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Waterloo East beats Dubuque Sr. 31-21

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What a turnaround! The Dubuque City champs meet the Waterloo City champs as 6-1 Dubuque Senior hosts 4-3 Waterloo East. Two teams who not too long ago were battling to get out of the basement in the MVC.

It was homecoming night for the Rams as they take on a very quick Waterloo East.

It would be the Trojans that get on the board first as quarterback Desmond Vanarsdale hands it off to Aaron Taylor, who fumbles the ball, but the refs call the touchdown before the ball comes out. 

East goes up 7-0

On the very next possession, the Trojans turn to the legs of Vanarsdale with the sweep for 74 yards and the touchdown...

14-0 in favor of the Trojans

Dubuque Senior strikes back late in the first quarter as Alex Duster is handed the ball and finds 25 yards to put the rams in the red zone.

Senior would capitalize on the field position as duster finishes what he started, and the score lands at 14-7 Waterloo East.

The trojans would punch it in two more times before the end of the half, and Waterloo East hands Dubuque Senior their second loss of the season with a final score 31-21 Trojans.

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