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2018-10-10 / Sports

Deposit/Hancock Gridders Down Bainbridge-Guilford, 42-30


LOOKING FOR YARDS — D/H’s Dominic Wormuth carries the ball during his team’s win Friday. 
Benjamin Patton/The Reporter LOOKING FOR YARDS — D/H’s Dominic Wormuth carries the ball during his team’s win Friday. Benjamin Patton/The Reporter BAINBRIDGE — The host Bainbridge-Guilford football struck first in Friday’s game with Deposit/Hancock. Alan Terzo took the opening kick 87 yards for a touchdown, but the conversion failed.

That was the only scoring in the first quarter, but things got lively in the second stanza. D/H quarterback Tyler Santamaria went into the end zone from a yard out, and Tom Letosky ran for two points to give the Eagles an 8-6 lead. Letosky then intercepted a B-G pass and ran in from 16 yards and the visitors went ahead, 14-6. The home forces struck back when quarterback Evan Hyzer passed to Hadien Burns for a six-yard touchdown and Nick Petrutoni ran for the extra points, creating a 14-14 score. Hyzer then intercepted a Santamaria pass and went into the end zone for six, and Petrutoni again tacked on the two points and the Bobcats led, 22-14. The visitors came back with a Santamaria pass to Ethan Hunt for 81 yards, and James Bowie ran for the conversion, and at the half, the teams were tied at 22- 22.


EARLY SCORE — B-G’s Alan Terzo returns the game’s opening kickoff for a touchdown, while D/H’s Ray Rynearson pursues in Friday’s game. 
Benjamin Patton/The Reporter EARLY SCORE — B-G’s Alan Terzo returns the game’s opening kickoff for a touchdown, while D/H’s Ray Rynearson pursues in Friday’s game. Benjamin Patton/The Reporter D/H took the lead to stay in the third quarter when Santamaria ran for a touchdown, and Bowie ran in for the two points to make the score 30-22. Dominic Wormuth scored on a punt return in the fourth quarter, but the conversion failed, making the score 36-22. The lead grew to 42-22 when River Burgess ran seven yards to paydirt, and again the conversion was no good.

B-G got its final score on a one-yard run by Hyzer, and two-point conversion by Terzo, and the final score was 42-30 in favor of the Eagles.

Bowie continued his strong running, and garnered 211 yards on 25 carries. The team finished with 377 rushing yards and 65 passing yards for a total yardage of 442.


COMING THROUGH — D/H’s James Bowie carries the ball while teammate Lucas Resti looks to block B-G’s Garrett Ives in the game on Friday. 
Benjamin Patton/The Reporter COMING THROUGH — D/H’s James Bowie carries the ball while teammate Lucas Resti looks to block B-G’s Garrett Ives in the game on Friday. Benjamin Patton/The Reporter Santamaria completed four of seven passes and also rushed nine times for 54 yards. He hooked up with Letosky for a 36-yard pass, found Hunt twice for 18 yards and Ray Rynearson once for 11 yards. Wormuth had 46 yards on seven rushes, Burgess rushed seven times for 36 yards and Letosky got 30 yards on two carries.

The Bobcats got just 110 total yards in the game, 98 for passing on fivefor

17, and 12 yards on 32 carries.

“We need to continue improving every day,” remarked

D/H Head

Coach Butch

Wormuth. “The guys ere happy with the win but not satisfied with where we are. They were a bit upset with how sloppy they were, and that seemed to dominate the conversation after the game.”

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