Week 7 Roundup: Fenwick surprises Alter, New Miami moves to 7-0

Madison’s Gabe Higgs carries the football defended by Carlisle’s Jayden Sweeney during their game Friday night, Oct. 11, 2019 at Laughlin Field in Carlisle. Madison won 26-16. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

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Madison’s Gabe Higgs carries the football defended by Carlisle’s Jayden Sweeney during their game Friday night, Oct. 11, 2019 at Laughlin Field in Carlisle. Madison won 26-16. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

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.

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.

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.

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.

Madison 26, Carlisle 14: The visiting Mohawks rallied from a 14-7 halftime deficit with 19 second-half points to move to 4-3, 3-1. The Indians fell to 1-6, 1-2.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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