Junior running back Ron Sency rushed for 148 yards and one touchdown on 22 carries to lead Division I-AA Villanova to a 46-7 romp over Division III Catholic yesterday at Villanova Stadium in Villanova, Pa.

The Wildcats (5-0) totaled 503 yards, the Cardinals (2-4) ended with minus 17.

Villanova took a 7-0 lead in the first quarter when Kirk Schulz passed six yards to Robert Brady, then blew the game open with 25 points in the second quarter.

The Wildcats rushed 141 yards and passed 99 yards in the quarter.

Sophomore wide receiver Robert Brady led the Wildcats with two touchdown receptions. For Catholic, senior defensive back Peter Manzi set a school record with a 53-yard interception return for a touchdown.

Three of the Cardinals' starters were hurt. Senior wide receiver Mike Wisely separated his right shoulder, linebacker Rick Yurko might have broken his right arm, and Manzi pinched a nerve in his neck.

Bridgewater 41, Gallaudet 11:

Anthony Lawrence scored three touchdowns and rushed for 158 yards to lead the victory over previously unbeaten Gallaudet in Bridgewater, Va.

The winners are 2-5, the losers 5-1.

Quarterback Jim DeLucas ran for one touchdown and passed for one as the Eagles scored the first three times they had the ball.

Bison quarterback Jim Segala passed for 219 yards but his team committed six turnovers.

Montgomery 41, Army Prep 14:

Sophomore tailback Marco Mattocks gained 210 yards on 20 carries and scored three touchdowns as the Fighting Knights (4-1) won in Rockville.

They led at the half, 20-0, after Mattocks scored on runs of two, 68 and 77 yards. Rockville totaled 487 yards to the Black Knights' 290. Army Prep is 4-2.

Ferrum 21, Frostburg State 10:

Freddie Stovall and Greg Thurman ran for fourth-quarter touchdowns to lift Ferrum to victory in Ferrum, Va.

The Panthers, ranked No. 14 in Division III, improved to 6-0-1. The Bobcats are 1-5.

Trailing by 10-7, Ferrum took the lead for good when Stovall ran 23 yards with 9:09 left. The Panthers sealed the victory with 1:26 to go when Thurman, the up man, took the snap on a fake punt and ran 32 yards.

The Bobcats had taken a 10-0 lead in the first quarter on Roger Darus' 30-yard field goal and Shane Weyent's 32-yard touchdown pass to Sheven Kuperman.

Newport News 17, Bowie State 16:

Trailing by 10-7, the Builders (4-2) scored 10 points in the third quarter to take a 17-10 lead. The Bulldogs (2-4-1) pulled within one with 2:41 left when Reggie House caught a nine-yard pass from Henry Frazier. But David Hall's extra point sailed wide. The Bulldogs had one last chance as they took possession with 1:45 remaining.

Salisbury State 63, Wesley 0:

Frank Oliver scrambled for four touchdowns and Jerry Short scored two in the victory in Dover, Del.

Salisbury beat Wesley, 63-13, when the teams met for the first time last year.

Touchdowns by Oliver and Short helped the Seagulls score on five of their six first-half possessions. After benching most first- and second-string players, Salisbury went on to score on four of its last five possessions.

Dickinson 26, Western Maryland 0:

In Carlisle, Pa., Mike Birosak rushed 33 times for 168 yards and one touchdown to lead the Red Devils' Centennial Conference victory.

They intercepted four passes and had a season-high five sacks in improving to 3-3 before a homecoming crowd. They are 2-2 in conference play.

They held the Green Terrors to 109 rushing yards, but Western Maryland wide receiver Jim Donner made five catches for 53 yards.

Western Maryland (0-4-1) was inside the Dickinson 5-yard line three times but came away empty in the first, second and last quarters after throwing interceptions and failing to get a first down.

Dickinson ended an 80-yard scoring drive in the last quarter with a 67-yard pass play from Sean Maloney to Bill Sticka.