I am not an Ohio attorney but if this is anything like Virginia, DC, or MD, you file the Motion for Stay of Execution after the judgment has been entered.
Check your local appeal procedures, but appeal is probably a multi-step process with several deadlines longer than fourteen days. I don't think you would need to draft a full appeal and the motion for stay in just two weeks. Consult the Ohio rules and an Ohio attorney familiar with appeals.
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