Senior quarterback Joe Kalosky delivered with five touchdown passes as the Gulls’ 45 unanswered points highlighted the team’s 52-10 victory in the New England Bowl.
Endicott (9-2) took control early, as the infamous Kalosky to Shea McManaway connection struck once again. The 54-yard crowd-pleaser finished an easy 3-play drive for the group.
Dean would answer, as a field goal followed by a touchdown from freshman quarterback Terrell Watts put the opposition up by a score of 10-7.
The Blue and Green would respond with diligence, not desperation. Kalosky portrayed his dual-threat skills, running and throwing for scores in the second quarter.
Endicott kicker Nick DiCairano’s time-expiring field goal ended play in the first half, with the Gulls leading 24-10 on the scoreboard.
Kalosky tossed three more touchdowns in the second half, including one to an offensive lineman. The score from Shane Toland, a Connecticut native, gave him his first collegiate catch and touchdown reception.
A 6-yard burst from senior running back Greg Ruff polished off a clean performance for the team on both sides of the ball.
Endicott’s season has officially come to an end, as the team was 9-2 on the season with six wins in the all too familiar CCC. The Gull faithful says goodbye to 23 seniors, and applauds them for their hard work and dedication towards the program.