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12Sports D-II College Football Scores: Week 9

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West Virginia Wesleyan 40

Fairmont State 37 - OT

FAIRMONT -- Kasper Bernild hit a 41-yard field goal to lift West Virginia Wesleyan past Fairmont State, 40-37, on Thursday night at Duvall-Rosier Field.

Mike Anderson had a game-high 224 yards on the ground for WVWC. Jeremy Mussleman completed 17-of-30 passes for 234 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Bobcats to victory. LaVaughn Hughes hauled in seven catches for 95 yards and a score to lead the Bobcat receivers.

The Falcons outgained the Bobcats, 535-471 and held a nine-minute advantage in time of possession, but committed 11 penalties for 109 yards.


Charleston 26

West Liberty 9




Shepherd 45 

Glenville State 19

GLENVILLE -- Ninth-ranked Shepherd out-gained Glenville State 390-237 and took advantage of three turnovers to pick up a 45-19 win over the Pioneers on Saturday. 

After falling behind 7-0 after a blocked punt led to a touchdown for GSC, Shepherd rattled off 31-straight points going into the third quarter to put the game out of reach. Two of Glenville State's three turnovers came in the third quarter and led directly to touchdowns for the Rams.

Jabre Lolley rushed 17 times for 87 yards and a pair of touchdowns for the Ram, while teammate Allen Cross rushed for 99 yards on 22 carries. Quarterback Jeff Ziemba connected on 15-of-24 passes for 180 yards.

Rahmann Lee had 22 carries for a game-high 148 yards for the Pioneers. Glenville State had 137 rushing yards to become the first team to rush for over 100 yards against the Rams this season.


Notre Dame College 42

West Virginia State 16


Urbana 35

Southeast Missouri State 37 


UVa-Wise 6

Concord 44



Malone University 59

Alderson Broaddus 42

PHILIPPI -- The Malone University football team defeated Alderson Broaddus 59-42 in Saturday afternoon's Homecoming contest. The game featured over 1000 yards of total offense, despite a halftime score of 13-10.

The Pioneers (2-6) unleashed an aggressive running attack led by tailbacks Steven Niewiedzial and Justin Davis. Niewiedzial carried the ball for 134 yards on 15 attempts and Davis racked up 150 yards on the ground. MU rushed for 177 yards and averaged 7.1 yards per carry in the opening half, but finished the game with 434 rushing yards.

ABU won the turnover battle in the opening half, but a costly fumble in the second half and a 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown shifted the momentum in Malone's favor for the remainder of the game.

The Pioneers committed 12 penalties for 144 yards and edged the Battlers in the time of possession battle 30:28 to 29:32.

ABU wore No. 22 stickers on its helmets in support of South Harrison football player Dylan Jeffries who passed away in a tragic football accident last month. He was also recognized by the Battler Band during their halftime performance.

The Battlers travel to Hickory, N.C., next Saturday to face Lenoir-Rhyne University. Kickoff is set for noon ET.