Carroll Rebounds, North Side Gets Payback, Dwenger Gets Pounded, Snider, Homestead Roll Again

By Dean Pantazi

September 15, 2012 Updated Sep 15, 2012 at 12:20 AM EST

UNDATED (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Carroll got back on the winning track, North Side got payback from a year ago, Dwenger took a beating in Indianapolis, and Snider and Homestead each won big again Friday night.

Drue Tranquill and Jimmy Crumley each returned kickoffs for touchdowns, with Crumley's in the fourth quarter moving Carroll in front to stay in a 24-20 win over East Noble. Nic Weimer had 302 passing yards and two touchdowns, both to Brandon Mable.

C.J. Jackson ran for two touchdowns and passed for a third, while Anthony Linnear racked up 177 yards rushing with two touchdowns as North Side ripped Mishawaka 35-7, avenging a road loss to the Cavemen a year ago.

D'Marcus Moon ran for an early 19 yard touchdown that tied the game, but Indianapolis Cathedral replied with 35 unanswered points and pounded the visiting Saints 42-7.

Je'Norie Smith ran for three touchdowns as Snider pulled away in the fourth quarter for a 42-13 win over Concordia, who got a touchdown pass and a touchdown run from David Morrison.

Frank Martin ran for 108 yards and four touchdowns while Isaac Griffth caught a 68 yard touchdown pass and returned a punt 48 yards for another tally as Homestead broke open a close game early to top Bellmont 42-7.

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