Final Score: Presbyterian 41, Bluefield College 10
Location: Clinton, S.C. (Bailey Memorial Stadium)
Records: Presbyterian (1-1) | Bluefield College (2-3)
Clinton, S.C. – The Presbyterian College Football team used a high powered offensive attack to pick up a 41-10 victory over Bluefield College on Saturday night inside Bailey Memorial Stadium. Saturday night’s win marked 500 for the program.
- John Walker led the offense with 199 passing yards and three touchdowns both set career-high marks for the redshirt senior.
- Sophomore Keith Pearson had a career-high 101 receiving yards on six catches and a touchdown. Pearson also added a 29 yard passing touchdown to his stat line for his first career passing score.
- Pearson had PC’s first 100 yard receiving game since DaShawn Davis in 2016 against Florida Tech.
- Davis had a pair of touchdowns for his second career two score game. His last coming against Monmouth last season.
- Redshirt senior Robert Baker had the Blue Hose first pick six since 2014 when Ed Britt and Deonte Davis each picked one up against Western Carolina in a 19-14 victory.
HOW IT HAPPENED
- Bluefield got on the board early with a 33-yard field goal midway thru the first quarter to take the early 3-0 lead.
- The Blue Hose got the offense going with their first touchdown to close out the first quarter as Zola Davis had a 6-yard score to give PC a 7-3 lead after one.
- The Rams answered quickly with a seven-yard touchdown pass of their own to take a 10-7 lead early in the second.
- Walker responded with a 46-yard touchdown pass of his own to Pearson to give the Blue Hose a 14-10 lead.
- Walker connected on two more touchdowns to Riley Hilton for five yards and Davis for 17 yards to give PC a 28-10 halftime lead.
- In the third quarter, the Blue Hose turned to Pearson to connect with Davis for a 29-yard score to extend the lead to 34-10.
- PC put the finishing touch on school win 500 with a Baker 34-yard interception return for a touchdown to give the Blue Hose a 41-10 victory.
- The Blue Hose return to Bailey Memorial Stadium on Thursday night against Lindsey Wilson College with kick slated for 7:00 p.m.