2012 Season Recap
The football team finished a strong 2012 season with a 9-3 record, while playing the second-toughest schedule among the state’s 63 Class 4A programs, and ended the regular season ranked number two in the Sagarin computer ratings, trailing only top-ranked Cathedral. Two of the three losses came to teams that eventually won state titles (Cathedral and Bishop Chatard). The nine wins were the program’s most wins since 2005 and included a victory over Class A state runner-up Scecina Memorial and late season road wins at East Central and Greenwood. The 20-13 overtime win at East Central in the regular season finale ended the Trojans’ 14-game home winning streak, which stretched back to August of 2010. The 35-14 sectional semifinal win at Greenwood represented the Woodmen’s only home loss of the season and the only time all season that they were held under 27 points. These wins helped the Rebels build an eight-game away winning streak, which is tied for fifth longest in program history. The Roncalli defense allowed an average of 15.8 points per game, which ranked fifth in Class 4A, and scored four defensive touchdowns. Junior quarterback Cam Smock entered the record books, setting new single-game marks for completions (29) and passing yards (468) in the Martinsville game. Senior Danny Ferry engineered the longest kickoff return in Roncalli history, running back a 99-yard kickoff for a touchdown in the Greenwood game.
Senior Mason Nickell was named first team All-State by the Associated Press and was also selected by the Indiana Football Coaches Association to the “Top 50” All-State team. Seniors Michael Clements and Luke Otley were picked to the Associated Press’ All-State honorable mention team. Junior Cal Scifres was named first team All-Marion County and first team Junior All-State. Eight Rebels were named honorable mention All-Marion County, including Nickell, fellow seniors Michael Clements, Luke Otley, Tyler Mullen, Joe Brown and Danny Ferry. Juniors Cam Smock and Aaron Schnell also were named honorable mention All-Marion County. Thirteen Rebels earned Academic All-State honors – Joe Brown, Michael Clements, Dylan Evans, Mark Fanelli, Wes Frye, Dan Harris, Nate Hollowell, Kyle Kedra, Joey Madden, Mike Madden, Casey Mouser, Tyler Mullen and Luke Otley.
- Second Semester Exams
Time: All Day
- (F) Baseball - Lawrence Central (AWAY)
Time: 5:30 pm
- (V) Tennis (Girls) - Regional @ Center Grove (AWAY)
Time: 4:40 pm
- (V) Track and Field (Girls) - Regional (AWAY)
Time: All Day
- Wannamaker Softball Concession Stand
Time: 4:00 pm
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