Area football roundup: Huelskamp ties records in Anna’s 41-13 win over Parkway


Fort Loramie secures at least a share of CCC title

By Bryant Billing - bbilling@sidneydailynews.com



Anna's Bart Bixler runs during a Midwest Athletic Conference game against Parkway on Friday in Anna.

Anna's Bart Bixler runs during a Midwest Athletic Conference game against Parkway on Friday in Anna.


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Anna fans cheer during a Midwest Athletic Conference game against Parkway on Friday in Anna.


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Anna junior quarterback Bart Bixler runs during a Midwest Athletic Conference game against Parkway on Friday in Anna.


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Anna's Riley Huelskamp runs during a Midwest Athletic Conference game against Parkway on Friday in Anna. Huelskamp ran for three touchdowns and is now tied for first all time in school history for single season and career rushing touchdowns.


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Week 9 Area Football Scores

Vandalia-Butler 27, Sidney 9 | Game article

Anna 51, Parkway 13

Fort Loramie 57, National Trail 6

Lehman Catholic 21, Lima Perry 14 | Game article

Minster 32, Versailles 0

New Bremen 36, Delphos St. John’s 14

Riverside 49, Ridgemont 0

ANNA — Anna built a four-touchdown lead by the end of the first quarter and cruised to a 41-13 Midwest Athletic Conference win over Parkway on Friday.

Riley Huelskamp scored on a 3-yard touchdown run in the third quarter to give the Rockets a 34-0 lead. It was his third rushing TD of the night and ties him for two Anna records. He’s now tied in single-season rushing touchdowns (21) and career rushing TDs (34).

Huelskamp will look to become the sole record holder in both categories next Saturday when Anna closes out regular-season play at Delphos St. John’s (2-7, 1-6).

The Rockets (7-2, 6-1 MAC) had 416 yards of offense while the Panthers (1-8, 1-6) managed 176.

Bart Bixler ran for a 31-yard touchdown and a 5-yard touchdown in the first quarter to put Anna up 14-0, then Huelskamp scored on runs of 3 and 15 yards to boost the lead to 27-0.

Hayden Davies finished the Rockets’ scoring in the fourth quarter with an 80-yard run.

Huelskamp finished with 217 rushing yards on 29 carries while Bixler ran for 107 yards on 16 carries. Bixler completed 2-of-5 passes for 4 yards with one interception.

Isaac Lininger had an interception for the Rockets, which are ranked No. 9 in the Associated Press Division V state poll.

Fort Loramie 57, National Trail 6

The Redskins secured at least a share of the Cross County Conference title on Friday with their fifth consecutive lopsided win.

The Redskins (8-1, 7-0 CCC) are the only undefeated CCC team. Covington and Ansonia have one conference loss each — both at the hands of Fort Loramie, which is ranked No. 5 in the AP Div. VII state poll.

Fort Loramie has won its last four conference games by at least 44 points. They’ll try to keep the streak going next Friday when they return home and face Tri-County North (6-3, 5-2), which lost 42-0 to Miami East on Friday.

Nick Brandewie scored on a 1-yard touchdown with 7:42 left in the first quarter on Friday, but National Trail scored late in the first quarter to cut the lead to one.

It didn’t stay close for long. Devin Wehrman returned the resulting kickoff to the 10-yard line, then Collin Moore threw a touchdown pass to CJ Billing on the next play.

Max Hoying scored a short touchdown run and Moore scored two rushing touchdowns in the second quarter to give Fort Loramie a 36-6 halftime lead.

No statistics were reported.

Minster 32, Versailles 0

Minster built an 18-0 lead by halftime en route to a big win over the Tigers in a home MAC game on Friday.

Alex Schmitmeyer scored on a 29-yard run in the first quarter, then Jacob Niemeyer threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to August Boehnlein and a 4-yard TD pass to Jack Heitbrink late in the second quarter to boost the lead to 18-0. The extra points on all three TDs were no good.

Schmitmeyer scored a 79-yard run and Niemeyer threw a 33-yard touchdown pass to Brendan Bornhorst in the third quarter to finish the team’s scoring — and Bryan Falk made extra points after each TD.

Schmitmeyer ran for 166 yards on 18 carries. Niemeyer completed 15-of-21 passes for 169 yards. Mike Ketner led the receiving corps with seven receptions for 79 yards.

The Wildcats had 383 yards of offense, while Versailles had 155.

Ryan Martin led Versailles with 50 rushing yards on 12 carries and completed 12-of-24 passes for 83 yards with one interception.

Noah Enneking led Minster with 5.5 tackles, while Boehnlein had 4.5, including two for loss. Schmitmeyer had one interception.

Minster (6-3, 4-3 MAC) will host New Bremen to finish regular-season play on Friday before beginning playoff action.

Versailles (2-7, 1-6) will finish its season when it travels to Fort Recovery.

New Bremen 36, Delphos St. John’s 14

The Cardinals ran away in the second half of a home MAC game on Friday.

New Bremen led 15-7 at halftime and scored one touchdown in the third quarter and two in the fourth to turn the game into a lopsided win.

The Cardinals (6-3, 4-3) have won three consecutive MAC games and will finish regular-season play on Friday at Minster. New Bremen can clinch a playoff berth with a win, though Drew Pasteur’s Fantastic50.net gives them a 64 percent chance at a postseason berth with a loss.

Ryan Bertke hit a 29-yard field goal early in the second quarter, then Mitchell Hays threw a 30-yard touchdown pass to Bryce Blickle with 3:34 left, which increased New Bremen’s lead to 9-0 after a missed extra point.

Hays then scored on a 6-yard run with 2:02 left in the second quarter, but Delphos St. John’s Jared Wurst threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to Brady Parrish with 29 seconds left to cut the lead to eight points at halftime.

Justin Tenkman scored on a 1-yard run early in the third to boost the lead to 22-7 after a two-point conversion, but Wurst scored on a 1-yard run with 26 seconds left to cut the lead back to eight points.

Nolan Bornhorst scored a 54-yard touchdown run with 11:09 left in the fourth quarter and added a 6-yard TD run with 4:31 left to boost New Bremen’s lead to 36-14.

Riverside 49, Ridgemont 0

Riverside (6-3, 5-1 NWCC) clinched at least a share of the NWCC title with Friday’s demolishing of Ridgemont in De Graff. Now the Pirates will try to win the title outright when they travel to Sidney Memorial Stadium to take on Lehman Catholic on Thursday.

Riverside scored all its points in the first half on Friday. No statistics were reported.

Anna’s Bart Bixler runs during a Midwest Athletic Conference game against Parkway on Friday in Anna.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/10/web1_Anna-v-Parkway-10-19-18-021-8.jpgAnna’s Bart Bixler runs during a Midwest Athletic Conference game against Parkway on Friday in Anna. Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Anna fans cheer during a Midwest Athletic Conference game against Parkway on Friday in Anna.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/10/web1_Anna-v-Parkway-10-19-18-038-8.jpgAnna fans cheer during a Midwest Athletic Conference game against Parkway on Friday in Anna. Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Anna junior quarterback Bart Bixler runs during a Midwest Athletic Conference game against Parkway on Friday in Anna.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/10/web1_Anna-v-Parkway-10-19-18-031-8.jpgAnna junior quarterback Bart Bixler runs during a Midwest Athletic Conference game against Parkway on Friday in Anna. Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Anna’s Riley Huelskamp runs during a Midwest Athletic Conference game against Parkway on Friday in Anna. Huelskamp ran for three touchdowns and is now tied for first all time in school history for single season and career rushing touchdowns.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/10/web1_Anna-v-Parkway-10-19-18-072-8.jpgAnna’s Riley Huelskamp runs during a Midwest Athletic Conference game against Parkway on Friday in Anna. Huelskamp ran for three touchdowns and is now tied for first all time in school history for single season and career rushing touchdowns.Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News
Fort Loramie secures at least a share of CCC title

By Bryant Billing

bbilling@sidneydailynews.com

Week 9 Area Football Scores

Vandalia-Butler 27, Sidney 9 | Game article

Anna 51, Parkway 13

Fort Loramie 57, National Trail 6

Lehman Catholic 21, Lima Perry 14 | Game article

Minster 32, Versailles 0

New Bremen 36, Delphos St. John’s 14

Riverside 49, Ridgemont 0

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Coaches can report results for Sidney Daily News’ daily roundups by sending scores, statistics and comments as soon as possible after games to sidneysports@aimmediamidwest.com.