LYNCHBURG, Va. -- Bear Fenimore threw for 183 yards with two touchdowns and Jymere Jordan-Toney rushed for 105 yards to help lead Saint Francis (PA) to a 13-7 win over Liberty on Saturday night.
Fenimore hit Matt Valenzuela from the nine with 18 seconds left in the first half to go up 6-0 as the PAT was blocked. Fenimore added an insurance score in the third when he nailed Kamron Lewis on a 23-yard scoring strike with 4:39 left.
Liberty finally got on the board when Stephen Calvert hit Cephas Reddick in the end zone from the 32 with 2:35 remaining in the game. The ensuing onside kick was recovered by the Red Flash (3-1). Liberty held on fourth-and-1 at its own 24 to get the ball back with 50 seconds remaining. Two plays later Da'Jon Lee sacked Calvert and Sean Orsini recovered to stop the Flames and secure the win.
Calvert led Liberty (3-2), throwing for 219 yards.
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