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CENTRAL — The Daniel Lions returned to Singleton Field on Friday night fresh off a bye week and looking to put an end to a four-game skid in their region opener against Wren, but a number of costly penalties and turnovers stalled the Lions’ effort in a 35-14 loss.
The adage says defense wins championships, but so do transcendent quarterbacks, and some combination of those two elements has been a pretty consistent formula for college football’s title-winning teams for about a decade.
PENDLETON — To open region play Friday night, little went right for the West-Oak High School football team when it traveled to Cunningham Stadium to face Pendleton.
CENTRAL — The Daniel Lions took advantage of their bye week last week and stayed focused on getting better ahead of region play.
CENTRAL — In a non-regional contest featuring two Pickens County foes, the Daniel Lions improved to 6-5-1 with a four-set victory over the Easley Green Wave. A tale of two games, the Lions coasted in the first two sets, taking advantage of a slew of unforced errors committed by the Green Wave, before having to battle to earn the victory in the second half of the match.