Football roundup: Anna loses 37-7 to Coldwater, Fort Loramie loses 28-12 at Columbus Academy


ANNA — Anna couldn’t keep up in a Midwest Athletic Conference game and lost 37-7 to Coldwater on Friday at Booster Field.

The Cavaliers scored 15 points in each the first and second quarters to take a 30-0 halftime lead; the entire second half was played with a running clock.

Coldwater had 372 yards of offense; Anna had 114.

Anna junior quarterback Alex Shappie completed 9-of-21 passes for 86 yards with one TD. Aaron Shappie was held to 27 rushing yards on 13 carries. Noah Aufderhaar caught four passes for 55 yards, including an 8-yard TD pass from Alex Shappie with 1:39 left in the fourth quarter.

Coldwater’s Baylen Blockberger completed 13-of-19 passes for 275 yards and four touchdowns. Mason Welsch caught four passes for 113 yards and one TD, AJ Harlamert caught four passes for 91 yards and one TD and Braylen Harlamert caught four passes for 45 yards and two TDs.

Nolan Howell recovered a fumble for the Rockets (2-2, 1-1 MAC).

Anna is scheduled to travel to Minster (3-1, 1-1) this Friday.

Columbus Academy 28, Fort Loramie 12

The Redskins stayed close early, but Columbus Academy gradually pulled away to win on Friday in Gahanna.

Fort Loramie scored on the game’s opening possession when Will Holland ran in from 2 yards out. The extra point was missed, but the Redskins led 6-0.

The Vikings tied it 6-6 after a 7-yard TD pass from Jack Yeoman to Justin Alpert late in the second quarter. They took a 14-6 lead midway through the third after a botched Fort Loramie punt attempt set up a short drive that ended with a 10-yard TD pass from Yeoman to Harmon Gouhin.

Fort Loramie responded with a long drive that was capped by a 14-yard TD reception by Holland, which cut the deficit to 14-12 after a failed two-point conversion.

But the Vikings scored less than two minutes later on a 13-yard run by Alpert to take a 21-12 lead early in the fourth, then added another TD on a 15-yard run by Greyson Thomas late in the quarter.

Columbus Academy had 287 yards of offense while Fort Loramie had 230.

Max Maurer completed 17-of-28 passes for 210 yards with one TD and one interception. Carter Eilerman caught five passes for 65 yards and Cole Barhorst caught three passes for 63 yards. Holland ran for 59 yards on 13 carries and caught two passes for 23 yards. Thomas Hoying led the squad with five tackles.

Fort Loramie (1-3) is scheduled to host Dayton Meadowdale (1-3) this Friday.

Milton-Union 51, Lehman Catholic 34

The Bulldogs beat the Cavaliers in a Three Rivers Conference opener on Thursday at Sidney Memorial Stadium.

Read about the game here.

Coaches can report results for Sidney Daily News’ daily roundups by sending scores, statistics and comments as soon as possible after games to [email protected].

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