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Roundup: Farmington rolls past E.O. Smith in season opener

FARMINGTON, Sept. 14 – Ivan Guadalupe ran for a team-high 95 yards and two touchdowns as Farmington won its season opening contest Friday night with a 28-6 decision over visiting E.O. Smith. The Indians led 12-6 at halftime but shutout the Panthers in the second half. Guadalupe ran for his second TD of the game and QB Jeremy Buck iced the contest with a two-yard run in the fourth quarter.

In his first varsity start, Buck completed 11-of-19 passes for 139 yards and one interception. Anthony Carpenter pulled down four passes for 57 yards while Kenny Jones had three catches for 59 yards.

Farmington 28, E.O. Smith 6
At Farmington
E.O. Smith (0-1)         0  6  0  0  — 6
Farmington (1-0)         6  6  10  6  — 28
First quarter
F: Mitchell Berlandy 5 run (run fails)
Second quarter
F: Ivan Guadalupe 1 run (pass failed)
EOS: Anthony Dignoti 15 pass from Kodey Duplissie (run fails)
Third quarter
F: Guadalupe 4 run (Jeremy Buck run)
F: Safety
Fourth quarter
F: Buck 2 run (pass fails)
Individual statistics
PASSING: Jeremy Buck (F) 11-19-1, 139
RUSHING: Mitchell Berlandy 5-24, Jeremy Buck 11-52, Colin Grattan 3-8, Ivan Guadalupe 18-95, Kenny Jones 4-23. Totals 41-202, 4 TDs
RECEIVING: Mitchell Berlandy 2-6, Anthony Carpenter 4-57, Ivan Guadalupe 2-17, Kenny Jones 3-59

Enfield 34, Granby 0
ENFIELD, Sept. 14 – Enfield limited Granby to just 54 yards of offense in a 34-0 victory on Friday night. Enfield had three sacks and two interceptions. Offensively, Lukasz Kluk and Avery Boissy (20-156 rushing) each ran for two TDs for the Raiders.

Enfield 34, Granby 0
At Enfield
Granby (0-1)            0  0  0  0  — 0
Enfield (1-0)            6  21  0  7  — 34
First quarter
E: Sean Gill 47 pass from Kyle Maynard (kick fails)
Second quarter
E: Lukasz Kluk 7 run (Anthony Trotta kick)
E: Avery Boissy 47 run (Trotta kick)
E: Boissy 2 run (Trotta kick)
Fourth quarter
E: Kluk 15 run (Trotta kick)

Morgan 40, Lewis Mills 6
CLINTON, Sept. 14 — The Huskies got their season off to a good start with a dominating victory at home in Clinton.


Gerry deSimas, Jr., is the editor and founder of The Collinsville Press. He is an award-winning writer and has been covering sports in Connecticut and New England for more than 30 years. He was inducted into the New England High School Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2018.

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