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Texas-Sized Showdown Features No. 1 and No. 2 in NJCAA Football
 September 28, 2011

Contact: Mark Krug, NJCAA Director of Media Relations &

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Photo Credit: Andrea Paparelli, Charlie Kelm (Blinn College), Northeast Mississippi CC Athletic Dept., Snow College Athletic Dept., Louisburg College Athletic Dept., Northern Iowa Athletic Dept., Getty Images, Kevin J. Keller (Roswell Daily Record), Alfred State College Athletic Dept., Eric Berg (Scoreyourpics.com)         

Texas-Sized Showdown Features
No. 1 and No. 2 in NJCAA Football 

One of the most anticipated weeks in NJCAA football has arrived with two Top 10 matchups and several key conference games on the schedule. Week six promises to feature memorable games that will shape and define the 2011 season.

Thursday night serves up two Top 15 competitions in the MACJC (Mississippi Assn. of Community and Junior Colleges). One of only two undefeated teams remaining in the conference, No. 15 Northeast Mississippi will try to remain perfect at No. 10 Northwest Mississippi. No. 13 Pearl River (Miss.) will be at No. 12 Mississippi Gulf Coast in a battle between the top teams in the South Division. That game can be viewed live online on NJCAA TV (www.njcaatv.ihigh.com).  No. 4 East Mississippi will also be in action, hosting Coahoma (Miss.).

In the game of the week and arguably the season, No. 1 Navarro (Texas) travels to No. 2 Blinn (Texas) for a showdown of SWJCFC (Southwest Junior College Football Conference) perennial powerhouses. Viewers can watch the game Saturday live online on NJCAA TV as well. Other action in the conference includes No. 9 Trinity Valley (Texas) hosting independent Arkansas Baptist.

Despite the absence of No. 1 and No. 2 rankings, the MFC (Midwest Football Conference) has an epic meeting of its own Saturday when No. 5 Iowa Western heads to No. 8 Grand Rapids (Mich.). Both teams were predicted to finish first in their respective divisions during the preseason.

The most complete lineup of games Saturday will come out of the WSFL (Western States Football League) where all four games feature team ranked in the Top 20. Coming off a disappointing loss to New Mexico Military, No. 19 Glendale must turnaround and face No. 6 Snow (Utah). No. 3 Arizona Western will host Pima (Ariz.) while the Broncos of New Mexico Military will try to stay undefeated at Mesa (Ariz.).

After knocking-off Central Lakes (Minn.) last week for an early edge in the MCAC (Minnesota College Athletic Conference) Southern division, No. 17 Rochester (Minn.) will face-off against Mesabi Range (Minn.) who tops the Northern division standings. Also slated for Saturday, Central Lakes will try to rebound at Minnesota State.

Making their debut in the 2011 Top 20, Louisburg (N.C.) will be at Dean College (Mass.) for a NFC (Northeast Football Conference) encounter. Both teams will try to retain their perfect records in conference play.

The KJCCC (Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference) will have its top three squads in action Saturday. No. 7 Butler hosts Garden City (Kan.), No.11 Hutchinson returns from an open date at Fort Scott (Kan.) and No. 14 Coffeyville heads to Air Force Prep.

Complete NJCAA Football Schedule Sept. 29 – Oct. 2
All Times Local
*notes non-NJCAA member college

Results will be posted on the
NJCAA Football Scoreboard when they become available.
Scores are also updated on the scoreboard section of the
JC Football.com Scoreboard Forum.

Top 20 Schedule 
1. Navarro (4-0) plays at No. 2 Blinn (4-0) Saturday.
2. Blinn (4-0) hosts No. 1 Navarro (4-0) Saturday.
3. Arizona Western (4-0) hosts Pima (2-3) Saturday. 
4. East Mississippi (4-0) hosts Coahoma (0-4) Thursday. 
5. Iowa Western (5-0) plays at No. 8 Grand Rapids (5-0) Saturday. 
6. Snow (4-0) plays at No. 19 Glendale (4-1) Saturday. 
7. Butler (4-1) hosts Garden City (1-4) Saturday. 
8. Grand Rapids (5-0) hosts No. 5 Iowa Western (5-0) Saturday.
9. Trinity Valley (4-0) hosts Arkansas Baptist (1-4) Saturday. 
10. Northwest Mississippi (3-1) hosts No. 15 Northeast Mississippi (4-0) Thursday. 
11. Hutchinson (3-1) plays at Fort Scott (2-3) Saturday. 
12. Mississippi Gulf Coast (3-1) hosts No. 13 Pearl River (3-1) Thursday. 
13. Pearl River (3-1) plays at Mississippi Gulf Coast (3-1) Thursday.
14. Coffeyville (3-1) plays at *Air Force Prep Saturday.
15. Northeast Mississippi (4-0) plays at No. 10 Northwest Mississippi (3-1) Thursday.
16. New Mexico Military (4-0) plays at Mesa (1-4) Saturday.
17. Rochester (5-0) plays at Mesabi Range (3-2) Saturday. 
18. Louisburg (4-0) plays at Dean (2-1) Saturday.
19. Glendale (4-1) hosts No. 6 Snow (4-0) Saturday.
20. Eastern Arizona (4-1) hosts Scottsdale (4-1) Saturday.

Thursday, Sept. 29th

Non-Conference Games
Georgia Military (2-2) at *Valdosta State JV, 7 pm

Minnesota College Athletic Conference (MCAC)
Vermilion CC, Minn. (0-5) at Itasca CC, Minn. (1-4), 7 pm

Mississippi Assn of Community & Junior Colleges (MACJC)
Coahoma CC, Miss. (0-4) at #4 East Mississippi CC (4-0), 7 pm
#15 Northeast Mississippi CC (4-0) at #10 Northwest Mississippi CC (3-1), 6:30 pm
#13 Pearl River CC, Miss. (3-1) at #12 Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (3-1), 7 pm
East Central CC, Miss. (1-3) at Hinds CC, Miss. (3-1), 7 pm
Southwest Mississippi CC (1-3) at Copiah-Lincoln CC, Miss. (3-1), 7 pm
Jones County JC, Miss. (2-2) at Holmes CC, Miss. (1-3), 7 pm

Saturday, Oct. 1st

Non-Conference Games

Arkansas Baptist College (1-4) at #9 Trinity Valley College, Texas (4-0), 3 pm
#14 Coffeyville CC, Kan. (3-1) at *Air Force Prep , 1 pm
Alfred State College, N.Y. (2-1) at Globe Institute of Technology, N.Y. (4-1), Noon
*Trinity Bible at Dakota College at Bottineau, ND (1-2), 2 pm
*New Mexico Prep at Phoenix College, Ariz. (0-4), 7 pm

Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC)
Garden City CC, Kan. (1-4) at #7 Butler CC, Kan. (4-1), 7 pm
#11 Hutchinson CC, Kan. (3-1) at Fort Scott CC, Kan. (2-3), 1 pm
Dodge City CC, Kan. (1-3) at Highland CC, Kan. (1-4), 1 pm

Midwest Football Conference (MFC)

#5 Iowa Western CC (5-0) at #8 Grand Rapids CC, Mich. (5-0), 1 pm
Ellsworth CC, Iowa (2-3) at College of DuPage, Ill. (3-2), 6 pm
North Dakota SCS (2-2) at Harper College, Ill. (1-3), 1 pm

Minnesota College Athletic Conference (MCAC)

#17 Rochester CTC, Minn. (5-0) at Mesabi Range CTC, Minn. (3-2), 2 pm
Fond du Lac Tribal CC, Minn. (2-3) at Northland CTC, Minn. (2-3), Noon
Central Lakes College-Brainerd, Minn. (4-1) at Minnesota State CTC (2-3), 1:30 pm
Ridgewater College, Minn. (3-2) at Minnesota West CTC (3-2), 1:30 pm

Mississippi Assn of Community & Junior Colleges (MACJC)

Mississippi Delta CC (0-4) at Itawamba CC, Miss. (0-4), 5 pm

Northeast Football Conference (NFC)
#18 Louisburg College, N.C. (4-0) at Dean College, Mass. (2-1), Noon
Nassau CC, N.Y. (3-1) at Lackawanna College, Pa. (3-1), Noon
Hudson Valley CC, N.Y. (0-3) at Erie CC, N.Y. (1-3), Noon

Southwest Junior College Football Conference (SWJCFC)

#1 Navarro College, Texas (4-0) at #2 Blinn College, Texas (4-0), 7 pm
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M (2-2) at Kilgore College, Texas (0-4), 3 pm
Cisco College, Texas (3-1) at Tyler JC, Texas (2-2), 7 pm

Western States Football League (WSFL)

Pima CC, Ariz. (2-3) at #3 Arizona Western College (4-0), 7 pm
#6 Snow College, Utah (4-0) at #19 Glendale CC, Ariz. (4-1), 7 pm
#16 New Mexico Military (4-0) at Mesa CC, Ariz. (1-4), 7 pm
Scottsdale CC, Ariz. (4-1) at #20 Eastern Arizona College (4-1), 6 pm

Sunday, Oct. 2nd

Non-Conference Games

*Iowa Central CC (2-2) at Joliet JC, Ill. (3-1), Noon
*East Texas Baptist JV at *Lon Morris College, Texas (1-4), 5 pm

Click here for NJCAA Football Conference Standings

Quick Hits

-- Turning heads in the Northeast Football Conference, No. 18 Louisburg College (N.C.) has a 4-0 record and tops the NFC standings in their first season in the
conference. The Hurricanes were picked to finish fifth in the conference’s preseason predictions.

-- Saturday won’t be the first time that No. 1 Navarro College (Texas) and No. 2 Blinn College (Texas) will meet as the top two teams in the nation. In 2009, it was No. 2 Navarro upsetting No. 1 Blinn 23-20. The two programs have combined to win three of the last five NJCAA National Championships.

-- No. 15 Northeast Mississippi Community College is off to their first 4-0 start since 2005. The Tigers have displayed an impressive turnaround after winning only five games between 2007 and 2009. Northeast Mississippi will try to improve to 5-0 Thursday at No. 10 Northwest Mississippi CC. Meeting for the 52nd consecutive season, the Rangers boast a 33-16-2 record in the series.

-- Two of the biggest games of the weekend will be streamed live online this week on NJCAA TV. Thursday night, viewers can watch No. 13 Pearl River Community College (Miss.) at No. 12 Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College at 7 pm (CST). Saturday’s showdown between No. 1 Navarro College (Texas) and No. 2 Blinn College (Texas) will also be live online with kickoff set for 7 pm (CST). Many other NJCAA colleges are streaming audio and video of their regular season contests. For more on NJCAA TV, powered by iHigh.com, visit www.njcaatv.ihigh.com.  

Top NCAA Performances from Former NJCAA Football All-Americans

Tirrell Rennie (right), QB at Northern Iowa (Ellsworth CC, Iowa ’09) – Rennie headed an offensive explosion for the Panthers in a 38-10 win over Western Illinois. The former
Ellsworth Panther completed 10-of-14 passes for 142 yards and two touchdowns. On the ground, Rennie carried the ball 12 times for 106 yards and three touchdowns. In 15 career games with Northern Iowa, Rennie has posted nine 100-yard rushing performances. Rennie and the No. 2 Panthers hit the road Saturday for a matchup at Missouri State.

Reggie Bullock, RB at East Carolina (Arizona Western College ‘10) – Bullock was named Conference-USA’s Offensive Player of the Week following his dominant performance in the Pirates’ 28-23 win over UAB. Running the ball 24 times, Bullock totaled 169 yards and one touchdown. Bullock also caught three passes for 12 yards. Next up for East Carolina and Bullock is an in-state showdown with North Carolina.

Vick Ballard
, RB at Mississippi State (Mississippi Gulf Coast CC ‘09) – After struggling against a tenacious LSU defense last week, Ballard responded with 71 yards on 17 carries in a 26-20 overtime win over Louisiana Tech. Ballard rushed for one touchdown in the victory. The Bulldogs and Ballard are back in SEC action Saturday at Georgia.

Jasmin Hopkins, RB at Northern Illinois (Fort Scott CC ‘09) – Carrying the load for the Huskies in a 47-30 win over Cal Poly, Hopkins ran the ball 22 times for 147 yards and two touchdowns. Hopkins also caught one pass out of the backfield for five yards. Northern Illinois will look to Hopkins for another big performance in their first MAC game of 2011 Saturday at Central Michigan.

DeQuan Menzie, DB at Alabama (Copiah-Lincoln CC, Miss. ’09) – Menzie snagged his first interception of the season as the No. 2 Crimson Tide rolled to a 38-14 victory over No. 12 Arkansas. Alabama and Menzie will face another 12th-ranked opponent Saturday when they play at Florida.

Top NFL Performances from Former NJCAA Football Players

Daniel Thomas (right), RB with the Miami Dolphins (Northwest Mississippi ’07) – In only his third game in the NFL, Thomas rushed for 95 yards on 23 carries in the Dolphins’ 17-16 loss at the Cleveland Browns. Thomas also hauled in three catches for 27 yards receiving, including a 10-yard catch and run for a touchdown.
Cam Newton
, QB with the Carolina Panthers (Blinn College, Texas ’09) – Although Newton didn’t light up the stat sheet like he did in his first two NFL games, the former Buccaneer threw a 16-yard game-winning touchdown pass to tight end Greg Olsen with 4:20 remaining. The Panthers beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 16-10 to give Newton his first career victory in the NFL. Newton completed 18-of-34 passes for 158 yards.

Ahtyba Rubin, DL with the Cleveland Browns (Trinity Valley, Texas ’05) – Doubling his total for 2011, Rubin tallied a team-high eight tackles in the Browns 17-16 win over the Miami Dolphins. Seven of Rubin’s tackles were solo and the former Trinity Valley Cardinal recorded 1.5 sacks. Rubin’s 2.5 sacks this season are tied for most on the Browns’ roster.

Jason Pierre-Paul, DE with the New York Giants (Fort Scott CC, Kan. ‘08) – Helping the Giants shutdown the Philadelphia Eagles’ offense, Pierre-Paul recorded two sacks including a spectacular second effort to take down Eagles’ quarterback Michael Vick. The former Greyhound finished the 29-16 win with seven tackles, five solo.

Johnathan Joseph, CB with the Houston Texans (Coffeyville CC, Kan. ’03) – For the second consecutive week, Joseph intercepted a pass for the Texans. In a 40-33 loss to the New Orleans Saints, Joseph picked off Saints’ quarterback Drew Brees’ pass and returned it four yards to the New Orleans 34-yard line.

www.kjccc.org (Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference website)
www.iccac.org (Iowa Community College Conference and Midwest Football Conference website)
www.northeastfootball.com (Northeast Football Conference website)
www.region14athletics.org (NJCAA Region 14 and SW JC Football Conf. website)
www.mcac-sports.com (Minnesota College Athletic Conference website)
www.accac.org/sports/football/ (Western States Football League website)
www.jucoweekly.org (Website dedicated to Mississippi NJCAA sports)
www.jcfootball.com (Dedicated site to Two-Year College Football)
www.jcgridiron.com (Dedicated site to Two-Year College Football)
www.jrcollegefootball.com (WSFL coverage and live show streamed on Saturday's) 

Top 11 Stand Pat in NJCAA Football Rankings

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – After extensive shuffling in the first four polls of the 2011 season, the Top 11 ranked teams in NJCAA Football held serve this week, mirroring the Top 11 from last week’s rankings. That trend will be short-lived with two games on tap this week featuring Top 10 opponents.

For the fourth consecutive week, Navarro College (Texas) and Blinn College (Texas) are ranked No.1 and No. 2, respectively. The Bulldogs of Navarro once again received 138 points and five first-place votes from the pollsters after edging Kilgore College (Texas) 22-17 Saturday. Coming off an open date, Blinn also maintained their 132 points and one first-place vote in the poll. Both teams clash this week in a Southwest Junior College Football Conference showdown.

Arizona Western College gained a point for a total of 126 in the poll and kept their single first-place vote following a 55-21 road win over No. 17 Scottsdale CC (Ariz.). The Matadors are No. 3 in the rankings for the third straight week.

No. 4 East Mississippi Community College, No. 5 Iowa Western College and No. 6 Snow College (Utah) all preserved their rankings from last week’s poll following victories at home. The Reivers of Iowa Western and the Snow Badgers both face tests this week as they play at ranked opponents. In a battle of Top 10 squads, Iowa Western will travel to No. 8 Grand Rapids Community College (Mich.) Saturday.

Butler Community College (Kan.) is still No. 7 and the highest ranked team with a loss after going on the road to beat Dodge City CC (Kan.). Sustaining their rank in the polls as well was No. 9 Trinity Valley Community College (Texas) following a 35-28 victory at Tyler JC (Texas).

Headlining a big week in the Mississippi Assn. of Community and Junior Colleges, No. 10 Northwest Mississippi Community College will host Northeast Mississippi Community College who had the biggest leap in this week’s poll, advancing four places to No. 15. No. 13 Pearl River Community College (Miss.) will have an opportunity to advance in the rankings Thursday as they head to No. 12 Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.

Central Lakes College-Brainerd (Minn.) sunk out of the Top 20 following their defeat at the hands of Rochester Community and Technical College (Minn.) who replaced the Raiders at No. 17. Lackawanna College (Pa.) also fell out of the rankings from No. 14 after losing to Louisburg College (N.C.) who made their Top 20 debut this week at No. 18. No. 16 New Mexico Military Institute joined Louisburg in making their first appearance in the Top 20 this season.  

The sixth regular season NJCAA Football Poll will be announced on Oct. 4.

For more information on NJCAA football, please click here.

NJCAA Football Poll – Sept. 27, 2011
School, Record, Poll Votes (1st Place Votes), Previous Ranking
1. Navarro College, Texas, 4-0, 138 (5), 1
2. Blinn College, Texas, 4-0, 132 (1), 2
3. Arizona Western College, 4-0, 126 (1), 3                     
4. East Mississippi CC, 4-0, 114, 4
5. Iowa Western CC, 5-0, 111, 5
6. Snow College, Utah, 4-0, 107, 6
7. Butler CC, Kan., 4-1, 101, 7
8. Grand Rapids CC, Mich., 5-0, 93, 8
9. Trinity Valley CC, Texas, 4-0, 82, 9
10. Northwest Mississippi CC, 3-1, 75, 9
11. Hutchinson CC, Kan., 3-1, 72, 11
12. Mississippi Gulf Coast CC, 3-1, 60, 13
13. Pearl River CC, Miss., 3-1, 56, 15     
14. Coffeyville CC, Kan., 3-1, 47, 16
15. Northeast Mississippi CC, 4-0, 38, 19
16. New Mexico Military Institute, 4-0, 33, RV
17. Rochester CTC, Minn., 5-0, 28, 20
18. Louisburg College, N.C., 4-0, 18, RV
19. Glendale CC, Ariz., 4-1, 14, 12
20. Eastern Arizona College, 4-1, 11, RV

Others: Scottsdale CC, Ariz., 4-1, 8, 18; Hinds CC, Miss., 3-1, 6, RV

Dropped From Rankings: Lackawanna College, Pa. (14); Central Lakes College-Brainerd, Minn. (17)

Players of the Week – Sept. 28, 2011

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – David Vega (New Mexico Military Institute), Caleb Leightnam (Rochester CTC, Minn.) and John Wood (Alfred State College, N.Y.) have been named NJCAA Football Players of the Week for games Sept. 22 through Sept. 25.

Vega garnered Offensive Player of the Week honors, Leightnam was selected Defensive Player of the Week and Special Teams Player of the Week went to Wood.

David Vega, New Mexico Military Institute
Quarterback; Roswell, N.M.; Goddard High School

Vega (6’ 1” / 195 lbs.) led the Broncos to a 45-28 win over Glendale CC (Ariz.) and their first 4-0 start since 1999. The sophomore completed 18-of-28 passes for 331 yards and five touchdowns. Displaying his dual-threat capabilities, Vega also carried the ball seven times for 56 yards. Vega will look to keep No. 16 New Mexico Military undefeated Saturday at Mesa CC (Ariz.), whose defense is giving up 373 per game.

Caleb Leightnam, Rochester Community & Technical College, Minn.
Free Safety; Grand Meadow, Minn.; Grand Meadow High School 

Leightnam (6’ 0” / 177 lbs.) was a one-man wrecking crew in the Yellowjackets’ 12-2 win over No. 17 Central Lakes College-Brainerd (Minn.). The freshman picked off four passes to tie the NJCAA-record for most interceptions in a single-season with 14. Earning his second Player of the Week selection of the season, Leightnam added five tackles to in the game. In only the sixth game of the season, Leightnam will look to break the single-season interception record Saturday when No. 17 Rochester plays at Mesabi Range CTC (Minn.).

John Wood (right), Alfred State College, N.Y.
Cornerback/Kick Returner; Rochester, N.Y.; Edison Tech High School

Wood (5’ 7” / 168 lbs.) played a key role in Alfred State’s 49-27 victory over Thaddeus Stevens CT (Pa.). Despite leading the team in tackles, it was Wood’s performance on special teams that earned him Player of the Week honors. The freshman totaled 177 yards on four kick returns including taking one 87 yards for a touchdown. The Pioneers will need another extraordinary all-around effort from Wood Saturday when they head to Globe IT (N.Y.).

Click Here for a List of Last Week’s Top Performances
(as compiled by Mike Monfort of Navarro College and contributor to JCFootball.com)

Full NJCAA Football Results from Week 4 (Sept. 22-25)

How the Top Teams Fared Last Week
1. Navarro (4-0) defeated Kilgore (0-4) Saturday, 22-17. 
2. Blinn (4-0) had an open date.
3. Arizona Western (4-0) defeated No. 17 Scottsdale (4-1) Saturday, 55-21.
4. East Mississippi (4-0) defeated Itawamba (0-4) Thursday, 48-7.
5. Iowa Western (5-0) defeated Harper (1-3) Saturday, 66-6. 
6. Snow (4-0) defeated Air Force JV Friday, 34-13. 
7. Butler (4-1) defeated Dodge City (1-3) Saturday, 66-7
8. Grand Rapids (5-0) defeated Iowa Central (2-2) Sunday, 45-0.
9. Trinity Valley (4-0) defeated Tyler (2-2) Saturday, 35-28.
9. Northwest Mississippi (3-1) defeated Coahoma (0-4) Thursday, 44-21. 
11. Hutchinson (3-1) had an open date.
12. Glendale (4-1) lost to New Mexico Military (4-0) Saturday, 45-21.
13. Mississippi Gulf Coast (3-1) defeated Southwest Mississippi (1-3) Thursday, 34-23. 
14. Lackawanna (3-1) lost to Louisburg (4-0) Saturday, 37-27.
15. Pearl River (3-1) defeated Mississippi Delta (0-4) Thursday, 48-17. 
16. Coffeyville (3-1) defeated Fort Scott (2-3) Saturday, 29-8. 
17. Central Lakes (4-1) lost to No. 20 Rochester (5-0) Saturday, 12-2.
17. Scottsdale (4-1) lost to No. 3 Arizona Western (4-0) Saturday, 55-21. 
19. Northeast Mississippi (4-0) defeated Holmes (1-3) Thursday, 21-0.
20. Rochester (5-0) defeated No. 17 Central Lakes (4-1) Saturday, 12-2. 

Thursday, Sept. 22th

Mississippi Assn of Community & Junior Colleges (MACJC)
Itawamba CC, Miss. (0-4) at #4 East Mississippi CC (4-0) – East Mississippi 48, Itawamba 7 
#9 Northwest Mississippi CC (3-1) at Coahoma CC, Miss. (0-4) – Northwest Mississippi 44, Coahoma 21
#13 Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (3-1) at Southwest Mississippi CC (1-3) – Miss. Gulf Coast 34, SW Mississippi 23  
#15 Pearl River CC, Miss. (3-1) at East Central CC, Miss. (1-3) – Pearl River 31, East Central 13
Holmes CC, Miss. (1-3) at #19 Northeast Mississippi CC (4-0) – Northeast Mississippi 21, Holmes 0
Hinds CC, Miss. (3-1) at Mississippi Delta CC (0-4) – Hinds 48, Mississippi Delta 17

Friday, Sept. 23rd

Non-Conference Games
*Air Force JV at #6 Snow College, Utah (4-0) – Snow 34, Air Force JV 13

Saturday, Sept. 24th

Non-Conference Games

Arkansas Baptist College (1-4) at Georgia Military College (2-2) – Georgia Military 45, Arkansas Baptist 0
*Williamson Free School MT at Globe Institute of Technology, N.Y. (4-1) – Globe IT 33, Williamson MT 13
Cisco College, Texas (3-1) at Lon Morris College, Texas (0-4) – Cisco 37, Lon Morris 14
*Thaddeus Stevens CT at Alfred State College, N.Y. (2-1) – Alfred State 49, Stevens CT 27
*Air Force Prep at Garden City CC, Kan. (1-4) – Air Force Prep 38, Garden City 34

Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC)
#7 Butler CC, Kan. (4-1) at Dodge City CC, Kan. (1-3) – Butler 66, Dodge City 7
Fort Scott CC, Kan. (2-3) at #16 Coffeyville CC, Kan. (3-1) – Coffeyville 29, Fort Scott 8
Independence CC, Kan. (0-5) at Highland CC, Kan. (1-4) – Highland 42, Independence 24

Midwest Football Conference (MFC)

Harper College, Ill. (1-3) at #5 Iowa Western CC (5-0) – Iowa Western 66, Harper 6
College of DuPage, Ill. (3-2) at North Dakota SCS (2-2) – North Dakota SCS 21, College of DuPage 20
Joliet JC, Ill. (3-1) at Ellsworth CC, Iowa (2-3) – Joliet 35, Ellsworth 28

Minnesota College Athletic Conference (MCAC)

#17 Central Lakes College, Minn. (4-1) at #20 Rochester CTC, Minn. (5-0) – Rochester 12, Central Lakes 2
Minnesota West CTC (3-2) at Northland CTC, Minn. (2-3) – Minnesota West 39, Northland 36
Itasca CC, Minn. (1-4) at Fond du Lac Tribal CC, Minn. (2-3) – Fond du Lac 16, Itasca 9
Mesabi Range CTC, Minn. (3-2) at Vermilion CC, Minn. (0-5) – Mesabi Range 40, Vermilion 7
Minnesota State CTC (2-3) at Ridgewater College, Minn. (3-2) – Ridgewater 23, Minnesota SCTC 16

Mississippi Assn of Community & Junior Colleges (MACJC)

Copiah-Lincoln CC, Miss. (3-1) at Jones County JC, Miss. (2-2) – Copiah-Lincoln 14, Jones County 7

Northeast Football Conference (NFC)
#14 Lackawanna College, Pa. (3-1) at Louisburg College, N.C. (4-0) – Louisburg 37, Lackawanna 27
Erie CC, N.Y. (1-3) at Nassau CC, N.Y. (3-1) – Nassau 37, Erie 3
Dean College, Mass. (2-1) at Hudson Valley CC, N.Y. (0-3) – Dean 37, Hudson Valley 0

Southwest Junior College Football Conference (SWJCFC)

#1 Navarro College, Texas (4-0) at Kilgore College, Texas (0-4) – Navarro 22, Kilgore 17
#9 Trinity Valley CC, Texas (4-0) at Tyler JC, Texas (2-2) – Trinity Valley 35, Tyler 28

Western States Football League (WSFL)

#3 Arizona Western College (4-0) at #17 Scottsdale CC, Ariz. (4-1) – Arizona Western 55, Scottsdale 21
#12 Glendale CC, Ariz. (4-1) at New Mexico Military Institute (4-0) – New Mexico Military 45, Glendale 21
Mesa CC, Ariz. (1-4) at Eastern Arizona College (4-1) – Eastern Arizona 44, Mesa 0
Pima CC, Ariz. (2-3) at Phoenix College, Ariz. (0-4) – Pima 37, Phoenix 10

Sunday, Sept. 25th

Non-Conference Games

ASA, N.Y. (2-1) at *Wagner JV – ASA 33, Wagner JV 0

Midwest Football Conference (MFC)
#8 Grand Rapids CC, Mich. (5-0) at Iowa Central CC (2-2) – Grand Rapids 45, Iowa Central 0

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