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Football - Mon, Oct. 20, 2014 at 1:25 PM

Neal Pawsat set a couple of records, got close to a couple of others and Georgetown College football got back to its winning ways Saturday. Monday afternoon Pawsat picked up another honor – Mid-South Conference Offensive Player of the Week. This is his second time garnering this award this season.

The senior quarterback threw five touchdowns, one shy of tying the in-game record for passing touchdowns. His second scoring toss was a 94-yard strike to Ben Patenaude that became the longest pass play from scrimmage in Georgetown history. He also threw for 378 yards, fourth best all-time in-game total for the quarterback from Maysville, Ky.

Coming into the game he was just 232 total passing yards behind offensive coordinator Eddie Eviston for all-time leading passer. He now holds the GC record at 9,428 with four regular season games to go. Pawsat is one touchdown pass from tying Eviston as career-leader in that category.

 
Ben Patenaude gets loose, catches Neal Pawsat's pass in stride and dashes for a 94-yard touchdown. Photo by Richard Davis
Ben Patenaude gets loose, catches Neal Pawsat's pass in stride and dashes for a 94-yard touchdown. Photo by Richard Davis
Football - Sat, Oct. 18, 2014 at 5:50 PM

Nick Seither popped the ball loose from Blake Ingleton. Jerry Williams III fell on it. Two players later Neal Pawsat hooked up with Ben Patenaude for a 94-yard strike, breaking Georgetown College's longest pass completion and reception record set in 2003. The touchdown play also broke the back of visiting University of the Cumberlands on Homecoming.

The No. 9 Tigers (5-1, 2-0) rolled for a 42-13 win, bouncing back from the loss at Campbellsville University the week before.

"Have to give credit to the defense on that," said GC coach Bill Cronin. "Cumberlands was driving. They were on our two yard line looking to make it a one-score game. We pop the ball loose and Neal hits Ben in stride for a dagger.

"That was a huge emotional and momentum swing. We quickly got the ball back and make another quick drive for the second Neal to Ben touchdown."

 
Volleyball - Sat, Oct. 18, 2014 at 10:30 AM

Georgetown College volleyball picked up another straight-set conference win by dropping University of Pikeville, 25-17, 25-5, 25-22 Friday evening.

UPike (13-13, 1-10 MSC) came out playing loose against the No. 17 Tigers (20-7, 9-1). The Bears opened set one by lead 5-2, but when Caroline Ricks angle blocked a passing shot it was 6-6 and the Tigers took control.

Maddie Kunkel helped to give GC breathing room and forced UPike into its first timeout up 12-9. The Bears got the ball back out of the break, but immediately sidedout. Kristen Schellhaas then put Georgetown up 15-10. GC scored 10 of the next 17 points and secured the set lead.

The Tigers scored points in bunches and were never threatened in set two as Lindsey Martindale served the final seven points, capped off with a Ricks' kill.

 
Men's Cross Country - Sat, Oct. 18, 2014 at 10:10 AM

Georgetown College men's cross country team finished 29th Friday out of 38 teams in the #JennaStrong Fall Classic in Wilmington, Ohio. Austin Snider paced the team, finishing 113th out of 373 runners with a time of 28 minutes 15 seconds 13 hundredths over the 8,000-meter course.

Not more than nine seconds behind him was teammate Jacob Hanser. Sam Heaton was third for the Tigers in 29:26. Nickolas Slucher scored fourth for GC in 29:49, while Grant Carr (30:32) rounded out the scoring runners.

 
Women's Cross Country - Sat, Oct. 18, 2014 at 9:55 AM

Tayler Godar finished second, three seconds ahead of her one of her toughest Mid-South Conference foes Danielle Hoop. The junior crossed in 18 minutes 42 seconds 87 hundredths Friday at #JennaStrong Fall Classic.

"She ran a very good race," said GC coach Todd McDaniel. "She has been steadily getting better each race."

Godar has won two races this season and averaged in the 18:40 range.

 
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