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Capsule for Seton Hill-East Stroudsburg football

Paul Schofield
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NCAA Division II

EAST STROUDSBURG (1-0) vs. SETON HILL (0-0)

Offutt Field, Greensburg

2 p.m. Saturday

Coaches: Jim Terwilliger, East Stroudsburg; Daniel Day, Seton Hill.

All-time series: East Stroudsburg leads 2,-0

Last meeting: East Stroudsburg 41, Seton Hill 34 (2018)

Top players: QB Jake Cirillo, East Stroudsburg; QB Ryan Barabe, Seton Hill

This and that: East Stroudsburg opened the season by defeating Wagner, a member of the FCS Northeast Conference. … The Griffins return eight starters on offense and five on defense. … Seton Hill allowed 44 points per game last season. … Cirillo last week rushed for 90 yards and completed 11 of 21 passes for 138 yards and a touchdown.

Up next: East Stroudsburg hosts Edinboro on Sept. 21. Seton Hill visits West Chester on Sept. 21.

Paul Schofield is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Paul by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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