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CASTLETON, Vt. – Shane Brozowski (Rensselaer, N.Y.) became the most prolific passer in New England Division III football history, leading Castleton State College to a 35-16 win over visiting SUNY-Maritime in Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC) action Saturday afternoon at Spartan Stadium. 

Brozowski finished the day with 349 yards, pushing his career total to 8959, surpassing the previous high-water mark of 8,748 set by Middlebury College's Donald MicKillop from 2007-11.

The senior quarterback was on target right from the start, completing 17-of-25 passes and a pair of touchdowns en route to a 21-9 lead at halftime, before finishing the day 30-for-47. Classmate Tyler Carpenter (Fort Edward, N.Y.) was equally impressive, racking up 69 yards and three touchdowns on the ground to go along with 65 receiving yards and one score. 

The Spartans improve to 2-2 overall and 1-0 in ECFC action.


MIDDLEBURY, Vt. – The Middlebury offense amassed 416 yards of offense, pulling away from Bowdoin to earn a 42-18 win in the season-opener for both squads. Middlebury Quarterback McCallum Foote finished the day 26 of 44, tossing for 285 yards with five touchdown passes.  Remi Ashkar rushed for 79 yards and a touchdown on the ground, catching three balls for 25 yards. Brendan Rankowitz (77 yards) and Billy Chapman (76 yards) caught seven balls apiece with Chapman scoring twice and Rankowitz finding the end zone once. Zach Driscoll caught five passes for 74 yards with a pair of touchdowns. John Wiet paced the defense with 10 tackles and a sack, while rookie Tim Patricia added nine stops. Driscoll punted the ball three time for an average of 40.7 with three landing inside the 20.

The Panthers return to action next week at Colby.

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