EASTON, Pa. -- Logan Marchi threw six touchdown passes, tying a school record, and Sacred Heart dominated the second half to defeat Lafayette 56-40 on Saturday.
Marchi completed 22 of 32 passes for 407 yards and threw three touchdown passes in each half. Kezio Snelling hauled in three of the TD passes, including a 75-yarder in the first quarter.
The play was the longest TD pass for the Pioneers (2-1) since the 2015 season.
Lafayette (0-3) scored three unanswered touchdowns in the second quarter to lead 24-21 at intermission.
The second half belonged to Sacred Heart as Julius Chestnut capped a 75-yard opening drive with the first of his two 1-yard TD runs and a 28-24 lead. Marchi found Tyrese Chambers from the 20 and Snelling from 65 yards out as the Pioneers led 42-27 by the end of the third. Snelling caught five passes for 158 yards, Chambers had nine catches for 133.
Keegan Shoemaker passed for 411 yards and rushed for 138 -- the first Lafayette player to break 100 yards in both categories in a game since 2004.
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