Hampden-Sydney picksup roadvictory
GREENSBORO, N.C. — Down 10- 6 in the second quarter to Guilford, Alec Cobb led a 15- 0 scoring run as Hampden- Sydney rallied to win 21- 18 on the road for its second straight victory.
After putting the Tigers ( 3- 2, 2- 0 ODAC) on top with a 14- yard pass to Patrick Kline, Cobb was picked off by Terry Singleton, who took the interception 30 yards to the end zone, giving the Quakers ( 2- 3, 0- 1) a 10- 6 lead.
Hampden- Sydney retook the lead with a 23yard pass from Cobb to Kline, and Cobb pushed the lead to 18- 10 on a 1- yard touchdown run.
Steven Hall, who had already missed two PATs, atoned by kicking a 28yard field goal to make the score to 21- 10.
Randolph- Macon 56, Bridgewater 24: Led by
Tre Frederick’s 269 yards on the ground, the Yellow Jackets ran past the Eagles for an easy win on the road.
To go with his prodigious yardage total, Frederick added four rushing touchdowns in the first half to give RandolphMacon ( 3- 2, 1- 1 ODAC) a 35- 10 halftime lead.
Eric Hoy added 93 yards on the ground to help R- MC total 449 yards rushing. He scored twice in the second half: on an 8- yard pass from Burke Estes in the third quarter and on a 61- yard touchdown run with 12: 10 to play in the game.
Malivai Barker rushed for 47 yards and three touchdowns for Bridgewater ( 3- 2, 0- 2).
Washington and Lee 28, Washington ( Mo.) 21: Jimmie Johnson and Matt Sgro each ran for firstquarter touchdowns as the Generals totaled 433 yards rushing, knocking off the visiting Bears ( 1- 5).
Sgro finished with three touchdowns on the ground and led Washington and Lee ( 3- 2) with 146 yards rushing.
Salisbury 17, Christopher Newport 7: Dandre Dennis and Brady Curley each ran for touchdowns as the Seagulls ( 4- 1, 4- 0 NJAC) totaled 281 yards rushing to down the visiting Captains ( 4- 2, 3- 2).
Southern Virginia 45, Apprentice 23: Simi Moala ran for 119 yards and two touchdowns, and quarterback Ty Jones added another rushing score as the Knights ( 1- 5) got their first win of the season with a victory over the visiting Builders ( 1- 4).
Shenandoah 47, Emory & Henry 24: Hayden Bauserman passed for 495 yards and five touch- downs as the Hornets downed the Wasps in Winchester.
Michael Ashwell led Shenandoah ( 4- 1, 2- 0 ODAC) with 139 yards receiving and Kevin Saxton led Emory & Henry ( 2- 3, 1- 1) with 272 yards passing with two touchdowns.
Huntingdon 27, Averett 7: Chip Taylor amassed
331 yards of total offense and accounted for all three of the Hawks’ touchdowns as Huntingdon ( 5- 1) defeated the visiting Cougars ( 3- 3).