Hammond Quarterback Eric Schreiber Jr
Hammond quarterback Eric Schreiber Jr., left, missed two and a half games due to a concussion. He came back in Week 8 and will lead his 'Cats against John Glenn in Friday's Class 3A sectional semifinal.
A pass slips out of the hands of East Chicago Central's Martayveus Carter with pressure from Hammond's De'Shon Roberson during Friday's game.
Hammond's Ja'Vante Jones sacks East Chicago Central quarterback Carlos Fernandez during Friday's game.
Hammond's Anthony Fleming runs the ball with East Chicago Central's Carlos Fernandez in pursuit during Friday's game.
East Chicago Central's Kenneth Clark deflects a pass intended for Hammond's Derrick English during Friday's game at East Chicago Central.
East Chicago Central running back Martayveus Carter evades a tackle by Hammond players on a punt return during Friday's game at East Chicago Central.
Hammond coach Eric Schreiber coaches in Friday's game against East Chicago Central.
Hammond head coach Eric Schreiber Sr. talks to quarterback Eric Schreiber Jr. during Friday's game against East Chicago Central.
East Chicago Central coach Stacy Adams gives instructions during Friday's game against Hammond.
East Chicago Central running back Martayveus Carter carries the ball past Hammond's Ty'Sean McComb during Friday's game at East Chicago Central.
Hammond quarterback Eric Schreiber Jr. passes against East Chicago Central during Friday's game at East Chicago Central.
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