St. Paul outlasts Southern Coffey County

Keaton Kennedy runs the ball which would result in a 20-yard touchdown run Friday night as the Indians dominated the field. -Photo Courtesy: Sean Frye

By: Aaron Pyle

            In their last matchup, the Indians pummeled the Marmaton Valley Wildcats 62-14 in a conference matchup. With that win, the Indians share the Three Rivers League championship with the Oswego Indians who have been hot this season.

In this season alone, the Indians have outscored opponents 406-168.

Firday night, the Indians faced off against the Southern Coffey County Titans who came into the game with a 5-2 overall record.

Southern Coffey would have control for most of the contest holding a 24-16 lead before halftime.

But the Indians weren’t afraid of the Titans as St. Paul had an offensive outpoor in the second half scoring 30 points as Coffey County was only allowed 12.

The Indians would go on to outlast the Titans in their non-conference district matchup 46-36.

St. Paul currently resides as the #1 seed in the playoffs were they fill face #4 seed Hartford (3-5) Thursday, October 25 in St. Paul.