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San Diego beats Jacksonville 59-35, runs home streak to 19

SAN DIEGO -- Anthony Lawrence threw for 284 yards and four touchdowns as San Diego extended its home winning streak to 19 straight games by rolling past Jacksonville 59-35 in a Pioneer Football League game Saturday.

Lawrence surpassed Mason Mills as the Toreros' all-time passing leader, increasing his career total to 11,234 yards.

The Toreros own the longest active home win streak in the Football Championship Subdivision and now have won 25 straight conference games and 35 consecutive PFL home games.

Emilio Martinez scored from 17 yards out to put San Diego up minutes into the game, but Calvin Turner Jr. answered with a 31-yard run to tie the game at 7-7 through one quarter.

Lawrence hit Michael Bandy with a 27-yard strike and Michael Armstead from 16 yards out to put the Toreros (6-2, 5-0) ahead for good, 21-7. Armstead returned the second-half kick 100 yards to make it 35-14.

Lawrence completed 22 of 28 pass attempts, with Bandy pulling in six for 113 yards.

Turner ran for 202 yards and three touchdowns and caught a 13-yard pass for a fourth to lead Jacksonville, which has now lost six straight after a season-opening win.