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Lions make statement comeback in district win over Stamford

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STAMFORD – The Ozona Lions were determined to come away with a victory Friday night. Coming behind from a 14-point deficit, the Lions outshined the Bulldogs, 39-28, for their first district win.

“Another good win for the team. We believe it puts us in the driver’s seat as far as district play. It’s always good to go on the road against a program like Stamford and come back with a win,” said Athletic Director and Head Coach Kyle Freeman.

The Lions struggled in the first half with the Bulldogs taking a 14-0 lead in the second quarter, with the second Stamford touchdown coming off an Ozona fumble.


Lions never quit in loss to Crane

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The scoreboard told one story, but the players on the field told another Friday night as the Ozona Lions lost to #10 Crane, 50-39.

Despite the loss, the Lions never quit giving Crane a tough game and preparing the Lions for upcoming district play.

“It was a very close game, as we expected. The game hinged on four key plays on the night. The turnover ratio fell in their favor, and when two evenly matched teams face off that is a big deal,” said Athletic Director and Head Coach Kyle Freeman. “The offense had a good night overall.”


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Lions smother Eagles for fourth shutout win

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JUNCTION – Making it four in a row, the Ozona Lions got another shutout, 61-0, over Junction Friday night.

The Lions defense held the Eagles to a negative 13 yards.

Sophomore Lane Smith had an interception that he returned for a 50-yard touchdown, and Jesse Vega had a 55-yard interception scoring run.

Jaden Fay and Zachary Talamantez also intercepted the ball.


Lions roll past 'Horns on homecoming

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Holding Harper to only 38 total yards of offense, the Ozona Lions rolled to a 68-0 victory during Friday’s homecoming game at Lion Stadium.

This was the Lions third consecutive shutout win.

“It feels amazing, especially as a senior. I know every one of these underclassmen are working toward getting more shutouts. It was awesome,” said Senior Jacob Childress.

Ozona forced two turnovers that led to points on the board.


Lions pluck Owls for second shutout win

Abraham Rodriquez gets the sack against Reagan County

The Ozona Lions got their second shutout victory in a row, 36-0, over the Reagan County Owls Friday night at Lion Stadium.

The Lions defense held the Owls to 106 yards and negative 8 yards passing for a total of 98 yards.

“We knew we were capable of this, we just have to keep practicing,” said Lazaro Rodriguez.


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