SAN DIEGO -- Mason Mills threw two touchdown passes and Ryan Costa had an 88-yard interception return for a score, leading San Diego to a 30-10 win over Western New Mexico on Saturday night.
Mills threw both TD passes to freshman Brandon White. The first was a 24-yarder less than three minutes into the game, the second a 42-yarder early in the fourth quarter.
Kenny James ran for 90 yards and a TD on 12 carries for the Toreros (2-0).
Division II Western New Mexico (1-1) got a 19-yard touchdown pass from David Ingram to Daveon Barner, and Kam Drawhorn kicked a 32-yard field goal.
Mills completed 19 of 28 passes for 221 yards. White caught 7 passes for 119 yards.
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|Western New Mexico||3-6||4-7|
|New Mexico Highlands||2-7||2-9|
|Black Hills State||0-9||0-11|