Frostburg routs Greensboro behind Henry's 4 TD passes Salisbury, Bowie win with 4th-quarter rallies

State

October 12, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Jason Henry threw four touchdown passes to tie a school record, and passed for 182 yards as Frostburg State routed Greensboro, 60-3, yesterday.

The host Bobcats (4-1) gained 554 total yards on offense, while Greensboro (0-6) managed just 160 yards of total offense and a field goal late in the second quarter.

The Bobcats broke open the game in the first quarter, scoring four touchdowns in the first 13 minutes and building a 48-3 lead at halftime. Henry threw three touchdown passes in the first quarter, including 52-yarder to Greg Cooper and a 74-yarder to ++ Brandon Walker.

Salisbury State 28, Chowan 17: Jamal Avery and MacArthur James each scored fourth-quarter touchdowns, as the visiting Sea Gulls (2-3) came from behind to win a nonleague game.

With Salisbury trailing 17-14 early in the fourth quarter, Avery put the Sea Gulls ahead for good, capping a 10-play drive with a 10-yard touchdown run. James then added another score with a touchdown run of 2 yards with 4: 49 left.

Chowan (1-5) broke from a 7-7 tie on a 6-yard run by Tim Carter early in the second quarter. But the Sea Gulls quickly tied it on a 90-yard punt return for a touchdown by Brian Doyle.

Bowie State 32, Elizabeth City 26: Ryan Pigford's 6-yard touchdown run with 1: 09 left propelled the visiting Bulldogs (3-3) to a comeback win. Bowie State rallied from a 26-14 halftime deficit for its first Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association victory.

V. J. Impallaria's 31-yard field goal with 3: 06 left in the third quarter started the comeback, and minutes later Ray Hawkins returned a punt 57 yards for a touchdown that brought Bowie State within 26-24.

Quarterback Greg Lee was 10-for-19 for 155 yards and a touchdown.

Pub Date: 10/12/97

Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.