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Livingstone-WSSU boxscore

Livingstone      7      0      7        7  — 21

W-S State        30     0      0     10 — 40

First Quarter

W-S — Wright tackled Longerbeam for safety, 14:04

W-S  — Tinsley 60 run (Johnson kick), 13:32

W-S — Jackson 17 pass from Tinsley (Johnson kick), 11:02

W-S — Walton 8 pass from Tinsley (Johnson kick), 7:52

W-S — Jones 45 pass from Tinsley (Johnson kick), 6:11

LC — Richardson 4 run (Keene kick), 2:36

Third Quarter

LC — Flowers 6 pass from Longerbeam (Keene kick), 2:05

Fourth Quarter

W-S — Clyburn 40 interception return (Johnson kick), 11:25

LC — Ransom 5 pass from Bell (Keene kick), 4:50

W-S — FG Johnson 50, 2:09

                                                               LC        WSSU

First downs                                              21          14

Rushes-yards                                      36-61        40-200

Passing yards                                         201         119

Comp-Att-Int                                    21-43-1       7-16-1

Punts                                                      7-34.1      8-37.5

Fumbles-Lost                                          2-1         0-0

Penalties-Yards                                   9-106       10-187

3rd down conv.                                     3-17         2-13

  INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Livingstone: Baisey 4-20, Longerbeam 22-14, Bell 1-9, Richardson 6-9, A. Faraimo 1-6, Robinson 1-3, Team 1-0; W-S State: Hurse 20-90, Tinsley 5-63, Moore 9-41, Pickett 5-9, Washington 1-(-3).

PASSING — Livingstone: Longerbeam 16-31-1, 155; Bell 5-12-0, 46. W-S State: Tinsley 7-16-1, 119.

RECEIVING —Livingstone: Ludin 6-63, Ransom 6-58, Gamble 4-29, A. Faraimo 1-30, McCall 1-10, Flowers 1-6, Goetz 1-3, Richardson 1-2; W-S State: Jones 2-47, Hurse 2-31, Jackson 1-17, Moore 1-16, Walton 1-8.

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