[Gary E Duncan Sr for Shaw Media]
The Wolves had allowed six points all year, a total Oswego surpassed in 10 minutes Friday.
Nico Goodwin kicked a 27-yard field goal, and Fomby caught a 20-yard touchdown pass from Parker.
"First of all, Fomby is a good receiver, they have a solid offensive line that buys their quarterback time," Oswego East coach Tyson LeBlanc said, "and we have to do a better job of putting our kids in position to make plays. They did a good job of moving Fomby around, and makes it harder to bracket him and cover him the way we wanted to, and Lemke is a good receiver too."
Fomby and Lemke, indeed, seemed to run free throughout Friday's first half.
Fomby, who had seven catches for 137 yards in the first half, hauled in a 33-yard pass on the right sideline on Oswego's first scoring drive.