JAMESTOWN, N.D.-- Quarterback Kaler Ray ran for 275 yards and a pair of touchdowns and the Dickinson State University Blue Hawks totaled 488 yards of offense in a 41-14 win over the University of Jamestown.
Dickinson State found the end zone on all six of their first-half possessions, scoring on drives of 60, 90, 41, 43, 94, and 96 yards to take a 41-7 halftime lead.
The Blue Hawks scored three times in the opening quarter before the Jimmies answered on a 10-yard pass from Dylan Klatt to Tyler Shurtz.
On the ensuing drive, DSU needed just 1:13 to retake a three-score lead. Ray connected with Jordan Walker on a 20-yard pass.
Following a Jimmie punt, Ray broke free for a 90-yard score to make it 34-7.
With 1:09 left in the half, Jed Fike scored on a fourth-and-goal run to make it 41-7.
UJ's Keldrick Sullivan made it 41-14 with 6:27 left in the third quarter with a 1-yard run, his 15th of the season.
Ray was 5-of-9 passing for 78 yards, also throwing a touchdown pass to Trey Boone.
Sullivan finished with 144 yards on 28 carries. Klatt completed 7-of-16 attempts for 84 yards and also threw an interception.
Thomas Sease led the Blue Hawks with 14 tackles. Bo Silberg was Jamestown's leading tackler with 9 stops.
The win lifts Dickinson State to 9-2 while the Jimmies end the season at 4-7.