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Arch Manning Breaks Eli, Peyton’s HS Passing Records

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The Texas commitment broke two long standing Isidore Newman High passing records, which happened to be help by uncles Eli and Peyton Manning. The seven touchdown strikes in a game also set a school record. Manning has completed 74 of 123 passes for 1,126 yards and 20 touchdowns without an interception this season.
Published 4 months ago

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Arch Manning breaks school records set by uncles Peyton and Eli

Arch Manning holds Newman HS records for passing yards and TDs, breaking marks set by uncles Peyton and Eli

4 months ago·United States
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Arch Manning breaks Eli, Peyton's HS records

Arch Manning broke Eli's career passing record and Peyton's career touchdown record at Isidore Newman School on Friday.

4 months ago·United States
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Arch Manning breaks Peyton’s and Eli’s high school records in the same game

Peyton, Eli, step aside. There's a new record-holder at Isidore Newman.

4 months ago·New York, United States
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Arch Manning Breaks Eli, Peyton’s HS Passing Records

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4 months ago·New York, United States
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Arch Manning breaks Uncle Peyton and Eli’s high-school records

Arch Manning already is outperforming his Super Bowl-winning uncles. Via ESPN.com, the son of Cooper Manning broke a pair of records held by Peyton an Eli Manning at their high school in New Orleans. In the same game, Arch Manning eclipsed Eli’s passing yardage record at Isidore Newman, and Peyton’s touchdown pass record. Any records [more]

4 months ago·Stamford, United States
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Arch Manning breaks records held by Eli and Peyton Manning

On3 Consensus No. 1 Arch Manning breaks uncles Eli Manning and Peyton Manning's long standing Isidore Newman records Friday night.

4 months ago
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