District 9 roundup: Karns City beats Union-Rimersburg
Running back Tristan Rhoades had his second consecutive 100-yard game since returning from injury by running for 205 yards and two scores on runs of 71 and 63 yards to lead Karns City to a 53-20 win at Union-Rimersburg in a District 9 Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference nondivision game Friday.
Karns City quarterback Tyler Kepple was 5 for 13 passing for 116 yards and two touchdowns, one of which was a 45-yard strike to Dakota Mohney.
Mohney also had a 100-yard interception return to finish with two touchdowns for the Gremlins (3-1).
Union (1-3) was led by Dylan Shirey, who had a 95-yard kickoff return touchdown in the first half and caught an 18-yard touchdown pass and a two-point conversion in the second half.
Farrell 40, Redbank Valley 22 — The Bulldogs dropped to 2-2 on the season with a nonconference road loss to highly regarded District 10 opponent Farrell (3-1).
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