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St. Thomas caps 1st D-I season, 54-15 over Presbyterian


ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Joe Hird made two of St. Thomas’ three straight interceptions late in the first half as the Tommies scored touchdowns off of each to break away from Presbyterian 54-15 in a season-ender. The teams battled through four lead changes with Hird’s first interception setting up a Nick Rice 40-yard touchdown run to put the Tommies ahead for good, 21-15. Presbyterian’s next two possessions ended in points for St. Thomas as Luke Glenna returned an interception 27 yards and Hird’s second pick set up Hope Adebayo’s 1-yard TD run for a 35-15 halftime lead.

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