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Full wrapup: Trinity's streak hits 50 at home

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Evan Bunker moved into second place on the NESCAC's all-time rushing list and Trinity (Conn.) beat Bowdoin 40-21 to win its 50th consecutive home game.
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Seniors Evan Bunker and Ben Crick rumbled for 263 rushing yards and scored the game's first two touchdowns to lead Trinity (Conn.) to its 50th consecutive home victory. The Bantams defeated Bowdoin 40-21.

Trinity (Conn.) is a member of the NESCAC, which does not send its champion to the football playoffs. The Bantams last lost at home in 2001 to Williams, 31-10. In-state rival Wesleyan is the only other remaining 5-0 NESCAC team, after the Cardinals handed Amherst its first loss, 20-14.

Matt Pawlowski threw for two touchdowns and Josh Schow ran for one in Guilford's 21-14 win at Bridgewater, moving to 3-0 in the ODAC and knocking Bridgewater to 0-3 in the league. Guilford is 3-0 in the conference for the first time since 1998. The Quakers are joined atop the conference by Randolph-Macon, which got four Will McGhee touchdown runs and a late fumble recovery to preserve at 27-21 win against Washington & Lee, and Hampden-Sydney, which cruised past Emory & Henry.

Juniata handed Ursinus its first loss of the season, defeating the Bears 28-7. The Eagles rolled out to a 28-0 lead at the half behind three TD passes and a TD run from Ward Udinski and held the Bears at bay the rest of the way.

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