Post University quarterback Dwayne Carter of Anchorage tossed three touchdowns but it wasn’t enough to prevent a loss in the eighth annual Allegiance Bowl.
Post dropped a 63-28 decision to Army in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., in the Collegiate Sprint Football League opener for both teams.
Sprint football teams compete in an eight-week season and obey NCAA rules with the exception players must weigh less than 172 pounds on a weekly basis throughout the season.
Carter, of Dimond High fame, is a 6-foot-1 sophomore in his second season as the team’s starting QB.
He finished 14 of 27 for 274 yards and scoring strikes of 19, 27 and 24 yards in the loss to Army.
Last year he gained more than 1,300 total yards and cashed in on 13 TDs in six games.