It’s hard to tell how many more touchdown passes quarterback Cameron Tobias may throw in his career with the Lock Haven football team, but it’s doubtful any will be more dramatic than his first.
The Bald Eagles were trailing Millersville 28-24 with two seconds left when Tobias, who is third on the depth chart, was pressed into action when the first two quarterbacks were injured. He was facing a third-and-10 from the Millersville 11 when he connected with tight end Del’Vaughn Harris for an 11-yard touchdown. Lock Haven then recovered a fumble on the ensuing kickoff and returned it for a touchdown to set the final score at 36-28. The win was Lock Haven’s second in a row, giving it a 2-6 record.
It was the first career scoring pass for Tobias, a redshirt freshman from Penns Valley, who has completed 2 of 5 passes for 28 yards.