BEAVER FALLS, Pa. – The Grove City College football team improved to 6-0 overall and in Presidents’ Athletic Conference play Saturday afternoon by rolling to a 48-21 road victory over Geneva at Reeves Field.
The Grove City defense held Geneva’s triple-option attack to 79 rushing yards and 213 total yards. The Wolverines also recorded their first defensive touchdown of the season as senior linebacker Cole DeFillippo returned an interception 36 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter.
Offensively, senior running back and West Middlesex High School graduate Clayton Parrish charged through the Geneva defense for a season-high 139 yards and two rushing touchdowns. Junior quarterback Logan Pfeuffer threw for 289 yards and three touchdowns while senior wide receiver Scott Fraser (Butler, Pa./Knoch) caught six passes for 149 yards.
WESTMINSTER 42, BETHANY 7
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.–The Westminster College football team racked up 459 yards of total offense and forced a pair of turnovers in Saturday’s 42-7 Homecoming victory over Bethany before a crowd of 3,812 at Memorial Field inside Harold Burry Stadium.
Westminster improved to 3-2 in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC), while Bethany fell to 0-5 in the league. The Titans are 9-2 in their last 11 Homecoming games and have won nine-straight games against Bethany.
W&J 35, ALLEGHENY 28
WASHINGTON, Pa. – Jacob Pugh tossed for four first half touchdowns to help the Washington & Jefferson College football team earn a 35-28 victory over Allegheny College in the annual homecoming game Saturday afternoon at Cameron Stadium.
The Presidents used a fast start to secure the victory on a cool, crisp fall afternoon in Washington, Pa. W&J wasted little time in reaching the end zone. The Presidents drove 75 yards on seven plays on their opening drive. A 10-yard pass from Pugh to Kobe Derosa capped the drive. Ricky Hunter tacked on the point after to give W&J a 7-0 advantage just 2:21 into the contest.
CARNEGIE MELLON 80, THIEL 22
PITTSBURGH – The Carnegie Mellon University football team hosted the Thiel College Tomcats 11th Annual Cindy Lackner Memorial game on Saturday night at Gesling Stadium.
The Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) contest saw the Tartans score the second most points in a single game in program history, as they won 80-22.