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NSU Sports

October 21, 2012

NSU breaks through

RiverHawks record first ever victory in the MIAA by rallying to beat Central Missouri.


Northeastern State 24, Central Missouri 23

UCM     13     10       0         0     --     23

NSU       7       0       7       10     --     24

First quarter

NORTHEASTERN STATE — Johnny Deaton 34-yard run (Drew Patton kick), 6:21.

CENTRAL MISSOURI — Sean Gorman 6-yard pass from Colter Smith (Aaron Jamieson kick failed), 4:40.

CENTRAL MISSOURI — Ronrei Lloyd 19-yard pass from Smith (Jamieson kick), 1:44.

Second quarter

CENTRAL MISSOURI — Jamieson 31-yard field goal, 12:18.

CENTRAL MISSOURI — Gorman 1-yard run (Jamieson kick), 4:41.

Third quarter

NORTHEASTERN STATE — Cayle Shambaugh fumble recovery in end zone (Patton kick), 8:11.

Fourth quarter

NORTHEASTERN STATE — Patton 20-yard field goal, 13:38.

NORTHEASTERN STATE — Joel Rockmore 19-yard run, 1:54.


First downs    15    19

  Rush    3    9

  Pass    8    8

  Penalty    4    2

Rush Att-Yds        24-22    39-174

Pass Comp.    27    19

Pass Att.    46    37

INT’s thrown    2    1

Passing Yards    228    226

Total Yards    250    400

Punts-Avg.          8-44.6    7-43.6

Fumbles-Lost    1-1    4-4

Penalties-Yds    7-50    9-82

Individual Stats


Central Missouri: LaVance Taylor 11-13, Corey Washington 4-12, Colter Smith 7-6, Sean Gorman 1-1, TEAM 1-(-10); Northeastern State: Joel Rockmore 25-121, Johnny Deaton 7-33, Dallas McCutcheon 2-13, Zack Simmons 3-13, TEAM 1-(-2).


Missouri Central: Smith 27-46-2 228; Northeastern State: Deaton 19-37-1 226, McCutcheon 0-0-0 0.


Missouri Central: Ronrei Lloyd 10-126, Taylor 5-(-6), David Cannon 3-49, Cullen Rosine 2-27, Ralph Watson 2-8, Cody Woods 1-8, Gorman 1-6, Washington 1-5, Anthony Kirkwood 1-5, Kyson Ginavan 1-0; Northeastern State: Jermaine Sherman 6-102, Jahmai Coleman 6-70, Chucky Bryant 3-32, Gionni Harris 2-18, Ryan Dvorak 1-3, Rockmore 1-1.

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