JHU routs Get­tys­burg, sets Cen­ten­nial record

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The Johns Hop­kins foot­ball team, ranked seventh in Di­vi­sion III, scored on six of its seven first-half pos­ses­sions to build a 38-0 half­time lead and de­feated vis­it­ing Get­tys­burg, 54-14, on Fri­day night to set a Cen­ten­nial Con­fer­ence record with its 34th straight league vic­tory. Western Mary­land (now McDaniel) won 33 straight from 1997 to 2001. The Blue Jays’ 34-game run is the sec­ond long­est ac­tive league streak in the na­tion in any di­vi­sion. Hop­kins (7-0, 6-0) scored a touch­down on each of its first three drives. The Bul­lets (2-5, 2-4) to­taled just 46 yards on their first five pos­ses­sions. The Blue Jays gained more than 300 pass­ing yards (320) and 200 rush­ing yards (206) for just the eighth time in school his­tory; seven of the eight have come since the start of the 2010 sea­son. Quar­ter­back Justin Ger­mano was 20for-26 for 242 yards and two scores and rushed for 25 yards and a touch­down. Ryan Cary rushed 15 times for 102 yards and two scores. In the process, Cary be­came the 26th player in school his­tory reach 1,000 ca­reer rush­ing yards; he has 1,096. NFL: The Wash­ing­ton Red­skins are putting 2016 first-round draft pick Josh Doct­son on in­jured re­serve with an in­jured left Achilles ten­don. Doct­son has missed the past four games af­ter mak­ing just one catch in each of the team’s first two games. Thewidere­ceiver wasthe 22nd over­all pick but has been trou­bled by the Achilles ten­don prob­lem since rookie mini­camp in May. Tight end Jor­dan Reed will miss Sun­day’s game at Detroit with a con­cus­sion suf­fered against the Ravens on Oct. 9. Reed sat out last week’s win over the Philadel­phia Ea­gles. Wide re­ceiver DeSean Jack­son, whose left shoul­der has been both­er­ing him, prac­ticed Fri­day af­ter sit­ting out Wed­nes­day and Thurs­day and is listed as ques­tion­able. MA­JOR ARENA SOC­CER LEAGUE: The Blast signed de­fend­ers Jereme Ra­ley (Mary­land) and Jor­dan Becker (UMBC) and traded mid­fielder Jinho Kim to the On­tario Fury for cash con­sid­er­a­tions. Ra­ley ap­peared in 12 games in his first sea­son with the Blast in 2015-16 and con­trib­uted two goals. Becker most re­cently played for the Rochester Rhi­nos in the USL. NBA: John Wall had15 points, 11 as­sists and seven re­bounds as the host Wash­ing­ton Wizards routed the Toronto Rap­tors, 119-82, in the fi­nal pre­sea­son game for both teams. Wall hit three of four 3-point at­tempts, and Wash­ing­ton shot 58 per­cent. The Wizards’ Marki­eff Mor­ris scored 19 points and hit all three of his 3-point tries. ... The Wizards waived guards Jarell Ed­die and Casper Ware and for­ward Johnny O’Bryant. SAIL­ING: Eight boats have signed up for the 2017 Annapolis-to-New­port Race, which will start June 2-3 on the Ch­e­sa­peake Bay, the Annapolis Yacht Club an­nounced. An early en­try dis­count will con­tinue un­til Jan. 15. For in­for­ma­tion, go to yachtscor­ing.com/emenu.cfm?eid=2982. MEN’S COL­LEGE SOC­CER: Se­nior Alex Crog­nale scored two goals on se­nior night to help No. 1 Mary­land (13-0-2) to a 2-1 vic­tory over vis­it­ing Hof­s­tra. Crog­nale scored in the fifth minute and in the 20th as the Terps ex­tended their win­ning streak to 10 games. Hof­s­tra, which had a 10-6 edge in shots, got a goal from Me­shack Eshun Addy in the 84th minute. Mary­land se­nior Cody Nie­der­meier (Broad­neck) made five saves. WOMEN’S COL­LEGE SOC­CER: Penalty kicks by Gabby Boehmer in the 72nd minute and Pres­lie Quar­anta in the 88th helped host UMBC (6-9-1, 2-4-1 Amer­ica East) to a 3-1 vic­tory over Bing­ham­ton (6-9-2, 2-5) on Thurs­day. Alexa Quar­anta scored the Re­triev­ers’ first goal in the 26th minute. The Bearcats’ goal came in the 81st minute. UMBC hadn’t de­feated Bing­ham­ton at home in the teams’ first 14 meet­ings. —

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