State roundup: Moses Skillon leads Morgan State past Delaware State

Moses Skillon threw one touchdown and ran for another Saturday as Morgan State rolled over host Delaware State, 26-6, in Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference play Saturday.

Skillon had 143 passing yards for the Bears (2-2, 2-0). He also rushed for 61 yards, including a 32-yard score late in the third quarter. Orlando Johnson finished with 124 yards and a touchdown.


A pair of field goals by Chris Moller gave Morgan State a 6-0 lead early in the third quarter. Esayah Obado responded for Delaware State (0-4, 0-1) with a touchdown pass to Malik Golson, but the extra point was missed.

With the Bears up 13-6 late in the fourth quarter, Skillon found Lamont Brown for an 11-yard touchdown and 19-6 lead. The Hornets fumbled on the ensuing kickoff, and the Bears recovered, setting up a touchdown run by Johnson four plays later.


Obado passed for 137 yards and a touchdown for Delaware State.

Johns Hopkins 41, Juniata 5: The Blue Jays (5-0, 4-0 Centennial Conference) led 17-0 at the end of the first quarter and 31-5 at the half to cruise past the host Eagles (1-4, 0-4).

Hopkins extended its regular-season winning streak to 26 games, its October winning streak to 16 games and regular-season road winning streak to 13 games.

Quarterback Jonathan Germano was 30-for-41 for 287 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 34 yards and a score. Wide receiver Bradley Munday had 12 receptions for 104 yards and a touchdown, and backs Stuart Walters and Brandon Cherry (Boys' Latin) combined for 136 rushing yards.

Hopkins ran a season-high 92 plays for 475 yards.

Linebacker Keith Corliss led the Blue Jays with six tackles, while defensive back Michael Munday had a career-high five pass breakups.

Juniata managed just 194 yards on 67 plays, including 88 in the first half.

Gettysburg 45, McDaniel 17: The host Green Terror was outscored 35-7 over the final 33 minutes as it suffered its fifth loss in as many games this season.


Matt Cathey led McDaniel (0-5, 0-4 Centennial), establishing a career high with 88 rushing yards and scoring his second career touchdown.

Kyle Wigley led the Bullets (5-0, 4-0) with 184 rushing yards and two scores.

With the Green Terror trailing 10-3, Tayahd Campbell caught a swing pass on second-and-8 from Gettysburg's 45-yard line and ran down the sideline for a touchdown late in the first half.

Two plays later, Wigley broke loose for a 60-yard run up the middle to put Gettysburg back on top.

Stevenson 13, King's (Pa.) 7: The host Mustangs (5-0, 4-0 Middle Atlantic Conference) finished the game with a 341-171 advantage in total yards and held an 18-9 lead in first downs.

Running back Kiandre Burrell had 21 carries for 151 yards against the Monarchs (1-4, 1-3).


Stevenson has won eight straight games dating to last season and six in a row at home. It is the first time in program history the Mustangs have started the season with five straight wins; they won the first four a season ago.

Stevenson's defense forced four turnovers for the third time this season, finishing with three interceptions and a forced fumble. The Mustangs have 20 takeaways this season and extended their streak of games with at least one forced turnover to 27.

Frostburg State 29, Kean 15: The host Bobcats (3-1, 2-1 Capital Athletic Conference) had only 194 yards of total offense but returned a punt in the second quarter and an interception in the fourth quarter for touchdowns against the Cougars (3-1, 2-1), who had 366 total yards.

Bowie State 34, Johnson C.Smith 21: The Bulldogs (4-1, 2-0 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association) relied on big plays by their defense to get past the host Golden Bulls (1-4, 2-0) in the Eddie C. McGirt Classic.

Bowie State quarterback Matthew Goggans went 17-for-26 for 177 yards and three touchdowns. Wideout Jordan Garrison (Poly) had five catches for 53 yards. Stephen Willis rushed for a team-high and career-best 62 yards on 14 carries.