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Week 9: Lions look to trounce Tigers


Photo by Dave A. Vance / With severe storms forecasted for Wednesday, the Lions practiced hard Tuesday afternoon. Lion head coach Jack Alvarez praised the team for having one of the best overall Tuesday practices of the season.

Photo by Dave A. Vance / With severe storms forecasted for Wednesday, the Lions practiced hard Tuesday afternoon. Lion head coach Jack Alvarez praised the team for having one of the best overall Tuesday practices of the season.

Dave A. Vance, [email protected]

The undefeated Ennis Lions (8-0, 5-0) host the Lancaster Tigers (4-4, 3-2) on Friday at 7:30 p.m. for the last home game of the season.

The Tigers upset the Lions 51-14 in week nine of last season, but the Tigers are not as strong of a team as they were last season. The Tigers had a 7-1 season record and 4-1 district record last year.

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