Glenville State 14, Charleston 10
GLENVILLE - Demetrius Quarles' third interception of the game late in the fourth quarter sealed Glenville State's 14-10 upset of visiting No. 25 Charleston here Saturday afternoon during homecoming at Morris Stadium.
The Pioneers, now 5-4 overall and 5-1 in West Virginia Conference action, scored both of their touchdowns in the second quarter.
Glenville State's defense made a huge stop on the Golden Eagles' first series when Devin Cain and James Washington stuffed All-American Jordan Roberts for no gain on a fourth-and-1 play from the Pioneer 4.
On the Pioneers' third possession, quarterback Justin Feagin engineered a 75-yard scoring drive that included a key third down completion to Orlandus Harris. Feagin eventually scored on a 7-yard run and Colston Bayless' extra point made it 7-0 G-men just 46 ticks into the second quarter.
Charleston (7-2, 4-2) marched right down the field on its next series, but Quarles picked off John Knox for the second time in the first half by snaring the interception in the end zone. Although the Golden Eagles scored on their next drive via a Roberts 19-yard TD scamper to even the contest with 2:55 left before intermission, the G-men answered.
No. 9 OHIO ST. 35, PENN ST. 23
PSU-Yancich 0 blocked punt return (Ficken kick), 6:15.
OSU-Hyde 1 run (Basil kick), :34.
OSU-Shazier 17 interception return (Basil kick), 13:41.
PSU-FG Ficken 27, 9:50.
OSU-B.Miller 1 run (Basil kick), 3:30.
OSU-B.Miller 1 run (Basil kick), :40.
PSU-Lehman 2 pass from McGloin (run failed), 9:49.
OSU-Stoneburner 72 pass from B.Miller (Basil kick), 6:11.
PSU-Carter 20 pass from McGloin (Ficken kick), 1:41.
Time of Possession32:0727:53
RUSHING-Ohio St., B.Miller 25-134, Hyde 22-55, R.Smith 4-48,
Team 2-(minus 3). Penn St., Zwinak 12-42, Belton 10-26, Zordich 1-3,
Team 1-(minus 2), McGloin 4-(minus 37).
PASSING-Ohio St., B.Miller 7-19-1-143. Penn St.,
McGloin 27-45-1-327, Butterworth 0-1-0-0.
RECEIVING-Ohio St., Spencer 3-33, Stoneburner 2-86, Vannett 1-22,
Hyde 1-2. Penn St., Carter 6-77, Robinson 5-68, Belton 5-35,
Moseby-Felder 4-70, Lehman 2-21, Zwinak 2-12, James 1-20, Gilliam 1-16,
MIAMI (OHIO) 23, No. 23 OHIO 20
MiO-FG Patterson 40, 9:05.
MiO-Harwell 54 pass from Dysert (Patterson kick), 6:33.
MiO-FG Patterson 32, 2:55.
Ohio-Blankenship 5 run (Weller kick), :48.
MiO-Westbrook 1 run (Patterson kick), 12:00.
Ohio-Tettleton 3 run (Weller kick), 9:45.
Ohio-FG Weller 45, 12:03.
Ohio-FG Weller 38, 4:41.
MiO-FG Patterson 31, 1:24.
Time of Possession29:1230:39
RUSHING-Ohio, Boykin 10-74, Blankenship 16-74, Tettleton 17-14.
Miami (Ohio), Westbrook 16-65, Treadwell 9-42, Dysert 7-7,
Kummer 1-(minus 1).
PASSING-Ohio, Tettleton 23-38-0-302, Team 0-1-0-0. Miami (Ohio),
RECEIVING-Ohio, D.Foster 7-59, L.Smith 3-62, Cochran 2-60,
Waters 2-38, Roback 2-28, Futrell 2-24, Blankenship 2-17, Bussey 2-11,
Boykin 1-3. Miami (Ohio), Harwell 8-138, Cruse 5-24, D.Scott 4-94,
Marck 2-32, Swift 1-14, White 1-9.
GLENVILLE STATE 14, CHARLESTON 10
No. 25 UC (7-2, 4-2) 0 7 0 3 - 10
Glenville St. (5-4, 5-1) 0 14 0 0 - 14
GSC: Justin Feagin 7 run (Colston Bayless kick) 11:14, 2nd
UC: Jordan Roberts 19 run (Puma Nuredini kick) 2:55, 2nd
GSC: Jake Harper 6 pass from Justin Feagin (Bayless kick) 0:44, 2nd
UC: Nuredini 29 field goal 12:04, 4th
Charleston: First downs: 20; Rushes-yards: 36-210; Passing yards: 165; Total yards: 375; Passing: 16-23-3; Punts-average: 4-43.0; Fumbles-lost: 0-0; Penalties-yards: 6-80
Glenville State: First downs: 17; Rushes-yards: 47-225; Passing yards: 66; Total yards: 291; Passing: 7-11-1; Punts-average: 6-38.5; Fumblest-lost: 1-1; Penalties-yards: 4-40
Charleston: Rushing: Jordan Roberts 23-142, John Knox 9-43, CJ Stallworth 4-25; Passing: Knox 15-23-3, 163 yards; Roberts 1-1-0, 2 yards; Receiving: Shaq Williams 6-46, Daniel Cherry 3-43, Darrell Byrd 2-46, Ryan Foster 2-15, Taylor Franz 1-9, Roberts 1-4, Knox 1-2
Glenville State: Rushing: Rahmann Lee 22-128 Justin Feagin 19-84, Quin Thornton 4-14, Team 2-(-1); Passing: Feagin 7-11-1, 66 yards; Receiving: Orlandus Harris 3-25, Jake Harper 2-23, Robert Jiles 1-13, Lee 1-5
Next game: Glenville State at Shepherd noon Saturday.
BALDWIN-WALLACE 66, MARIETTA 14
B-W (7-1) 28 11 13 14 - 66
Marietta (0-8) 0 7 0 7 0 - 14
BW: Ryan O' Rourke 8 run (Chris Mohler kick) 9:56, 1st
BW: Nolan Sordyl 2 run (Mohler kick) 7:06, 1st
BW: Aaron Manders 30 pass from Rourke (Mohler kick) 6:49, 1st
BW: M. McGervy 7 pass from Rourke (Daryl Jones pass) 13:05, 2nd
MC: Harris 4 pass from Fulton (Durina kick) 6:14, 2nd
BW: Chris Mohler 28 field goal 2:42, 2nd
BW: Manders 23 pass from Rourke (kick failed) 9:30, 3rd
BW: S. Zuluaga 7 run (Mohler kick) 1:00, 3rd
MC: Harris 10 pass from Fulton (Durina kick) 13:21, 4th
BW: Issac Reed III 18 run (Mohler kick) 12:21, 4th
BW: Jake Brandy 27 punt return (Mohler kick) 9:55, 4th
A 67-yard scoring drive was capped by true freshman Jake Harper's 6-yard touchdown reception, the first of his career, from Feagin as the hosts answered the UC score just 2:11 later.
Leading 14-7 at halftime, the Pioneer defense made it stand as Charleston's only other points came on a Puma Nuredini 29-yard field at 12:04 of the fourth quarter. That score was set up by Golden Eagle Matt Kelly's interception of Feagin, who rushed for 84 yards and hit 7 of 11 passes for 66 yards.
Charleston, led by Roberts' game-highs of 23 carries and 142 rushing yards, had one last chance after taking possession at its own 20 with 2:11 remaining. After crossing midfield, though, Knox was intercepted by Quarles and the Pioneers ran out the clock, setting up a huge game at noon next Saturday on the road versus preseason WVIAC favorite Shepherd.
Rahmann Lee rumbled for 128 ground yards on 22 attempts in the victory to surpass the 1,000-yard mark.
Head coach David Hutchison's squad was led defensively by Darren Elliott and Nate Ingersoll, who combined for 18.5 tackles.
W.Va. Wesleyan 42, W.Va. State 14
INSTITUE - Nate Montana tossed four touchdown passes, including a pair to Lavaughn Hughes, as visiting W.Va. Wesleyan rolled to a 42-14 road win against W.Va. State.
Hughes also had a pair of punt returns for touchdowns that covered 89 and 79 yards, respectively.
Montana hit 28 of 54 passes for 414 yards with Hughes snaring nine balls for 187 yards.
Yellow Jacket quarterback Ricky Phillilps was picked off three times and finished 18 of 46 for 249 yards. He threw a pair of touchdown passes, one to Josh Johnson and the other to Aubura Taylor.
Concord 41, Fairmont State 10
ATHENS - Concord scored 21 points off four Fairmont State turnovers as the host Mountain Lions roared to a 41-10 victory against the Fighting Falcons here Saturday.
Evin Dusold missed just eight of his 25 passes attempts and finished with 212 yards through the air and four touchdowns. Ansel Ponder had nine catches for 141 yards and found the end zone three times. Concord was led on the ground by Jocorey Robins, who had 58 yards on 17 attempts.
FSU signal-caller Bobby Vega was held to just 63 yards passing and missed on 12 of 21 attempts. Jake Kelly had 14 stops in the loss while Mountain Lion Jake Lilly forced a fumble and finished with 13 total tackles.
West Liberty 41, Seton Hill 29
GREENSBURG, Pa. - Marquis Bradley's 45-yard interception return for a touchdown gave West Liberty an early 7-0 advantage it never relinquished as the visiting Hilltoppers knocked off Seton Hill, 41-29, on Saturday.
Tanner Stocker also had a 10-yard pick-6 in the fourth quarter for West Liberty, which got 10 tackles and a forced fumble from Marco Ricchetti.
Isiah Moody rushed 31 times for 119 yards and scored a touchdown for the Hilltoppers, who picked off Seton Hill signal-caller Andrew Jackson four times.
Jackson finished the game with four touchdowns passes and 439 yards through the air as he connected on 34 of 53 attempts. Niko Hall-Brown hauled in 11 passes for 223 yards and one score.