going to Banks and one on the ground.
Sophomore kicker Brendan Paulison chipped in a 21-yard field goal to extend the lead for West Chester. With the Golden Ram defense shutting down the Clarion offense, Derr was able to capitalize right before the half.
Derr capped off a 10-play, 67 yard drive with a oneyear touchdown run to put 17 unanswered points on the scoreboard for a 17-0 at the half.
Clarion (4-7, 3-4 PSAC) would later answer by registering 10 points in the second half, including a 78-yard touchdown pass by Connor Simmons to Kevin Genevro in the fourth quarter.
However, the Golden Rams’ defense was the story of the game, forcing Clarion into five turnovers. Additionally, the squad only allowed 72 rushing yards. Four different members of West Chester’s defense recorded an interception, including Kevin Malone, who returned it 85 yards for a touchdown in his final game. Nydair Rouse recorded
his fourth interception of the season, while also adding a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. West Chester finished its 2016 campaign with a six-game winning streak against conference opponents.
GLENVILLE STATE 112, WEST
CHESTER 85 >> West Chester’s women’s basketball dropped its first game of the season to Glenville State, 112-85, as they kicked off the 31st annual Carol Eckman Classic inside Hollinger Field House Saturday night. Madison Torresin posted a career high 27 points for the Golden Rams in the loss. Additionally, she chipped in 10 rebounds for her first doubledouble of the season. West Chester (0-1) trailed for the majority of the contest as Glenville State’s up-tempo approach forced 35 Golden Ram turnovers. LINCOLN 66, GANNON 40 >> The Lady Lions (1-1) placed four players in double figures led by Amanda Okodugha’s 13 points. Brianna Logan added 12 points off the bench and was named to the All-Tournament Team. Jaeda Davis and McKenzie Spencer had 11 and 10 points respectively.
Gannon (0-2) was led by Maggie Mitchell’s 14 points
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CHEYNEY 63 >> Craig McGlond scored 15 points to lead the Cheyney University men’s basketball team, but Notre Dame College (Ohio), ended the game on an 11-5 run to come away with a 69-63 victory Saturday night at West Liberty University in the MEC/PSAC Challenge. The Wolves (0-2) tied the contest at 58-58 on two free-throws from McGlond with 3:06 remaining to play. The Falcons (2-0) responded with a 6-0 run to take a 64-58 advantage at the 1:25 mark. A free-throw and a jumper from McGlond cut the deficit to 6461 with 1:01 to play, but the Wolves could not get any closer. Cheyney jumped out to a 9-2 advantage to start the game on a three-pointer by Basir Fulmore, four points from Rafiq Marshall and a basket by McGlond. Marshall finished with 13 points, a game-high six assists and grabbed four rebounds. Fulmore and Imir Bailey added eight points and eight rebounds each and Amir Boney also pulled in eight boards and scored six points.
Bishop Shanahan players celebrate winning the first set against Archbishop Carroll at Harriton High School on Saturday.