Hartman's 4 TDs tie marks in McDaniel's 34-0 romp

Johns Hopkins cruises past Carnegie Mellon

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College Football

September 19, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Senior fullback Jason Hartman tied school records for touchdowns in a game and rushing touchdowns in a game with four, leading McDaniel College to a 34-0 win over host Catholic yesterday.

Hartman rushed 15 times for 94 yards. His longest run was 35 yards.

Hartman's four rushing touchdowns tied the record set by Ray Evans in 1982 and matched by Rob Johnson in 1992. He also joins a long list of players who hold the record of four total touchdowns in a game, a feat last accomplished by Teron Powell against Susquehanna in 2001.

Broderick Maybank rushed for 100 yards for the second straight week, picking up 164 yards on 25 carries.

The Green Terror (2-1) finished with 347 yards on 61 carries. The Cardinals (0-3) never advanced beyond the McDaniel 40 except on their final drive, against the Terror reserves, who held on a fourth down on the 20.

Johns Hopkins 24, Carnegie Mellon 14: The host Blue Jays (3-0) opened a 21-0 lead in the first quarter to defeat the Tartans (1-2).

The Blue Jays' offense converted a blocked punt, a fumble recovery and an interception into touchdowns in the first 12 minutes of the game. The Blue Jays started drives on the Tartans 22, 35 and 30. None of the scoring drives lasted longer than 77 seconds.

T.J. Lyons rushed for a game-high 79 yards and one touchdown for the Blue Jays. Sophomore Matt Hagel led the defense with a career-high 13 tackles, including four for losses. He also collected the second interception of his career.

Montclair State 29, Frostburg State 14: Quarterback Mike Passero threw three touchdown passes and kicker Vin Doffont made three field goals as the Red Hawks (2-0) downed the visiting Bobcats (1-1).

Passero completed nine of 20 attempts for 153 yards, including a 74-yard touchdown pass to Steve Armstrong in the first quarter.

Senior cornerback Shawn Murray had two interceptions and lineman Darnell Webster had two sacks to lead the Red Hawks' defense.

Antoine Beale scored both Bobcats touchdowns, finishing with 82 total yards.

North Carolina Central 31, Bowie State 28: Brandon Gilbert kicked a 25-yard field goal with 1:48 remaining in the game to lift the host Eagles (3-0) over the Bulldogs.

The Eagles overcame a 14-point, second-half deficit to tie the game at 21 with 12:30 remaining in the fourth on a 29-yard pass from Adrian Warren to Toryeon Hester. Tory Ross gave North Carolina Central a 28-21 advantage at the 9:41 mark of the final period.

Bowie's Dwayne Payne capped a 10-play, 72-yard drive, leaping high in the left corner of the end zone, for an 8-yard touchdown, tying the score at 28 with 5:34 left in regulation.

Salisbury 7, Methodist 3: Mark Higgins caught an 8-yard pass from Travis Peters in the third quarter to lift the Sea Gulls past the host Monarchs.

The Monarchs scored on a 35-yard field goal by Patrick Larkin for a 3-0 lead in the first quarter.

Zach Armiger led the Sea Gull defense with four solo tackles and three assists. Leroy Satchell rushed for 144 yards on 22 carries to lead the Sea Gulls' offense.

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