Haywood gallops for 139 yards, one TD|Jones plays solid game for Bears

Published 7:29 pm Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Sports Editor

Bryan Haywood galloped for 139 yards and a touchdown, but it wasn’t enough as North Carolina Wesleyan fell 36-34 to Emory &Henry College on Saturday.
Haywood picked up the 139 rushing yards on 18 carries. He scored on a 5-yard run in the second quarter.
For the season, Haywood has 244 yards rushing on 41 carries (5.95.6 average) and two touchdowns. The senior also has four receptions for 31 yards and one kickoff return for 24 yards.
Wesleyan (1-2) returns to action Oct. 3 at home against Ferrum College.
Jamont Jones had another solid outing for the Bears in Lenoir-Rhyne’s 32-16 win over North Greenville on Saturday.
The former Washington Pam Pack star had four tackles, including two tackles-for-loss. Jones, a sophomore, also had a 33-yard punt return and a 28-yard kick return.
Jones, a special teams standout, has eight kickoff returns for 270 yards (33.8 average), which includes a 94-yard return for a score, and three punt returns for 41 yards (13.7 average). The starting defensive back also has one interception, 12 tackles and one blocked kick.
The Bears (3-1) play host to Brevard in a 7 p.m. game Saturday.
Travis Daniels led the UNC-Pembroke ground attack with 89 yards rushing on 13 carries in the Braves’ 35-22 loss to Carson-Newman on Saturday.
The former Washington Pam Pack star had a long run of 36 yards. The sophomore also had two receptions for 24 yards.
For the season, Daniels has rushed for 438 yards and three scores on 63 carries (6.95 average). He also has six catches for 70 yards.
The Braves (3-1) play host to Lane in a 6 p.m. game Saturday.
Chase Tripp recorded his first college tackle for the Winston-Salem Rams. The tackle came in Saturday’s 16-10 overtime loss to Morgan State in Saturday’s 38th Annual New York Urban League Football Classic, played at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
The freshman defensive lineman is a former standout with the Washington Pam Pack.
The Rams (0-3) play at South Carolina State in a 6 p.m. game Saturday.
C.J. Wilson, a former star at Northside High School, had 3.5 tackles and one fumble recovery for East Carolina in Saturday’s 31-17 loss to No. 24 North Carolina.
The senior defensive end has 12.5 tackles, including two tackles-for-loss, this season.
Wilson has 21.5 sacks, 40 tackles-for-loss, 22 quarterback hurries and 146 tackles in his career.
The Pirates (1-2) play host to UCF in their Conference USA opener Saturday at 3:30 p.m.
Greg Palmer, a former star at Northside High School, had four tackles for Chowan in Saturday’s 35-30 loss to Elizabeth City in the Down East Classic.
Palmer, a senior co-captain for the Hawks, registered a sack.
For the season, Palmer has 22 tackles, four tackles-for-loss, two sacks (17-yards in loss) and one fumble recovery.
The Hawks (0-4) play at Virginia Union University in a 1 p.m. game Saturday.
William Hunt, a former star at Plymouth High School, did not play in Fayetteville State’s 24-0 win over St. Paul’s on Saturday.
The freshman defensive tackle has four tackles on the season.
The Broncos (2-2) play host to Virginia State at 6 p.m. Saturday.
Kenneth Hyman, a former star at Roanoke High School, did not play the Quakers in Guilford’s 28-3 loss to Averett on Saturday.
For the season, the sophomore cornerback has two tackles and two pass breakups.
The Quakers (0-3) play host to Hampden-Sydney in a 7 p.m. game Saturday.
Terry Griffin, a former standout at Roanoke High School, had three tackles for Elizabeth City in Saturday’s 35-30 win over Chowan in the Down East Classic.
For the season, the junior defensive tackle has 17 tackles, including three tackles-for-loss, and one sack.
The Vikings (3-1) play at Saint Augustine’s in a 1 p.m. game Saturday.
Jamel Moore, a former standout at Williamston High School, had five carries for 4 yards in Livingstone’s 51-0 loss to Bowie State. The freshman also had one catch for 3 yards.
For the year, Moore has six kickoff returns for 181 yards (30.2 average), eight receptions for 116 yards and 17 rushes for 13 yards.
The Blue Bears (0-4) play host to Lincoln University at 1 p.m. Saturday.
Jessica Rogers, a former star at Washington High School, is a member of the N.C. A&T cross country team.
The sophomore didn’t run in last weekend’s Reebok Wolfpack Invitational.
The Aggies return to action Saturday in the Greensboro Invitational.
Danielya Whitney has four kills and one dig for Pitt Community College.
Whitney, a former standout at Southside High School, is a freshman middle blocker for the Bulldogs.
Pitt (8-6) plays at Wake Tech Community College on Wednesday.
Marissa Smith, a former standout at Washington High School, has appeared in four games for the Methodist Monarchs.
The freshman forward and her Meredith (4-4) teammates return to action Saturday at Shenandoah University.
Jeanna Buck, a former standout at Washington High School, had two shots on goal for the Peace Pacers in Saturday’s 1-0 loss to Randolph College, and one shot on goal in a 2-0 loss to Warren Wilson on Sunday.
Buck has played in all six games for the Peace soccer team this season. The freshman defender/midfielder has started in four of those games. She has three shots on goal this year.
Peace (0-6) plays host to Piedmont College on Sunday.
Stephen Cullop, a former standout at Terra Ceia, saw some game action in goal for the Waldorf Warriors over the weekend.
The freshman goalie played five minutes, 38 seconds in Waldorf’s 4-1 loss to Clarke College on Saturday. Cullop didn’t have any saves and did not allow any goals. Cullop played 45 minutes in his team’s 6-0 loss to UW-Platteville on Sunday. He had two saves and allowed to goals.
It was Cullop’s third action of the season for the Warriors (4-6), who play host to St. Ambrose University on Saturday.
Cullop has three saves to his credit.
Anna Pfeiffer, a four-year MVP of the Washington Pam Pack swim team, is a member of the South Carolina Gamecocks swim club.
The freshman specializes in the breaststroke and intermediate.
The Gamecocks hit the pool Oct. 9 at home against Kentucky.