Hopkins falls in final minute

St. Lawrence wins, 21-20, on TD with :28 left

Frostburg shut out

state

September 24, 2006|By From staff reports

Brett Young caught a 6-yard touchdown pass from Matt Bezio with 28 seconds left to lift St. Lawrence to a 21-20 win over Johns Hopkins yesterday.

The visiting Blue Jays (1-2) took the lead with 3:41 remaining when running back Phil Roberts scored on a 9-yard touchdown run, but the Saints (2-1) drove 88 yards in 15 plays for the game-winning score.

St. Lawrence led 14-0 late in the third quarter behind two touchdown catches by Mike O'Donnell, who finished with five receptions for 136 yards.

Bezio was 16-for-26 for 267 yards and three touchdowns.

Roberts led Johns Hopkins with 25 carries for a career-high 162 yards and two touchdowns. His 19-yard touchdown run with eight seconds left in the third quarter cut the St. Lawrence lead to 14-6.

Anthony Triplin (Gilman) had 10 catches for 78 yards for the Blue Jays.

SUNY-Brockport 22, Frostburg State 0 -- Garet Lynch set a school-record with 262 yards rushing and the Golden Eagles rolled up 484 yards of total offense to rout the host Bobcats. Frostburg (0-3, 0-2 Atlantic Central Football Conference) couldn't find a rhythm on offense. The Golden Eagles (2-1, 2-0) forced three turnovers and held Frostburg State to 87 yards passing. Bobcat quarterback Josh Hager completed eight of 21 passes and threw two interceptions. Lynch gave the Golden Eagles the lead on a 7-yard touchdown run in the first quarter and scored on a 2-yard run in the fourth quarter. Shanorm Young (Poly) had 73 yards rushing for the Bobcats.

Montclair State 27, Salisbury 3 -- The Red Hawks scored 27 unanswered points after the visiting Sea Gulls took an early lead. Montclair running back Ryan McCoach ran for 176 yards on 32 carries and quarterback Michael Jump threw two touchdowns to pace the Red Hawks (2-1). The Salisbury quarterback duo of Justyn Lankford and Ronnie Curley combined for 127 yards rushing but managed just 22 yards passing. The Sea Gulls trailed 7-3 at halftime, but the Red Hawks took the opening drive of the second half 81 yards in nine plays, capping the drive with A.J. Letizia's 7-yard touchdown reception from Jump.

Livingstone 7, Bowie State 3 -- The Bulldogs (2-2) held the Blue Bears to just 106 total yards of offense but could not rally after Livingstone (1-4) took the lead in the third quarter on a 4-yard touchdown pass from Jason Mitchell to Michael Sullivan. The score came after a Bowie State fumble, which gave Livingstone the ball at the Bulldogs' 26-yard line. Nathaniel Queen ran for 130 yards on 30 carries to lead the Bowie State offense.

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