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WILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Wednesday, July 18, 2018:George Hugh Ferdinand (57, Tewksbury) was issued a summons for Operating A Motor Vehicle With A Suspended Or Revoked License and No Or Inspired Inspection Sticker. (2:34am)Police and Fire responded to a rollover on Main Street near Rite Aid. One vehicle struck another. Fire Department transported one of the drivers to hospital. Both vehicles towed. Police notified Mass Highway regarding large amount of glass on Route 38. (8:21am) [Editor’s Note: The Lowell Sun has more info on the accident HERE.]A MBTA train was blocking Route 62/Middlesex Avenue at North Wilmington station. (9:36am)Motorcycle and two vehicles involved in a crash on Lowell Street, near Lucci’s plaza. Motorcycle driver transported to Mass General due to injuries. Motorcycle and one of the other vehicles were towed. Lucci’s Supermarket provided video of the accident. (3:01pm)Two males were observed fighting near Speedway on Main Street. Police responded. One of the males remained on scene. The other was found running on the tracks behind Walgreens. Police took Nicholas Evan Belanger (21, Wilmington) into protective custody and arrested Andrew Roger Dalio-Foley (18, Wilmington) for Walking/Riding On Railroad Tracks. (10:34pm)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information. An arrest does not constitute a conviction. Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip?Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedPOLICE LOG for July 25: Wilmington Man Arrested For OUI; Men Carrying Sledgehammers Down Street; Turkeys Causing TrafficIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 18: 2 Vehicles With Same License Plate; Statue Missing From Wildwood CemeteryIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 11: Incidents Not What They Seem; Marijuana Confiscated From Vehicle; Missing Woman FoundIn “Police Log”
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By MARK F. GRAY, Staff WriterIt was clear from the start that Bowie State was not overwhelmed by the NCAA Division II playoffs when hosting West Alabama at Bulldogs Stadium. The Bulldogs learned valuable lessons in last year’s first round loss to Delta State so when things went from comfortable to precarious there was a calm about the 2018 CIAA Champions where they knew how to win.After blowing a 13 point second half lead, then relying on the defense to hold off the Tigers off for one last drive, Bowie State advanced with a resilient 41-35 victory, which continues their historic season. The Bulldogs will face the number one seed in the Super Region II at Valdosta State.Bowie State won their first national playoff game in school history 41-35 against West Alabama at Bulldogs Stadium. (Courtesy Photo)Bowie State carries the banner for all HBCUs in this year’s Division II playoffs. There were several other programs that had arguments for inclusion in the post-season tournament in what could be referred to as the region of doom, with four teams from the Gulf South Conference who made the postseason.This was the biggest win in the history of their program and brought credibility back to the CIAA. The conference hadn’t won a game of this magnitude since the great Winston Salem State played for the national championship in 2012. With Albany State losing in the SIAC Championship to Miles and Virginia Union, Morehouse, nor Tuskegee making the field of 28, carrying the mantle for HBCU football was something Bowie State recognized and wore as a badge of honor.“We don’t take that lightly,” Bowie State head coach Damon Wilson to the AFRO. “We know that we are representing HBCU’s in these playoffs and it was important for us to play well”.BSU quarterback Amir Hall was almost flawless playing an all around game where he produced 411 yards total offense. His 31 of 48 360-yard one touchdown performance was more efficient than it was spectacular. Hall picked his spots spread the wealth to four different receivers as West Alabama focused on making things difficult for all-CIAA receiver Lansana Sesay.Sesay caught seven passes for 86 yards but never got loose against the Tigers secondary. However, he opened things for Jordan Crockett to erupt for 131 yards with his seven catches, including a 66-yard strike that led to one of Hall’s two rushing touchdowns.“They really never caught us off guard with anything that we hadn’t already seen on film,” said Hall. “Early in the game I was finding the soft spots in their defense and waiting for the time to attack.”Things started ominously for BSU as West Alabama swiftly marched downfield on their opening drive. When Harry Satterwhite capped their seven-play 78-yard march with a nine-yard touchdown pass to Tyriq Martin, whatever energy in the building completely evaporated. Since their Symphony of Soul marching band remains suspended because of a hazing investigation, it was challenging to draw energy from the sparse late arriving crowd.“That was disappointing,” Wilson said. “This is a playoff game and the stands should be packed. I know Maryland played Ohio State but, there was no championship on the line in that game. We were the only team in the state playing a game this big today and everybody needs to know about it.”However, the game swung on two massive defensive plays from Roger Richardson. Richardson’s 34-yard third quarter interception return set up Bryan Ellis’ three-yard touchdown giving them a 27-14 lead. He then clinched the victory with a 36-yard pick six in the fourth quarter that proved to be the difference in the game.