Carl Painter ran 77 yards for a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage and Hampton went on to beat Bowie State, 25-7, yesterday at Bowie State.

The losers have lost 32 straight games, the nation's longest losing streak. Columbia, which will open next Saturday, has lost 31 straight.

Despite being outgained in yards, 277-30, the Bulldogs trailed only 13-7 at halftime. That was because Bowie State defensive back Rodney Belfield intercepted a screen pass and went 75 yards for a touchdown 11 seconds before intermission.

But in the second half, a touchdown run by Anthony Jones and a scoring pass from Derocke Croom to Terrence Groom completed the scoring.

Hampton rushed for 297 yards, 148 by Painter, and held the Bulldogs to 60 yards on 30 carries. The Pirates had 465 total yards and 25 first downs.

West Virginia State 24, UDC 0: Keith Franklin completed 10 of 20 passes for 221 yards and one touchdown to lead the Yellow Jackets (2-0-1) in Institute, W.Va.

Mike Foster led West Virginia State with 63 yards rushing on 11 carries. Quarterback Kevin Brawner was the Firebirds' leading rusher with 60 yards.

Washington and Jefferson 24, Catholic 7: The Presidents, ranked 12th in Division III, held Catholic to one yard on the ground and scored an easy victory in a game at Catholic halted because of lightning with 3:56 left.

Washington and Jefferson (2-0) intercepted three of Drew Komlo's passes and scored two touchdowns after poor snaps that resulted in one blocked punt and a 29-yard punt.

Otherwise, Catholic (0-1) got good work from former Maryland quarterback Komlo, who completed 13 of 25 passes for 197 yards. He threw a 43-yard touchdown pass to Mike Patronik in the first period.

Salisbury St. 17, C.W. Post 14: Bill Maurer kicked a 39-yard field goal with seven minutes left to win the game in Brookville, N.Y., for the last season's Division III runners-up.

Gene Evans caught a 52-yard pass from Dave Jaskolski, giving Post a 7-0 lead in the first period. Jaskolski finished with 11 completions in 22 passes for 132 yards.

The Gulls tied the score, 7-7, in the closing minutes of the first quarter on a 38-yard run by Bill Coppa.

Montgomery-Rockville 17, Potomac State 16: Todd Petrie's 28-yard field goal with 4:45 to play won the Coastal Conference game in Keyser, W.Va.

Montgomery got the game's last 10 points in less than 10 minutes. Marco Mattocks' two-yard plunge was set up by Jerry Williams' option pass to Tony Harris, a 36-yard gain to the Potomac 16.