Salisbury, Md. – The Wolverines traveled down to route 13 rivalry Salisbury but fell shy of the win, 45-38.
The Run Down:
The Wolverines struck quick as Jon Mullin found Marcellus Pack for 51-yard touchdown, three minutes into the game. The extra point was good by Nick Bruhn, 7-0. Mullin was able to find Ruhann Peele five minutes later for an eight-yard touchdown.
The Gulls turned it around and scored on a 40-yard pass, kick was good, to bring the game 14-7 heading into the second quarter.
The scoring continued for the Seagulls as they pulled off two more touchdowns in the second quarter to take the lead 21-14. The first touchdown by Shamar Gray, a 21-yard run (kick was good) to tie the game 14-14. The next touchdown by Chad Gleason on a three-yard run kick was good to take the lead.
The Seagulls kicked a 21-yard field goal to take a three-point lead, 21-24 to head into halftime.
Salisbury returned from halftime and scored on a three-yard run (kick was good), taking a 10-point lead, 21-31.
Wesley turned it around and scored on the next possession. Mullin found Peele again for a 24-yard pass touchdown, 28-31.
In the last 38 seconds of the third quarter, Salisbury found the end zone again, 38-28.
Wolverines gain possession and are unable to score before fourth down, Nick Bruhn steps in to make a 20-yard field goal, 31-38.
The Seagulls found it in them to score again on a 13-yard run, 31-45.
Ruhann Peele accounted for three of Wesley's touchdowns and led the way in receptions with 8 for 131.
Marcellus Pack ran 358 all-purpose yards and ran for a season high of 112 yards on 11 rushes and scored one touchdown
Jon Mullin went 16-23 with 279 yards and 3 touchdowns
Nick Bruhn went 3 for 3 in field goals
Comments from the Coach
"Salisbury was executing at a very high level and just doing things differently than we've seen in the past. They did a few things on offense that they took advantage of and we didn't make the plays we needed to make. In the end we made a lot of good play's, but they made more. It has been a cat and mouse game over the years, and we make an adjustment then they adjust to that adjustment and we go from there and that is how it went today. We will work hard this next week in preparation for William Paterson next weekend". Coach Knapp
The Wolverines continue on the road to William Paterson next weekend Saturday, Oct. 19. Game time is scheduled for 1:00 p.m.