Columbus North brought the energy to the stadium to snap its four-game losing streak against Columbus East. Last season, the Bull Dogs blew a 10-point first half lead against the Olympians and were here to win. North scored the game’s final 21 points to rally from a 13-9 deficit and finished the game with a 30-13 victory.


Coleman Tennyson
Columbus North


David Redding

Columbus North

David will be a three-year varsity letterman and is expected to be a two-year letterman in varsity wrestling. Last season, David was chosen for the Class 6A All-State team by the Associated Press, Class 6A Junior All-State by the Indiana Football Coaches Association and first-team all-conference Indiana. He also was a regional qualifier in the 285-pound weight class in wrestling. David is a member of the National Honor Society and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He plans to attend Western Michigan University and major in Civil Engineering.
Brayden Burbrink

Columbus East

Brayden is a 2-year letter winner for the East Olympian Football squad. He was a valuable member of the 11-1 2016 Hoosier Hills Conference championship Football Team. Brayden has a 4.17 GPA and ranks 8th out of 374 in his graduating class. Off of the football field he is a member of the Future Farmers of America, National Honor Society and serves as an Ambassador at Columbus Signature Academy. Brayden will attend Purdue University next fall and major in Pre-Veterinarian Science.


Kyle Kamman

Columbus North

Kyle played in the Columbus North-Columbus East rivalry as the Bulldogs starting quarterback as a junior and senior. In 2010, Kyle completed 12 of 17 passes for 143 yards as CN prevailed 42-21. In 2011, Kyle ran for one touchdown and threw for another while completing 14 of 20 for 163 yards in a 45-40 triumph. At the end of that season, Kyle was named a Scholar- Athlete Award winner for the national Football Foundation. He went on to play in 18 games over three seasons as a member of the Ball State University Football Team.
Steven O'Neal

Columbus East

Steven O’Neal, as a senior captain for Columbus East last season, ran for 194 yards on 22 carries averaging 8.8 yards per carry while scoring 2-touchdowns, including a 63 yard touchdown run, during last year’s 28-21 victory over Columbus North. His lone reception of 5 yards gave Steven 199 total offensive yards during last year’s contest. Steven played a major role in last year’s 11-1 Hoosier Hills Conference Team Championship. He was also a valuable member of the track program ending his career advancing to the state meet in the 200 meter dash. Steven is continuing his football career at Marshall University.


The greatest rivalry in the state started to pick up when East took the lead in the opening 30 seconds of the second quarter. East’s Josh Major executed a play-action fake and hit Cam Wilson over the middle for a 33-yard touchdown. Sam Thomason’s extra point gave the Olympians a 7-6 lead. In order to regain the lead the Bull Dogs kicked a 33-yard field goal by Salle-Tabor with 3:12 left in the first half earning them a 9-7 lead. In the second half North kept executing plays while East had many turnovers and allowed North to pull away for the win. North’s win snapped a four-game losing streak against East, and it broke the Olympians’ 44-game regular-season winning streak. The victory cuts East’s lead in the series to 23-22.