CLARION 55, MILLERSVILLE 16
A steady barrage of touchdowns helped Clarion (1-1) to a 55-16 blowout win over Millersville (0-2) Saturday. Clarion used a balanced attack and scored on an interception return and a punt return in the win while Delrece Williams scored twice on the ground.
Clarion: PASSING: Connor Simmons 8-10-0 84 yards and TD; RUSHING: Delrece Williams 15-92 and 2 TDs; RECEIVING: Eric Frye 6-96 and TD; TACKLES: Julian Howsare 10; SACKS: Julian Howsare, Brandong Short 1.5; INTS: Connor Scott 1
Millersville: PASSING: Matt Misley 13-24-1 156 yards and 2 TDs; RUSHING: David Coats 7-34; RECEIVING: M. Patterson 5-60 and TD; TACKLES: Reggie Slaton 12; SACKS: Drew Seaburg 1; INTS: 0
SLIPPERY ROCK 56, EAST STROUDSBURG 24
Slippery Rock (2-0) used a high-powered rushing attack to topple East Stroudsburg (1-1) by a 56-24 score Saturday. The Rock gained 456 yards on the ground, more than ESU’s 412 yards of total offense. Shamar Greene and Teddy Blakeman both went over 100 yards and Blakeman scored three times on the ground.
Slippery Rock: PASSING: Zack Newsock 9-16-1 131 yards and 2 TDs; RUSHING: Shamar Greene 18-186 and TD, Teddy Blakeman 21-119 and 3 TDs; RECEIVING: J. Dutrieulle 2-55 and TD; TACKLES: Isaiah Coleman 9; SACKS: Marcus Martin 2.0; INTS: Derrick Fulmore 2
East Stroudsburg: PASSING: Matt Soltes 20-47-3 297 and TD; RUSHING: Robert Healy 15-86 and TD; RECEIVING: Jon Schnaars 4-80 and TD, Steven Jones 4-101; TACKLES: Anthony Singlar 17; SACKS: B. Gattelli 1.0; INTS: Teron Dobbs 1
GANNON 48, CHEYNEY 0
Gannon (2-0) just needed one scoring drive to take down Cheyney (0-2) on Saturday by a score of 48-0. Brock Jones provided four rushing scores and Gannon rolled easily. The Knights piled up 278 rushing yards in the win.
Gannon: PASSING: Liam Nadler 5-8-1 77 yards and TD; RUSHING: Brock Jones 25-119 and 4 TDs, Tyler Johnson 19-110 and 2 TDs; RECEIVING: Will Davis 1-54 and TD; TACKLES: Ke’Shaun Allen 6; SACKS: Luke Rankie, Matt Gawlik 1.0; INTS: Nico Mendleta, Kailan Chavis 2
Cheyney: PASSING: A. Mathis 3-5-0 20 yards; RUSHING: Khalil Rodgers 6-13; RECEIVING: Evan Beebe 3-22; TACKLES: Isaiah Fleming 19; SACKS: Isaiah Fleming 1.0; INTS: William Martin 1
BLOOMSBURG 24, CAL 21 OT
After scoring 11 points, including a 50-yard field goal as time expired, in the fourth quarter to force overtime, Cal (1-1) fell to Bloomsburg (2-0), 24-21 in extra time. Cal out-gained Bloomsburg, 389-232, but couldn’t stop Bloomsburg when it needed to.
Cal: PASSING: James Harris 24-31-1 252 yards and 2 TDs; RUSHING: Terrell Roberson 11-83; RECEIVING: Kowan Scott 3-82 and TD, Garry Brown 6-84; TACKLES: Branko Busick 12; SACKS: 0; INTS: 0
Bloomsburg: PASSING: Tim Kelly 4-16-0 68 yards; RUSHING: Eddie Mateo 24-106 and 2 TDs; RECEIVING: Lawrence Elliott Jr. 1-22; TACKLES: Justin Shirk 13; SACKS: Justin Shirk, David McFadden 1.0; INTS: Shawn Mitchell 1
SETON HILL 27, LOCK HAVEN 16
A 13-point third quarter lifted Seton Hill (1-1) over Lock Haven (0-2) by a 27-16 score. Seton Hill gained 193 yards on the ground and used a plethora of backs to get the job done. The Griffins also used two quarterbacks to add 202 passing yards.
Seton Hill: PASSING: Drew Jackson 14-24-1 119 yards and TD; RUSHING: Brandon Stout 21-85; RECEIVING: Logan Carns 4-66; TACKLES: Alex Attia 8; SACKS: Alex Attia 3.0; INTS: Josh Falatovich, D. Clemente 1
Lock Haven: PASSING: Caleb Walton 22-41-2 240 yards and 2 TDs; RUSHING: Beau Swales 14-28; RECEIVING: David Cook 8-123 and TD; TACKLES: Tony Ballon 9; SACKS: 0; INTS: D. Strawbridge 1
SHIPPENSBURG 47, EDINBORO 21
Shippensburg (2-0) used two big quarters to top Edinboro (0-2) by a score of 47-21. In a game which saw both teams air it out, the difference came on the ground. Edinboro managed just 46 rushing yards while Shipp piled up 246. Edinboro’s Cody Harris did, however, throw for 300 yards and two scores.
Edinboro: PASSING: Cody Harris 29-36-1 300 yards and 2 TDs; RUSHING: Nick Hall 4-31; RECEIVING: Darren Massey 11-161 and TD; TACKLES: Mike Shansky 9; SACKS: Jim Wilson, Domenic Principale 1.0; INTS: 0
Shippensburg: PASSING: Chris Lawshe 16-26-0 151 yards and 2 TDs; RUSHING: Blair Brooks 18-170 2 TDs; RECEIVING: Trevor Harman 12-133 and 2 TDs; TACKLES: Chavez Cheatham, Cortlin Dell 9; SACKS: Sean Sadosky 2.5; INTS: Brian Sourber 1
KUTZTOWN 44, IUP 7
IUP (1-1) couldn’t overcome a 20-7 halftime score as Kutztown (1-1) cruised to a 44-7 disposal of the Crimson Hawks. After taking a quick 7-6 lead off a Luigi Litsta-Brinza 1-yard dive, IUP would not score the rest of the game, surrounding five touchdowns and a field goal en route to its first loss of the season.
IUP: PASSING: Chase Haslett 10-32-2 98 yards; RUSHING: Izzy Green 1-36; Luigi Lista-Brinza 15-28 and TD; RECEIVING: Drew Carswell 3-46; TACKLES: Kevin Clarke 19; SACKS: Karon Gibson 1.0; INTS: 0
Kutztown: PASSING: Chad Barton 27-42-0 316 yards and 5 TDs; RUSHING: Darrell Scott 19-63; RECEIVING: Anthony Kelly 6-152 and 4 TDs; TACKLES: Sam Dougan, Zach Delp 10; SACKS: Steve Plousis, Sam Dougan 1.0; INTS: Tyler Pratt, English Peay, Drake Brumfield 1
WEST CHESTER 38, MERCYHURST 14
West Chester (2-0) scored 21 points in the first quarter to down Mercyhurst (0-2). The Lakers defense was no match for the passing game of West Chester as the Lakers gave up 306 yards and three scores through the air. A defensive touchdown for the Lakers in the second quarter wasn’t enough to turn the tides and eventually led to a Mercyhurst lost.
Mercyhurst: PASSING: Brendan Boylan 9-20-0 126 yards and TD; RUSHING: Brandon Brown-Dukes 15-39; RECEIVING: Jaquan Williams 3-75 and TD; TACKLES: Joe Denver 10; SACKS: Nick Slonac 1.0; INTS: K. Robinson 1
West Chester: PASSING: Sean McCartney 23-35-1 306 yards and 3 TDs; RUSHING: Brandon Monk 16-61; RECEIVING: Erick Brundidge 3-91 and 1; TACKLES: Andrew Cohen 7; SACKS: Andrew Cohen 1.0; INTS: Drew Formica 1
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