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Terror football falls to Hopkins, finishes 0-10

Johns Hopkins took a 28-10 lead at halftime en route to a 49-24 win over McDaniel in Centennial Conference football action Saturday.

Mike Oliveto completed his career for the Green Terror (0-10, 0-9 CC) with 13 catches to finish with program records for a career (169) and season (63) receptions. His 13 catches was two shy of the program record for a single game. Oliveto recorded 107 receiving yards on the day, including a 39-yard touchdown.

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Stuart Walters ran for 103 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Blue Jays (10-0, 9-0 CC), who wrapped up the outright Centennial title, and won their 31st straight regular season game for a new conference record.

Westminster graduate Dan Johnson hauled in an interception early on that gave Johns Hopkins a short field and led to a score.

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Spencer Wiersberg converted a 34-yard field goal to remain perfect for his career, trimming the deficit to 7-3 with 8:01 to play in the first quarter. A Tayahd Campbell 1-yard touchdown run made it 21-10 with 31 seconds to play in the first half but the Blue Jays responded before the end of the half.

Oliveto capped a 10-play, 77-yard drive to open up the half with his 39-yard touchdown grab to one again trim the deficit to 11. Matt Cathey broke into the end zone on a fourth-down run from 2 yards out to make it a 42-24 game with 11:04 to play in the fourth quarter

Quarterback Will Koester threw for 222 yards on 27 of 43 passing, and Perry Stefanelli ran for 68 yards on 14 carries.

Women's basketball

McDaniel 71, Hood 43

Recap: At Westminster, McDaniel outscored Hood 25-7 in the second quarter en route to victory on the first day of the 2015 McDaniel Tipoff Tournament. Karli Zeps recorded a double-double with 18 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Green Terror (1-0), who advanced to Sunday's championship game and will face Juniata at 4 p.m. Lindsey Nichols added 18 points while freshman Halle Burgess debuted with 11. Brittney Davis handed out eight assists to go with her eight points and five steals.

Women's soccer

Oneonta 3, McDaniel 1

Recap: At Pittsburgh, Oneonta built a 2-0 lead early in the second half and beat the Green Terror in the first round of the NCAA Divsion III tournament. Erin Brinley) scored for the Terror (15-3-2) in the program's first NCAA tourney appearance.

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