Dormecant's TD with 50 seconds to go helps Stonehill seal Duquesne's fate in 33-28 win

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Chris Domercant's 21-yard touchdown run with 50 seconds left helped send Stonehill to a 33-28 win over Duquesne on Saturday in a contest that featured four lead changes.

On the ensuing kickoff, Keshawn Brown returned it 36 yards to put Duquesne at its own 42-yard line. The Dukes advanced to Stonehill's 33, but on fourth-and-1 with three seconds left, Jahnez Williams broke up Darius Perrantes' pass attempt to Darryl Powell Jr. to end it.

The Skyhawks (4-5, 3-3 Northeast Conference) established a 17-0 lead within the first seven minutes of play, helped set up by a Duquesne fumble on its first drive and a 17-yard scoop-and-score by Stonehill's Justin Waters on Duquesne's second drive.

After drawing within 17-7, the Dukes (6-4, 5-1) continued its rally into the second quarter when Perrantes threw an 89-yard touchdown pass to Brown, and after forcing Stonehill to turn it over on downs, Perrantes ran it from 34 yards to put Duquesne ahead 21-20 just before halftime.

The Skyhawks reclaimed the lead late in the third when Zavion Woodard ran it in from the 1 to end a 12-play, 63-yard drive that lasted 5:42. Woodward ran for 30 yards on seven carries and caught a pass for 13 yards on the drive.

Duquesne went ahead for the last time with 2:45 left when Edward Robinson ran it in from the 2.

Jermaine Corbett ran for 108 yards on 21 carries for Stonehill.

Perrantes finished 9-for-25 passing for 298 yards, with a touchdown and two interceptions.

Duquesne, which clinched a shared of the Northeast Conference title last week, could’ve secured the title outright with a win. Instead, the Dukes will have to wait another week when it ends their regular season on the road at Merrimack (5-5, 4-2).


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