ARMA, Kan. -- Uniontown won its second consecutive game Friday night, routing Northeast-Arma 52-0 here in a battle of Three Rivers League schools.
The Eagles (2-3) scored 19 points in the first quarter and scored 33 more in the second.
"Our defense set the tone early in the game forcing a turnover on their first series," Uniontown head coach Chad Stroud said. "Our offense took advantage of a short field."
Uniontown rushed for 333 yards on 38 rushes. Northeast (0-5) had just 79 yards in total offense.
Jordan Woods rushed for 164 yards for the Eagles and scored 4 times. Garrett Murrow gained 98 yards and scored twice.
"For the second week in a row, our offensive line dominated the game physically," Stroud said. "Josh Beerbower, Tyler Hall, Matt Maloney, Max Labbe, and Mitchell Newman all played very well."
Defensively, Jay Hierholzer made 9 tackles, Brenton Esslinger 7 and Labbe 6. Labbe and Woods each intercepted passes. Ty Clayton had 2 sacks.
Uniontown defeated Joplin McAuley, also on the road, last week for its first victory. After being outscored 116-20 in their first three games, the Eagles have outscored their last two opponents 79-0.
Northeast has scored just 6 points this season while surrendering 298.
Uniontown will try to gain its first home victory of the season when it hosts Kansas City Christ Prep next Friday.