Lions keep even, but fall to Heights

Lions keep even, but fall to Heights

By Kathi Bliss and Rob Ortiz



Continuing to develop a commanding presence while struggling with self-inflicted wounds, the Lions came up short in a well-matched standoff with their rival Alamo Heights Mules on Friday night.

The first quarter was a battle of defensive wills. Electing to receive, the Mules made a long, slow drive into Lion territory, but their chance was thwarted when Brandon Finger picked off an interception at the Lions’ 20-yard line.

The Lions pushed back, but were set sideways by a series of procedural penalties, and eventually forced to punt.

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