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SALEM OH- It was a big day for the 19-3 Waterloo Vikings as they competed in the MVAC tournament in Salem Hills on Wednesday.  Although the Vikings won the MVAC league championship throughout the regular season, they’d drop a 5th card playoff to McDonald in the tournament.  Both teams shot a 347.  Trevor Simons led the Vikings shooting an 80.  Jackson Eichler, and Noah Hughes were behind him with a 87.

For McDonald, they were led by Caleb Domitrovich who shot an 81.  Chris Ragazzine was behind him with a 84.  Next for the Blue Devils was Avery Maley with a 87.   Springfield’s Jackson Ensley shot the lowest score of the day with a 76.

All teams now look ahead to sectional tournament play which starts Wednesday. For Waterloo they will compete at Riverview in Newton Falls.


Following two tough matchups with both The Mineral Ridge Rams and The Austintown Fitch Falcons, The Western Reserve Blue Devils went into Tuesday night with hope of ending their six set losing streak. Their opponent? The Waterloo Vikings made the trip from Atwater to Berlin Center in an Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference battle on The Scarlet Tier. 

Needless to say, The Blue Devils showed their frustrations, taking their anger from the last week out on The Vikings. Wasting little time, Western Reserve claimed the straight set victory over Waterloo, sweeping the season series 6-0 in sets against The Vikings. 

The win set up Western Reserve (9-4) for a rematch in The Battle of Blue Devils, as they will travel to McDonald (11-3) on Thursday, September 22nd. Coming off the loss, Waterloo (3-8) will look to turn things around against the conference leading Mineral Ridge Rams (12-1), also on Thursday. 

Set Scores

S1: W.R. 25 – 10 Waterloo

S2: W.R. 25 – 9 Waterloo

S3: W.R. 25 – 8 Waterloo 

Match : W.R. 3 – 0 Waterloo

Stats (Western Reserve)

Madison Leone : 13 Assists. 

Haylee Fellows : 12 Assists.

Alyvia Hughes : 11 Kills, 9 Aces. 

Ally Jones : 7 Digs.

*Contributed By YSN’s Ty Bartell



The Mineral Ridge Rams traveled to Atwater tonight to face the Waterloo Vikings.  The Rams would put up 4 goals in the first half, add another in the second and concede only 1 goal late in the game from a penalty kick.

The Rams defeated their MVAC opponents tonight 5-1 and are now 4-2 on the season.  They host the Jackson Milton Blue Jays on Monday the 19th.


Nate Colburn – 2

Landon Pal -1

Branden Testa -1

Elias Clarke -1


Audri Gaydosh – 2

Branden Testa – 2

Nate Colburn – 1


Clayton Butler – 5

*Contributed By Ted Gaydosh at ramsathletics.org


NORTH JACKSON OH-In a conference match Tuesday night the Lady Jays sank the Lady Vikings in three straight sets with strong serves. Grace Johns had 18 service points with 4 aces and 10 defensive digs.  Mia Greco had 12 service points with 2 aces and 2 blocks.  Emily Fultz hot on the outside tonight with 9 kills, 13 service points and 4 aces.  Hailey Chudomelka  had 10 assists.

The Lady Jay’s return home on Thursday for a conference match with McDonald.

*Contributed By Stephen Mohr at jacksonmiltonathletics.org


ATWATER OH- Monday night, the Vikings traveled to Champion in an MVAC battle. The game featured high paced back and forth action and ended in 0-0 draw.

The Vikings were led by a steller defensive effort anchored by Lillie Snyder, Kayla Thompson, Lilly Foster, and before her injury Gabby Gonzalez. Grace Yarian was phenomenal in goal with 9 saves. The midfield featuring, Bayley English, Abby Mazur,  Ronnie England, Carlertta Henry, Courtney Eisenbraun, Mya Bennett, and Marion did a great job of rotating keeping shape.

The Vikings got great attacking play from Kaira English, Olivia Boyle, Rose Couts, Sydney Jackson and Chloe Guth. Overall the Vikings played hard and several players stepped up to help the team preserve the draw.

The team returns to action. Wednesday at home in a league matchup at 5 pm. Please come on out and support the Vikings!

*Contributed By Bill Jackson at waterlooathletics.org


SEBRING OH- Week 3 for The Waterloo Vikings was a bit disappointing. Having opportunities to emerge victorious against Malvern, the two teams were even 14-14 heading to the fourth quarter, where The Hornets ultimately came away with the win. That being the last week of non-conference opponents for The Vikings, they looked ahead to Week 4, where they opened up with a traveling trophy game against The Sebring Trojans. Traveling to the home of the purple and gold, Waterloo had hopes of keeping the trophy in Atwater after reclaiming it off Sebring in 2021. 

Sebring opened up the game with possession, but The Viking defense did its part in forcing the fourth down and getting the ball in the hands of Jayden Hakin. Needless to say, when Hakin had the ball he was special on friday night. Taking a big run to the house opened up the onslaught of scoring by Waterloo. 

By halftime, Hakin carried the ball 5 times for 139 yards and the hat trick of 3 touchdowns. Also adding in a perfect completion percentage, going 4/4 for 31 yards in the air and an additional touchdown. The scoring by Hakin was directly a result of great line play on The Vikings end. Creating plenty of running lanes in the night, while simultaneously closing the gaps on defense, Waterloo led 32-0 by the half. 

Having the running clock that has been implemented by The OHSAA this season when a team leads by 30 or more points, allowed The Vikings to drain away the time in the second half. Waterloo would add a pair of touchdowns, while Sebring would get on the board with the rushing touchdown by Jahvian Cundiff on a 33 yard strike. However, the scoring by The Vikings in the first half proved to be too much, as Waterloo opened up the conference slate with a 47-8 victory over Sebring.

With the win, Waterloo (2-2) will now look to host Western Reserve (1-3) in Week 5 on Friday, September 16th. Sebring (0-4) will also be hosting some Blue Devils, as they will do battle with McDonald (1-3) also on September 16th.

*Contributed By YSN’s Ty Bartell


WATERLOO OH- The Vikings traveled to Brookfield on Wednesday night and returned home with a 10-3 victory.

The Waterloo attack was led by Kaira English and Rose Couts, who had 4 and 3 goals, respectively. The other goal scorers were Sydney Jackson, Olivia Boyle, and Kayla Thompson. The Vikings got assists from Celly Camacho, Lillie Snyder, Gabby Gonzalez, and Kayla Thompson. Sophia Wood and Grace Yarian each recorded three saves in goal.

The Vikings received contributions offensively from Chloe Guth, Mya Bennett, and Courtney Eisenbraun. Bayley English led the midfield, and the Vikings received quilty minutes in the midfield from Abby Mazur, Carletta Henry, and Ronnie England. Lilly Foster provided leadership and lockdown defense.

The Vikings are next in action Saturday when they host United in the Steel Valley Soccer Game of the Week at noon. Please come out and support the team as they compete Saturday!

*Contributed By William Jackson at waterlooathletics.org


MCDONALD OH- McDonald volleyball is on some kind of tear. On Thursday night they showed no signs of slowing down as they swiftly dismantled Waterloo in straight sets. (25-11 25-8 25-8)


Leading the way for the offense was Gianna Constantino who finished with 12 kills.  She also had 7 digs, and 3 aces. Maria Rasile also had a solid night with 11 kills, and 7 digs.  Megan Klockner finished the night with 12 assists, and 7 digs.

McDonakd will put their 6-0 record to the test on Saturday as they travel to Canfield.  Waterloo will try to bounce back on Tuesday as they travel to Springfield.


MINERAL RIDGE OH- With the victory Tuesday night the Lady Rams improved to a season record of 3-0 as well as 3-0 in the conference.

The Lady Rams were led by Sammie Aulet with 29 assists and 7 aces, Ava Hulett with 15 kills and Faith Schneider with 14 digs and 10 kills.

Waterloo was led by Arianna Rebecchi with 9 digs and 2 kills, Miranda Long with 5 assists and Isabella Kozma with 1 block.  Waterloo is now 2-2 for the season and 1-2 in the conference.

*Contributed By Ron Lesko at ramsathletics.org


ATWATER OH- Kaira English reached a milestone that some players only dream of on Monday night. She scored her 100th goal of her career as the Vikings laid siege to Columbiana 14-4.  Just a few games into her senior year, English now eyes the next milestone in her career.

English netted 4 goals on the night to lead the Vikings offense. Olivia Boyle also scored 4 goals on the day for Waterloo.  Mya Bennett, and Rose Couts each scored a pair.  Kayla Thompson and Aracelly Camacho also chipped in a goal.

This sets up a big matchup on Wednesday between reigning MVAC Champion Springfield and Waterloo. Kickoff is scheduled for 5:00 at Waterloo.