This battle between two nationally ranked teams, Warren Central and Ben Davis, featured two high powered offenses, but the defenses both stepped up, leading to a tense finish on a gusty night in Indianapolis.


Mykelti Williams
Warren Central


Raheim Whitlow

Warren Central

Raheim is a 4-year letterman in football. He is a 3-year academic honor roll student. As a starting inside linebacker, he was a member of the 2013 6A State Champion team. Raheim also volunteers for Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, and holds a 3.79 GPA. Accompanying Raheim tonight are his parents, Glen and Deanna.
Kyle Castner

Ben Davis

Kyle is a 3-year letterman in football and a 2-year starter. He has been involved in one sectional championship and two conference championships. He has been named all conference and IFCA All-State as a junior. Kyle holds a 4.85 GPA. Accompanying Kyle tonight are his parents, Jeff and Patty.


Jeff George Jr.

Warren Central

Jeff was a 2-year starter at QB for Warren Central, serving as Co-Captain and earning Offensive MVP during his senior season. Jeff was the MVP and Scholar-Athlete Winner in the 2013 Great American Rivalry Series match-up with Ben Davis. He led Warren Central to a 2nd half comeback to win the 2013 6A State Championship. Jeff and his father, Jeff Sr., became the first father-son duo to lead the same high school to IHSAA football state championships. He graduated in the top 20 percent of his class, and currently attends the University of Illinois.
Tim Wilbur

Ben Davis

Tim was an All-State QB and DB in the late 70’s for Ben Davis. As a senior in 1977, Tim led the Giants to an undefeated regular season, including a come-from-behind 28-27 win over Warren Central. Tim went on to become an All-Big Ten DB at Indiana University, playing an integral part in IU’s 38-37 Holiday Bowl win over BYU. Tim is a member of the Indiana University Football Hall of Fame.


Warren Central was led by their dynamic safety, Great American Rivalry Series MVP Mykelti Williams, who took over at QB during the final drive to lead Warren Central to their final touchdown, putting them ahead to the final score of 28-21. Williams finished the game with 2 rushing TD’s out of the Wildcat formation, and an interception.