W. Md. receives break, not win, 14-13

September 15, 1991|By Jeff Fletcher | Jeff Fletcher,Special to The Sun WESTMINSTER

FROSTBURG — -- WESTMINSTER -- Western Maryland did not beat Albright yesterday, but certainly not for lack of trying.

"Albright did a good job controlling Frees," Sprague said.

McTigue scores 4 touchdowns; Frostburg beats Catholic, 29-7

FROSTBURG -- Rory McTigue broke four school records, rushing for 155 yards and four touchdowns yesterday to lead Frostburg State to a 29-7 victory over Catholic. Both teams are 1-1.

McTigue, a senior, set school records for career touchdowns (37) and career rushing touchdowns (35), breaking Rich Prather's marks of 34 and 32, respectively. McTigue's 93-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter was the longest run from scrimmage and longest scoring run in school history.

McTigue also scored twice from 1 yard out and once from 2 yards out. In addition, he punted five times for 155 yards.

Debraire Meekins scored on a 7-yard run for Catholic in the second quarter. Catholic quarterback Kyle Farnham completed 13 of 28 attempts for 124 yards.

C.W. Post 10, Salisbury 5


BROOKVILLE, N.Y. -- Guy Fatato recovered a fumble in the end zone and Mike O'Brien kicked a 25-yard field goal to lead C.W. Post (1-0) over Salisbury State (0-1).

Offensively, Salisbury State managed just Rob Grande's 27-yard field goal.

Montgomery-Rockville 31, Stevens Tech 7


ROCKVILLE -- Jesse Humphrey caught seven passes for 114 yards and two touchdowns, as Montgomery-Rockville (1-1) defeated Stevens Tech (1-1).

Rockville trailed, 7-6, at halftime, but the Knights' defense took over in the second half, shutting out the Steelers and causing two fourth-quarter turnovers that led to touchdowns.

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