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Seton Hill rallies to end 20-game losing streak

| Saturday, October 13, 2018 9:48 p.m

The Seton Hill football team ended its 20-game losing streak Saturday, rallying to defeat Mercyhurst, 34-33, in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference West Division game at Offutt Field.

The last time the Griffins won was Oct. 22, 2016 when they defeated Mercyhurst, 55-45.

Lakers (2-5, 1-3) built a 31-7 lead early in the third quarter when the Griffins (1-6, 1-3) mounted their comeback.

Junior Ardell Brown keyed the rally by catching a 54-yard touchdown pass from Chris Jones.

He capped the comeback and gave the Griffins the lead for good with a 69-yard punt return with 2:13 left.

Brown had four catches for 89 yards and two scores. He also intercepted a pass on the final play of the game.

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