State college football highlights: No. 1 Lindsey Wilson loses at No. 8 Reinhardt

Lindsey Wilson's football team, ranked No. 1 in NAIA, suffered its first loss of the season on Saturday, falling to No. 8 Reinhardt 42-24 in Waleska, Ga.

Dylan Beasley (Nelson County) threw for 375 yards and two touchdowns for the Blue Raiders (6-1, 1-1 Mid-South), but he also was intercepted twice.

Jalen Sublett (Glasgow) added a 1-yard TD run for Lindsey Wilson.

Cumberlands 48, Pikeville 29: Quarterback Adam Craig ran 31 times for 172 yards and three touchdowns in the Patriots win at home. He also threw one TD pass.

Pikeville's Quan Weaver (Frankfort) rushed 23 times for 145 yards and two touchdowns, becoming just the fifth Bears player in program history to pass the 1,000-yard mark for his career.

Georgetown 28, Alderson Broaddus 15: Ozzie Mann threw three touchdown passes, including two to Ross Cox (Anderson County) and one to JJ Jude (Paintsville), in the Tigers' win on the road.

Morehead State 31, Campbell 27: Christian Robinson ran for a 2-yard touchdown with 14 seconds left to secure the Eagles' victory in Buies Creek, N.C. Robinson ran for two scores, and Brent Holman (Bourbon County) and Austin Gahafer (Saint Xavier) had touchdown runs for Morehead. Gahafer was 35-for-58 for 328 yards passing with two interceptions.

Tuskegee 38, Kentucky State 28: Ora Johnson (Bryan Station) threw two TD passes in the Thorobreds' loss at home. The first was a 21-yard toss to Charles Johnson (Bourbon County), and the second went for six yards to Lavelle Cloyd (Bryan Station).

William Johnson (Lafayette) added a 2-yard scoring run for Kentucky State.

Tennessee-Martin 52, Murray State 45: Jarod Neal threw for 420 yards with five touchdown passes and UT Martin beat visiting Murray State.

Murray State's KD Humphries threw two touchdown passes to Janawski Davis in the first quarter, and another to Jesse Blackburn with 3 seconds left. Roman Clay ran for two touchdowns.

Kentucky Wesleyan 49, Louisiana 22: The Panthers' Keelan Cole (Central) set single-game program records for receiving yards (278), receiving TDs (five) and all-purpose yards (319).

Kentucky Wesleyan QB Dalton Oliver (Muhlenberg County) threw for 423 yards and six scores.