Taylor puts on show, Raiders 3-0

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Southridge senior quarterback Chase Taylor (5) totaled seven touchdowns Friday in a 55-21 win against North Posey.

Friday night was the Chase Taylor Show out in Huntingburg.

The senior Southridge quarterback was 9-of-15 passing for 147 yards and three touchdowns, and that was just through the air. Taylor also kept the ball 27 times for 216 yards and four more touchdowns to help the Raiders (3-0, 1-0) to a 55-21 win against Pocket Athletic Small School Division Rival North Posey Friday at Raider Field. Southridge totaled 600 yards of offense. The Raiders will be back at it Sept. 11 at another division rival in Pike Central.

Jasper 35, Evansville Reitz 14

The Wildcats (3-0, 3-0) walked into the Reitz Bowl on Friday against Southern Indiana Athletic Conference rival Evansville Reitz and took care of business The Panthers did tie it, 14-14, at one point, but Jasper scored three unanswered touchdowns to pull away and remain unbeaten on the year. The rushing duo of seniors Lance Dawkins and Blake Mann were on point Friday evening. Dawkins carried the ball 24 times for 176 yards and a touchdown. Mann ran 19 times for 149 yards and three scores. Jasper is scheduled on Sept. 11 to return home against Evansville Bosse.

Boonville 28, Heritage Hills 9

The Patriots (0-3, 0-1) led, 9-7, at one point against the Pocket Athletic Conference Large School Division Rival Pioneers. However, senior running back Devin Mockobee took over for Boonville. The Navy commit ran the ball 25 times for 290 yards and four touchdowns, comprising the vast majority of Boonville's offense. Junior quarterback Jacob Schmidt was 8-of-22 passing for 127 yards and a touchdown pass to junior Owen Schaad. Heritage Hills on Sept. 11 will be back at the Jungle in an effort to get its first win of the year against South Spencer.

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