In Loudon's week four meeting with CAK the Redskins came into the game with a plan of attack and executed it well. For the first half.
Ultimately, the Warriors walked away with a 56-34 win on the road in that game.
In preparation for a rematch in the first round of the playoffs Friday, Loudon coach Jeff Harig said he would be happy to be in the same position at the break in round two.
However, Harig would not get his wish, and Loudon trailed 42-21 at the break on the way to a 56-21 beating.
There was not question CAK would put points on the board Friday night, but the Redskins were hoping to put a limit on just how much.
The Warriors averaged 47.6 points per game in the regular season, which was good for fourth in the state and had already put together an offensive clinic against Loudon.
However, the Redskins were entering the game playing their best football of the season and had just completed a shutout against the Kingston Yellowjackets of Roane County High School.
Despite a three-game win streak, which included three of the Redskins' five highest scoring games of the season, they could not keep up with the high-powered Warriors.
The loss puts an end to the Redskins playoff run and continues a history of division rivals knocking them out of the postseason.
In Loudon's last seven playoff appearances, dating back to 2005, the Redskins have been knocked out four times by Alcoa, twice by CAK and once by Sweetwater, when the two teams were in the same region.
Prior to Friday's game, the Redskins had been eliminated by Alcoa three in three consecutive appearances, 2008-2010.
Loudon finishes the season with a better than .500 record at 6-5 after starting the season 1-3. Following their regular season finale Harig said he was proud of his team for fighting through adversity.