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Robinson keys Saints’ win over MacMurray

Preston Robinson rushed for 137 yards on 25 carries and scored two touchdowns to lead St. Scholastica to its first football victory of the season, 22-10 over MacMurray College in a UMAC game Saturday at Public Schools Stadium.

Preston Robinson rushed for 137 yards on 25 carries and scored two touchdowns to lead St. Scholastica to its first football victory of the season, 22-10 over MacMurray College in a UMAC game Saturday at Public Schools Stadium.
St. Scholastica limited MacMurray to just 277 total yards of offense in evening its record at 1-1.
Robinson scored on a 9-yard run in the first quarter and kicker Donovan Blatz capped a 20-play, 62-yard drive with a 30-yard field goal to make it 9-3.
Shortly before halftime, Nick Murphy hauled in a 19-yard scoring strike from Dakota Paulson to give the Saints a 15-3 lead.
But MacMurray trimmed the deficit to 15-10 as time expired in the first half when Dervon Francis scored on a 1-yard plunge.
Robinson’s second TD on an 11-yard run with just over two minutes left in the third quarter was the only scoring of the second half.
Paulson was 11-for-20 for 101 yards passing.
MacMurray (0-1) was paced by Patrick Hall’s 106 rushing yards on 18 carries.

MacMurray    0-10-0-0-10
St. Scholastica    6-9-7-0-22
CSS - Preston Robinson 9 run (kick failed)
M - Grant Cooper 26 field goal
CSS - Donovan Blatz 30 field goal
CSS- Nick Murphy 19 pass from Dakota Paulson (kick failed)
M - Dervon Francis 1 run (Cooper kick)
CSS - Robinson 11 run (Blatz kick)

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