(ATCHISON, Kan.)— The second-ranked Benedictine Ravens ran for more than 300 yards in a victory against William Penn Saturday afternoon.
The Ravens led 19-3 at the break—all three scores coming on the ground.
William Penn scored in the third quarter to make it a one-score game—19-11.
But Benedictine pulled away with a score late in the third quarter and then scoring 21 points in the fourth quarter.
The Ravens forced four turnovers in the contest.
#2 Benedictine will travel up to Peru, Neb. next Saturday for a 1 p.m. kickoff against Peru State.
- No. 2 Benedictine runs past William Penn
- KU running back Williams reinstated
- Benedictine football to play Morningside in the NAIA national championship
- Benedictine football lose to Morningside in NAIA national championship 35-28
- Bristol's triple-double helps Benedictine reach 24-straight wins
- Benedictine men's basketball advances to first conference tournament championship
- Benedictine mens basketball season ends in double overtime to Pikeville
- Chiefs run past Cincinnati in preseason opener
- Former Benedictine graduate, assistant softball coach accused of alleged sexual harassment at UMKC
- Benedictine men's basketball earns a top seed in NAIA D1 national tournament