Yates Center (1-6, 0-1 District) @ Uniontown (4-3, 1-0 District) Yates Center enters week eight on a five game losing streak, in which they have been outscored a combined 265-18. To kick off district play, Yates Center hosted the Colgan Panthers and were defeated 42-0. The Wildcats were riddled with injuries
OSWEGO, Kan. - A Uniontown football team that only suited up a total of twelve players (six freshman, two sophomores, two juniors, and two seniors), used a 22 point surge in the fourth quarter to defeat Three Rivers League rival Oswego, 34-18. Electing to receive the opening kickoff, the Oswego Indians
UNIONTOWN, Kan. - After back-to-back losses, the Uniontown Eagles earned their third victory on the 2017 season here Friday night, defeating Maranatha Academy 34-26. Maranatha Academy took the opening drive of the game 65-yards for a score. Quarterback Nate Burdette threw a touchdown strike to wide receiver Brock West to give
MOUND CITY, Kan. - The Yates Center Wildcats traveled to Jayhawk-Linn Friday night, looking to avenge their 38-0 loss to the Jayhawks from a season ago. However, Jayhawk-Linn would once again get the last laugh, beating the Wildcats 42-6. Jayhawk-Linn scored the games first touchdown, and never looked back from that point
TRL FOOTBALL - WEEK 4 PREVIEW 11-Man Division Yates Center (1-2, 1-0 TRL) @ Jayhawk-Linn (3-0, 2-0 TRL) Last Meeting: Jayhawk-Linn defeated Yates Center 38-0 (2016) After being down 22-0 early in the second quarter against Northern Heights, the Yates Center Wildcats were unable to cut down the deficit, eventually falling 50-12. The Wildcats'
ARMA, Kan. - In a wild game that contained five lead changes and three ties, the Uniontown Eagles would ultimately prevail over the Northeast-Arma Vikings in double-overtime, 38-30. On their first possession, the Vikings steadily marched down the field into Uniontown territory using a multitude of jet sweeps and reverses. Needing
TRL Football - Week 3 Preview 11-Man Division: Jayhawk-Linn (2-0, 1-0) @ Oswego (0-2, 0-0) The Oswego Indians come into their annual contest against Jayhawk-Linn with an 0-2 record. The Indians have faced stiff competition over the first two weeks of the season, playing 4A-DII Baxter Springs and 3A Neodesha. With only five
UNIONTOWN, Kan. - The Uniontown Eagles squared off with Three Rivers League foe Jayhawk-Linn Friday night. Both teams came into the game with a 1-0 record. Uniontown entered the game after defeating Southeast, 16-12, while Jayhawk-Linn came into the game riding the momentum of a thrilling last second victory over Neodesha.