Football - Thu, Sep. 30, 2010
Georgetown College celebrated its first home game of the season with a 52-12 win over Kentucky Christian University (0-5, 0-1 Mid-South Conference).
The Tigers (2-2, 1-0) held a shutout through two and a half quarters and saw a lot of production from a lot of players.
Kaelin Ammons went 13-of-25 for 163 yards and two touchdowns, while also rushing for 48 yards and one touchdown.
"Kaelin played well," said GC coach Bill Cronin of his quarterback. "He had a nice game for us and he's doing much better; feeling more comfortable making decisions."
The Tigers have been dominant through the air the past two weeks, but found its ground attack for 394 yards. Seth Millar's 85-yard touchdown run in the waning seconds of the game gave him the most yards on the evening, but Blake Naylor had eight carries for 51 yards and a score and Adam Schmitz had six carries for 49 yards.
"In our running attack tonight a lot of guys contributed," Cronin said. "We had a lot of kids play and show us they can play, which is worthwhile."
Georgetown now has a week to prepare for a big divisional tilt Thursday against rival Campbellsville University. It is a Victory Sports Network game of the week. Kick-off is set for 7 p.m. in Campbellsville.