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Fri
16
Nov

END OF THE LINE: Lions season ends against Panthers

BROWNWOOD - The Ozona Lions season came to an end with a 51-13 loss in the Class 2A Division I Bi-District Game against Seymour Friday night.

Ozona's first score came midway through the second quarter on a pass from Quarterback Jesse Vega to Jacob Childress to make it 21-7. 

However, two mishandled snaps on the next two plays would give the Panthers a safety. 

Just as the Lions had a chance to score right before halftime, the Panthers intercepted the ball and returned it for a 95-yard touchdown. 

The Panthers never looked back after that as they dominated the second half.

Ozona scored again in the fourth quarter as Joe Perez dove for the end zone.  

Plagued by a season of injuries, and players having to move up and change positions, the Lions fought hard against tough teams all season long. 

The Lions finish the season 2-8 overall. 

Wed
07
Nov
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OMS Lions end season with outstanding game

WINTERS - The Ozona Middle School Lions traveled to Winters and faced the Blizzards in a whirlwind of a game on Thursday, Nov. 1.

When the dust settled, the final score of 26-26 provided much excitement for the visiting Lion fans.

The defense has played stellar football the whole year, but on this night, it was tested and tested hard.

 

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Fri
02
Nov

Lions swept up by Blizzards: 24-13 loss

LION STADIUM - Plaqued by penalites and the speed of the Blizzards, the Ozona Lions fell to Winters 24-13 Friday night. 

On Senior Night, the Lions were unable to capitalize on some offensive plays, including penalities on what would have been potential scoring runs. 

Zachary Talamantez and Abraham Rodriguez both scored for the Lions. 

Ozona (2-6, 1-2) will face Hawley (8-1, 3-0) next week for the final regular season game. 

The Lions are currently setting in fourth place in District 3-2A. The top four teams in each district advance to the playoffs. 

Kickoff will be 7:30 p.m. Friday in Hawley. 

Tue
30
Oct
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OMS Lions shred Cougars

CHRISTOVAL - OMS Lions added to their wins with a 20-0 shutout over the Christoval Cougars on Oct. 25.

The Lions executed on both sides of the ball with the defense pitching another shutout.

The offense was sparked by a dazzling punt return by Dusty Smith that resulted in a short touchdown run by Robert Barrera with the two- point conversion not being successful. The score at half time was OMS 6, Christoval 0.

 

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Tue
30
Oct
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LADY LIONS BASKETBALL TEAMS

THE 2018-2019 OHS LADY LIONS BASKETBALL TEAMS will begin their season Tuesday, Nov. 6, against Reagan County. Games start at 4:30 p.m. at Big Lake.

 

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Wed
24
Oct
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OMS Lions beat Buffaloes

The Ozona Middle School Lions faced a very much larger Forsan Buffaloes football team on Thursday, Oct. 18, bringing home an 8-0 victory.

From the opening kickoff return by Matthew Daniels, the Lions were not intimidated.

 

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Fri
19
Oct

Lions victorious over Buffaloes: 28-20

FORSAN - The Ozona Lions got their first district win Friday night as they held on to defeat the Forsan Buffaloes, 28-20. 

Both teams would bounce back and forth with the Lions maintaining the lead the entire game. 

Abraham Rodriguez once again was the leading scorer and rusher for Ozona, with multiple touchdowns, including one for 73-yards late in the third quarter. 

Forsan would answer right back on a kickoff return to put the score at 22-13 with 2 minutes left in the third. 

In the fourth quarter, Ozona would strike first scoring with 8:17 left in game widing the lead to 28-13. 

Once again, Forsan gets across the goal line to close the gap at 28-20. 

Ozona would drive the ball but was forced to punt with 1:41 left in the game. 

It would then be up to Ozona's defense to hold the Buffaloes, especially Quarterback Kobe Richardson who had slipped past the Lions all night. 

Wed
17
Oct
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OMS competes at District Cross-Country

The OMS Cross-Country Teams competed at the District 7-AA Meet on Oct. 10 in San Angelo.

The Seventh Grade Lions and Seventh Grade Lady Lions won the meet, the Eighth Grade Lions placed second and the Eighth Grade Lady Lions placed third.

 

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Wed
17
Oct
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Lions run out of time against Bulldogs

LION STADIUM - The Ozona Lions (1-5, 0-1) tried to make a comeback in the second half Friday, but time ran out on them. The Lions began district play with a 41-16 loss to #10 State-Ranked Stamford (6-1).

Down 27-0 at the start of the second half, Junior Abraham Rodriguez got the Lions on the board with a touchdown late in the third quarter. Rodriguez had 104 yards rushing as well.

 

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Sat
13
Oct

Lions run out of time against Bulldogs: 41-16 loss

LION STADIUM - The Ozona Lions (1-5, 0-1) tried to make a comeback in the second half Friday, but time ran out on them. The Lions began district play with a 41-16 loss to #10 State-Ranked Stamford (6-1). 

Down 27-0 at the start of the second half, Junior Abraham Rodriguez got the Lions on the board with a touchdown late in the third quarter. 

The Lions defense then got a safety. 

Followed by Senior Marcus Perez scoring a touchdown in the fourth to bring it 33-16. 

Unlike the first half, the Lions defense improved in the second half keeping the Bulldogs to only two touchdowns. Ozona also scored more points in the second half than Stamford. 

Stamford's Kalib Flick suffered a game-ending injury, in the first half, as he was taken off the field on a stretcher by Crockett County EMS personnel and transported by ambulance to San Angelo with what appeared to be a broken arm or broken collarbone. 

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