Broncos defense forces four turnovers in win over Jamestown

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HASTINGS, Neb. (KSNB) - Hastings College football came out of the bye week firing for the tune of 21 first-half points. However, the Broncos cooled off in the second half but two turnovers in the second half helped them hold off the University of Jamestown, 38-21.

Jesse Ulrich celebrates touchdown for Hastings College

The clinching moment came in the fourth quarter when Keyuntea Kinney stripped Jimmies quarterback, Jordan Mann to set up the Broncos in the redzone.

Ord grad, Jesse Ulrich then ran it into the end zone to but the Broncos up by 17 with four minutes left.

"Credit to Jamestown there is no quit over there. There is no quit in those games, they came out and they got after us in the second half. There was no quit in those guys," Hastings College Coach Tony Harper said. "Kind of shows our guys that we need to come out and play for sixty minutes and not cost and take your foot off the gas pedal. So, we are going to have a lot of things to work on this next week."

The Broncos host Concordia University next Saturday, Sept. 21 at Lloyd Wilson Field. Kickoff set for 1 p.m. CT.