BETHLEHEM, Pa. -- Dominick Bragalone ran for 139 yards and three touchdowns, Jon Seighman blocked a field goal with 33 seconds left and Lehigh held off St. Francis (Pa.) 21-19 in Saturday's season opener.
After stopping the Mountain Hawks on downs, the Red Flash marched 56 yards to Lehigh's 13 with 50 seconds left, but Eric Bofenkamp's 30-yard field goal try was blocked, then recovered by Keith Woetzel.
Bragalone scored on a 52-yard run, his 2-yard plunge put Lehigh up 14-10 at halftime and his 11-yard run in the third made it 21-13.
The Red Flash closed to 21-19 early in the fourth with Ben Bruni's end zone recovery of a fumble, but St. Francis missed the 2-point conversion.
Bear Fenimore, 17 of 26 for 242 yards passing with an interception, scored on a 1-yard keeper on St. Francis' opening drive and Bofenkamp kicked 41- and 27-yard field goals.
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