Redman powers Bowie

state

He rushes for 103 yards in win over Va. State

Hopkins triumphs

November 02, 2008|By From Sun staff reports

Isaac Redman rushed for a team-high 103 yards and scored two touchdowns as host Bowie State beat Virginia State, 21-16, yesterday. The Bulldogs finished 5-4 overall, and 4-3 in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

The Trojans (5-5, 4-3) jumped out to a quick 7-0 lead at the 11:46 mark of the first quarter before Redman scored his first touchdown four minutes later to even up the score. Bowie took the lead for good on Clifton Budd's 73-yard punt return with 8:21 left in the first half.

Bowie controlled the clock in the third quarter, using up 10:09 to Virginia State's 4:51. Redman added his second touchdown run, a 6-yarder, with 11:45, to seal the win.

JOHNS HOPKINS 12, JUNIATA 0: : The host Blue Jays (6-2, 4-2 Centennial Conference) held the Eagles' offense to 171 yards and posted their second straight shutout victory and third straight win. Hopkins beat Ursinus, 14-0, on Oct. 18. Tucker Michels and Andrew Kase each scored rushing touchdowns of 6 and 46 yards to power the offense. The Blue Jays enjoyed a 228-65 advantage in total offense.

FRANKLIN & MARSHALL 20, MCDANIEL 0: : George Eager caught seven passes for 138 yards and a touchdown as the host Diplomats (4-4, 3-3 Centennial) shut out the Green Terror (2-6, 1-5). Franklin & Marshall remain unbeaten at home and recorded third shutout of the season.

WESLEY 36, SALISBURY 21: : The visiting Wolverines (6-1, 3-0 Atlantic Central Football Conference) held off a late rally by the Sea Gulls (7-2, 1-1) to lock down the win. Salisbury trailed Wesley by eight points with 10 minutes left in the game before the Wolverines answered with a 7-play, 58-yard drive to increase the lead to 15 points. In the end, the 429 yards of total offense allowed by the Sea Gulls proved to be too much for the offense to overcome. Salisbury passed for a season-high 149 yards and had 340 yards of total offense in the loss. The Sea Gulls, the nation's leading rushing team, were held to a season low 191 yards in the game. Salisbury was led by quarterback Ronnie Curley (4-for-14, 137 yards, one touchdown) who ran for a team-high 107 yards on 16 carries and one rushing touchdown.

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