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Lion hoops shooting for lofty goals in 2009-10

Ennis hasn’t been known for its boys’ basketball this decade, but Lion coach Jerry Mason is doing everything in his power to bring about change.
Whether it’s trying to win the 16-4A race or make some noise in the playoffs, the coach and his players are starting fresh and aiming high.

“Ennis basketball hasn’t been something that the community can count on every year and we want to get to that level where the football team is, as far as expectations being high,” Mason said.

“You want people to expect you to put a good product out on the court. I don’t think we’ll be easy to beat. We’re not approaching any game in the underdog role; we’re going for the gusto.”

With the returning 16-4A Co-Offensive Player of the Year in Jordan Mason, all-district performer J.T. Florence and talented transfer Clayton Webb entering his first full season at Ennis, the foundation is in place for the Lions to have a breakout year.

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