Central Indiana high school football: Top performers from Week 7

Matthew Glenesk
New Palestine High School sophomore Luke Canfield (13) runs the ball out of the backfield during the second half of an IHSAA high school football game at New Palestine High School, Friday, September 15, 2017. New Palestine won 41-21.

Here are some of the top performers from Week 7 around Central Indiana:

>> Dawson Anderson, Plainfield: The Quakers running back has been putting up big numbers all season, and Friday was no different. Anderson rushed for 279 yards on 37 carries (7.5 per carry) and scored three times in Plainfield's 31-26 win over Franklin.

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>> Toby Hiland, Danville: The senior signal caller continued his monster season — his first as the Warriors' starting QB — Friday night against Frankfort. Hiland completed 10-of-13 passes for 242 yards and six touchdowns as Danville cruised to a 69-0 win. Hiland has 28 touchdowns this season to just 2 interceptions. The Warriors (7-0) have one of the state's premier offenses, averaging 49.3 points a game, good for seventh-best in the state.

>> Jordan Garrett, Pike: Garrett passed for 292 yards and four touchdowns and rushed for 101 yards as the Red Devils pulled off the 28-20 upset over Center Grove. Garrett's 16-yard touchdown pass to Keith Allender with 3.7 seconds left sealed Pike's second win over a ranked opponent in the past three weeks. Over the past three seasons, Center Grove had outscored the Red Devils 152-27 combined in three comfortable wins. 

>> Luke Canfield, New Palestine: It was another big night for one of the state's top offenses. And at the forefront was Canfield, who scored five times in the Dragons' 66-21 win over Shelbyville on Friday. Canfield finished with 16 carries for 70 yards. He now has 1,120 rushing yards this season and 22 touchdowns.

>> Peyton Estes, Heritage Christian: A quarterback named Peyton putting up big numbers? Folks around here can get used to that. The Eagles quarterback, who was injured in late August, made his return in a big way Friday. Estes threw six touchdowns in the first half as Heritage Christian built a 49-0 lead over Northwest. The Eagles eventually won 55-6.