Lions: Fans needed for Ripley game
Rosa’s Fort 26-20 defeat of Lafayette will be remembered for years to come not only for its moments of exceptional football, but as the first time the Lions have come out the victors in the longstanding series.
The win boosts Rosa Fort’s record to 6 and 1 for the year and 2 and 0 in district play.
The Lions hope to continue their solid season with a win over Ripley on Friday in Tunica. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m., and Head Coach Edwin Norwood said the team needs to see the stands packed with fans.
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