BY JEFF FALK
ANNVILLE – Ben Guiles is really good at scoring six-pointers. Better than he is at scoring two-pointers.
On Saturday at Arnold Field, Guiles, a senior out of Columbia, became the Lebanon Valley College football program’s all-time leading touchdown-maker. But intrestingly enough, the tailback is not the Flying Dutchmen’s all-time leading scorer.
That honor still belongs to former Lebanon Cedar star Adam Brossman, who graduated in 2008. At least for now.
The difference between Brossman and Guiles is the former’s seven two-point conversions. Unbelievably, Guiles has not converted a two-pointer in his career.
During his time at LVC as a wide receiver and kick returner, Brossman tallied a total of 42 touchdowns and 266 points. Guiles currently has 258 all-time points and appears to be a cinch to break Brossman’s mark.
Guiles has four – and probably more – games to score nine points and eclipse Brossman.