The Clay County Bulldogs undefeated season came to an end Friday night against the now 4-2 Westmoreland Eagles. The Bulldogs could not get their running game established all night, and their defense allowed three rushing touchdowns resulting in a 21-12 loss.
“We got hit in the mouth,” said Clay County head coach Jake Johnson. “We normally respond well to that. This is a humbling experience and one that we needed.”
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