Dawson County finished the 2014 football season with a big 28-0 win over visiting Johnson High School on Friday night.
Head Coach Jeff Lee's Tigers finished the season with a 2-8 overall record. The visiting Knights also completed their season with a 2-8 record.
The Tigers got on the scoreboard on the last play of the first quarter on a 55-yard touchdown run by Kyle Hayes. Zach Buchan added the extra point to give Dawson County a 7-0 lead.
Dawson County added another touchdown with just 4:53 remaining before halftime on a 13-yard score by Hunter Mitchell.
The point after attempt was good and the Tigers took a 14-0 lead into the locker room.
In the third quarter, the Tigers scored on second and goal from the 2-yardline on a run by Jeffrey Partain. Once again the extra point was good by Buchan giving Dawson County a 21-0 advantage.
The Tigers defense was stellar in the win, allowing Johnson 178 total yards. The Knights managed just 137 rushing yards and 41 passing yards.
Sophomore Luke Martin led the Tigers in tackles with 22. Martin now stands alone in the single season tackles list with 170 total tackles for the season.
Linebacker Conor Woodbury also had a great game with 18 tackles. Woodbury totaled 144 tackles for the season.
Picking up 14 tackles apiece for the defense were Jeremy Whalen, Brett Whalen, Colin Glover and A.J. Maner.
Dawson County's season is now over.