Regional College Football | Saturday’s games
Wooster 49, Allegheny 35
Struthers graduate Gary Muntean was 23 for 28 for 364 yards and four passing touchdowns for the Fighting Scots. On the ground, he nine carries for 27 yards and two touchdowns. Muntean is now third all-time at Wooster with 5,765 passing yards.
Westminster 28, Waynesburg 7
Canfield graduate Kimu Kim rushed for 26 yards and a career-best three touchdowns for the Titans. Westminster’s (1-1) ground game out-rushed Waynesburg 379-148. East graduate John Fitgerald made five tackles for the winning side.
St. Vincent 25, Thiel 22
Marcus Waddy pulled in a touchdown pass with three minutes left to play to bring the Wildcats within three points of tying the game. Thiel (0-2) attempted an onside kick on the ensuing kickoff, but St. Vincent recovered. Waddy hauled in five passes for 104 yards and three touchdowns in defeat. Ronald Brown passed for 174 yards with a pick and three scores. Jhanard Dorsett rushed for 135 yards and a touchdown for St. Vincent.
Washington and Jefferson 47, Grove City 7
GROVE CITY, PA.
Washington and Jefferson amassed its point total in three quarters. Presidents QB Alex Rowse threw for 316 yards and four touchdowns. Jacob Adams entered the game in relief and added 137 passing yards and another TD. Jordan West added two touchdowns on the ground for the winning team. Wesley Schools scored Grove City’s (0-2) lone touchdown in the fourth quarter on a two-yard run.
Hiram 63, Earlhan 41
Randy Tucker threw for 369 yards and scored eight touchdowns —six by air and two on the ground for Hiram (1-0). Isiah Jones rushed for 100 yards and a TD for the winners. Wesley Hundley threw for 226 yards and four touchdowns for Earlham. The two teams combined for 1,048 yards of offense.
Duquesne 45, Valparaiso 40
Duquesne (1-1) held a 45-28 heading into the fourth quarter before Valpo started making a comeback. The Crusaders had the ball with a minute to go before Brandon Stanback brought in the win-sealing interception. Tommy Stuart threw for 267 yards, three touchdowns and a pick. A.J. Hines ran for 88 yards and two scores.