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No. 18 Lenoir-Rhyne Defeats Football 62-24
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#18 Lenoir-Rhyne (9-1)
11/9/2013 | Hickory, N.C. | Attendance: 4371
1st2nd3rd4thFinal
Alderson Broaddus0170724
Lenoir-Rhyne1414211362
Scoring
1st Quarter
L-RTD12:52 31 Yd Run ( kick)
L-RTD05:54 3 Yd Run ( kick)
2nd Quarter
ABUTD12:09Schroeder 21 Yd Pass From Vaughn (Butler kick)
L-RTD08:59 5 Yd Run ( kick)
ABUFG04:15Butler 26 Yd
L-RTD03:09 21 Yd Run ( kick)
ABUTD00:10Person 2 Yd Pass From Vaughn (Butler kick)
3rd Quarter
L-RTD08:41 70 Yd Run ( kick)
L-RTD07:45 ( kick)
L-RTD04:55 ( kick)
4th Quarter
L-RTD12:25 2 Yd Run ( missed kick)
L-RTD05:10 1 Yd Run ( kick)
ABUTD01:17Schroeder 34 Yd Pass From Bruggeman (Butler kick)
Stats at a GlanceABUL-R
1st Downs2421
3rd Down Conversions12-185-6
4th Down Conversions0-00-0
Passing (Comp-Att)271 (30-45)4 (1-3)
Rushing (Att)181 (31)442 (48)
Total Yards452446
Penalties4-302-30
Turnovers31
Fumbles Lost01
Interceptions30
Possession37:5622:04

Saturday, November 09, 2013

HICKORY, N.C. -- The Alderson Broaddus football team lost to No. 18 Lenoir-Rhyne University 62-24 Saturday afternoon at Moretz Stadium.

The Battlers (4-5) trailed by just 11 points at the end of the first half of Saturday's loss. Quarterback Wilson Vaughn (Glen Allen, Va.) hit tight end Cooper Schroeder (Canonsburg, Pa.) for a 21-yard touchdown strike and then connected with Paris Person (Washington D.C.) for a two-yard TD toss with 10 seconds remaining in the opening half.

Vaughn was 26-for-38 for 221 yards and two touchdowns against the Bears (9-1), but also heaved three interceptions, two of which were returned for touchdowns.

L-R completed just one pass in the game and left the rest of the offense to its running game. The Bears racked up 442 yards on the ground and averaged 9.2 yards per carry. Teverrius Jones carried the rock seven times for 110 yards and Isaiah Whitaker rushed for three touchdowns.

Schroeder finished the game with a team-high 71 receiving yards for the blue and gold. He caught two touchdowns, including a TD pass from freshman Dakota Bruggeman (Knoch, Pa.) in the closing minutes.

Tailback Brandon Jones (Williamsburg, Va.) led ABU with 157 yards rushing on 22 carries. He is just 43 yards shy of breaking the 1,000-yard mark for the season.

ABU hosts Cumberland University Saturday, Nov. 16 at AB Stadium. The Senior Day game and season finale is scheduled for a noon ET kickoff.