SAN ANTONIO -- Lindsey Scott Jr. tied a school record with seven touchdowns in the first half and Incarnate Word routed Houston Christian 73-20 on Saturday.
Scott's now the program record holder with 51 touchdowns this season. He led Incarnate Word to 49 points in the second quarter to set another program record for scoring in any quarter.
Scott was 15 of 20 for 319 yards with touchdown passes to five different receivers. Brandon Porter and Darion Chafin each had two touchdown grabs, and Jaelin Campbell and Taylor Grimes each had 70-plus yards receiving and a touchdown.
Justin Fomby was intercepted three times for Houston Christian. Kelechi Anyalebechi had a pick-6, Shawn Holton returned his 40 yards and Donte Thompson added a 25-yard return.
Marcus Cooper had 79 yards rushing and a touchdown for Incarnate Word (9-1, 4-1 Southland).
Fomby finished 27 of 45 for 267 yards for Houston Christian (2-7, 1-4). Ismail Mahdi rushed for 87 yards.
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