BRUNSWICK — Hamilton’s Jeffrey Hopsicker threw a 41-yard touchdown pass to classmate Joe Jensen with 5:16 remaining in the fourth quarter to give the host 1-3 Continentals a 14-13 comeback win over 1-3 Bowdoin on Saturday.

Bowdoin was led by 84 yards from tailback Zach Donnarumma, who carried the ball 27 times. Quarterback Thomas Romero went 18- 35 for 206 yards and a touchdown while David Black led the Polar Bear receivers with five catches for 71 yards. Defensively, Tom Wells had nine tackles, including two for a loss, and a forced fumble for Bowdoin. Jon Fraser had nine tackles and an interception.

After a mostly scoreless opening period, Bowdoin used an impressive drive late in the first half to get on the scoreboard. Taking over at their own 18 with 5:15 to go, the Polar Bears converted on four third-downs, the last of which saw Romero toss a 33-yard touchdown strike to Ken Skon to give the visitors a 7-0 lead at halftime. The catch was the first of Skon’s collegiate career.

Hamilton answered with a five-play, 72-yard drive to open the third quarter, capped by a 26- yard strike from Jordan Eck to Simon Jia.

Bowdoin regained the lead early in the fourth quarter when Jimmy Garvey nailed a 31-yard field goal.