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NOTEBOOK: Karns City Rolls; St. Marys Claims Large School Title

KARNS CITY, Pa. (EYT/D9) – The Gremlins ran wild.

Karns City rushed for 424 yards on just 39 carries and Luke Garing and Luke Cramer each scored a pair of touchdowns in a 55-8 win over Bradford Friday night.

Garing needed just four carries to roll up 87 yards on the ground. The senior fullback scored on runs of 3 and 63.

Cramer added 42 yards on eight attempts. He had rushing touchdowns of 11 and 8 as Karns City built a 35-0 lead at halftime.

Mason Martin led the Gremlins with 94 yards on four carries. He scored on a 20-yard run to cap the scoring.

Micah Rupp also caught a 51-yard touchdown pass from Eric Booher, who was 5 of 7 for 121 yards and the TD to Rupp.

Rupp caught three passes for 88 yards.

Bradford’s lone score came on a 9-yard touchdown pass from Elijah Fitton to Jerid Wilmoth midway through the fourth quarter.

Levi Hawk found the end zone on a 10-yard run and Callen Robinson also scored a rushing TD for the Gremlins (8-1), who will close out the regular season next week at home against DuBois.

ST. MARYS WINS LARGE SCHOOL CROWN – Christian Coudriet put up some big numbers again Friday in a 43-19 win over Kane, passing for 270 yards and two touchdowns in the victory that clinched the division title for the Dutch.

Coudriet connected with Logan Mosier nine times for 134 yards and two touchdowns.

The Dutch (8-1), who wrapped up the title thanks to a 35-28 win over Karns City several weeks ago, led by just two points at the half, 15-13, but pulled away in the final two quarters.

Coudriet also rushed for two touchdowns.

Matt Davis had a big day on the ground as well with 93 yards and a touchdown.

Coudriet has now thrown for 2,416 yards an 22 touchdowns this season. He came into Week 9 leading the state in passing yardage.

St. Marys closes the regular season at Tyrone.

NO LENT FOR SMETHPORT – With Noah Lent sidelined, the Smethport offense struggled mightily against Coudersport in a 6-0 loss.

The Hubbers (7-2) managed just 61 yards of offense without their star senior quarterback, who has 1,382 yards rushing and 29 touchdowns and 751 yards passing and 15 TDs this season.

Smethport has already clinched the Small School North title.

The only score of the game came on a 60-yard touchdown pass from Gavyn Ayers to James Culvey in the fourth quarter for Coudersport (4-4).

CHUCKS BEAT WARRIORS – Zeke Bennett accounted for more than 200 yards rushing as Punxsutawney beat Moniteau, 42-13.

David Dessicino threw a 41-yard touchdown pass to Hunter Stalker for Moniteau on the first possession of the second half for the Warriors to cut the Chucks’ lead to 29-13.

Dessicino had 180 yards passing while Stalker and Matt Martino each had 50 yards rushing for Moniteau (1-7), which will host Keystone in the season-finale.

Punxsutawney (2-6) will host Redbank Valley in its final game of the season.

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