MIDDLETOWN, Connecticut — Devon Carrillo caught a 35 yard touchdown pass from Gernald Hawkins with 2:32 left in the game, lifting Wesleyan to a 24-21 win over Colby in New England Small College Athletic Conference play on Saturday afternoon.

Colby (0-3) took a 21-17 lead with 4:09 to play on Jabari Hurdle-Price’s 65 yard touchdown run. The Cardinals (2-1) answered with the game-winning drive, marching 66 yards in just five plays.

Hurdle-Price ran for 202 yards for the Mules. Hawkins threw for 178 yards and ran for 71 to lead the Cardinals.

Ian Dickey led Colby’s defense with 12 tackles.

HUSSON 46, ANNA MARIA 7: The Eagles held Anna Maria to just 131 yards of total offense in an Eastern Collegiate Football Conference game in Paxton, Massachusetts.

John Smith ran for 258 yards and three touchdowns for Husson (3-1, 2-0 ECFC). Smith scored all three of his touchdowns in the first quarter as the Eagles built a 26-0 lead.

Quarterback Joe Seccareccia threw for 164 yards and three touchdowns for the Eagles. Lawrence graduate Bryant Wade had eight tackles and recovered a fumble, leading a Husson defense that forced six turnovers. Oak Hill graduate Luke Washburn had 1 1/2 sacks for Husson.

Joe D’Onofrio recovered a blocked punt for the only Anna Maria (0-5, 0-2) score.

WILLIAMS 16, BATES 14: The Bobcats’ last-chance drive stalled at midfield late in the fourth quarter and the Ephs hung on for the NESCAC win in Williamstown, Massachusetts.

Frank Williams scored on a 2 yard run with 8:01 left in the game for Bates (1-2) to cut the Williams lead to two points. The Bobcats got the ball back at their own 17 with 3:26 to play, but the drive ended when quarterback Patrick Dugan was sacked on fourth down at the Williams 45 with 16 seconds left.

Austin Lommen threw for 309 yards for Williams (2-1). Dugan led Bates with 74 yards rushing.

TUFTS 43, BOWDOIN 24: The Jumbos scored on four of their first five possessions and scored the most points in a game since 2010 to take the NESCAC win in Brunswick.

Tufts (3-0) put up 449 yards of offense, including 239 on the ground. Chance Brady ran for 123 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Jumbos.

The Tufts defense forced three turnovers and sacked the Polar Bears (0-3) three times, holding Bowdoin to just 30 yards rushing.

A trio of Bowdoin quarterbacks combined to throw for 381 yards. Nick Vailas had eight catches for 158 yards and a touchdown for Bowdoin, while Daniel Barone had seven catches for 135 yards and a touchdown for the Polar Bears.


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