Regional roundup Saturday’s games

Grove City 24, St. Vincent 14


Grove City (1-3) snapped a 33-game losing streak. Wesley Schools ran the ball 35 times for 177 yards and three touchdowns for the Wolverines. Randall Labrie threw for 154 yards and an interception on 14 of 23 passing. Grove City receivers Cody Gustafson had five catches for 81 yards and Matt Pennypacker had six catches for 50 yards. St. Vincent’s Damon Black Jr. had nine catches for 98 yards and two touchdowns. The Wolverines’ last win came in 2013.

Mount Union 55, Baldwin-Wallace 7


The No. 2 nationally-ranked Purple Raiders put up 544 yards of offense. D’Angelo Fulford completed 10 of 12 passes for 188 yards and three touchdowns. Freshman running back Josh Petruccelli led all rushers with 127 yards on 13 carries while junior running back Jawanza Evans-Morris had 102 yards on eight carries with two TDs. Sophomore wide out Justin Hill led the receivers with three catches for 62 yards and one TD. Jake Hudson passed for 72 yards for Baldwin Wallace.

Missouri S&T 48, Malone 21


Missouri S&T accounted for 605 yards of total offense. Miners’ running back Deshawn Jones ran for 154 yards and two touchdowns on 19 attempts. John Iacucci completed 18 of 27 passes for 319 yards and two touchdowns for the Pioneers. Ashton Dulin had 367 total yards including eight catches for 235 yards and two touchdowns, breaking the Malone single-game record for receiving yards and all-purpose yards.

Westminster 41, Bethany 14


Westminster ran for 282 yards on the ground, including a 77-yard run by sophomore Bryce Hill. Jametrius Bently and Dominique McKinley ran for 67 yards and two touchdowns a piece for the Titans. Westminster quarterback Paul Clumbo threw for 114 yards and a touchdown, including a 61-yard touchdown to Dyaln Goff. Geneva 33, Thiel 24


Thiel tied the game at 24 in the fouth quarter, but a blocked field goal sealed the game for Geneva. Nick Barca ran for 215 yards on 24 carries for Thiel. Tomcat’s Ronald Brown threw for 139 yards and two touchdowns, but was also intercepted once. Trewon Marshall ran for 219 and three touchdowns on 26 attempts.

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