Walsh 23, Kentucky Wesleyan 17

First-year coach John Fankhauser earned his first career win as the Cavaliers (1-3, 1-1) downed Kentucky Wesleyan (2-3, 1-2) in a Great Midwest Athletic Conference game in Owensboro, Ky., on Saturday.

Walsh jumped out to a 17-0 lead in the first quarter and held on behind running back Koby Adu-Poku, who scored on runs of 20 and 28 yards and finished with 158 yards on 26 carries. It was his second consecutive game of more than 100 yards.

Kicker Kasey Tingler connected on three field goals and two extra points for Walsh.

Hillsdale 45, Malone 35

Despite scoring five touchdowns for the third consecutive game, Malone (1-3, 1-2) was picked apart by Hillsdale College (4-1, 3-0) for 566 total yards in a GMAC game at Tom Benson Stadium in Canton. 

Quarterback Deandre Clayton ran for three touchdowns and connected with Ashton Dulin for a 4-yard passing TD for the Pioneers, who finished with 365 yards. Clayton led Malone on the ground with 74 yards on 19 attempts. He was 22-for-40 passing for 196 yards.

Hillsdale's Chance Stewart threw for 450 yards on 30-of-43 passing to became the first player in school history with two 400-yard passing games in a career.

Wabash 48, Wooster 20

Wooster was within one point of North Coast Athletic Conference powerhouse Wabash College with 9:43 to go in the opening half, but the Little Giants responded with 27 unanswered points en route to a lopsided win in Crawfordsville, Ind.

The Fighting Scots (2-3, 1-3) had success extending drives, going 10-for-15 on third down against Wabash (4-0, 3-0), which had been holding the opposition to 32.7 conversion percentage.

Nick Strausbaugh (Waynedale) continued to score touchdowns, catching two from Mateo Renteria — a 13-yarder and a 30-yarder. Strausbaugh caught a game-high seven passes for 114 yards.

Renteria went 22-for-35 pasing for 227 yards with one interception.

Allegheny 52, Hiram 20

The visiting Gators dominated Hiram in a NCAC game, outgaining the Terriers 524 to 265. Allegheny (3-2, 3-1) also took advantage defensively with six sacks and two turnovers. Hiram punted six times.

Allegheny, which raced out to a 28-7 first-quarter lead, scored twice on pass receptions, five times on runs and a field goal.