Saturday’s game

Mount Union 45, Capital 0


The Purple Raiders defense held conference’s top passing offense to 182 passing yards with five sacks, nine tackles for loss and 245 total yards. Safeties Brian Groves and Austin White (each had a team-best eight stops. Freshman quarterback Dom Davis made his first collegiate start and completed 16 of 22 passes for 326 yards with four touchdowns and engineered an offense that had 544 total yards. Braeden Friss had a career-best 143 yards on five catches with a touchdown. Senior running back Bradley Mitchell had 138 yards on 15 carries with a touchdown. Capital quarterback Thomas Wibbeler went 15-of-32 for 181 yards.

Westminster 52, Grove City 23


Junior Paul Columbo threw four touchdowns for the Titans (5-1, 3-1 Presidents’ Athletic Conference. Columbo went 10 of 17 for 204 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions. He found freshman D’Aundre Johnson (23 yards) and sophomore Bryson Paulinellie (54 yards) in the first quarter and junior Jaevon Hardy twice (41, 38 yards) in the second. Titans junior Dominique McKinley ran for 64 yards on 13 carries and a score. The Titans out-gained the Wolverines 429 yards (203 rushing, 226 passing) to 423 (119 rushing, 304 passing). Sophomore John Fitzgerald (East) and senior Bobby Noble (each registered a sack. Grove City is 0-7, 0-5.

Case Western Reserve 48, Thiel 21


Thiel quarterback Ryan Radke went 18-for-33 with 169 passing yards and two touchdowns. Radke ran 24 times for 142 yards and a touchdown. Sam Fitzpatrick caught five of Radke’s passes while DeShawon Bracy and Alex Horvatits reeled in four catches apiece. The linebacker tandem of Doak Walker Jr., Tyron Bynum and Jake Elk paced the Tomcats defense. Walker Jr. had a team-high nine tackles while Bynum and Elk tallied eight and seven stops, respectively. Randy Groves (New Springfield) also contributed seven tackles for the Tomcats (2-4, 1-3 PAC).

Muskingum 14, Baldwin Wallace 13


Sophomore quarterback Jake Hudson passed for 166 yards and a touchdown and ran for a game-high 80 yards. Hudson completed 17 of 30 passes for 166 yards with one TD and one interception. He also ran for 80 yards in 15 attempts. The top receiver was senior flanker Trevor George with five catches for 33 yards. Sophomore WR Chad Steinwachs had four grabs for 30 yards. The BW defense was led by junior outside linebacker Sam Groff with 10 tackles.

Wooster 34, Oberlin 30


Gary Muntean (Struthers) paced the offense with 323 yards of total offense. In the passing game, the junior completed 24-of-37 passes for 273 yards and a score with six of the completions, 85 of the yards, and the score going to Nick Cummings. Wooster (2-4, 2-3 North Coast Athletic Conference) rushed for a season-best 170 yards with Brandon Adams seeing the bulk of the fairly even distribution at running back. He finished with 14 carries for 65 yards and two touchdowns. Defensively, Marcus Bowers led the way with a career-high 17 tackles, marking the most tackles by a Scot since Mitchell Czerniak logged 18 versus Wittenberg University in 2014. Other defensive standouts included Kevin Komara (two sacks) and Patrick Johnson (interception). Oberlin is 0-7, 0-6.

Staff report