Hopkins rallies for 13-10 win

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College football

October 23, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Johns Hopkins got a 12-yard touchdown reception from Anthony Triplin and a 42-yard field goal from Ben Scott in the first 5:07 of the fourth quarter as the Blue Jays edged host Muhlenberg, 13-10, in the rain yesterday.

The Mules (3-4, 2-2) led 10-3 going into the fourth quarter.

The win, the 11th straight overall and ninth straight on the road for the Blue Jays (7-0, 4-0), secures at least a share of a fourth straight Centennial Conference championship for Johns Hopkins, which is 7-0 for the second time in school history (2003 was the other).

Bowie State 42, Virginia Union 14 -- Isaac Redman rushed 28 times for 202 yards and two touchdowns and Glenn Thomas had four receptions for 130 yards and two touchdowns to power the visiting Bulldogs (7-2, 5-2) past the Panthers (2-7, 1-5) in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association.

Randolph-Macon 34, McDaniel 10 -- Gamal Alwan (8-for-22) had three 1-yard rushing touchdowns for the host Yellow Jackets (2-5), who sent the Green Terror (4-3) to its third straight loss. Randolph-Macon's Reggie Moore went 4-for-4 in extra-point attempts and 2-for-2 for field goals. The Green Terror was held to three points for most of the game.

Salisbury 44, St. Peter's 16 -- Leroy Satchell had 25 carries for 188 yards and three touchdowns to power the host Sea Gulls (6-1) over the Division I-AA Peacocks (1-6).

Salisbury hadn't beaten a Division I-AA school since a 14-13 win over Davidson in 1989. The Sea Gulls are 10-16 all-time vs. Division I-AA opponents.

Frostburg State 45, Seton Hill 9 -- Shanorm Young ran 18 times for 127 yards and scored a career-high three touchdowns for the host Bobcats (4-3), who won for the third time in four weeks.

The Griffins (1-7) dropped their fifth in a row.

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