Kyle Harbridge set a school record with 348 yards rushing, the most on any level of college football this season, as host St. Francis (Pa.) rallied to beat Morehead State 50-49 on Saturday.
Harbridge's 10-yard run with 1:28 to play completed the comeback for the Red Flash (1-2), who had trailed 49-31 at the end of the third quarter. Harbridge, who also scored on runs on 84 and 4 yards in the fourth quarter, ran for four scores and caught a touchdown pass.
Morehead State (1-2) had built a 49-28 lead after a 14-yard touchdown run by Desmond Cox with 8:22 remaining in the third quarter. Josh Thiel kicked a 36-yard field for the Red Flash to cut the lead to 49-31 at the end of the third quarter.
Zach Lewis of Morehead State passed for 318 yards and two touchdowns, giving him more than 900 yards passing in three games.
Thomas More 41, Geneva 6: LCA graduate Domonique Hayden scored four touchdowns to lead host Thomas More (2-0, 1-0) in the Presidents' Athletic Conference opener for both teams.
Hayden scored on runs of 15, 4 and 21 yards, and he caught a 7-yard TD pass from Robert Kues, who threw for 242 yards. Hayden had nine carries for 65 yards and six catches for 85 yards.
Geneva (0-3, 0-1) avoided the shutout on Jordan Curry's 1-yard run with 1:19 left.
Shorter 29, Pikeville 21: Host Shorter (2-0) scored nine points in the final 27.8 seconds to hand Pikeville (2-1) its first loss of the season.
Shorter took a 23-21 lead on Troy Postell's 45-yard field goal with 27.8 seconds left.
After a long kickoff return, Pikeville drove to the Shorter 16-yard line with 8.1 seconds left. But Michael Quick's 33-yard field goal was blocked by Shorter's Daniel Hazard, who picked it up and returned it 65 yards for the score as the horn sounded.
Siena Heights 28, Kentucky Wesleyan 26: Host Kentucky Wesleyan (0-3) scored on a Chris Owen-to-Ta'Ron Squires touchdown pass with 1:54 remaining, but the two-point conversion pass failed in the loss to Siena Heights (2-0).
Jeff Ward's school-record 85-yard punt return gave Kentucky Wesleyan a 14-0 lead at the end of the first quarter, but the Panthers couldn't hold the lead.
Wisconsin-Whitewater 54, Campbellsville 14: Two-time defending NCAA Division III national champion Wisconsin-Whitewater (2-0) racked up 571 yards of offense for its 33rd consecutive victory. Campbellsville (2-1) fell behind 23-0 in the first quarter and never recovered.
Five of Wisconsin-Whitewater's touchdowns were 48 yards or longer. Matt Blanchard had TD passes of 50, 54 and 64 yards.
Campbellsville's Patrick Henry had two long TD passes of his own, 73 yards to Stan Warrenhuffman and 66 yards to Diaz Bolden.
Georgetown 31, Cumberlands 14: Host Georgetown picked off three passes in the second half, and the Tigers beat Cumberlands. Kaelin Ammons threw two of his three touchdown passes in the second half to help break a 14-14 tie.
Lindsey Wilson 34, Belhaven 28: Freshman quarterback Branden Cresap threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to freshman receiver Chaz Barnes with four seconds left to give host Lindsey Wilson (2-1) the win over Belhaven (2-2).
Lindsey Wilson won despite squandering a 21-0 lead. Justin Gaines' third touchdown run of the game put Belhaven ahead 28-27 with 8:57 left. Gaines had 27 carries for 162 yards.