Coy Fullmer rushed for 134 yards and a touchdown to help lead Anderson to a 24-15 victory over Akins on Friday.

The Trojans went into halftime trailing 12-10, but outscored the Eagles 14-3 with a punishing ground-based attack in the second half.

Anderson struck first, driving the length of the field, mostly from the Wildcat formation, to score on a Tyler Givens 6-yard touchdown run.

Fullmer scored the go-ahead touchdown on the Trojans’ opening drive in the third quarter.

After an Akins field goal cut the Anderson lead to 17-15, the Trojans answered with another lengthy drive capped by a 4-yard quarterback keeper from Carsten Groos.

The Eagles’ next drive was snuffed out when Anderson defensive back Kameron Langford tracked down an Akins pass in the end zone and came up with an interception. The Trojans played keep away and drained the last seven minutes off the clock to finish the game.

Nick Cagle led the Akins offense with 145 yards and a touchdown on the ground to go with 86 yards passing.