The Whitehall football team struggled on the road against Montrose, dropping the game 49-21 on Friday in a non-league game.
After an early touchdown by Hill-McCloy, Kayleb Venema answered back for the Vikings with an 11-yard touchdown run to tie the game 7-7.
The Vikings defense then struggled, giving up four unanswered touchdowns in the first half which led to a 35-7 halftime deficit.
Montrose added another touchdown before Venema closed out the scoring for Whitehall on one and two-yard touchdown runs.
Venema led the team with 175 yards rushing on 29 carries. DJ Wright had 43 receiving yards while quarterback Brodie Fogus passed for 56 yards. Marco Moore led the defense with six tackles.
The Vikings finished their season at 3-6 overall and 3-4 in the West Michigan Conference.