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Uniontown gains first victory, 40-30

Saturday, September 10, 2011

UNIONTOWN, Kan. -- Zach Travis rushed for 128 yards and three scores here Friday night as Uniontown avoided a second consecutive 0-2 start with a 40-30 victory over Three Rivers League rival Oswego. Both teams are 1-1.

The score was tied 22-22 after three quarters but Uniontown outscored Oswego 18-8 in the fourth.

The Indians turned the ball over four times and committed nine penalties for 88 yards. Uniontown lost the ball twice but was penalized just three times for 20 yards.

The Eagles had 268 yards in total offense, 245 of that on the ground. Oswego finished with 185 yards rushing and 116 passing for a total of 301.

Jordan Woods added 90 yards rushing for Uniontown and scored once. Defensively, Max Labbe led with 10 tackles, Robert Kuns 9 and Jay Hierholzer had 8.

The Eagles travel to Eureka Friday night.


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Zach, Dude you played awesome! You were like everywhere....looks like someone ate their Wheaties Friday morning!!!

-- Posted by L Harvey Oswald on Sat, Sep 10, 2011, at 4:49 PM


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