Trevor Hoskins' third touchdown pass of the game — with 53.3 seconds left — gave host Pikeville a 24-17 victory over Kentucky Wesleyan on Saturday night.
The junior quarterback's 21-yard strike to senior Axxel Rivas also set a new Pikeville record for touchdown passes. Hoskins has 32 in his career.
Not all of Hoskins' numbers were good Saturday. He threw as many interceptions as touchdowns, and the first was returned 95 yards for a touchdown by Kentucky Wesleyan's Jeff Ward.
Pikeville (2-0) tied the game 17-17 on Grayson Quick's 20-yard field goal with 4 minutes left in the game.
Kentucky Wesleyan (0-2) led three times in the game, the last 17-14 early in the fourth quarter after a Chris Owen TD pass to Shawn Mooney.
Murray State 39, Mississippi Valley State 0: Mike Harris rushed for 104 yards and two touchdowns, and Murray State (1-1) recorded its first shutout in seven years with the win at MVSU (0-2).
The Racers held an opponent scoreless for the first time since a 38-0 win against Tennessee-Martin in 2004. It was their first road shutout since 1996, when they blanked Southeast Missouri 16-0.
Union 27, Kentucky Christian 0: Rob Brown rushed for 117 yards and two touchdowns, and host Union (1-1) blanked Kentucky Christian (1-2) for the second straight year.
Union had four sacks and held Kentucky Christian to nine yards in the first half and 44 through three quarters. Union had 11 tackles for loss.
Thomas More 44, Hanover 13: Junior quarterback Rob Kues had 286 combined yards and threw three touchdown passes, and host Thomas More (1-0) routed visiting Hanover (0-2) in its season opener.
Senior running back Kendall Owens scored three touchdowns for Thomas More — two receptions and a 56-yard punt return — and sophomore Domonique Hayden, an LCA graduate, ran for 40 yards and two touchdowns.
Lindsey Wilson 33, Southern Virginia 25: Visiting Lindsey Wilson (1-1) overcame a 25-13 deficit at the half to beat host Southern Virginia (0-3).
Dakota Brown, Greg Young and Tyrome Lott ran for second-half touchdowns for Lindsey Wilson, which gained 275 yards on the ground. Young's 70-yard bolt early in the fourth quarter gave the Blue Raiders a 26-25 lead, and Lott added a 37-yard TD run with 3:14 left.
Cumberlands 42, Virginia-Wise 13: Terrance Cobb rushed for 174 yards and two touchdowns to lead host Cumberlands (2-0) over Virginia-Wise. Cumberlands quarterback Andrew Brunnert only completed five passes, but two went for touchdowns.