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.
Ryan Laughlin was 9 of 24 for 105 yards for Holy Cross (0-4).
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