Kerman hopes to make it a homecoming to remember
Kerman has a championship run going on.
The Lions momentum has not stopped since their win against Madera South over one month ago. They have outscored their opponents 227-71. And to add on to their resumé in their 64-3 win against Dos Palos, proving that their running game is one of the best in the valley.
Sean Chambers, Colton Smith, Christopher Acosta, and Isaac Valez in total combined for 556 rushing yards and 7 touchdowns. Now the Lions hope to keep this ball rolling with a win on Homecoming night. However, the task won’t be easy.
They have to face their rivals and now division three foes in the Chowchilla Tribe. Last time the Lions played Chowchilla at home, the once known Redskins ruined their homecoming, dominating the Lions lead by a young Sean Chambers.
However, a lot has changed since then. The Lions are now more physical, Chambers has improved as a quarterback, and the team is now playing for more than themselves, playing by the mantra, “G4T,” in honor of their past coach Anthony Taylor.
Will the Lions prevail Friday against the Tribe? Only time will tell.