Maine college football roundup: Bates gets tripped up by Trinity

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Oct. 16—HARTFORD, Conn. — Spencer Fetter completed 20 of 25 passes for 236 yards and three touchdowns, leading Trinity past Bates 45-7 in a New England Small College Athletic Conference football game Saturday.

Jonathan Girard has seven receptions for 108 yards and two scores for the Bantams (5-0). William Kirby rushed for three TDs.

Christian Olivieri scored the only Bobcats (1-4) touchdown on a 28-yard reception from Brendan Costa in the third quarter.

Andrew Boel passed for 307 yards and three touchdowns, and Bowdoin ended a 14-game losing streak with a victory over Amherst in Brunswick.

Colton Fahey had two TD catches and finished with 112 receiving yards. Boel connected with Brendan King for a 22-yard scoring pass that made it 21-7 with 6:29 remaining.

Andre Eden rushed for 107 yards on 31 carries for Bowdoin (1-4), which beat Amherst (3-2) for the first time since 2005. The victory was also Bowdoin's first against any opponent since 2018.

Matt Hersch threw two long touchdown passes in the fourth quarter as the Mules (2-3) defeated the Panthers (1-4) in Waterville.

Jack Sawyer's 60-yard TD catch gave Colby a 21-14 lead. Hersch then connected with Matt Panker for an 89-yard touchdown.

The Mules trailed 7-0 at halftime but moved ahead in the third quarter on 3-yard touchdown runs by Devin Marrocco and Keon Smart.

Mike Ingraffia threw two touchdown passes and Tyler Bridge of Wells rushed for 100 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries as the Gulls (6-1, 3-0 Commonwealth Coast) knocked off the Eagles (4-1, 1-1) in Bangor.

Endicott broke a 17-17 tie when Ingraffia connected with Shane Aylward for a 16-yard touchdown late in the third quarter.

Husson pulled even midway through the third on a 73-yard pass from Nic Visser to Lisbon grad Tyler Halls. Halls had three receptions for 119 yards.

Lewiston grad Garrett Poussard scored Husson's first TD on a 1-yard run in the second quarter.

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