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St. Paul Dismantles Chetopa to Stay Perfect

ST. PAUL, Kan. – St. Paul hosted Three Rivers League rival Chetopa on Friday night. The St. Paul Indians came into the game looking to continue their quest to repeat as the Three Rivers League 8-Man Champions. The Indians did just that, throttling the Hornets 48-0 in a game that ended at halftime by way of the 8-Man mercy rule.

The Indians rushed the ball for over 200 yards as an offense, while also posting a total of 5 rushing touchdowns. The other touchdown came from their lone passing completion of the night, a 28 yard strike from Senior quarterback Braven Born to fellow Senior Brendan Doherty.

Running back Albert Albertini led the Indians rushing attack, accounting for over 140 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns.

St. Paul improves to 2-0 (2-0 in the TRL) on the season, while Chetopa drops to 0-2 (0-2 in the TRL).

The St. Paul Indians will look to stay perfect next week as they host the Frankfort Wildcats in a non-league contest. While the Chetopa Hornets will travel to take on win-less Altoona-Midway in a Three Rivers League contest.

Note: St. Paul and Marmaton Valley are currently tied for first in the Three Rivers League 8-Man division with both sitting at 2-0 overall (and 2-0 in the TRL). They are slated to meet head to head in Marmaton Valley on Friday, October 13.

David Bradbury
David Bradbury, a 19 year-old KSHSAA basketball referee and sports journalist, is currently a full-time student at Allen Community College. Born in Fort Scott, Kansas and raised in Uniontown, Kansas, David grew up with a passion for all things sports. David graduated from Uniontown High School in 2017. While in high school, David earned All-State honors in basketball and All-League honors in baseball. David has been a lifetime fan of the Kansas City Chiefs and Kansas City Royals. A devout Christian, David notes that his faith in Jesus Christ is the most important aspect in his life. When he has down time, you can find David enjoying the company of his family, friends, and dog.
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