A tough season for the Columbia Heights High School football team continued on Friday night in St. Louis Park.
The Hylanders (0-7) fell to the Orioles (3-4) 35-0 as the home team powered its way to a more than two-to-one advantage in total yards (421 to 202).
St. Louis Park did most of its damage on the ground, piling up 350 rushing yards and four touchdowns on 40 carries.
Columbia Heights was able to get a few drives going, but the Hylanders faltered when they got down field. A number of dropped passes, as well as one interception thrown by senior quarterback Nick Liebelt, contributed to the long night.
The Hylanders finish the regular season on Wednesday night with a road game against St. Francis.