LORETTO, Pa. — Zack Drayer completed two touchdown passes and St. Francis (Pa) ran away from Bryant 38-3 on Saturday.

Drayer finished 19 of 31 for 197 yards. His 24-yard touchdown pass to Kamron Lewis in the third quarter extended the St. Francis lead to 21-3. Lewis had 10 receptions for 129 yards.

The Red Flash (4-3, 2-0 Northeast) piled it on in the fourth. An eight-play, 87-yard drive to start the frame culminated in a 4-yard scoring toss to Marcus Alston. Lance Geesey added a 33-yard field goal and on the next possession, Jalen Wells took an interception 40 yards for another score.

Geesey’s field goal gave him 54 for his career, setting the Northeast Conference all-time record. He is tied for first among active FCS players.

Marcus Bagley and Wesley Nagaseu both had 1-yard touchdown plunges in the first half.

Dalton Easton went 17 of 35 for 167 yards for Bryant (2-4, 1-1), but also threw two interceptions.

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