The Waterville Indians varsity football team traveled to Frankfort-Schuyler last weekend to finish their regular season. Waterville won the game 20-0 in a dominating defensive performance. The Indians' win made them 3-0 for their road games on the season and finished their regular season with a 5-2 record.
The win also created a four-way tie for first place in Class D with Waterville claiming a share of that finish.
The WCS defense took control early in the game when they forced Frankfort to punt on the first possession of the game in four plays.
Waterville took the ball and picked up the first first down of the game before punting on the next set of downs. Despite the punts back and forth, Waterville's first down sent a message to Frankfort that anything Frankfort could do, Waterville would do better.
Frankfort took the ball for their next drive, and did get a first down on a personal foul against WCS. Frankfort punted on the next set of downs and WCS took the ball and started driving down the field to end the first quarter.
Waterville's drive was sustained by several first downs, including converting three third downs. Cody Spooner, Trystin Graham, and Connor Marriott all had big plays to set Waterville up with first and goal from their nine-yard line. The first third down was a 10-yard pass from Spooner to Marriott.
The second third down was a 21-yard pass from Spooner to Graham. The third…