JD Abbott ran for 86 yards and three touchdowns as Johns Hopkins (4-0), ranked No. 13 in Division III, beat Muhlenberg, 45-13, on Saturday at Homewood Field.
Quarterback Robbie Matey went 25-for-30 for 265 yards for Hopkins, which is averaging almost 40 points per game and has had at least 485 offensive yards for four straight weeks.
The Blue Jays have won 15 straight September games.
The Blue Jays got a career-best 36-yard field goal from freshman Nick Campbell and three touchdowns on its first five possessions of the second half to outscore Muhlenberg 24-0. The Mules fell to 2-2.
Delaware Valley 41, Stevenson 23: The Aggies (4-0) forced four turnovers in the second half en route to a win over the visiting Mustangs (3-1).
Stevenson's Jeromie Miller (Franklin) caught six passes for 114 yards, including a 65-yard touchdown. Mustangs freshman running back Trey Lee had 14 carries for 52 yards and threw a 6-yard touchdown pass.
Trailing 7-0, Stevenson scored 17 unanswered points to take a 10-point lead with 7:45 left in the first half. The Aggies scored just before halftime to cut the deficit to three. The Mustangs fumbled a punt early in the second half, which led to a Delaware Valley touchdown. Interceptions by the Aggies on back-to-back drives in the third quarter increased their lead to 27-17.
Ursinus 40, McDaniel 21: The Bears (4-0) converted 11 of 15 third downs and took a 14-0 lead en route to a home victory over the Green Terror (1-3).
McDaniel's Nick O'Melia caught seven passes for 143 yards and two touchdowns, and Marty Windisch scored a touchdown on a blocked punt.
Quarterback Ryan Yamada went 12-for-23 for a game-high 195 yards and two touchdowns, while Joe Rollins was held in check, rushing for 65 yards on 18 carries.
Ursinus had 46 carries for 252 yards, a 5.5 yard average, and had the ball for 37:15 to only 22:45 for the Green Terror.
St. Augustine's 29, Bowie State 7: The visiting Falcons (2-2) had 430 yards on offense and scored the final 17 points to beat the Bulldogs (2-2), who converted just one third down.
Kendall Jefferson scored on a 1-yard run for Bowie State.
Quarterback Jared Johnston went 16-for-34 for 191 yards and halfback Keith Brown caught six passes for 42 yards. Linebacker Antoine Young led the Bulldogs with eight tackles and a forced fumble.
Bowie State forced five turnovers on defense, but was held to just 256 yards on offense.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun