Glass opened the scoring with a five-yard run to the end zone, later darting in from nine yards out, as Lo-Ellen scored all five of their majors on the ground.
Quarterback Adam Favot (nine-yard run), Cid Rios-Nadeau (two yards) and Colin Barnes (three yards) also recorded TDs, with Pierce Wallingford converting on four of his six attempts.
CND trailed 13-1 at the half after a 37-yard field goal attempt from Matteo Vigna sailed wide, but added a pair of second-half touchdowns as pivot Dan Lamoureux hooked up with Vigna on a 27-yard strike, while Mason Watt sprinted in from 40 yards out.
The Knights improved to 4-1-1 with the win, temporarily tied with the Lively Hawks (4-0-1) who now face the St. Benedict Bears (3-2-0).
The Alouettes dropped to 3-3 after starting the season with three straight wins, but will now face St. Benedict Oct. 25 in a battle that will quite likely determine the fourth and final playoff spot.