Tyler Wilkins caught a go-ahead 6-yard touchdown pass from Kevin Johnson with 1.7 seconds to go, giving Richmond (2-1) a 35-27 come-from-behind win at St. Francis (1-2) in a game that was relocated to Robins Stadium to Loretto, Pa., because of Hurricane Florence.
The upset-minded Red Flash led most of the second half, including 27-23 before the Spiders’ winning drive.
After Wilkins’ TD, UR added a touchdown when Bruton High graduate Daniel Jones returned a loose lateral 29 yards into the end zone on the Red Flash’s desperation kickoff return.
UR’s Dejon Brissett returned a kickoff 94 yards for a touchdown and made nine catches for 104 yards. Johnson was 22 of 29 for 249 yards and two TDs. St. Francis’ Bear Fenimore was 19 of 33 for 208 yards, three touchdowns and an interception. ...
Senior Jimmy Moreland set James Madison’s career interception record with his 15th as the Dukes (2-1), ranked No. 2 in the FCS, dusted Robert Morris 73-7 in Harrisonburg.
Moreland returned the pickoff for JMU’s seventh first-half touchdown as the Dukes tied a record with 52 points in a half. Ben DiNucci, who only played in the first half, threw three touchdown passes and ran for two scores. ...
Anthony Brown threw two of his career-high five touchdown passes to Jeff Smith, and Boston College beat Wake Forest 41-34 in a game that started two hours early in Winston-Salem, N.C., with Hurricane Florence approaching.
Brown was 16 of 25 for a career-best 304 yards with touchdowns of 27 and 71 yards to Smith, plus TDs of 35 yards to Kobay White, 29 yards to Tom Sweeney and 40 yards to Ben Glines for the Eagles (3-0, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference).
AJ Dillon, the ACC’s leading rusher, ran for 185 yards with a 45-yard TD for the Eagles.
Freshman Sam Hartman was 20 of 45 for 214 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions for the Demon Deacons (2-1, 0-1). His 5-yard score to Jack Freudenthal with 1:33 left made it a seven-point game, but White recovered the ensuing onside kick. …
In one of the largest-scoring college football games in recent memory, host Davidson outlasted Guilford 91-61. Davidson is in the FCS but doesn't offer football scholarships, and Guilford is a Division III (by definition non-scholarship) team.
Davidson ran for 685 yards and threw for 279 (on eight passes) for 964 yards of total offense.
HU commitment: Kelvin Watts, a 6-foot-4, 315-pound offensive lineman from Norfolk and Lackawanna (Pa.) College, announced his commitment on Twitter to Hampton University. He played in high school for Atlantic Shores.
Virginia announced its 2018-19 schedule that includes eight dual meets against teams that finished last season in the top 25.
U.Va. host a total of eight dual meets across seven dates, while traveling for four road duals. The season will begin with the Cavalier Duals, which also will include Indiana and Midlands.
The Cavaliers will also compete in three neutral-site dual events, including the Virginia Duals Jan. 11-12 at Hampton Coliseum.
The Atlantic Coast Conference championships (March 9) will be hosted by Virginia Tech, while the NCAA championships (March 21-23) will be in Pittsburgh.
Virginia announced its 2018-19 schedule, which includes the U.Va. Masters in Charlottesville, starting Sept. 21. That double-elimination individual tournament will feature top-level collegiate talent, with the winner of the singles draw earning a wild-card entry into qualifying for October’s Charlottesville Challenger pro event at Boar's Head Sports Club.
The Cavaliers' only nonconference home dual match is Jan. 17 against William and Mary, whose season begins this weekend at the Penn Invitational in Philadelphia. U.Va. will play in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Kickoff Weekend Jan. 25-28 in College Station, Texas, as the Cavaliers try to qualify for the national team indoor tournament Feb. 15-18 in Chicago.
Daniel Lynch, a Hampton native and former Virginia Cavalier, helped the Lexington (Ky.) Legends move one victory away from the Single-A South Atlantic League championship.
As a starting pitcher, he gave up two runs — neither earned — and five hits, striking out four and walking none in four innings Thursday. His team beat the host Lakewood Blue Claws 6-3 to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-five finals.
Lynch, a left-hander who went to Douglas Freeman High in the Richmond area, is eighth on the Kansas City Royals' prospects list, according to MLB.com. He held opponents without an earned run in five of his 12 regular-season starts.
The threat of severe weather and heavy rains associated with Hurricane Florence led to the postponement of the 42nd VSGA Mid-Amateur Championship, which was scheduled for Friday-Sunday at Winchester Country Club.