HANOVER, N.H. -- Keshaudas Spence ran for a touchdown in each of the final three quarters and finished with 138 yards on 19 carries as Sacred Heart came back to defeat Dartmouth 27-10 Saturday.
His second touchdown came in the third quarter, after Dartmouth (3-2) punted from its 4. Tyler Dube returned it 29 yards to the Dartmouth 12, although an illegal block penalty pushed the Pioneers back to the 22. Two plays later, Spence scored from the 14.
Spence's final touchdown, from 11 yards out, came at the end of a 59-yard fourth-quarter drive on which he carried five times for 56 yards.
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