Johns Hopkins bows, 13-7, to Dickinson in 3rd overtime Pass-interference call sets up winning TD run

November 02, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

T. J. Doyle ran 1 yard for a touchdown in the third overtime to lift Dickinson to a 13-7 victory over Johns Hopkins yesterday in a Centennial Conference game in Carlisle, Pa.

Doyle, a starter at linebacker and a backup tailback, made five tackles and ran 12 times for 23 yards for Dickinson (5-3, 4-1).

A pass-interference call against Hopkins on third-and-11 at the 26 gave the Red Devils a first down at the Blue Jays' 11. Doyle's touchdown came two plays later.

Johns Hopkins (6-2, 4-1) had one more possession, but Jason Shoff pressured quarterback Wayne Roccia into throwing an incomplete pass on fourth down.

Hopkins' two other possessions in overtime ended with fumbles.

The Red Devils scored on the game's opening possession, driving 64 yards in seven plays, all on the ground. Ben Catanese scored from eight yards out.

The Blue Jays tied it with 9: 30 left in the fourth quarter on Adam Gentile's 1-yard touchdown run.

Hopkins hurt itself with three turnovers, including a fumble at the Dickinson 1 in the third quarter.

Quarterback Dan McGee led Dickinson's ground game, which totaled 282 yards, with a career-high 112 yards on 18 carries.

The Blue Jays held Dickinson to a combined 99 total yards over the last two quarters and three overtime periods.

Virginia State 31, Bowie State 22: Antoni Hawkins threw for 274 yards and three touchdowns and the Trojans scored three times in the second quarter of the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association game in Ettrick, Va.

Hawkins was 13 of 28 and was intercepted three times by Bowie State (5-4, 3-4). He opened the game with a 41-yard touchdown pass to Damon Thompson.

Lorenzo Carter's interception return of 35 yards for a touchdown was the Bulldogs' only score of the first half.

Bowie State managed to get within 28-22 early in the fourth quarter, on a 1-yard touchdown run by Greg Lee.

Pub Date: 11/02/97

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