By Sara Habedank
WYOMING, Ohio -- Going into Friday’s game, Taylor was undefeated and had allowed only one touchdown.
But Wyoming put together a game-long parade into the end zone vs. the Yellow Jackets in a 54-12 win at Bob Lewis Stadium.
“Our offense did a good job of establishing the run, which opened up some passing plays for us later in the game,” Wyoming coach Aaron Hancock said.
Taylor was first on the board tonight with a 1-yard touchdown, but that lead didn’t last long.
Eight seconds later, Will Marty threw a 35-yard touchdown pass to Dominic Vamosi, his first of two TD receptions on the night.
Terrell Dailey, who also caught two touchdown passes, caught a 15-yard TD from Marty.
Marty also ran for a score before halftime. Oliver Reinecke helped ice the game with 64- and 17-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter.
A demoralizing Taylor fumble was recovered by Wyoming’s Griffin O’Gara, who took the ball in for a touchdown.
“I just saw the ball and ran for the end zone as fast as I could”, O’Gara said.
The last time these teams met was on Oct. 5, 2012. Wyoming that meeting as well by a much slimmer margin, 28-27.
“We don’t talk about the past, we just move forward and will be thinking about Reading next week,” Hanock said.
Wyoming is now 3-2 overall, earning all three wins at home. The Cowboys will travel to Reading next week, a team that is also 3-2. Kickoff is 7 p.m.
Taylor will host 3-2 Mariemont.
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