Football Freezes At Final Game

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Football Freezes At Final Game

Madison Ray, Sophie Herran, Noelle Franz, and other cold students fight the freezing temperature.

Madison Ray, Sophie Herran, Noelle Franz, and other cold students fight the freezing temperature.

Jillian Sanders

Madison Ray, Sophie Herran, Noelle Franz, and other cold students fight the freezing temperature.

Jillian Sanders

Jillian Sanders

Madison Ray, Sophie Herran, Noelle Franz, and other cold students fight the freezing temperature.

Jillian Sanders, Staff Reporter/ Print Editor

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For the second year in a row, the Leopard football was eliminated from the playoffs in the second round.  Friday it was a 64-13 loss to the Ennis Lions. First-string quarterback Bowman Sells returned to throw in the final game of his sophomore year. A wintry mist shrouded Lumpkin Stadium, and temperatures reached below 34 degrees; preventing both the Majestics and the band from performing, eventually leading the band to leave at the start of half time to protect its instruments. Despite the winter conditions, Leopard fans stuck it out and continued to cheer while huddled in blankets with hot chocolate in their hands.

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