Archive - Oct 5, 2013 - Sports Article
CELINA — The St. Marys football team watched its hopes of an upset against Celina slip out of its hands and then run away late.
Celina exploded for 35 second-half points to pull away in the Battle of Grand Lake St. Marys 49-23 at Celina Stadium on Friday night.
The Bulldogs stay in the thick of the Division III playoff race and within a game of Western Buckeye League leader Kenton.
A look at high school football action from around the area on Friday night:
MINSTER 41, ANNA 34
MINSTER— Minster pulled off a dramatic 41-34 win over the Anna Rockets.
Eli Wolf ripped apart the Rocket defense for four touchdowns, two two-point conversions and an interception on the Minster two-yard line sealing the victory.
Western Buckeye League
Bath 27, Van Wert 13
Celina 49, St. Marys 23
Wapakoneta 52, Defiance 7
Elida 19, Shawnee 12
Kenton 34, Ottawa-Glandorf 10
Midwest Athletic Conference
Minster 41, Anna 34
Coldwater 35, St. Henry 6
Ft. Recovery 24, New Bremen 6
Versailles 38 Parkway 14