Montgomery-Rockville, ranked fourth in the nation among junior colleges, got a five-yard touchdown pass from John Kaleo to Tyrone Fitch with 2:45 to post a 33-32 victory over 14th-ranked North Greenville in a matchup of unbeaten teams yesterday in Greer, S.C.
After Rockville's early 21-0 lead, Greenville (4-1) scored four straight touchdowns to take a 26-21 advantage into the fourth quarter. Rockville (6-0) regained the lead, 27-26, on another five-yard scoring pass from Kaleo to Fitch midway in the fourth quarter.
Swarthmore 33, Georgetown 31: The Hoyas (3-3) lost in Pennsylvania but had a record day nonetheless. Georgetown quarterback Bill Jenkinson's 384 yards passing broke the 25-year-old record of 295 yards set against Fordham. Jenkinson also tied the record for the most touchdown passes in a game (four).
Chris Murphy had 190 yards receiving, breaking Clayton Wagner's record of 167 yards vs. Catholic in 1976.
The Hoyas also broke the single-season touchdown record of 12 (set in eight games in 1978 and 1988) with 13 touchdowns in their first six games.
St. John Fisher 6, Gallaudet 0: Larry Jay's field goals were enough for the Cardinals (2-4) at Hotchkiss Field. The Bison are 0-6.
Bowie St. 14, Elizabeth City St. 13: Quarterback Don Janey scored on an eight-yard run with six minutes left to complete a come-from-behing, Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association victory in Bowie.
The win snapped a three-game losing streak for Bowie State (2-4, 1-4). Elizabeth City State fell to 2-4-1, 1-3.