State football: Matey, Hopkins storm past Juniata, 65-10

Quarterback Robbie Matey went 23-for-26 for 408 yards and threw a career-high six touchdown passes to lead Johns Hopkins to a 65-10 victory at Juniata on Saturday.

Quarterback Robbie Matey went 23-for-26 for 408 yards and threw a career-high six touchdown passes to lead Johns Hopkins to a 65-10 victory at Juniata on Saturday.

The Blue Jays outgained the Eagles by 420 yards and led 31-3 at halftime. In the first 20 minutes, Matey finished drives of 89 and 73 yards with touchdown passes to Jon Monteiro and Bob D'Orazio. D'Orazio caught three touchdown passes for 108 yards, including a 62-yarder less than two minutes into the second half.

Matey completed passes to eight players and is just the third Hopkins quarterback to throw for more than 400 yards in a game.

The Blue Jays (5-0), ranked No. 14 in Division III, forced four turnovers and held Juniata (3-2) to a season-low 10 points.

St. John Fisher 38, Frostburg State 35: The Bobcats scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns to take a four-point lead but could not hold on as the Cardinals rallied at home.

Frostburg scored first on 1-yard run by Ken Emmons and answered a St.John Fisher score when Percy Haskins recovered a blocked punt for a touchdown. The Bobcats(1-3) fumbled at the Cardinals 1-yard line seconds before halftime.

The two teams traded touchdowns early in the third quarter, but St. John Fisher (4-0) scored late in the quarter to take an 11-point lead entering the fourth. The Bobcats answered, but a Cardinals touchdown sealed it as Frostburg failed to score on its final two drives.

Widener 31, Stevenson 10: The Mustangs took a 10-9 lead early in the second quarter, but the visiting Pride scored 22 unanswered points.

Widener started the scoring with a safety and added a 40-yard touchdown catch from Anthony Davis before Stevenson's Charlie Cornell kicked a 40-yard field goal. William Hill-Pensamiento scored from 1 yard out on his only carry to take the 10-9 lead, but the Pride (3-2) answered with a score and a two-point conversion before halftime.

Widener scored on its first drive of the second half to take a 24-10 lead. The Mustangs (3-2) punted three times and committed three turnovers in their six second-half possessions.

For Stevenson, Trey Lee ran for 111 yards on 21 carries, and Jeromie Miller and Madison Townley combined for 10 catches for 159 yards.

Gettysburg 50, McDaniel 28: The visiting Bullets threw for 382 yards and ran for 253 to beat the Green Terror.

Joe Rollins led McDaniel with 269 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 32 carries and caught six passes for 44 yards. The Green Terror (1-4) couldn't stop Gettysburg's offense, which scored 36 points in the second and third quarters.

Aden Twer caught four passes for 100 yards, including a 61-yard touchdown in the third quarter, and the Bullets had 11 players run the ball. Gettysburg (3-2) had five touchdown drives that took less than two minutes, including a 65-yarder just before halftime.

Rollins has eight touchdowns on 794 yards rushing and is averaging 6.5 yards per carry this season.

Salisbury 34, Utica 0: Jerome Johnson ran for 139 yards and a score as the visiting Sea Gulls shut out the Pioneers. Salisbury (2-2) intercepted Connor Butkiewicz three times and forced Utica (2-2) to punt nine times.

Quarterback Joey Jones completed only three passes for 63 yards, but two went for touchdowns. He also ran 14 times for 59 yards and a score as Salisbury shut down a Pioneers team that was averaging more than 29 points per game and had not been blanked since 2007.

Winston-Salem 56, Bowie State 21: The Rams gained 690 offensive yards to beat the visiting Bulldogs.

Keith Brown scored a 2-yard touchdown early in the second quarter to give Bowie State (2-3) a 7-6 lead but Winston-Salem (4-1) scored 50 unanswered points.

Rams quarterback Rudy Johnson threw four touchdown passes for 390 yards and ran for two more scores.

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