SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Western New England scored 21 unanswered second half points, including the go-ahead touchdown in the final minute, to take a 21-14 win of Husson Saturday afternoon.

Josh Henry caught a 28-yard touchdown pass from Anthony Service with 52 seconds to play, giving the Bears the lead. Western New England (2-2) tied the game with 59 seconds left in the third quarter, on a Dante Aiken seven yard touchdown run.

Husson (2-1) took a 14-0 lead in the second quarter. Aidan Hogan caught a four yard touchdown pass from Cory Brandon, and Robensen Saintard added a 55 yard touchdown run. Saintard had 69 yard rushing and 77 yards receiving for the Eagles. John Smith had 32 carries for 128 yards for Husson.

Oak Hill graduate Luke Washburn had six tackles for Husson.

TRINITY 51, BATES 0: The Bantams steamrolled the Bobcats for 31 first quarter points, on the way to the lopsided New England Small College Athletic Conference in in Lewiston.

Quarterback Sonny Puzzo was 12 for 18 for 192 yards and four touchdowns for Trinity (2-0). The Bantam defense held Bates (0-2) to 174 yards. Oak Hill grad Kyle Flaherty ran for 43 yards on seven carries for Bates.

MIDDLEBURY 41, BOWDOIN 14: The Panthers opened a 41-point lead to rout the Polar Bears in NESCAC play in Brunswick.

Jared Lebowitz threw for 316 yards and four touchdowns for Middlebury (2-0). Conrado Banky had five catches for 101 yards and a touchdown for the Panthers.

Freshman quarterback Griff Stalcup threw for 105 yards and ran for 54 for the Polar Bears (0-2).

MERCHANT MARINE 56, MAINE MARITIME 31: The teams combined for 913 yards of total offense, with Merhcant Marine taking the win in Castine.

Merchant Marine (2-1) gained 577 of its 590 yards on the ground. Quarterback Brice Moore ran 31 times for 137 yards and four touchdowns. Luke Tiefenhaler added 93 yards rushing and a score, while James Early (83 yards), Krystian Abbott (82 yards), and Aaron Rice (78 yards) also had big days.

Corey Creeger threw for 152 yards and ran for 80 to lead MMA’s offense. Winslow’s Alec Clark had 12 tackles for the Mariners (0-3).