Each year, this is a huge rivalry game between Harrison and Lafayette-Jefferson, two powerhouse programs that could put either team in the drivers seat of the conference. The teams met at 4 p.m. Saturday at Ross-Ade Stadium. Jefferson was hoping to avenge last season’s embarrassing loss.


Marquis Munoz


Kiefer Ekelund


Kiefer is a two-year letterman on the varsity football team and a two-year letterman in track and field. He is a two-time recipient of the Harrison football ACE award. Kiefer is an active member of his church’s youth group. He plans to attend Purdue University and pursue a degree in bio-engineering.
Jay Segal


Jay is three-year letterwinner for the Bronchos and is an outstanding baseball player as well. Jay is 26th in his class ranking with a 3.94 GPA. Jefferson High School is proud of Jay and all of his accomplishments thus far. He is the epitome of the meaning of student-athlete.


A.J. Rickard


Coach Rickard was the head coach of the Raiders from 1970-1998. He holds a career coaching record of 251-84-2. He was the Hoosier Conference sectional and regional champion for several years, and also holds a Class 4A Championship title. Coach Rickard was named the Hoosier Conference Coach of the Year 8 times. He coached for 36 total years, retiring in year 2000.
Dustin Keller


A four-year veteran of the Harrison vs. Jefferson rivalry, Keller was selected by the New York Jets in the first round of the 2008 NFL Draft after a successful collegiate career at Purdue. Keller led the Jets in receiving during the 2010 and 2011 season, while making back-to-back AFC Championship appearances. While at Purdue, he was voted MVP in 2007.


Jefferson scored on a 50-yard catch and run on the opening drive to set the tone of the game. The Jefferson Broncos were helped by the game MVP, Marquis Munoz, as he scored three touchdowns and had more than 200 yards of offense. Jefferson quarterback, Mathew Wilkerson, finished the game with 26 of 34 pass attempts for 306 yards. Harrison fought back late in the game scoring a touchdown, but it the game was out of reach at that point. Jefferson went on to win 49-39.