LORETTO, Pa. -- Kyle Harbridge caught a touchdown and ran for another as St. Francis overcame Sacred Heart 24-10 in a defensive struggle on Saturday.
The Red Flash (3-4, 1-1 Northeast Conference) trailed 10-3 late in the third quarter but scored 21 straight points to close out the game.
Harbridge scored his first touchdown on a 21-yard reception that tied the game at 10 and capped the St. Francis rally with a 90-yard touchdown, the second longest run in school history.
Sacred Heart (7-2, 2-2) entered the game plus-19 in turnover margin but was unable to force a turnover.
Meanwhile, DaQuan Minter intercepted RJ Noel with 1:56 left in the third quarter to set up the Red Flash's go-ahead touchdown early in the fourth. It was Minter's fifth interception of the season.
Keshaudas Spence finished with 138 yards on 23 carries to lead the way for the Pioneers.
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