Johns Hopkins stumbles on the road again 25-6 to...


November 03, 1991

CARLISLE, PA. — Johns Hopkins stumbles on the road again 25-6 to Dickinson

Johns Hopkins' road troubles continued, as it lost, 25-6, to first-place Dickinson (7-0, 5-0) yesterday in a Centennial Football Conference game. Hopkins (4-3-1, 2-3) is 1-3 on the road, 3-0-1 at home.

Quarterback John Guglielmo, who was intercepted five times, completed 19 of 42 passes for 225 yards.

Hopkins was out-gained, 343-37, on the ground. Dickinson was led by quarterback Stuart James, who rushed for two touchdowns and passed for another, and running back Alex Plomaritis, who rushed for 135 yards and a touchdown. The Blue Jays' only score was a 1-yard run by Paul Ferreri.

Frostburg 29, Norwich 17


J.R. Bosley, playing in place of injured fullback Rory McTigue, scored three touchdowns to lead Frostburg (6-2).

Without leading rusher McTigue, who sprained a ligament in his knee last week, Frostburg gained 181 yards on the ground. The Bobcats were led by Jimmy Carter, who gained 90 yards, and Bosley, who gained 51.

The Bobcats have won six of their past seven games.

Bosley, a junior, had three touchdowns this season before yesterday's game. Frostburg quarterback Mike Jones completed five of 13 passes for 114 yards.

Leb. Valley 15, W. Maryland 13


Lebanon Valley scored on an 83-yard return of the game's opening kickoff, then added a touchdown on a 98-yard reception.

Western Maryland (4-4) was forced to use freshman Jody Goane at quarterback in place of Paul McCord, who suffered a concussion last week in practice. Goane completed nine of 28 passes and was intercepted three times.

?3 Western Maryland has lost three games in a row.


Albany (N.Y.) 20, Salisbury 18


Salisbury State (1-7) finished its home season by losing its sixth game in a row.

Mont.-Rock. 50, Chowan 16


Scott Holden threw five touchdown passes and Montgomery College-Rockville forced 10 turnovers to rout Chowan.

Holden completed 20 of 20 passes for 248 yards in the game. Montgomery scored its final touchdown when Jessie Humphrey returned an interception 98 yards for a touchdown.

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