LORETTO, Pa. -- Logan Marchi threw two touchdown passes, including the game winner in overtime, and Sacred Heart beat St. Francis (Pa.) 36-33 on Saturday.
Sacred Heart (4-4, 2-2 Northeast Conference) sandwiched a pair of field goals around one from St. Francis (4-4, 2-2) and the Red Flash led 23-16 after three quarters.
Julius Chestnut's 2-yard touchdown run tied it at 23-all before Brown connected with Terell Johnson for a 42-yard TD pass. The Pioneers responded as Marchi threw a 71-yard TD pass to Kezio Snelling with 5:18 left in regulation.
Marchi threw for 280 yards and ran for 45 yards. Snelling caught four passes for 134 yards.
Brown threw for 383 yards and three scores and Ra'Shaun Henry caught 11 passes for 196 yards and a TD.
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