Osbourne didn't want to get left out of this. The junior running back, quiet so far, tore through Tully's defense on a 63-yard touchdown run that served as an exclamation point just before halftime.
In the third quarter, Osbourne (13 carries for 164 yards) offered one more bit of magic, taking a handoff inside his team's red zone and not stopping until he was in the other end zone 80 yards away. This came after Montgomery returned a punt 45 yards for his second TD of the night.
Ludden is one of three unbeaten teams left in Class C, along with South division rivals Cazenovia and Westmoreland, who will face each other Oct. 18.
Going for its 18th straight win, the Gaelic Knights, all but assured of a Class C playoff spot, will visit Jordan-Elbridge at 7 p.m. J-E won its opener over Tully, but has since lost four straight, including a narrow 34-32 decision to LaFayette last weekend.