#GLIACFB Records 6-3 Mark in Week 2 Action

#GLIACFB Records 6-3 Mark in Week 2 Action

GAME NOTES: ASHLAND | DAVENPORT | FERRIS STATE | GRAND VALLEY STATE | MICHIGAN TECH | NORTHERN MICHIGAN | NORTHWOODSAGINAW VALLEY | WAYNE STATE


GLIAC -- Week 2 of the 2018 GLIAC Football season is ready to roll. Game notes, audio, video and live stats links for nine GLIAC football contests on Saturday, Sept. 8 can be found below.

Davenport earned a 7-3 victory over Wisconsin-Oshkosh, the No. 2 ranked team in D3, to move to 2-0 on the year as the Panthers held their opponent to 127 yards of total offense. Saginaw Valley ran out to a quick 17-0 lead in the first ten minutes to dominate Walsh on the road with the eventual final score being 41-10 as the Cardinals improve to 2-0.

Michigan Tech came back from 24-16 down in the fourth to defeat Hillsdale in overtime, 31-30, after a missed PAT gave the Huskies the win. Tech running back James Henderson rushed for 120 yards and a score, while wideout Jacob Wenzlick caught nine balls for 117 yards. Northern Michigan picked up a 27-22 victory over UT-Permian Basin as running back Jake Mayon produced 224 rushing yards on 35 carries including a late, fourth quarter touchdown in the win.

No. 9 Ferris State handled No. 19 Findlay 59-13 as the Bulldogs pulled out to a 24-0 halftime lead which eventually extended to 31-0 before the Oilers could get on the scoreboard. FSU quarterback Jayru Campbell scored five touchdowns and amassed over 300 yards of total offense in the lopsided victory. No. 8 Grand Valley State posted an impressive 21-10 win in Mississippi over Delta State. In a defensive battle, GVSU wideout Austin Paritee caught a 31-yard Bart Williams pass to put the game away early in the fourth.

Northwood fell behind early and could never catch up as the Timberwolves fell 27-16 at home to Missouri S&T. Wayne State went on the road and was overwhelmed by No. 22 Indianapolis in a 28-6 decision, while No. 18 Ashland took a 17-3 first quarter lead on the road at No. 17 Ohio Dominican before ODU scored the final 21 points of the contest to earn the 24-17 victory.

The four late games feature six ranked teams, including a pair of Top 25 matchups. Wayne State hits the road to No. 22 Indianapolis in hopes of starting 2-0 at 6 p.m. before No. 8 Grand Valley State takes on Delta State in Mississippi at 7 o'clock. Former league foes will battle in the trenches when No. 9 Ferris State tangles with No. 19 Findlay, while No. 18 Ashland travels to Columbus to face No. 17 Ohio Dominican in a pair of highly-anticipated matchups.

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Sat. September 14, 2019
Final
Football
12
Wayne St. (Mich.)
35
Truman
Final
Football
20
Tiffin
35
Saginaw Valley
Final
Football
34
Ashland
12
Walsh
Final
Football
13
Davenport
9
Lake Erie
Final
Football
24
Michigan Tech
19
McKendree
Final
Football
24
Northern Mich.
40
UT Permian Basin
Final
Football
21
Northwood
31
Findlay
Final
Football
24
Delta St.
28
Grand Valley St.
Final
Football
62
Ferris St.
28
Central Wash.
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