Dave A. Vance, [email protected] The Ennis Lions (8-0, 5-0) may not have appeared as strong Thursday night as their past performances during the season, but the Lion defense worked hard to keep the Jaguars from reaching the end zone. The Lion offensive effort and powerful defense led Ennis to a 19-3 victory that ensured a […]
The Ennis Lions (7-0, 4-0) will be heading into Thursday’s match against the Mansfield Summit Jaguars (3-4, 3-1) as the only undefeated team in the 15-4A district after an astounding 56-18 victory over the Mansfield Legacy Broncos (6-1, 3-1) last week.
The Ennis Lions (7-0, 4-0) exploded on the Mansfield Legacy Broncos (6-1, 3-1) Friday night with an exceptional performance in front of a stadium full of fans.
Friday night’s rivalry game between the Ennis Lions (6-0, 3-0) and Red Oak Hawks (3-3, 1-2) was a nail-biter that wasn’t decided until the final minute of the game.
The Ennis Lions (2-4-1) freshmen maroon team battled the Red Oak Hawks Thursday night and maintained a 16-0 lead until late in the third quarter. The Lions defended their home field to claim a 16-8 victory.
The Ennis Lions (5-0, 2-0) erupted on the Mansfield Lake Ridge Eagles (1-4, 0-2) Friday night with a profound 62-14 victory.
The Ennis Lions (5-1, 3-0) junior varsity squad pounded on the Mansfield Lake Ridge Eagles Thursday night to finish with a 64-8 blowout and remain undefeated in district play.
The Ennis Lions (2-0) got out ahead of the Lewisville Farmers (0-2, 5A) Friday night with a 21-3 lead going into the second half, but slipped in the second.
The Ennis Lions (1-0) kicked off the 2013 season with a morale-boosting 43-14 victory over the Burleson Centennial Spartans (0-1). The Lions gave fans a preview of the diverse talent the team has this season with a variety of offensive plays and defensive stops by multiple defensemen.
If anything can be said about the first round playoff defeat last season, the Ennis Lions are motivated more than ever and have set their sights on an undefeated season to win the state championship.
The Ennis Lionbackers Booster Club held their second meeting of the season Monday night to discuss a few upcoming plans before the home opener Friday night against Burleson Centennial.
The Ennis Lions showed a lot of strength Friday night against the Weatherford Kangaroos, dominating the team in both the scrimmage and 15 minutes of live play.
Running back No. 23 Nick Gabriel ran for 123 yards on 15 carries and led the offense with three touchdowns. The Lions fought their way to a 47-0 victory in Mansfield on Friday.
If the Ennis Lions’ undefeated record wasn’t enough to convince opponents the Lions mean business, Friday’s victory over the Red Oak Hawks should remove lingering doubts.
The Ennis Lions (5-0, 2-0) continued their winning streak Friday night with a 74-0 homecoming shutout against the Mansfield Lake Ridge Eagles (0-5, 0-2).
Defensive end No. 9 James Lockhart and linebacker No. 21 Ruben “Speedy” Gonzalez step up the Ennis Lion defense to help defeat the Arlington Seguin Cougars 55-35 on Friday night.
The Ennis Lion Junior Varsity team (2-1) defeated the North Forney Falcons at home Thursday by a margin of 38-14.
The Ennis Lions (2-0) defended their house in the first home game of the season, defeating the 5A Lewisville Farmers (0-2) 30-26.
Ennis proved Friday that Kangaroos are no match for Lions.