Saturday’s games

Mount Union 71, Wilmington 7


The top-ranked Purple Raiders (7-0, 6-0 Ohio Athletic Conference) scored a season-high 71 points in their 110th straight regular-season win. The streak matches the one the Raiders accomplished from 1994-2005. Freshman quarterback Dom Davis completed 9-of-13 passes for 204 yards and three touchdowns to lead an offense that out-gained Wilmington (0-7, 0-6) 169-48 in the first half as the Raiders ran out to a 37-7 halftime lead. Mount Union running back Jawanza Evans-Morris rushed for over 100 yards for the first time in his career as he had 102 yards on 10 carries with a pair of scores. Braeden Friss had three catches for 66 yards and a score. On defense, Mount Union held the Quakers to 91 total yards. Safety Austin White had nine stops while Danny Robinson and Richard Morris each returned interceptions for touchdowns.

Westminster 16, Washington & Jefferson 10


The Titans (6-1, 4-1 Presidents Athletic Conference) defeated the Presidents (5-2, 3-2) for the the first time since becoming active NCAA Division III members. The Titans out-gained the Presidents 337 yards (233 rushing, 104 passing) to 262 (71 rushing, 191 passing). Titan juniors Dominique McKinley and Paul Columbo both surpassed 100 yards on the ground. McKinley ran for a season-high 126 yards, while Columbo tallied 107. Columbo also passed Joe Micchia (1987-89) for fourth place in career passing yards in school history with 4,630, after going 10 of 19 with 104 through the air. The Titan defense registered a season-high six sacks, led by junior CJ Armstrong with 1.5. Senior Bobby Noble, sophomore Miguel Luis, junior Tyler Beatrice and senior David Jamieson (Brookfield) each had a sack. Sophomore John Fitzgerald (Youngstown/ East) added a half sack. Senior Wayne Seamans and Armstrong each had a team-high seven tackles. Titan senior Justin Dahl finished three-for-three in field goals (39, 26, 40).

Carnegie Mellon 49, Thiel 33


Ryan Radke went 20-for-40 passing for 245 yards and a touchdown while tallying 106 yards on the ground and a rushing touchdown. Jaquan Hicks caught a game-high nine passes from Radke for 123 yards. Horvatits tallied six catches for 55 yards and a touchdown while Ryan Rowland reeled in three passes for 40 yards. Doak Walker Jr. paced the Thiel defense with 13 tackles. Randy Groves (New Middletown/Springfield) made 10 tackles out of the safety position. Jake Elk and Tyron Bynum recorded nine tackles apiece while Trey Andrews and Richard Proper (both collected eight tackles.

Wittenberg 40, Hiram 0


Akili Tate led the receiving corps of Hiram, posting a game-high 10 catches for 84 yards. Defensively, senior Kyle Burchett continued to top the North Coast Athletic Conference leaderboard in tackles, adding 15 more to his totals on the year.

John Carroll 56, Oberlin 0


The Blue Streaks backfield combined for 297 yards rushing and six touchdowns. Sam Kukura led the way with four rushing touchdowns, netting 74 total yards. Ro Golphin was the leading rusher with 98 yards and a score, and Arin Pruitt added a 62-yard scamper for a TD in the second half.

Associated Press