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VALLEY, Ala. — The No. 17 Bethel Wildcats won their third straight game with a 48-21 road win over Point University Saturday. The game was actually played at Ram Stadium in Valley, …
VALLEY, Ala. — The No. 17 Bethel Wildcats won their third straight game with a 48-21 road win over Point University Saturday. The game was actually played at Ram Stadium in Valley, Alabama. The Cats moved to 3-1 on the season while the SkyHawks fell to 1-4. It was the 450th game played in Bethel football history.
Marcello Walton – 14 carries for 83 yards
De’Ontay Tate – 15 carries for 69 yards and one rushing touchdown
Blake Meadors – 11/15 for 285 yards and four touchdowns
J’Kobi Reddick – four receptions for 95 yards
Dominic Moore – two reception and one touchdown
Braden Simmons – two receptions
Dieuly Aristilde – touchdown reception for 68 yards
Jeremy Beaulieu – nine total tackles
Jeremy Johnson – nine total tackles and one sack
Brandon Moore – five total tackles
David Miller – five total tackles
Caleb Nelson – blocked punt and return for touchdown
Bethel had 497 total yards on offense – 212 yards rushing and 285 yards in passing
The Wildcats return home Thursday night to face nationally ranked Lindsey Wilson at 6 p.m. It will be Military Appreciation Night at Wildcat Stadium. All service personnel and veterans will be admitted free with proper ID.
The contest can be viewed on Wildcat Vision at: http://www.bethelathletics.com/f/WildcatVision.php.
Dave McCulley and Zach O’Kelley will call the action on both networks.
Live stats will be available at: http://www.dakstats.com/Websync/Pages/Webcasts.aspx?association=10
The game will also be televised on a delayed basis by WLJT-TV, Channel 11. Airtimes: Sept. 28 at 10 p.m. & Sept. 29 at 11 p.m. Announcers are Russell Barker and Robin Francis