Dickinson ended its 2017 season in style, roasting Ursinus 40-17 Saturday afternoon on Senior Day at Biddle Field.
The Red Devils (3-7, 3-6 Centennial Conference) started strong and finished stronger against the Bears (6-4, 5-4), as QB Robert Geiss produced the first of his three touchdowns on the opening drive, hitting Chris Longo for a 10-yard score.
It was a 3-yard run by Philip Butler that put Dickinson ahead to stay later in the first quarter, and the Devils stretched the halftime lead to 20-7 when Geiss (22 of 28, 181 yards) hit Longo (11-96 receiving) from 19 yards out.
After Ursinus sliced to within 20-17 by halftime, the Red Devils rolled in the second half, with Jeremy Walsh (37-131 rushing) scoring on TD runs of 4 and 7 yards, and Geiss calling his own number for a 6-yard touchdown.
Dickinson outgained the Bears 400-228 and dominated time of possession by a 43:22 to 16:38 count.
James Turner paced the defense with 12 tackles, including a sack and another for loss, while Ethan Warrick, Matt Butz and Taj DeFrance had interceptions.
Shippensburg rolls past winless Seton Hill
Shippensburg closed its regular season with a fifth straight win, destroying visiting Seton Hill 51-13 Saturday afternoon at Seth Grove Stadium.
The No. 25 Red Raiders (10-1) compiled an astronomical 32 first downs and 582 yards of offense while limiting the Griffins (0-11) to just 272 yards.
Among the gazillion standouts for Ship was QB Ryan Zapoticky, who was 19 of 26 for 256 yards and three touchdowns, plus another 29 yards and two scores on the ground.
Two running backs crossed into the century mark, as Colin McDermott gained 122 yards on 14 carries, and Cole Chiappialle 109 yards on 14 carries. Chase Yocum and Mike Cassidy added TD runs.
Tig Spinelli out of Cumberland Valley posted four tackles for loss, and Chavez Cheatham had a 36-yard interception return for the Red Raiders.