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ESM breaks skid, routs New Hartford

Bishop Grimes falls to 1-3 after loss to Onondaga

Tyler Carbonaro had success throwing the ball, completing 16 of 22 passes for 245 points, going to either Evans (five catches, 118 yards) or Makur Madding (four catches, 119 yards) to set up great scoring chances.

OCS kept turning Grimes back, though, and made its own magic behind running back Nathan Smart, who burned up the Cobras for 201 yards on just 15 carries.

More importantly, the Tigers were able to finish off drives that Grimes could not. Smart scored twice in the first half, on runs of eight and 13 yards, while Jake Russell had a one-yard plunge3, all of which put the Cobras behind 21-0 at the break.

Any hope of a rally vanished in the third quarter, when OCS quarterback Drew Stefanski completed just one of his two passes - and it went to Tyler Wilson for a 76-yard TD reception. The Tigers' defense prevented anything until the game was well out of reach.

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