UNIONTOWN, Kan. -- Undefeated St. Paul was just simply the better team in Chad Stroud's assessment as his Uniontown squad lost to the Indians 52-6 in Three Rivers League eight-man football Friday night.
"Our kids came out with a lot of emotion early, scoring on the second play of
the game on a 50-yard run by Garrett Murrow," Stroud said. "We just seemed to be drained of energy soon after that.
"We got beat by a very good football team tonight. St. Paul was much more physical than we were and dominated the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball."
The Indians (3-0 TRL, 4-0 overall) led 32-0 at the half. Uniontown fell to 0-3 in league play and have only one victory on the field this season.
St. Paul gained 424 of its 463 total yards on the ground. Uniontown ran for 124 of its 182 total yards as Murrow finished with 102 yards on the night.
Joe Barbosa made 13 tackles for the Eagles. Gavin Miller added 10.
The Eagles travel to Marmaton Valley, the league's other unbeaten team, next Friday.