TERRE HAUTE —
Players from Terre Haute North and Terre Haute South have earned all-conference honors in football in Conference Indiana.
Five players from North and two players from South are on the team and others earned honorable-mention accord.
WR — Keenan Franz (Bloomington South), Tim Jewell (Southport), Jaquan Keys (Perry Meridian, Drew Ludwig (Bloomington North)
OL — Zach Campbell (Sp), Tyson Clark (BN), Lucas Comer (Terre Haute North), Dillon Flynn (BS), William Matlock (Franklin Central), Z Stephenson (BN)
QB — Timmy Herrin (Terre Haute South), Luke Johnston (Sp), Conner Smith (PM), Jack Smith (BN)
RB — Aaron Austin (FC), Ricky Brookins (THN), Hunter Jastremski (BN), Christian Perry (Sp)
DL — Junior Berry (THS), Anthony Gayflor (FC), Jaylin Holmes (Sp), Ricky Scank (THN)
LB — Eli Eads (BS), Devin Green (BN), Wyatt Stoelting (THN), Luke Teague (Columbus North)
DB — Darius Bryant (Sp), Josh Holt (CN), Austin Massey (THN), Kai Stratten (THN)
Bloomington North — Brock Elmore, Alex Richardson
Bloomington South: Isaac Barrow, Dakota Thacker
Columbus North — Ezra Followell, Brice McDaniel, Weston Moore, Trevor Shutters, Michael Vogel
Franklin Central — Cody Duncan, Corey Durm, Robi Ford, Marcel Price, Derek White
Perry Meridian — Curtis Green, Daymeon Hamilton, Kaz Koehring, Cameron McSorley, Andrew Robinson, Collin Timmons
Southport — Blake Davis, Thomas Garrett, Dalton Harrell, DonDaycee Millbrook, Chinoya Phiri, Kevin Woods
Terre Haute North — Chris Barrett II, Forrest Lowery, Ryan Moshak, Zach Potter
Terre Haute South — Duane Deerwester, Jacob Johnson, Dickie Rollins
Coach of year — Bill Peebles, Southport
In other football:
• Landwehr picked again — Rose-Hulman quarterback Ryan Landwehr was named Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week for the third time this season, the league announced Monday.
Landwehr passed for two touchdowns and rushed for two more in a 42-14 win at Anderson on Saturday. He finished 26 for 39 through the air for 309 yards and rushed for 67 yards.
Landwehr needs 27 passing yards on Saturday at Earlham to move into third place on the single-season yardage list, and would need 336 yards to move into second place. Landwehr could also set a new single-season record for total offense with 195 yards at Earlham.
The Engineers, 6-3 and 6-1 in the HCAC, would earn at least a share of their first conference championship since 1988 with a win Saturday.