NHIAA Football: Knight vision spurs South to win over Exeter
South scored on each of its first three second-half possessions and handed Exeter a 28-6 setback at Stellos Stadium.
South capped the scoring on Collin Morrow's 1-yard run and Ryan Guidaboni's fourth PAT kick with 3:01 remaining in regulation. The TD was set up by Knight's 63-yard run down to the Exeter 1.
Knight finished the game with 189 yards rushing on 19 carries. He also completed 13 of 29 passes for 168 yards.
The Blue Hawks were coming off last Saturday's 21-14 overtime loss to Bishop Guertin.
Exeter built a 6-0 halftime lead on two Matt Oppici field goals. Both kicks followed a mistake by Nashua South.
Oppici's second field goal — a 36-yarder with 7:35 left in the half — was set up when Exeter's Jay Inzenga blocked a South punt that gave the Blue Hawks the ball on the South 26.
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