Football - Sun, Oct. 21, 2012
Georgetown College's football team opened up a 14-point
advantage Saturday against University of Pikeville and never looked back. The
No. 2 Tigers improved to 8-0 on the season and 3-0 in Mid-South Conference East
Division with the 35-10 win.
Neal Pawsat found Rob Madon for the first score as the
sophomore threw for 325 yards and three scores on 29 completions. Madon and fellow
senior Chris Gohman were Pawsat's favorite target with five catches and one
Randy Doss punched in the winning-score early in the
second quarter off a three-yard run. The senior also scored on a one-yard run
to start the second half. Pawsat's final touchdown pass came early in the
fourth quarter on an eight-yard strike to Zach Sowder.
The Tiger defense held UPike to 302 yards of offense on
68 plays. The Bears (3-5, 1-2) scored a field goal just before half and found
the endzone late in the third quarter to trim the deficit to 18.
GC has the week off before returning to action 1:30 pm
Nov. 3 hosting Union College (3-5, 0-2) on Senior Day.