LORETTO, Pa. -- Bear Fenimore put together four consecutive scoring drives after falling behind in the first quarter and St. Francis (Pennsylvania) clobbered Delaware State 45-14 on Saturday.
Fenimore ran for two scores and passed for two others, finishing with 201 yards passing.
Delaware State (0-2) was forced to punt away the game-opening drive, but Taj Washington hit St. Francis returner Nick Rinella at the 17, forcing a fumble which Brian Cavicante scooped up and ran in from the 14.
Less than four minutes later, St. Francis (1-1) tied the game when Fenimore capped a seven-play drive with a run from the 1. On the next three drives, Rinella atoned for the fumble by returning a punt 47 yards for a TD, Fenimore hit Terrell Johnson with a 26-yard scoring pass and found Joel Denley from the 6.
Linebacker Sean Orsini made 10 tackles with 2 1/2 sacks, including a drive-ending 12-yard sack in the fourth quarter.
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