STONY BROOK, N.Y. (AP) -- Ed Pricola scored three touchdowns to
help Sacred Heart hold off Stony Brook 38-35 on Saturday night.
Pricola finished with 158 yards on 36 carries for the Pioneers
(5-3, 2-3 Northeast). He scored on runs of 10, 5 and 1 yard.
Stony Brook was hurt by two missed extra points and a failed
Sacred Heart led 24-6 before the Seawolves (2-5, 2-3) rallied.
Sal Davis returned a kickoff 97 yards late in the second quarter
and teammate Londre Blocker brought a punt back 76 yards early in
T.J. Moriarty threw a 68-yard touchdown pass to Rod Williams
with 5½ minutes left to pull the Seawolves within three points.
Williams also gave Stony Brook its only lead at 6-3 with a
40-yard TD run in the first. He finished with 78 yards rushing and
Moriarty was 12-of-19 for 225 yards.
Pricola's 10-yard run put the visitors ahead for good, 10-6 in
the second quarter.
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