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Pioneers Roll Over Seton Hill 58-2

Rahmann Lee carried the ball 19 times for a career record of 301 yards in a 58-2 win over Seton Hill

Glenville, WV – The Glenville State College Pioneer football team finished their 2012 season with a huge win over Seton Hill, 58-2 on Senior Day.

The Pioneers were led by red-shirt freshman Rahmann Lee as he had a fabulous day. Lee carried the ball 19 times for a career record of 301 yards; he also scored five touchdowns on the day

Lee longest run of the day was 97 yards. His rushing average for the game was 15.8 yards per carry.

Quarterback Justin Feagin went 5 for 14 for 80 yards and a touchdown pass. Feagin also rushed for for 44 yards on five carries.

Orlandus Harris caught four passes for 59 yards while teammate Robert Jiles caught three passes for 47 yards and a touchdown.

The Pioneers defense was led by Darren Eliott with six tackles, two pass break-ups, and an interception that he returned 15 yards. Gary Henderson also finished the day six tackles and a forced fumble.

Demetrius Quarles had an interception on the day and returned it 75 yards to pay dirt.

Tavin Davis rushed for 97 yards on 20 carries for the Seton Hill Griffins.

Andrew Jackson went 16 for 47 for 188 yards but had three interceptions.

DJ Carter caught a game high nine passes for 100 yards while Niko Hall-Brown caught four passes for 62 yards.

Tyler Zimmer led the Griffins defense seven tackles, a forced fumble, and a fumble recovery. Josh Falatovich and X. Perez-Cooley both finished the day with seven tackles.

GSC rushed for a total of 457 yards while the Pioneers defense held the Griffins to 105 yards. GSC had a total of 577 yards of offense.

With the win the Pioneers finish their season with a 6-5 overall record and a 6-2 WVIAC Conference record. They also finished tied for second place in the WVIAC.

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