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Granby Bears Football Statistical Summary: Granby 42, Stafford/East Windsor 18

Granby Bears Football moves to 4-4 on the season with home win over Stafford/East Windsor

The Granby Bears football team is now 4-4 after getting its fourth win of the season at home, defeating the Stafford/East Windsor co-op team by a score of 42-18.

Granby put up a total of 448 yards on offense.

Quarterback Curt Field was 16 of 24 for 290 yards and passed for 4 touchdowns with 1 INT. He connected for 2 touchdown passes to Ian Downey (56 yards and 42 yards) and Caleb McMullin (2 yards and 20 yards).

Ben Marlor led the team in rushing with 145 yards on 16 carries. He also added another 84 yards on 3 kick-off returns.

Ian Downey led the receiving corps with 139 yards on 6 receptions. In addition to his two touchdown receptions he had an extra point conversion via a reception and he made 2 PATs.

On the defensive side of the ball, Thomas Ullmann led the team with 11 tackles. McMullin (9 tackles, 1.5 sack), Stephen Blake (7 tackles, 1 interception) Jake Largay (7 tackles, .5 sack) and Austin Rafoss (9 tackles, .5 sack) were also factors on defense, keeping up the pressure on Stafford/East Windsor. Two Freshman, Dominic Pagano (8 tackles, 1 INT) and Connor Field (7 tackles, 1 INT) also contributed significantly to the defensive effort. They each had key interceptions with significant returns, Pagano 65 yards, and Field 68 yards.

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