Waverly defeats York after second-half burst

WAVERLY, Neb. (KLKN) – York traveled to Waverly on Friday night for a big-time showdown under the lights.

Waverly won 35-7, but the majority of the points came in the second half.

Neither team could find the end zone until three minutes left in the first half, when Waverly’s Trey Jackson fired a pass to Cooper Skrobecki.

Waverly took a 7-0 lead into halftime.

The Vikings must have said something right at halftime because they moved the ball down the field much easier in the third quarter.

Evan Kastens took the handoff, found some space and broke through the defense.  He went 33 yards to the end zone to give the Vikings a 14-0 lead.

Waverly kept tacking on more touchdowns, while York only managed one.

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