ATWATER OH- Rivalry games are supposed to come down to the wire, and the matchup between Sebring and Waterloo did not disappoint. Bobby Makin pushed across the goal line on 4th and goal to give Waterloo the winning score, making it 30-22.
Mason Duncan was a monster in the backfield for the Vikings, on 19 carries he gained 163 yards. Bobby Makin also put in a solid day running the ball 13 times gaining 82 yards and finding the endzone twice. Jayden Hakin also scored a pair of touchdowns.
Elijah Frederick put in a great effort despite the loss. He ran 217 yards on 12 touches and scored twice. Noah Frederick ran for 109 yards on 18 carries with a touchdown.
Waterloo is now 2-2 and will look to stay in the win column in Week 5 traveling to Western Reserve. Sebring hits the road as well as they will travel to McDonald on Friday.