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Injuries force Lion football to regroup for district

Lion football has been dealt a tough hand as it gears up for 16-4A play beginning on Friday, but Ennis (2-1) isn’t about to throw in the towel or change any of its season goals in the least.
In last week’s overtime loss to Mesquite Horn, starting receivers Kyle Guinyard and Jyavon King both sustained season-ending knee injuries.

Guinyard tore his ACL, and while there hasn’t been a definitive diagnosis by a doctor on King’s ailment, it seems he sustained a similar injury.

Offensive tackle Hugh Emmert also sustained a season-ending injury. Fortunately for the Lions, Thomas Carter — who plays both offensive and defensive line — will be OK after he was also injured against Horn.

Guinyard, a returning all-state player, accumulated 23 catches, 383 yards and five touchdowns in his three starts this season. He also rushed for a touchdown and scored a seventh time on a kickoff return.

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