Georgetown rolled past visiting Bethel 63-21 Saturday to hand Coach Bill Cronin his 150th victory at the school.
The Tigers (5-0) opened a 28-7 lead early in the second quarter and never looked back. Cronin is 150-35 in 16 years at Georgetown.
"We don't have this record without all the players that have come through this program," Cronin said.
Georgetown scored five touchdowns on the ground and got three TD passes from Neal Pawsat, including a 16-yarder to Cory Cronin, the coach's son.
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Geneva 50, Thomas More 48 (4 OT): Geneva (1-3) tied the game with 56 seconds left and went on to beat visiting Thomas More (1-3) in four overtimes. Thomas More had the ball first in the fourth overtime and scored on freshman Jensen Gebhardt's 25-yard touchdown pass to freshman Goose Cohorn, but the mandatory two-point conversion failed.
Thomas More senior Zach Autenrieb tied the NCAA Division III career interception record with his 29th. He had two interceptions, returning the second 25 yards for a touchdown.
Cumberland 41, Pikeville 23: Sophomore Reed Gurchiek completed 17 of 21 passes for 245 yards and two scores, and senior Lemeco Miller had 116 yards rushing and 92 yards receiving to lead Cumberland (4-1) over host Pikeville (3-3).
Union 37, Bluefield (Va.) 14: Mike Brinkley passed for two touchdowns and ran for one, and host Union (3-2) kept Bluefield (0-6) winless for the season. Coach Tommy Reid became Union's all-time wins leader with his 47th in 12 seasons, and senior running back Rob Brown eclipsed 4,000 career all-purpose yards.
Millsaps 33, Centre 16: Host Centre (3-2) lost to Millsaps (4-0) in both teams' first game a members of the Southern Athletic Association. Centre senior Jordan Gay broke his own school record with a 53-yard field goal into the wind.
Cumberlands 61, Lindsey Wilson 29: Host Cumberlands (5-0) scored 54 unanswered points to rout Lindsey Wilson (2-4) and extend its school-record winning streak to 10 dating to last season.
Campbellsville 15, Kentucky Christian 14: Former Campbellsville soccer standout Casey Clarke kicked a school-record five field goals — accounting for all his team's points — in the win at Kentucky Christian (2-3). Clarke's 52-yarder tied a school record, and his 41-yarder at the end of the third quarter provided the go-ahead score for Campellsville (1-4). Clarke is a senior from London, England.