Robbins' 3 TDs lead Cavalier to second straight 9-man title, 36-6 over Shiloh Christian

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GRAND FORKS, North Dakota — Cavalier's Brock Robbins scored three touchdowns as the Tornadoes beat Bismarck Shiloh Christian 36-6 on Friday to win their second straight 9-man football championship.

Tornadoes quarterback Trent Karel threw for 59 yards and scored two touchdowns. Robbins scored on runs of 1, 7 and 12 yards and finished with a game-high 142 rushing yards on 29 carriers. Robbins' second TD gave the Cavaliers a 24-0 lead at half.

Karel opened the scoring for Tornadoes (13-0) with a 22-yard run and connected with Blake Kaercher for 46-yards and a score in the fourth quarter. Karel added 109 yards rushing.

Running back Blake Emmel scored the only touchdown for the Skyhawks (11-1). A.J. Dale led the team in rushing with 35 yards and quarterback Zac Martin completed seven passed for 112 yards. Andrew Hartman led in receiving with 45 yards.

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