GROVE CITY, Pa. Sharon’s graduate Tylon Eilam had 101 yards receiving for Westminster, and five Redbank Valley graduates suited up in the Titans’ 24-17 win over Grove City.
Former Bulldogs Joe Mansfield and Coltin Bartley had one tackle each for Westminster, while Kobe Bonanno (3 tackles), Dalton Bish and Trenten Rupp were in action for Grove City.
Curtis Freyermuth (Cochranton) also had three tackles for Grove City.
SAINT VINCENT 52, ALLEGHENY 35
MEADVILLE, Pa. (Oct. 22) – Senior quarterback Brady Walker tied a career-high with five touchdown passes to lead the Saint Vincent football team to a 52-35 victory in an offensive shootout at Allegheny College.
With their second straight victory, the Bearcats improved to 3-2 in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference and 3-4 overall, while the Gators dropped to 1-4 in the PAC and 2-5 overall.
Greenville graduate Levi Swartz had three receptions for 66 yards for Allegheny.
WAYNESBURG 34, THIEL 8
GREENVILLE, Pa. (Oct. 22) – The Waynesburg University football team traveled north to Thiel for its only night game of the 2022 season. The Yellow Jackets had an enjoyable trip home after downing the Tomcats 34-8.
Saturday’s victory marked the first time since 2018 that the Jackets (4-3, 3-2) have won back-to-back games. That same season was also the last time Waynesburg tallied at least four victories in a campaign. Combined with last week’s win at Bethany, the Jackets have now won consecutive games on the road for the first time since 2014.
Thiel actually scored first on Jordan Collier’s 40-yard run in the first quarter, with Bradford grad Donny Pattison throwing the 2-point conversion pass. Pattison had five receptions for 33 yards from DuBois grad Alex Kovalyak, who threw for 209 yards. Reynolds grad Luke Faber had a team-high 10 tackles for Thiel.
NO. 18 CARNEGIE MELLON 41, GENEVA 0
PITTSBURGH, Pa. – The Carnegie Mellon University football team entertained the Golden Tornados of Geneva College in the 10th Annual Cindy Lackner Memorial game on Saturday night. The Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) contest saw the Tartans record a 41-0 shutout over the Golden Tornadoes.
CASE WESTERN 45, BETHANY 7
Behind a four-touchdown performance from senior quarterback Drew Saxton and another smothering performance by its defense, the Case Western Reserve University football team rolled to a 45-7 win over Bethany College on Saturday afternoon at DiSanto Field.
The Spartans have now won five of their last six games to improve to 5-2 overall, including a 4-1 mark in Presidents’ Athletic Conference play.