Manchester Falls In New Home Debut; Leo, South Adams, New Haven, Columbia City, Carroll Prevail

By Dean Pantazi

September 3, 2011 Updated Sep 3, 2011 at 1:27 AM EDT

(UNDATED) - Indiana's NewsCenter) - Manchester's first game in their reborn stadium did not turn out well, but it was a good night for Leo, South Adams, New Haven, Columbia City, and Carroll in high school football Friday night

Tanner Andrews hauled in two touchdown passes and scored on a 69 yard punt return to lead Tippecanoe Valley past Manchester 41-14.

Preston Penrod had an 8 yard touchdown run and a 30 yard score on a fumble recovery for Manchester.

Trevon Carr ran for 100 yards and a pair of touchdowns as Leo moved to 3-0 with their 42-12 win at Adams Central

Ryan Leiter passed for three touchdowns, with two of those scores going to Gage Corner.

Dustin Wanner ran for 144 yards and two touchdowns in leading South Adams to their third win without a loss 32-13 over Bluffton.

The Starfires threw just one pass in the game and did not complete it, but ran for 305 yards on 34 carrries.

Te'Vaughn Hurse rolled up 252 rushing yards with four touchdowns as New Haven moved to 3-0 with their 40-14 conquest of DeKalb.

Connor Slavich ran for three second half unanswered touchdown and totaled 100 yard on the ground as Columbia City rallied for a 28-21 win at Bellmont .

Quarterback Grant Wilson ran for 190 yards and two touchdowns as Carroll won for the first time on the field in 2011 with a 21-6 victory over Norwell.

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