CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Colton Chapple threw four touchdown passes in Harvard's 49-point first half and the Crimson went on to rout Holy Cross 52-3 on Friday night.
Chapple was 13 of 18 for 260 yards for the Crimson (3-0) and didn't have an interception. He opened the scoring with a 10-yard pass to Ricky Zorn, and also threw a 35-yard touchdown pass to Brate Cameron in the first quarter. Harvard made it 21-3 late in the quarter on D.J. Moore's 23-yard return on a blocked punt.
Zorn had six catches for 99 yards, and Cameron added four receptions for 69 yards. Treavor Scales led Harvard in rushing with 82 yards on 15 carries.
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