• Final Week Of The Regular Season Has Conference Championships On The Line

    October 15, 2010 No comments

    Sectional play begins next week but the 2010 IHSAA football regular season will end tonight with some very important games that will decide a couple of conference championships that are still up for grabs.

    The Plainfield Quakers are in control of their own destiny in regards to the Mid-State Conference championship. The Quakers who are 6-2 overall and 4-1 in the conference travel to Greenwood where the Woodmen are 3-5 overall and 2-3 in the conference.  A Quakers win will assure them at least a tie for the conference championship with the Whiteland Warriors who go in to tonight’s game with an identical record. Plainfield owns a 17-14 victory over the Warriors who are at Decatur Central tonight. Should both Plainfield and Whiteland lose tonight and Martinsville defeats Franklin, the conference could see four schools tied for the conference championship.

    The scenarios are similar in the Hoosier Crossroads Conference where Hamilton Southeastern and Fishers are in control of their own destinies.  Both teams head in to tonight’s action with identical 7-1 records with the Tigers lone loss this season coming at the hands of the Royals. Fishers plays host to a 6-2 Brownsburg team who handed Hamilton Southeastern their lone loss of the year. The Royals play at 1-7 McCutcheon tonight and with a win will be assured at least another conference co-championship and could find themselves the outright champions should the Bulldogs beat the Tigers. A Royals and Tigers loss could throw the conference in to a four way tie as Avon will play at Zionsville tonight with both teams owning identical 6-2 records. The winner would then share the title with Hamilton Southeastern, Fishers and Brownsburg.

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