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St. Thomas routs St. John Fisher 45-10

The Tommies advanced to the NCAA Division III semifinals Saturday for the first time in school history. Running back Colin Tobin added two rushing touchdowns.
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The Tommies advanced to the NCAA Division III semifinals Saturday for the first time in school history. Running back Colin Tobin added two rushing touchdowns.

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