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Small College Football Roundup

Associated Press

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Tom Zetts threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score for Youngstown State (11-2).

Marcus Mason rushed for 138 yards and a touchdown and Zetts finished

11-of-21 for 146 yards. Pierre Rombert led Illinois State (9-4) with 114 yards rushing.

Montana 20, S. Illinois 3

MISSOULA, Mont. — Josh Swogger passed for 230 yards and two touchdowns, both to Craig Chambers, and Montana (12-1) allowed Southern Illinois (9-4) past midfield only twice.

Massachusetts 24, New Hampshire 17

AMHERST, Mass. — Steve Baylark ran for 198 yards and one touchdown and Liam Coen passed for 231 yards and two scores for Massachusetts (12-1).

New Hampshire finished the season 9-4.

DIVISION II

J.D. Davis traveled the state playing football for West Rowan and Catawba.

Now, he’s one step away from traveling to the Division II national championship game in Florence, Ala.

Davis, an assistant for Delta State, was on the sidelines Saturday as DSU thrashed Gulf South North Alabama 27-10.

That puts Delta State (12-2) in the semifinals next week against juggernaut Grand Valley State (13-0).

Former Catawba assistant Mike Bloomgren is also a Delta coach.

The other semifinal pits Bloomsburg State (12-1) against Northwest Missouri State (13-0).

DIVISION III

ALLIANCE, Ohio — Nate Kmick ran for 174 yards and Greg Micheli had 116 yards and two touchdowns to lead defending champion Mount Union to a 17-14 win over Capital on Saturday in the NCAA Division III quarterfinals.

Mike Zimmerman gave the Purple Riders (13-0) a 10-7 lead with a 20-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter and Micheli made it 17-7 with a 1-yard touchdown run.

St. John Fisher 31, Rowan 0

PITTSFORD, N.Y. — Rob Kramer threw three touchdown passed to help St. John Fisher (12-1) advance to the semifinals for the first time.

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