Head Coach Randy Rowe's forceful demeanor persists in every game.
Lions Roll Up 43 Points, Thump Ozen 43 - 29, BEAUMONT, October 3, 2009 - On October 2, 2009, the Livingston Lions Varsity Football Team went down to Beaumont Ozen and dominated the Ozen Panthers in a game where in the end they could've ran up the score but chose to sit on the ball to finish the game. With about 30 seconds left and the Lions less than 10 yards from another touchdown, quarterback Blake Burman took the final snap and sat on the ball to finish a game in which the Lions clearly asserted themselves as the better team against a 4 - 0 Ozen Panthers team. The Lions running game was hitting on all cylinders with the usual power of Quentin Jackson, Ki Ki Johnson and Greg Johnson. Quarterback Blake Burman continued to play fundamentally sound and guided the Lions to an easy win. But as the old saying goes, there's always room for improvement. The Lions defense had its moments but at other times looked suspect as the Ozen Panthers proved over and over again that they could pass effectively against the Lions secondary. Overall it was a solid performance by the Livingston Lions. Head Coach Randy Rowe consistently puts a quality varsity football team on the field week after week. The team works as a cohesive unit and always leaves everything on the field. Clint Davis' Lions Report Coming.
Ryan "The Train" McClain was a menacing presence to the Panther offense for much of the night.
Quarterback meets quarterback: Lion Quarterback Blake Burman is also an imposing linebacker.
Running Back Quentin Jackson bulldozes through heavy traffic for a Lion touchdown.
Greg Johnson ran roughshod on the Panther defense.
Ki Ki Johnson had a career night demonstrating why he's a featured back in the Lions powerful running game.
Quarterback Blake Burman barks out commands as he leads his team downfield.
Quentin Jackson looks to block as Ki Ki Johnson follows.
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