North, Snider, Dwenger, New Haven Go To 2-0; Wayne, Heritage Score First Wins

By Dean Pantazi

August 25, 2012 Updated Aug 25, 2012 at 1:13 AM EDT

UNDATED (Indiana's NewsCenter) - North Side, Snider, Dwenger, and New Haven all remained perfect with wins, while Wayne and Heritage won for the first time Friday night.

C.J. Jackson threw four more touchdown passes, while Anthony Linnear scored four times, two receiving, one rushing, and one on an interception, in North Side's 51-25 win over Huntington North.

Brandon Phelps tossed three touchdown passes while Je'Norie Smith and Tyrell Swain each rushed for over a hundred yards and a score as Snider took care of South Side 56-25.

D'Marcus Moore ran for a score and Cody Miller threw for another as Bishop Dwenger raced to a 21-0 lead and held on for a 21-14 win over Concordia.

A Jaylon Thomas to Keion Powers 60 yard touchdown pass play got Wayne started to a 28-7 win at South Bend Riley.

Wil Knapke ran for 126 yards and three touchdowns while Connor Sheehan threw for 311 yards and two scores as Heritage bested Norwell 40-14 despite 117 yards and a touchdown from Piercen Harnish of the Knights.

Anthony Moore had 121 yards on the ground with two touchdowns and Kevin Ware had two touchdown passes in New Haven's 66-18 trouncing of Woodlan.

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