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Halftime adjustments alter outcome

Photo by Oladipo B. Awowale / At the controls is Devin Smith (10), who is lined up under center Grant Cervantes (78). The right guard is Spenser Six (52). In the backfield is junior tailback Tre Elliott (1). The Lions rushed for 288 yards and a game total of 531 yards.

Photo by Oladipo B. Awowale / At the controls is Devin Smith (10), who is lined up under center Grant Cervantes (78). The right guard is Spenser Six (52). In the backfield is junior tailback Tre Elliott (1). The Lions rushed for 288 yards and a game total of 531 yards.

Mark Warde, editor@ennisdailynews.com

Reviewing the first high school state football championship in his coaching career was sweet for Ennis’ Jack Alvarez.

“It’s been a wild ride,” he said as he exited the locker room nearly an hour after the game ended.

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