Junior RB Eric Bunker (Tops
eld, Mass.) ac-counted for the Lord Jeffs’
nal two touchdownsin a 38-31 victory at Middlebury on Saturday. Heaccumulated 119 yards of total offense, gaining88 yards on the ground on 18 carries (4.9 percarry) and catching four passes for 31 yards(7.9). Sixty of his total yards came in a pivotalfourth quarter, as his one-yard touchdown run with 2:32 to playbroke a 31-all tie. Bunker has rushed for at least one touch-down in each of the Lord Jeffs’ games this season, includingtwo in the last two outings. Junior DB Evan Rosenstein (NewCanaan, Conn.) had 12 tackles (seven solo), 0.5 TFL, aninterception, and a pass break up in Saturday’s victory. Hisinterception early in the third quarter in Middlebury territory ledto the Jeffs’
rst touchdown of the day following a four-play,32-yard drive. Junior P/K Matt Rawson (Bethesda, Md.) was5-for-5 on PAT for the third time in as many games, and alsoconnected on a 37-yard
eld goal attempt (1-for-2). He alsoaveraged 35.2 yards on four punts with a long of 54 and oneinside the Middlebury 20.
Sophomore RB Patrick George (Gloucester, Mass.) rushed
vetimes for 34 yards (6.8 per carry) in the Bobcats’ 41-0 setbackto Williams on Saturday. Senior OLB Myles Walker (Needham,Mass.) had a career-high 14 tackles (12 solo), including onefor a loss, and also had a pass de
ection. Senior K/P GavinSegall-Abrams (Greensboro, N.C.) punted 11 times for a37.3-yard average, including a long of 50 and two inside theEph 20. Prior to Saturday’s game, Bates dedicated the majorrenovations to Garcelon Field, which included a new arti
cialturf surface and lights.
Rookie running back Zach Donnarumma (Ramsey, N.J.) ran fora career-high 114 yards (3.8 per carry) and two touchdowns tolead the Polar Bears past Tufts on Saturday, 22-15. His secondscramble of the day, a six-yard run off-tackle in the third quarter,put Bowdoin up for good in the game. Donnarumma’s rushingperformance was the best for a Polar Bear freshman in over adecade. Junior WR Pat Noone (North Attleboro, Mass.) caught13 passes, one shy of his own school record, for 131 yards onSaturday. With the performance, Noone became the
rst PolarBear to ever surpass 100 career receptions.
Junior wide receiver Connor Walsh (Hamilton, Mass.) tied aprogram record with 11 catches in the Mules’ 27-20 loss toWesleyan on Saturday. He also had two touchdown catches ofeight and
ve yards, and
nished the game with 88 total receiv-ing yards. Through three games, Walsh has 18 catches.
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Sophomore wide receiver McCullough Shriver (Marborough,Conn.) recorded a career-high eight caches in Saturday’s 41-7setback to Trinity. He
nished the game with a team-best 36receiving yards. Sophomore DL Jim Forrey (Glen Rock, N.J.)was credited with a game-high seven tackles, all solo. Four ofthe seven tackles were for a combined loss of 18 yards. Healso accounted for both Hamilton sacks. Senior K/P GeorgeTaylor (Pleasantville, N.Y.) punted seven times for 256 yards(36.6 per punt), including a career-long of 68 yards. He pinnedthe Bantams inside their own 20 once. Taylor also connectedon his lone PAT attempt.
Junior defensive back Michael Bilodeau led the Panthers onSaturday with 10 tackles (six solo), while sophomore DB JohnWiet recorded nine (six solo), including one for a loss of oneyard in a 38-31 loss to Amherst. Kicker Anthony Kuchan openedthe scoring in Saturday’s game with a 20-yard
eld goal, justmoments after keeping the drive alive with a three-yard rushon a fake punt.
Freshman running back Dante Astheimer (Pottstown, Pa.)rushed eight times for 111 yards and added his
rst careertouchdown in the Bantams’ 41-7 win at Hamilton on Saturday.Senior CB Harry Melendez (Holyoke, Mass.) picked off twopasses in the victory. His
rst interception gave Trinity the ballat the Continental 25-yard line and set up a touchdown to givethe Bantams a 14-0 lead in the
Senior QB Anthony Fucillo (Winthrop, Mass.)set a new passing yards record with 356 atBowdoin on Saturday. He erased the 28-year oldrecord of 354 yards held by Dave Piermarini in1982. sophomore Tommy Castle (Yarrow Point,Wash.) returned an interception 48 yards for atouchdown, the second pick returned to the endzone for the Jumbo defense this season.
Senior quarterback Patrick Mof
tt (WashingtonTownship, N.J.) connected on 21-of-29 passes(.724) for 289 yards and tossed two touchdownswhile not being intercepted in the Ephs’ 41-0 winat Bates. He completed passes to nine differentWilliams receivers. Senior MLB Dylan Schultz(Williamstown, Mass.) made 11 tackles (10 solo)in the victory, with two for a loss of 14 yards. He also recordeda sack for a loss of 10 yards.
Notes From Week #3
Bunker Fucillo Mof