LAND O'LAKES — Fans clad in pink and splattered with paint crowded at the front of the student section. They began to sing a garbled chant, arms wrapped around each other's shoulders. That they couldn't be understood didn't matter. Their team was still a playoff contender.The Seahawks defeated Land O'Lakes in overtime 28-21 to replace the Gators as runnerup in 6A-6 and hand Land O'Lakes (6-1, 1-1) its first loss of the season.Sunlake coach Bill Browning seemed a little dazed as he reflected on the battle between in-city rivals."Land O'Lakes played their hearts out, we played our hearts out," he said.A combination of Gators penalties and the Seahawks' rushing game, led by Nathan Johnson fueled the victory. The Seahawks (7-1, 2-1) scored first with 1:21 remaining in the first quarter. After a series of penalties Sunlake converted on third and goal as Johnson rushed in from a yard out. The point after kept Sunlake ahead until the last minutes of the half.Land O'Lakes tied the game right before halftime on a 10-yard pass from quarterback James Pensyl to Stefan Zapata.After a scoreless third quarter, the Seahawks had a 31-yard field-goal attempt in the fourth that Land O'Lakes' Noah Randall blocked and returned 56 yards.The Gators' next play was a 5-yard touchdown pass from Pensyl to Liam Heaney.Sunlake tied it on its next play. A 40-yard pass and three 15-yard penalties called Land O'Lakes put the Seahawks at the 1-yard line again, and Johnson found the end zone on the third down.The rest of the quarter followed the pattern the teams had set so far: Pensyl threw another touchdown. Johnson rushed for another score.The teams were tied at 21 with 2:30 remaining.Browning said neither side gave up at any point in the game, which became apparent as the final minutes wound down. The Gators' Deionte Strozier intercepted a Seahawks pass but Land O'Lakes was unable to convert a first down on the next drive.The Seahawks ran down the clock, taking it into overtime.Land O'Lakes won the coin flip and chose to start on defense. A 5-yard penalty put the Seahawks at the 5-yard line, and Johnson rushed for his third touchdown of the night.Pensyl attempted four passes on the next drive completing none. Sunlake's Joe Jean-Baptiste jumped and swatted the fourth out of the air, landing on his feet and pumping his fists as he realized the game was over."It was just a great high school game," Browning said.