CINCINNATI - The Colerain Cardinals continued their perfect season on Friday night as they demolished the Fairfield Indians 65-6 and handed them their sixth straight loss.
Colerain (8-0, 5-0) dominated Fairfield (2-6, 0-5) the entire game. The Cardinals put up 21 points in the first quarter and failed to score less than 13 during the final three. In just twelve attempts, Colerain QB Alfred Ramsby averaged 24.3 yards with his eight completions and posted 292 yards along with five touchdown passes to four different Colerain receivers. A whopping ten Cardinals combined for 338 yards as senior running back Tevin Ware lead the way with 131 yards and a touchdown of his own in just nine attempts.
The Indians’ only points were scored by K/QB Ryan Nuss as he completed two field goal attempts during the first half of the game. On the ground, Fairfield was only able to accumulate 25 yards all night and in the air just 48. They were outscored 38-6 in the first half and if that wasn’t enough, they failed to score during the second half as Colerain posted another 27 points.
Next week Colerain will attempt to notch their ninth straight win against Lakota West at home, who will be looking to do the same. Both GMC teams are 8-0 on the season. Fairfield will travel to play Lakota East (3-2).
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