CAL 56, SHIPPENSBURG 34
Cal scored 48 points through three quarters to eventually push ahead and win, 56-34. Cal QB James Harris had about as good a game as one could have, throwing for 444 yards and two scores with no interceptions.
Cal: PASSING: James Harris 24-33-0 444 yards and 2 TDs; RUSHING: Nick Grissom 19-139 and 3 TDs, Terrell Roberson 14-89 and 3 TDs; RECEIVING: Garry Brown 10-190, Kowan Scott 7-149 and 2 TDs; TACKLES: Spencer Lynn 8; SACKS: Kenny Wilkins 1.0; INTS: Caz Veal, Corey Ford 1
Shippensburg: PASSING: Chris Lawshe 30-52-2 372 yards and 4 TDs; RUSHING: Crhis Lawshe 17-72 and TD; RECEIVING: Trevor Harman 8-120 and TD, Sheldon Mayer 8-116 and 2 TD; TACKLES: Allen Holman 9; SACKS: 0; INTS: 0
GANNON 37, KUTZTOWN 28
Gannon managed to hold off a 21-point second quarter from Kutztown, scoring 14 points of its own in the final period for a 37-28 victory. Brock Jones paced the Knights with 177 yards and two touchdowns on the ground while QB Liam Nadler threw for over 330 yards and three scores.
Gannon: PASSING: Liam Nadler 25-38-1 331 yards and 3 TDs; RUSHING: Brock Jones 34-177 and 2 TDs; Justin Caliste 12-166 and TD, Jesstin Hamm 9-132 and TD; TACKLES: Mike Zanders 10; SACKS: Matthew Gawlik 1.0; INTS: 0
Kutztown: PASSING: Chad Burton 29-47-0 351 yards and 3 TDs; RUSHING: Darrell Scott 9-68 and TD; RECEIVING: Kellen Williams 8-138 and 2 TDs; TACKLES: Drake Brumfield 15; SACKS: Sam Dougan, Zach Delp 0.5; INTS: Darryl Mintz 1
IUP 21, LOCK HAVEN 16
IUP built on a 14-3 halftime lead and held off Lock Haven for a 21-16 bounce-back victory. Luis Lista-Brinza ran for 114 yards and scored twice in the win.
IUP: PASSING: Chase Haslett 14-20-2 176 yards and TD; RUSHING: Luis Lista-Brinza 25-114 2 TDs; RECEIVING: Drew Carswell 6-103 and TD; TACKLING: Kevin Clarke, Jerell McFadden 8; SACKS: Matt Mowad, Myles Catlin 1; INTS: 0
Lock Haven: PASSING: Caleb Walton 25-40-0 221 yards and 2 TDs; RUSHING: Caleb Walton 10-24; RECEIVING: Bernard Smack 7-60 and TD: TACKLES: George Christas 13; SACKS: 0; INTS: Kedar Hunter, D. Strawbridge 1
CLARION 27, CHEYNEY 6
Clarion scored 21 fourth-quarter points to take down Cheyney, 27-6. Delrece Williams again ran for two scores to lead Clarion as QB Connor Simmons also threw a TD.
Clarion: PASSING: Connor Simmons 12-17-0 191 yards and TD; RUSHING: Delrece Williams 18-83 and 2 TDs; RECEIVING: Matt Lehman 3-91, Mark Nicholas 3-49 and TD; TACKLES: Juilian Howsare 9; SACKS: Kwame Bell 2.0; INTS: 0
Cheyney: PASSING: Mike Campbell 10-19-0 130 yards; RUSHING: Jay Journigan 2-46; RECEIVING: Khalif Dandy 9-120; Jamil Williams, Keyson Dingle 8; SACKS: Joseph Bryant 1.0; INTS: 0
SLIPPERY ROCK 46, MILLERSVILLE 17
Generally known for offense, it was Slippery Rock’s defense which pitched a shutout for the final three quarters in a 46-17 victory over Millersville. Again it was Shamar Greene who impressed, rushing for 238 yards and three scores.
Slippery Rock: PASSING: Zack Newsock 30-44-1 247 yards and 2 TDs; RUSHING: Shamar Greene 23-238 and 3 TDs; RECEIVNG: Melvin German 5-86 and TD; TACKLES: Bob Vernick 13, Cody Conway 12; SACKS: Marcus Martin 1.0; INTS: Derrick Fulmore 1
Millersville: Matt Misley 21-45-1 217 yards and 2 TDs; RUSHING: Matt Misley 12-66; TACKLES: P.J. Santos 12; SACKS: 0; INTS: T.J. Richardson 1
EAST STROUDSBURG 47, EDINBORO 34
Edinboro couldn’t keep up with East Stroudsburg after falling behind 20-7 after one quarter and eventually fell, 47-34. Cody Harris threw for four scores and tossed no interceptions but it wasn’t enough for the Fighting Scotts as East Stroudsburg’s Matt Soltes threw for 502 yards and six TDs.
Edinboro: PASSING: Cody Harris 26-37-0 268 yards and 4 TDs; RUSHING: A. Williams 18-139; RECEIVING: Darren Massey 10-103 and 3 TDs; TACKLES: DeVon Groves 7; SACKS: Corey Beck, D. Principale 1.0; INTS: 0
East Stroudsburg: PASSING: Matt Soltes 31-45-0 502 and 6 TDs; Robert Healy 14-60 and TD; RECEIVING: Dusty Reed 9-170 and 4 TDs; TACKLES: Anthony Singlar 15; SACKS: Josh Przywara 2.0; INTS: o
BLOOMSBURG 38, MERCYHURST 22
Two 40-plus-yard interception returns in the second quarter for Bloomsburg put Mercyhurst in a hole it would never be able to climb out of, eventually falling, 38-22. While the Lakers struggled to find consistency in the passing game, running back Brandon Brown-Dukes went over the century mark with 102 yards.
Mercyhurst: PASSING: Brendan Boylan 18-32-3 173 yards and 2 TDs; RUSHING: Brandon Brown-Dukes 23-102; RECEIVING: R.J. Miller 6-82 and TD; TACKLES: Colin Kimball 9; SACKS: Mike Foster 1.0; INTS: 0
Bloomsburg: PASSING: Tim Kelly 14-25-1 91 yards; RUSHING: Eddie Mateo 14-117 and 2 TDs; RECEIVNG: Connor Gades 6-30; TACKLES: Dylan Spangler 8; SACKS: 0; INTS: Thomas Caberera, CJ Robinson, Bill LaBadle 1
WEST CHESTER 45, SETON HILL 10
A 38-0 West Chester lead by the middle of the third quarter was too much for Seton Hill to overcome and the Griffins fell, 45-10. West Chester used a balanced offense to rack up 546 yards in the win while Seton Hill had just 236.
Seton Hill: PASSING: Dan Pletrangelo 7-13-0 75 yards; RUSHING: Brandon Stout 20-97 and TD; RECEIVING: Jarvis McClam 2-26; TACKLES: Josh Falatovich 12; SACKS: Arthur Tsapdong 1.0; INTS: 0
West Chester: PASSING: Sean McCartney 16-28-0 261 yards and 3 TDs; RUSHING: Brandon Monk 11-101 and TD; RECEIVING: Erick Brundidge 6-166 and 3 TDs; TACKLES: Ronell Williams 9; SACKS: Mike Culbreath 2.0; INTS: 0
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