The nation’s No. 1 ranked sophomore high school quarterback Arch Manning and Newman HS (New Orleans) had a massive first quarter Friday night against Cohen (New Orleans) and won 76-0. Manning was 9 of 11 for 169 yards and five touchdown passes — all in the first quarter — before sitting the rest of the way as Newman led 46-0 at the end of the first quarter.
Manning, who played just five offensive possessions, had touchdown passes of 62, 7, 15, 14 and 17 yards and to four different receivers. Cohen dressed just 15 players in the game, according to MaxPreps. Even with the disparity in personnel, this wasn’t a fair fight at all. Cohen has now been outscored 224-0 this season.
That’s right, Arch Manning’s team played a team that hasn’t score a point through four games. Let that sink in for a minute. The last time Cohen scored a point was October 25, 2019. The Green Hornets have been blanked six straight games.
That didn't take long…@NewmanAthletes scores on the 1st play from scrimmage vs Cohen
62-yard TD pass from Arch Manning to John Charbonnet
Newman now leads 14-0 1st Q pic.twitter.com/SW5GOJ1P9a
— Varsity Sports Now (@VSNLouisiana) November 14, 2020
Arch Manning throws five touchdowns in one quarter, sits rest of way in Newman's 76-0 victory.🤯 @NewmanAthletes
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— MaxPreps (@MaxPreps) November 14, 2020