Lions deliver Homecoming win
The Rosa Fort Lions struck first and struck hard with Brandon Bryant running the opening kickoff into the endzone for six against the Byhalia Indians on Oct. 4.
Before the half, a trio of Lions would chip in two additional touchdowns and a successful two point conversion. The Lions’ defense would contain Byhalia to six, assuring a 20-6 win for Rosa Fort.
The win propels Rosa Fort to 1 and 0 in conference play. They will attempt to up their record to 2 and 0 in the district on Oct. 11, facing Lafayette at the Lions Den. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.
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