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Football - Sat, Oct. 7, 2017

Georgetown College football's Riley Hall had a coming out party at Bethel University's expense on Saturday. The sophomore threw for 221 yards on 18 completions for three scores and also ran one in as the No. 10 Tigers (5-0, 2-0) won 41-7.

Hall nearly doubled his touchdown total in McKenzie, Tenn. He came into the game with six touchdowns this season – only one of which was rushing.

The visitors took the opening Wildcats' (1-5, 0-2) kickoff 72 yards on six plays and Hall found Shawn Boykin for a four-yard score. The next offensive series, Hall engineered a seven-play, 56 yard drive he capped off with an 11-yard rushing touchdown and winning score.

GC added a third touchdown in the first quarter when Hall hit Kyle Longworth for a nine-yard score to finish off an 11-play, 80-yard drive with 1:50 left.

The Tigers opened the second quarter with a score as Hall found Ross Cox. Jordan Bond capped off the stellar first half with a pair of rushing touchdowns.

Defensively, GC had a shutout going until late in the fourth quarter. Bethel picked off a Reese Ryan pass and returned it to the shadow of its own endzone. Four plays later, the Wildcats put up their only points.

BU managed just 148 yards on 61 plays, while Georgetown compiled 418 yards on 84 plays.

Kishawn Walker picked up his fourth interception of the season and added three tackles. Dustin Haraway led with six as the Tigers had 50 as a team.

Bond led the ground game with 73 yards on nine carries and the two scores. Cox had three receptions for 70 yards and a score.

The Tigers enter their bye week, but are back in action 1:30 pm Oct. 21 hosting Kentucky Christian University for Homecoming.


 

 
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