Paced by some strong defense and a quick offense, Columbia ended the Franklin County Bulldogs season with a 41-0 decision, Friday.

Franklin County (2-9) fell behind early as Columbia (11-0) sophomore running back Omar Johnson scored on touchdown runs of 2 and 36 yards, respectively.
The Bulldogs trailed 21-0 going  into the second quarter and that deficit grew shortly afterward as Wildcat sophomore Josh Brown added a 72-yard touchdown scamper to highlight a 20-point second quarter by Columbia.
With a 41-0 halftime lead for Columbia, officials allowed a running clock in the second half.
FC first-year head coach B.J. Smithhart saw his team held to 115 yards of total offense in the contest.
The Bulldogs will graduate nine from its roster. 

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