FROSTBURG, MD. -- Josh Volpe found Anthony Young on a 26-yard scoring pass with 3:15 left as Frostburg State came back to defeat Apprentice School 25-21 on Saturday at Bobcat Stadium.
After pinning the Builders on the three-yardline after a Marlon Lane interception, Frostburg took over on the Builder 27. The hosts cracked the scoreboard first as Volpe found Young on a 25-yard scoring pass with 7:56 left in the first quarter to finish a three-play, 27-yard drive.
Daniel Richmond intercepted a Volpe pass on FSU's next possession and returned it 23 yards to give the Builders great field position at the Frostburg 27. Chris Virgin took over on offense and covered the 27 yards on three runs, with the last one being from the seven to put the Builders up 13-7 with 2:35 left in the first quarter.
The Builder defense stepped up again in the second quarter forcing a fumble at the Frostburg 12. Following a pass interference that put the ball at the Builder three, Virgin scored on a three-yard run to give Apprentice School a 19-7 lead with 57 seconds left in the half.
Frostburg cut the deficit in half on Volpe found Young on a 25-yard scoring pass that he caught off a deflection with four seconds left for a 19-13 Apprentice School lead at intermission.
In the third quarter, Anton Wade capped a five-play, 70-yard drive with a one-yard run with 9:26 left. The extra-point attempt was blocked by Johnathan Jones and returned by Marlon Lane for a two-point conversion making the Builder lead 21-19.
Frostburg started its eventual game-winning drive with 7:25 left after the Builders attempt at a 37-yard field goal failed. Volpe connected with Young on three passes during the nine-play, 69-yard scoring drive with the final one being the 26-yard strike with 3:15 left to put Frostburg ahead 25-21.
Virgin was the leading rusher in the game for Apprentice School with 92 yards, while Tillman was 13-of-25 for 120 yards and one touchdown. Cain caught nine passes for 90 yards and the touchdown. Lane was the leading tackler for the Builders with 10 and one interception.
The Builders will close out the 2010 season in the 61st annual Oyster Bowl hosting Webber International at 1 pm on November 13.