The Madison Southern football team spent much of the season putting up big numbers on opponents.
On Friday, the Eagles usually high-scoring offense ran into a brick wall.
Southern was limited to just 67 total yards of offense in a lopsided 49-9 loss to Covington Catholic in Park Hills in the Class 5A Region 1 Championship game.
The Eagles end their season with a 7-6 record after falling to the undefeated Colonels (13-0).
Covington Catholic used just 40 plays to rack up 325 yards of offense on Friday and put the game into a running clock situation in the first half.
The Colonel defense limited the Eagles to just two first downs for the game - both of those down coming late in the fourth quarter.
Tobias Storm was 1-for-7 through the air on the night with two interceptions and had 14 carries for 14 yards and one touchdown.
AJ Jones had eight carries for five yards.
Things were rocky for the Eagles from the start.
Southern fumbled the ball away on their first drive, which the Colonels scooped up and ran in for a touchdown.
However, the touchdown was called back after Storm was ruled down.
Undaunted, Covington Catholic used just two offense plays to go up 14-0 in the first quarter.
After the Eagles turned it over on downs, the Colonels scored on a touchdown catch and got a two-point conversion to take a 22-0 lead at the end of the first quarter.
Clay Bunch brought a spark to the Eagles in the opening minutes of the second quarter after picking off a pass from Caleb Jacob and putting Southern in prime scoring position.
However, the Eagles failed to capitalize on the opportunity and the Colonels doubled down.
Covington Catholic scored twice and started the running clock with five minutes left in the first half.
The Eagles trailed 36-0 at halftime after being limited to 16 yards of offense and no first downs in the first half.
In the third quarter, with the Colonel starters still on the field, the Eagles continued to struggle.
Daniel Felix got his fourth touchdown of the game to make it 43-0.
On the next possession, Storm's pass was intercepted and the Colonels marched the ball right back down the field for another touchdown to go up 49-0.
With under three minutes left in the third quarter, Southern was finally able to get a first down but a penalty pushed them right back and the Eagles couldn't recover.
Southern finally got on the scoreboard with eight minutes left in the game when a blocked punt rolled back to the end zone for a safety.
With finally some luck on their side, Southern made the most of its next drive.
The Eagles returned the kickoff to the 28-yard line and three plays later, Storm scored his final touchdown of his high school career on a five yard carry.
Baylor Willis got the extra point to make it 49-9 as the clock ran down.