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  • Saturday, October 1, 2016 4:00 AM

    Tri-West 34, Southmont 7

    Southmont00070000 — 07

    Tri-West00130714 — 34




    TW: Jake Hill 18-yard run (kick failed); 7:20.

    SM: Hunter Chadwick 23-yard pass to Dawson Beck (Cole Rosas kick); 1:31.

    TW: Hill 46-yard pass to Peyton Hendershot (Adam King kick); 45.9.


    TW: Casey Coll 4-yard run (King kick); 7:57.


    TW: Derek Lucas 20-yard run (King kick); 7:38.

    TW: Sam Fulton 2-yard run (King kick); 3:43.



    First Downs:1414


    Passing Yds:58198


    Total Yards:256348




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  • Thursday, September 29, 2016 4:00 AM

    Controlling the clock and maximizing the possessions is the only thing on the mind of Southmont head coach Desson Hannum.

    “Tri-West (Hendricks) has athletes at a number of different positions.” Hannum said. “We want to try and make them one-dimensional as much as possible.”

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  • Sunday, September 13, 2015 2:15 PM

    If Danville’s head coach, Russ Sumner, wanted to show his young football team what it takes to become an elite squad, he found the right team to teach them. Unfortunately the lesson was a painful one at the hands of their cross county rivals.

    Defending State champion Tri-West defeated the Warriors here on Friday, 59-13, and held claim to the Helmet Trophy for the third consecutive year.

    The Bruins were paced by Junior quarterback, Jake Hill, who completed 12 of 21 passes for 266 yards, and three touchdowns.

    “We are pretty happy with the outcome, but obviously we are not satisfied with everything we did tonight,” said Bruins head coach Chris Coll. “[Danville] made it kind of tough on us inside. We missed some assign¬≠ments. But we have some big-play guys, and we were able to get some ‘home runs’ on them.”

    Those big plays came in the second quarter with the Bruins already leading 10-0.

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  • Saturday, August 22, 2015 12:15 AM

    The Sagamore Athletic Conference survived opening night of the football season with a decent 5-3 record -- however, the conference's lone state-ranked team fell from the top spot in Indiana.

    Tri-West came into Friday's showdown ranked No. 1 in Class 3A. West Lafayette was ranked seventh, so something had to give. That turned out to be the Bruins' defense as the Red Devils scored 43 points en route to a 43-23 lopsided victory.

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  • Tri-West Bruins Football
    Aug. 22 at West Lafayette L, 18-17 Map
    Aug. 29 at South Putnam W, 59-0 Map
    Sept. 5 Lebanon W, 11-5 Map
    Sept. 12 at Danville W, 28-6 Map
    Sept. 19 North Montgomery W, 37-6 Recap
    Sept. 26 at Frankfort W, 61-7 Map
    Oct. 3 Western Boone W, 20-13 Recap
    Oct. 10 at Southmont W, 56-0 Recap
    Oct. 17 Crawfordsville W, 63-14 Recap
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