The Valders Vikings came up on the short end of the Highway 151 rivalry Friday night, falling to Chilton 41-7.
After Chilton took a 7-0 lead after one quarter.
The tides really turned in the Tigers’ favor with a 20-point second which made it 27-0 in favor of the visitors, heading into the locker room.
The Vikings (0-4, 0-2 Olympian Packerland-Large) struck first in the second half when Paxton Korslin found Forrest Fenlon on a 15-yard touchdown pass which made it a three-possession game.
But Chilton came back with 14 unanswered points to close out the quarter.
Korslin recorded 55 rushing yards on 17 attempts to go with 73 yards through the air on 8-of-13 passing.
Fenlon finished the night with a team-high three receptions for 20 yards.