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Johnstown's Ross Franklin avoids Fredericktown's defense including Maeson Helton (72) and Joey Dunn (60) during Friday's game. Franklin had 196 yards in the Johnnies' 41-7 win over the Freddies.
Johnstown's Ross Franklin avoids Fredericktown's defense including Maeson Helton (72) and Joey Dunn (60) during Friday's game. Franklin had 196 yards in the Johnnies' 41-7 win over the Freddies. (Photo by Fred Main)

By Mount Vernon News
October 1, 2011 2:31 am EDT

 

JOHNSTOWN — A dream start for the Fredericktown football team turned into a nightmare in a hurry Friday night.

The Freddies marched right down the field on their opening drive, drawing first blood in their highly anticipated matchup with Johnstown. But, that was the last good thing Fredericktown saw for a while as the Johnnies went on to a 41-7 victory in Mid-Buckeye Conference action at Johnstown.

“We were fired up and ready to go, but then we lost that momentum after we scored,” said Fredericktown coach Brian Baum. “They (Johnstown) owned the line of scrimmage and all aspects of the game.”


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