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Hollomon Sets Rushing Record In Central Loss

Sacred Heart rallies past Duquesne

Rob Hollomon scored two touchdowns and became Central Connecticut's career rushing leader, but Robert Morris scored the final 21 points and defeated the Blue Devils 27-24 on Saturday in Moon Township, Pa.

Hollomon, a senior, finished with 164 yards on 28 carries, giving him 3,430 career rushing yards and 874 this season. Stan House's previous record of 3,347 was set in 1994-97.

Derik Abbott threw two fourth-quarter touchdown passes for Robert Morris (1-6, 1-1 NEC), including the go-ahead 11-yarder to Duane Mitchell with 3:49 left.

Brenden Lytton's 20-yard run put Central (2-5, 0-2) ahead 24-6 with 14:02 left in the third quarter.

Trinity 17, Bowdoin 10: Henry Foye threw two fourth-quarter touchdown passes, including the decisive 14-yarder to Chris Ragone with 6:22 left, as Trinity (5-0) rallied to beat Bowdoin (2-3) in Brunswick, Maine.

The 10-play, 85-yard drive included a 37-yard pass from Foye to Ian Dugger that moved the ball to the Bowdoin 13. Foye (17 of 23, 247 yards) hit Bryan Vieira with a 15-yard pass to tie it at 10 with 13:17 left.

Bowdoin took a 10-0 lead when Branden Morin returned an interception of Foye 45 yards with 11:16 left in the second quarter. Kyle Pulek made it 10-3 with a 25-yard field goal with 2:04 left in the half.

Trinity's No. 1 running back, Chudi Iregbulem, did not play because of an injury. Gus Ackley had 80 yards on 25 carries and Ethan Suraci had 72 yards on 16 carries.

Sacred Heart 23, Duquesne 20: RJ Noel threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Dube on fourth-and-goal with 23 seconds left as Sacred Heart (6-1, 2-0 NEC) defeated Duquesne (4-3, 1-1) in Pittsburgh.

The Pioneers, who trailed 20-7 late in the third quarter, converted twice on fourth down in the game-winning drive, including Noel's 20-yard pass to a leaping Jackson King on fourth-and-3 that moved the ball to the 3. A sack pushed Sacred Heart back to the 12, and Noel hit Dube two plays later.

Noel's 67-yard touchdown run with 2:39 left in the third pulled Sacred Heart to 20-14. Duquesne took an intentional safety from its 7 that made it 20-16 with 2:10 left, and Dube, from Southington, returned the ensuing kickoff 37 yards to the Duquesne 45.

New Haven 31, AIC 24: Joey Bradley threw two touchdown passes in the final two minutes, lifting New Haven (4-3, 4-2) to the Northeast-10 upset of AIC (5-2, 5-1) in Springfield.

Bradley's 5-yard scoring pass to Ty Headen capped a 78-yard drive and tied it at 24 with 1:54 left. New Haven's Herbens Antenor then forced a fumble by AIC receiver Stephen Davis at his 45, setting up Bradley's 40-yard scoring pass to Henry Adegunle with 54 seconds left. New Haven's Trevor Officer rushed for a career-high 136 yards on 24 carries.

Bentley 38, Southern Connecticut 7: Dan Guadagnoli threw for 342 yards and four scores to help visiting Bentley (2-5, 1-5 NE-10) defeat Southern (1-6, 1-5) in New Haven.

Julian Hayes had 70 yards on 14 carries for Southern and Ray Catapano threw a 31-yard TD pass to Shaquan Hall.

Maine Maritime 13, Coast Guard 7: Coast Guard quarterbacks threw four second-half interceptions, two of them inside the Maine Maritime 20-yard line, in the NEFC loss in Castine, Maine. Joseph DiBiase's 2-yard TD run with 39 seconds left in the second quarter proved to be the difference for Maine Maritime (2-3, 1-2), which came in averaging a Division III-best 440.8 rushing yards per game and was held to 248, including 32 in the second half.

Coast Guard's Derek Victory was 24 of 37 for 213 yards with one touchdown, a 17-yarder to Bryan Popp, and three interceptions for the Bears (3-4, 2-2). Gordy Holloway was 5 of 15 for 32 yards with an interception after Victory took a hard hit and had to leave the game.

Western Connecticut 20, Fitchburg State 14 (OT): Tory Mack's 1-yard touchdown run in overtime gave Western (5-2, 4-1) the MASCAC win against Fitchburg State (5-2, 3-2) in Fitchburg, Mass.

Fitchburg had the first possession of overtime and was stopped on its final two plays from the 1. Mack finished with 112 yards and three touchdowns on 33 carries, and QB Michael Nichol was 10 of 14 passing for 96 yards and rushed for 69 yards on 20 carries, including an 18-yarder to the 1 in overtime.

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