Hopkins defeats F&M for eighth straight time, 20-14

Salisbury stays unbeaten as defense scores 3 times


College Football

October 10, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

T.J. Lyons scored two touchdowns, including the game-winner, rushed for 173 yards and made six receptions for 83 yards to power Johns Hopkins past Franklin & Marshall, 20-14, in Lancaster, Pa,. yesterday.

The win was the Blue Jays' eighth straight over the Diplomats (4-2, 1-1 Centennial Conference).

Trailing 14-13 with 2:49 left in the first half, the Blue Jays (4-1, 1-1) put together a 10-play, 88-yard drive capped by Lyons' 5-yard touchdown run.

Lyons rushed 20 times for 132 yards in the first half, when all the scoring took place.

The Diplomats went ahead 7-0 on a 79-yard touchdown pass from Jeff Harner to Derek Boyce on the first play of the game. The Blue Jays' Ben Scott made a 31-yard field goal with 4:34 left in the first quarter. On its next possession, Johns Hopkins took a 10-7 lead on a 38-yard touchdown pass from Zach DiIonno to Lyons.

Salisbury 40, Buffalo State 6: The defense came up with three scores and kicker Brian Boland went 3-for-3 on field goals and 3-for-3 on extra-point attempts as the Sea Gulls (6-0, 3-0 Atlantic Central Football Conference) downed the host Bengals (1-5, 1-2).

Linebacker Jacques McCray blocked a punt in the end zone for a 7-0 Salisbury lead with 6:47 left in the first quarter.

Defensive end Zach Arminger had a safety in the second quarter, and cornerback Bryan Westbrook scored on an 80-yard interception return in the fourth.

Boland made field goals of 37, 22 and 27 yards.

The Sea Gulls have won four games this season by 40 or more points.

McDaniel 31, Gettysburg 0: Brad Baer ran 69 yards on the first play of the game as the host Green Terror (4-1, 2-0 Centennial Conference) blanked the Bullets (0-5, 0-1).

Baer finished with a career high of 166 yards on 15 carries. Broderick Maybank ran for 155 yards, scoring a touchdown on a 59-yard run.

McDaniel held Gettysburg to 150 yards of total offense and intercepted three passes.

Meikos Parker and Jason Hartman ran for two more touchdowns for McDaniel.

Wesley 22, Frostburg 0: The Wolverines (4-1, 2-0 Atlantic Central Football Conference) scored 16 points in the third quarter to break open the game against the host Bobcats (1-4, 1-3).

Frostburg was shut out for the first time since a 9-0 loss at Apprentice Oct. 29, 1988, a span of 162 games. It was also the Bobcats' first shutout loss at home since a 49-0 defeat to Dayton Oct. 24, 1987.

The first half was a defensive struggle, with Wesley holding a 3-0 lead at the break on a 22-yard field goal by Chris Carlton with 5:58 left in the second quarter.

Elizabeth City State 11, Bowie State 0: Kevin Dodson made three field goals (35, 41 and 36 yards) as the Vikings (3-4, 2-3 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association) blanked the host Bulldogs (3-4, 2-3).

Elizabeth City State scored its first points on a safety in the second quarter when Bowie State snapped the football over the head of its punter and out of the end zone.

Bowie State never got into the red zone. The furthest the Bulldogs drove was to the Vikings' 30-yard line in the third quarter.

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