WASHINGTON - Montgomery, a sophomore from Fulton, Md., put together a five-touchdown day in leading the Cardinals to a 38-29 win over Guilford, which put CUA back over the .500 at 5-4 overall on the year.
Montgomery was a dual threat under center, throwing for 180 yards and four touchdowns while also leading Catholic in rushing with 129 yards and another score on the ground. Montgomery kicked off the game's scoring with a 4-yard touchdown pass to Alex Evans that capped a 16-play 73-yard opening drive. He also connected on touchdown passes with Nick Cortese, Mike Pitsenberger and Andrew Ouellette, with the latter covering 37-yards. He and Ouellette teamed up for 12 receptions and 117 yards. Montgomery notched the game's final touchdown with 2:20 to play, increasing CUA's lead from three to nine points. Montgomery has completed 62.3-percent of his passes (114-of-183) for 1,060 yards and 12 touchdowns this season.
The Cardinals conclude regular-season action at Bridgewater (Va.) on Saturday, Nov. 16 at 1 p.m.