Lions Stomp Mustangs


Jack Densmore

Freshman Noah King scoring on Marble Falls in the final quarter

by Jack Densmore, Staff Writer

In their rematch with Marble Falls, the junior varsity and freshmen Lions tore the house down against the Mustangs.

The JV Lions won with a 17 point lead. The first quarter went scoreless as both defenses held their own. The second quarter featured 20 points for the Lions and 14 points for the Mustangs, the Lions leading in the first half. The second half started with a scoreless third quarter. The final quarter was a shutout as the Lions scored 20 points while the Mustangs scored 9.

“I think it was good,” Bayer said. “We played as a team and we worked hard and got the win.”

The freshmen Lions stomped the Mustangs in a 50-25 victory. The Lions scored 10-7 in the first quarter in their rematch against Marble Falls. The Lions held as they scored 17-7 in the second quarter. The third quarter the boys scored 26-15. The freshman Lions finished strong by scoring 50-25 in the final quarter and earning the win.

“I felt good,” freshman coach McNeil. “I thought we did a lot [of] things that we had done well in practice; we did them well in the game and, thing was, Marble Falls was a lot better than the last time we played them, so we had to play better and we showed improvement. We played well and it may have been the best game we played.”