WAYNESBURG, Pa. – Tyler McGown threw for 175 yards and three touchdowns as Westminster earned a 30-10 win over Waynesburg.
Farrell grad Brice Butler had five tackles on defense for the Titans, who led 13-3 at halftime.
WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON 55, THIEL 0
GREENVILLE, Pa. — The Washington & Jefferson football team rolled to a 55-0 victory Saturday afternoon in a Presidents’ Athletic Conference game at Alumni Stadium at Stoeber Field in Mercer County.
The victory is the 16th straight for W&J in the head-to-head series with Thiel. The victory improves W&J to 6-2 overall and 4-2 in PAC play. The loss drops the Tomcats to 1-7 overall and 1-5 in league games.
W&J scored early and often in the decisive victory. The Presidents led 21-0 after the first quarter and took a 41-0 advantage into halftime. W&J tacked on two more third-quarter touchdowns to conclude the scoring.
CASE WESTERN 54, ALLEGHENY 7
MEADVILLE, Pa. – Behind another dominant performance from its defense and four passing touchdowns from senior quarterback Drew Saxton, the Case Western Reserve University football team defeated Allegheny College 54-7 at Frank B. Fuhrer Field in Meadville, Pennsylvania on Saturday afternoon.
With the win, the Spartans improved to 6-2 overall and 5-1 in Presidents’ Athletic Conference play, remaining just one game back in the loss column of conference-leading Carnegie Mellon. The Gators fell to 2-7 on the season and 1-6 in PAC contests. It was the first meeting between the schools since 2011 and their first meeting in the PAC since 1983.
Greenville High grad Levi Swartz had two receptions for Allegheny.
NO. 18 CARNEGIE MELLON 30, SAINT VINCENT 12
PITTSBURGH – The Carnegie Mellon University football team, ranked 18th nationally, hosted the Bearcats of Saint Vincent College on Saturday. The Tartans came away with a 30-12 Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) victory on Homecoming and Senior Day.
NO. 2 OHIO STATE 44, NO. 13 PENN STATE 31
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – The No. 13/13 Penn State football team (6-2, 3-2 Big Ten) dropped a back-and-forth decision to No. 2/2 Ohio State (8-0, 5-0 Big Ten), 44-31, in front of a lively crowd of 108,433 fans for the annual Penn State Stripe Out game.
Wide receiver Parker Washington had a career-high 179 receiving yards today to become just the second Nittany Lion in program history with two 100-yard receiving games against Ohio State, joining Jahan Dotson.
NOTRE DAME 41, NO. 16 SYRACUSE 24
SYRACUSE, N.Y.– The University of Notre Dame football earned a 41-24 victory over No. 16 Syracuse in the JMA Wireless Dome Saturday afternoon. Notre Dame piled up 246 yards on the ground with five different ball carriers, scoring three times.
Audric Estime led the ground attack with a career-high 20 carries for 123 yards and two scores. Logan Diggs added 85 yards on 20 attempts and scored his first rushing touchdown of the season.