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Bulldogs drop to 0-3 with loss to Terriers

By on September 12, 2018 at 12:21 pm

Waterloo running back Dalton Viglasky tosses the ball to a referee following his fourth quarter touchdown catch Monday night against Carbondale. For more photos from the game, click here. (Alan Dooley photo)

In a game that began Friday and ended Monday due to lightning and rain, the Waterloo High School football team dropped its home opener to Carbondale and lost its starting quarterback in a freak accident.

The Bulldogs, now 0-3, will try to right the ship this Friday night as it hosts Mascoutah to open Mississippi Valley Conference play. Mascoutah is 2-1, having lost its season opener to Columbia by one point.

Waterloo scored first on Friday, with Tyson Roedl scampering for a five-yard touchdown following a nine-yard run by Dalton Viglasky. The Bulldogs led 7-0 at 6:29 of the first quarter.

Carbondale tied it a few minutes later, however, on a 25-yard TD pass. The Terriers took a 13-7 lead on a 28-yard TD run at 4:59 of the second quarter.

The score remained 13-7 at halftime when officials called a lightning delay. It was later decided to postpone the contest and resume Monday night…>>> 

Read the rest of the story in the Sept. 12, 2018, issue of the Republic-Times.

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Corey Saathoff

Corey is the editor of the Republic-Times. He has worked at the newspaper since 2004, and currently resides in Columbia. He is also the principal singer-songwriter and plays guitar in St. Louis area country-rock band The Trophy Mules.