McDaniel tops Catholic in 2nd OT

Hopkins moves to 3-0 with last-second field goal

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College football

September 18, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Meikos Parker scored on a 1-yard run and Jay Leonard kicked the extra point in the second overtime to give McDaniel a 37-36 win over Catholic in Westminster yesterday.

Leonard redeemed himself after missing his first extra-point attempt in overtime.

The Green Terror (3-0) tied the game on the final play of regulation when quarterback Brett Gibson, in for the injured Tom Wenrich, found Jamie Unger in the end zone for a 4-yard score.

The pass capped a 12-play, 64-yard drive that covered the final 2:19 of the fourth quarter. Leonard's conversion tied the score at 24.

Each team scored two overtime touchdowns, but the Green Terror blocked both Catholic extra-point tries in the extra session.

Parker rushed for a game- high 105 yards and three touchdowns.

Johns Hopkins 9, Carnegie Mellon 6: Junior place-kicker Ben Scott kicked a 24-yard field goal as time expired to lift the visiting Blue Jays (3-0) past the Tartans (2-1).

Bowie State 33, Livingstone 15: The host Bulldogs improved to 4-0 (1-0 in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association), their best start since the 1988 season.

Quarterback Lamar Manigo completed 12 of 18 pases for 169 yards and three touchdowns.

The Blue Bears dropped to 0-4 and 0-1.

Frostburg State 17, Montclair State 14: Defensive end Kevin Culbert blocked a 31-yard field-goal try by the Red Hawks' Vin Doffont with five seconds left as the host Bobcats (1-1) held on for the win. Montclair fell to 0-2.

Salisbury 44, Christopher Newport 24: The visiting Sea Gulls (3-0) piled up 444 total yards, including 404 on the ground, to beat the Captains (1-2). Salisbury also avenged a 35-24 loss to the Captains in the opening round of the NCAA Division III playoffs a year ago.

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