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A look at how local college football players did on Saturday

A look at how local college football players did on Saturday

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Division I FBS

TE Mike Gesicki (Southern Regional) had five catches for 88 yards in Penn State’s 45-31 win over Indiana.

LB Brandon Bell (Oakcrest) had nine tackles, including a sack and 1½ for a loss, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery.

LB Manny Bowen (Barnegat) had two tackles, including one for a loss.

LB Kevin Marquez (Egg Harbor Township) had a tackle in Rutgers’ 49-0 loss to Michigan State.

Division I FCS

DL Austin Gray (EHT) had five tackles, including a half sack and one for a loss in a 31-21 win by St. Francis (Pa.) over Central Connecticut St.

WR Toure Douglas (Vineland) had a 6-yard catch in Columbia’s 42-40 loss to Cornell.

TE Jordan Powell (Lacey Township) had four catches for 30 yards in New Hampshire’s 36-25 loss to Albany.

FB T.J. Anderson (Holy Spirit) had 33 yards rushing on 13 carries in Rhode Island’s 44-14 win over Elon.

PK Jim Cooper Jr. (Mainland Regional) kicked a 33- and a 27-yard field goal in Wagner’s 40-5 win over Robert Morris. He also had four extra points and averaged 54 yards on eight kickoffs. LB Sunny Tapp (St. Joseph) had four tackles, including one for a loss, for Robert Morris.

LB Jeff Steeb (Holy Spirit) had 10 tackles in Villanova’s 20-7 loss to James Madison. LB Ed Shockley (Millville) had eight tackles, including one for a loss.

DB Gary Melton Jr. (Cedar Creek) had three tackles in Delaware State’s 45-14 loss to North Carolina A&T.

Division II

CB Mark Clements (Oakcrest) returned an interception 41 yards for a touchdown in New Haven’s 26-24 win over Southern Connecticut. He also had four tackles and a pass breakup.

P Brendyn Van Demark (Millville) averaged 38 yards in eight punts with a long of 46 yards in Cheyney’s 66-8 loss to Edinboro.

Division III

WR Tyler Bing (Absegami) had two catches for 18 yards, including an 18-yard touchdown and a 9-yard run in Delaware Valley’s 45-7 win over Widener. DB Jarren McBryde (Atlantic City) had three tackles and a pass breakup. LB Christian Snowden (St. Joseph) had two tackles, including one for a loss and a half sack. LB Danny Smith (Oakcrest) had three tackles.

DL Ryan Sullivan (Lacey Township) had five tackles in FDU-Florham’s 40-36 loss to Misericordia.

RB Taalib Gerald (Holy Spirit) had 32 yards rushing on 12 carries, including a 6-yard touchdown, in Franklin & Marshall’s 28-21 win over Gettysburg. He also had a 5-yard catch. For Gettysburg, RB Justin Walsh (Mainland Regional) had 8 yards rushing on eight carries.

WR Dylan Mento (Hammonton) had a 6-yard catch in Gallaudet’s 31-28 loss to Maritime.

DB Kyle Wiggins (Absegami) had a tackle in Kean’s 20-10 win over Montclair State. For Montclair State, WR Stefen Fleming (Oakcrest) had a 5-yard catch.

WR Liam Nolan (Holy Spirit) had nine catches for 63 yards in Moravian’s 31-12 loss to Muhlenberg.

LB Ethan Gambale (Holy Spirit) had seven tackles and two pass breakups in Salve Regina’s 45-12 win over Maine Martime.

DB Ryan Ganard (Absegami) had eight tackles and an interception that he returned 25 yards in Susquehanna’s 63-34 win over Juniata.

LB Robert Glanville (Atlantic City) had two tackles in Ursinus’ 37-14 win over Dickinson.

RB Cappadonna Miller (Bridgeton) returned two kickoffs for 31 yards and had a 9-yard run in Wesley’s 59-14 win over William Paterson For William Paterson, DB/P Pat Moran (Barnegat) had 12 tackles, including one for a loss. He also averaged 26.1 yards on seven punts with two inside the 20-yard line. DB Darrius Flowers (Vineland) had six tackles, including 1½ for a loss, and a pass breakup.

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