Lions slay Dragons 49-0
From kickoff to the halftime buzzer, it was hard to keep up with the score of the Rosa Fort Lions’ game against M.S. Palmer High School.
The home team put the first seven on the board just before the eight minute mark in the first quarter. From there, they never looked back. At the half, they had pulled ahead 34-0. They would finish the game ahead 49-0, taking their record to 2-0 for the year.
“We played sound, mistake free football,” Head Coach Edwin Norwood said.
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