EAST STROUDSBURG, Pa. (AP) -Greg Knauss kicked a 29-yard field goal in overtime to lift East Stroudsburg to a 44-41 win over Shippensburg on Saturday and give Warriors coach Denny Douds his 213th career victory, a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference record.
After Shippensburg's Kevin Marshall returned a kickoff 91 yards for his second touchdown of the fourth quarter, East Stroudsburg (4-0, 1-0 PSAC East) trailed by 10 points with six minutes to go. But the Warriors got a field goal from Knauss and a 1-yard touchdown run by Joe Partridge with 1:02 left to tie the game.
first play of overtime, then Knauss booted the game-winner.
Partridge scored three touchdowns on the ground and Tim Roken threw for 414 yards - 321 in the second half - and a touchdown for East Stroudsburg. Roken was 31-for-59 with four interceptions and set a school record for attempts in a game.
Chad DiFebbo threw for 161 yards and tossed two touchdown passes to Mike Harris while Chris Infante added two scores on the ground for Shippensburg.
Douds broke the old PSAC wins record held by Millersville's Gene Carpenter, who won 212 games from 1970-2000.

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