EARLHAM FOOTBALL LOSES AT KENYON
September 9, 2012By Michael McGraw of Eastern Indiana Sports
GAMBIER, Ohio — The Earlham College football team played its first road contest of 2012 on Saturday as the Quakers fell 31-14 to Kenyon College.
The Lords (1-1) worked their way to a 14-0 advantage by intermission before adding 10 points in the third period.
After Kenyon scored early in the fourth quarter, the Quakers (0-2) found in the end zone twice in the final stanza.
Earlham's first touchdown game on an 18-yard pass from Alonzo Genelin (Arcadia, WI, Arcadia) to Andy Cain (Hamilton, OH, Hamilton).
The second score for the Quakers came on a 1-yard run by Genelin.
Genelin led the Earlham offense by completing 13-of-21 passes for 149 yards. Matt Couch (Versailles, KY, Woodford County) was 14-of-31 for 95 yards.
Jalen Kenner (Reserve, LA, East St. John) led the Quakers with 12 catches for 91 yards, while Marcus Coby (Coral Springs, FL, Heritage) had seven grabs for 83 yards. Cain finished with four receptions for 49 yards.
Defensively, Kaleb Lingg (Dayton, OH, Northridge) topped the Quakers with 12 tackles. D'Hari Curtis-Webster (Pittsburg, CA, Pittsburg), Allen Eugene (Deer Park, NY, Deer Park) and Nate McCormack (Cicero, IN, Hamilton Heights) had six tackles each.
Earlham plays its first Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference contest next Saturday as the Quakers entertain . The game in Darrell Beane Stadium gets underway at 1:30 p.m.