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12Sports D-II College Football Scores: Week 5

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5

MOUNTAIN EAST CONFERENCE

West Virginia Wesleyan 32

Glenville State 35

GLENVILLE -- Glenville State raced out to a 28-0 lead in the first half and held off a late West Virginia Wesleyan rally to defeat the Bobcats, 35-32, on Saturday.

Glenville State had 144 yards rushing and 154 through the air. Rahmann Lee paced the Pioneers on the ground with 116 yards rushing and a touchdown. Quarterback Sean Steele was 14-of-27 for 154 with a pair of touchdowns and one interceptions.

Meanwhile, WV Wesleyan had just 37 yards rushing but quarterback Jeremy Musselman was 32-of-62 for 392 yards with four touchdowns but three interceptions.

Darren Elliott and James Johnson led GSC with nine tackles.

 

Fairmont State 17

Concord 34

ATHENS -- Concord out-scored Fairmont State 24-3 in the second half to defeat the Falcons 34-17 on Saturday afternoon at Callaghan Stadium.

Sophomore running back Calvinaugh Jones rushed for two touchdowns and a career-high 209 yards while junior cornerback Mike Carey intercepted two passes to lead the Concord to the victory.

Brian Novak completed 9-of-18 passes for 168 yards and one touchdown in addition to one rushing touchdown. Tony Miller was on the receiving end of Novak's touchdown-pass, a 33-yard reception in the fourth quarter.

CU had 406 yards of total offense, its best performance since gaining 417 yards at Shepherd last season. For the game, Concord held edges over Fairmont State in total offense (406-226), passing yards (168-107), rushing yards (238-119), first downs (17-13) and turnovers forced (3-2).

 

Charleston 9

Shepherd 28

 

West Liberty 14

Duquesne University 27

 

Urbana 62

West Virginia State 10

 

UVa-Wise 35

Notre Dame College 59

 

DIVISION-II COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Alderson Broaddus 20

Kentucky State 49

FRANKFORT, KY -- Kentucky State University scored 21 unanswered points in the second quarter to power past the Alderson Broaddus football team 49-20 in a weather-shortened contest Saturday.

The game was ended following the third quarter due to inclement weather.

The Thorobreds (3-2) punctuated six first half possessions with touchdowns. KSU quarterback Adam Robinson tossed two touchdowns and tailback Jac Lockett rushed for two scores in the opening half. Lockett rushed for 137 yards on 17 carries and three touchdowns.

Quarterback Wesley Nesmith started under center for the Battlers (2-3) and put together another solid outing. He passed for 165 yards and threw a 66-yard touchdown to senior receiver Preston Bailey in the second quarter. Bailey led all ABU wide receivers with 88 yards on two receptions.

Defensive back Malcolm Lee led ABU with 7.5 tackles, followed by James with five.

The Battlers travel to East Point, Ga., Saturday, Oct. 12 to face Point University. Kickoff is scheduled for noon ET.