Senior running back Andrew Notarfrancesco rushed for three touchdowns and 131 yards to close-in on Catholic's all-time scoring record and lead the Cardinals to a 34-2 victory over Salisbury State at Sea Gull Stadium.
The Cardinals (3-1 and ranked 20th in Division III) scored on their first three possessions to jump to a 21-0 lead with just under seven minutes remaining in the opening quarter. Notarfrancesco scored on touchdown runs of 12 and 32 yards on the Cardinals' first two drives. Sophomore running back Dan Boyle ran 20 yards for Catholic's third score.
Notarfrancesco moved to within nine points of Catholic's all-time scoring mark with a seven-yard run early in the fourth quarter that put Catholic ahead 28-0.
Catholic made the score 34-0 when senior wide receiver Brad Jones caught a 30-yard touchdown pass from freshman quarterback Bill Sutton (DeMatha). Salisbury's (1-3) Du'Juan Wilson returned the blocked extra point for a two-point conversion.
The Cardinals totaled 402 yards to Salisbury's 157.
GEORGETOWN 28, IONA 0: J.J. Mont threw two touchdown passes and Rob Belli rushed for two more as the Hoyas blanked Iona in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game in New Rochelle, N.Y.
Georgetown (4-0, 2-0) has beaten Iona (2-2, 1-1) five straight times.
Mont, who was 16 for 27 for 141 yards, hit Rob Riedel with a five-yard scoring pass to cap an 11-play, 85-yard drive at 6 minutes 59 seconds of the first quarter.
Belli's one-yard run at 3:39 of the second quarter and Mont's three-yard pass to Josh Walz with 15 seconds left gave Georgetown a 21-0 halftime lead.
Belli capped the scoring with a two-yard run at 13:19 of the fourth quarter.
VIRGINIA UNION 39, BOWIE STATE 6: In Richmond, Mackise London and Andre Braxton both rushed for more than 100 yards and the Panthers rushed for 346 yards. Virginia Union took a 19-0 lead on a five-yard run by Jason Thompson, a 10-yard blocked punt return by Ralph Hunter and a two-yard run by London.
Bowie State's only touchdown came on quarterback Jimmy Whitehead's one-yard run in the second quarter. Whitehead completed 6 of 20 passes with three interceptions.
The Bulldogs fell to 2-3. Virginia Union improved to 3-2.