Sectional 28
W. Lafayette 43, Western Boone 12

Twin Lakes 31, N. Montgomery 6

Sectional 29
Danville 21, Greencastle 14

Indpls Chatard 28, Tri-West 14

Sectional 30
Greensburg 63, Rushville 41

Lawrenceburg 44, Indian Creek 13

Sectional 31
Brownstown 46, Salem 10

Southridge 24, N. Harrison 7

Sectional 32
Ev. Memorial 48, Washington 23

Sullivan 42, Vincennes 14

CLASS 2A
Sectional 33
Whiting 21, N. Newton 12

Knox 12, River Forest 7

Sectional 34
Winamac 35, Oak Hill 14

Bremen 41, Manchester 6

Sectional 35
Churubusco 20, Whitko 6

S. Adams 20, Woodlan 14

Sectional 36
Eastbrook 31, Winchester 21

Elwood 60, Blackford 24

Sectional 37
Lapel 49, Indpls Park Tudor 18

Indpls Ritter 20, Indpls Scecina 0

Sectional 38
Milan 63, Indpls Howe 35

Triton Central 7, Eastern Hancock 0

Sectional 39
Mitchell 44, Cascade 12

Monrovia 56, N. Putnam 13

Sectional 40
S. Spencer 53, Eastern (Pekin) 15

Ev. Mater Dei 42, Providence 7

CLASS A
Sectional 41
Pioneer 62, Lake Station 0

North Judson 27, S. Central (Union Mills) 22

Sectional 42
Lafayette Catholic 27, Carroll (Flora) 7

Attica 36, Clinton Central 30

Sectional 43
LaVille 42, Culver 14

Southwood 39, Triton 20

Sectional 44
Adams Central 35, Shenandoah 24

Monroe Central 42, Tri-Central 0

Sectional 45
N. Vermillion 37, Covenant Christian 21

Fountain Central 38, Sheridan 7

Sectional 46
Indpls Lutheran 63, Tri 8

Hagerstown 55, Knightstown 10

Sectional 47
Eastern (Greene) 54, S. Decatur 37

W. Washington 64, N. Decatur 14

Sectional 48
Linton 56, N. Knox 7

N. Central (Farmersburg) 36, Perry Central 29

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