Trinity defensive back Craig Borsari ended Hamilton's comebackhopes as he returned an interception 47 yards for a touchdown with 1:13remaining to seal the Bantams 27-14 win. Trinity improved to 3-0, its ninthstraight victory. After Trinity took a 21-14 first half lead, both offensesstalled and the score did not change until Borsari's return.

After the offensive shootout in the first half the teams combined for sixinterceptions and seven punts in the second stanza.

Trinity took a 7-0 lead on an 11-yard TD pass from Joe Mullaney to Brian Byrneat 10:55 of the first quarter. A Craig Borsari interception late in the firstled to another Trinity touchdown on a nine-yard pass from Mullaney to RobertNorton. A missed extra point resulted in a 13-0 Bantam lead with 13:30remaining in the half.

On the next possession, Hamilton drove 62 yards on 12 plays, keyed by severallong Scott Milleisen rushes. A seven-yard Adam Hodges touchdown run cut theTrinity lead to 13-7. Trinity answered with a five-yard Ray Jones touchdown,capping a seven-play 64-yard drive, giving the Bantams a 21-7 lead. But,Hamilton bounced back as Dan DeBlois led the Continentals down the field in1:15 and hit Kelby Valenti with a 22-yard touchdown strike with 1:07 left inthe half to cut the margin to 27-14.

Hamilton intercepted four Trinity passes to thwart Bantam drives in the thirdand early in the fourth, but could not capitalize as the Continentals threwfour interceptions as well. Both offenses could not get anything going untillate in the second half when Hamilton took over on its own 12 with 3:03remaining. However, the Borsari interception, his second of the game, sealedthe win for the Bantams.

Ray Jones led Trinity with 150 yards and one touchdown on 30 carries. Mullaneywas six of 14 for 103 yards and two touchdowns.

For Hamilton, Scott Milleisen rushed for 122 yards on 30, while DeBlois was17-46 for 175 yards and one touchdown.

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