Concordia Cracks Win Column; Carroll, New Haven, Columbia City, South Adams Win (VIDEO)

By Dean Pantazi - 21 Alive

September 7, 2013 Updated Sep 7, 2013 at 11:55 PM EDT

UNDATED (21 Alive) - Concordia found the winning touch Friday night, Carroll and New Haven won big again, and Columbia City and South Adams post victories.

Jon Poore ran for 157 yards and two touchdowns and David Morrison threw for 242 yards and a pair of touchdowns to push Concordia to their first win, a 35-28 decision over previously unbeaten Wayne.

Keion Powers had three scores and 99 rushing yards for the Generals.

Drue Tranquill ran for 200 yards and five touchdowns on just eight carries as Carroll remained unbeaten with a 70-15 romp over Norwell.

Justin Tranquill added two more rushing scores for the Chargers.

Reggie Hayes on a catch and Jake Aschliman on a run had the Norwell touchdowns.

Ariest Vasquez ran for 99 yards and three touchdowns and Vance Shearer had two touchdown passes in New Haven's 54-0 win over DeKalb.

Bradon Myer ran for 133 yards with two touchdowns, and Drew O"Dell scored three touchdowns on just six carries to key Columbia City's 41-28 in at Bellmont.

Chase Ellsworth scored three touchdown for the Braves.

Derek Wanner hit Matt Nussbaum with the game winning touchdown pass with three minutes remaining as South Adams pinned a 22-19 loss on Bluffton

D'Wayne Eskridge scored twice for the Tigers.

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