Senior running back Scott Milleisen and senior quarterback DanDeBlois both had record-setting days as Hamilton downed Bates, 20-7. Hamiltonfinishes with its third straight 5-3 season.

Milleisen ran for 99 yards on 23 carries. He also had four catches for 106yards, including a 63-yard touchdown catch in the fourth quarter to ice thewin. Milleisen became Hamilton's all-time leading rusher with 2,622 careeryards, barely eclipsing the old mark of 2,594 yards held by Eric Grey (the GreyGhost) from 1989-92.

DeBlois completed 17 of 25 passes for 281 yards and two touchdowns. In theprocess, he became the Continentals single-season pass yardage leader with1,878 yards. This season, he also broke single-season records for most passattempts (325) and completions (200).

Hamilton opened the scoring late in the first quarter on a seven-yardtouchdown pass from DeBlois to senior running back Ben McClellan. The Bobcatstied the score at seven in the third, but Hamilton answered with twofourth-quarter touchdowns, one, a two-yard run by freshman running back KarlKnight, the other the 63-yard recption by Milleisen.

Junior linebacker Ed McDevitt led Hamilton defensively with ten tackles andthree sacks. He is the Continentals leader with seven sacks on the season.

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