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Lackawanna outlasts GMC, 37-30

SCRANTON, Pennsylvania - Lackawanna's Calvin Bell ran for three touchdowns and Matt Cavallaro added two more rushing touchdowns Sunday as No. 2 Lackawanna recorded a 37-30 win over No. 9 Georgia Military College at Valor Field at Veterans Memorial Stadium. Bell finished the day with 139 rushing yards.

The Falcons, as the second-ranked team, could play in the NJCAA Football Championship Game Dec. 5 at Carnie Smith Stadium in Pittsburg, Kansas. Other NJCAA bowls will be held Dec. 7-8. Lackawanna is 10-0 and winners of 22-straight contests, a streak that started in 2017 with a seven-point win over Georgia Military.

After leading 16-3 at halftime, Cavallaro gave the Falcons a 30-3 lead in the third quarter with his second 1-yard TD run. GMC rallied to within seven, 30-23 before Bell scored on a 2-yard run to give Lackawanna a 37-23 lead. GMC scored in the game's final minute but Lackawanna recovered the ensuing onside kick and ran out the clock.

The Falcons' defense had three forced fumbles and DeJahn Warren and David Amankwaa recorded interceptions.

No. 17 Monroe 63, Hocking 0

NELSONVILLE, Ohio - Nov. 9 - Dominique Shoffner threw five touchdown passes and ran for two more scores as No. 17 Monroe recorded a 63-0 win over Hocking.

The Mustangs close the regular season 8-2.

Shoffner has run for 14 touchdowns, placing him fourth on the Northeast Football Conference's single-season list while his 26 touchdown passes have him third in that category. He has thrown for 2,305 yards, placing him third in that category while his 152 completions rank fourth.

Jevin Frett caught four passes for 120 yards while Lucas Nunez recorded four touchdown receptions among his six catches for 104 yards.

Monroe kicker Idrissa Nikiema made nine extra-point kicks to give him 59, placing his second in the NEFC. His 80 kicking points are tied for the lead in that category. His 86 overall points rank sixth.

No. 15 ASA 54, Wesley College JV 27

DOVER, Delaware - Nasir Boykin threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score as No. 15 ASA improved to 8-2 with the 54-27 win over Wesley College JV.

Devin Dawkins ran for two scores while Kaedin Robinson led the way with three receptions for 116 yards and a touchdown.

DeMaje Carter was credited with eight solo tackles and a pass breakup.