The Franklin County High School Rebels freshmen team beat the freshmen team of Tullahoma High School 56-0 at home Monday for their third win of the season.
The Rebels dominated the contest from beginning to end as they picked up a blowout win to remain unbeaten on the year.
Na’Zaiyah Holman gave the Rebels an early boost with an interception, and he caught a long touchdown pass from Ke’Andre Johnson on the next play to make it 7-0 with nine minutes remaining in the opening quarter.
The Rebels got another interception from Manny Scott a few minutes later. He ran the ball into the end zone himself to make it 14-0.
Scott added another rushing touchdown with two minutes remaining in the first quarter to put the Rebels in front by a score of 21-0.
Johnson called his own number by running the ball into the end zone with eight minutes remaining in the first half to push the lead to 28-0.
The next score for Franklin County came from the special-teams unit as Nashawn Holman broke free on a punt return and brought it back for a score with six minutes remaining in the half.
The Rebels were still not done as Johnson found Kaleb Rigsby in the end zone to grow the lead to 42-0 in the final minute of the half.
They led 42-0 at halftime.
The second half would have a much slower pace, but the Rebels were still able to add a few more touchdowns to their lead.
Johnson and Na’Zaiyah Holman connected on another touchdown pass to give Johnson his fourth and final touchdown for the contest. The catch also resulted in Na’Zaiyah’s second receiving touchdown for the day.
Shaimar Lyons rounded out the scoring with a touchdown run with three minutes remaining on the clock as the Rebels went on to win by 56 points.
With the win, the freshmen Rebels improved to 3-0 on the season.
They will next play Sept. 30 at Grundy County High School. Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 p.m.