Tonawanda News


October 5, 2012

NT and Tonawanda looking for second win this weekend


Tonawanda News — The Bulldogs will have to find a way to slow down Spartans running back Evan Majewski and company to pull the upset — even if their offense is able to get back on track. 

Timon at O’Hara,

2 p.m. Saturday

Coming off a 35-0 shutout loss to St. Joe’s, O’Hara set out to make a statement in Week 5 and it did just that.

Quarterback Anthony DiFrancesco ran for three touchdowns, running back Kyree Carter added two more on the ground and the Hawks mangled University Prep of Rochester, 49-30.

Back in Section IV action this week, the Hawks will hook up with Bishop Timon. The Tigers are 3-2 and have won two straight, including a 28-21 win over St. Mary’s last week. 

The Hawks fell to St. Mary’s 40-18 earlier this season. To knock off the Tigers, O’Hara will need DiFrancesco and Carter to control the clock on the ground and the team must protect the football.

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