WAYNESBURG, Pa. Ryan Gome ran for 136 yards and a touchdown in Saturday afternoon’s 31-20 Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) victory over Waynesburg University at John F. Wiley Stadium.
Westminster pushed its record to 2-2. Waynesburg fell to 0-4.
Saturday was Westminster’s eighth-straight win over Waynesburg, tying the longest streak in series history. It was the Titans’ fifth-straight win against the Yellow Jackets in Waynesburg.
GROVE CITY 21, NO. 14 CARNEGIE MELLON 14
GROVE CITY, Pa. — Junior quarterback Logan Pfeuffer ran for two scores and threw for a third touchdown while the Grove City College defense recorded a pair of takeaways Saturday night as the host Wolverines upended No. 14 Carnegie Mellon, 21-14, in Presidents’ Athletic Conference action at Robert E. Thorn Field.
ALLEGHENY 31, BETHANY 20
MEADVILLE, Pa. – The Allegheny College football team shook off a sluggish start and used big plays on both sides of the ball in the second half to defeat Bethany College, 31-20, on Saturday afternoon at Frank B. Fuhrer Field on Hall of Fame Weekend.
Led by another incredible performance by wide receiver Declan O’Brien, the Gators overcame an early 10-point deficit and pieced together a 31-3 run that bridged the final minute of the second quarter into the fourth quarter. O’Brien helped kickstart the Allegheny offense with a single-game career-high 214 receiving yards, fifth-most in program history, while extending his scoring streak to four consecutive games to start the 2023 campaign.
W&J 56, THIEL 14
WASHINGTON, Pa. – Sophomore wide receiver John Peduzzi (Hilton Head, S.C./Hilton Head Christian Academy) hauled in three touchdown receptions to help guide the Washington & Jefferson College football team to a 56-14 lead over visiting Thiel College in a Presidents’ Athletic Conference matchup Saturday afternoon at Cameron Stadium.
The win W&J improves to 4-0 this season while Thiel falls to 1-3 overall.
SAINT VINCENT 23, ALLEGHENY 19
LATROBE, Pa. — For the second week in a row, the Allegheny College football team saw a fourth-quarter comeback opportunity slip from its grasp in a one-possession loss to a Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) opponent.
On the road Saturday at Chuck Noll Field, the Gators (1-2, 1-2 PAC) dropped a hard-fought 23-19 decision to Saint Vincent College (1-2, 1-2 PAC). Allegheny trailed by 10 points in the third and fourth quarters, but a late spark offensively put a scare into the host Bearcats.