The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

College Sports

October 7, 2012

WVIAC: Shepherd rips Wesleyan 31-6

Shepherd 37, W.Va. Wesleyan 6

SHEPHERDSTOWN — Bobby Cooper completed 14 passes for 198 yards with two scores for the Rams. Robert Byrd gained 91 yards on five catches. Allen Cross tallied 118 yards on 19 carries to go along with his three touchdowns.

For the Bobcats, Jeremy Musselman connected on 17 passes for 179 yards. Lavaughn Hughes hauled in five catches for 71 yards.

West Liberty 52, W.Va. State 19

INSTITUTE —  Dylan Legarde threw for 302 yards and five touchdowns on 25 completions to lead the Hilltoppers. Brandon Schroeder hauled in a game-high seven catches for 89 yards and two scores. Kenjay Trueblood recorded 104 yards on the ground on 18 carries.

State’s Ricky Phillips connected on 20 pass for 210 yards and a score. Josh Johnson garnered 51 yards on four catches and a score for the Yellow Jackets. Aubura Taylor netted 101 yards on the ground and scored both WVSU touchdowns.

Charleston 30, Seton Hill 13

CHARLESTON — Jordan Roberts rushed for 205 yards on a staggering 7.9 yards a carry to lead the Golden Eagles. He also scored all three touchdowns for UC.

Maurice Leak and John Knox combined to throw for 100 yards on 10 completions.

Andrew Jackson paced the Griffins with 240 yards on 26 completions and a touchdown. Niko Hall-Brown led all players with 100 yards receiving on seven catches.

DJ Carter added 91 yards while hauling in seven passes.

Trei Kelly led the UC defense with seven tackles, five of which were solo stops. Justin Avery had 2.5 tackles for loss and an interception. Jeff Bryant and Jeff Green each had a sack while Hassan Coleman picked off a pass.

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