Colt Bradshaw took a handoff up the middle 49 yards for a score with two minutes to play as Fenwick stunned Alter 26-14 in high school football action on Friday.
The victory is Fenwick’s first in the series since 2015 and it marks a second consecutive loss for Alter following a 42-7 setback to Badin last week.
David Schuh and Bradshaw each had a TD run in the first half to help Fenwick move ahead 14-0 heading into the break.
Alter got on the board in the third quarter on a one-yard Kale Steneman run but Schuh answered early in the fourth with a short TD run for Fenwick to go ahead 20-7.
Brian Shane hit Seth Morris on a 25-yard touchdown pass to pull Alter within one score with 2:45 to play, but Bradshaw’s long run sealed the win for Fenwick.
Fenwick improved to 4-3 and 2-0 in the Greater Catholic League Co-Ed; Alter dropped to 4-3 and 0-2.
Anna 53, Fort Recovery 19: Riley Huelskamp racked up 279 yards on the ground off of 21 carries with four touchdowns and Bart Bixler tossed three touchdowns and ran in two more to pace Anna, which improved to 6-1. Huelskamp also became Anna’s all-time leading rusher at 4,137 yards. Gavin Thobe caught a TD and ran for another for Fort Recovery.
Arcanum 62, Tri-County North 27: Cory Ross exploded for seven rushing touchdowns in helping unbeaten Arcanum cruise to a 7-0 record.
Ben Logan 42, Urbana 20: Tanner Perkins connected with Kaidin Whitrock on a pair of touchdown passes in the first quarter and Whitrock later returned a punt 82 yards for a score to lead Ben Logan. Logan Johnson ran for two touchdowns for Urbana and Aaron Norris added a kickoff return for a score.
Chaminade Julienne 17, Badin 3: Quincy Johnson put CJ on the board with a short touchdown run and Ryan Minor broke the game open with a 93-yard TD run in the second quarter. CJ improved to 6-1 and 2-0 in conference play.
Clinton-Massie 49, Western Brown 0: Kody Zantene threw a TD and ran in another, Brendan Lamb added three TD runs and Clinton-Massie cruised to a win.
Coldwater 49, Delphos St. John’s 0: Jake Hemmelgarn put unbeaten Coldwater ahead early with two touchdown scrambles in the first quarter. Hemmelgarn added three TD passes and one more TD run as Coldwater put the game away in the second.
Colerain 17, Hamilton 3: Erik Rios drilled a 40-yard field goal to bring Hamilton within one score, but Deshawn Pace’s 43-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter put the game away for Colerain. Keyshawn Stephens had 106 yards rushing in a losing effort for Hamilton.
Fairbanks 26, West Liberty-Salem 20: Trevor Woodruff tossed two touchdowns in the second half and Isaiah McGill added a 51-yard TD run but the rally effort ran out of time and WLS fell to 6-1.
Fairfield 37, Princeton 13: Jutahn McClain totaled 197 yards rushing with three scores, two in the second half as Fairfield scored 27 unanswered points to close the game and remain unbeaten.
Fort Loramie 47, Tri-Village 6: Fort Loramie rattled off a sixth straight win after an opening week loss to Minster. Nate Meyer put up three touchdown runs in the first half to lead the way.
Greenville 7, West Carrollton 0: Tyler Beyke’s first quarter touchdown throw to Marcus Wood was the lone score. Greenville improved to 5-2 and 4-1 in conference play.
Lakota East 41, Oak Hills 0: Charlie Kenrich and Josh Thornhill each went over 100 yards rushing and Lakota East tallied over 400 rushing yards on the night to improve to 4-3.
Lakota West 14, Mason 6: David Afari rumbled for 183 yards and both Lakota West touchdowns to help West improve to 5-2 and 4-1 in conference.
Mechanicsburg 44, Triad 7: Logan Hurst threw a pair of touchdowns to Mack Delong and Chayse Propst ran in two touchdowns to pace Mechanicsburg, which moved to 6-1. Jacob Jenkins returned an interception for a score for Triad.
Minster 45, St. Henry 7: Jacob Niemeyer connected with Trent Roetgerman on three touchdowns to pace Minster, which moved to 6-1.
Mississinawa Valley 22, Bethel 20: Mississinawa Valley rallied from a two-score deficit in the fourth quarter, completing a two-point conversion late to pull ahead and win a fourth consecutive game.
New Bremen 40, Parkway 18: Mitchell Hays threw two touchdown passes to Dan Homan and ran in a third to lead New Bremen. Wyatt Dicke, Trevor Bergman and Kyle Tenkman added one rushing score apiece.
New Miami 40, MVCA 0: Unbeaten New Miami jumped ahead early, scoring 26 points in the first quarter. Trey Robinette connected with Deanza Duncan on two long touchdowns and Duncan also hauled in a pair of interceptions to lead the way.
Northmont 49, Lebanon 26: Keaton Kesling finished 22-of-35 for 371 yards and four touchdowns to help Northmont snap a three-game losing skid. Michael Franklin scored a pair of rushing touchdowns and Jazz Keys caught two TD throws from Kesling as Northmont jumped out to a 28-7 lead at the half. Ethan Marsh led Lebanon with 212 yards passing and four touchdowns, including three by Blake Lamb.
Northridge 12, Oakwood 6: Shawn Shehee rushed in a pair of short touchdown runs to help Northridge improve to 6-1. Billy Boucuvalas kicked two field goals for Oakwood.
Northwestern 20, Indian Lake 14: Ben VanNoord ran in all three touchdowns for Northwestern, tallying 211 yards on the ground on 31 carries. Northwestern improved to 4-3 and 2-0 in conference play.
Ross 41, Northwest 18: C.J. Boze piled up 197 yards on the ground with one TD and Jackson Gifford added 181 yards rushing with three touchdowns to help Ross improve to 6-1.
Sycamore 15, Middletown 0: Middletown was held to 105 yards of offense on the night, dropping a sixth consecutive game to fall to 1-6.
Talawanda 24, Mount Healthy 6: Deondre Bothast-Revalee rushed in all three touchdowns for Talawanda, finishing with 142 yards on 19 carries. Talawanda moved to 5-2.
Tippecanoe 28, Stebbins 19: Cade Beam ran for 213 yards and Jackson Subler added another 130 yards on the ground with two touchdowns apiece to pace Tippecanoe. Nate Keller ran in two touchdowns and Marvelous Rutledge one for Stebbins, which dropped to 1-6 after an week one victory.
Trotwood 26, Miamisburg 6: Hezekiah Hudson-Davis and Cooper Stewart each had a rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter to help Trotwood seal the win. Stewart finished with two rushing scores and one TD pass and Hudson-Davis had 146 yards on the ground. Trotwood moved to 6-1 and 3-0 in conference play.
Troy 19, Sidney 7: Kevin Walter racked up 216 rushing yards with two touchdowns and Brayden Siler threw a 24-yard TD pass to Josh Mayfield to help Troy move to 6-1 and 5-0 in conference play.
Wapakoneta 27, Lima Bath 3: The win marked the 500th in program history for Wapakoneta.
Wayne 63, Beavercreek 20: Cam Fancher was a perfect 10-for-10 with 279 yards and three touchdowns, Austin Mullins hauled in seven catches for 224 yards with two scores and Jah’rod Lankford added seven carries for 107 yards with two touchdowns to lead Wayne. Elijah Howard had two rushing TDs for ‘Creek.
Xenia 21, Piqua 7: Kevin Johnson scored a pair of rushing touchdowns and Andrew Pollender added 146 yards on the ground for Xenia, which moved to 6-1 and 4-0 in conference play. Caron Coleman scored the lone TD for Piqua.
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