Sunday, September 17, 2000

Small college football

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Thomas More 38, Hanover 37
        CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky. — Thomsas More rushed for 186 yards Saturday to beat Hanover 38-37 in overtime.

        Will Castlebery ran for two touchdowns with a 3-yard run in the second quarter and a 19-yarder in the third.

        The score was tied at 30 at the end of regulation play.

        Hanover scored first in overtime with an 8-yard pass from Eric Bruns to John Agan. B.J. Black kicked the extra point, bringing the game to 37-30.

Mount St. Joseph 24, Kalamazoo 19

               Doug Anderson (Amelia High) ran for 277 yards and scored three touchdowns to lead the Lions to their first win this season and their first win under coach Rod Huber.

        Mt. St. Joseph ....... 7  14   3   0—24

        Kalamazoo ....... 7  0  0  12—19

        M-Anderson, 4 run (Marakchi kick)

        K-Graham, 38 pass

        M-Anderson, 3 run (Marakchi kick)

        M-Anderson, 1 run (Marakchi kick)

        M-Marakchi, 32 FG

        K-Gnyp, 6 pass from Thayer (kick blocked)

        K-Gnyp, 11 pass from Graham (conversion failed)

        Records: M 1-2, K 0-2.


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