BETHANY, W. Va. – Grove City built a 27-0 lead after the first quarter and 41-0 at halftime en route to a 55-7 win over Bethany, improving to 5-1 in the process.
Logan Pfeuffer threw for 209 and three touchdowns for the Wolverines, while West Middlesex graduate Clayton Parrish had 50 yards on the ground.
Redbank Valley alum Kobe Bonanno had a tackle in the win as well.
WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON 17, WESTMINSTER 14
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. — The Washington & Jefferson College football team scored all 17 of its points in the fourth quarter as the Red and Black rallied to knock off rival Westminster College in a Presidents’ Athletic Conference game Saturday afternoon at Harold Burry Stadium in Lawrence County.
The victory improves the Presidents to 5-1 overall and 3-1 in PAC play. The loss was the second straight for the Titans, who fall to 2-3 overall and 2-2 in conference games.
Farrell grad Brice Butler electrified the home crown early, returning an interception 77 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter. Butler finished with three tackles for the Titans, while Sharon alum Tylon Eilam had three receptions for 36 yards.
CASE WESTERN 45, SAINT VINCENT 21
CLEVELAND – Case Western Reserve University running backs Antonio Orsini and Gage Duesler combined for five touchdowns, and quarterbacks Drew Saxton and Ian Kipp combined for 345 passing yards, leading the Spartans to a 45-21 win over Saint Vincent College in front of a packed DiSanto Field crowd on Saturday for Homecoming at CWRU.
The Spartans will head into their bye week with an overall record of 4-2, including a 3-1 record in Presidents’ Athletic Conference play. The Bearcats dropped to 1-4 overall and to 1-2 in the PAC.
NO. 18 CARNEGIE MELLON 27, WAYNESBURG 20
WAYNESBURG, Pa. – The 18th-ranked Carnegie Mellon University football team continued Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) play with a 27-20 win at Waynesburg University on Saturday afternoon.
With 1:09 on the clock in regulation and a third-and-goal from the 10-yard line, Ben Mills found sophomore Dominic Voiland in the back corner of the end zone for a touchdown.
GENEVA 35, ALLEGHENY 21
BEAVER FALLS, Pa. – The Geneva College football team has become known for its running ability in recent years, but it was the passing game that got the Golden Tornadoes off to a strong start on Saturday afternoon in Geneva’s Homecoming matchup against Allegheny.
The running attack then took over in the second half as the Golden Tornadoes defeated the Gators, 35-21, in the first matchup between these two schools since 1979. The victory gets Geneva into the win column at 1-4 overall, 1-2 in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC), while Allegheny dropped to 2-4, 1-3 in the PAC.
Greenville grad Levi Swartz had four receptions for 79 yards for Allegheny, including a long of 41.