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Catawba-Tusculum boxscore

Catawba 55, Tusculum 37

Tusculum        0      23     7     7  — 37

Catawba           0      7     14     34 —  55

Second Quarter

Tus — Defatta FG 31, 13:30

Tus — Forest 1 interception return (Defatta kick), 11:56

Cat — Avent 1 run (Brackman kick), 10:09

Tus — Joseph 5 run (Defatta kick), 2:13

Tus — Pratt 8 run (kick failed), 1:16

Third Quarter

Cat — Osinskie 12 pass from Avent (Brackman kick), 12:15

Cat — Avent 1 run (Brackman kick), 6:27

Tus — Joseph 5 pass from Pistone (Defatta kick), 0:58

Fourth Quarter

Cat — Bryant 5 run (Brackman kick), 13:50

Cat — Greene 71 punt return (Brackman kick), 9:55

Tus — Burnett 18 pass from Pistone (Defatta kick), 6:42

Cat — Addison 16 fumble return (Brackman kick), 4:00

Cat — Thompson 42 interception return (kick failed), 2:07

Cat — Greene 33 run (Brackman kick), 1:14

                                                               Tus       Cat

First downs                                                24         15

Rushes-yards                                       41-157       37-139

Passing yards                                           252        169

Comp-Att-Int                                       22-37-4     9-20-3

Punts                                                     5-34.2      6-43.5

Fumbles-Lost                                           2-1       1-0

Penalties-Yards                                     11-69      6-60

3rd down conversions                         5 of 11      6 of 13

Time of Poss.                                        35:12       24:48

  INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Tusculum: Pratt 9-85; Joseph 17-84; Shippy 8-27; Fudge 1-(minus 11); Pistone 5-(minus 12); Ogle 1-(minus 16). Catawba: Avent 19-64; Greene 9-42; Bryant 9-33.

PASSING — Tusculum:  Pistone 20-31-3, 210; Ogle 2-6-1, 42. Catawba: Avent 9-20-3, 169.

RECEIVING — Tusculum: Burnett 8-90; Belanger 5-51; Fudge 3-25; Moss 2-32. Catawba: Greene 3-86; Osinskie 2-25; Tanksley 2-(minus 2); Sweeper 1-47.

 

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