Published October 06. 2012 4:00AM
Montville - Jeremiah Crowley ran for three touchdowns and Nick Clemons threw for three more as Montville High School beat Killingly 42-22 on Friday night in a nonleague football game.
The Indians (3-1) scored 21 points in the second quarter to take a 28-8 halftime lead. Crowley, a junior, rushed for 261 yards on 26 carries. He scored on a 14-yard run in the first quarter, a 2-yard run in the second quarter and a 17-yard run in the fourth quarter.
Clemons was 7-for-14 passing for 116 yards with one interception. He threw a 45-yard scoring pass to Greg Benjamin and a 15-yard TD pass to Brandon Robertson in the second quarter and a 26-yard touchdown pass to Buddy Dewaine in the third quarter. Nick Veillette made all six of his extra point attempts.
"We're playing pretty good football,'' Montville coach Tanner Grove said. "We've got a big game next Friday night at home against Windham."
In other games:
• Bishme Sheppard rushed for 184 yards and broke the game open with a 101-yard interception return, leading Waterford to a 27-14 over Bacon Academy in an Eastern Connecticut Conference Medium Division game.
Waterford (2-2, 1-1) was clinging to a 20-14 lead and Bacon was driving toward the tying score when Sheppard picked off the pass. Sheppard, who had 25 carries, had a 56-yard touchdown run in the first quarter.
Waterford quarterback Seth Hoagland threw two touchdown passes to Kyle Willoughby in the second quarter, one from 22 yards out and the other from 11. Nick Lahet made three extra points, Willoughby had three catches for 58 yards and Hoagland was 8-of-21 passing for 109 yards with two interceptions.
• Lexus Gordon rushed for 122 yards on just five carries and scored three touchdowns as Fitch cruised to a 45-8 win over Woodstock Academy in the ECC Large Division.
Gordon scored on runs of 2, 50 and 44 yards - all in the first half - after Saffwan Davis had given the Falcons (3-1, 2-1) an early 14-0 lead with a pair of 15-yard TD runs. Davis had 58 yards on six carries.
Fitch's other points came on Devante Anderson's 68-yard touchdown pass to Bobby Johnston and nine points from kicker Ian Boyd, who was 6-for-6 on extra points and also made a 21-yard field goal.
Woodstock is 0-4, 0-2.
• Valley Regional/Old Lyme overcame a 13-6 halftime deficit by scoring 27 unanswered points in the second half to defeat Morgan 40-20 in a Pequot Football Conference Sassacus Division game.
The Warriors (3-1) turned three quick defensive stops in into touchdowns, the first a 2-yard run by Justin Cheverier to cut the deficit to 13-12, the second a 21-yard TD pass from Phil Cohen to Chris St. Jean-Pierre to give Valley/OL the lead for good 20-12 (Cohen ran for the two-point conversion), and the third a Cohen 12-yard TD pass to Chris Connor to make it 27-13.
The final points came on Cheverier's 38-yard interception return for a TD and a 4-yard run by Tyler James to make it 40-13. Valley/OL's first-half points were courtesy of two Ricky Harrison field goals (18 and 37 yards).
"We're super, super young," Valley/OL coach Tim King said. "(Morgan) had the momentum at halftime, but we came out and got after it in the second half. Our defense played great and St. Jean-Pierre gave us three or four short fields with excellent punt returns."
Cheverier finished with 80 yards on 14 carries while Cohen completed 6 of 13 passes for 62 yards and two TDs.