S. Oregon 61, Montana St.-Northern 0
ASHLAND, Ore. -- Tailback Dusty McGrorty rushed for a career-high 250 yards and four touchdowns Saturday as Southern Oregon posted its first victory of the season with a 61-0 shutout of Montana State-Northern.
Southern (1-3), which held the Lights (1-5) scoreless for the second straight season, snapped a four-game losing streak.
Woodward passed for 132 yards and two other touchdowns in less than two quarters of play before backups Justin Despotakis and Brandon Griffith took over, passing for a combined 144 yards and a touchdown each.
Poeltl scored twice and finished with a season-best seven catches for 90 receiving yards, while Andrae Thurman had a 4-yard TD catch.
Northern was led by freshman quarterback Neill Crandell, who completed 13-of-25 passes for 113 yards and had a team-high 27 yards rushing.
The Lights had five interceptions and a fumble and only got inside SOU's 20 once. Their best scoring chance -- a 32-yard field goal attempt in the fourth quarter -- was blocked by Raider cornerback Mario Vital.
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