Alex Boumerhi was a busy man Saturday in Lock Haven’s first win of the football season.
The placekicker and Philipsburg-Osceola graduate booted eight extra points in the Bald Eagles’ 56-20 victory over Cheyney. They were the most points scored by the Eagles in a game since 1968.
Boumerhi leads Lock Haven in scoring with 31 points on four field goals and 19 PATs. The Bald Eagles are 1-6.