It’s also a place where memories are created.
On Friday night at Lebanon Alumni Stadium, during the 45th Annual playing of the Cedar Bowl, Tate Seyfert enjoyed a break-out performance. The senior receiver stepped up and led his Cedar Crest mates to a convincing 26-14 victory over rival Lebanon High.
While Seyfert was all over the place on offense and defense, his main role for the Falcons was as a touchdown-maker. He scored three times to place his personal stamp upon the spectacle.
Seyfert helped exorcise the Falcons’ big game butterflies by hauling in a 19-yard touchdown strike from quarterback Logan Horn, to give his side a 10-0 lead late in the opening period. Then Seyfert took to the ground and scored on an eight-yard jaunt to the end zone on Cedar Crest’s first possession of the second half.
Seyfert punctuated the performance later in the third period, grabbing a 38-yard scoring strike from Horn that put the Falcons ahead 26-7.
Not a bad night of work.
– Jeff Falk