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District football roundup: Seton Hill rallies past Mercyhurst for 2nd straight win

Ryan Barabe threw for 348 yards and two touchdowns as Seton Hill defeated Mercyhurst, 30-20, on Saturday in PSAC action.

Michael Valentino rushed for 60 yards and caught three passes for 88 yards and a 78-yard touchdown for Griffins (2-4, 2-2), who have won two in a row after an 0-4 start.

Kinan Humphrey added seven receptions for 83 yards and a touchdown for the Griffins. Doug Altavilla threw for 188 yards and a touchdown for Mercyhurst (3-4, 1-3), which led by seven points at halftime.

Bethany 23, Carnegie Mellon 19 — Hunter Klein caught six passes for 120 yards and three touchdowns as Bethany (3-4, 3-3) held off Carnegie Mellon (5-2, 4-2) at home for a PAC victory. Tartan quarterback J.D. Dayhuff went 19 for 31 with 167 yards and an interception through the air while rushing for 75 yards and two touchdowns on 23 carries.

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Cal (Pa.) 54, Gannon 14 — Noah Mitchell threw for 295 yards and four touchdowns to lead Cal (Pa.) (5-2, 3-1) to the PSAC win at Gannon (2-5, 1-3). Tyson Hill caught 10 passes for 167 yards and three touchdowns for the Vulcans, which outgained Gannon, 459 yards to 206 yards.

No. 22 IUP 59, Clarion 21 — Justice Evans ran for 142 yards and Adam Houser added 103 rushing yards and a touchdown as IUP (6-1, 3-1) put up 601 yards of offense in its PSAC victory at Clarion (3-4, 1-3). Malik Anderson added 76 rushing yards and two touchdowns for IUP, which gained 370 yards on the ground. Quinton Maxwell threw for 219 yards and three touchdowns in the win. Jeff Clemens threw for 250 yards and two touchdowns for Clarion.

No. 9 Slippery Rock 41, Edinboro 30 — Roland Rivers III completed 33 or 41 passes for 391 yards and a touchdown as Slippery Rocky (7-0, 4-0) beat Edinboro (1-6, 1-3) in PSAC play. Henry Litwin caught 13 passes for 131 yards and a touchdown for the Rock, and teammate Charles Snorweah added 73 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Ta’Nauz Gregory caught 11 passes for 169 yards and a touchdown for Edinboro.

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Duquesne 20, Sacred Heart 6 — Daniel Parr threw a pair of five-yard touchdown passes and Mitch Maczura kicked a pair of field goals as Duquesne stopped Sacred Heart in a battle of last year’s Northeastern Conference co-champions. The Dukes (4-2, 2-0) held the Pioneers (3-4, 1-2) to 233 yards of total offense and allowed them just 10 first downs.

Parr completed 15 of his 26 pass attempts for 149 yards. A.J. Hines carried the load on offense for the Dukes, carrying 29 times for 142 yards. Defensively Duquesne limited Sacred Heart (3-4, 1-2) to just 84 passing yards and picked off Logan Marchi three times.

Robert Morris 21, Wagner 13 — Caleb Lewis threw for a touchdown, Terrence Stephens Jr. ran for one, and Robert Morris rallied. Robert Morris (3-4) is 2-0 in the Northeastern Conference for the first time 2011.

Down 10-7 at halftime, the Colonials grabbed the lead for good when freshman Tiheem Crocker blocked Eric Silvester’s punt attempt. DeJaun Dandridge recovered the ball at Wagner’s 25-yard line and ran it in for the score. It’s the second straight game in which the Colonials rallied from a halftime deficit.

Robert Morris linebacker Aniello Buzzacco, Thomas Neal, Garrett Fairman and Brady Ours combined to make 30 tackles, 12 solo.

Division III

Allegheny 49, Kenyon 0 — In NCAC play, Nazareth Greer threw for 305 yards and five touchdowns, including an 86-yard scoring pass to Dwaine Barber, as Allegheny (1-5, 1-4) shut out Kenyon (3-3, 2-3). Barber caught seven passes for 182 yards and three touchdowns. Allegheny’s defense held Kenyon to 170 yards.

No. 25 Case Western Reserve 34, Saint Vincent 26 — Drew Saxton threw for 416 yards and four touchdowns as Case Western Reserve (6-0, 5-0) held off Saint Vincent (1-5, 0-4) in PAC play. Lorenzo Cota threw for 239 yards and three touchdowns for Saint Vincent, which pulled within five points in the fourth quarter after trailing by 11 at halftime. Phil Harding caught three passes for 111 yards, and Mike Stasko rushed for 95 yards and one touchdown and caught four passes for 54 yards and a TD for the Bearcats.

Grove City 42, Waynesburg 24 — Wesley Schools ran for 324 yards and five touchdowns on 35 carries for Grove City (5-2, 4-2) as the Wolverines upended Waynesburg (1-6, 1-5) to earn PAC road victory. Luke Salerno had 14 total tackles, a forced fumble and a sack for Grove City. Justin Flack rushed for 111 yards and a touchdown on 23 carries for Waynesburg.

Westminster 55, Thiel 7 — Westminster (5-2, 4-2) held Thiel (0-7, 0-6) to just 57 yards and three first downs in its PAC win. Keano Grice ran for 116 yards and three touchdowns for Westminster while Tyler Greene added 108 rushing yards and one TD. Cole Konieczka completed 13 of 16 passes for 159 yards and three touchdowns.

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