Man's Teigan Hoosier (21) receives a block from Conner White (23) in the Hillbillies 69-0 win over Wyoming East on Sept. 22, 2023 (Photo courtesy of Dave Adkins/Dave's Sports Page).
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MAN Trey Ward had a pair of first-quarter touchdowns and Class A No. 5 Man bounced back from its first loss of the season rolling to a 69-0 win over Wyoming East last Friday night at George A. Queen Memorial Stadium.
Ward returned a punt 63 yards to start the scoring for the Hillbillies and returned an interception 56 yards for Man’s third touchdown of the opening quarter.
Corey Morgan scored on a 20-yard run and Aaron Vanover added a 31-yard run as Man led 27-0 after one quarter of play.
Teigan Hoosier had a 1-yard run, Devon Sanders ran in from 43 yards out and Vanover scored for the second time, a 6-yard run, to take a 48-0 lead at halftime.
Hoosier scored on a 26-yard run in the third quarter and Kaleb Mullins added a 20-yard run and Noah Maynard scored on an 18-yard run in the fourth quarter.
The Hillbillies finished with 478 yards of total offense. Hoosier rushed for 134 yards, Mullins ran 97 yards, Morgan added 72 yards on the ground, Vanover 55 and Sanders 47 yards.
Man rushed for a season-high 427 yards on just 34 carries and six different Hillbillies had rushing touchdowns led by Hoosier and Vanover with two each.
Colton Justice was successful on 8 of 9 extra point attempts and Landon Hale was successful on his only point after attempt.
Sanders was 1 of 4 passing for 28 yards and Vanover completed 2 of 3 passes for 23 yards.
Mullins had one reception for 28 yards and Morgan hauled in one pass for 18 yards.
It is the sixth most points scored in a single game in Man High School history and the first time since Sept. 17, 2019 that Man has scored 60 points or more in a game.
It is also the first time that Man has shutout three opponents in a season since the 2005 season.
Lee Hearn ran for 21 yards on nine carries and Chase Adkins completed 1 of 5 passes for 15 for Wyoming East, who had only 24 yards of total offense.