DURHAM, N.H. – Trevor Knight (Nashua, N.H.) and Rory Donovan (Canton, Mass.) connected for a pair of touchdown hookups, including a 19-yard connection on the final play of Thursday's Blue-White Game that closed out the University of New Hampshire football team's fall camp.
Knight completed 7 of 14 passes for 123 yards and the two scoring tosses to Donovan, who reeled in three receptions for 95 yards and two TDs.
First-string quarterback Sean Goldrich (West Haven, Conn.) paced the passing attack with 14 completions in 20 attempts for 166 yards. Goldrich was on the brink of a 50-yard touchdown pass to Kyon Taylor (Springfield, Va./4 catches-77 yards) on the final play of the first half, but Casey DeAndrade (East Bridgewater, Mass./five tackles, FF, FR) tracked down Taylor 49 yards down field, punched the ball out at the 1-yard line and recovered the ensuing fumble in the end zone.
Donald Goodrich (York, Maine) headlined the ground attack with 45 yards on eight carries. R.J. Harris (Odenton, Md.), who caught three passes for 64 yards, tallied the lone rushing TD of the day on a 6-yard end-around.
Chris McCormick (Winooski, Vt./5-for-8, 40 yards, TD) threw a 7-yard TD pass to Kieran Presley (Amherst, Mass./5 catches-64 yards, TD) and Adam Riese (Hamilton, N.J./6-for-11, 91 yards) delivered a 4-yard TD pass to Mike Kelly (Merrimack, N.H./3 catches-14 yards, TD).
The Wildcat defense accounted for five turnovers; DeAndrade and Horace Chalstrom (Annapolis, Md.) registered fumble recoveries while Lamar Edmonds (Worcester, Mass.), Daniel Rowe (Orange, N.J.) and Nick Marino (Hudson, N.H.) each notched an interception. Ryan Sosnak (Bethel Park, Pa.) collected two sacks in his UNH debut.
Max Pedinoff (Newtown, Pa.) booted a 32-yard field goal to highlight the special teams' efforts.
Team Cats defeated Team Wild, 28-17.
The fourth-ranked Wildcats turn their attention to their Aug. 30 season-opener at the University of Toledo of the Football Bowl Subdivision. Game time is 7 p.m., and the game will be telecast live from the Glass Bowl on ESPN3.
UNH plays host to Lehigh University in the Wildcats' home opener Saturday, Sept. 13, at 3:30 p.m. It will be Kids' Day/Welcome Back 'Cat Pack/Season Ticket Holder Appreciation Day at Cowell Stadium, and the game will be televised live by the American Sports Network (ASN). PURCHASE TICKETS HERE.
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