LORETTO, Pa. -- Obozua Ehikioya ran for two fourth-quarter touchdowns as Marist beat St. Francis, Pa. 30-22 on Saturday.
Ehikioya ran for 159 yards and scored on back-to-back touchdown runs of 5 yards and 36 yards in the fourth quarter.
The Red Foxes (1-2) trailed 16-0 midway through the third quarter until Keith Mitchell scored on a 15 yard run. Chris Debowski threw a 9-yard touchdown pass to James LaMacchia in the fourth for Marist, which scored all its points in a 15-minute span.
Zak Campbell put St. Francis on the board with a 25-yard field goal in the second quarter and Calvin Williams followed up with a 45-yard touchdown run.
Michael Rios blocked Campbell's extra point attempt after Rivera's second touchdown and Paul Rabito returned it for 2 points.
Ehikioya's second touchdown came after Rios and Nic Zivic tackled punter Bobby Fuller, putting Marist at St. Francis' 9 yard line.
Marist had 443 total yards of offense, including 289 rushing yards. St. Francis had 303 total yards of offense. Williams had 13 carries for 85 yards to lead the Red Flash.
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