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Tue
02
Oct
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JV Lions defeat Junction

LANE SMITH runs past an Eagle for the JV Lions during Thursday’s game against Junction. Ozona won 22-14.

 

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Tue
02
Oct
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Lions roll past Eagles

BY MELISSA PERNER

The Ozona Lions grabbed their first win of the season in front of the homecoming crowd Friday night, 41-6, over the Junction Eagles.

“I believe we played a complete game, and got a well needed confidence booster,” said Head Coach Kyle Freeman.

 

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Tue
25
Sep
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OMS Lions host Harper

The Lions hosted Harper and came away with a split decision.

The Seventh Grade posted an exciting 8-0 win with Rigo Treto racing 46 yards in the third quarter. The two-point conversion was tacked on by Robert Barrera.

The defense kept the visiting Longhorns out of the end zone for the shutout.

 

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Tue
25
Sep
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OHS Lions Cross-Country finish fourth at Lubbock

The OHS Lions Cross-Country Team competed at Lubbock Saturday. Ozona was fourth in the 2A Division.

“We have work to do, but I’m pleased with the direction we’re headed,” said Coach Jeff Shelton.

Individual Results - 15. Manuel Torralba, 18 minutes, 26.2 seconds; 19. Humberto Torralba, 18:31.70; 32. Jason Lopez, 19:07.70; 43. Adam Hopper, 19:50.20; 48. Bryce Gray, 20:05.2; 60. Melvyn Mejia, 20:46.7; 82. Marco Rodriguez, 23:25.80. Raul Ramirez finished with a time of 20:47 and Kolton Thompson finished with a time of 23:38 in the JV Division.

 

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Tue
18
Sep
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Toro Loco Bullriding Challenge

LUIS BLANCO, Toro Loco champion on Risky Business of Thomas Cruz/Tom Cruz Bucking Bulls Saturday night.

 

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Tue
18
Sep
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Lions fail to catch Owls

BY MELISSA PERNER

BIG LAKE - The Ozona Lions fought to try to get ahead, but couldn’t get another touchdown to beat the Reagan County Owls Friday night. The Lions (0-3) lost 13-6 to the Owls.

Ozona’s only touchdown came early in the second quarter by Junior Abraham Rodriguez who was all over the field both offensively and defensively. Rodriguez had 32 yards rushing on seven carries and 88 yards receiving on two receptions.

Zachary Talamantez also put up good runs for the Lions rushing for 58 yards on five carries.

 

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Tue
18
Sep
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OMS Lions open season against Owls

The Seventh Grade Lions traveled to Big Lake and came home with a solid victory against the Owls on Sept. 13.

The final score was 40-6 with both the offense and defense scoring.

The defense scored on a 46-yard interception return by Exiyan Mendoza during the second quarter.

 

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Sat
15
Sep

Lions fail to catch Owls

Abraham Rodriguez scored Ozona's only touchdown Friday night against Reagan County

BIG LAKE - The Ozona Lions fought to try to get ahead, but couldn't get another touchdown to beat the Reagan County Owls Friday night. 

The Lions (0-3) lost 13-6 to the Owls. 

Ozona's defense manage to hold Reagan County on many fourth downs and capitalized on many Owls' mistakes. 

However, the Lions' offense failed to find a rhythm and was inconsistent most of the game, including late in the fourth quarter. 

With four minutes left to play, the Lions get the ball down to the 20-yard line, but was forced to turn the ball over on downs after the Owls' defense kept Ozona out of the end zone. 

Ozona's only touchdown came early in the second quarter by Junior Abraham Rodriguez who was all over the field both offensively and defensively. Zachary Talamantez also put up good runs for the Lions, as well as Aiden Fuentes. 

The Lions will take on Harper (1-2) who lost 33-15 against Ingram Moore Friday. 

Tue
11
Sep
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OHS CHEERLEADERS

OHS CHEERLEADERS (left to right) Carlie Ramos, Shelbie Galindo, Esperanza Ramirez and Madison Castro keep cheering on the Lions during the pouring rain Friday night at Lion Stadium.

 

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Fri
07
Sep

Lions washed away by Braves

Aiden Fuentes tries to tackle an Iraan Brave in pouring rain Friday night at Lion Stadium.

LION STADIUM - The Ozona Lions faced two opponents Friday night: the rain and the Iraan Braves. 

With a wet field and blowing rain the Lions had a hard time keeping up with the Braves, falling 35-15. 

Sebastian De La Cruz started of the game off  on a positive note for the Lions, with an 80-yard touchdown run. Putting the Lions up on the board 7-0. 

It didn't take long for Iraan to answer back, scoring immediately after that.

The Lions would struggle offensively during the game, but their defense put up a fight against the Braves. 

Ozona's second touchdown came at the end of the game on a pass from Marcus Perez to Aiden Fuentes. 

The Lions (0-2) face the Reagan County Owls (1-1) next week. The Owls lost 32-6 Friday against Ballinger in Ballinger. 

Kickoff is 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 14, at Big Lake. 

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