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Saint Vincent football seeks 1st victory in PAC game vs. Geneva

Paul Schofield

NCAA Division III

GENEVA (2-2, 2-1 PAC) at SAINT VINCENT (0-3, 0-2 PAC)

Chuck Noll Field, Latrobe, 1 p.m. Saturday

2019 records: Geneva 2-2; Saint Vincent 0-3.

Series: Geneva leads 10-3.

Coaches: Gino Demarco, Geneva; Aaron Smetanka, Saint Vincent

Last week: Geneva 27, Waynesburg 7; Carnegie Mellon 49, Saint Vincent 14

Last season: Geneva 31, Saint Vincent 27

Top players: RB, Justin Loughrie, Geneva; WR, Andre Dixon, Saint Vincent.

This and that: Saint Vincent running back Mike Stasko rushed for 195 yards on 16 carries against CMU. … Dixon caught six passes for 134 yards and a touchdown. … Loughrie rushed for 122 yards and a touchdown, and quarterback Amos Luptak rushed for 115 yards. Luptak attempted three passes and completed one for 57 yards against Waynesburg.

Up next: Geneva visits Bethany, and Saint Vincent travels to Thiel on Oct. 12.

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

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