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Small school roundup: Pacific Lutheran falls to George Fox on late touchdown

Gran Schroder’s 5-yard run with 6:45 left lifted George Fox (3-3, 3-1) over Pacific Lutheran (3-3, 2-2) 22-18 in Northwest Conference play on Saturday in Newberg, Oregon.

The touchdown culminated a 16-play, 79-yard scoring drive and was Schroder’s second touchdown of the day. He had a 29-yard TD run in the second quarter.

PLU built a 12-0 lead in the first on a 22-yard TD run by Ethan McElderry and Ben Welch’s 11-yard scoring catch.

Wesley Riddell’s 12-yard TD run for George Fox tied it at 15 in the third.

Jon Schaub went 22 of 31 for 204 yards and a touchdown for PLU.

Puget Sound 39, Lewis & Clark 28: Hans Fortune passed for 562 yards with four touchdowns and Puget Sound (3-3, 1-3 NWC) outlasted Lewis & Clark (0-6, 0-4) 39-28 in Tacoma.

Puget Sound scored 30 unanswered points through the middle of the third quarter to lead 33-14 with just over 7 minutes left.

Nick Fortino threw touchdown passes on successive drives to pull L&C within five at 33-28 at the end of the third, but Puget Sound responded in the fourth with a seven-play, 80-yard drive, ending with Austin Wagner’s 5-yard TD for the final margin.

Carroll 28, Rocky Mountain 14: Five Carroll rushers combined for 205 yards and two touchdowns and Isazah King came up with a fumble recovery on a muffed punt and an interception returned for a touchdown as Carroll (3-4, 3-4 Frontier League) defeated Rocky Mountain (4-4, 4-3) 28-14 in Helena.

King’s 30-yard pick-6 came with 9 seconds left to seal the win.

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